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Regular Meeting of the Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) Board of Managers, for Wednesday, August 15, 2018 6:00 p.m. at the office of the CRWD, 1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4, St. Paul, Minnesota. REGULAR MEETING AGENDA I.

Call to Order of Regular Meeting (President Joe Collins) A) Attendance B) Review, Amendments, and Approval of the Agenda

6:00

Materials Enclosed

PUBLIC HEARING – WATERSHED DISTRICT 2019 Budget and Levy At this date and time, the Board of Managers will hear and accept public comments regarding the proposed 2019 Budget and Levy of the Capitol Region Watershed District.

II.

Public Comment – For Items not on the Agenda (Please observe a limit of three minutes per person.)

III.

Permit Applications and Program Updates (Permit Process: 1) Staff Review/Recommendation, 2) Applicant Response, 3) Public Comment, and 4) Board Discussion and Action.)

A) B) C) IV.

Permit 18-016 O’Gara’s Mixed Use (Hosch) Permit 18-017 Cathedral Hill (Dahle) Permit 18-018 Payne Building Development (Dahle)

Special Reports – A) Snelling Midway Rainwater Art, Aaron Dysart, Saint Paul Artist in residence B) Targeted Watershed Program (Zwonitzer)

V.

Action Items A) AR: Approve Minutes of the August 1, 2018 Board Workshop (Sylvander) B) AR: Approve Minutes of the August 1, 2018 Regular Meeting (Sylvander) C) AR: Approve Accounts Payable/Receivables for July (Sylvander) D) AR: Approve Special Grant Award Amendment for Wilder Square Cooperative Stormwater Management (Zwonitzer) E) AR: Approve Request for Qualifications for 2020 Watershed Management Plan (Eleria) F) AR: Adopt Diversity Strategic Plan (Doneux) G) AR: Approve 2019 Request for Proposals for Partner Grants (Schwantes) H) AR: Approve Contractor for Lake McCarrons Raingarden Project (Novak)

VI.

Unfinished Business A) Building Update (Doneux)

VII.

General Information A) Board of Manager’s Updates

VIII. Next Meetings Our mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District


A) B) IX.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 Regular Board Meeting Wednesday, September 12, 2018 CAC Meeting

Adjournment

Our mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District


August 15, 2018 PUBLIC HEARING WATERSHED DISTRICT 2018 Budget and Levy (Doneux)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 9, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Mark Doneux, Administrator Public Hearing for Proposed 2019 Budget & Levy

Background Each year the Board of Managers must establish a plan of work for the upcoming year, establish a budget based upon the work plan, and establish a levy for the budget. The preliminary 2019 Work Plan, Budget and Levy was developed from meetings and input by the Board of Managers on July 11th, 17th, and August 1st. Issues The required public hearing notice was published twice in the Saint Paul Pioneer Press, sent out to Ramsey County, the cities within our watershed, all of the interested parties and posted at our office and on our web site. The Work Plan, Budget and Levy were reviewed with the Citizen’s Advisory Committee at the August 8th meeting. The CAC supported the budget and levy as presented. Requested Action No Action Requested. Hold Public Hearing and receive Public Comment on Proposed 2019 Work Plan, Budget and Levy. Next Steps 1) 2) 3) 4) enc:

Provide comments and recommended changes to proposed Work Plan, Budget and Levy for the September 5th Regular meeting. Adopt and certify the 2019 preliminary budget and levy at the September 5th regular meeting. November - Review 2019 budget to better reflect actual 2018 expenditures. December – Adopt Final 2019 Work Plan, Budget and Levy. Project List (also referred to as budget or work plan) Revenue and Levy Summary Property Tax Impacts table and pie chart

W:\02 Budget and Finance\Budget - 2018\Board Memo - Public Hearing for 2019 Budget and Levy 8-9-18.docx

Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


2019 Capitol Region Watershed Budget

First Draft 2019 Budget August 2, 2018

Fund # Fund Name

Project #

Project Name

101-19790 101-19976

General Administration 1736 Thomas Operations Administrative Allocation

Priority / Comment

Date Printed

2019 Project Budget

Project Description

2019 Fund Total

ADMINISTRATION 101

Administration

Critical Critical Ongoing

General Admin. of Operations for CRWD General Operations for 1736 Thomas Annual Cost Allocation to Project and Programs

$

660,840 61,200 (284,700) $

437,340

$

6,480

$

22,300

$

383,590

$

727,840

$

637,770

PROGRAMS 201

Groundwater

207

Rulemaking/Rule Revisions

208

210

211

Permitting

Stewardship Grants

Monitoring and Data Collection

Provide grant reimbursements for well sealing

$

6,480

Conduct TAC process to update Rules

$

22,300

Continue Implementing District Permit Program Track and Manage Database for Permit Program Inspect active permits sites for compliance Inspect completed permit projects for compliance and maintenance

$

187,640 14,150 147,250 34,550

Important Important Important Important Critical Important

Administer, promote, and outreach on Stewardship Grants Provide Grants to Partners for Ed/Outreach Programming Provide design & projects funds for City ICP Program Assist Blvd raingardens as part of City's Street Reconstruction Program Assist with Boulevard Rain Gardens in Como and McCarron's Subw. Support MN Greencorps member

$

412,650 124,300 20,490 24,090 138,310 8,000

Critical Critical Critical Important Critical Important Important Beneficial Important

Monitoring of stormwater baseline, water level and rain gauge sites Monitor 5 lakes for chemical, biological and qualitative parameters 2 FWQ sites in Villa Park, 2 level loggers, Lake McCarrons flow only Monitor wetlands, IBI assessments, wq & data analysis Long term monitoring database for effective data management Implement Remote Data Access Program Monitor BMP sites-Como 7, CCLRT, Upper Villa Exfiltration Monitoring of an Underground Infiltration BMP Monitoring at Midway Office Warehouse

$

331,880 102,610 28,470 17,670 46,720 12,510 49,540 18,560 29,810

201-19130

Groundwater Protection - Well Sealing

Beneficial

207-19120

Evaluate Rules Hold TAC Meetings

Critical

208-19000 208-19101 208-19102 208-19103

District Permit Program Permit Tracking and Database Management Construction Inspection Closure & Post Construction Inspection

Critical Critical Critical Critical

210-19143 210-19144 210-18145 210-18146 210-16147 210-19148

Stewardship Grants Partner Grants Inspiring Communities Program SPS Rain Garden Projects TWP - Blvd Rain Gardens MN Greencorps Member

211-19200 211-19205 211-19210 211-19215 211-19220 211-19225 211-19230 211-15231 211-16232

Baseline Monitoring & Data Collection Lake Monitoring & Data Collection Villa Park Monitoring & Data Collection Wetland Bio-Monitoring WISKI Database & Website Remote Data Access & Set Up BMP Monitoring Upper Villa Exfiltration Monitoring Midway Office Warehouse Monitorng

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2019 Capitol Region Watershed Budget

First Draft 2019 Budget August 2, 2018

Fund # Fund Name

220

Education and Outreach

225

Technical Resources and Information Sharing

228

Future Trends: Research and Positioning

230

Geographic Information Systems

240

Safety Program

Project #

Project Name

220-19250 220-19255 220-19260 220-19270 220-19271 220-19265 220-19275 220-19285 220-19262 220-19263 220-19268 220-17274 220-16277 220-16278 220-19279 220-19280

General Outreach and Communication Leaf & Litter Clean Ups Municipal Training Website Master Water Stewards Sponsorships and Partnerships Events Awards Program Youth Outreach Communication Training Adopt a Drain TWP Communiations TWP - Adopt a Drain TWP - Leaf & Litter Clean Ups Social Media 595 Aldine Education and Outreach

225-19300 225-18303

Plan Review & Tech Committee BMP Database

228-19330 228-19333 228-18334 228-18335 228-19336

District Research Program Public Art Program 595 Aldine Art Diversity & Inclusion Climate Change Impacts-Research and Action

230-19370

GIS Program Development

240-19390 240-19395 240-19396

Safety Training Safety Program Updates Safety Equipment

Priority / Comment

Date Printed

2019 Project Budget

Project Description $ Provide general Outreach and Communication for the District Implement a Leaf and Litter Clean Up Program Provide training for municipal staff Maintain and provide content for CRWD website Implement Master Water Stewards Program Sponsor and support partner organizations Community and CRWD-sponsored events and activities Support CRWD Recognition Program Develop and Implement Outreach Prgramming to District Youth Provide communication, diversity and media training for staff, board and partne Promote and implement Adopt A Drain Program Implement communications to support TWP Promote and implement Adopt a Drain in Como and McCarrons subwatersheds Leaf and Litter Clean Ups in Como & McCarrons Subw for TWP Maintain and update District Social Media accounts Provide for Education and Outreach at 595 Aldine

270,690 10,370 14,740 37,730 30,410 28,040 35,720 14,950 10,640 10,990 21,360 6,980 5,370 6,370 7,260 100,000

Review plans and serve on committees as appropriate Update and maintain BMP Database

$

17,000 15,680

Important Important Beneficial Important Important

Develop and Implement Comprehensive Research Program Work with watershed artist on District public art projects Create and install art in CRWD's new office Implement CRWD Diversity & Inclusion Plan Research Climate Change impacts on design Standards (Atlas--14)

$

50,200 29,120 25,960 20,000 19,800

Important

Manage GIS needs for CRWD

$

50,390

Provide Safety training for staff Update safety program, protocols, procedures, and equipment Purchase, maintain and repair Safety Equipment

$

13,540 12,400 12,520

Administrative Allocation

$

-

Critical Critical Important Important Important Beneficial Beneficial Important Important Important Beneficial Important Critical Critical Important Important Critical Critical

Critical Critical Critical

PROGRAMS TOTAL

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2019 Fund Total

$

611,620

$

32,680

$

145,080

$

50,390

$ $

38,460 187,902

$

2,844,112


2019 Capitol Region Watershed Budget

First Draft 2019 Budget August 2, 2018

Fund # Fund Name

Priority / Comment

Date Printed

2019 Project Budget

Project #

Project Name

Project Description

301-19405

St. Paul Natural Resources Intern Program

Important

Sponser intern with St. Paul for BMP maintenance or other activities

8,000

305-19421 305-19425 305-16430 305-18427

Como BMP Maintenance Curtiss Pond Opti RTC O&M TWP - Como Lake Project Development Como Lake Management Plan

Critical Important Critical Important

Conduct inspection and maintenance of Como subwatershed BMPs Operate, Maintain and Inspect Opti RTC System Develop Projects for the Como Lake TWP Develop Como Lake Management Plan

26,070 9,500 23,920 42,920

310-19470 310-19477 310-18476

AIS Mgt Lake McCarrons Management Plan Upper Villa Maintenance

Beneficial Important Critical

Manage Aquatic Invasive Plants Develop a Lake McCarrons Mgt Plan Upper Villa Maintenance

2019 Fund Total

PROJECTS 301

305

310

313

315

317 325

Shoreline & Streambank Maintenance Como Lake Subwatershed

Lake McCarron's Subwatershed

Trout Brook Subwatershed Crosby Lake Subwatershed Wetland, Stream, and Ecosystem

330

370

Watershed Management Special Projects and Grants

8,000

$

102,410

$

201,700

39,300 132,400 30,000

Loeb Lake Subwatershed

Mississippi River Subwatershed

390

$

$

$ 315-19550 315-14552 315-19570 315-18575

TBI Inspection and Maintenance TBI Easement Verification & Documentation NPDES MS4 Stormwater Program Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination

317-19631

Highland Ravine BMP Maintenance

330-19620 330-19621 330-18622 330-19624

Green Infrastructure for Innovation Districts Snelling Midway Redevelopment Ford Site Planning Green Line BMP Maintenance

370-18650

2020 Watershed Management Plan

390-19660

Special Grants - Project Development

Critical Critical Critical Important Critical

Critical Critical Important Critical Critical Important

Manage, operate, inspect, maintain, and repair TBI Conduct TBI easement verification, acquisition and documentation work Implement MS4 SWPP Implement IDDE program

$

-

100,500 216,000 7,910 20,000 $

344,410

$ $

28,710 -

$

246,120

$

242,180

Administrative Allocation

$ $

87,320 96,798

PROJECTS TOTAL

$

1,357,648

28,710

Maintain Gully Stabilization BMPs

60,800 29,750 119,200 36,370

Planning for green infrastructure in innovation districts Develop maintenance agreement and conduct maintenance of BMPs Provide Design and Planning Assistance for Former Ford Site Inspect and maintain the Green Line BMPs Prepare and adopt 2020 WMP

$

242,180

Support feasibility studies by special grant partners

$

87,320

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2019 Capitol Region Watershed Budget

First Draft 2019 Budget August 2, 2018

Fund # Fund Name 401

Shoreline and Streambank Restoration

405

Como Lake BMP's

410

Lake McCarron's BMP's

413

Loeb Lake BMP's

415

Trout Brook BMP's

417

Crosby Lake BMP's

425

Wetland, Stream, and Ecosystem Restoration

430

Mississippi River Subwatersheds BMP's

440

Special Projects and Grants

450

Future Trends: Implementation

490

Debt Service

Date Printed

2019 Project Budget

Priority / Comment

Project #

Project Name

Project Description CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

405-19703 405-16705

Como Lake In-Lake Management TWP - Como BMPs

Critical Critical

Plan & Implement In-Lake Project(s) Design and construct stormwater BMPs in Como subwatershed

410-16752

TWP-McCarrons BMP - Parkview

Critical

Design of Parkview Elementary BMP

413-19790 413-16720

Loeb Lake Shoreline Restoration Willow Reserve Restoration Project

Beneficial Critical

415-19xxx

TBI Repair - Station 28+65 - 50+72

Critical

2019 Fund Total

$

Restore shoreline of Loeb Lake Conduct Restoration work at Willow Reserve

$

1,072,200

$

92,320

$

82,980

$ $

110,000 -

$

30,000

$

834,090

$

719,780

$

175,000

$

1,059,109

$

4,175,479

12,620 70,360 110,000

425-19850

Land Conservation Funding

Important

Provide resources for Land Protection Initiatives

430-16881 430-19xxx 430-16886

Snelling Midway Redevelopment Midway Peace Park Lauderdale Stormwater Improvement Project

Important Beneficial Important

Construction of Snelling Midway SSGI practices Support for Green Infrastructure at Midway Peace Park Complete design and conduct bidding for Seminary Pond improvements

440-19910 440-16912 440-19913

Special Grants TWP - Grant Administration CRWD Opportunity Fund

Critical Critical Important

Implement Special Grant Program Administer TWP Grant Program Support CRWD Watershed Management Plan projects

$

366,900 2,880 350,000

450-17950

New Office Facility

Critical

Complete buildout of 595 Aldine Office

$

175,000

490-15001

Debt & Loan Service

Critical

Annual Payments for Bonds and Loan (Debt Service)

$

1,059,109

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$ 92,320

Engineering Design for next segment of TBI Repairs

CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TOTAL

-

224,600 847,600

$

30,000

603,090 180,000 51,000


2019 Capitol Region Watershed Budget

First Draft 2019 Budget August 2, 2018

Fund # Fund Name

Project #

Project Name

Priority / Comment

Date Printed

2019 Project Budget

Project Description

2019 Fund Total

2019 Fund Total

Fund

BUDGET SUMMARY

ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS PROJECTS

$ $ $

437,340 2,844,112 1,357,648

$

4,639,100

CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

$

4,175,479

TOTAL 2019 BUDGET

$

8,814,579

OPERATIONS TOTAL

Update Notes July 11, 2018

Preliminary Budget for internal review

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2019 CRWD Expenditure, Revenue and Levy Summary 7/28/2017

OPERATIONS 2016 Actual

OPERATIONS

Revenue

Expenditures

Fund Balance

2017 Actual

2018 Estimated

2019 Proposed

Tax Levy (1) Intergovernmental (MVHC) Fees Interest Income Other Total

$ $ $ $ $ $

3,065,730 8,000 20,000 1,000 258,285 3,353,015

$ $ $ $ $ $

3,102,393 38,139 41,700 19,336 48,806 3,250,374

$ $ $ $ $ $

3,530,000 45,000 20,000 1,000 3,596,000

$

3,530,000 45,000 20,000 1,000 1,043,100 4,639,100

Administration Programs Projects Total

$

$

$

607,326 1,805,141 679,365 3,091,832

$

$

484,959 1,810,729 729,999 3,025,687

$

398,833 1,850,000 650,000 2,898,833

$ $ $ $

437,340 2,844,112 1,357,648 4,639,100

Beginning Balance

$

1,585,396

$

1,912,724

$

2,071,267

$

2,768,434

Ending Balance (2)

$

1,912,724 ok

$

2,071,266 ok

$

2,768,434 ok

$

1,725,334 ok

$

3,450,668

$

$

0.00%

50% of Budget $2,319,550 ok

CAPITAL 2016 Actual

CAPITAL

Revenue

Property Tax Levy (1) $ Intergovernmental (MVHC) Bond Proceeds (3) Villa Park Wetland Partner Funding Thomas Property Sale Deed Grant Met Council/MNDOT (TBI) MPCA Loan - Villa Park Wetland (4) McCarrons Subw - Upper Villa Grants (5) McCarrons Subw - Upper Villa Partner Fundin CWL - Highland Ravine (7) Como Subwater 7 Partner Funding (8) Clean Water Grant - East Kittsondale Met Council Stormwater Improvement Grant Clean Water Grant - Central High School (9) Other - Clean Water Grant Targeted Watershed Program Grant Stormwater Impact Fund Interest Income Fund Balance Total

1,202,041

2017 Actual $

2018 Estimated

1,378,532

$

$0

2019 Proposed

3,000,000

$3,525,479 $

525,479 17.52%

$9,941,295

$200,000 $290,000 $207,957

$100,000

$100,000

$875,000 $800,000 $139,200

$0

$0

$16,900 $

$0 2,639,198

$

2,270,432

$

13,041,295

$

$350,000 4,175,479

Expenditures Capital Improvement Program

1,757,436

4,132,370

11,000,000

4,175,479

Total

$

1,757,436

$

4,132,370

$

11,000,000

$

4,175,479

Beginning Balance

$

3,523,606

$

3,377,758

$

1,515,820

$

3,557,115

Ending Balance

$

3,377,758

$

1,515,820

$

3,557,115

$

3,207,115

Fund Balance

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Combined Operations and CIP Budget 2016 Actual 2017 Actual Revenues

Expenditures

Fund Balance

Property Tax Levy (1) $ Bond Proceeds Partner Funding Met Council Intergovernmental Fees Other Other - Clean Water G Interest Income Fund Balance Total $

4,267,771

Administration $ Programs Projects Capital Improvement Total $

484,959 1,810,729 729,999 1,757,436 4,783,123

$

Beginning Balance

$

Ending Balance (2)

