Point Place Meeting 9-14-05

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Point Place Meeting 9-14-05

  1. 1. Point Place Sewer Improvements Neighborhood Advisory Committee September 14, 2005
  2. 2. Today’s Meeting • Water department – service interruption notification policy • Program construction update • Update/review Phase 2C of sewer improvement project • Gather input on: • Boring vs. Open Cut • Construction issues • Traffic issues
  3. 3. Point Place – Edgewater Pump Station
  4. 4. Point Place – Edgewater Drive
  5. 5. Point Place – Pump Station Demolition
  6. 6. Point Place – 290th Street Pump Station
  7. 7. River Road Area – River Road
  8. 8. River Road Area – River Road Park
  9. 9. Program Update • Bay View Expansion • Discussions continue with Port Authority on land for senior golf course
  10. 10. Bay View Wastewater Treatment Plant
  11. 11. Bay View Wastewater Treatment Plant
  12. 12. Bay View Wastewater Treatment Plant
  13. 13. Bay View Wastewater Treatment Plant
  14. 14. Phase 2C – Schedule • Bids are in: • Gleason Construction is apparent low bidder • $2.14 million for boring • $1.9 million for open trench • Construction Begins – November 2005 • Street Restoration – Spring 2006
  15. 15. Phase 2C – Overview • 24-inch gravity relief sewer from 135th north on Edgewater to 149th • Bid two ways • Open trench • Boring
  16. 16. Boring or Open Trench • Difficult, disruptive project either way • Detour still needed under either option
  17. 17. Boring - Pros & Cons • Boring Pros • Requires several large pits but no long trenches • Less truck traffic hauling dirt in and out • Boring Cons • More expensive • Only areas disturbed will be re-paved – not the whole street
  18. 18. Options - Pros & Cons • Open Trench Pros • Less Expensive • Open Trench Cons • Difficult, messy
  19. 19. Boring vs. Open Trench • Discussion
  20. 20. Detour Option #1 – One-Way Bypass • Northbound traffic routed on three-phase detour • Southbound traffic routed on Edgewater – one lane maintained • Flaggers needed on some sections • No on-street parking on detour route
  21. 21. Option #1 – One-Way Bypass • Phase 1 • 136th east to Lakeside northeast to 317th north to 141st west • 138th bypass - 136th east to 313th north to 138th west • Phase 2 • One-lane maintained with flaggers between 141st and 145th • Phase 3 • 145th east to 321st north to 146th east to 324th north to 149th west to Edgewater south
  22. 22. Detour Route
  23. 23. Option #2 – One Lane With Flaggers • No detour • Like last phase of Edgewater work • One lane maintained around construction with flaggers
  24. 24. Recommendations • City recommends one-way bypass detour • Approved by TARTA and Fire Department • Bus route re-confirmed with Tarta after last meeting – tested and approved.
  25. 25. Access for Safety Services • Police and Fire will have direct communication with construction crews
  26. 26. Public Notification/ Communications • Meetings with businesses and Police/Fire • Point Shoreland Journal – advertising with map showing construction schedule and detours • Run 2 times before start of construction • Signage placed on Edgewater warning of coming detours (2 weeks prior)
  27. 27. Public Notification/ Communications • Notification of residents • Point Place by mail • Literature drop in Lost Peninsula • Other recommendations from Committee • Another public meeting prior to start of construction
  28. 28. Next Meeting • Date

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