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Lake hiawatha wading pool presentation 6 02-10

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This is by Park Board staff not me. Discussion at: http://e-democracy.org/se

This is by Park Board staff not me. Discussion at: http://e-democracy.org/se

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  • 1. Minneapolis Lake Hiawatha
  • 2. Minneapolis Lake Hiawatha
  • 3. Proposed Layout
  • 4. Proposed Layout
    • Code Considerations:
      • Zero-depth / beach entry – ADA (MN 1101)
      • Maximum 2 ft. depth (MN 4717.0250, Subp.12 & 4717.1850, Subp. 2A)
      • Abigail Taylor Act – main drains
      • Virginia Graeme Baker Act (federal) – main drains
  • 5. Proposed Cross-Section
  • 6. Pool Skimming Gutter System
  • 7. Pool Features Code Considerations: MN Rules part 4717.2350, Subp. 12. “ Fountains or similar features…must be located in areas of two feet or less of water depth. They must be designed to preclude climbing.”
  • 8. Pool Features Ground Geysers
  • 9. Pool Features Blue Heron Spray
  • 10. Pool Features Cattail Spray
  • 11. Site Features Fencing Code Considerations: MN Rules part 4717.1550, Subp. 4. “ Fencing for a wading pool enclosure must be at least…48 inches high for new installations.” MN Rules part 4717.1550, Subp. 5. “ New chain link fencing must not exceed 1-1/2 inch mesh for fencing less than eight feet high.”
  • 12. Site Features Fencing – metal tubing
  • 13. Site Features Benches
  • 14. Site Features Shade Structures
  • 15.
    • Public Meetings: May
    • Design: June – July
    • Bid Phase: 30 days: July – Aug.
    • Construction Start: late Aug. – Sept.
    • Open: Summer 2011
    Project Schedule

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