$

TAX LEVY Operations Capital Improvement Total Difference from previous year % Change Historical Adopted Levy Increase Debt Levy General Levy Total Levy

$ $

8,000 20,000 139,200 1,000 258,285 4,694,256

$

4,480,925 -

2018 Estimated $

6,530,000 9,941,295

38,139 41,700

45,000 20,000

875,000 36,236 5,472,000

100,000 1,000

2019 Proposed $

7,055,479 45,000 20,000 1,000 1,393,100 8,514,579

$

16,637,295

$

$

$

398,833 1,850,000 650,000 11,000,000 13,898,833

$

$

607,326 1,805,141 679,365 4,132,370 7,224,202

$

437,340 2,844,112 1,357,648 4,175,479 8,814,579

5,109,002

$

5,290,482

$

3,587,087

$

6,325,549

4,761,850

$

3,538,280

$

6,325,549

$

4,932,449

$

2016 Actual 3,065,730 $ 1,202,041 $ $4,267,771 $863,104 29.15% 25.35%

2017 Actual 2018 Estimated 2019 Proposed 3,102,393 $ 3,530,000 $ 3,530,000 1,378,532 $ 3,000,000 3,525,479 $4,480,925 $6,530,000 $ 7,055,479 $213,154 $2,262,229 $ 525,479 4.99% 53.01% 8.05% 15.18% 15.18% 8.05% $ $ $

1,059,109 5,996,370 7,055,479

Note (1) The Property Tax Levy is based on actual or projected property tax collections. The Tax Levy section refers to what was Note (2) Not Used Note (3) Partner Funding - Villa Park Wetland from Projects Partners, $321,364 (2014) Note (4) MPCA Loan for Villa Park Project Note (5) McCarron's Subw - Upper Villa -CWP -MPCA-total grant $275,000. $110,000 received in 2012. Note (5) McCarron's Subw - Upper Villa -Clean Water Legacy Grant from BWSR-total grant $360,000. $180,000 received in 2014, Note (7) Clean Water Legacy - BWSR, total grant $150,000, $75,000 received in 2012, $60,000 when substantially complete in Note (8) Partner Funding for Curtis Field (Pond) Improvements, estimated to be $200,000 in 2014. Note (9) Final Payment of Clean Water Legacy Grant from BWSR for Central Corridor BMPs to be received in 2013 Note (10) Fund Transfer of BWSR CCLRT Grant of $598,500 from Operations to Capitol The CIP Fund Balance includes the Boulevard Restoration Fund with a $10,000 balance. Current year Fund Balance based on mid year revenue and expenditure estimates

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2019 Capitol Region Watershed District Budget Property Tax Impacts Estimated Property Tax Impacts - Levy Increase Capitol Region Watershed District Actual Pay 2018 Certified Levy

$

Taxable Market Value *

6,530,480 20,305,213,400

Net Tax Capacity *

205,288,509

Tax Capacity Rate

2.663%

Estimated Pay 2019 $

7,055,479

INC/ (DECREASE)

PERCENT INC/(DEC)

$524,999

8.0%

20,305,213,400

0

0.0%

205,288,509

0

0.0%

2.778%

0.116%

4.3%

$150,000 $39.94 $41.68 $1.74 4.4%

$175,000 $46.60 $48.62 $2.02 4.3%

$200,000 $300,000 $53.26 $79.88 $55.57 $83.35 $2.31 $3.47 4.3% 4.3%

$169,750 $46.60 $47.18 $0.58 1.2%

$194,000 $291,000 $53.26 $79.88 $53.90 $80.85 $0.64 $0.97 1.2% 1.2%

(A) Constant Market Value Home with an Taxable Market Value of: $100,000 2018 Gross Capitol Region Only Tax (Actual) $26.63 2019 Gross Capitol Region Only Tax (Estimated) $27.78 Net Increase/(Decrease) $1.15 Percent Change 4.3%

(B) Market Value increase/(decrease) of -3.0% Home with a 2019 Taxable Market Value of: 2018 Gross Capitol Region Only Tax (Actual) 2019 Gross Capitol Region Only Tax (Estimated) Net Increase/(Decrease) Percent Change

$97,000 $26.63 $26.95 $0.32 1.2%

$145,500 $39.94 $40.43 $0.49 1.2%

Taxable Market Values are net of homestead market value exclusion * Estimated Pay 2019 based on 2018 Values, 2019 estimates to be available August 15th

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Property Tax Breakdown for residential property within St. Paul, ISD 625, and CRWD ($175,000 Taxable Market Value) Forecasted 2019 CRWD Tax 2018 Non-CRWD Property Taxes Total Property Taxes

$ 48.62 $ 2,811.02 $ 2,859.64

1.70%

Forecasted 2019  CRWD Tax 1.70%

2018 Non‐CRWD  Property Taxes 98.30%

Forecasted 2019 CRWD Tax

2018 Non‐CRWD Property Taxes


Capitol Region Watershed District   Applicant:    

Permit 18-016 O'Gara's Mixed Use

Tony Barranco Ryan Companies 50 South Tenth Street Minneapolis, MN 55403

Consultant: Thomas Rehwaldt Ryan Companies 533 South 3rd Street Minneapolis, Mn 55415

Description: New 5-story mixed use development with underground parking and associated utilities. Stormwater Management: One underground StormTrap infiltration system. District Rule: —C, D, F Disturbed Area: 1.397 Acres   Impervious Area: 1.397 Acres  

                 

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve with 9 Conditions: 1. Receipt of $7,000 surety. 2. Receipt of documentation of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County. 3. Provide plans signed by a professional engineer per the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID. 4. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. 5. Submit a SWPPP that includes items a.-j. in the permit report. 6. Revise plans to address items a.-f. in the permit report. 7. Revise HydroCAD or plans to correspond for the following: a. StormTrap orifice diameter is 5.5” in HydroCAD and 5” on Detail 12 on Sheet C600. b. Rock storage footprint of 2,380 sf is unable to be verified on plans. 8. Revise HydroCAD and Proposed Drainage Area map to account for western portion of the parking lot that sheet flows to Snelling Avenue without receiving treatment. HydroCAD and drainage area map shows this area discharging to the StormTrap infiltration system. 9. Revise O&M plan for StormTrap infiltration system and pretreatment sump. Current O&M plan is for filtration system and internal system sump.

 

First Street  Second Ave 

     

Permit Location

Permit Report 18-016

Aerial Photo

Board Meeting Date: 08-15-2018


Capitol Region Watershed District  Permit Report      CRWD Permit #:       Review date:       Project Name:       Applicant:                      Purpose: 

     

18‐016 August 6, 2018  O’Gara’s Mixed Use  Jill Kiener  The Excelsior Group  1660 Highway 100 S, Suite 400  St. Louis Park, MN 55416  952‐525‐3219  jill.kiener@excelsiorllc.com      Construction of a 5‐story mixed use development with underground  parking and associated utilities. Stormwater management includes one  underground StormTrap infiltration system. 

Location:  164 Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN    Applicable Rules:   C, D, and F    Recommendation:  Approve with 9 Conditions      EXHIBITS:    1. Project Narrative, by Ryan Companies, dated 5/30/18, rcvd. 5/30/18.  2. Civil Plans (C001, C100, C101, C200, C300, C400, C500, C600, C601), by Ryan Companies,  dated 8/1/18, rcvd. 8/1/18.  3. Proposed Impervious Area Exhibit, by Ryan Companies, dated 6/25/18, rcvd 6/26/18.  4. Stormwater Management Plan, by Ryan Companies, dated 8/1/18, rcvd. 8/1/18.  5. CRWD Response Letter, by Ryan Companies, dated 6/25/18, rcvd. 6/26/18.  6. Existing and Proposed HydroCAD Reports, by Ryan Companies, dated 8/1/18, rcvd.  8/1/18.  7. Existing and Proposed Drainage Maps, by Ryan Companies, dated 8/1/18, rcvd. 8/1/18.  8. Operation and Maintenance Form, by Ryan Companies, dated 6/25/18, rcvd 6/26/18/18.  9. Landscape Plans (L100, L200, L300, L400, L500), by Ryan Companies, dated 8/1/18, rcvd.  8/1/18.  10. Draft Geotechnical Report, by Braun Intertec, dated 4/19/18, rcvd 5/30/18.  11. Examination of Iron‐Enriched Aggregates, by Braun Intertec, dated 9/15/17, rcvd  5/30/18.  12. Iron‐Enhanced Sand Document, by Plaisted Companies, dated 2/2018, rcvd 5/30/18.  13. Surface Lot Grading to Trench Drain, by Ryan Companies, dated 8/1/18, rcvd. 8/1/18.  14. Proposed Impervious Area Exhibit, by Ryan Companies, dated 8/1/18, rcvd. 8/1/18.  W:\07 Programs\Permitting\2018\18-016, O'Gara's Mixed Use\18-016 Permit Report_R3.doc Page 1 of 5


HISTORY & CONSIDERATIONS:    None.    RULE C: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT   Standards   Proposed discharge rates for the 2‐, 10‐, and 100‐year events shall not exceed  existing rates.   Developments and redevelopments must reduce runoff volumes in the amount  equivalent to an inch of runoff from the impervious areas of the site.     Stormwater must be pretreated before discharging to infiltration areas to maintain  the long‐term viability of the infiltration area.     Developments and redevelopments must incorporate effective non‐point source  pollution reduction BMPs to achieve 90% total suspended solid removal.       Findings  1. A hydrograph method based on sound hydrologic theory was used to analyze runoff  for the design or analysis of flows and water levels.   2. Runoff rates for the proposed activity do not exceed existing runoff rates for the 2‐,  10‐, and 100‐year critical storm events.  Stormwater leaving the project area is  discharged into a well‐defined receiving channel or pipe and routed to a public  drainage system.    3. Stormwater runoff volume retention is achieved onsite in the amount equivalent to  the runoff generated from 1.1‐inch of rainfall over the impervious surfaces of the  development.    a. The amount of proposed impervious is 60,843 square feet.  b. Volume retention required:  60,843 ft2 x 1.1 inches x 1 ft/12 inches = 5,577 ft3     Table 1. Proposed volume retention through abstraction (i.e. infiltration, reuse).  Volume  Volume Retention  1.1‐inch  2‐inch  Retention  BMP  Provided below  Runoff  Runoff  Required  outlet (cu. ft.)  (cu. ft.)  (cu. ft.)  (cu. ft.)  StormTrap Infiltration  5,603*  4,153  7,550  5,577  Total  5,603 cf*  *Assumes rock footprint under infiltration system to be 2,380 sf, which was unable to  be verified in the plans. 

a. b. c. d.

Banking of excess volume retention is not proposed.  Infiltration volume and facility size has been calculated using the  appropriate hydrologic soil group classification and design infiltration rate.    The infiltration area is capable of infiltrating the required volume within 48  hours.  Stormwater runoff is pretreated to remove solids before discharging to  infiltration areas. 

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e. Groundwater mounding is not anticipated to affect adjacent properties and  buildings.   4. Alternative compliance has not been requested.  5. Best management practice does achieve 90% total suspended solids removal from  the runoff generated on an annual basis.  6. A maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County has not been submitted.  Adequate maintenance access is provided for surface and/or underground system.  The maintenance plan includes a site‐specific plan, schedule, and narrative for  maintenance of the proposed stormwater management practices but needs to be  adjusted for the recent change in type of practice`.    RULE D: FLOOD CONTROL   Standards   Compensatory storage shall be provided for fill placed within the 100‐year  floodplain.   All habitable buildings, roads, and parking structures on or adjacent to a project site  shall comply with District freeboard requirements.    Findings  1. There is no floodplain on the property according to FEMA.    2. All habitable buildings, roads, and parking structures on or adjacent to the project  site comply with CRWD freeboard requirements.    RULE E: WETLAND MANAGEMENT    Standard   Wetlands shall not be drained, filled (wholly or in part), excavated, or have  sustaining hydrology impacted such that there will be a decrease in the inherent  (existing) functions and values of the wetland.   A minimum buffer of 25 feet of permanent nonimpacted vegetative ground cover  abutting and surrounding a wetland is required.    Findings  1. There are no known wetlands located on the property.    RULE F: EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL    Standards   A plan shall demonstrate that appropriate erosion and sediment control measures  protect downstream water bodies from the effects of a land‐disturbing activity.   Erosion Control Plans must adhere to the MPCA Protecting Water Quality in Urban  Areas Manual.    Findings  1. Erosion and sediment control measures are consistent with best management  practices, as demonstrated in the MPCA manual Protecting Water Quality in Urban  Areas.    2. Adjacent properties are protected from sediment transport/deposition.    3. Wetlands, waterbodies and water conveyance systems are protected from  erosion/sediment transport/deposition.    W:\07 Programs\Permitting\2018\18-016, O'Gara's Mixed Use\18-016 Permit Report_R3.doc Page 3 of 5


4. Disturbed area is greater than 1 acre; an NPDES permit is required. A SWPPP has not  been submitted.    RULE G: ILLICIT DISCHARGE AND CONNECTION   Standard   Stormwater management and utility plans shall indicate all existing and proposed  connections from developed and undeveloped lands for all water that drains to the  District MS4.    Findings  1. New direct connections or replacement of existing connections are not proposed.  2. Prohibited discharges are not proposed.    Recommendation:  Approve with 9 Conditions    Conditions:  1. Receipt of $7,000 surety.  2. Receipt of documentation of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County.   3. Provide plans signed by a professional engineer per the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID.  4. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit.  5. Submit a SWPPP that includes the following:  a. Installation of infiltration practices shall be done during periods of dry weather  and completed before a rainfall event. Placement of engineered soils shall be on  dry native soil only.   b. Excavation of infiltration areas shall be completed using a backhoe with a  toothed bucket.   c. Native soils in infiltration areas shall be de‐compacted to a minimum depth of  18 inches.   d. The bottom excavation surface of infiltration areas shall be level without dips or  swales.   e. During construction, stormwater must be routed around infiltration areas until  all construction activity has ceased and tributary surfaces are cleaned of  sediment.   f. Engineered soil shall remain uncontaminated (not mixed with other soil) before  and during installation.   g. All haul routes, specific construction entrance locations, any streets that will be  blocked from traffic.   h. Dewatering provisions (if any).  i. Perimeter control for stockpiles, downstream drainage ways, other areas that  aren’t below grade, etc.  j. Plan for temporary stabilization.  6. Revise plans to address the following:  a. Include note on Detail 12 on Sheet C600 stating that the system footprint shall  be over‐excavated down to an elevation of 917.5’ (5’ below invert of rock  storage) and replaced with clean construction sand.  b. Add invert elevation for stone base on Detail 12 on Sheet C600.  c. Add note to Detail 12 on Sheet C600 stating that fabric shall be excluded from  the bottom of the infiltration basin. 

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d. Revise rock specification for the underground storage system shown in Detail 12  on Sheet C600. Specification shall include the following according to the  Minnesota Stormwater Manual:  i. Double‐washed, angular, uniform (uniformity coefficient of 2 or smaller)  aggregate between 1.5 and 3.0‐inch diameter.  ii. Acceptable rock types: igneous and crystalline metamorphic (granite,  rhyolite, gabbro, basalt, quartzite).  iii. Unacceptable rock types: carbonate (limestone, dolomite, dolostone)  and non‐crystalline metamorphic (shale).  e. Provide information showing how roof drains from the northwest and south  buildings connect to the underground infiltration system.  f. Revise outlet design of the underground infiltration system to facilitate better  maintenance access to the 5” orifice. An option is to add a manhole with an  internal weir containing a 5” orifice downstream of the underground system  (could be inside of STMH #203). Based on the current plan, a 5” orifice invert of  926.20’ and a weir crest at 932.20’ would not affect the hydraulic design of the  system.   7. Revise HydroCAD or plans to correspond for the following:  a. StormTrap orifice diameter is 5.5” in HydroCAD and 5” on Detail 12 on Sheet  C600.  b. Rock storage footprint of 2,380 sf is unable to be verified on plans.  8. Revise HydroCAD and Proposed Drainage Area map to account for western portion of  the parking lot that sheet flows to Snelling Avenue without receiving treatment.  HydroCAD and drainage area map shows this area discharging to the StormTrap  infiltration system.  9. Revise O&M plan for StormTrap infiltration system and pretreatment sump. Current  O&M plan is for filtration system and internal system sump.   

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ALL PIPE WORK INSIDE OF PROPERTY TO BE PERFORMED BY A PLUMBER LICENSED BY THE STATE OF MINNESOTA AND CERTIFIED BY THE CITY OF SAINT PAUL. SPRWS REQUIRES SEPARATE OUTSIDE AND INSIDE PLUMBING PERMITS FOR EACH NEW WATER SERVICE. ALL UNUSED EXISTING WATER SERVICES TO BE CUT OFF BY SPRWS. EXCAVATION AND RESTORATION BY OWNER'S CONTRACTOR. NEW WATER SERVICES WILL NOT BE TURNED ON UNTIL REQUIRED CUTOFFS HAVE BEEN PERFORMED. WATER FACILITY PIPEWORK WITHIN RIGHT OF WAY TO BE INSTALLED BY SPRWS. EXCAVATION AND RESTORATION BY OWNER'S CONTRACTOR. THE CONTRACTOR PROVIDING EXCAVATION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ALL EXCAVATION AND OBSTRUCTION PERMITS REQUIRED BY ANY GOVERNING AUTHORITY. ALL PRIMARY ROOF DRAINS SHALL BE CONNECTED TO THE STORM SEWER (MPC 4714.1101.1). SECONDARY ROOF DRAINAGE SHALL DRAIN TO AN APPROVED PLACE OF DISPOSAL IN THE FORM OF SECONDARY ROOF DRAINS INSTALLED PER MPC 4714.1101 & 1102, AND MINNESOTA STATE BUILDING CODE 1503.4 1-5. SECONDARY ROOF DRAINS SHALL BE PIPED INTERNALLY, DOWN TO WITHIN 18 INCHES OF GRADE, THROUGH THE OUTSIDE WALL, ONTO A SPLASH BLOCK INSTALLED PER MPC 1101.5.3, AND LAID OVER PERMEABLE SOILS OF AN ADEQUATE AMOUNT WHERE SATURATION OF THE SOIL WILL NOT OCCUR. SECONDARY ROOF DRAINAGE MUST DISCHARGE ONTO PERMEABLE SOILS AND CANNOT DRAIN ON THE SIDEWALK (MPC 4714.1101.1).

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PERFORATED DRAINTILE

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STORM SEWER PIPE

ALL WATER SERVICE VALVE BOXES WITHIN CONSTRUCTION AREA MUST BE EXPOSED AND BROUGHT TO GRADE UPON COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION.

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REFER TO SPRWS "STANDARDS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WATER MAINS" STANDARD PLATE D-11 FOR RESTRAINED PIPE REQUIREMENTS.

