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Regular Meeting of the Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) Board of Managers, for Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 6:00 p.m. (Regular Meeting). Until further notice Board meetings will only be available via telephone and/or the web-based application Go To Meeting. You will not be able to attend meetings in person. You can join the meeting electronically by clinking on this link https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/144313541 and following the directions or dial in using your phone: +1 (872) 240-3212 Access Code: 144-313-541 Please visit www.capitolregionwd.org to get additional CRWD COVID-19 information. REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

I.

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

II.

Public Comment A) 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) D) E)

18-011 Hendrickson Apartments – Closure (Martinkosky) 20-012 McMurray Fields resurfacing – Closure (Hosch) 20-021 Hope Community Academy – Extend Review Period (Hosch) 20-029 Fairview and University – Extend Review Period (Hosch) 20-031 Highland Bridge Rowhomes Model Home (Hosch)

IV.

Special Reports –

V.

Action Items A) AR: Approve Minutes of the September 16, 2020 Regular Meeting (Sylvander) B) AR: Approve Accounts Payable/Receivables for September (Sylvander) C) AR: Approve 2021 Benefit Program (Doneux) D) AR: Approve Villa Park Sediment Pond Outlet Design Agreement (Sellner)

VI.

Unfinished Business A) Diversity Plan Update (Gardner) B) Citizen Science Update (Kucek) C) 2020 Watershed Plan Update (Eleria) D) Seminary Pond Update (Eleria)

VII.

General Information A) Board of Manager’s Updates

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


VIII. Next Meetings A) Wednesday, November 4, 2020 - 5:00 PM - Board Workshop and Regular Meeting B) Wednesday, November 10, 2020 - 7:00 PM - CAC Meeting IX.

Adjournment

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


October 21, 2020 III. Permit Applications A.-B. Permit Close Outs (Martinkosky, Hosch) DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

October 15, 2020 CRWD Board of Managers Luke Martinkosky, Elizabeth Hosch Permit Closeouts

Background Construction activity is complete for permits #18-011, Hendrickson Apartments and #20-012, McMurray Fields resurfacing. Issues Hendrickson Apartments #18-011 This permit was issued for the construction of an apartment building, surface pavement, and associated utilities.Stormwater is treated via one undground infiltration system. The site is stable and the stormwater treatment system has been confirmed to be functional. There is a $5,000 surety to return. Action Requested Approve $5,000 surety return and Certificate of Completion for permit #18-011, Hendrickson Apartments. McMurray Field resurfacing #20-012 This permit was issued for the replacement of athetic turf fields and additional minor improvements at McMurray Field in St. Paul. This was only an erosion and sediment control permit. The site is stable and there was no surety collected for this public project. Action Requested Approve Certificate of Completion for permit #20-012, McMurray Field resurfacing.

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


October 14, 2020 III. Permits C.) Hope Community Academy Review Extension Request (Hosch)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

October 14, 2020 CRWD Board of Managers Elizabeth Hosch 2nd 60-day Review Period Extension for Permit 20-021

Background The current review period for Permit 20-021 Hope Community Academy expires on 10-27-2020. Issues The applicant requested an extension to the 60-day review period prior to the expiration. The applicant has requested the additional time to complete the required conditions. Requested Action Approve 60-day review period extension for Permit 20-021 Hope Community Academy to expire December 26, 2020.

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


October 21, 2020 III. Permits D.) Fairview and University Review Extension Request (Hosch)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

October 14, 2020 CRWD Board of Managers Elizabeth Hosch 60-day Review Period Extension for Permit 20-029

Background The current review period for Permit 20-029 Fairview and University expires on 10-23-2020. Issues The applicant requested an extension to the 60-day review period prior to the expiration. The applicant has requested the additional time to complete the required conditions. Requested Action Approve 60-day review period extension for Permit 20-029 Fairview and University to expire December 22, 2020.

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


Capitol Region Watershed District Applicant:

Paul Heuer Pulte Homes 7500 Flying Cloud Drive Ste 670 Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Permit 20-031 Highland Bridge Rowhomes Model Home Consultant: Ben Palazzolo Alliant Engineering Inc. 733 Marquette Ave, Suite 700 Minneapolis, MN 55402

Description: Construction of 14 rowhomes and a privately owned alley. Runoff will connect to approved Ford Site Redevelopment Storm water Management Plan. Stormwater Management: Regional treatment under Ford Site Redevelopment SW Management Plan. District Rule: —C D F Disturbed Area: 0.93 Acres Impervious Area: 0.64 Acres STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve with 6 Conditions: 1. Receipt of $3,200 surety. 2. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. 3. Provide a grading plan for the final build out. Currently on the phase 1 and phase 2 grading plans are included. 4. Provide a separate landscaping plan for all three phases of construction that detail both temporary and permanent stabilization. 5. Revise Exhibit 9 Stormwater Impervious Design Spreadsheet to reflect up-to-date impervious areas for Block 3 Lot 1 and for Outlet A. The areas provided in the spreadsheet to not reflect the most up-to-date permit report for CRWD permit 20-025. 6. Update and submit the Ford Site subwatershed map and XP-SWMM model so they accurately reflect the changes proposed by this development.

Permit Location Permit Report 20-031

Aerial Photo Board Meeting Date: 10/21/2020


Capitol Region Watershed District Permit Report CRWD Permit #:

20-031

Review date:

October 7, 2020

Project Name:

Highland Bridge Rowhomes Model Home

Applicant:

Paul Heuer Pulte Homes 7500 Flying Cloud Drive Ste 670 Eden Prairie, MN 55344 952-229-0723 paul.heuer@pultegroup.com

Purpose:

Construction of 14 rowhomes and a privately owned alley. Proposed construction will affect Lots 1 and 2 on Block 8. Runoff will connect to approved permanent stormwater management outlined in CRWD Permit 20-013 Ford Site Redevelopment Stormwater Master Plan.

Location:

2192 Ford Parkway Saint Paul MN, 55116

Applicable Rules:

C, D, and F

Recommendation:

Approve with 6 Conditions

EXHIBITS: 1. Civil Plans, by Alliant Engineering Inc., dated 9/23/20, rcvd. 9/25/20. 2. Stormwater Narrative, by Alliant Engineering Inc., dated 9/28/20, rcvd. 9/28/20. 3. 2022 Impervious Area, by Alliant Engineering Inc., dated 10/7/20, rcvd. 10/7/20. 4. Final Build Impervious Area, by Alliant Engineering Inc., dated 10/7/20, rcvd. 10/7/20. 5. Exhibit 7 – Drainage Map, by Alliant Engineering Inc., dated 9/23/20, rcvd. 9/25/20. 6. Exhibit 10 – SWPPP, by Alliant Engineering Inc., dated 9/23/20, rcvd. 9/25/20. 7. Exhibits 1-6 & 8-9, by Ryan Companies, dates vary, rcvd. 9/25/20. HISTORY & CONSIDERATIONS: The applicant proposes carry out the construction in three phases. The first phase is set to take place in 2021 and consists of the construction of four of the 14 total homes (1-4), private alley, and interim parking lot. Phase 2 is set to take place in 2022 and will consist of construction of four additional homes (11-14) and extension of the private alley. Phase 3 is set to take place between 2022 and 2024 and will consist of removal of the phase 1 parking lot and building the remaining six homes (5-10). All three phases are covered in this permit.

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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. Stormwater runoff rate, water quality and volume retention were reviewed and approved under CRWD Permit #20-013 (Ford Site Stormwater Master Plan). Therefore, the intent of this review is to verify compliance by comparing the amount of impervious surface approved during review of the Master Plan versus each subsequent private site development project. Table 1. Phase 1 impervious. Approved Master Plan Block/Lot Impervious Area (ft2) 8/1 42,253 8/2 27,443

Site Development Impervious Area (ft2) 1,949 14,417

Table 2. Phase 2 impervious. Approved Master Plan Block/Lot Impervious Area (ft2) 8/1 42,253 8/2 27,443

Site Development Impervious Area (ft2) 2,789 22,732

Table 3. Phase 3 impervious. Approved Master Plan Block/Lot Impervious Area (ft2) 8/1 42,253 8/2 27,443

Site Development Impervious Area (ft2) 2,789 25,397

a. The proposed site new/reconstructed impervious area is equal to or below the impervious area approved in the master plan. b. No additional volume retention is required for this site-specific development. 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.

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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. Total disturbed area is 0.93 acres but is part of a larger development that is over an acre; an NPDES permit is required. A SWPPP has 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 6 Conditions Conditions: 1. Receipt of $3,200 surety. 2. Provide a copy of the NPDES permit. W:\07 Programs\Permitting\2020\20-031, Highland Bridge Model Home\20-031 Permit Report_R1b.doc Page 3 of 4


3. Provide a grading plan for the final build out. Currently on the phase 1 and phase 2 grading plans are included. 4. Provide a separate landscaping plan for all three phases of construction that detail both temporary and permanent stabilization. 5. Revise Exhibit 9 Stormwater Impervious Design Spreadsheet to reflect up-to-date impervious areas for Block 3 Lot 1 and for Outlet A. The areas provided in the spreadsheet to not reflect the most up-to-date permit report for CRWD permit 20-025. 6. Update and submit the Ford Site subwatershed map and XP-SWMM model so they accurately reflect the changes proposed by this development.

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LEGEND: EROSION CONTROL RESPONSIBLE PARTY:

DND

SWPPP BMP QUANTITIES: (PER PLAN)

8

8 11

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN

PLAN SET - SUBMITTAL

HIGHLAND BRIDGE MODEL HOME


October 21, 2020 Board Meeting V. Action Item A) Approve Minutes of October 7, 2020 Regular Board Meeting (Sylvander)

Regular Meeting of the Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) Board of Managers, for Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 6:05 p.m. (Regular Meeting) via telephone and/or the web-based application Go To Meeting.

REGULAR MEETING MINUTES I.

Call to Order of Regular Meeting (President Joe Collins) A) Oath of Office

President Joe Collins, and Manager Rick Sanders were reappointed and sworn in. Ms. Hawona Sullivan Janzen was sworn in as the new Manager replacing Manager Seitu Jones. Former Manager Jones was in attendance to welcome Manager Hawona Sullivan Janzen. B) Attendance Managers Joe Collins, remote Hawona Sullivan Janzen, remote Shawn Murphy, remote Rick Sanders, remote Mary Texer, remote

C)

Staff Present Public Attendees Mark Doneux, CRWD Bob Simonet, CAC Bob Fossum, CRWD – remote Seitu Jones, former Manager Elizabeth Hosch, CRWD - remote Lindsay Schwantes, CRWD - remote Michelle Sylvander, CRWD – remote James Mogen, Ramsey County Attorney, remote

Review, Amendments and Approval of the Agenda.

Motion 20-192: Approve the Agenda October 7, 2020 with no changes. Murphy/Sanders Unanimously Approved II.

