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1 Capacity Purchase Rates For UTLTY OWNED REGONAL DETENTON POND FACLTES Prepared For The GARNERS CREE STORM WATER UTLTY CALUMET & OUTAGAME COUNTES, WSCONSN November 14, 2014 PT 1445 MCMAHON DRVE P.O. BOX NEENAH, W PH FX

2 Capacity Purchase Rates For UTLTY OWNED REGONAL DETENTON POND FACLTES Prepared For The GARNERS CREE STORM WATER UTLTY CALUMET & OUTAGAME COUNTES, WSCONSN Prepared By McMAHON NEENAH, WSCONSN November 14, 2014 McM. No. G TABLE OF CONTENTS A. POND CAPACTY PURCHASE POLCY B. TOTAL PROJECT COSTS C. POND WATERSHED AREA MAP C. POND CAPACTY PURCHASE RATES

3 POND CAPACTY PURCHASE POLCY

4 Garners Creek Storm Water Utility Capacity Purchase Policy Background The Garners Creek Storm Water Utility was created to provide a physical system of drainage that protects the landowners by the efficient and effective transportation of water in accordance with and in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. n order to achieve this goal, the Utility constructs regional detention ponds to control the peak flows allowed through the Garners Creek watershed. These ponds also improve water quality along Garners Creek by reducing total suspended solids (TSS) and total phosphorus (TP) pollutants. Since larger, regional detention ponds are generally more costeffective than smaller, site specific ponds, the Utility has decided to offer properties that develop or redevelop the opportunity to purchase capacity from Utility owned and operated regional ponds. Future development or re-development sites within a Utility owned regional pond watershed would have the opportunity to purchase capacity from the Utility, rather than construct and maintain their own facility. Determination of Watershed Area Each regional detention pond receives runoff from a defined watershed area. The watershed area is determined by reviewing USGS or County topographic maps, storm sewer maps, construction plans of individual subdivisions or developments and other available drainage maps. This information is combined and analyzed to determine the watershed area contributing runoff to the detention pond. The watershed area will be shown on a map on file in the Utility office and website. Determination of Project Cost Each detention pond constructed by the Utility is advertised for public bidding in accordance with State of Wisconsin municipal bidding procedures. The total project cost includes, but is not limited to, property or easement acquisition costs, engineering fees, construction cost, permit fees, legal fees, posting and publication expenses, and administrative charges. Any state or federal grant funding received by the Utility is considered and accounted for when determining the total project cost. Determination of Capacity Purchase Rate The detention pond capacity purchase rate will be determined individually for each facility. The rate will be established by dividing the total project cost by the watershed area on an acreage basis. The watershed area will include any existing or future public roadways within the area. At the completion of each regional detention pond project, a capacity purchase rate will be determined and submitted to the Commission for review and approval. Purchase of Regional Retention Capacity Any property owner wishing to purchase capacity in a regional detention pond will make written request to the Commission. The Commission will review the request to determine if capacity is available for purchase and the corresponding fee for the capacity purchase. The Commission will notify the applicant of its decision. The capacity purchase will be considered executed upon the Utility receiving the appropriate fee from the applicant.

