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File #: 64821    Version: 1 Name: Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Enter into Boat Launch Use Agreements With Joe Daniels Construction Co., Inc. to Use the Marshall Park Boat Launch for Private Shoreline Restoration Work
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/24/2021 In control: Parks Division
On agenda: 3/30/2021 Final action: 4/20/2021
Enactment date: 4/26/2021 Enactment #: RES-21-00280
Title: Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Enter into Boat Launch Use Agreements With Joe Daniels Construction Co., Inc. to Use the Marshall Park Boat Launch for Private Shoreline Restoration Work
Sponsors: Keith Furman
Attachments: 1. Boat Launch Use Agreement for Shoreline Restoration (Joe Daniels) (2021-2022).pdf
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes a Boat Launch Use Agreement with Joe Daniels Construction Co., Inc. to use the Marshall Park boat launch for private shoreline restoration work. The agreement would be in effect from signing until December 31, 2021, and may be renewed for an additional term, to run from January 1, 2022 through December 1, 2022, upon the mutual agreement of the parties. The Parks Division anticipates charging a $1,025 upfront fee and $51.50 each day that the launch is used in 2021. If renewed in 2022, the upfront fee will be $1,051 and daily fee will be $52.79 per day of launch use. Revenue is estimated to be approximately $6,150 in 2021 and $6,300 in 2022. No appropriation is required.
Title
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Enter into Boat Launch Use Agreements With Joe Daniels Construction Co., Inc. to Use the Marshall Park Boat Launch for Private Shoreline Restoration Work

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WHEREAS, in 2018, the Madison area sustained periods of heavy rains, which, when combined with already high lake levels on Lake Mendota, caused areas of shoreline erosion and destabilization; and,
WHEREAS, shoreline erosion and destabilization can lead to further property damage, as well as degradation in the water quality of the Lakes; and,
WHEREAS, over the last couple of years, User has been hired by several shoreline property owners to perform shoreline restoration services, which work necessitates the use of barges, heavy equipment and the storage, loading and unloading of materials from land to the water; and,
WHEREAS, there are limited areas where sufficient access to Lake Mendota is available to enable User to perform the necessary shoreline restoration work; and,
WHEREAS, User entered into an agreement with the City to use the Marshall Park boat launch as a loading and unloading area to enable User to perform shoreline restoration work from Lake Mendota in 2019 (RES-19-00457, Legistar #56162) and 2020 (RES-20-00188, Legistar #59730); and...

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