Public Comment

Managers used this time to provided introductions to Manager Sullivan Janzen. Manager Sullivan Janzen introduced herself. III.

Permit Applications and Program Updates


A) 20-018 2227 University – Extend Review Period (Hosch) Ms. Hosch reviewed permit #20-018 for 2227 University. The current review period for Permit 20-018 2227 University Ave Mixed Use Project expires on 10-9-2020. The applicant requested a second extension to the 60-day review period prior to the expiration. The applicant is still pursuing the permit and has requested the additional time to complete the required conditions. Motion 20-193: Approve 60-day review period extension for Permit 20-018 2227 University Ave Mixed Use Project to expire December 8, 2020. Murphy/Sanders Unanimously Approved B) 20-028 Gillette POP22 (Hosch) Ms. Hosch reviewed permit #20-028 for Gillette POP22. The applicant, Gillette Children’s Specialty HC will demolish the existing structures and construct a parking ramp with some office and park space. 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 2 acres with 1.655 acres impervious surface. Motion 20-194: Approve with 8 Conditions: Conditions: 1. Receipt of $8,300 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. Provide documentation from the City that grading activities in Valley Park is acceptable. 6. Revise civil plans to address the following: a. Revise HWL label on Sheet C501 to correspond with HydroCAD output. Sheet C501 indicates a HWL of 123.56’ and HydroCAD indicates a HWL of 123.42’. b. Revise WQV elevation label on Sheet C501 to correspond with the 9” orifice elevation. Sheet C501 indicates a WQV elevation of 119.75’ and the 9” orifice elevation is 119.60’. c. Revise underground infiltration system length and width labels on Sheet C400 to match the HydroCAD dimensions (55.71’W x 59.50’L). 7. Revise the northern boundary of proposed Subcatchment 2S to include the entire land area to the south of the parking lot curb and retaining wall. Update the HydroCAD accordingly. 8. Identify the person(s) responsible for maintenance of stormwater devices in the maintenance plan. Murphy/Sanders Unanimously Approved IV.

Special Reports – District Recognitions (Doneux)

Administrator Doneux gave a review of recent recognitions made to the District. CRWD was awarded the 2020 Phase II MS4 Award. CRWD had the highest overall score. CRWD also earned the highest score in


2016, 2017, and 2019. Typically, this award is presented at the annual conference (WEFTEC) stormwater luncheon. CRWD has also earned the Utility of the Future today. This award is typically awarded to a utility company for recovery and engagement in community. The award came in the form of a flag. Since CRWD does not have a flagpole, the flag is being displayed on the cistern in the entry of the office. V.

Action Items A) AR: Approve Minutes of the September 16, 2020 Regular Meeting (Sylvander)

Motion 20-195: Approve the Minutes of the September 16, 2020 Regular Meeting. Two corrections were noted and corrected. Murphy/Sanders Unanimously Approved B) AR: Approve 2021 Minnesota Water Stewards Program and Agreement (Schwantes) Ms. Schwantes provided a review of The Minnesota Water Stewards program. The program trains, certifies, and supports community leaders to install pollution prevention projects that educate community members and reduce polluted runoff. CRWD recruited its first class of Stewards in 2016 and currently has five cohorts and 20 active stewards. Ms. Schwantes shared responses to feedback from partner organizations as well as challenges with in-person gatherings due to COVID 19, Freshwater has made changes to the program for the upcoming cohort. The program is now called Minnesota Water Stewards to better align with anti-racist values. Changes to the upcoming program year were made with the goals to use the same curriculum, reduce the cost per stewards and accommodate changes required to keep stewards and staff safe during COVID 19. The training will shift to be held fully online with opportunities for scheduled in-person or virtual check-ins and kick-off and closing gatherings hosted by Freshwater. The cost for partners to sponsor stewards in 2021 has been reduced to $1,500 compared to $2,500 in previous years. The training schedule has shifted to run from January – May 2021 compared the October – April of previous program years. Freshwater will provide the following services for the 2021 cohort: • • • •

online recruitment gatherings/info sessions planned with partners a kick-off virtual workshop/intro class independent online course study and a concluding workshop to lead into capstone work

Freshwater plans to shift entirely to a self-led online training curriculum that would be offered at a lower cost per Steward and have opportunities for partner organizations like CRWD to sponsor and engage with Stewards upon completing the coursework. Staff plan to provide a future update to the Board as the program details become clear. President Collins supports the changes and requested that Ms. Schwantes share some examples of projects completed. Ms. Schwantes explained the two parts of the program and shared some examples of rain


garden and Manager Sullivan Janzen asked about training for the Stewards having the ability to interact since classes are being held online. Ms. Schwantes replied that the Stewards find that a sense of community is very important for the Stewards. Ms. Schwantes has been scheduling virtual check ins with the stewards and hopes that by next summer she will be able to return to group settings. Motion 20-196: Authorize the Administrator to enter into an Agreement with Freshwater to host up to six Minnesota Water Stewards for the 2021 program year at a cost of $1,500 per steward with a total not to exceed $9,000. Murphy/Sanders Unanimously approved VI.

Unfinished Business A) Como Lake 319 Grant Update (Fossum)

Mr. Fossum provided an update on a small watershed grant. Last year, CRWD was awarded a grant for work related to Como. The grant is renewable for up to 16 years. The grant is a federal program and only eligible for in-lake projects. Staff have been working on a plan and agreement. CRWD has made good progress in explaining how we do not fit the model. Specific project needs to be defined in a ten-year work plan. Every three years the plan would be reevaluated. President Collins asked about projects such as the alum treatment qualifying for the grant. Mr. Fossum replied that monitoring work, shoreland restoration work, and the alum treatment all qualify in the program. Mr. Fossum explained that this program is different from other grants where funding is received for just one project. With this program funding would help in future projects. Manager Murphy asked if the grant would cover testing and treatment of chloride levels. Mr. Fossum replied that funding would cover education and outreach. B) Adopt a Drain Update (Schwantes) Ms. Schwantes provided an update on the Adopt-a-drain program. Ms. Schwantes explained how the adopt-a-drain program has involved residents. The annual promotion of the program is in partnership with the City of St. Paul. The program is promoted through social media posts and educating residents. C) Watershed Based Implementation Funding Update (Doneux) Administrator Doneux provided an update on the Watershed Based Implementation Funding. Administrator Doneux reviewed where the funding has been used in the past and future plans. Past funding was unreliable. A focus group now meets to review funding allocation spread over seven watersheds in four counties. President Collins asked for clarification of the Mississippi East area. Administrator Doneux explained how the boundaries in the metro area are defined. The funding approach for the East Mississippi River Collaborative is:


10% - groundwater implementation 30% - soil and water implement activities 60% - Watershed Organizations with state approved plans CRWD will receive $93,042 in funding. The funding will support CRWD’s 2021 curb cut rain gardens. Administrator Doneux will continue to be an advocate for watershed districts to receive equal funding. Manager Texer shared how funding is an issue and that BWSR has stronger background in soil conservation not from watershed districts. MAWD is trying to educate BWSR about watershed districts. VII.

General Information A) Board of Manager’s Updates

Manager Texer provided an update on the MAWD annual conference. The conference will be held virtually Dec. 1-4. The preconference will be included with registration. Manager Sanders shared an update on the Lake McCarron’s meeting. Manager Murphy asked if there is a list on the website of additional organization that CRWD is affiliated with. Administrator Doneux replied that this would be a good page to add and will talk to Ms. Bromelkamp and Ms. Van Sant about adding. VIII. Next Meetings A) Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 – 4:00 PM – BWSR 10-year plan review B) Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 7:00 PM – CAC Meeting Manager Sanders will attend C) Tuesday, October 20, 2020 – 7:00 PM – Metro MAWD D) Wednesday, October 21, 2020 - 6:00 PM – Regular Board Meeting IX.

Adjournment

Motion 20-197: Adjournment of the October 7, 2020 Regular Board Meeting at 7:40 P.M. Murphy/Sanders Unanimously Approved Respectfully submitted, Michelle Sylvander


October 21, 2020 Board Meeting V. Action Items – B) Accounts Payable & Budget Update (Sylvander)

DATE: October 15, 2020 TO: CRWD Board of Managers FROM: Michelle Sylvander, Office Manager RE: September 2020 Accounts Payable/Receivable and Administrative/Program Budget Report _________________________________________________________________________________

Enclosed are the Accounts Payable/Receivable and the Administrative/Program Budget Reports for the Month of September 2020. Summary of Budget Report: (September Only Expenses) Administrative Budget (100’s) Program Budget (200’s) Project Budget (300’s) Capital Improvement Budget (400’s) Debt Service (500’s)

$ $ $ $ $

116,473.59 112,240.09 39,102.34 532,678.19 0.00

TOTAL

$

800,494.21

Summary of Accounts Payable/Receivable Report through September 30, 2020: (Past, present and future months) (September 2020 Only)

Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable

$ $

830,400.24 21,448.99

Request Action Approve September 2020 Accounts Payable/Receivable and Budget Report and direct Board Treasurer and President to endorse and disperse checks for these payments. enc:

September 2020 Accounts Payable September 2020 Budget Report


2020 Operations and CIP Monthly YTD Expenditures to Budget $8,000,000 $7,000,000 $6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $Jan

Feb

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2020 Operations Budget

Operations Cumulative Expenditures

2020 CIP Budget

CIP Cumulative Expenditures

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Capitol Region Watershed District

Check Register For the Period From Oct 1, 2020 - Oct 31, 2020

Date 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20

Payee Abebe, Tsehaye Alemu, Fromssa Anchor Solar Investments, LLC Applied Ecological Services, Inc. ArchKey Technologies Barr Engineering Benefit Extras, Inc. C Lanphear Design Canteen Castro, Maria Cha, Po X Cinch Web Services City of St. Paul Safety & Inspections Colonial Life Comcast Business Comcast Business - VM Cable Digi-Key Envirocert International, Inc. Fleet One, LLC Floyd Total Security Forestry Suppliers, Inc. Forrest J. Kelley Fresh Color Press Gaylab, Abdinasir Abdullahi Gopher State One HealthPartners Houston Engineering, Inc. Issa, Fartun Kennedy & Graven Landbridge Ecological Lee, Kao Lai Linda White Maintenance Team, Inc. Marco-Minolta Mary Texer McCaren Designs, Inc. Mennards MetLife Metro Conservation District Metropolitan Council Mohamed, Bedria MSR Design Ox Blue Pioneer Press Rachel Contracting Ramsey County Public Works

Total $50.00 50.00 165.43 1,971.25 848.03 20,494.66 94.25 498.78 26.97 50.00 50.00 599.00 189.00 878.62 403.36 1,200.91 888.86 115.00 92.49 798.28 158.70 1,440.00 3,184.50 50.00 62.10 28,717.34 56,508.01 50.00 813.75 16,833.00 50.00 488.00 4,598.00 901.08 1,375.00 555.28 89.61 310.07 1,000.00 12,160.00 50.00 2,483.00 4,997.49 1,686.90 438,617.61 1,456.00

