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File #: 51281    Version: 1 Name: Request from City Water Utility for the installation and maintenance of a water main through a portion of Duane F. Bowman Park.
Type: Communication Status: Approved
File created: 4/18/2018 In control: BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS
On agenda: Final action: 4/25/2018
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Request from City Water Utility for the installation and maintenance of a water main through a portion of Duane F. Bowman Park.
Attachments: 1. Exhibit A.pdf, 2. Exhibit B.pdf
Title
Request from City Water Utility for the installation and maintenance of a water main through a portion of Duane F. Bowman Park.

Body
The City of Madison Parks Division has received a request from Madison Water Utility (“Water Utility”) for the installation and operation of public water main facilities (the "Facilities") within a portion of Duane F. Bowman Park (the "Park") located at 1775 Fish Hatchery Road and 1851 Fish Hatchery Road. This project is the final phase of a 5-mile water transmission line and pump station project which utilizes excess water supply from Unit Well 18 to improve hydraulics, fire flow and supply redundancy in Pressure Zone 7 (SW Madison) and along this corridor in the Arbor Hills neighborhood.

If the project is approved, the Parks Superintendent is authorized to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Water Utility which will authorize a Temporary Land Use Permit to govern the installation of the Facilities and will also address ongoing access, operation, maintenance, repair and future replacement of the Facilities. The Memorandum of Understanding is subject to the following conditions:

1. No above-ground improvements shall be located in the Park, with the exception that hydrants and valves or other access points to the Facilities at grade level shall be permitted as depicted on attached Exhibit A, Water Project Overview.

2. All areas affected by any work performed by the Utility and/or their contractor (the “Contractor”) will be promptly restored to original grade and vegetation or surface condition, including repair or replacement of pavement and concrete, by and at the expense of the Utility after completion of said work (or as soon thereafter as weather reasonably permits) and in a manner satisfactory to the City of Madison Park Superintendent.

3. No grade change shall be made to the Park without the written consent of the City of Madison Park Superintendent.

4. The Water Utility and/or the Contractor will ...

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