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MAINTAIN 3 FEET VERTICAL SEPARATION BETWEEN WATER AND SEWER PIPES OR A 12 INCH SEPARATION WITH 4 INCH HIGH DENSITY INSULATION PER SPRWS STANDARD PLATE D-10 FOR TYPICAL WATER MAIN OFFSETS.

PIPE MUST BE WRAPPED IN V-BIO POLYWRAP ENCASEMENT.

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A FOUR-SIDED TRENCH BOX IS REQUIRED ON ALL EXCAVATIONS DEEPER THAN 5 FEET WHERE UNDERGROUND WORK OR INSPECTION IS TO BE PERFORMED BY SPRWS. LADDERS ARE REQUIRED AND MUST EXTEND 3 FEET ABOVE THE SURFACE OF THE TRENCH. SIDEWALKS, PAVEMENTS, DUCTS AND APPURTENANT STRUCTURES SHALL NOT BE UNDERMINED UNLESS A SUPPORT SYSTEM OR ANOTHER METHOD OF PROTECTION IS PROVIDED. TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 20 FEET IN DEPTH MUST BE SIGNED OFF BY A REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER. EXCAVATED MATERIAL MUST BE KEPT A MINIMUM OF 2 FEET FROM THE EDGE OF THE TRENCH.

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MAINTAIN 8 FEET OF COVER OVER ALL WATER MAINS AND SERVICES.

WATER SERVICES TO BE INSTALLED ACCORDING TO SPRWS "STANDARDS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WATER MAINS."

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PIPE MATERIAL FOR 8" DUCTILE IRON PIPE MUST BE CLASS 52. PIPE MATERIAL FOR 6" AND 4" DUCTILE IRON PIPE MUST BE CLASS 53. THE EXTERIOR OF DUCTILE IRON PIPE SHALL BE COATED WITH A LAYER OF ARC-SPRAYED ZINC PER ISO 8179. THE INTERIOR CEMENT MORTAR LINING SHALL BE APPLIED WITHOUT ASPHALT SEAL COAT.

SEWER CONNECTION PERMIT: LICENSE HOUSE DRAIN CONTRACTOR TO OBTAIN SEWER CONNECTION PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT NEW SANITARY AND STORM CONNECTION IN STREET FROM MAIN TO THE PROPERTY. CALL ST PAUL PUBLIC WORKS PERMIT DESK (651-266-6234) FOR INFORMATION ON OBTAINING THIS PERMIT.

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SEWER REMOVAL/ABANDONMENT PERMITS: PLUMBING CONTRACTOR TO OBTAIN "REMOVAL PERMITS" FROM PUBLIC WORKS TO CUT OFF EXISTING SEWER CONNECTION SERVICES TO THE PROPERTY. CALL ST PAUL PUBLIC WORKS PERMIT DESK (651-266-6234) FOR INFORMATION ON OBTAINING THE PERMITS FOR : a14932, a53441, a52726, a23280, 10-118370 & 10-188377.

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GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WORK WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES. FOR PIPES WITH SLOPE LESS THAN 2%, LASER EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED.

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THE EXISTING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT SHALL BE SAWCUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH ST PAUL UTILITY CONNECTION AND/OR MNDOT SPECIFICATIONS. THE UTILITY CONTRACTOR WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING THE APPROPRIATE SEWER, WATER AND PLUMBING PERMITS FROM THE CITY'S BUILDING DEPARTMENT.

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CONNECTION TO THE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER AND WATER REQUIRES INSPECTION BY THE CITY OF ST PAUL.

UTILITY TRENCHES SHALL BE COMPACTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDELINES PROVIDED BY GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER.

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FIELD ADJUST ALL CASTINGS TO MATCH FINAL GRADES.

ALL UTILITY WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY OF ST PAUL SPECIFICATIONS AND BUILDING PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.

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THE UTILITY CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THE LOCATIONS AND ELEVATIONS OF THE BUILDING PIPE SYSTEM PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTING SERVICE CONNECTIONS.

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PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION, SUBCONTRACTORS WHOSE WORK REQUIRES EXCAVATION SHALL FIELD VERIFY ALL EXISTING UTILITY LOCATIONS AND INVERTS, SHOWN OR NOT SHOWN. ANY DISCREPANCY BETWEEN PLANS AND FIELD CONDITIONS SHALL BE REPORTED TO THE OWNER IMMEDIATELY.

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© 2018 RYAN A+E, INC.

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CHAD LOCKWOOD

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I hereby certify that this plan, specification, or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota

164 SNELLING AVE, ST PAUL, MN 55104

O'GARA'S MIXED USE

PROJECT INFORMATION

PRELIMINARY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

CONSULTANTS

OWNER

WWW.RYANCOMPANIES.COM

RYAN A+E, INC. 533 South Third Street, Suite 100 Minneapolis, MN 55415 612-492-4000 tel 612-492-3000 fax


Capitol Region Watershed District Applicant:

Herbert Tousley IAF Beacon I LLC 332 Minnesota Street St. Paul, MN 55101

Permit 18-017 Cathedral Hill Consultant: Keith Matte BKBM 6120 Earle Brown Drive Minneapolis, MN 55430

Description: Multifamily housing with 3 to 5 stories above grade and 1 below grade Stormwater Management: One underground infiltration tank District Rule: —C, D, F Disturbed Area: 1.81 Acres Impervious Area: 1.33 Acres STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve with 8 Conditions: 1. Receipt of $6,600 surety. 2. Receipt of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County. 3. Include a site-specific maintenance plan that includes the following: a. List all stormwater management practices. b. Person(s) responsible for maintenance of stormwater devices(s). c. Frequency of inspection/ indicator that maintenance is needed. d. Description of inspection activities e. Description of maintenance activities. 4. Provide plans signed by a professional engineer per the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID. 5. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. 6. Revise plans to address the items a.-f. in the permit report. 7. Revise HydroCAD to use MSE 24-hr Storm Curve 3 rainfall distribution. 8. Revise drainage area maps and HydroCAD to incorporate offsite drainage from the west. This additional drainage area discharges to the underground infiltration system and may increase the system HWL.

Western Ave.

Marshall Ave.

Permit Location

Permit Report 18-017

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Board Meeting Date: 08-15-2018


Capitol Region Watershed District Permit Report CRWD Permit #:

18-017

Review date:

August 1, 2018

Project Name:

Cathedral Hill

Applicant:

Keith Matte BKBM Engineers 6120 Earle Brown Drive, Suite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55430 763-843-0420 ext. 446 kmatte@bkbm.com

Purpose:

Multi-family housing with 3 to 5 stories above grade and 1 below grade. Stormwater management consists of an underground infiltration tank.

Location:

393 Marshall Ave, St. Paul, MN

Applicable Rules:

C, D, and F

Recommendation:

Approve with 8 Conditions

EXHIBITS: 1. Civil Plans (C100, C200, C300, C400, C500, C501, C600), by BKBM, dated 7/25/18, rcvd. 7/27/18. 2. Hydrology Report, by BKBM, dated 7/25/18, rcvd. 7/27/18. 3. Geotechnical Evaluation, by NTI, dated 10/27/17, rcvd. 7/25/18. HISTORY & CONSIDERATIONS: None RULE C: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT Standards  Proposed discharge rates for the 2-, 10-, and 100-year events shall not exceed existing rates.  Developments and redevelopments must reduce runoff volumes in the amount equivalent to an inch of runoff from the impervious areas of the site.  Stormwater must be pretreated before discharging to infiltration areas to maintain the long-term viability of the infiltration area.

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ďƒ˜ Developments and redevelopments must incorporate effective non-point source pollution reduction BMPs to achieve 90% total suspended solid removal. Findings 1. A hydrograph method based on sound hydrologic theory is used to analyze runoff for the design or analysis of flows and water levels. 2. Runoff rates for the proposed activity do not exceed existing runoff rates for the 2-, 10-, and 100-year critical storm events. Stormwater leaving the project area is discharged into a well-defined receiving channel or pipe and routed to a public drainage system. 3. Stormwater runoff volume retention is achieved onsite in the amount equivalent to the runoff generated from 1.1-inch of rainfall over the impervious surfaces of the development. a. The amount of proposed impervious is 57,838 square feet. b. Volume retention required: 57,838 ft2 x 1.1 inches x 1 ft/12 inches = 5,302 ft3 Table 1. Proposed volume retention through abstraction (i.e. infiltration, reuse). Volume 2-inch Volume Retention 1.1-inch Retention Runoff Runoff BMP Provided below Required (cu. ft.) (cu. ft.) outlet (cu. ft.) (cu. ft.) Underground Infiltration 6,485 4,737 8,612 5,302 Total 6,485 cf

4. 5. 6. 7.

c. Banking of excess volume retention is not proposed. d. Infiltration volume and facility size has been calculated using the appropriate hydrologic soil group classification and design infiltration rate. e. The infiltration area is capable of infiltrating the required volume within 48 hours. f. Stormwater runoff is not pretreated to remove solids before discharging to infiltration areas. g. Groundwater mounding is not anticipated to affect adjacent properties and buildings. Alternative compliance sequencing has not been requested. Best management practices achieve 90% total suspended solids removal from the runoff generated on an annual basis. A maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County has not been submitted. Adequate maintenance access is not provided for the underground system. A sitespecific plan, schedule, and narrative for maintenance of the proposed stormwater management practices has not been submitted.

RULE D: FLOOD CONTROL Standards ďƒ˜ Compensatory storage shall be provided for fill placed within the 100-year floodplain.

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 All habitable buildings, roads, and parking structures on or adjacent to a project site shall comply with District freeboard requirements. Findings 1. There is no floodplain on the property according to FEMA. 2. All habitable buildings, roads, and parking structures on or adjacent to the project site comply with CRWD freeboard requirements. RULE E: WETLAND MANAGEMENT Standard  Wetlands shall not be drained, filled (wholly or in part), excavated, or have sustaining hydrology impacted such that there will be a decrease in the inherent (existing) functions and values of the wetland.  A minimum buffer of 25 feet of permanent nonimpacted vegetative ground cover abutting and surrounding a wetland is required. Findings 1. There are no known wetlands located on the property. RULE F: EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL Standards  A plan shall demonstrate that appropriate erosion and sediment control measures protect downstream water bodies from the effects of a land-disturbing activity.  Erosion Control Plans must adhere to the MPCA Protecting Water Quality in Urban Areas Manual. Findings 1. Erosion and sediment control measures are consistent with best management practices, as demonstrated in the MPCA manual Protecting Water Quality in Urban Areas. 2. Adjacent properties are protected from sediment transport/deposition. 3. Wetlands, waterbodies and water conveyance systems are protected from erosion/sediment transport/deposition. 4. Disturbed area is greater than 1 acre; an NPDES permit is required. A SWPPP has been submitted but is not sufficient. RULE G: ILLICIT DISCHARGE AND CONNECTION Standard  Stormwater management and utility plans shall indicate all existing and proposed connections from developed and undeveloped lands for all water that drains to the District MS4. Findings 1. New direct connections or replacement of existing connections are not proposed. 2. Prohibited discharges are not proposed. Recommendation:

Approve with 8 Conditions

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Conditions: 1. Receipt of $6,600 surety. 2. Receipt of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County. 3. Include a site-specific maintenance plan that includes the following: a. List all stormwater management practices. b. Person(s) responsible for maintenance of stormwater devices(s). c. Frequency of inspection/ indicator that maintenance is needed. d. Description of inspection activities e. Description of maintenance activities 4. Provide plans signed by a professional engineer per the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID. 5. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. 6. Revise plans to address the following: a. Add note to Detail 11 on Sheet C500 stating that fabric shall be excluded from the bottom of the infiltration basin. b. Revise SWPPP to include the following: i. Installation of infiltration/filtration practices shall be done during periods of dry weather and completed before a rainfall event. Placement of engineered soils shall be on dry native soil only. ii. Excavation of infiltration areas shall be completed using a backhoe with a toothed bucket. iii. Native soils in infiltration areas shall be de-compacted to a minimum depth of 18 inches. iv. The bottom excavation surface of infiltration areas shall be level without dips or swales. v. During construction, stormwater must be routed around infiltration areas until all construction activity has ceased and tributary surfaces are cleaned of sediment. vi. Engineered soil shall remain uncontaminated (not mixed with other soil) before and during installation. c. Revise sump depth to be four times larger than the outlet pipe per EPA guidance. STRM #5 and #8 are specified for 3’ sumps, but the 12” outlet pipe would require a 4’ sump. Additionally, the drainage area to the inflow pipe shall be at least three times greater than the drainage area to the grate above per the University of Minnesota. The proposed sump in STRM #5 receives the majority of flow through the grate. Therefore, include an additional manhole between STRM #5 and the underground filtration system with a sump to meet the desired ratio. d. Revise Detail 11 on Sheet C500: i. State that fabric shall be excluded from the bottom of the infiltration basin. ii. Add inverts for bottom of rock, top of rock, and bottom of 60” perforated pipe. e. Provide additional manholes or cleanouts to facilitate future maintenance of underground infiltration system. CRWD recommends cleanout access at the midway point and at each end of the 60” perforated pipe. f. Revise outlet design of the underground infiltration system to facilitate better maintenance access to the 8” orifice. An option is to add a manhole with an

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internal weir containing an 8” orifice downstream of the underground system. The building draintile may enter this manhole downstream of the weir. Based on the current plan, an 8” orifice invert of 207.45’ and a weir crest at 210.4’ would not affect the hydraulic design of the system. 7. Revise HydroCAD to use MSE 24-hr Storm Curve 3 rainfall distribution. 8. Revise drainage area maps and HydroCAD to incorporate offsite drainage from the west. This additional drainage area discharges to the underground infiltration system and may increase the system HWL.

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Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Capitol Region Watershed District Applicant:

Trevor Martinez Schafer Richardson 900 N 3rd Street Minneapolis, MN 55401

Permit 18-018 Payne Building Development Consultant: Keith Matte BKBM 6120 Earle Brown Drive Minneapolis, MN 55430

Description: Three to four story mixed use apartment/retail building Stormwater Management: One underground infiltration tank District Rule: —C D F Disturbed Area: 1.29 Acres Impervious Area: 1.16 Acres STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve with 8 Conditions: 1. Receipt of $5,800 surety. 2. Receipt of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County. 3. Include a site-specific maintenance plan that includes items a. – e. in the permit report. 4. Provide plans signed by a professional engineer per the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID. 5. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. 6. Revise plans to address the items a. – i. in the permit report. 7. Revise HydroCAD to use MSE 24-hr Storm Curve 3 rainfall distribution. 8. Revise drainage area maps and HydroCAD to accurately reflect site conditions. The current drainage areas appear to overestimate how much area drains to the infiltration tank. It is unlikely that all area in proposed drainage area 1 reaches the STRM #5 and #6 and is discharged to the underground infiltration system. Provide additional detail to justify all drainage enters these two catch basins or update drainage area maps and HydroCAD to reflect areas that will sheet flow offsite without treatment.

Payne Ave

Permit Location Permit Report 18-018

Aerial Photo Board Meeting Date: 08-15-2018


Capitol Region Watershed District Permit Report CRWD Permit #:

18-018

Review date:

August 2, 2018

Project Name:

Payne Building Development

Applicant:

Keith Matte BKBM Engineers 6120 Earle Brown Drive, Suite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55430 763-843-0420 ext. 446 kmatte@bkbm.com

Purpose:

Three to four story mixed use apartment/retail building. Stormwater management includes on underground infiltration tank.

Location:

848 Payne Avenue, St. Paul, MN

Applicable Rules:

C, D, and F

Recommendation:

Approve with 8 Conditions

EXHIBITS: 1. Civil Plans (C100, C200, C300, C400, C500, C501, C502, C600), by BKBM Engineers, dated 7/25/18, rcvd. 7/27/18. 2. Hydrology Calculations, by BKBM Engineers, dated 7/25/18, rcvd. 7/27/18. 3. Geotechnical Exploration and Engineering Review, by NTI, dated 3/8/18, rcvd. 7/27/18. HISTORY & CONSIDERATIONS: None. RULE C: STORMWATER MANAGEMENT Standards  Proposed discharge rates for the 2-, 10-, and 100-year events shall not exceed existing rates.  Developments and redevelopments must reduce runoff volumes in the amount equivalent to an inch of runoff from the impervious areas of the site.  Stormwater must be pretreated before discharging to infiltration areas to maintain the long-term viability of the infiltration area.

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ďƒ˜ Developments and redevelopments must incorporate effective non-point source pollution reduction BMPs to achieve 90% total suspended solid removal. Findings 1. A hydrograph method based on sound hydrologic theory is used to analyze runoff for the design or analysis of flows and water levels. 2. Runoff rates for the proposed activity do not exceed existing runoff rates for the 2-, 10-, and 100-year critical storm events. Stormwater leaving the project area is discharged into a well-defined receiving channel or pipe and routed to a public drainage system. 3. Stormwater runoff volume retention is achieved onsite in the amount equivalent to the runoff generated from 1.1-inch of rainfall over the impervious surfaces of the development. a. The amount of proposed impervious is 50,504 square feet. b. Volume retention required: 50,504 ft2 x 1.1 inches x 1 ft/12 inches = 4,630 ft3 Table 1. Proposed volume retention through abstraction (i.e. infiltration, reuse). Volume 2-inch Volume Retention 1.1-inch Retention Runoff Runoff BMP Provided below Required (cu. ft.) (cu. ft.) outlet (cu. ft.) (cu. ft.) Underground Infiltration 6,709 4,201 7,638 4,630 Total 6,709 cf

4. 5. 6. 7.

c. Banking of excess volume retention is not proposed. d. Infiltration volume and facility size has been calculated using the appropriate hydrologic soil group classification and design infiltration rate. e. The infiltration area is capable of infiltrating the required volume within 48 hours. f. Stormwater runoff is pretreated to remove solids before discharging to infiltration areas. g. Groundwater mounding is not anticipated to affect adjacent properties and buildings. Alternative compliance sequencing has not been requested. Best management practices achieve 90% total suspended solids removal from the runoff generated on an annual basis. A maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County has not been submitted. Adequate maintenance access is not provided for the underground system. A sitespecific plan, schedule, and narrative for maintenance of the proposed stormwater management practices has not been submitted.

RULE D: FLOOD CONTROL Standards ďƒ˜ Compensatory storage shall be provided for fill placed within the 100-year floodplain.

