BY COUNCILOR JOHNSON:
RESOLVED, that Resolution 05-0046 to Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc., for engineering services for the development of a long term plan for the evaluation and elimination of sanitary sewer overflows in the city’s sanitary sewer system be amended to increase the amount by an estimated amount of $21,800 to implement Phase 2 using data collected in Phase 1 to develop a long term program to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows in the Lakeside interceptor area (basins 1 through 6) and East interceptor area (basins 7 through 14), for a new total of $367,373. The increase of $21,800 will be payable from Sewer Fund 0530, Agency 500, Organization 1930-2330, Object 5303, City Project No. 0511SN.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: This resolution will authorize an amendment to Resolution 05-0046, passed on January 24, 2005, for professional engineering services. This amendment will compensate Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc., for professional engineering services to develop a program using data compiled in Phase 1 to move forward with a long term program to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows and negotiate a consent agreement with the United States EPA. Additional and new data not originally available during the model development indicates that some of the critical flow and rainfall data the model was based upon may be inaccurate. Alternate rainfall data may be biased low. In addition, the new flow meters recently installed suggest flow larger than what was used in the original model. The additional rainfall and new flow meter data will be incorporated into the model so that we can configure the size and location of the sanitary sewer overflow basins. The additional cost in the amount of $21,800 will be payable from Sewer Fund 0530, Agency 1930-2330, Object 5303, City Project No. 0511SN.