Director of Public Works for Utilities, adds anything.
100-yr design: $67M
500-yr design: $110M
Yates: So fill is solely for the purchase of creating buildable land?
That margin will shrink as we get more detail on the project.
Taddeucci: In a storm, where you're detaining water (in a reservoir) for a flood, you can only hold it for 72 hrs or 3 days. Typically, in a storm, nobody's worried about water rights. But it is a requirement of the state.
I'll let you know.
500-yr flood: $47M
That means the 500-yr has more than $60M worth of fill incorporated into the cost estimate.
"The whole time we're filling up that reservoir, that water is not flowing over the spillway," Taddeucci says. There is benefit to everybody having any flood mitigation there.
Would not be surprised to hear the idea of a land swap brought back up, especially given that the Area III planning reserve is (likely) being activated in coming years.
Yes, is the long answer from Taddeucci. The draft was made available in January but it's changed considerably since then.
Phil Kleisler, of planning, confirms.
"Realistically," those areas wouldn't become available until 2026-2027.
Draper: We haven't fully decided that yet.
We can get affordable housing data and data on critical care facilities, etc., she says.
Kleisler: We'll see what data is out there.
Brautigam: If the city owns the data, we can get it. If it's Census data or something, we can't bc we don't own it and it's not accurate.