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 All habitable buildings, roads, and parking structures on or adjacent to a project site shall comply with District freeboard requirements. Findings 1. There is no floodplain on the property according to FEMA. 2. All habitable buildings, roads, and parking structures on or adjacent to the project site comply with CRWD freeboard requirements. RULE E: WETLAND MANAGEMENT Standard  Wetlands shall not be drained, filled (wholly or in part), excavated, or have sustaining hydrology impacted such that there will be a decrease in the inherent (existing) functions and values of the wetland.  A minimum buffer of 25 feet of permanent nonimpacted vegetative ground cover abutting and surrounding a wetland is required. Findings 1. There are no known wetlands located on the property. RULE F: EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL Standards  A plan shall demonstrate that appropriate erosion and sediment control measures protect downstream water bodies from the effects of a land-disturbing activity.  Erosion Control Plans must adhere to the MPCA Protecting Water Quality in Urban Areas Manual. Findings 1. Erosion and sediment control measures are not consistent with best management practices, as demonstrated in the MPCA manual Protecting Water Quality in Urban Areas. 2. Adjacent properties are protected from sediment transport/deposition. 3. Wetlands, waterbodies and water conveyance systems are protected from erosion/sediment transport/deposition. 4. Disturbed area is greater than 1 acre; an NPDES permit is required. A SWPPP has been submitted but is not sufficient. RULE G: ILLICIT DISCHARGE AND CONNECTION Standard  Stormwater management and utility plans shall indicate all existing and proposed connections from developed and undeveloped lands for all water that drains to the District MS4. Findings 1. New direct connections or replacement of existing connections are not proposed. 2. Prohibited discharges are not proposed. Recommendation:

Approve with 8 Conditions

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Conditions: 1. Receipt of $5,800 surety. 2. Receipt of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County. 3. Include a site-specific maintenance plan that includes the following: a. List all stormwater management practices. b. Person(s) responsible for maintenance of stormwater devices(s). c. Frequency of inspection/ indicator that maintenance is needed. d. Description of inspection activities e. Description of maintenance activities 4. Provide plans signed by a professional engineer per the Minnesota Board of AELSLAGID. 5. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. 6. Revise plans to address the following: a. Revise Detail 11 on Sheet C500: i. State that fabric shall be excluded from the bottom of the infiltration basin. ii. Add inverts for bottom of rock, top of rock, and bottom of 60� perforated pipe. iii. Add note: Bottom of rock below underground chambers should be placed in native silty sand (SM). Over-excavation of sandy clay loam (ML) soils may be necessary to reach designed soil type. b. Revise SWPPP to include the following: i. Installation of infiltration/filtration practices shall be done during periods of dry weather and completed before a rainfall event. Placement of engineered soils shall be on dry native soil only. ii. Excavation of infiltration areas shall be completed using a backhoe with a toothed bucket. iii. Native soils in infiltration areas shall be de-compacted to a minimum depth of 18 inches. iv. The bottom excavation surface of infiltration areas shall be level without dips or swales. v. During construction, stormwater must be routed around infiltration areas until all construction activity has ceased and tributary surfaces are cleaned of sediment. vi. Engineered soil shall remain uncontaminated (not mixed with other soil) before and during installation. c. Include a sump manhole between STRM #5 and the underground infiltration system. The drainage area to the inflow pipe shall be at least three times greater than the drainage area to the grate above per the University of Minnesota. The proposed sump in STRM #5 receives the majority of flow through the grate. d. Provide additional manholes or cleanouts to facilitate future maintenance of underground infiltration system. CRWD recommends cleanout access at each end of the 60� perforated pipe system. e. Clarify whether STRM #7 is a CBMH or MH. The square symbology and Note 11 on Sheet C300 indicate STRM #7 is a CBMH, but the sewer table on Sheet C300 indicates a MH. If STRM #7 is a CBMH, specify inlet protection to be installed on

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Sheet C200 and adjust drainage area maps to include area that will be draining to this inlet and offsite without treatment. f. Revise erosion control plan so that designated concrete washout area is not located over the footprint of the underground infiltration area. g. Add note to plans to clarify the thicker black line extending easterly from the proposed building. It appears to be a car port / roof, but there is no specific reference on the plans. h. Revise HWL in plans to correspond with HydroCAD. HWL in plans is 842.59’ and 843.38’ in HydroCAD. i. Revise outlet design of the underground infiltration system to facilitate better maintenance access to the 8” orifice. An option is to add a manhole with an internal weir containing an 8” orifice downstream of the underground system. Based on the current plan, an 8” orifice invert of 841.42’ and a weir invert of 843.4’ would not affect the hydraulic design of the system. 7. Revise HydroCAD to use MSE 24-hr Storm Curve 3 rainfall distribution. 8. Revise drainage area maps and HydroCAD to accurately reflect site conditions. The current drainage areas appear to overestimate how much area drains to the infiltration tank. It is unlikely that all area in proposed drainage area 1 reaches the STRM #5 and #6 and is discharged to the underground infiltration system. Provide additional detail to justify all drainage enters these two catch basins or update drainage area maps and HydroCAD to reflect areas that will sheet flow offsite without treatment.

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August 15, 2018 Board Meeting IV. Special Report – A) Snelling Midway Rainwater Art (Eleria/Dysart)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 8, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Anna Eleria, CRWD Division Manager and Aaron Dysart, City of Saint Paul Artist Snelling-Midway Rainwater Art

Background The Snelling-Midway redevelopment site will be home to an innovative, comprehensive stormwater management system that will capture and reuse rainwater from the canopy of the MN United FC’s Allianz Field as well as new rooftops from future redevelopment on the remaining 17-acre superblock. In this first phase of the project, treated rainwater will be used to irrigate the Great Lawn north of the Field as well as other greenspaces and trees surrounding the stadium and along public right-of-way. Issues This innovative system is largely underground and invisible to the public. With the support of CRWD’s Board this past spring, CRWD staff hired Aaron Dysart, City of Saint Paul Artist, to develop concept design(s) to make the invisible, visible and celebrate the underground reuse system. Enclosed is the scope of work and budget for the concept design work. Mr. Dysart has completed a concept design for a sculpture, titled Accumulation, that he will present to the Board at the August 15th meeting. He’ll describe the intention of the design, its relationship to the stormwater system, estimated cost and the proposed location of sculpture. Finally, staff will discuss next steps for this effort and anticipated schedule for final design, fabrication and installation of the sculpture. Recommendation None, for your information only Enc.

Snelling-Midway Rainwater Art Concept Design Scope of Work dated April 25, 2018

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Rainwater Art Concept Design for Snelling Midway Redevelopment Site Scope of Work April 25, 2018 Purpose To produce concept design(s) of public artwork that would daylight the below ground rainwater harvesting and use system at the Snelling Midway redevelopment site. The concept design(s) shall offer a vision of rainwater-based art that is being sought by Capitol Region Watershed District and the City of Saint Paul. Rainwater art situated in the public realm at the SnellingMidway site can help raise community awareness of the innovative system and empower citizens to become stewards of the water resources where they live. Scope of Work Aaron Dysart, City Artist with Public Art Saint Paul and the City of Saint Paul, shall develop concept designs for rainwater art at the Snelling Midway site. The scope of work for this effort shall include a kick-off meeting with City of Saint Paul’s water resources coordinator and CRWD’s program manager and watershed artist-in-residence to brainstorm concept ideas for visualizing the underground rainwater harvesting system at the surface. Mr. Dysart will develop sketches and descriptions for up to three initial rainwater art concepts that shall be presented to City and CRWD stakeholders for their feedback. Concept designs will be refined based on stakeholder input for up to two rainwater art concepts. CRWD will contract separately with graphic designer to prepare renderings of the two rainwater art concepts at the site. The final deliverables shall include: • • • • • •

Statement describing design intention; relationship to the site’s stormwater management project goals and criteria; and description of Public Artwork materials, estimated dimensions, weight, and finish; Scale renderings by others to show some indication of color and materials and relationship of the Proposed Artwork to the surrounding landscape; Map of location of artwork; Recommendations regarding potential fabrication/installation company for the art piece, site preparation and activation; Final design and construction timeline; and Estimated budget.

Concept Design Timeline • • • • •

Kick off meeting on April 30, 2018 Design development in May 2018. Preliminary concept sketches and narratives completed by end of May 2018. Present draft concept design(s) to stakeholders in mid-June 2018. Finalize concept designs by end of July 2018. 1


Budget Artist Labor (Hours) Design 55 Meetings 15 Project Coordination 5 TOTAL 75

Cost ($60/hr) $3300 $780 $240 $4,500

The cost of services will be reimbursed based on actual time spent on the project.

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August 15, 2018 Board Meeting V. Action Item B) Approve Minutes of August 1, 2018 DRAFT Regular Board Meeting (Sylvander)

Regular Meeting of the Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) Board of Managers, for Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 6:00 p.m. at the office of CRWD, 1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4, St. Paul, Minnesota. REGULAR MEETING MINUTES I.

A)

Call to Order of Regular Meeting (President Joe Collins)

Managers Joe Collins Seitu Jones Shirley Reider Rick Sanders Mary Texer

Staff Present Mark Doneux, CRWD Bob Fossum, CRWD Forrest Kelley, CRWD Michelle Sylvander, CRWD Nate Zwonitzer, CRWD

Public Attendees Nick Brenner, Menards Real Estate Office

Public Attendees B)

Review, Amendments and Approval of the Agenda

President Collins asked for any additions or changes to the agenda. Administrator Doneux requested the addition of Action Item D to Amend the June 2018 Accounts Payable/Receivable and June Budget Report and to direct the Treasure and Board President to endorse two checks for the July 2018 Accounts Payable/Receivable. Administrator Doneux also requested the addition of an update on Como Lake under Unfinished Business. Motion 18-140: Approve the Agenda of August 1, 2018 with the addition of Action Item D and addition of Item D under Unfinished Business. Reider/Jones Unanimously Approved II.

Public Comment – For Items not on the Agenda

Manager Reider shared an article from the August issue of the Park Bugle that reviewed the history of Little Como Lake where the golf course is now. Manager Reider also participated in a survey of Como Lake. III.

Permit Applications and Program Updates A)

Permit #13-009 St. Thomas Field - Closure (Hosch)

Mr. Kelley reviewed permit #13-009 St. Thomas Field - Closure. This permit was issued for soccer/softball field improvements at the corner of Goodrich and Cretin in St. Paul. The stormwater is treated through a

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subsurface sand filtration system. The site is stable, filtration system functional, and $9,200 surety can be returned. Motion 18-141: Approve $9,200 surety return and Certificate of Completion for permit #13-009, St. Thomas Field. Reider/Sanders Unanimously Approved B)

Permit #18-002 Menards Transload Terminal (Hosch)

Mr. Kelley reviewed permit #18-002 Menards Transload Terminal. The applicant, Menards Real Estate Office is redeveloping Menards stoarage yard and transfer hub, including demo, grading, storm sewer, and paving. The applicable rules are Stormwater Management (Rule C), Flood Control (Rule D), and Erosion and Sediment Control (Rule F). The disturbed area of this project is 4.16 acres with 4.16 acres’ impervious surface. Motion 18-142: Approve the requested .61 ft variance from the 1 ft freeboard requirement of Flood Control Rule D for permit #18-002 Menards Transload Terminal. Reider/Texer Unanimously Approved Motion 18-143:

Approve the seven conditions for permit #18-002 Menards Transload Terminal.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Receipt of $19,900 surety. Receipt of documentation of maintenance agreement recorded with Ramsey County. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. Provide updated StormTech shop drawings for both underground systems that include a cross-section of the system with all relevant invert elevations, pipe sizes, etc. These shop drawings will be used to verify storages in the HydroCAD model, ensure adequate access is provided for maintenance, ensure header row design doesn’t allow water to bypass the isolator row, and ensure the proper rock specification is given for around the StormTech Chambers, etc. 5. Revise HydroCAD to route outflow from both underground systems to a catch basin with an 18” outlet pipe to represent MH 401. The 100-year model predicts a combined flow from the two StormTech systems of 20.93 cfs. This will be used to ensure the culvert between structures 400 and 401 is adequately sized. 6. Revise HydroCAD of plans to correspond for Pond 58P (Yard StormTech) as detailed in the permit report. 7. Clarify structure numbers and elevations as detailed in the permit report. Reider/Texer Unanimously Approved IV.

Special Reports Parkview Center School Stormwater Feasibility Study (Zwonitzer)

Mr. Zwonitzer reviewed that in 2016 CRWD was awarded a $1.76 million grant through BWSR’s Targeted Watershed Program (TWP) for work in the Como and McCarrons subwatersheds. One of the potential projects identified in the grant application was a regional BMP at Parkview Center School located at the intersection of Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District


County Road B and Dale Street in Roseville. The BMP had been identified as a cost-effective stormwater treatment option in a subwatershed analysis completed by SRF in 2013. SRF completed a feasibility study in May, and a recommended BMP has been identified for additional engineering. After extensive evaluation of infiltration BMP configurations, it was determined that poor soils and high groundwater would result in poor infiltration. An area identified for a future parking lot expansion by Roseville Schools offers an opportunity for a filtration BMP. The BMP would be placed at existing grade next to a steep slope, eliminating the need for extensive excavation. Roseville School District determined they would have sufficient soil from other nearby projects to bury the BMP and create the needed grade for the future parking lot. This greatly reduces the project expenses for excavation and hauling. Identified as Option 4 in the feasibility study, the BMP would consist of pre-treatment, a buried pipe storage system, and a filter vault with up to 36 filter cartridges capable of capturing dissolved phosphorus. The BMP is estimated to cost $775,000 and will prevent 45 pounds of phosphorus from reaching Lake McCarrons. SRF Consulting Group has submitted a proposal to develop plans and technical specifications for the filtration BMP at a cost of $84,742. This includes additional soil investigation. Construction documents will be completed in early 2019. While the project is being designed, staff will begin discussions with project partners regarding construction funding, long-term maintenance, and CRWD volume credits. The project could be ready for construction as early as fall 2019. Staff recommend approving SRF to develop construction plans for the BMP with funding from #410-16752 which has a 2018 budget of $119,970. Motion 18-144: Accept the Parkview Center School BMP Feasibility Study. Reider/Jones Unanimously approved Motion 18-145: Approve SRF as the consultant for the Parkview Center School BMP Engineering and authorize the Administrator to execute an amendment to the existing agreement with SRF not to exceed $84,742 and any amendments to the agreement up to $10,000. Reider/Jones Unanimously approved V.

Action Items A)

AR:

Approve Minutes of the July 25, 2018 Regular Meeting (Sylvander).

Motion 18-146: Approve Minutes of the July 25, 2018 Regular Meeting. Reider/Jones Unanimously approved B)

AR:

Approve Minnesota Stormwater Research Council Funding (Fossum)

Mr. Fossum reviewed that CRWD’s 2010 Watershed Management Plan includes Goal 9.2--Be a leader in conducting original research and reviewing existing research on new stormwater management technologies to facilitate decision making by the District and its partners. Funding for Research has been included in CRWD’s Budget and Workplan in each year from 2014—2018. Multiple small-scale research projects have been funded and completed by District staff as well as through partnerships with local research institutions. Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District


On November 4, 2015, the Managers adopted the WMP Mid-Term Review which included Recommendation #8: The District should develop a research approach and program that can more efficiently and effectively ensure appropriate research is conducted for specific District needs as well as the needs of the larger stormwater community both regionally and nationally. This program could be modeled after the Special Grants process. Early in 2017, the Managers approved $25,000 funding for the MN Stormwater Research Council. This money along with funding from 5 other organizations totaled $94,000 was used to fund two projects. They are: 1. Determining which iron minerals in iron-enhanced sand filters remove phosphorous from stormwater runoff. (Beth Fisher, PhD) 2. Field performance assessment of sediment and gross solids removal from surface inlet pretreatment practices for bioretention (Andy Erickson, PhD, PE) Staff will review the project currently underway and request contribution for the next round of funding that is currently being solicited. Fiscal Note: 2018 Budget for 228-18330 District Research Program is $38,720 Motion 18-146: Approve $25,000 funding for the MN Stormwater Research Council. Reider/Jones Unanimously approved C)

AR:

Approve Preliminary 2019 Budget and Levy for Public Comment (Doneux)

The Board of Managers reviewed the preliminary 2019 Work Plan along with the budget and levy at Board workshop on July 11th, 17th, the Board Meeting on July 25th and at a workshop on August 1st in 2018. The Board of Managers must establish a plan of work for the upcoming year, establish a budget based upon the work plan, and establish a levy for the budget. Staff reviewed the draft budget with the Board of Managers. The expenditure, revenue and levy summary were also reviewed. The Board must approve the budget for public comment and set the public hearing for 6:00 PM on August 15th. Motion 18-147: Approve Preliminary 2019 budget and levy for Public Comment, as amended. Set Public Hearing date for the 2019 Budget and Levy for August 15, 2018 at 6:00 PM. Texer/Reider Unanimously approved D) AR: Amend Accounts Payable/Receivables for June 2018 and disperse two checks for the July Accounts Payable (Sylvander) Motion 18-148: Amend the June 2018 Accounts Payable/Receivable and June Budget Report. Reider/Jones Unanimously approved Motion 18-149: Direct Treasure and Board President to endorse and disperse checks to Intereum and City of St. Paul for July 2018 Accounts Payable. Reider/Jones Unanimously approved Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District


VI.

Unfinished Business A) Building Update (Doneux)

Administrator Doneux shared that excavation is nearing completion and some additional contaminated materials were found. A storage tank was discovered, and testing is being done to find what materials were stored in the tank. All of the interior walls for the main building are framed in. The roof decking is on, and the garage walls are up. The River of Iron pour event is set for Friday, Sept. 21st. B) Snelling Midway Update (Eleria) There will be an update at the next meeting. C) Willow Reserve Update (Zwonitzer) Mr. Zwonitzer shared a presentation with an update on the Willow Reserve project. The project is about half way done and plantings are just wrapping up. Management for the invasive species such as burdock, cattails, reed canary and buckthorn will continue. D) Como Lake Planning Mr. Fossum gave an update on the Como Lake planning meeting set for Thursday, August 9th at the Como Lake Pavilion. VII. A)

General Information

Board of Managers Updates VIII.

A) B) C)

Next Meetings

Wednesday, August 8, 2018 CAC Meeting, Shirley Reider will attend Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Board Meeting, Manager Jones will be absent Wednesday, September 5, 2018 Board Workshop 5:00 pm IX.

Adjournment

Motion 18-150: Adjournment of the August 1, 2018 Regular Board Meeting at 7:00 p.m. Texer/Reider Unanimously Approved Respectfully submitted, Michelle Sylvander

Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District


August 15, 2018 Board Meeting

V. Action Item A) Approve Minutes of August 1, 2018 Board Workshop (Doneux) Special Board Workshop of the Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) Board of Managers, for August 1, 2018 5:00 p.m. at the office of CRWD, 1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4, St. Paul, Minnesota 55108. Board Workshop Minutes I.

Call to Order at 5:00 p.m. (President Joe Collins) A) Attendance Board Members Joe Collins Shirley Reider Mary Texer Rick Sanders Seitu Jones

Staff Present Mark Doneux, CRWD

A) Introductions President Joe Collins called the workshop to order at 5:00 p.m. B) Workshop Goals and Objectives President Collins reviewed the goals and objectives of the Preliminary 2019 Work Plan and Budget with participants. II.

