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321 Firma Rd.
The 0.5 MG water storage tank at the water treatment plant is in need of recoating.

Contact Chris Horvath for more information (636) 379-4225 or via email at chorvath@ofallon.mo.us

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100 N. Main St
The 2017 concrete program consists of replacing concrete pavement is various locations throughout the City.
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100 N. Main St.
The 2018 Concrete Program has officially begun. A map of the locations which will be repaired as part of this Project is attached to this item. Overall, we will be repairing concrete slabs on 25 streets (rated between 46 and 59 on the PCI scale) and we will be replacing partial depth asphalt joint repairs in three subdivisions (we will completely remove all PDAJs in these subdivisions). In addition, we will be completing a new sidewalk in the Twin Chimneys Subdivision. The budget for this project is $1.5M. City staff will be working with M&H Concrete to ensure that all work is completed on time and under budget. Residents in every area will be notified 48 hours prior to work taking place, and we will ensure that any restricted access to driveways is minimized, where possible. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Anthony Friedman at tfriedman@ofallon.mo.gov or 636-379-5492.
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150 Firma Rd.
The dewatering portion of the Bio-Solids facility at the WWTP is in immediate need of replacement. The selected technology to replace the existing equipment are rotary drum thickeners and screw presses. Design will be completed in 2017 and construction will be completed in 2018.

Contact Chris Horvath for more information (636) 379-5481 or via email at chorvath@ofallon.mo.us

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4 Hattie Dr
Design of a new water main extension between Hattie Dr. and S. Boxwood Ln. to address fire flow and improve distribution.

Contact Chris Horvath for more information (636) 379-5481 or via email at chorvath@ofallon.mo.us

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503 Boyer St.
This project is on the Storm Water priority list, as a level one project. This project is funded by the Storm Water Bond initiative. This will provide drainage improvements to some residential homes along Boyer St. and Harmony Ln., in the Patton Subdivision. A hydraulic review of the current drainage, in accordance with City requirements will need to be performed. The project will be designed in 2017, with funds being sought in 2018 for construction.

Contact Jeff Paskiewicz for more information (636) 379-5663 or via email jpaskiewicz@ofallon.mo.us

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1010 Bramblett Rd
This project is on the Storm Water priority list, as a level two project. This project is funded by the Storm Water Bond initiative. This will provide drainage improvements to some residential homes and commercial properties along Bramblett Rd. A hydraulic review of the current drainage, in accordance with City requirements will need to be performed. The project will consist of a watershed study performed in 2016, with funds being sought in 2017 for design and construction.

Contact Jeff Paskiewicz for more information (636) 379-5663 or via email jpaskiewicz@ofallon.mo.us

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The Bramblett Road Improvements project has two phases, the first phase will reconstruct Bramblett Road from just south of Schnucks to Bramblett Hills to include pedestrian and storm water improvements. The second phase will provide an Alignment Study to extend Bramblett Road from the end of construction on Phase I just south of Schnucks to the proposed I-70 South Outer Road.
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1228 Bryan Rd
This project will include the removal and replacement of damaged road slabs, curbs, ramp upgrades, and other pedestrian improvements along Bryan Road between Sunview Drive and Norwood Hills Drive.

The project will be funded through federal STP funds at an 80/20 split with the City.

Contact Tony Friedman for more information (636) 379-5492 or via email tfriedman@ofallon.mo.us
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1040 Delmar Dr.
This project is on the Storm Water priority list, as a level one project. This project is funded by the Storm Water Bond initiative. This will provide drainage improvements to some residential homes along Delmar Dr., Apple Valley Dr., and Franko Dr. This is within the Bryan Valley subdivision. A hydraulic review of the current drainage, in accordance with City requirements will need to be performed. The project will be designed in 2016, with funds being sought in 2017 for construction.

Contact Jeff Paskiewicz for more information (636) 379-5663 or via email jpaskiewicz@ofallon.mo.us

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170 Christina Marie Dr.
This project is on the Storm Water priority list, as a level two project. This project is funded by the Storm Water Bond initiative. This project will benefit residents along Christina Marie Dr., in the Kensington Place Subdivision. The project will be designed in 2017, with funds being sought in 2018 for construction.

Contact Jeff Paskiewicz for more information (636) 379-5663 or via email jpaskiewicz@ofallon.mo.us

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100 North Main St.
This project will include efforts to finalize a needs assessment and design of renovations to the portion of City Hall vacated by the Police Department when they moved to the new facility.
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260 Civic Park Dr
Civic Park is undergoing a transformation with an expansion of the Alligator's Creek Aquatic Center which will include a new Lazy River, Spray Pad and Bathhouse/Concession buildings. We will also be constructing a new Civic Park Activity Center, complete with a program area for classes and an Activity/Conference room.

For more information contact John Parris (636) 379-5481 or via email at jparris@ofallon.mo.us

You can also contact Cindy Springer, Director of Parks and Recreation at 636-379-5570 or via email at cspringer@ofallon.mo.us

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239 Coachman Way Dr.
This project is on the Storm Water priority list, as a level two project. This project is funded by the Storm Water Bond initiative. There is a large area of the creek bank that is failing that is in need of repaired. This is within the Pheasant Point Villages subdivision. A hydraulic review of the current drainage, in accordance with City requirements will need to be performed. The project will be designed in 2016, with funds being sought in 2017 for construction.

Contact Jeff Paskiewicz for more information (636) 379-5663 or via email jpaskiewicz@ofallon.mo.us

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3589 State Highway K
During the December 2015 flood event, Dardenne Creek in Sports Park sustained heavy erosion, scouring and geotechnical failures of its bank along Sports Park Drive. The creek bank failures are affecting the integrity of Sports Park Drive and the bank protection at the bridge where Sports Park Drive crosses Dardenne Creek. Staff met with representatives from FEMA to apply for a repair project that would receive 75% reimbursement from FEMA. City staff and M3 Engineering Group identified 430 feet of creek bank that needs to be repaired and stabilized to protect Sports Park Drive. The creek bank lost between 10 - 14 feet in the affected area. FEMA identified 80 feet, of the 430 feet, that meets its qualifications for a FEMA project. FEMA identified a 30 foot section of creek bank repair on the west side of the Sports Park Drive bridge and a 50 foot section of creek bank repair east of the 90 degree, where the top of the creek bank is now 6 feet from the edge of pavement. The road at this section is starting to sag and crack along the creek bank failure. FEMA has chosen not to participate in the remaining 350 feet of creek bank repair and stabilization due to the remaining failures not meeting an immediate threat to an improved area or structure. The remaining 350 feet is still experiencing scouring and geotechnical failures, and is a threat to the road. Currently, the top of bank of the 350 foot area ranges between 10 feet and 25 feet from the roadway. The City will be stabilizing the remaining 350 foot area.
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