5 TOTAL PROJECT COSTS

6 UNPS&SW Planning Grant (USP-LF ) Dedicated Revenue Sources McM No. G November, 2014 TOTAL PROJECT COSTS Vans Road Heartland Land Acquisition $318, Land Acquisition $547, Engineering $82, Engineering n Land Acq. Cost* Construction $634, Construction $457, Total $1,034, Total $1,005, *Design/Build with developer State Park Court Main Street Land Acquisition $533, Appraisal/Land Acquisition $282, Engineering $89, Engineering $88, Construction $757, Construction $498, Subtotal $1,381, *Other Misc $5, Excess Property Sale -$335, Subtotal $874, Total $1,045, WDNR Construction Grant -$150, ARRA Grant -$241, Total $482, *Soil borings, utility relocates, legal, etc Springfield Regal Appraisal/Land Acquisition $472, Easement Acquisition $2, Engineering $153, Engineering $22, Construction $715, Construction $74, *Other Misc $25, *Other Misc $5, Wetland Mitigation $26, Subtotal $104, Subtotal $1,392, WDNR Construction Grant -$29, ARRA Grant -$457, ARRA Grant -$40, Total $935, Total $34, *Soil borings, utility relocates, legal, etc *Soil borings, utility relocates, legal, etc Emerald Noe Road Appraisal/Land Acquisition $169, Appraisal/Land Acquisition $267, Easement Acquisition $4, Soil Borings $2, Soil Borings $1, Ag Rental $15, Ag Rental $5, Ag Rental $3, Engineering $77, Engineering $168, Construction $678, Construction $1,507, Subtotal $935, Wetland Mitigation $10, WDNR Construction Grant -$150, Subtotal $1,975, Total $785, V. Harrison Reimbursement* -$223, Total $1,751, *For Midway Road storm sewer interceptor W:\PROJECTS\G0035\930426\06-Dedicated Revenue\ Capacity Purchase Rates Page 1

7 POND WATERSHED AREA MAP

8 Ù A City of Appleton Jo h n St re e t  Outagamie County Heartland (84 Acre Regal (19 Acre m an Pl City of aukauna Location Other Mapped Features Study Area Boundary Municipal Boundary Block Road Emerald (83 Acre Right-of-Way Line Town of Buchanan Calumet Street Railroad Centerline Rivers and Streams  Vans Road (437 Acre ad Ì? Noe East (28 Acre Surface Water Source: Calumet County, 2013; Outagamie County, State Park Court (1,031 Acre Ù A Structural BMPs Existing Utility Owned Regional Watershed Existing Utility Owned Regional Watershed (No Capacity Purchase Rate) Garners Creek Watershed Boundary Noe West (25 Acre o kr j Main Street (121 Acre Buchanan Cottages (13 Acre Disclaimer: The property lines, right-of-way lines, and other property information on this drawing were developed or obtained as part of the County Geographic nformation System or through the County property tax mapping function. McMAHON does not guarantee this information to be correct, current, or complete. The property and right-of-way information are only intended for use as a general reference and are not intended or suitable for site-specific uses. Any use to the contrary of the above stated uses is the responsibility of the user and such use is at the user s own risk. L AP L LP Town of Harrison City of Menasha c A Noe Road (342 Acre m Manitowoc Road State Park Road Midway Road Lake Park Road kpk Wallace Street CE Calumet County w:\projects\g0035\930426\06-dedicated Revenue\GS\Figure1_B.mxd January 29, 2015 Ì? L Springfield (682 Acre City of Appleton y Village of Combined Locks Village of imberly ankapot Creek Fox River Ga r Cr ners ee k ñ? Village of Little Chute Town of Grand Chute 0 Village of Harrison i 2,500 5,000 Feet FGURE 1 POND WATERSHEDS POND CAPACTY PURCHASE RATES GARNERS CREE STORM WATER UTLTY OUTAGAME AND CALUMET COUNTES, WSCONSN

9 POND CAPACTY PURCHASE RATES

10 UNPS&SW Planning Grant (USP-LF ) Dedicated Revenue Sources McM No. G November, 2014 GARNERS CREE STORM WATER UTLTY POND CAPCTY PURCHASE RATES 2 Watershed 1 Total Project Area Purchase Rate Regional Cost ($) (Acres) (Per Acre) Van's Road $1,034, $2, State Park Court $1,045,717 1,031 $1, Heartland $1,005, $11, Springfield $935, $1, Main Street $482, $3, Regal $34, $1, Emerald $785, $9, Noe Road 3 $1,751, $5, Based on land acquisition, engineering, construction & other project related costs. ncludes any grant funding, if received. 2 Based on 2014 drainage areas and watershed delineations 3 Preliminary total project cost. Construction & Engineering to be finalized in W:\PROJECTS\G0035\930426\06-Dedicated Revenue\ Capacity Purchase Rates Page 1