Review of 2019 Work Plan and Budget

The Board of Managers reviewed the 2019 Work Plan and Budget. The board reviewed the expenses and revenue for the preliminary 2019 budget. The Board also reviewed various levy scenarios. On August 15, 2018 the Board of Managers will hear and accept public comments regarding the proposed 2019 Budget and Levy of the Capitol Region Watershed District. President Joe Collins closed the Board workshop at 6:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted, Mark Doneux, Administrator W:\04 Board of Managers\Minutes\2018\August 9, 2018 DRAFT Worshop.docx

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August 15, 2018 Board Meeting V. Action Items – C) Accounts Payable & Budget Update (Sylvander)

DATE: August 9, 2018 TO: CRWD Board of Managers FROM: Michelle Sylvander, Office Manager RE: July 2018 Accounts Payable/Receivable and Administrative/Program Budget Report _________________________________________________________________________________ Enclosed are the Accounts Payable/Receivable and the Administrative/Program Budget Reports for the Month of July 2018. Summary of Budget Report: (July Only Expenses) Administrative Budget (100’s) Program Budget (200’s) Project Budget (300’s) Capital Improvement Budget (400’s) Debt Service (500’s)

$ $ $ $ $

45,737.16 120,169.66 37,852.65 1,230,908.81 0

TOTAL

$

1,434,668.28

Summary of Accounts Payable/Receivable Report through July 30, 2018: (Past, present and future months) (July 2018 Only)

Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable

$ $

1,465,487.87 3,432,394.22

Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


2018 Operations and CIP Monthly YTD Expenditures to Budget $14,000,000 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 $4,000,000 $2,000,000 $Jan

Feb

March

April

May

Jun

July

August

Sept

Oct

2018 Operations Budget

Operations Cumulative Expenditures

2018 CIP Budget

CIP Cumulative Expenditures

Nov

Request Action Approve July 2018 Accounts Payable/Receivable and Budget Report, direct Treasurer and Board President to endorse and disperse checks for these payments. enc:

July 2018 Accounts Payable July 2018 Budget Report

W:\02 Budget and Finance\Board Memos\Board Memos 2018\BD Memo AP Budget Report 8.9.18.docx

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Dec


Capitol Region Watershed District July 31, 2018 Comparison

July Check Register Totals July A/P

$458,405.61

July J.E. Dunn Construction

$907,016.00

July Payroll/Benefits

$100,066.26

JULY SUB-TOTAL:

$1,465,487.87

Checks issued posted to non-expense accounts/pre-paid expense

($22,085.03)

Credit card charges previous month

($2,734.56)

Surety Returns

($6,000.00)

JULY TOTAL:

July Financial Statements

$1,434,668.28

Colonial Life HealthPartners MetLife

Surety Returns: Friends of Nova Classical Academy

$1,006.95 20,680.93 397.15 $22,085.03

6,000.00 $6,000.00

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$1,434,668.28

$1,434,668.28

Difference

($30,819.59)

$0.00


August 8, 2018

Mark Doneux Capitol Region Watershed District 1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4 St. Paul, Minnesota 55108 Dear Mark: Enclosed please find the checks, check registers and the Administrative and Program Budget for Capitol Region Watershed District for the one month and seven months ending July 31, 2018. Please examine these statements and if you have any questions or need additional copies, please call me. Sincerely, REDPATH & COMPANY, LTD

Mark C. Gibbs, CPA Enclosure

4810 White 9227.1

Bear Parkway,

St. Paul,

MN 55110

651.426.7000

www.redpathcpas.com


To The Board of Managers Capitol Region Watershed District 1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4 St. Paul, Minnesota 55108 We have compiled the accompanying Administrative and Program Budget of Capitol Region Watershed District for the one month and seven months ending July 31, 2018 included in the accompanying schedule. A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of the accompanying schedule information that is the representation of the Board. We have not audited or reviewed the accompanying schedule and, accordingly, do not express an opinion or any other form of assurance on it. The Board has elected to omit substantially all of the disclosures and the balance sheet and statement of revenues and expenditures and statement of cash flows required by generally accepted accounting principles. If the omitted disclosures and statements were included with the schedule, they might influence the user's conclusions about the District's financial position, results of operations, and cash flows. Accordingly, this schedule is not designed for those who are not informed about such matters.

REDPATH AND COMPANY, LTD St. Paul, Minnesota August 8, 2018

4810 White

Bear Parkway,

St. Paul,

MN 55110

651.426.7000

www.redpathcpas.com


Capitol Region Watershed District

Check Register For the Period From Aug 1, 2018 - Aug 31, 2018

Date 08/01/18 08/01/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18

Payee City of St. Paul Public Works Intereum Al's Coffee Applied Ecological Services, Inc. Barr Engineering Belletrist Communications Benefit Extras, Inc. Braun Intertec C Lanphear Design Caroline Yang City of Roseville Colonial Life Comcast - Business Comcast Business - VM Cable Computer Revolution Digi-Key Emmons & Olivier Resources Energy Park Plaza ESRI, Inc. Fleet One, LLC Forrest J. Kelley Fortin Consulting, Inc. Fresh Color Press Friends of Nova Classical Academy Goliath Hydro-Vac, Inc. Gopher State One Hamline University HealthPartners Inquiry, LLC In-Situ, Inc. Kisters League of MN Cities Ins. Trust Marco - Minolta MetLife Midway Ford MSR Nelson Cheese & Deli Opti Outdoor Lab Pioneer Press Prairie Restorations, Inc. Public Art Saint Paul Ramsey County - Attorney Redpath & Company Ltd Rubinstein Photo

Amount $300.00 152,190.46 20.00 978.75 11,962.60 3,750.00 76.75 5,299.00 510.00 2,260.00 38,600.00 1,006.95 319.58 138.33 2,160.50 62.65 6,027.62 8,881.74 1,435.75 141.08 800.00 1,700.00 1,500.50 6,000.00 5,805.00 47.25 11,341.33 20,680.93 2,880.00 157.00 8,342.00 1,056.00 750.00 397.15 43.85 79,388.80 168.28 7,824.00 6,000.00 321.60 414.99 1,860.00 2,805.00 3,614.00 11,100.00

Check # 19173 19174 19175 19176 19177 19178 19179 19180 19181 19182 19183 19184 19185 19186 19187 19188 19189 19190 19191 19192 19193 19194 19195 19196 19197 19198 19199 19200 19201 19202 19203 19204 19205 19206 19207 19208 19209 19210 19211 19212 19213 19214 19215 19216 19217

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Description Permit/Aldine Sidewalk Office Furniture-50% Water Filters Restoration Management Design/Area C/Snelling-Midway Copywriting Services Employee Benefits Materials Testing Raingarden Workshop/Como Lake Western Sculpture/Como Lake Shoot Parcel Acquisition Employee Benefits Bundled Services VM/Cable Manager Services Parts Pocket Park Rent GIS Desktop Maintenance Fuel for Vehicles Office Cleaning Turfgrass Maint. Certificate for Training Postcards/Booklet/Posters Surety Return Vac Truck Services E-Mail Tickets Adopt A Drain Program Employee Benefits History Project-30% Replacement Lithium Battery Annual Support/Maintenance Workers Compensation Insurance Copier Contract Employee Benefits Oil Change Office Design/Professional Services Budget Workshop Software Configuration Green Line/Arlington Maintenance Budget Workshop Notices Pierce Butler Stormwater Basin Snelling-Midway Raingarden Attorney Services Monthly Accounting/Payroll Editorial Photos


Capitol Region Watershed District

Check Register For the Period From Aug 1, 2018 - Aug 31, 2018

Date 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18 08/15/18

Payee Shred-N-Go Silverman St. Paul Regional Water Services Staples Business Advantage Sweet Science Window LLC Syscon, Inc. Verizon Wireless Walters Water Education Federation-Membership Wenck Associates, Inc. Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Young Environmental Consulting Group US Bank Thomasin Ringler

SUB-TOTAL: JULY A/P

Amount 41.83 1,350.00 139.17 216.52 360.00 46.25 324.29 146.49 170.00 21,744.03 24.98 6.43 1.39 551.00 61.02 110.21 3,433.46 4,339.10 14,220.00

Check # 19218 19219 19220 19221 19222 19223 19224 19225 19226 19227 19228 19229 19230 19231 19232 19233 19234 19235 19236

Description Shredding Service Photo Shoot - 2/21 & 5/22 Water & Sewer Office Supplies Ice Cream Coupons Sage Support iPads Trash & Recycling WEF Membership Permit Program/Long-Term Maint. Plan Electrical-Aldine Electrical-Maryland Electrical-Knittson Electrical Service Electrical Service Electrical Service IDDE Collaboration Sessions Monthly Credit Card Ironhead Sculpture-50%

$458,405.61

WIRE TRANSFERS: 08/15/18 J. E. Dunn Construction Company 08/15/18 J. E. Dunn Construction Company

$571,091.00 335,925.00

SUB-TOTAL: WIRE TRANSFERS:

$907,016.00

JULY PAYROLL/BENEFITS:

$100,066.26

JULY TOTAL:

Certificate of Payment - #5 - Thru 7/31/18 Certificate of Payment - #6 - Thru 7/31/18

$1,465,487.87

APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:

8/15/2018

JULY, 2018 RECEIPTS Ramsey County Beacon Bluff Marco Payne Building Development BKBM Engineers Cathedral Hill 4M Fund-Bonds 4M Fund-General

$3,381,938.79 24,700.00 993.87 2,000.00 2,000.00 13,322.03 7,439.53

JULY RECEIPTS:

$3,432,394.22

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1st Half Tax Levy Settlement Surety - #18013 Refund Permit Fee Permit Fee July Interest July Interest


CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST RECAP FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018

TOTAL GENERAL ADMINISTRATION: 200 ‐ Administration 201 ‐ Groundwater 207 ‐ Rulemaking/Rule Revisions 208 ‐ Permitting 210 ‐ Stewardship Grants 211 ‐ Monitoring & Data Collection 220 ‐ Education & Outreach 225 ‐ Technical Resources & Information Sharing 228 ‐ Future Trends:  Research and Positioning 230 ‐ Geographic Informatin Systems (GIS) 240 ‐ Safety Program TOTAL PROGRAMS: 300 ‐ Administration 301 ‐ Shoreline & Streambank Maintenance 305 ‐ Como Lake Subwatershed 310 ‐ Lake McCarron's Subwatershed 313 ‐ Loeb Lake Subwatershed 315 ‐ Trout Brook Subwatershed 317 ‐ Crosby Lake Subwatershed 325 ‐ Wetland, Stream & Ecosystem Restoration 330 ‐ Mississippi River Subwatershed 370 ‐ Watershed Management Plan TOTAL PROJECTS: TOTAL OPERATING FUND: 405 ‐ Como Lake BMP's 410 ‐ Lake McCarron's BMP's 413 ‐ Loeb Lake BMP's 415 ‐ Trout Brook BMP's 417 ‐ Crosby Lake BMP's 430 ‐ Mississippi River Subwatersheds BMP's 440 ‐ Special Projects & Grants 450 ‐ Future Trends:  Implementation TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT: 15104 ‐ Debt & Loan Service 15 TOTAL DEBT SERVICES:

2018 ANNUAL BUDGET                                        ‐ 506,220.00 214,310.00 74,560.00                                        ‐                                        ‐ (396,257.00) $398,833.00 261,530.00 7,400.00                            15,000.00 322,840.00 560,110.00 591,210.00 497,130.00 41,840.00 133,510.00 26,700.00 33,320.00 $2,490,590.00 134,727.00 8,000.00 260,330.00 51,650.00                                        ‐ 222,300.00 26,290.00                                        ‐ 113,760.00                            65,000.00 $882,057.00 $3,771,480.00 444,140.00 119,970.00 85,590.00 288,150.00                                        ‐ 619,540.00 824,580.00 8,762,000.00 $11,143,970.00 550,000.00 $550,000.00

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                                 ‐ 42,383.45 473.71                                 ‐                                 ‐                       2,880.00                                 ‐                     45,737.16                                 ‐                                 ‐                       2,055.85 29,866.96 9,216.39 32,271.93 42,122.07 698.17 2,211.98 1,726.31                                 ‐ $120,169.66                                 ‐                                 ‐ 15,246.95 543.96                                 ‐ 7,471.74 4,425.37                                 ‐ 9,794.05                           370.58 $37,852.65 $203,759.47                           146.97 38,600.00 1,401.56                                 ‐                                 ‐ 3,925.20 4,748.41                1,182,086.67 $1,230,908.81                                 ‐                                 ‐

TOTAL ALL FUNDS:

$15,465,450.00

$1,434,668.28

$5,325,732.59

$10,139,717.41

34.44%

Fund Balance FUND BALANCES @ 12/31/17 Operations 2,071,267.17 Capital Improvement 1,130,734.69 Debt Service 94,698.10 Building/Bond Proceeds                                        ‐ TOTAL FUND BALANCE: $3,296,699.96

2018 Fund Transfers                                 ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐ $0.00

Year‐to‐Date Revenue            1,874,742.72             1,361,020.89                 284,828.42             9,954,617.56 $13,475,209.59

Year‐to‐Date Expenditures $1,681,950.73 933,480.62 530,167.24               2,180,134.00 $5,325,732.59

Fund Balance @ 07/31/18 2,264,059.16 1,558,274.96 (150,640.72) 7,774,483.56 $11,446,176.96

17970 ‐ General Administration 17 18970 ‐ General Administration 18 18795 ‐ Aldine Operating Expense 18976 ‐ Thomas Operating Expense 17980 ‐ Diversity Plan 17985 ‐ CRWD History Study 00000 ‐ Administration Allocation

 

JOB COST #/NAME

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF BUDGET EXPENDITURES REMAINING                   10,965.46 (10,965.46) 502,173.73 4,046.27 7,700.88 206,609.12 5,706.44 68,853.56 (2,069.40) 2,069.40                     7,304.46 (7,304.46)                               ‐ (396,257.00) $535,920.37 ($137,087.37)                               ‐                   261,530.00                     2,946.50 4,453.50                   11,287.99                        3,712.01 192,762.21 130,077.79 116,921.20 443,188.80 260,184.63 331,025.37 204,626.33 292,503.67 10,769.86 31,070.14 25,242.15 108,267.85 9,333.47 17,366.53                   11,818.99 21,501.01 $845,893.33 $1,644,696.67                               ‐ 134,727.00                               ‐ 8,000.00 106,784.18 153,545.82 21,194.38 30,455.62                               ‐                                 ‐ 92,582.72 129,717.28 22,872.41 3,417.59                               ‐                                 ‐ 56,090.04 57,669.96                        613.30                     64,386.70 $300,137.03 $581,919.97 $1,681,950.73 $2,089,529.27                        474.03 443,665.97 108,190.36 11,779.64 6,364.47 79,225.53                               ‐ 288,150.00                   24,564.55                    (24,564.55) 23,036.15 596,503.85 98,626.22 725,953.78             2,852,358.84 5,909,641.16 $3,113,614.62 $8,030,355.38                 530,167.24 19,832.76 $530,167.24 $19,832.76

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED ‐‐‐ 99.20% 3.59% 7.65% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 0.00% 134.37% 0.00% 39.82% ‐‐‐ 59.71% 20.87% 44.01% 41.16% 25.74% 18.91% 34.96% 35.47% 33.96% 0.00% 0.00% 41.02% 41.03% ‐‐‐ 41.65% 87.00% ‐‐‐ 49.31% ‐‐‐ 34.03% 44.60% 0.11% 90.18% 7.44% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 3.72% 11.96% 32.55% 27.94% 96.39% 96.39%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018   2018 ANNUAL BUDGET                             ‐ 506,220.00               214,310.00                 74,560.00                             ‐                             ‐ (396,257.00) TOTAL GENERAL ADMINISTRATION: $398,833.00 20000 ‐ Administration Allocation 261,530.00 17000 ‐ District Permit Program                             ‐ 18000 ‐ District Permit Program 165,050.00                 10,740.00 18101 ‐ Permit Tracking & Database Management 18102 ‐ Construction Inspection 119,050.00 17103 ‐ Permit Closure & Post Construction Inspection/Maintenance                             ‐ 18103 ‐ Permit Closure & Post Construction Inspection/Maintenance 28,000.00 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ ‐ Permits                             ‐                 15,000.00 18120 ‐ Evaluate Rules/TAC Meetings 18130 ‐ Groundwater Protectin ‐ Well Sealing 7,400.00 16143 ‐ Stewardship Grants                             ‐ 17143 ‐ Stewardship Grants                             ‐               318,190.00 18143 ‐ Stewardship Grants 17144 ‐ Partner Grants                              ‐ 18144 ‐ Partner Grants 96,790.00                 18,850.00 17145 ‐ Inspiring Communities Program 18145 ‐ Inspiring Communities Program                             ‐ 18146 ‐ Rain Garden Projects 25,330.00                 92,190.00 16147 ‐ TWP Blvd. Rain Gardens                   8,760.00 18148 ‐ MN Greencorps Member 17200 ‐ Baseline Monitoring & Data Collection                             ‐               289,190.00 18200 ‐ Baseline Monitoring & Data Collection 17205 ‐ Lake Monitoring & Data Collection                             ‐ 18205 ‐ Lake Monitoring & Data Collection 113,550.00 17210 ‐ Villa Park Monitoring & Data Collection                             ‐ 18210 ‐ Villa Park Monitoring & Data Collection 30,570.00 17215 ‐ Wetland Bio‐Monitoring                              ‐ 18215 ‐ Wetland Bio‐Monitoring 14,420.00 18220 ‐ Long‐Term Monitoring Database Development 13,510.00 17221 ‐ Data Analysis & Reporting Tool 18,320.00                 13,380.00 18225 ‐ Remote Data Access & Set‐Up 17230 ‐ BMP Monitoring                             ‐ 18230 ‐ BMP Monitoring                 46,520.00   17970 ‐ General Administration  18970 ‐ General Administration 18975 ‐ Aldine Operating Expense 18976 ‐ Thomas Operating Expense 17980 ‐ Diversity Plan 17985 ‐ CRWD History Study 10000 ‐ Administration Allocation

JOB COST #/NAME

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                               ‐ 42,383.45 473.71                               ‐                               ‐                     2,880.00                               ‐ $45,737.16                               ‐                               ‐ 7,357.07                           22.41                         180.82                               ‐                      1,911.13                   20,395.53                      2,055.85                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                      5,415.95                               ‐                         449.38                               ‐                               ‐                         462.41                      2,220.77                         667.88                               ‐                   18,795.98                               ‐                         618.74                               ‐                         335.06                               ‐                      1,006.58                      8,342.00                           90.44                           62.65                               ‐                      1,557.43