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Check # 20897 20898 20899 20900 20901 20902 20903 20904 20905 20906 20907 20908 20909 20910 20911 20912 20913 20914 20915 20916 20917 20918 20919 20920 20921 20922 20923 20924 20925 20926 20927 20928 20929 20930 20931 20932 20933 20934 20935 20936 20937 20938 20939 20940 20941 20942

Description Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Solar Leasing Willow Reserve Restoration Mgt. Alarm Monitoring/HID Global September Engineering Expense Monthly Benefit Administration Design Work Rent - Brewer Machine Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Wesite Maintenance Commercial Initial Fee Employee Benefits Voice & Internet Business Lines Monitoring Supplies/Router Professional Certification Renewal Fuel for Vehicle Security Camara Rentals Ear Muff/Respirator/Headlamp Office Cleaning Postcards/Lake McCarrons Plan/Mgmt. Plan Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Email Tickets Employee Benefits September Engineering Expense Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Procurement Contracting Project Willow Reserve Project Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. BMP/1458 Hamline Ave. Facilities Mgmt/Window Cleaning Copier Contract Manager Per Diem/Expense Monthly Horticulture Services Supplies Employee Benefits Metro Area Children's Water Festival Lab Analysis Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Architect Services Camera/Solar Power System Legal Notices/Special Meeting Como Zoo & Golf Course Como Pavilion E Coli Analysis


Capitol Region Watershed District

Check Register For the Period From Oct 1, 2020 - Oct 31, 2020

Date 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20 10/21/20

Payee Ramsey County -Attorney Redpath & Company, Ltd. Rick Sanders Rymark Shawn Murphy Sherri Knuth SHRM SRF Consulting, Inc. SRF Consulting, Inc. St. Paul Regional Water Services Staples Business Advantage Suarez, Daniela Rosas Thurlow, Martha Viking Industrial Center Walters Wenck Associates, Inc. Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Xcel Energy Yoseph, Demelash US Bank SUB-TOTAL: SEPTEMBER A/P SEPTEMBER PAYROLL/BENEFITS:

SEPTEMBER TOTAL:

Total 4,207.50 5,500.00 1,250.00 26,600.00 1,375.00 1,272.00 219.00 1,121.28 304.67 14.96 99.17 50.00 750.00 99.00 264.86 19,739.86 11.92 11.48 800.00 350.00 50.00 6,290.64

Check # 20943 20944 20945 20946 20947 20948 20949 20950 20951 20952 20953 20954 20955 20956 20957 20958 20959 20960 20961 20962 20963 20964

Description Attorney Services September Accounting & Payroll Manager Per Diem/Expense Managed Services Manager Per Diem/Expense BMP/875 Parkview Ave. SHRM Renewal Parkview Center School BMP/Final Stormwater Feasibility Study Water & Sewer Supplies Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Well Sealing/1765 Galtier St. Supplies Trash/Recycling Inspections/Permit Program Electrical Services-Kittson St. Electrical Services-Maryland Ave. Monthly Electric Monthly Electric Midway Peace Park Signage Trans. Monthly Credit Card

$678,481.67 151,918.57

$830,400.24

APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:

10/21/2020

SEPTEMBER, 2020 RECEIPTS Fairview & University Highland Bridge 2383 University Avenue Wilder Square 4M Fund-General 4M Fund-Bonds SEPTEMBER RECEIPTS:

$2,000.00 15,300.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 114.79 34.20 $21,448.99

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Permit Fees Surety Permit Fees Permit Fees September Interest - General September Interest - Bonds


Capitol Region Watershed District September 30, 2020 Comparison

Check Register Totals Accounts Payable Checks

$678,481.67

Payroll & Benefits

151,918.57

TOTAL:

$830,400.24

Pre-Paid Expenses:

SEPTEMBER ONLY:

($29,906.03)

$800,494.21

Pre-Paid Expenses: Colonial Life - Ck. #20910 HealthPartners - Ck. #20922 MetLife - Ck. #20934

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$878.62 28,717.34 310.07 $29,906.03


CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST RECAP FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐  SEPTEMBER 30, 2020

19970 ‐ General Administration 20970 ‐ General Administration 20975 ‐ Aldine Operations 20976 ‐ 1736 Thomas Operations 19978 ‐ MAWD 17985 ‐ CRWD History Study 00000 ‐ Administration Allocation

JOB COST #/NAME

2020 ANNUAL BUDGET                                        ‐                          722,700.00                             64,000.00                             55,800.00                               5,000.00

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 330 ‐ Mississippi River Subwatershed 370 ‐ Watershed Management Plan 390 ‐ Special Projects & Grants 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 425 ‐ Wetland, Stream & Ecosystem Restoration 430 ‐ Mississippi River Subwatersheds BMP's 440 ‐ Special Projects & Grants 450 ‐ Future Trends:  Implementation TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT: 14960 ‐ Debt & Loan Service 15 TOTAL DEBT SERVICES: TOTAL ALL FUNDS:

 

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                                  ‐                   103,737.76 8,764.15                        3,971.68                                  ‐                                  ‐ (357,670.00)                                  ‐ $489,830.00 $116,473.59 236,062.00                           115.00 8,280.00                           750.00                             12,750.00                           498.60 390,790.00 33,664.95 786,810.00 13,201.02 657,830.00 41,427.21 548,260.00 20,297.24 65,730.00 860.98 121,070.00 696.60 50,390.00 462.97 36,000.00                           265.52 $2,913,972.00 $112,240.09 121,608.00                                  ‐ 8,000.00                           363.53 113,540.00 6,160.28 68,720.00                        2,072.21                             49,880.00                           228.94 410,360.00 2,931.61 28,860.00 285.22 385,120.00 4,255.99 155,510.00 15,827.42                             99,050.00                        6,977.14 $1,440,648.00 $39,102.34 $4,844,450.00 $267,816.02 1,447,610.00                   497,531.33 755,540.00 2,082.26 13,540.00                      19,294.76 566,250.00                             80.10 30,000.00                                  ‐ 1,344,650.00 13,277.13 1,677,700.00                           226.77 50,000.00                           185.84 $5,885,290.00 $532,678.19 1,057,243.00                                  ‐ $1,057,243.00                                  ‐

YEAR‐TO‐DATE EXPENDITURES                  17,985.91                 867,683.76 95,441.81                   45,187.97                      1,953.23                      7,000.00                               ‐ $1,035,252.68                         731.08                   13,762.28                   28,706.80 269,299.91 179,035.51 372,375.07 208,681.22 30,794.13 35,292.92 12,324.68                   14,376.10 $1,165,379.70                               ‐                   43,261.85 59,686.53                   30,335.43                         300.02 70,110.53 4,122.74 107,993.48 121,157.67                   67,169.56 $504,137.81 $2,704,770.19              1,583,871.57 301,426.95                   38,752.15                         270.24                 330,000.00 113,710.02                   67,078.54                      6,941.44 $2,442,050.91                 979,569.22 $979,569.22

BALANCE OF BUDGET REMAINING (17,985.91) (144,983.76) (31,441.81) 10,612.03 3,046.77 (7,000.00) (357,670.00) ($545,422.68)                    235,330.92 (5,482.28)                     (15,956.80) 121,490.09 607,774.49 285,454.93 339,578.78 34,935.87 85,777.08 38,065.32 21,623.90 $1,748,592.30 121,608.00 (35,261.85) 53,853.47 38,384.57                      49,579.98 340,249.47 24,737.26 277,126.52 34,352.33                      31,880.44 $936,510.19 $2,139,679.81 (136,261.57) 454,113.05 (25,212.15) 565,979.76 (300,000.00) 1,230,939.98 1,610,621.46 43,058.56 $3,443,239.09 77,673.78 $77,673.78

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED ‐‐‐ 120.06% 149.13% 80.98% 39.06% ‐‐‐ 0.00% 211.35% 0.31% 166.21% 225.15% 68.91% 22.75% 56.61% 38.06% 46.85% 29.15% 24.46% 39.93% 39.99% 0.00% 540.77% 52.57% 44.14% 0.60% 17.09% 14.29% 28.04% 77.91% 67.81% 34.99% 55.83% 109.41% 39.90% 286.20% 0.05% 1100.00% 8.46% 4.00% 13.88% 41.49% 92.65% 92.65%

$11,786,983.00

$800,494.21

$6,126,390.32

$5,660,592.68

51.98%

Fund Balance FUND BALANCES @ 12/31/19 Operations 1,891,112.34 Capital Improvement 3,078,008.95 Debt Service 186,690.88 Building/Bond Proceeds                       1,685,217.80 TOTAL FUND BALANCE: $6,841,029.97

2020 Fund Transfers                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐ $0.00

Year‐to‐Date Revenue             2,453,642.09              2,663,893.00                 537,387.10                               ‐ $5,654,922.19

Year‐to‐Date Expenditures $2,704,770.19 2,442,050.91 979,569.22                                  ‐ $6,126,390.32

Fund Balance @ 09/30/20 1,639,984.24 3,299,851.04 (255,491.24) 1,685,217.80 $6,369,561.84

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020   CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                               ‐ 103,737.76                     8,764.15                     3,971.68                               ‐                               ‐ (357,670.00)                               ‐ $116,473.59 TOTAL GENERAL ADMINISTRATION: $489,830.00 20000 ‐ Administration Allocation 236,062.00                         115.00 19000 ‐ District Permit Program                             ‐                               ‐ 20099 ‐ District Permit Program               191,540.00                   12,782.29 20101 ‐ Permit Tracking & Database Management                 14,850.00                               ‐ 19102 ‐ Construction Inspection                             ‐                               ‐ 20102 ‐ Construction Inspection               148,650.00                      1,999.51 19103 ‐ Permit Closure & Post Construction Inspection/Maintenance                             ‐                               ‐ 20103 ‐ Closure & Post Construction Inspection 35,750.00                           28.36 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ ‐ Permits                             ‐                   18,854.79 19120 ‐ Evaluate Rules/TAC Meetings                             ‐                               ‐ 20120 ‐ Evaluate Rules/Hold TAC Meetings 12,750.00                         498.60 19130 ‐ Groundwater Protection ‐ Well Sealing                             ‐                               ‐ 20130 ‐ Groundwater Protection ‐ Well Sealing                   8,280.00                         750.00 18143 ‐ Stewardship Grants                             ‐                               ‐ 19143 ‐ Stewardship Grants                             ‐                               ‐ 20143 ‐ Stewardship Grants               432,450.00                   11,374.18 19144 ‐ Partner Grants                             ‐                               ‐ 20144 ‐ Partner Grants               130,200.00                      1,599.52 20145 ‐ Inspiring Communities Program                 20,540.00                               ‐ 20146 ‐ SPS Rain Garden Projects 20,150.00                           51.72 16147 ‐ TWP Blvd. Rain Gardens               183,470.00                         175.60 19200 ‐ Baseline Monitoring & Data Collection                             ‐                               ‐ 20200 ‐ Baseline Monitoring Data Collection               327,070.00                   31,799.19 19205 ‐ Lake Monitoring & Data Collection                             ‐                               ‐ 20205 ‐ Lake Monitoring & Data Collection               105,190.00                      1,825.59 19210 ‐ Villa Park Monitoring & Data Collection                             ‐                               ‐ 20210 ‐ Villa Park Monitoring & Data Collection                 32,900.00                      1,216.77 19215 ‐ Wetland Bio‐Monitoring                             ‐                               ‐ 20215 ‐ Wetland Bio‐Monitoring                 20,050.00                         257.25 20220 ‐ WISKI Database Website                 57,480.00                         245.64 20225 ‐ Remote Data Access & Set Up                 14,680.00                         167.17 19230 ‐ BMP Monitoring                             ‐                               ‐ 20230 ‐ BMP Monitoring                 50,050.00                      5,915.60 15231 ‐ AHUG Exfiltration Monitoring                 20,360.00                               ‐ 17232 ‐ Midway Office WH Monitoring                 30,050.00                               ‐ 19250 ‐ General Outreach & Communications                             ‐                               ‐

