Hendren/Spring Lane Public Meeting: February 20, 2014

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This presentation provides an update to a previous meeting regarding potential solutions to relieve neighborhood flooding and sanitary sewer issues in an area of Philadelphia that is served by a private sewer. This was delivered in a face to face meeting with residents in the vicinity of Spring Lane and Hendren Street on February 20th, 2014, at the Andorra Library.

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Hendren/Spring Lane Public Meeting: February 20, 2014

  1. 1. HENDREN STREET AND SPRING LANE FLOOD RELIEF PROJECT – 2/20/2014 Public Meeting – Andora Library Philadelphia Water Department
  2. 2. Public Meeting Outcome – 11/12/13  Summary and Recap of December Meeting Residents confirmed that flooding and failed septic systems are problematic Residents provided samples
  3. 3. Flood Samples: Hendren Street Colonial Swale
  4. 4. Flood Samples: Hendren Street Residual Evidence of Flooding
  5. 5. Flood Samples: Hendren Street Residual Evidence of Flooding
  6. 6. Flood Samples: Spring Lane   Video captured Labor Day Weekend 2013 Rainfall September 2, 2013 (per Weather Underground website - http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp)  1.28 inches fell between at 11:30 AM and 1:45 PM  Peak Rainfall Intensity 1.3”/hour around 12:45 PM
  7. 7. Flood Samples: Spring Lane
  8. 8. Public Meeting Outcome – 11/12/13  Conclusion Flooding and Failing Septic Systems call for implementation of a Stormwater-Sanitary Separate System
  9. 9. Concept for Stormwater-Sanitary Separate System
  10. 10. Concept for Stormwater-Sanitary Separate System    PWD installation of Separate Stormwater and Sanitary Sewer mains laid in a common trench Homeowner connection to the System via laterals between the mains in the street and their house Other features of the Concept  Existing Inlet improvements  Roadside Swale  Strategic Located Curbs  Walking Path
  11. 11. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  12. 12. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  13. 13. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  14. 14. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  15. 15. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  16. 16. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  17. 17. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  18. 18. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  19. 19. Sample Section 1: West end of Hendren Street
  20. 20. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  21. 21. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  22. 22. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  23. 23. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  24. 24. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  25. 25. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  26. 26. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  27. 27. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  28. 28. Sample Section 2: Hendren Street at Colonial Swale
  29. 29. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  30. 30. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  31. 31. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  32. 32. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  33. 33. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  34. 34. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  35. 35. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  36. 36. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  37. 37. Sample Section 3: East End of Hendren Street
  38. 38. Other Runoff Contribution to East End of Hendren Street
  39. 39. Runoff Interception at East End of Hendren Street
  40. 40. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  41. 41. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  42. 42. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  43. 43. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  44. 44. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  45. 45. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  46. 46. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  47. 47. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  48. 48. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  49. 49. Sample Section 4: West End of Spring Lane
  50. 50. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  51. 51. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  52. 52. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  53. 53. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  54. 54. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  55. 55. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  56. 56. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  57. 57. Sample Section 5: East End of Spring Lane
  58. 58. Homeowner Responsibilities  Sanitary Sewer Lateral from House to Sewer Main
  59. 59. Homeowner Responsibilities  Stormwater Lateral from House to Sewer Main
  60. 60. Homeowner Responsibilities  No!
  61. 61. Homeowner Responsibilities  Yes!
  62. 62. Estimated Homeowner Cost  Typical Cost of Stormwater and Sanitary Laterals  Per Property Served =$15,000  Per Linear Foot = $300
  63. 63. Previous Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Proposed pump station location – Easement along Girl Scout Property Sewer Connections made at time of project completion Sewer fee charges start once property is connected to the system If presented “street design” approach is accepted, trees, fences, etc. do not need to be removed. May need to temporarily remove some fencing then put back. Spring Lane walking path – will work with Streets Dept. for best material
  64. 64. Questions?

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