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING 10,965.46 (10,965.46) 502,173.73 4,046.27 7,700.88 206,609.12 5,706.44 68,853.56 (2,069.40) 2,069.40 7,304.46 (7,304.46)                                 ‐ (396,257.00) $535,920.37 ($137,087.37)                                 ‐                 261,530.00 5,790.93 (5,790.93) 62,910.62 102,139.38                          627.46 10,112.54 767.48 118,282.52 244.42 (244.42)                       3,105.57 24,894.43 119,315.73 (119,315.73) 11,287.99 3,712.01                       2,946.50 4,453.50 234.95 (234.95) 3,470.33 (3,470.33) 84,229.78 233,960.22 489.76 (489.76) 4,034.46 92,755.54                                 ‐ 18,850.00                          486.00 (486.00)                          804.87 24,525.13 20,980.25 71,209.75                       2,190.80 6,569.20 15,495.43 (15,495.43) 135,391.33 153,798.67 501.95 (501.95) 29,915.72 83,634.28 (1,583.60) 1,583.60 3,385.25 27,184.75 (4,530.00) 4,530.00                       2,278.53 12,141.47                       8,418.85 5,091.15 32,203.48 (13,883.48) 749.72 12,630.28 1,912.83 (1,912.83) 6,095.43 40,424.57

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED ‐‐‐ 99.20% 3.59% 7.65% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 0.00% 134.37% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 38.12% 5.84% 0.64% ‐‐‐ 11.09% ‐‐‐ 75.25% 39.82% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 26.47% ‐‐‐ 4.17% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 3.18% 22.76% 25.01% ‐‐‐ 46.82% ‐‐‐ 26.35% ‐‐‐ 11.07% ‐‐‐ 15.80% 62.32% 175.78% 5.60% ‐‐‐ 13.10%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018       JOB COST #/NAME 15231 ‐ AHUG Exfiltration Monitoring 16232 ‐ Midway Office WH Monitoring 17232 ‐ Midway Office WH Monitoring 17250 ‐ General Ed & Outreach 18250 ‐ General Ed & Outreach 18251 ‐ General Communications 18252 ‐ Education & Outreach ‐ Aldine 17255 ‐ Leaf & Litter Clean Ups 18255 ‐ Leaf & Litter Clean Ups 17260 ‐ Municipal Outreach  18260 ‐ Municipal Training 18262 ‐ Youth Outreach 18263 ‐ Communication Training 18265 ‐ Sponsorships & Partnerships 16268 ‐ Adopt A Drain 17268 ‐ Adopt A Drain 18268 ‐ Adopt A Drain 17270 ‐ Website & Social Media 18270 ‐ Website & Social Media 18271 ‐ Master Water Stewards 17274 ‐ TWP Communications 18275 ‐ Events 16277 ‐ TWP ‐ Adopt a Drain 16278 ‐ TWP Leaf & Litter Clean Ups 18279 ‐ Social Media 17285 ‐ Awards & Recognition Programs 18285 ‐ Awards & Recognition Programs 17300 ‐ Local & Agency Plan Review & Tech Committee 18300 ‐ Plan Review & Tech Committee 17303 ‐ BMP Database Maintenance/Updates 18303 ‐ BMP Database Maintenance/Updates 17330 ‐ District Research Program 18330 ‐ District Research Program 17333 ‐ Public Art Program  18333 ‐ Public Art Program 18334 ‐ Public Art Program ‐ Aldine 18336 ‐ Climate Change 18370 ‐ GIS Program Development 18390 ‐ Safety Training 16395 ‐ Safety Updates 17395 ‐ Safety Program Update/Audits 18395 ‐ Safety Program Update/Audits 18396 ‐ CSE Equipment

2018 ANNUAL BUDGET                 20,460.00                 31,290.00                             ‐                             ‐                 79,350.00                 76,960.00                 60,000.00                             ‐ 17,400.00                             ‐ 20,090.00 10,690.00 10,990.00 27,560.00                             ‐                             ‐ 17,390.00                             ‐                 77,770.00                 28,120.00                   7,480.00 22,780.00                   6,900.00                 10,400.00 7,270.00                             ‐ 15,980.00 20,940.00                             ‐                             ‐                 20,900.00                             ‐ 38,720.00                             ‐ 19,790.00 60,000.00 15,000.00                 26,700.00                 10,540.00                 12,460.00                             ‐                             ‐ 10,320.00 TOTAL PROGRAMS: $2,490,590.00

CURRENT MONTH YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING                         356.07 5,955.48 14,504.52                               ‐                                 ‐ 31,290.00                      1,106.98 11,767.03 (11,767.03) (4,490.80)                               ‐ 4,490.80                      5,292.03 33,524.15 45,825.85                   15,460.41 29,448.18 47,511.82                               ‐                                 ‐ 60,000.00                               ‐                      (2,213.50) 2,213.50                         310.01                       1,364.67 16,035.33                       6,337.50 (6,337.50)                               ‐                      1,972.37                       2,625.22 17,464.78                         544.88                       4,694.27 5,995.73                               ‐                          142.85 10,847.15                         676.29 16,185.80 11,374.20 (31.44)                               ‐ 31.44                               ‐ 2,210.51 (2,210.51)                   11,266.50                     13,023.83 4,366.17 (51,504.26)                      4,713.81 51,504.26                               ‐                                 ‐ 77,770.00                         409.38 22,076.34 6,043.66                           82.00 669.85 6,810.15 1,013.56 8,434.72 14,345.28                         231.67 3,401.63 3,498.37                           63.65                       2,512.43 7,887.57 85.51 687.41 6,582.59                               ‐ 3,210.85 (3,210.85)                               ‐                          263.12 15,716.88                               ‐ 50.47 20,889.53                         456.85 3,582.53 (3,582.53)                               ‐ 430.23 (430.23)                         241.32 6,706.63 14,193.37                               ‐ 102.46 (102.46)                         662.82                       3,064.07 35,655.93                               ‐ 7,409.83 (7,409.83)                           76.67                       7,841.93 11,948.07                      1,472.49                       5,565.28 54,434.72                               ‐                       1,258.58 13,741.42                      1,726.31 9,333.47 17,366.53                               ‐                       7,606.74 2,933.26                               ‐                                 ‐ 12,460.00                       1,908.04 (1,908.04)                               ‐                               ‐                          860.46 (860.46)                               ‐                       1,443.75 8,876.25 $120,169.66                  845,893.33 $1,644,696.67

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED 29.11% 0.00% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 42.25% 38.26% 0.00% 0.00% 7.84% ‐‐‐ 13.07% 43.91% 1.30% 58.73% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 74.89% ‐‐‐ 0.00% 78.51% 8.96% 37.03% 49.30% 24.16% 9.46% ‐‐‐ 1.65% 0.24% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 32.09% ‐‐‐ 7.91% ‐‐‐ 39.63% 9.28% 8.39% 34.96% 72.17% 0.00% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 13.99% 33.96%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018       JOB COST #/NAME 30000 ‐ Administration Allocation 18100 ‐ Watershed Management Plan ‐ 2020 18001 ‐ Strategic Plan 18405 ‐ St. Paul Natural Resources Intern Program 16420 ‐ Como Reg Park Stormwater Plan 17421 ‐ Como BMP Maintenance & Inspection 18421 ‐ Como BMP Maintenance & Inspection 18425 ‐ Curtis Pond Opti RTC O & M 16426 ‐ Como Lake, In‐Lake Management Assessment 18427 ‐ Como Lake Management Plan 16430 ‐ TWP Como Lake Project Development 16432 ‐ TWP Como Lake Project Dev. 17435 ‐ North & East Subwatershed Study 18470 ‐ AIS Management 15471 ‐ Aquatic Invasive Mgt Plan 15 17475 ‐ Lake McCarron's Internal Loading Assessment 18475 ‐ Lake McCarron's Internal Loading Assessment 18476 ‐ Upper Villa Maintenance 16477 ‐ TWP ‐ Lake McCarron's Project Development 17550 ‐ Inspection & Annual Maintenance 18550 ‐ Inspection & Annual Maintenance 14552 ‐ TBI Easement Verification & Documentation 17554 ‐ TBI Hydraulic/Hydrolic Model Calibration & Update 18570 ‐ NPDES MS4 Stormwater Program 18575 ‐ Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination Program 17621 ‐ Snelling Midway Redevelopment 17622 ‐ Ford Site Planning  18622 ‐ Ford Site Planning 18623 ‐ Ford Site Area C 18624 ‐ CCLRT BMP Maintenance 14625 ‐ Eustis St. Stormwater Improvement 18531 ‐ Highland Ravine BMP Maintenance 17631 ‐ Highland Ravine Maintenance 16660 ‐ TWP Grant Admin 16

16705 ‐ TWP Como BMP McMurray 16715 ‐ TWP Como Sr. High 16720 ‐ Willow Reserve Restoration Project 16752 ‐ TWP ‐ McCarrons BMP ‐ Parkview 12801 ‐ Highland Ravine Stabilization 16815 ‐ TBI Repairs ‐ St. 0+00 ‐ 28+49 13xxx ‐  Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary 13852 ‐ Tirllium Site Water Resource

2018 ANNUAL BUDGET 134,727.00 50,000.00 15,000.00 8,000.00 21,010.00                             ‐                 25,310.00                   9,550.00                             ‐               135,540.00 68,920.00                             ‐                             ‐                 14,300.00                             ‐                             ‐ 29,200.00 8,150.00                             ‐                             ‐               112,650.00 76,050.00 10,610.00 6,450.00 16,540.00 10,850.00                             ‐                 69,200.00                             ‐ 33,710.00                             ‐                 26,290.00                             ‐                             ‐ TOTAL PROJECTS: $882,057.00 TOTAL OPERATING FUND: $3,771,480.00 444,140.00                             ‐ 85,590.00               119,970.00                             ‐                             ‐ 288,150.00                             ‐

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                               ‐                         370.58                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                      6,450.00                               ‐                           63.22                      8,024.69                      5,741.15                    (5,032.11)                               ‐                               ‐                         128.53                               ‐                               ‐                           89.64                         325.79                               ‐                      3,015.71                         244.48                         148.04                         172.36                      3,891.15                           49.86                               ‐                      2,905.81                      3,120.88                      4,481.10                               ‐                      4,425.37                               ‐                        (763.60) $37,852.65 $203,759.47                           99.72                               ‐                      1,401.56                               ‐                               ‐                           47.25                               ‐                               ‐

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING                                 ‐ 134,727.00                          515.16 49,484.84                             98.14 14,901.86                                 ‐ 8,000.00                                 ‐ 21,010.00 50.47 (50.47) 9,146.19 16,163.81                       2,500.00 7,050.00 4,966.62 (4,966.62)                     31,870.61 103,669.39                     58,097.87 10,822.13                                 ‐                               ‐ 152.42 (152.42)                                 ‐ 14,300.00 5,308.32 (5,308.32) 9,689.69 (9,689.69)                                 ‐ 29,200.00                       5,072.86 3,077.14 1,123.51 (1,123.51) 2,062.37 (2,062.37) 31,845.79 80,804.21 40,786.46 35,263.54 9,981.10 628.90 1,277.18 5,172.82                       6,629.82 9,910.18 2,293.10 8,556.90 (2,510.16) 2,510.16 24,176.86 45,023.14 19,287.32 (19,287.32)                       7,732.96 25,977.04 (89.64) 89.64 5,946.35 20,343.65 (16,926.06) 16,926.06                                 ‐                               ‐                  300,137.03 $581,919.97 $1,681,950.73 $2,089,529.27                             99.72 444,040.28 39.16 (39.16) 6,364.47 79,225.53 18,512.56 101,457.44 24,564.55 (24,564.55) 335.15 (335.15)                                 ‐ 288,150.00 49,709.90 (49,709.90)

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED 0.00% 1.03% 0.65% 0.00% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 36.14% 26.18% ‐‐‐ 23.51% 84.30% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 0.00% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 0.00% 62.24% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 28.27% 53.63% 94.07% 19.80% 40.08% 21.13% ‐‐‐ 34.94% ‐‐‐ 22.94% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 34.03% 44.60% 0.02% ‐‐‐ 7.44% 15.43% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 0.00% ‐‐‐

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018       JOB COST #/NAME 15855 ‐ Roseville Victoria Wetland Grant 16853 ‐ Victoria Park Water Features 16881 ‐ Green Line Redevelopment BMP's 16886 ‐ Lauderdale Subwatershed Stormwater Improvement Project 16910 ‐ Special Grants  17910 ‐ Special Grants 18910 ‐ Special Grants 16912 ‐ Selby Milton Victoria 15917 ‐ Harambee Elementary 15 16917 ‐ Swede Hollow Construction 16920 ‐ TWP Grant Administration 14922 ‐ Model Cities ‐ Brownstone 17925 ‐ Highland Park Sr. High 17928 ‐ Jimmy Lee Play Area 17929 ‐ Wilder Square Condo 16950 ‐ New Office Facility 17950 ‐ New Office Facility TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT: 17001 ‐ Debt & Loan Service  TOTAL DEBT SERVICES:

2018 ANNUAL BUDGET                             ‐                             ‐ 559,490.00                 60,050.00                             ‐                             ‐               821,700.00                   2,880.00                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐            8,762,000.00 $11,143,970.00 550,000.00 $550,000.00

TOTAL ALL FUNDS:

$15,465,450.00

CURRENT MONTH YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING                   38,600.00 38,600.00 (38,600.00) (1,367.90)                               ‐ 1,367.90                      3,626.43 9,841.57 549,648.43                         298.77 13,194.58 46,855.42                               ‐ 97.93 (97.93) (2,427.84)                               ‐ 2,427.84                      3,540.37 21,521.24 800,178.76                           40.22                             99.49 2,780.51 (56,199.04)                               ‐ 56,199.04                           40.22 341.63 (341.63)                         926.50 664.00 (664.00)                               ‐ 97.90 (97.90)                               ‐ 75.48 (75.48)                         140.77 16,761.85 (16,761.85)                           60.33 339.82 (339.82)              1,182,086.67 2,852,358.84 (2,852,358.84)                               ‐                                 ‐ 8,762,000.00 $1,230,908.81 $3,113,614.62 $8,030,355.38                               ‐                   530,167.24 19,832.76                               ‐ $530,167.24 $19,832.76 $1,434,668.28

$5,325,732.59

$10,139,717.41

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 1.76% 21.97% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 2.62% 3.45% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 0.00% 27.94% 96.39% 96.39% 34.44%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT PERMITS FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018 PERMIT   NUMBER 8032 10002 10009 10010 10029 11017 12017 12023 13009 13015 13023 13025 14003 14005 14009 14018 14020 14022 14026 14034 14041 15002 15007 15013 15024 15025 15029 15030 15032 15039 15040 16005 16007 16008 16009 16010 16011 16016 16017 16018 16019 16020 16021 16023 16024 16025 16026 16027 16028 16029

PERMIT NAME St. Joseph's Hospital TH36 & Rice Interchange Como Park HS Maryland & Rice I94 & 280 Hmongtown Market Cayuga Ford Site Demo St. Thomas Field Maryland Arkwright Dew Drop Inn Vandalia Redevelopment State Trunk Highway 5 Resurface Hazelden Redevelopment Waters of Highland Frogtown Farms Primrose School Victoria Park Stormwater Pleasant Ridge East 7th Senior Apartments Higher Ground 2700 University Ramsey County Building Demo Jamestown Homes Saints Tailgating Parking Lot Stewart Street Midway Office Warehouse Farrington Estates Victoria Park East Trail Sunrise Banks Office Building Luther Seminary Como‐Chatsworth Phase II Community School of Excellence Keg & Case Market Jackson Street    Wheelock Parkway McMurray Field Willow Reserve Habitat of Humanity Rivoli Redevelopment 601 Prior Demo Roselawn Cemetary Dorothy Day Place 2300 Territorial Apartments Linwood Lower School Hmong Academy Expansion Snelling Midway St. Anthony Park Elementary River East School Adams School Boaters Outlet

PERMITTING BUDGET                        ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES

YEAR‐TO‐DATE EXPENDITURES

                                ‐                                  ‐                             17.99                             35.99                                  ‐                                  ‐                             18.10                           759.37                                  ‐                             35.99                                  ‐                             17.99                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                             54.32                             26.99                             53.97                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                             97.99                                  ‐                             35.98                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                             88.83                             53.97                             71.96                           518.02                                  ‐                           180.87                           938.37                                  ‐                             17.99                                  ‐                        3,624.70                           881.87                                  ‐                           115.46                           536.18                           572.34                           479.19                             48.85                           641.25                             71.06                             48.85                             79.94                           236.86

                      447.00                        186.21                          17.99                          35.99                        534.00                          18.10                     1,516.63                     4,344.15                          36.21                          35.99                          36.21                          17.99                          43.33                        646.90                          54.32                          63.37                          63.20                          63.02                     1,830.53                        369.32                          51.00                     1,190.49                        490.65                     1,205.83                     2,411.03                        353.03                        176.29                        450.64                          53.97                          71.96                     2,693.54                          18.10                        831.86                     2,787.08                          36.21                          17.99                          71.09                     3,624.70                     3,793.27                        279.94                        430.07                     3,289.69                     3,532.62                     3,183.65                        561.82                   13,008.64                     2,456.60                        713.64                        485.59                        612.31

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT PERMITS FOR THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2018 ‐ JULY 31, 2018 PERMIT   NUMBER 16032 16033 17001 17002 17003 17004 17005 17008 17009 17010 17012 17013 17014 17015 17016 17017 17018 17019 17020 17021 17022 17023 17024 17025 18001 18002 18003 18004 18005 18006 18007 18008 18009 18010 18011 18012 18013 18014 18015 18016

18000

PERMIT NAME

PERMITTING BUDGET

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES

YEAR‐TO‐DATE EXPENDITURES

BALANCE OF PERMIT BUDGET REMAINING

% OF PERMIT BUDGET EXPENDED

SPJCC Addition AET Campus Expansion Horace Mann Elementary Highland Park Elementary Como Park Sr. High School St. Thomas Stadium & Field Ford Parkway Bridge Erosion SPA Expansion Jackson Street Reconstruction Swede Hollow Nova Academy School Great River Schools Residence Inn Grand Avenue Wheelock Dale Victoria Smith Avenue Bridge Dickerman Park Exchange Street Apartments MN United Stadium Hauling Transfer Road Storage Macalaster Theater Building Regions Birth Center Weyerhaeuser Apts. St. Catherine Library Lot Rice Park Revitalization Sylvan Park Improvements Menards Trnasload Terminal Marydale Park Improvements Como Paving 2018 Higher Ground Academy Wheelock 2018 Woodlawn Jefferson Vomela Beacon Bluff Seal Island at Como Zoo CRWD 595 Aldine Hendrickson Apartments Scheffer Community Center Beacon Bluff Opus Morning Star Met Council Villa Park Sanitary O'Gara's Mixed Use