19970 ‐ General Administration 20970 ‐ General Administration 20975 ‐ Aldine Operations 20976 ‐ 1736 Thomas Operations 20978 ‐ MAWD 17985 ‐ CRWD History Study 10000 ‐ Administration Allocation

JOB COST #/NAME

2020 ANNUAL BUDGET                             ‐               722,700.00                 64,000.00                 55,800.00                   5,000.00

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING 17,985.91 (17,985.91) 867,683.76 (144,983.76)                     95,441.81 (31,441.81)                     45,187.97 10,612.03                       1,953.23 3,046.77                       7,000.00 (7,000.00)                                 ‐ (357,670.00) $1,035,252.68 ($545,422.68)                           731.08                 235,330.92 9,391.68 (9,391.68)                   103,083.42 88,456.58                                 ‐ 14,850.00                             76.18 (76.18)                     12,984.77 135,665.23                           479.66 (479.66)                       3,352.18 32,397.82                   139,932.02 (139,932.02)                       2,802.98 (2,802.98)                     25,903.82 (13,153.82)                       2,267.25 (2,267.25)                     11,495.03 (3,215.03)                           206.07 (206.07)                     15,852.25 (15,852.25)                   123,047.80 309,402.20                           983.80 (983.80)                     19,398.98 110,801.02                                 ‐ 20,540.00                       3,023.48 17,126.52                     16,523.13 166,946.87                     29,179.55 (29,179.55)                   280,880.13 46,189.87                           234.60 (234.60)                       6,239.12 98,950.88                       2,465.02 (2,465.02)                       5,104.13 27,795.87                       5,301.35 (5,301.35)                       1,482.65 18,567.35                     17,760.55 39,719.45                       1,083.06 13,596.94                       7,764.64 (7,764.64)                     14,880.27 35,169.73                                 ‐ 20,360.00                                 ‐ 30,050.00                     10,947.96 (10,947.96)

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED ‐‐‐ 120.06% 149.13% 80.98% 39.06% ‐‐‐ 0.00% 211.35% 0.31% ‐‐‐ 53.82% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 8.74% ‐‐‐ 9.38% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 203.17% ‐‐‐ 138.83% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 28.45% ‐‐‐ 14.90% 0.00% 15.00% 9.01% ‐‐‐ 85.88% ‐‐‐ 5.93% ‐‐‐ 15.51% ‐‐‐ 7.39% 30.90% 7.38% ‐‐‐ 29.73% 0.00% 0.00% ‐‐‐

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020       JOB COST #/NAME 20250 ‐ General Outreach & Communications 20255 ‐ Leaf & Litter Clean Ups 20260 ‐ Municipal Training 19262 ‐ Youth Outreach 20262 ‐ Youth Outreach 19265 ‐ Sponsorships & Partnerships 20265 ‐ Sponsorships & Partnerships 19268 ‐ Adopt A Drain 20268 ‐ Adopt A Drain 19270 ‐ Website & Social Media 20270 ‐ Website 19271 ‐ Master Water Stewards 20271 ‐ Master Water Stewards 17274 ‐ TWP Communications 19275 ‐ Events 20275 ‐ Events 16277 ‐ TWP ‐ Adopt a Drain 16278 ‐ TWP Leaf & Litter Clean Ups 19279 ‐ Social Media 20279 ‐ Social Media 20280 ‐ 595 Aldine Education & Outreach 19285 ‐ Awards & Recognition Programs 20285 ‐ Awards Program 20300 ‐ Plan Review & Tech Committee 19303 ‐ BMP Database Maintenance/Updates 20303 ‐ BMP Database 20330 ‐ District Research Program 19333 ‐ Public Art Program 20333 ‐ Public Art Program 20334 ‐ 595 Aldine Art 20335 ‐ Diversity & Inclusion 20336 ‐ Climate Change Impacts ‐ Research and Action 19370 ‐ GIS Program Development 20370 ‐ GIS Program Development 19390 ‐ Safety Training 20390 ‐ Safety Training 19395 ‐ Safety Program Updates/Audits 20395 ‐ Safety Program Updates/Audits 20396 ‐ Safety Equipment

2020 ANNUAL BUDGET               259,510.00                 10,460.00 14,820.00                             ‐                 10,870.00                             ‐                 28,420.00                             ‐ 18,530.00                             ‐                 24,990.00                             ‐                 30,840.00                   7,140.00                             ‐ 15,060.00                   4,460.00                   6,460.00                             ‐ 7,530.00                 85,000.00                             ‐ 14,100.00                 15,050.00                             ‐                 50,680.00                 50,850.00                             ‐ 29,560.00 10,640.00                 10,000.00 20,020.00                             ‐                 50,390.00                             ‐                 13,430.00                 10,630.00                             ‐ 11,940.00 TOTAL PROGRAMS: $2,913,972.00

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                   11,865.73                         244.64                               ‐                               ‐                           61.21                               ‐                      1,899.93                               ‐                           76.98                               ‐                      1,402.28                               ‐                         199.41                         231.86                               ‐ 4,079.39                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                         235.81                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                         166.17                               ‐                         694.81                         438.04                               ‐                         158.39                               ‐                         100.17                               ‐                               ‐                         462.97                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                         106.82                         158.70 $112,240.09

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING                   117,363.18 142,146.82                           347.93 10,112.07                                 ‐ 14,820.00                             34.57 (34.57)                       2,160.45 8,709.55                           189.93 (189.93)                     12,049.09 16,370.91                       2,386.54 (2,386.54)                     10,317.09 8,212.91                           223.58 (223.58)                       6,273.97 18,716.03                             34.57 (34.57)                     19,855.35 10,984.65                       1,891.54 5,248.46 189.81 (189.81) 7,812.98 7,247.02                             31.97 4,428.03                                 ‐ 6,460.00                             99.15 (99.15)                       2,850.47 4,679.53                       6,723.00 78,277.00                       6,830.20 (6,830.20)                             67.89 14,032.11                           487.46 14,562.54                           553.54 (553.54)                     29,753.13 20,926.87                     27,968.78 22,881.22                           172.43 (172.43)                       6,603.72 22,956.28                                 ‐ 10,640.00                           547.99 9,452.01                                 ‐ 20,020.00                           158.29 (158.29)                     12,166.39 38,223.61                           108.47 (108.47)                       5,630.83 7,799.17                           264.72 10,365.28                       5,487.03 (5,487.03)                       2,885.05 9,054.95               1,165,379.70 $1,748,592.30

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED 45.22% 3.33% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 19.88% ‐‐‐ 42.40% ‐‐‐ 55.68% ‐‐‐ 25.11% ‐‐‐ 64.38% 26.49% ‐‐‐ 51.88% 0.72% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 37.85% 7.91% ‐‐‐ 0.48% 3.24% ‐‐‐ 58.71% 55.00% ‐‐‐ 22.34% 0.00% 5.48% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 24.14% ‐‐‐ 41.93% 2.49% ‐‐‐ 24.16% 39.99%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020       JOB COST #/NAME 30000 ‐ Administration Allocation 20405 ‐ St. Paul Natural Resources Intern Program 19605 ‐ Lower Phalen Creek/Rush Line 19421 ‐ Como BMP Maintenance & Inspection 20421 ‐ Como BMP Maintenance 20424 ‐ Como Lake Aquatic Plant Management 20425 ‐ Como Pond Optic RTC O & M 18427 ‐ Como Lake Management Plan 20427 ‐ Como Lake Shoreline Management 19428 ‐ Como Lake Aquatic Plant Management 19470 ‐ AIS Management 18476 ‐ Upper Villa Maintenance 19476 ‐ Upper Villa Maintenance 19477 ‐ TWP ‐ Lake McCarron's Management Plan 20477 ‐ Parkview O & M 20478 ‐ Williams St. Pond O & M 20510 ‐ Willow Reserve Management 19550 ‐ Inspection & Annual Maintenance 20550 ‐ TBI Inspection and Maintenance 14552 ‐ TBI Easement Verification & Documentation 20560 ‐ TBI Subwatershed Study 20570 ‐ NPDES MS4 Stormwater Program 18575 ‐ Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination Program 20575 ‐ Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination 20620 ‐ Green Infrastructure for Innovation Districts 19621 ‐ Snelling Midway Redevelopment O & M 18622 ‐ Ford Site Planning 18623 ‐ Ford Site Area C 18624 ‐ CCLRT BMP Maintenance 19624 ‐ Green Line BMP Maintenance 20624 ‐ Geenn Line BMP Maintenance 20625 ‐ Snelling Midway Site 19630 ‐ Gortner Avenue Feasility Study 19 19631 ‐ Highland Ravine Maintenance 20631 ‐ Highland Ravine BMP Maintenance 18650 ‐ 2020 Watershed Management Plan 19660 ‐ Special Grants ‐ Project Development 20660 ‐ Special Grants ‐ Project Development 19662 ‐ 1919 University Avenue 19665 ‐ Science Museum Feasibility

2020 ANNUAL BUDGET 121,608.00 8,000.00                             ‐                             ‐                 26,120.00                 45,400.00                   9,800.00                             ‐                 32,220.00                             ‐                 14,100.00 29,160.00                             ‐                 10,700.00                   9,800.00                   4,960.00                 49,880.00                             ‐               180,000.00 150,250.00                 50,050.00 10,060.00                             ‐ 20,000.00 75,070.00 49,570.00               150,900.00                 31,300.00                             ‐                             ‐                 34,530.00                 43,750.00                             ‐                             ‐                 28,860.00               155,510.00                             ‐                 99,050.00                             ‐                             ‐ TOTAL PROJECTS: $1,440,648.00 TOTAL OPERATING FUND: $4,844,450.00

