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File #: 70692    Version: 1 Name: Approving Plans, Specifications, and Schedule of Assessments for Worthington Avenue, Powers Avenue, and Thurber Avenue Sanitary Replacement Assessment District - 2022.
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/28/2022 In control: Engineering Division
On agenda: 4/19/2022 Final action: 4/19/2022
Enactment date: 4/25/2022 Enactment #: RES-22-00268
Title: Approving Plans, Specifications, and Schedule of Assessments for Worthington Avenue, Powers Avenue, and Thurber Avenue Sanitary Replacement Assessment District - 2022. (15th AD)
Sponsors: BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
Attachments: 1. Worthington-Powers-Thurber Display.pdf, 2. BPW Notes Worthington-Powers-Thurber.pdf, 3. 13800_BPW Mailing.pdf, 4. 70692_adopted CC mailing.pdf

Fiscal Note

The proposed resolution approves plans, specifications, and a schedule of assessments for Worthington Avenue, Powers Avenue, and Thurber Avenue Sanitary Replacement Assessment District - 2022 at an estimated cost of $785,000. Funding is available in MUNIS 13800-83-173. No additional appropriation is required.

 

City Cost:                      $743,150

Assessments: $41,850

 

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Approving Plans, Specifications, and Schedule of Assessments for Worthington Avenue, Powers Avenue, and Thurber Avenue Sanitary Replacement Assessment District - 2022. (15th AD)

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The Board of Public Works and the City Engineer having made reports of all proceedings in relation to the improvement of Worthington Avenue, Powers Avenue, and Thurber Avenue Sanitary Replacement Assessment District - 2022  (15th AD) pursuant to a resolution of the Common Council, Resolution No. RES-22-00228, Legistar File #70479, adopted 3/29/2022, which resolution was adopted thereto, and the provisions of the Madison General Ordinances and the Wisconsin Statutes in such case made and provided, and the Common Council being fully advised.

 

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED:

 

1.                     The properties included in the assessment district are all located in the Town of Blooming Grove but are provided sanitary sewer service by the City of Madison as a result of the City’s acquisition of the Waunona Sanitary District #2 on August 15, 2017, pursuant to the terms of an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Madison, the Waunona Sanitary District #2, and the Town of Blooming Grove (RES-17-00430, Legistar File # 46795).

2.                     In accordance with the terms of this Intergovernmental Agreement, “If Madison determines that it needs to impose sanitary sewer or water service related special assessments or special costs on Blooming Grove parcels with the former WSD (Waunona Sanitary District) service territory, then, pursuant to Wis. Stat. Sec. 66.0707, Blooming Grove agrees to timely consider a resolution approving special assessments or costs, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld.  Special assessments and charges under this provision shall be apportioned to and collected from Blooming Grove properties in the same manner as properties in Madison, and shall not in any respect discriminate against Blooming Grove properties.”

3.                     The City of Madison partially assesses sewer lateral replacements (25% property owner, 75% City) when replacing the sewer mains in accordance with Madison Sewer Utility Assessment Policy (RES-21-00668).

4.                     The sewer main has been determined to be in need of replacement and therefore the laterals will also be replaced with the project.

5.                     That the sum assigned to each separate parcel, as indicated on the attached schedule of assessment, is hereby specially assessed upon each such parcel, subject to approval of the levy of these special assessments by resolution of the Town of Blooming Grove under Sec. 66.0707. 

6.                     That the Common Council determines such special assessments to be reasonable. 

7.                     That the work or improvement be carried out in accordance with the reports as finally approved.

8.                     That such work or improvement represents an exercise of the police power of the City of Madison.

9.                     That the plans & specifications and schedule of assessments in the Report of the Board of Public Works and the Report of the City Engineer for the above named improvement be and are hereby approved.

10.                     That the Board of Public Works be and is hereby authorized to advertise for and receive bids for the said improvements.

11.                     That the due date by which all such special assessments shall be paid in full is October 31st of the year in which it is billed, or,

12.                     That such special assessments shall be collected in eight (8) equal installments, with interest thereon at 2.0 percent per annum, except those special assessments paid in full on or before October 31st of that year.

13.                     That the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to accept dedication of lands and/or easements from the Developer/Owner for public improvements located outside of existing public fee title or easement right-of-ways.

 

INSTALLMENT ASSESSMENT NOTICE

 

Notice is hereby given that a contract has been (or is about to be) let for Worthington Avenue, Powers Avenue, and Thurber Avenue Sanitary Replacement Assessment District - 2022  and that the amount of the special assessment therefore has been determined as to each parcel of real estate affected thereby and a statement of the same is on file with the City Clerk; it is proposed to collect the same in eight (8) installments, as provided for by Section 66.0715 of the Wisconsin Statutes, with interest thereon at 2.0 percent per annum; that all assessments will be collected in installments as above provided except such assessments on property where the owner of the same has paid the assessment to the City Treasurer on or before the next succeeding November 1st. 

 

NOTICE OF APPEAL RIGHTS

 

"Pursuant to Sec.4.09(14), Madison General Ordinances, as authorized by Sec. 66.0701(2), Wisconsin Statutes, any person against whose land a special assessment has been levied by this resolution has the right to appeal therefrom in the manner prescribed in Sec. 66.0703(12), Wisconsin Statutes, within forty (40) days of the day of the final determination of the Common Council, said date being the date of adoption of this resolution."