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                         849.60                                  ‐                             79.94                             79.94                             57.73                                  ‐                             90.18                           489.66                           826.77                                  ‐                                  ‐                           124.34                           870.49                             35.99                           213.38                                  ‐                           489.66                             62.17                           528.52                             66.61                           115.46                             84.80                           147.91                           631.74                             88.80                        2,105.88                             17.76                             84.38                                  ‐                                  ‐                             57.73                             44.83                           128.80                             27.15                                  ‐                             88.80                           224.11                           134.47                             53.29                        1,133.40

                   3,735.17                        285.34                        476.00                        765.70                        533.68                          18.10                          90.18                     3,078.51                     2,224.48                        171.83                          36.20                        538.54                     3,457.21                        126.19                        851.56                          53.31                     3,111.99                        327.42                     1,557.33                        477.85                     2,105.12                        866.91                        712.00                     3,085.13                     2,041.56                     5,055.98                     1,230.72                     1,538.80                     1,343.92                        571.98                     1,051.14                     1,838.45                     1,634.12                     1,570.51                     1,024.95                     2,883.97                     2,163.56                     3,558.01                     1,860.40                     2,018.15

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                             ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐

                                ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐

                             ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐

Sub‐Total: Permits

                       ‐

20,395.53

119,315.73

                                ‐

                             ‐

                      7,357.07                     27,752.60

                 68,701.55                188,017.28

                                ‐ ($22,967.28)

                             ‐ 113.92%

General Permitting TOTAL PERMITS:

                       ‐ $165,050.00

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August 15, 2018 Board Meeting V. Action Items D) Wilder Square Special Grant Amendment (Zwonitzer) DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 6, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Nate Zwonitzer, Water Resource Project Manager Approve Special Grant Award Amendment for Wilder Square

Background For the 2017 grant year, CRWD’s Board approved funding for Wilder Square Cooperative in the amount of $18,000 for a feasibility study to investigate water quality improvement and flood mitigation opportunities. The nonprofit, low income housing cooperative in Frogtown has significant standing water and ice issues around sidewalks and a playground. The site was a former dump and required substantial soil remediation, most of which has been completed. Issues Though much of the soil contamination on the property was removed, infiltration is not recommended. The feasibility study analyzed multiple BMP configurations including above and below-ground treatment. Upon completion of the study CRWD staff determined the proposed BMPs were too expensive and lacked the water quality benefit to justify the cost. Staff requested an additional concept (Alternative 5) that would better balance project cost and water quality benefit. The result is a surface filtration rain garden in the area that experiences frequent flooding. The nearby parking lot would be piped to the filtration basin, but to reduce cost the high-rise rooftop was not included. The garden is sized to filter a 0.63” rain event from 1.2 acres of impervious as well as 0.92 acres of turf and will capture 0.1 pounds of phosphorus and 260 pounds of sediment annually. Using CRWD’s Stewardship Grant Calculator, staff determined a recommended grant award of $40,000 which would cover roughly 53% of the estimated $75,000 project. The project would be funded through Special Grants (Fund #44018910) which has reserve funding carried over from 2017 for this project. Action Requested Approve Special Grant amendment in the amount of $40,000 for the Wilder Square Cooperative water quality improvement project and authorize the Administrator to execute the amendment. Enc.

Wilder Square BMP Feasibility Study dated November 6, 2017 (provided electronically only) BMP Alternative 5 Plan CRWD Grant Award Calculator

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Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


Technical Memorandum To: From: Subject: Date: Project:

Mary Kay Palmer Matt Kumka and Steven M. Klein RE: Wilder Square Stormwater BMP Concept Summary November 6, 2017 Wilder Square Inc. Ponding Problem

The purpose of this technical memorandum is to summarize the anticipated water quality improvements and treatment volumes resulting from two proposed BMPs (best management practices) for the Wilder Square Co-Op. The two BMP concepts have been designed based on feedback from the co-op and partners including Braun Intertec, who is designing a concurrent soil remediation project, and Capitol Region Watershed District, who has potential funding available for the stormwater improvement BMP. The two BMP concept drawings (Alternative 1 & Alternative 2) have been included as Attachment 1 to this memo. For both BMP concepts, rainwater runoff would be routed from a)the parking lot on the southeast side of the complex, b)the surrounding landscaping, and c)nearby roof downspouts to the BMPs for treatment. Both BMP concepts have been situated in the location of the existing play structure where contaminated soil will be removed under a separate contract prior to installing the BMPs. It is assumed that the existing play structure would be relocated to a nearby location. The BMP concepts both show a preliminary resiting for the play structure and additional landscaping. These features are meant to be for discussion only and do not affect the stormwater improvement facilities. BMP Concept, Alternative 1 (Rain Garden and Underground Detention): Alternative 1 includes a rain garden (biofiltration basin) and underground stormwater detention structure. The rain garden functions as a forebay and an additional pretreatment feature for the underground detention structure while providing flowering plants as an attractive landscape amenity. Additionally, pretreatment will be accomplished using sump catch basins at surface inlets prior to entering the rain garden. The rain garden in Alternative 1 provides 1.0 ft. of ponding depth as designed. Flow through the garden is controlled by the impermeable weir within the outlet structure. The outlet pipe is lower than the outlet structure weir in order to force runoff from the south parking lot to enter the outlet structure on the upstream side of the weir and flow into the rain garden before overtopping the control weir. For both alternatives, minimal depth underground detention systems have been researched and are available from several manufacturers. In order to utilize the proposed soil remediation excavation and

Barr Engineering Co. 4300 MarketPointe Drive, Suite 200, Minneapolis, MN 55435 952.832.2600 www.barr.com


To: From: Subject: Date: Page:

Mary Kay Palmer Barr Engineering Co.Matt Kumka and Steven M. Klein RE: Wilder Square Stormwater BMP Concept Summary November 6, 2017 2

minimize any additional removal of potentially contaminated materials, we would be using a shallow (<4’ in depth) proprietary underground system such as the Triton C-10 Compact Chambers. Neither of the BMP alternatives will incorporate infiltration as a final disposal of stormwater runoff, because of the potebntial for trace contaminants to be present upon completion of the contaminated soil removal. Rather both BMP alternatives will include filtration and sediment removal prior to discharge into the nearby stormsewer on Victoria Street N.. BMP Concept, Alternative 2 (Underground Detention Only): Alternative 2 includes only an underground stormwater storage system. Pretreatment for the underground treatment system would be accomplished by a sumped catch basin in the upstream catchment area in the southern parking lot and with proprietary pretreatment structures in the underground system such as an isolator row as provided by the manufacturer. These features are designed to collect and temporarily store sediments and other debris that if not removed will decrease the effectiveness of the BMP. For more information on the proposed underground stormwater detention structure see the manufacturer’s website at www.tritonsws.com/products. Stormwater Improvement Calculations Summary The water treatment volume and water quality improvement summaries of the two BMP concept alternatives was created using the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s Minimal Impact Design Standards (MIDS) calculator. Table 1

Treatment Volume Summary

Total Watershed Area (ac.)

2.50

Impervious Area (ac.)

1.43

Pervious Area (ac.) Treatment volume to treat 1.1 inches off impervious area (cf.)

1.07

Alternative 1

5,710 Treatment Volume (cf.)

Underground Storage

4,160

Rain Garden

1,476

Total

5,636

Alternative 2

Treatment Volume (cf.)

Underground Storage

5,760

Total

5,760

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Table 2

Mary Kay Palmer Barr Engineering Co.Matt Kumka and Steven M. Klein RE: Wilder Square Stormwater BMP Concept Summary November 6, 2017 3

Water Quality Summary Alternative 1

Annual Water Quality Results TP Removal (%)

60 (1.50 lbs.)

TSS Removal (%)

94 (507 lbs.)

Volume Reduction (%)

1 (0.03 ac-ft) Alternative 2

Annual Water Quality Results TP Removal (%)

47 (1.39 lbs.)

TSS Removal (%)

85 (458 lbs.)

Volume Reduction (%)

0 (0.01 ac-ft)

Opinion of Costs Engineering opinions of cost have been calculated using Barrâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s database of construction costs. The estimates are meant to be for planning purposed only as further design will likely change the total opinion of cost. A summary of the opinion of costs has been attached to this memo at Attachment 2 to this memorandum.

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PLANNING LEVEL OPINIONS OF COST  STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS WILDER SQUARE ASSOCIATION ST. PAUL, MN Stormwater Concept Alternative #11,4,5

October 2017 Stormwater Concept Alternative #21,3,4

Underground Storage System2 and Rain Garden3 Unit Price Cost Estimate Total CF Concept BMP Cost Estimate $33‐$41 per CF 5,126 $170,000 ‐ $209,000

Underground Storage System2 Unit Price Cost Estimate Total CF Concept BMP Cost Estimate $34‐$41 per CF 5,040 $170,000 ‐ $209,000

Underground Storage System2 and Rain Garden3 with additional capacity for high‐rise roof drainage 6 Unit Price Cost Estimate Total CF Concept BMP Cost Estimate $33‐$41 per CF 5,710 $193,000 ‐ $236,000

Underground Storage System2 with additional capacity for high‐rise roof drainage 5 Unit Price Cost Estimate Total CF Concept BMP Cost Estimate $34‐$42 per CF 5,710 $197,000 ‐ $241,000

NOTES: 1. All opinions of cost  are based on feasibility‐level concept design and not final design and are  subject to change. 2. Underground storage system (CPEP Triton C‐10 Compact Series) with impermeable liner and all  inlet/outlet/connections required. 3. Rain garden includes impermeable linear and all inlet/outlet/connections required.

NOTES: 1. All opinions of cost  are based on feasibility‐level concept design and not final design and are subject to  change. 2. Underground storage system (CPEP Triton C‐10 Compact Series) with impermeable liner and all  inlet/outlet/connections required. 3. Estimate includes patios and plantings surrounding relocated playground. Does not include playground  equipment, playground surfacing, site amentities such as benches and BBQ grill. 4. Estimate includes new curbing, stormsewer, area drains, and catch basin structures to correct parking lot  ponding issues. 5. Estimate includes roof drainage connections from high‐rise and additional storage capacity in  underground storage system.

4. Estimate includes patios and plantings surrounding relocated playground. Does not include  playground equipment, playground surfacing, site amentities such as benches and BBQ grill. 5. Estimate includes new curbing, stormsewer, area drains, and catch basin structures to correct  parking lot ponding issues. 6. Estimate includes roof drainage connections from high‐rise and additional storage capacity in  underground storage system.


Capitol Region Watershed District Grant Award Estimator

Project Name Property Type Underserved Population?

Wilder Square Public/Non-Profit No

BMP Name/Description Estimated Eligible Cost Rainfall Depth Treated (in.) Treatment Type Visibility Rating

Filtration RG $57,104.00 0.63 Filtration 3 - High Visibility

Treatment Category Directly Connected Streets, Driveways, Parking Lots Directly Connected Rooftop (for green roof set rainfall depth to 0.40") Indirectly Connected Impervious Turf Area Impervious Conversion (set rainfall depth treated to 0.25" for turf, 0.40" for native planting) Reuse Shoreline Stabilization (<3ft. Vertical) Buffer Planting Erosion Stabilization (>3ft. Vertical

Unit SF

Quantity 29,000

SF SF SF

Base Award $58,870.00

$0.00 24,391 40,510

$975.64 $7,291.80

SF gal/yr

$0.00 $0.00

LF SF

$0.00 $0.00

CF/yr

$0.00

Base Award 76% of Annual Rainfall Treated Treatment Type Adjustment Other Treatment Award Visibility Adjustment Equity Adjustment Calculated Award Grant Award Cap Recommended Award

$67,137.44 ($15,885.57) ($23,063.34) $0.00 $10,250.37 $0.00 $38,438.90 $54,248.80 $38,438.90

Funding Breakdown 67% CRWD Grant Funded 33% Owner Funded

$38,438.90 $18,665.10


August 15, 2018 Board Meeting V. Action Item - E) 2020 Watershed Management Plan – Consulting Services RFQ (Eleria)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 9, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Anna Eleria, Division Manager Approve RFQ for Consulting Services for 2020 Watershed Management Plan

Background Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) must revise its watershed management plan (WMP) at least once every ten years after the existing watershed management plan was approved. CRWD’s 2010 WMP was approved by the Board on September 1, 2010. The revised WMP must conform to MN Statutes 103B.231 and 103D.405 and MN Rules Chapter 8410. Issues CRWD staff have developed the enclosed draft request for qualifications (RFQ) for a consulting firm to assist us in developing CRWD’s next generation WMP. Key qualifications being sought are recent experience in developing approved metro watershed management plans, strong understanding of water related issues in urbanized areas, staff expertise in synthesizing information and developing an implementation plan that can integrate all elements of CRWD’s work, sound approach to WMP development and strong project management and communication skills. CRWD staff anticipates a month and half consultant solicitation process with an anticipated Board selection of a consulting firm by early October. Upon selection of the consulting firm, CRWD staff will work with the selected consultant to develop and negotiate a 2020 WMP scope of work, budget and schedule that will be presented to the Board for review and approval. CRWD staff will review the RFQ as well as provide an outline for the 2020 WMP development process at the August 15th meeting. Action Requested Approve RFQ for Consulting Services for 2020 Watershed Management Plan

enc:

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Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


August 16, 2018

Name Engineering Firm Street Address City, State, Zip Code Re:

Request for Qualifications for Consulting Services for CRWD’s 2020 Watershed Management Plan

Dear Name: Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) is seeking a statement of qualifications (SOQ) from your consulting firm for assistance in the development of its 2020 Watershed Management Plan (WMP). This next generation plan will be an update to CRWD’s current 2010 WMP and must conform to MN Statutes 103B.231 and 103D.405 and MN Rules Chapter 8410. The 2020 plan shall be a continuation of CRWD’s integrated, partnership-based approach to watershed management and help us achieve our goals of minimizing the impacts of stormwater runoff and restoring the health of our lakes, wetlands, streams and the Mississippi River. Development of CRWD’s 2020 Watershed Management Plan shall be guided by the following parameters: • • • • • • • • • •

Consistent with two CRWD organizational plans including 2018 Strategic Plan that is currently under development and will be completed by late fall 2018, and CRWD’s Diversity Plan that was adopted in August 2018. Alignment with CRWD cities’ and partner agencies’ planning and capital improvement program plans Review and consideration of Water Resources and Protection Strategies (WRAPS) reports pertinent to CRWD Emphasis on issue identification and development of watershed management goals and the 10-year implementation plan. The land and water resources section shall only be updated and supplemented for the 2020 plan. CRWD conducted an extensive inventory of land and water resources in the watershed district as part of the 2010 plan. Identification of issues based on findings from CRWD’s stormwater monitoring program and other diagnostic studies and input from stakeholders and community Updated findings from studies and planning efforts completed since adoption of current 2010 plan (i.e., CRWD lake management plans and other water resource plans, Como Lake TMDL, Trout Brook Interceptor capital improvement plan, subwatershed studies, etc.) Implementation plan that outlines specific programs, projects and activities including estimated planning level costs and schedule. The implementation plan will be derived partially from recently completed or current planning efforts. A robust stakeholder and public participation and input process. The final, adopted WMP shall be completed no later than September 1, 2020.

Completed documents listed above are available on CRWD’s website, www.capitolregionwd.org. Our mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


SOQ Submittal Requirements The SOQ shall clearly describe the technical, planning and facilitation qualifications of your consulting firm to develop an updated watershed management plan for CRWD. Qualifications for successfully completing this project include, but are not limited to: • • • • • •

Recent experience in developing approved watershed management plans with a focus on metro area plans; Strong understanding of water related issues in urbanized areas; Staff expertise in synthesizing and analyzing information from various studies and stakeholders to develop watershed management goals and objectives; Proven ability to develop an implementation plan that integrates a comprehensive, multi-faceted approach to watershed management; A concise, general approach to developing CRWD’s 2020 WMP; and Strong project management and written and verbal communication skills.

The SOQ may not exceed 15 pages in length. Staff resumes and detailed project descriptions may be included as an appendix and are not limited in length. The deadline for submitting SOQs is Friday, September 14th at 4:00PM. Five hard copies and one electronic PDF copy must be submitted to: Anna Eleria, Division Manager Capitol Region Watershed District 1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4 Saint Paul, MN 55108 anna@capitolregionwd.org / 651.644.8888 Any questions about this RFQ must be submitted in writing to Anna Eleria by Friday, August 31st . Responses to all questions will be distributed to all firms receiving this RFQ by Friday, September 7th. Selection Process A committee comprised of CRWD staff, Board of Managers and CAC members will review the SOQs based on the qualifications listed above and recommend two or more firms to interview for the project. CRWD will interview selected firms and the Board will formally select one firm at a subsequent meeting. After selection is complete, CRWD staff will work with the consultant to develop a detailed scope of work, budget and schedule for the plan. The scope of work and budget will require CRWD Board of Managers approval. See the table attached for the key steps and dates in the consultant solicitation process. CRWD looks forward to embarking on the development of its next generation watershed management plan. Please let us know of your firm’s intentions to submit a SOQ by Friday, August 24th. Sincerely,

Anna Eleria Division Manager

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Anticipated WMP Consultant Solicitation Schedule Step CRWD Board Authorization to Distribute 2020 WMP RFQ Intention to Submit RFQ and RFQ Questions Due CRWD Responses to RFQ Questions Due Statement of Qualifications Due WMP Committee Review and Recommendation for Interviews By Interviews With Selected Consultants (2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3 firms) Board Selects Consultant for 2020 WMP Staff and Consultant Develop Scope of Work and Budget Board Approves Consultant Services Agreement

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Date August 16, 2018 August 24, 2018 August 31, 2018 September 7, 2018 September 17th Week of September 24th October 3, 2018 Board Meeting October 2018 November 7, 2018 Board Meeting


August 15, 2018 V. Action Items F) Adopt Diversity Strategic Plan (Doneux)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 8, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Mark Doneux, Administrator Diversity Strategic Plan and Cover Memo

Background The Board of Managers reviewed and commented on the Draft Diversity Strategic Plan and Cover Memo as part of the Diversity Workshops on May 21 and June 6, 2018. Revisions were made and shared with staff on July 16 and the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) on July 18, 2018 for their review and comment. The enclosed documents reflect comments from the Board of Managers, CAC and staff. Staff acknowledge that some of the comments provided are better suited for incorporation into the implementation plan. Issues The Diversity Committee was provided an opportunity to review the Diversity Strategic Plan and offered no additional changes. The Committee recommends Board approval of the Diversity Strategic Plan and Cover Memo, so staff can begin work on an implementation plan immediately. Action Requested Adopt the Diversity Strategic Plan and Cover Memo and direct to staff to develop an implementation plan.

