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Funding Green $Treet$ _Tennessee Municipal League_ Jun09

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Excellent visuals of water quality improvements incorporated into paving projects, most noting NON-GENERAL FUND funding source. Contact Evan Pratt at evan.pratt@tds.net for more details on funding.

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Funding Green $Treet$ _Tennessee Municipal League_ Jun09

  1. 1. Evan N. Pratt, PE Principal Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc.ohm-advisors.com
  2. 2. FUNDING GREEN$TREET$Early Planning ProcessInclude: Funding, Streets, Stormwater
  3. 3. Positioning Action Funding Tips
  4. 4. Planning Process:Positioning First, seek to understand What are your assets worth? What are your needs?
  5. 5. Planning Process:Positioning CIP for Roads and Stormwater What funding sources will work? Are you at the MPO table?
  6. 6. PrefabInfiltrationCB SystemDDA? SRF?
  7. 7. Planning Process: Positioning Stormwater and Roads interdepartmental communication Manage asset life-cycle costs Spend maintenance money first
  8. 8. Planning Process: Action Priority list of roads and municipal facilities, 2-5 years Determine best outcome for each street or capital project
  9. 9. Planning Process: Action Funding the stormwater system Funding the road What will score well? Is a funding expert helping to plan? Cost comparison
  10. 10. Funding Tip Include stormwater quality features in estimate May be 5 years in advance of construction for Federal Aid QuickTime™ and a Photo - JPEG decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  11. 11. I-75 Federal Aid + state match. Earmark
  12. 12. Funding Tips: For EDA or other grant-funded roads Scoring-are there TMDLs or other regulatory requirements? QuickTime™ and a Photo - JPEG decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  13. 13. Economic Development Assistance:Squirrel Road wetland crossing
  14. 14. Galloway Creek wetland and wetprairie. Mitigated from Squirrel Roadcrossing.
  15. 15. Clinton River
  16. 16. Fire St No. 1: u/g detention, vortechnics
  17. 17. Fire department capital fund
  18. 18. Public/private partnership:step pool + bioswale detention
  19. 19. Maplehurst Streets $3.5 M assessment + general fund Direct discharge to Clinton River 7 residential streets improved
  20. 20. Maplehurst Streets 189 acres, 27% impervious, peak 86 CFS 3.5 acre treatment wetland 700 feet of armored open channel
  21. 21. Maplehurst Drain wetland mitigation
  22. 22. Maplehurst Drain, open channel
  23. 23. Harmony Streets$6M special assessment + generalfund 20+ basins 291 acres, nine residential streets
  24. 24. Harmony Streets 30% impervious, peak 140 CFSFive acre wet pond, withpretreatment
  25. 25. Harmony Drain inlet & shoreline restoration
  26. 26. Vinewood Streets$4.5M special assessment + generalfund Ten residential, two industrial streets 430+ Acres, 25% impervious
  27. 27. Vinewood Streets Eight acre mitigated wetland basin Reclaimed residential property
  28. 28. Vinewood Drain mitigated wetland
  29. 29. SRF application: Civic Centerretrofits
  30. 30. Gravel infiltration system
  31. 31. Opportunity: police capital fund
  32. 32. Retrofit green roof: SRF
  33. 33. Demonstration grant: raingarden #13.6 acres impervious before/after
  34. 34. SRF: City parking lot w/bioswaleDDA, Authority, storm utility, etc.
  35. 35. Fire St #3: Fire capital fund
  36. 36. Library fund
  37. 37. Evan N. Pratt, PE Principal Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc.ohm-advisors.com

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