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                               ‐                               ‐                         363.53                               ‐                         284.40                         427.58                               ‐                      1,511.02                         939.60                      2,997.68                               ‐                         110.78                               ‐                      1,961.43                               ‐                               ‐                         228.94                               ‐                      2,463.67                               ‐                         467.94                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                         185.93                      1,863.09                      1,601.46                               ‐                               ‐                         605.51                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                         285.22                   15,827.42                               ‐                      3,812.71                           43.49                      3,120.94 $39,102.34 $267,816.02

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING                                 ‐ 121,608.00                                 ‐ 8,000.00                     43,261.85 (43,261.85)                           416.30 (416.30)                     12,152.17 13,967.83                       4,452.58 40,947.42                       3,498.20 6,301.80                       5,435.85 (5,435.85)                       3,298.97 28,921.03                     30,432.46 (30,432.46)                             46.05 14,053.95                       3,444.11 25,715.89                             18.81 (18.81)                     26,826.46 (16,126.46)                                 ‐ 9,800.00                                 ‐ 4,960.00                           300.02 49,579.98                       1,898.49 (1,898.49)                     65,058.70 114,941.30                                 ‐ 150,250.00                       1,531.61 48,518.39                       1,167.93 8,892.07                           209.08 (209.08)                           244.72 19,755.28                           166.17 74,903.83                     49,344.84 225.16                     27,003.02 123,896.98                     13,577.33 17,722.67                           484.50 (484.50)                           357.87 (357.87)                     16,410.04 18,119.96                           415.11 43,334.89                           234.60 (234.60)                           168.56 (168.56)                       3,954.18 24,905.82                   121,157.67 34,352.33                     10,547.83 (10,547.83)                     42,492.47 56,557.53                           168.51 (168.51)                     13,960.75 (13,960.75)                  504,137.81 $936,510.19 $2,704,770.19 $2,139,679.81

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED 0.00% 0.00% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 46.52% 9.81% 35.70% ‐‐‐ 10.24% ‐‐‐ 0.33% 11.81% ‐‐‐ 250.71% 0.00% 0.00% 0.60% ‐‐‐ 36.14% 0.00% 3.06% 11.61% ‐‐‐ 1.22% 0.22% 99.55% 17.89% 43.38% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 47.52% 0.95% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 13.70% 77.91% ‐‐‐ 42.90% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 34.99% 55.83%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHE DISTRICT JOB COST DETAIL FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020       JOB COST #/NAME 20702 ‐ Como Lake BMP Engineering 19703 ‐ Como Lake In‐Lake Management 16705 ‐ TWP Como BMP McMurray 19706 ‐ Como Lake Alum Treatment 16715 ‐ TWP Como Sr. High 16720 ‐ Willow Reserve Restoration Project 16752 ‐ TWP ‐ McCarrons BMP ‐ Parkview 19790 ‐ Loeb Lake Shoreline Restoration 16815 ‐ TBI Repairs ‐ St. 0+00 ‐ 28+49 20820 ‐ TBI Repair ‐ Station 28+65 ‐ 50+72 19850 ‐ Land Conservation Funding 13852 ‐ Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary 16881 ‐ Green Line Redevelopment BMP's 16886 ‐ Lauderdale Subwatershed Stormwater Improvement Project 19890 ‐ Midway Peace Park 20891 ‐ Ford Site 20892 ‐ Science Museum of Minnesota 19910 ‐ Special Grants 20913 ‐ Project Initiatives 16917 ‐ Swede Hollow Construction 16920 ‐ TWP Grant Administration 19925 ‐ Springboard for the Arts Headquarters 17926 ‐ Adams Spanish Immersion 17929 ‐ Wilder Square Condo 16950 ‐ New Office Facility TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT: 14960 ‐ Debt & Loan Service  TOTAL DEBT SERVICES:

2020 ANNUAL BUDGET 149,840.00 357,550.00 940,220.00                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐               755,540.00                 13,540.00                             ‐ 566,250.00 30,000.00                             ‐ 0.00               500,250.00                 20,000.00               749,600.00                 74,800.00               402,900.00            1,270,000.00                             ‐                   4,800.00                             ‐                             ‐                             ‐                 50,000.00 $5,885,290.00 1,057,243.00 $1,057,243.00

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES                               ‐                           69.55                 497,338.25                           80.04                           43.49                   19,294.76                      2,082.26                               ‐                               ‐                           80.10                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                   12,390.64                         886.49                               ‐                               ‐                         129.32                               ‐                               ‐                           97.45                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                         185.84 $532,678.19                               ‐                               ‐

TOTAL ALL FUNDS:

$11,786,983.00

$800,494.21

YEAR‐TO‐DATE BALANCE OF  EXPENDITURES BUDGET REMAINING                                 ‐ 149,840.00                       9,732.97 347,817.03                1,383,681.97 (443,461.97)                   190,413.14 (190,413.14)                             43.49 (43.49)                     38,752.15 (38,752.15)                   301,426.95 454,113.05                                 ‐ 13,540.00                             59.45 (59.45)                           210.79 566,039.21                                 ‐ 30,000.00                   330,000.00 (330,000.00)                           678.54 (678.54)                     96,157.47 404,092.53                     16,874.01 3,125.99                           388.92 749,211.08                             44.04 74,755.96                       8,566.04 394,333.96                                 ‐ 1,270,000.00                             40.57 (40.57)                       1,367.91 3,432.09                             86.38 (86.38)                     56,500.00 (56,500.00)                             84.68 (84.68)                       6,941.44 43,058.56 $2,442,050.91 $3,443,239.09                   979,569.22 77,673.78 $979,569.22 $77,673.78 $6,126,390.32

$5,660,592.68

% OF BUDGET EXPENDED 0.00% 2.72% 147.17% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 39.90% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 0.04% 0.00% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 19.22% 84.37% 0.05% 0.06% 2.13% 0.00% ‐‐‐ 28.50% ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ 13.88% 41.49% 92.65% 92.65% 51.98%

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT PERMITS FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 PERMIT   NUMBER 9017 9028 10009 11008 11014 11017 11029 12003 12017 12023 13003 14018 14025 14026 14029 14034 14041 16012 16016 16019 16020 16021 16024 16025 16028 16029 16032 16033 17001 17002 17003 17008 17013 17014 17015 17018 17020 17022 17023 17024 18001 18002 18004 18007

PERMIT NAME Knapp‐Raymond Gillette AACC Como Park HS Total Tool Supply AGAPE School Hmongtown Market Schmidt Brewery Cretin‐Derham Hall Cayuga Ford Site Demo MN Pass Frogtown Farms E. 7th Mississippi Market Pleasant Ridge St. Agnes School East 7th Senior Apartments Higher Ground St. Paul Police Facility Willow Reserve Habitat of Humanity Roselawn Cemetary Dorothy Day Place 2300 Territorial Apartments Hmong Academy Expansion Snelling Midway Adams School Boaters Outlet SPJCC Addition AET Campus Expansion Horace Mann Elementary Highland Park Elementary Como Park Sr. High School SPA Expansion Great River Schools Residence Inn Grand Avenue Wheelock Dale Victoria Exchange Street Apartments Transfer Road Storage Regions Birth Center Weyerhaeuser Apts. St. Catherine Library Lot Sylvan Park Improvements Menards Trnasload Terminal Como Paving 2018 Woodlawn Jefferson

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

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES

YEAR‐TO‐DATE EXPENDITURES

                                ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                           100.00                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                              92.92                                  ‐                              92.92                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                           418.20                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                           248.50                           934.60                                  ‐                                  ‐                           585.78                                  ‐                                  ‐

                       416.10                     1,117.90                         234.80                         847.85                     1,030.40                           64.80                         266.99                         177.70                           75.60                     9,981.33                           70.90                         113.90                         475.10                         210.00                         291.30                         323.20                         850.38                         301.20                           21.28                         779.01                         775.30                         270.48                         610.37                     2,113.70                         440.30                           92.92                         249.70                         147.60                     1,294.90                         620.32                         190.46                         415.80                         418.20                         485.90                         340.40                         907.60                         143.07                     3,970.79                     5,187.50                         350.67                         133.32                     2,117.41                         229.50                         359.47

BALANCE OF PERMIT BUDGET REMAINING

% OF PERMIT BUDGET EXPENDED

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

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

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT PERMITS FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 PERMIT   NUMBER 18008 18009 18011 18012 18013 18014 18015 18016 18017 18018 18020 18021 18022 18023 19001 19004 19005 19006 19009 19010 19011 19012 19013 19014 19015 19016 19017 19020 19023 19024 19025 19026 19028 19029 19030 20001 20002 20003 20004 20005 20007 20008 20009 20010

PERMIT NAME Vomela Beacon Bluff Seal Island at Como Zoo Hendrickson Apartments Scheffer Community Center Beacon Bluff Opus Morning Star Met Council Villa Park Sanitary O'Gara's Mixed Use Cathedral Hill Payne Building Development Albion Senior Community Parkview Filtration Surcharge Rivoli Phase III Roseville Aldi Fairview Avenue Wheelock 4, Western to Rice Midway Peace Park McCarrons Hill St. Thomas Iverson Center Raymond Station Summit Avenue Bridge Reconstruction UST 2nd Year Housing St. Paul Gateway Mixed Use 104 MRB Waterford Bay Dale Street Bridge Reconstruction Urban Academy Addition Harambee Elementary School Audit AgroPur 2019 Lexington Parkway Realingment Lower Landing Tumble Fresh Coin Operated Laundry Hidden Falls Flood Clean Up Como Avenue Trail Project Five Star Storage Dickerman Park Site Improvements Tedesco St. Paving Project SPPS Service Facility Addition Griggs‐Scheffer Street Project Washington Tech HS Field Improvement Xcel County Road B Tamarack Pathway Ford Site Redevelopment Enclave at McCarrons Lake

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

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES

YEAR‐TO‐DATE EXPENDITURES

                      1,903.12                           464.86                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                              42.54                                  ‐                              24.60                              24.60                              21.28                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                           155.20                                  ‐                           237.27                           185.84                                  ‐                           258.53                           654.44                           378.00                              28.36                                  ‐                           300.49                              56.73                                  ‐                           495.75                                  ‐                           603.97                           257.97                           440.84                                  ‐                           671.44                                  ‐                           248.50                           696.03                           428.53                           614.75                              24.60                                  ‐                                  ‐                           506.85                                  ‐