Enc: Draft Diversity Strategic Plan Cover Memo Draft Diversity Strategic Plan

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Our mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


Diversity Strategic Planning In 2010, CRWD’s Board of Managers developed the following diversity statement. “The Capitol Region Watershed District embraces and values diversity and seeks to recruit, promote and retain employees that reflect the community we serve. We believe that a diverse mix of employees enrich the workplace and enhance the quality of our service. The Capitol Region Watershed District encourages all qualified to apply for open positions.” In 2016, the Board directed staff to begin developing a Diversity Plan and to initiate a request for qualifications to hire a consultant to guide the District through the process. A Diversity Committee was developed comprised of Managers Joe Collins and Seitu Jones, CAC member Pat Cavanaugh and staff member Mark Doneux. Jessica Bromelkamp joined the Committee in 2017 to help coordinate plan development and review. The Diversity Committee conducted interviews and hired Val Jensen of Azon Consulting to develop a Diversity Plan in January 2017. As part of this process, Azon Consulting conducted interviews of key Board, CAC and staff to establish a baseline of knowledge and level of cultural competency. Azon also reviewed reports, assessments and the 2010 Watershed Management Plan to better understand CRWD’s mission, vision and values and how they relate to diversity and inclusion efforts. The Diversity Committee drafted the following goals to guide CRWD in the planning process. 1) CRWD and its service providers should reflect the racial, gender and cultural demographics of the watershed and City of St. Paul. 2) Understand and incorporate cultural perspectives on water and government. 3) Create opportunities for people of color in the environmental/water resources profession through training and recruitment. 4) Consider equity and equality as a means to achieve diversity. 5) Use water management as a tool to help address local and community concerns. In September 2017, Val Jenson of Azon Consulting worked closely with staff and the Diversity Committee to refine the draft CRWD Summary & Findings and Diversity Strategic Plan prior to presenting both documents to the Board, CAC and staff. The Board accepted receipt of the Summary & Findings and Diversity Strategic Plan and directed staff to adapt the plan for implementation in October 2017. Mark Doneux and Jessica Bromelkamp met with the District’s Division Managers to discuss and refine the draft 2018-2020 Diversity Strategic Plan. Their recommendations were shared with the Diversity Committee for review and comment on April 18 and May 8, 2018. The Committee’s recommendations were incorporated into the draft plan for review and comment and shared with the Board at workshops on May 21 and June 6, 2018. The CAC, staff and Diversity Committee provided comments that are reflected in the draft plan presented at the August 2018 Board Meeting. Enc: 2018-2020 Draft Diversity Strategic Plan W:\04 Board of Managers\Diversity Plan\Diversity Strategic Planning Cover Memo 8-8-18


DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 15, 2018 V. Action Item G) Authorize 2019 Partner Grant Request for Proposals (Schwantes)

August 9, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Lindsay Schwantes Authorize Distribution of 2019 Partner Grant Request for Proposals

Background Partner Grants support organizations who share in the District’s mission to protect, manage and improve our water resources. Eligible costs include both personnel and materials. Any organization or community group serving residents within CRWD’s boundaries is eligible to apply. Projects funded in 2019 must be completed with a final report submitted by December 31, 2019. Grants are funded on a reimbursement basis and liability insurance is required for all grantees. Partner Grants are given to organizations, schools, businesses and other entities for clean water education and outreach projects. Grant awards range from $1,000-$20,000. Issues Staff will distribute the 2019 Partner Grant solicitation to the attached list and any additional community organizations, cities or agencies suggested by the Board of Managers. The distribution list includes previous grant recipients and organizations that represent new audiences for CRWD. The 2019 budget for Partner Grants is $100,000. 2019 Partner Grants Timeline: Task Date Board authorize RFP for 2019 Partner Grants August 15, 2018 RFP for 2019 Partner Grants proposals distributed August 20, 2018 CAC identifies two representatives for Partner Grant Committee September 12, 2018 Proposals due October 26, 2018 Joint-committee makes funding recommendations for Board approval November 2018 Board approves joint-committee recommendations for winners December 5, 2018 2019 grant recipients notified December 6-28, 2018 At the December 20, 2017 Annual Meeting, Mangers Reider and Jones were appointed to the Partner Grant Committee with President Collins serving as an alternate. Two CAC members will also be identified to serve on the committee at the September 12, 2018 meeting. The committee will meet to review applications and select grant recipients the week of November 12-16. Staff will be hosting an information session for interested applicants to share information about eligibility and contracting requirement the evening of September 11. Request Action Authorize staff to distribute CRWD’s 2019 Partner Grant Request for Proposals and proceed with the grant review and approval process according to the proposed timeline. Enc:

2019 CRWD Partner Grant Request for Proposal and Application 2019 CRWD Partner Grant Distribution List

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Dear Community Partner: I am pleased to announce that CRWD is accepting proposals for 2019 Partner Grants through Friday, October 26 at 4 pm. Partner Grants support organizations who share in the District’s mission to protect, manage and improve our water resources. Eligible costs include both personnel and materials. Recent projects have included water focused education programs, community organizing initiatives, training, events, community art, water quality internships and career mentorships. Any organization or community group serving residents within CRWD’s boundaries is eligible to apply. Projects funded in 2019 must be completed with a final report submitted by December 31, 2019. Grants are funded on a reimbursement basis and liability insurance is required for all grantees. Interested applicants are invited to attend an information session about grant eligibility on Tuesday, September 11, from 5:30-7:30 pm at our office. Please contact Lindsay at lindsay@capitolregionwd.org or (651) 644-8888 with questions and to RSVP. CRWD’s Board of Managers has made $100,000 available in 2019. Eligible projects can request funding from $1,000 - $20,000. Preference will be given to applicants who clearly identify program goals and target audiences and demonstrate measurable impacts (pollution reduction, clean water actions taken, etc.). 2019 Partner Grants Timeline October 26, 2018

Proposals due by 4:00 pm

November 2018

Joint-committee makes funding recommendations for Board approval

December 5, 2018

Board approves joint-committee recommendations for grant awards

December 28, 2018

2019 grant recipients notified

Applications must be submitted using the application form located on our website. CRWD looks forward to hearing your ideas for how to protect and improve our lakes and the Mississippi River. If you have questions, please direct them to lindsay@capitolregionwd.org (651) 644-8888. Sincerely,

Lindsay Schwantes Community Outreach Coordinator Our mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


Capitol Region Watershed District

PARTNER GRANT APPLICATION FORM

1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 4 Saint Paul, MN 55108 Capitolregionwd.org (651) 644-8888

Please submit form to: LINDSAY SCHWANTES lindsay@capitolregionwd.org

PROJECT INFORMATION PROJECT NAME

APPLICANT INFO

APPLICANT INFORMATION ORGANIZATION OR AGENCY

CONTACT PERSON

ZIP

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ADDRESS

PHONE

EMAIL ADDRESS

DESCRIBE THE AUDIENCES YOU SERVE THROUGH THIS PROJECT (GEOGRAPHIC AREA AND DEMOGRAPHICS)

HOW MUCH ARE YOU REQUESTING? (BETWEEN $2,000 AND $20,000)

HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT OUR GRANTS?

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

1.) DESCRIBE THE MISSION AND GOALS OF YOUR ORGANIZATION AND HOW YOUR PROJECT HELPS MEET THEM.

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2.) DESCRIBE HOW YOUR PROJECT WILL PROTECT OR IMPROVE CRWD LAKES AND THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

3.) IF APPLICABLE, PLEASE LIST OTHER PARTNERS AND THEIR ROLE IN YOUR PROJECT.

MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION 4.) BRIEFLY DESCRIBE HOW WILL YOU MEASURE THE SUCCESS OF YOUR PROJECT.

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PROJECT TASKS 5.) IN THE SPACE BELOW, PLEASE BREAK DOWN YOUR PROJECT INTO MAJOR TASKS (UP TO 5), BRIEFLY DESCRIBE THEM IN THE SPACE PROVIDED AND ESTIMATE COMPLETION DATE FOR EACH.

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2019 CRWD Partner Grant Promotion List Type of group Organization Art/Community Wisdom Dances Hark Designs Public Art Saint Paul Public Art Saint Paul U of MN COMPAS Hmongtown Marketplace ‐ Frogtown Green Artist Healther Cole Gita Ghei Lisa Elias Midway Murals Brad Kaspari Mark Granlund In Progress Emily Donovan Art Mosaic on a Stick Annie Hejny City  City of Falcon Heights City of Roseville City of Roseville City of Lauderdale City of Lauderdale City of Maplewood City of Saint Paul ‐ PED  Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Saint Paul Saint Paul  Saint Paul Saint Paul Saint Paul Saint Paul Saint Paul Saint Paul Recreation Centers Saint Paul County Ramsey Conservation District Ramsey Conservation District Ramsey County Commissioners Ramsey County Commissioners Ramsey County Commissioners Ramsey County Commissioners

Name Emily Jarrett‐Hughes Mary Hark Mary Johnson Colleen Sheehy Christine Baeumler Dawne Brown White Sieng Lee Heather Cole Gita Ghei Lisa Elias Jonathan Oppenheimer Brad Kaspari Mark Granlund Kristine Sorensen Emily Donovan Lori Green Annie Hejny Sack Thongvanh Ryan Johnson Lonnie Brokke all city council and staff Heather Butkowski Chris Swanson Josh Williams Mary Henke‐Haney Tricia Wehrle Adam Robbins Margaret Jones Alice Messer Kathleen Anglo Barb Mundahl Cy Kosel Matt Morreim Joe Mendyka Gwen Peterson Wes Saunders‐Pearce

Ramsey County Commissioners Ramsey County Commissioners RCD Board

Anne WhiteEagle Joe Lochner Janice Rettman Toni Carter Rafael Ortega  Mary Jo McGuire Mary Jo McGuire's Aide, Melissa  Jamrock Victoria Reinhardt Lena Buggs

BOMA

Kevin Lewis 

Commercial Property  Management


Fortin Consulting Saint Paul Chamber of Commerce

Connie Fortin Jonathan Weinhagen

Como Active Citizens Network Como Neighborhood Como Neighborhood Citizens League Citizens League Hamline Midway  Hamline Midway  Hamline Midway Lake McCarrons Neighborhood Association League of Women Voters ‐ St Paul

Janna Caywood Sharon Shinomaya Val Cunningham Sean Kershaw Pahoua Yang Hoffman Erin Pavlica Ande Quercus Barb Spears Sherry Sanders

Lower Phalen Creek Project Lower Phalen Creek Project Model Cities Model Cities Como Lake Neighbors /  Rondo Ave. Inc Aurora St Anthony Development Corporation Frogtown Farm Frogtown Farm Urban Boat Builders Urban Boat Builders Urban Boat Builders Freshwater Society University of Minnesota Extension Saint Paul Riverfront Corporation Urban Farm and Garden Alliance Urban Farm and Garden Alliance Railroad Island Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Macalester Plymouth Presbytarian Creative Enterprise Zone Friends of Swede Hollow Learning Law and Democracy Foundatino

Melanie Kleiss Tammey Skinaway Beverley Oliver Hawkins Kizzy Downie Jacki Morrison

Community

Nieeta Presley Eartha Bell Stephanie Hankerson Martha Brummitt Marc Hosmer Michael Wurth Jen Kadar Sam Bauer Darlene Walser Melvin Giles Megan Phinney Don Lorr Jeanne Meg Stevenson Mark Dickinson Amy Sparks Karin Jennifer Bloom

Cultural Asian Economic Development Association Asian Economic Development Association Hmongtown Marketplace Hmongtown Marketplace Ce Tempoxcalli Ce Tempoxcalli Indigenous Roots Indigenous Roots Karen Organization of MN Karen Organization of MN Karen Organization of MN Ka Joog Indigenous Peoples Task Force African Economic Development Solutions

Va‐Megn Thoj Katie Vang Jamie Liu Toua Xiong Felipe Espinoza‐Day Tara Chadwick Mary Anne Quiroz

Alliance for Sustainability

Sean Gosiewski

Alexis Walstad Eh Tah Khu Rebekah Jacobson Mohamed Farah Sharon Day

Environmental   


Center for Global Environmental Education Friends of the Mississippi River Friends of the Mississippi River Friends of the Mississippi River Friends of the Mississippi River Friends of the Mississippi River Frogtown Green Full Spring Studio Great River Greening Great River Greening Great River Greening Urban Roots Watershed Partners Ramsey County Master Gardeners Ramsey County Master Gardeners Ramsey County Master Gardeners Mississippi Park Connection Mississippi Park Connection MN Nursery and Landscape Association Trust for Public Land Wilderness Inquiry Wilderness Inquiry Saint Paul Audubon Saint Paul Audubon Wild Ones ‐ Big River Big Woods Heather Holm

Tracy Fredin Irene Jones Trevor Russell Amy Kilgore Kate Clayton Adam flett Patricia Ohmans Jonee Kulman‐Brigham Deborah Karasov Katie Brom May Yang Patsy Noble Jana Larson Jan Morlock Ed Shinbch Jamie Aussendorf Katie Nyberg Mary Hames Cassie Larson Jenna Fletcher Meg Krueger Gwen Wilson Karen Eckman Howard Markus Eva Ekola Heather Holm

Pollinate MN

Erin Rupp

Cretin‐Derham Hall Cretin‐Derham Hall Twin Cities German Immersion School Twin Cities German Immersion School Transforming Central Central High School  Central High School Central High School Central High School City Academy Great River School Great River School Great River School Harambee Elementary Harambee Elementary Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center Kitty Andersen Youth Science Center Saint Paul Academy Saint Paul Public Schools Saint Paul Public Schools Falcon Heights Elementary Friends School of Minnesota Brimhall Elementary Parkview Parkview

Steven Tacheny Julie Quinn‐Kiernan Gael Braddock Tina Haarbusch Lisa Heyman Stacey Skinner Mary Mackbee Ryan Backman Lisa Houdek Mem Lloyd Melanie Peterson‐Nafzinger Scott Alsleben Tami Limberg Geri Cook Kathy Griebel Joanne Jones‐Rizzi Rich Pennington Joseph Adamji Chris Collins Samantha McKeough Lisa van der Steur Beth Behnke Stephen Moe Penny Bidne Kristen Smith Olson Mary Sweeney

School


Parkview Roseville Earth Club Macalester College Macalester College Macalester College Hamline University Hamline University Hamline University Concordia College U of M Sustainability  University of Minnesota University of Minnesota University of Minnesota U of MN Extension University of Minnesota Water Resources Center University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment

Jenny Eckman Pierre MacGillis Christine Manning Roopali Phadke Dan Hornbach Ken Dehkes Valentine Cadieux Bonnie Ploger Leanne Bakke Beth Mercer‐Taylor Kristen Nelson Sarah Hobbie Mae Davenport John Bilotta Ann Lewandowski Jan Gerstenberger

Boys Scouts of MN‐Northstar chapter Boys Scouts of MN‐Northstar chapter Boys Scouts of MN‐Northstar chapter Girl Scouts River Valley  Girl Scouts River Valley  Girl Scouts Troop leader Girls and Boys Club ‐ Mt Airy Club Girls and Boys Club ‐ Mt Airy Club Lawn Chair Gardener Creative Services

Joe Jansen Padriac McGuire Jordan Waggoner Yer Lor Liana Tessum Shannon Skally Simon Sperl Diana Adamson Dawn Pape

Ecoscapes Sustainable Landscaping Field Outdoor Spaces, Inc.  Nelco Landscaping Outdoor Lab Earth Wizards

Craig Stark

Ward 1

Dai Thao Mai Chong Xiong Rebecca Noecker Taina Maki Chris Tolbert Melanie McMahon Samantha Henningson Libby Kantner Amy Brendmoen Kim O'Brien

Youth

Contractors

Brian Nelson Chuck Hanna Stacy Anderson

Saint Paul City  Council

Ward 2  Ward 3 Ward 4 Ward 5 

Planning Councils District 4 District 10 District 11 District 11 District 12 District 12 District 13

Michael Kuchta Michael Jon Olson Melissa Cortes Kathryn Murray Ana Begej Brandon Long


District 13 District 14 District 14 District 15 District 16 District 5 District 5 District 6 District 7 District 7 District 8 District 8 District 9 District 17

Alexa Golemo Liz Boyer Britta Sherril Kathy Carruth Monica Haas Lissa Jones‐Lofgren Robin Horkey Kerry Antrim Caty Royce Sam Buffington Jens Werner Carol Swenson Emily Northey Jon Fure


August 15, 2018 Board Meeting V. Action Item â&#x20AC;&#x201C; H) Contractor for Lake McCarrons Raingarden Project (Novak) DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

August 9, 2018 CRWD Board of Managers Andrew Novak, Urban BMP Specialist Approve Contractor for Lake McCarrons Raingarden Project

Background The Lake McCarrons Raingarden Project is a CRWD Clean Streets Initiative designed to target stormwater runoff conveyed to Lake McCarrons via streets in the City of Roseville. The project is a partnership between CRWD and the City of Roseville which will coordinate street reconstruction efforts with implementation of clean water infrastructure. The City of Roseville street reconstruction crew will provide several major components of the installation including erosion control measures, 90% of the garden excavation and the construction of the curb-cut inlet. CRWD and RCD staff identified 64 properties in the targeted neighborhood as having potential for an effective boulevard curb-cut raingarden. We received favorable response from 31 interested project participants and hosted 26 people at our community event in February 2018. After site consultations, design and review we now have 15 committed participants. Issues Fifteen (15) property owners are now committed to install boulevard rain gardens (see attached project map). We have distributed a request for quotes to 11 potential contractors and received quotes from two (2) contractors. Enclosed is a quote tabulation that includes total project quote and unit prices of construction items from both contractors. The lowest quote of $135,512 was received from Outdoor Lab Landscape, Inc. CRWD staff has worked with Outdoor Lab on many successful projects and it is the staff recommendation that the Board approve Outdoor Lab Landscape, Inc. as the contractor for the Lake McCarrons Raingarden project. The Lake McCarrons Boulevard Raingarden Project will be funded from a combination of two sources: Targeted Watershed Grant and Stewardship Grant Projects. In 2018, we budgeted $92,000 for Targeted Watershed Boulevard Raingardens. The remainder of the funds will come from Stewardship Grant Projects. Staff anticipates construction completion by October 15, 2018. Action Requested Approve a construction services agreement with Outdoor Lab, Inc. for construction of the Lake McCarrons Raingarden Project for an amount not to exceed $136,000 and authorize the Administrator to execute amendments for an amount not to exceed $13,600. encs. Project Map Quote Tabulation W:\06 Projects\TWP Como McCarrons\Clean Streets - McCarrons\BOARD MEMO\BM 2018 Lake McCarrons Raingarden Project 08-15-18 AE.docx

Our Mission is to protect, manage and improve the water resources of Capitol Region Watershed District.


August 15, 2018 packet  
August 15, 2018 packet