                   2,001.87                     4,413.85                     1,152.46                     2,319.84                         241.50                     3,044.85                           70.90                     1,198.12                         384.68                           84.64                         452.60                           81.96                     3,828.68                     1,078.78                         155.20                         256.64                     1,932.42                     1,095.27                     1,003.22                         750.12                     2,786.49                         834.06                         488.44                           19.04                     1,913.87                     1,013.97                         740.47                     1,634.02                         163.92                     2,356.03                         403.66                     3,473.50                         784.81                     1,820.03                     2,381.93                     2,083.58                     3,153.64                     3,331.02                     3,024.69                     2,651.03                     1,144.24                         451.29                     3,691.30                           84.63

BALANCE OF PERMIT BUDGET REMAINING

% OF PERMIT BUDGET EXPENDED

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

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

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CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT PERMITS FOR THE PERIOD SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 ‐ SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 PERMIT   NUMBER

PERMIT NAME

PERMITTING BUDGET

20011 20013 20014 20015 20016 20017 20018 20019 20020 20021 20023 20025 20026 20027 20028 20029 20030 20031

Randolph Square ‐ Riverbend Business Ford Site Redevelopment Stormwater University & Dale Affordable Housing Ford Site Redevelopment Wetland Ayd Mill Road Hamm's Brewery 2227 University Mixed Use Marshall & Finn Apartments Wilder Square Hope Community Academy 2383 University Highland Bridge Lot 1 Block 3 Hmong Academy Middle School Hidden Falls South Gillette POP22 Fairview & University MnDoT SP 6282‐231 TH 94 Highland Bridge Rowhomes Model

20000

Sub‐Total: Permits General Permitting

                       ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐                         ‐

                       ‐                         ‐ TOTAL PERMITS:           191,540.00

CURRENT MONTH EXPENDITURES

YEAR‐TO‐DATE EXPENDITURES

BALANCE OF PERMIT BUDGET REMAINING

% OF PERMIT BUDGET EXPENDED

                                ‐                                  ‐                              21.28                                  ‐                           653.81                                  ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                           589.00                                  ‐                           180.00                                  ‐                        1,493.45                        1,472.99                        1,255.25                           683.50                           282.90                              24.60

                   2,668.48                   12,025.09                     1,809.77                         484.91                     1,729.72                     1,126.50                     1,075.90                     1,612.00                     2,096.20                     1,145.60                     1,314.18                         555.40                     2,101.05                     2,323.69                     1,379.85                         683.50                         282.90                           24.60

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

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

18,854.79                     12,782.29                     31,637.08

139,932.02                                  ‐                               ‐                 112,475.10                                   ‐                               ‐                252,407.12 ($60,867.12) 131.78%

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October 21, 2020 V. Action Items C) Approve 2020 Employee Benefits Program (Doneux)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

October 15, 2020 Board of Managers Mark Doneux 2021 Employee Benefit Program

Background The District has purchased a health benefit package from Health Partners through the Bearance Management Group since 2012. Each year the District must renew and enroll employees into benefit plans. Issues Staff has obtained benefit quotes from the Bearance Management Group for health, dental and insurance coverage. Bearance Management Group obtains quotes from at least three vendors when soliciting benefit quotes. Rates increased 5-18% for medical and were virtually unchanged for Dental. Open enrollment will begin on October 22nd and end on November 23rd. There will be an employee benefits informational meeting on Tuesday, October 27th. The Personnel Committee met and recommends approval of the attached plan for 2021. Requested Action Approve the 2021 Employee Benefit Program enc:

2021 Capitol Region Watershed District Employee Benefit Program

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


2021 Capitol Region Watershed District Employee Benefit Program October 21, 2020 Open Enrollment CRWD will again be offering medical, dental and ancillary insurance benefits to staff in 2021. Open enrollment will begin on October 22nd and end on November 23rd, 2020. Plan Summary Medical The District will require a monthly employee contribution of $65.00, and $50.00 for single, $150.00, and $100.00 for single plus one and $210.00, and $160.00 for Family health insurance for the renewal plan, Alternate 1 (Health Partners SE Open Access Platinum) and Alternate 2 Health Partners SE Open Access HSA Gold) respectively. Rates effective January 1, 2021. These rates represent a $5 increase for Single, Single Plus 1 and Family coverage respectively compared to 2020. The District will contribute to a HSA plan for employees that select Alternative 2. First time enrollees will receive $1,000 for single, $2,000 for single plus one and $2,000 for family. Employees that start mid-year will receive a prorated contribution based on effective date of benefits. Contributions will be paid out at ½ by January 1, 2021 and ½ paid out by June 30, 2021. Renewing employees of Alternative 2 will receive $500 for single, $1,000 for single plus one and $1,000 for family. The District will provide payroll deductions and employee contributions to Health Care Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, and Dependent Care Spending Accounts. Dental The District will require a monthly employee contribution of $10.00 for single, $20.00 for Single Plus One and $40.00 for Family dental insurance, effective January 1, 2021. These rates are the same as 2020. Insurance Coverage The District will continue to provide ancillary employee benefits including life, short term disability and long-term disability insurance. These programs and the employee/District contributions will be consistent to those offered in 2020. The District will continue to provide Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability coverage consistent with the CRWD 2020 Program and allow employees to purchase additional coverage at their cost. Staff will have the ability to choose between seven (7) different elimination period options. The elimination period is the time from the event until coverage begins. Staff will also have the option to purchase accident insurance coverage.


CRWD 2021 Benefit Program Coverage Summary October 21, 2020 Page Two Table 1- Proposed 2021 Monthly Health Insurance Employee Contributions Employee Contribution Single Single +1 Family

Alternate 1 2021 – Platinum Renewal $65 $150 $210

Alternate 2 2021 – HSA Renewal $50 $100 $160

Table 2 - Proposed 2021 Monthly Dental Insurance Employee Contributions Same at 2020 rates Employee Contribution

2021 Renewal

Single

$10

Single + 1

$20

Family

$40

Table 3 – Life Insurance 2021 Rates Life Insurance - MetLife Basic (Core) Life/AD&D Monthly Premium (District Paid equal to annual salary up to $100,000 coverage) $0.161/$1,000 annual salary Optional Life/AD&D (Employee Paid) (employee maximum: 5x salary or $500,000; spouse maximum $100,000, 50% of employee amount) Age Monthly Premium per $1,000 benefit 29 or less $0.098 30-34 $0.115 35-39 $0.125 40-44 $0.168 45-49 $0.245 50-54 $0.366 55-59 $0.547 Dependent Life Coverage (Employee Paid) $1,000, $2,000, $4,000, $5,000 OR $10,000 per month per dependent unit

Monthly Premium $0.29 per $1,000 coverage

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


CRWD 2020 Benefit Program Coverage Summary October 21, 2020 Page Three Table 4 - Long Term Disability LONG-TERM DISABILITY - MetLife 60% Income Replacement (District Paid) All ages $0.225/$100 monthly salary No Optional Buy up

Table 5 – Short-Term Disability SHORT-TERM DISABILITY – Colonial Life (All premiums employee paid) Up to $4,000/week, 22 weeks Elimination Period Accident/Illness 17-49 Years 50-64 Years

0/7 7/7 7/14 0/14 14/14 0/30 30/30 $3.74 $3.49 $2.66 $2.75 $2.45 $1.95 $1.57 $4.86 $4.61 $3.25 $5.54 $3.12 $2.75 $2.37

Table 6 Accident Insurance ACCIDENT INSURANCE - Colonial (All premiums employee paid) *rates are monthly Employee Employee + Spouse Employee +1Child Plan 2 $10.54 $16.78 $18.96 Plan 3 $15.76 $24.81 $27.26 enc:

Family $25.20 $36.31

2021 Health Partners Medical and Dental Plan for CRWD

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


Capitol Region Watershed District 2021 Benefit Plans Effective Date: Approved: Draft

January 1, 2021

2021 Medical Benefit Plans Alternate 1 - Health Partners SE Open Access

Alternate 2 - Health Partners SE Open Access

Platinum 25-95

Change from 2020

HSA Gold 2000-100

Change from 2020

$65.00 $464.86 $529.86

$5.00 $0.25 $5.25

$50.00 $385.42 $435.42

$5.00 $4.31 $0.69

Single + Employee District 1* Total

$150.00 $990.96 $1,140.96

$5.00 $6.32 $11.32

$100.00 $837.60 $937.60

$5.00 -$3.50 $1.50

Employee District Total

$210.00 $1,814.22 $2,024.22

$5.00 $15.06 $20.08

$160.00 $1,503.42 $1,663.42

$5.00 $2.36 $2.64

Monthly Rates

Single*

Family*

Employee District Total

1st time enrollees, District Contribution to HSA. 1/2 Paid on January 1 and 1/2 on June 30, of plan year. New employees receive prorated contribution based effective date of benefits.

$0

Single - $1,000 Single + 1 - $2,000 Family - $2,000

Future annual District contribution to HSA All paid on February 1 of Plan Year

$0

Single - $500 Single + 1 - $1,000 Family - $1,000

None

$2,000/$4,000

$3,000/$6,000

$2,000/$4,000

5%

0%

DEDUCTIBLE Person/Family (Medical) OUT-OF-POCKET MAX Person/Family (Medical) COINSURANCE OFFICE VISITS & URGENT CARE COPAY EMERGENCY ROOM INPATIENT/OUTPATIENT HOSPITAL PRESCRIPTION DRUG

$25 Copay

Deductions & Coinsurance

$100 Copay

Deductions & Coinsurance

Deductions & Coinsurance

Deductions & Coinsurance

$15/$50/$100

Deductions & Coinsurance

This outline summarizes certain provisions of the plans illustrated. Complete plan information is included in the legal documents and brochures that govern each plan. If there is a difference between this handout and the legal documents, the documents which are available upon request, will govern.

2020 Dental Benefit Plan Health Partners Monthly Open Access

Change from 2020

100/80/50 Plan $10.00 $36.61 $46.61

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Employee Single + District 1* Total

$20.00 $72.76 $92.76

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Employee District Total

$40.00 $64.88 $104.88

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Single*

Family*

Employee District Total

*Coverage Cost Assumptions - Single = 30 Year Old, Single + 1 = Two 35 Year Olds, Family = Two 40 year olds plus two dependents <17 years old


October 21, 2020 Board Meeting V. D. Action Items â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Approve Villa Park Sediment Pond Outlet Design Agreement (Sellner)

DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

October 15, 2020 CRWD Board of Managers Joe Sellner, Water Resource Specialist Approve Villa Park Sediment Pond Outlet Design Agreement

Background

The pipe that connects the Sedimentation Basin to Wet Cell #5 in Villa Park is the location of the Districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Villa Park Inlet Monitoring Station (See enclosed map). This pipe and its upstream inlet structure have had a long history of becoming blocked with debris following rain fall events. This clogging has required the use of significant maintenance time and resources for the City of Roseville. The debris around and in the pipe that cause clogging has led to additional CRWD staff time to ensure high quality monitoring data. Additionally, an inlet channel that drains to the sedimentation basin from County Rd B (marked northwest footbridge and weir on map) is eroding and the existing geogrid structure is failing. In 2014, CRWD and Roseville staff discussed replacement of the pipe and the inlet structure. The board approved an agreement in 2014 with EOR for a new design, but the project was ultimately put on hold by Roseville. In 2020 Roseville approached CRWD with the intention of resuming the project and expanding the scope to include the eroding inlet channel. Issues Roseville and CRWD staff have discussed a cost-share of the engineering and construction costs for this project. CRWD would fund the engineering and design while Roseville would fund construction. Staff have solicited an updated proposal from EOR, Inc. to complete the engineering design for the project. Staff will review the project and proposal with the Managers. Fiscal note: 2020 CRWD Budget Fund: 310-18476 Upper Villa Maintenance, budget $29,160, current balance $25,715. Requested Action Approve Villa Park Sediment Pond Outlet Design Agreement and authorize Administrator to execute a consultant services agreement with EOR, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $19,800. enc:

Villa Park Components and Structures Map Consultant Services Agreement and proposal from EOR, Inc. dated 9/22/2020

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Project: Villa Park Sediment Pond Outlet Design Budget: $19,800 Fund: # 310-18476 Deadline: February 28, 2021 Agreement #:

CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT CONSULTANT SERVICES AGREEMENT The following is an agreement between EOR, Inc. ("CONTRACTOR") and Capitol Region Watershed District (â&#x20AC;&#x153;DISTRICTâ&#x20AC;?). 1. Scope of Services The CONTRACTOR shall provide the base services or tasks specified in ADDENDUM I, attached hereto and made part of this Agreement. ADDENDUM I, Proposal for Villa Park Sediment Pond Outlet Design dated September 22, 2020 and prepared by the CONTRACTOR is incorporated in its entirety into this agreement, and is identified herein as ADDENDUM I. 2. Time The services will be delivered by the CONTRACTOR in the form specified in ADDENDUM I. Work products will be delivered before February 28, 2021. 3. Payment The cost of services shall be based on time and materials as provided in ADDENDUM I, and the total contract payment shall not exceed $19,800. Payment will be made within 35 days of receipt of a detailed invoice and approval by the DISTRICT Board of Managers. Interest accrual and disputes regarding payment shall be governed by the provision of Minn. Stat. Section 471.425. 4. Independent Contractor Status It is agreed that nothing contained in this Agreement is intended or should be construed as creating the relationship of agents, contractor, joint venturers, or associates between the parties hereto or as constituting CONTRACTOR as the employee of the DISTRICT for any purpose or in any manner whatsoever. The CONTRACTOR is an independent contractor and neither it, its employees, agents nor representatives are employees of the DISTRICT. From any amounts due the CONTRACTOR, there will be no deductions for federal income tax or FICA payments, nor for any state income tax, nor for any other purposes which are associated with an employer-employee relationship unless required by law. Payment of federal income tax, FICA payments, and state income tax are the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.

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5. Indemnification CONTRACTOR shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend the DISTRICT, its officials, employees, and agents from any and all liability, loss, costs, damages, expenses, claims or actions, including attorney’s fees, which the DISTRICT, its officials, employees, and agents may hereafter sustain, incur or be required to pay, arising out of or by reason of any negligent act or omission or breach of this Agreement. 6. Insurance CONTRACTOR shall purchase and maintain such insurance as will protect the DISTRICT from claims which may arise out of or result from operations of the CONTRACTOR including but not limited to the following: General Liability – A minimum of $1,500,000 per occurrence and $1,500,000 aggregate. Such coverage shall include contractual liability insurance either specifically naming this agreement, or on a blanket basis the DISTRICT, its officials, and its employees shall be named as additional insured, with a cross-suits endorsement in favor of the DISTRICT. Auto Liability - $1,500,000 per occurrence and $1,500,000 aggregate. Require “hired and owned” and “hired and non-owned” auto insurance. Workers Compensation - As required by MN statute. Professional Liability – A minimum of $1,500,000 per claim and $1,500,000 aggregate. The CONTRACTOR will need to evidence continuation of this insurance at the required limits for at least five years after the project is completed. The CONTRACTOR shall not commence work until the CONTRACTOR has obtained and filed an acceptable certificate of insurance with the DISTRICT. 7. Conflicts of Interest CONTRACTOR shall disclose this Agreement and CONTRACTOR funding provided under this Agreement to any client of CONTRACTOR’S that may appear to constitute a conflict of interest. CONTRACTOR shall discuss with the DISTRICT any current or new obligations, which may directly conflict with the firm’s ongoing work under its agreement for consulting services with DISTRICT as soon as it becomes aware of a conflict. 8. Audits and Record Keeping CONTRACTOR shall maintain for at least six (6) years upon completion of services all books, records, documents and other evidence directly related to the performance of this Agreement in accordance with general accepted accounting principles and practices of governmental entities. Upon request and reasonable notice, CONTRACTOR shall permit the DISTRICT to examine and copy the books, records, documents, and other evidence maintained by CONTRACTOR.

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9. Termination DISTRICT and CONTRACTOR shall each have the right to terminate its participation in this agreement at any time without cause upon thirty (30) days written notice to the other party. In the event the DISTRICT terminates the agreement, the DISTRICT will pay the costs of the services satisfactorily performed prior to the date of termination, as determined by the DISTRICT. DISTRICT shall have the right to receive, use, and (subject to the provisions of the Minnesota Date Practices Act) distribute copies of all materials, work products, reports and documents prepared by CONTRACTOR, pursuant to the agreement with DISTRICT, if such materials, work products, reports and documents were prepared prior to the termination of this Agreement. 10. Merger Agreement It is understood and agreed that the entire Agreement between the Parties is contained herein and that this Agreement supercedes all oral agreements and negotiations between the Parties relating to the subject matter hereof. All items in this Agreement, which are incorporated or attached, are deemed part of the Agreement. Any alterations, variations, modifications or waivers of provisions of this Agreement shall only be valid when they have been reduced to writing as an amendment to this Agreement and signed by the Parties. 11. Governing Law This Agreement shall be governed by and construed according to the laws of the State of Minnesota. Venue shall be in the state and federal courts of Minnesota. 12. Amendments, Waiver and Contract Complete 12.1 Amendments. Any amendment to this agreement must be in writing and will not be effective until it has been executed and approved by the same parties who executed and approved the original agreement, or their successors in office. 12.2 Waiver. If DISTRICT fails to enforce any provision of this agreement, that failure does not waive the provision or its right to enforce it. 13. Audit Until the expiration of three years after the furnishing of services pursuant to this Agreement, the CONTRACTOR, upon written request, shall make available to the DISTRICT, the State Auditor, or the DISTRICT'S ultimate funding source, a copy of this Agreement, and the books, documents, records, and accounting procedures and practices of the CONTRACTOR relating to this Agreement. 14. Non-Discrimination CONTRACTOR agrees that in the hiring of all labor for the performance of any work under this Agreement, that it will not by reason of race, creed, color, sex, national origin, sexual preference or disability, discriminate against any person who is a citizen of the United States and who qualifies

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and is available to perform the work to which such employment relates. CONTRACTOR agrees to comply with all Federal, State, and local non-discrimination laws and ordinances, in particular the applicable provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972. The CONTRACTOR agrees to have in effect an affirmative action program and shall furnish a certificate of compliance with this requirement to the DISTRICT, upon request. 15. Data Practices All data collected, created, received, maintained or disseminated for any purposes in the course of the CONTRACTOR's performance of this Agreement is governed by the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minn. Stat. 13.01 et seq. or any other applicable state statutes, any state rules adopted to implement the Act and statutes, as well as federal laws and regulations on data practices. The CONTRACTOR agrees to abide strictly by these statutes, rules and regulations. The work products produced under this Contract will be the sole property of the DISTRICT and shall not be used by the CONTRACTOR for any purpose other than the performance of this agreement or as authorized in writing by the DISTRICT. Use of a brief (e.g. less than one printed page) general description of the work and associated graphics as examples of CONTRACTORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work for marketing purposes is acceptable. 16. Non-Assignability The CONTRACTOR shall not assign any interest in this Agreement and shall not transfer any interest in the same, whether by subcontract, assignment or novation, without the prior written consent of the DISTRICT. 17. Unavailability of Funding The purchase of services from the DISTRICT under this Agreement may be subject to the availability and provision of funding from the United States, the State of Minnesota, or other funding sources. The DISTRICT may immediately cancel this Agreement, or a portion of the services to be provided under this Agreement, if the funding for the services is no longer available to the DISTRICT. Upon receipt of the DISTRICTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s notice of cancellation of the Agreement, or of a portion of the services to be provided under this Agreement, the CONTRACTOR shall take all actions necessary to discontinue further commitments of funds to the extent they relate to the Agreement or the portions of this Agreement for which funding has become unavailable.

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This agreement is duly executed this _____ day of ____________ 2020. CAPITOL REGION WATERSHED DISTRICT

EOR, Inc.

By: _____________________________

By: _____________________________

Its: _____________________________

Its: _____________________________

Dated: __________________________

Dated: __________________________

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ADDENDUM I

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Scope and Fee Estimate Project Name |

Upper Villa Sediment (Sed) Pond

To |

Joe Sellner, CRWD Project Manager

Cc |

Ryan Johnson, City of Roseville

From | Regarding |

Date |

09/15/2020 09/22/2020

Carl K. Almer & Derek R. Lash, PE, CPESC Update to 2014 Scope of Work and Fee Estimate

Purpose The purpose of this memorandum is to update the 2014 scope and fee estimate for the Upper Villa Sediment (Sed) Pond work, with expansion to include additional upstream elements.

Project Background & Goals The Upper Villa Sed Pond is a critical component to protecting McCarrons Lake, and to the overall functionality of Upper Villa Wetlands for rate control and water quality improvement for the Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) and the City of Roseville (City). Several components of the infrastructure are in need of maintenance: 1) The existing channel that drains south from County Rd B and Dale St. is currently eroding. 2) At the outfall of the channel to the Sed Pond, there is a Geogrid structure that is failing. 3) The existing box outlet structure with vertical grate inlet and horizontal overflow grate is very prone to clogging via floatable trash and vegetation and is a constant maintenance issue for the City of Roseville & CRWD. The goals of the project are to: 1) Stabilize the existing channel. 2) Replace the energy dissipation at the outfall of channel to Sed Pond. 3) Replace the existing box outlet with a structure that allows management of the pond storage volume or draw down rate if desired in the future (confirm draft design). 4) Incorporate infrastructure to accommodate flow and water quality-monitoring equipment (confirm draft design). 5) Create an up to date bathymetric map of Sed Pond.

Proposed Workplan Project design will be coordinated with the CRWD and the City. The following outlines the associated phases and tasks proposed: PHASE 1: Engineering/Design (CRWD) Task 1 – Existing Data • Gather & Review Available Existing Data • Identify Additional Data Needs

Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc. 1919 University Avenue West, Suite 300 St. Paul, MN 55104 T/ 651.770.8448 F/ 651.770.2552 www.eorinc.com

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Perform a Site Survey and Prepare an Updated Base Drawing ➢ Topographic survey for Sed Pond inlet (geogrid structure) ➢ Bathymetric survey of Sed Pond ➢ Existing Conditions Basemap Drawing Collect two soil samples in the channel outfall under the failing geogrid structure ➢ Submit to laboratory for analysis in accordance with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s ‘Managing Stormwater Sediment Best Management Practices Guidance’ Dated May 2017 ➢ Determine soil disposal options Collect up to three soil samples in the pond ➢ Following the comparison of the bathymetric survey to the 2007 survey, if it is determined an appreciable amount of sediment has been collected, we will submit to laboratory for analysis in accordance with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s ‘Managing Stormwater Sediment Best Management Practices Guidance’ Dated May 2017 ➢ Determine soil disposal options Client/City Site Walk of Upstream Channel

Task 1 Total: 59 Hours / $9,700 Task 2 – Design • Prepare Preliminary Design Plans • Use the City’s H&H model(s) to compare the existing conditions and proposed design. • Prepare Final Construction Plans ➢ Title Sheet ➢ General Notes and Schedule of Estimated Quantities ➢ Existing Conditions (To include separate plan sheet or exhibit for bathymetric survey) ➢ Site Access Plan ➢ Erosion & Sediment Control Plan ➢ Removals Plan ➢ Grading and Drainage Plan ➢ Restoration Plan ➢ Standard Detail Plates ✓ Pipe Bedding (BED-1) ✓ Erosion Control Fence (EC-1) ✓ Rock Construction Entrance (EC-3) ✓ Sediment Log Installation (EC-6) ✓ Floatation Silt Curtain (MNDOT STANDARD PLAN 5-297.405 1 OF 8) ✓ Trail Section ✓ Riprap Placement at Flared End Sections (ST-5) ✓ Flared End Section (ST-9) ✓ Outlet Structure (Type: TBD. To include manually operated “boards or stop logs”) ✓ Existing Structure • Prepare Final Technical Specifications (Project manual to be completed by City)

Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc.

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Client/City Progress Meeting

Task 2 Total: 76 Hours / $10,100 Phase 1 Total: 135 Hours / $19,800

Phase 2: Construction (City) Task 3 – Construction • Bidding • Construction Observation • Construction Administration • Construction Staking • Record Plans Exclusions • • • • • •

Topographic survey of existing channel Preparation of new H&H models (will use City’s already built model) Design for improvements in existing channel Pond sediment dredging plan and technical specifications for removal (construction) Project manual for bidding, contracting, and construction Tasks under Phase 2

Anticipated Schedule Phase 1: Fall 2020 Phase 2: Fall 2021 / 2022 (TBD)

Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc.

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PROJECT NAME TOTAL BUDGET Prepared By: Date:

Villa Park Pond Outlet $19,800.00 Derek R. Lash, PE, CPESC 20200915 20200922

Carl Almer

TEAM MEMBER: BILLING CATEGORY: HOURLY RATE: PHASE 01 TASK 01-A TASK 01-B TASK 01-C TASK 01-D TASK 01-E TASK 01-F TASK 01-G TASK 01-H TASK 01-I TASK 01-J

Existing Data Gather & Review Existing Data Identify Additional Data Needs Topo Survey Bathymetric Survey Basemap Drawing Review Existing Channel Inlet Soil Samples Pond Soil Samples PM & QA/QC PHASE 01 TOTAL:

PHASE 02 TASK 02-A TASK 02-B TASK 02-C TASK 02-D TASK 02-E TASK 02-F TASK 02-G TASK 02-H TASK 02-I TASK 02-J

Design Preliminary Design Plans (30%) Proposed Conditions H&H Final Design Plans Final Technical Specifications

Professional 4 $172.00 HRS $

PHASE 02 TOTAL:

5. 5. HRS

$860.00 $860.00 $

7. 7.

$1,204.00 $1,204.00

Carl Almer Professional 4 172

PROJECT TOTALS

Emmons Olivier Resources

Professional 4 $172.00 HRS $ 2. $344.00 2. $344.00

2.

Client/City Meetings (Virtual/On Site) PM & QA/QC

Derek Lash

HRS 12.

$ $2,064.00

$344.00

5. 11. HRS 4. 2. 4. 4.

$860.00 $1,892.00 $ $688.00 $344.00 $688.00 $688.00

4.

$688.00

7. 25.

$1,204.00 $4,300.00

Derek Lash Professional 4 172 HRS 36.

$ $6,192.00

Brian Rucker

Dan Mossing Professional 1 $101.00 HRS $

6. 8. 2.

16. HRS 16. 4. 16. 8.

44.

$606.00 $808.00 $202.00

$1,616.00 $ $1,616.00 $404.00 $1,616.00 $808.00

Professional 4 $172.00 HRS $

4. 6.

$404.00 $606.00

4. 3.

$404.00 $303.00

8. 2.

$1,376.00 $344.00

17. HRS

$1,717.00 $

10. HRS

$1,720.00 $

$4,444.00

Dan Mossing Professional 1 101 HRS 60.

Professional 1 $101.00 HRS $

Stu Grubb

$ $6,060.00

Brian Rucker Professional 1 101 HRS 17.

$ $1,717.00

Stu Grubb Professional 4 172 HRS 10.

$ $1,720.00

TOTAL EOR LABOR

HRS 2. 2. 4. 12. 8. 4. 12. 5.

$ $344.00 $344.00 $404.00 $1,212.00 $808.00 $546.00 $1,780.00 $647.00

10. 59. HRS 20. 6. 20. 12.

$1,720.00 $7,805.00 $ $2,304.00 $748.00 $2,304.00 $1,496.00

4.

$688.00

14. 76.

$2,408.00 $9,948.00

TOTAL EOR LABOR

HRS 135.

$ $17,753.00

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LUMP SUM SUBCONTRACTOR 1 NAME: Pace Analytical Lab $

SUBCONTRACTOR TOTAL BUDGET MILEAGE $

COPIES-REPRO $

$25.00 $25.00

$500.00 $750.00

$500.00 $750.00

$1,250.00

$1,250.00

$

STANDARD EXPENSES TOTAL BUDGET

STANDARD EXPENSES OTHER $

DESCRIPTION

$120.00 $240.00

Survey Equipment Survey Equipment

$

$25.00 $25.00

$100.00 $

$25.00 $25.00

$185.00 $185.00 $

$360.00 $

$25.00

$25.00 Lump Sum Subcontractor 1 NAME: Pace Analytical Lab

$1,250.00

Emmons Olivier Resources

SUBCONTRACTOR TOTAL COST

$1,250.00

$145.00 $265.00

$127.00 $127.00 STANDARD EXPENSES

MILEAGE

COPIES-REPRO

OTHER

$125.00

$312.00

$360.00

PROJECT TOTAL BUDGET $ $344.00 $344.00 $549.00 $1,477.00 $808.00 $571.00 $2,305.00 $1,397.00

$185.00 $645.00 $

$1,905.00 $9,700.00 $ $2,304.00 $748.00 $2,304.00 $1,496.00

$25.00

$713.00

$127.00 $152.00

$2,535.00 $10,100.00

EXPENSES TOTAL COST

PROJECT TOTAL BUDGET

$797.00

$19,800.00

DESCRIPTION

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Legend Villa Park Wetland System Outlet/Inlet Structures

Northwest Footbridge and Weir

Weirs

Northeast 54'' CMP Northeast 12'' PVC

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Wet Cell #5 Weir 3

Wet Cell #4

Weir 2

West 18" CMP Weir 1

Wet Cell #3

North 18'' RCP Wet Cell #2 North 44'' RCP

Shryer Ave W

East 6" PVC

W Moundsview Ave

Wet Cell #1

Ryan Ave W

12" CMP

Hockey Rink Pond

Primary Outlet Weir and 51''x31'' RCP

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Wenck Associates, Inc. 1800 Pioneer Creek Center Environmental Engineers Maple Plain, MN 55359-0429

APR 2009 Map 3


October 21, 2020 Board Meeting VI. B. — Citizen Science Update (Kucek) DATE: TO: FROM: RE:

October 15, 2020 CRWD Board of Managers Chris Kucek, Water Resource Technician Citizen Science: Trash Data Project Update

Background The 2020 CRWD Watershed Management Plan (WMP) calls for a citizen science monitoring program that expands the District’s data collection capabilities and allows residents to engage with the District and invest in their water resources (2020 WMP 211G). At the same time, trash pollution was identified by stakeholders in the WMP as an important issue to address. Trash reduction planning and implementation around water resources District-wide is also specified in the WMP (Goals WQ-1, WQ-2, WQ-7, Implementation Item 370-I). Currently, CRWD does not collect data specifically on trash as part of its monitoring program. Trash pollution is difficult to quantify using typical water quality monitoring methods: it is spread out on the landscape and it doesn’t fit nicely into a sample bottle. Trash filtered out by BMPs is also difficult to quantify because it requires maintenance, sorting, identification, and disposal. Issues To address both needs identified in the 2020 WMP, CRWD staff have developed a volunteer monitoring program, the Trash Data Project. The goal of the program is to determine: 1) How much trash is there in the watershed; 2) What kinds of trash are typically found; 3) Where is trash located; and 4) How can we help reduce trash in the watershed? The Trash Data Project asks watershed residents to monitor trash around CRWD and submit data on the amount, type, and location of trash they observe through an online survey. Participants are also encouraged, but not required, to pick up and remove the trash they observe. Data are displayed on an interactive dashboard which allows participants to immediately see their contribution to the program. Both the survey and dashboard are accessible through the Trash Data Project webpage: www.capitolregionwd.org/trash-data-project/. The webpage also lists safety instructions as well as information on the detrimental impacts of trash pollution. The Trash Data Project is currently in a testing phase. Community partners and the CAC have been asked to participate in the program and provide feedback through a follow-up questionnaire. Following the testing phase, staff will incorporate their feedback over winter 20/21, followed by a broader District-wide rollout spring 2021. Staff will review the Trash Data Project with the Board of Managers and demonstrate the trash survey and interactive dashboard. Fiscal Note: 2021 CRWD Budget Fund 211-G: Citizen Science— $9,250. Action No action requested. For information only. \\192.168.1.2\Company\07 Programs\Monitoring & Data Acquisition\Citizen Science\Trash Monitoring\Board & CAC\Brd Memo_Citizen Sci_Trash Data_10-15-20.docx

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