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MINUTES

WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT

April 29,2009

The Board of Directors (the "Board") of Willow Fork Drainage District (the
"Distrrcl"), met in regular session, open to the public, on April 29, 2009, at the Willow
Fork Country Club, 21055 Westheimer Parkway, Katy, Texas, inside the boundaries of
the District, and the roll was called of the members of the Board:

Richard Ward President


Scott Lyons Vice President
Joe Robinson Secretary
Darrell Kainer Assistant Vice President
April Renberg Assistant Secretary

and all of the above were present, thus constituting a quorum.

Also present at the meeting were Dennis Gorden of Severn Trent Services 1"5T");
Fran Matuska of F. Matuska,Inc.; Melony Gay of Uretek/ICR; Lou Triche and Rob Karl
of Champions Hydro-Lawn, Inc.; Larry Mueller of AECOM, Inc.; and Stephen M.
Robinson and Patti Porter Hopper of Allen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP ("ABHR").

APPROVE MINUTES

The Board first reviewed the minutes of the March 12, 2009, meeting. After
review and discussion, Director Robinson moved to approve the minutes as submitted'
Director Renberg seconded the motion, which carried unanimously.

COMMENTS FROM DISTRICT RESIDENTS

There were no residents present wishing to address the Board. The Board
discussed a report from a District resident regarding a neighbor driving a four-wheel
vehicle along the ditches and illegal dumping of yard debris. The Board requested Mr.
Triche to drive by the site and take pictures.

SECURITY SERVICES

Director Lyons reported on security matters. The Board requested Ms. Matuska
to request Deputy Stark to provide the report with the payroll information.

Mr. Triche stated one of the deputies requested the Board to authorize placing a
sign on the channel behind the South Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Board
concurred to place a sign at the location.

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MAINTENANCE OF STORM SEWER LINES

Mr. Gorden distributed the storm sewer maintenance report. Ms. Guy
introduced herself to the Board and reviewed the types of services provided by Uretek
in sealing, Iifttng, and stabilizing the ditch outfalls. In response to a question from
Director Ward, Ms. Gay stated the product is environmentally safe and does not
degrade or release chemicals. Mr. Robinson requested Ms. Gay to inspect one of the
outfalls needing repairs and provide an estimate of the typical price to repair one
structure. Mr. Triche then reviewed Harris County Flood Control specifications and
pricing for maintaining and replacing outfall structures. Mr. Robinson recommended
Ms. Gay and Mr. Triche provide information to Mr. Mueller and Mr. Mueller prepare a
study to help the Board in determining a plan regarding replacement or repair.

BOOKKEEPER'S REPORT

Ms. Matuska reviewed the bookkeeper's report, a copy of which is attached,


including the checks presented for payment. Mr. Robinson stated Standard & Poor's
increased the District's bond rating from BBB+ to A+. After review and discussiory
Director Robinson moved to approve the bookkeeper's report, the investment report,
and payment of the bills. Director Kainer seconded the motion, which passed by
unanimous vote.

TAX ASSESSOR'S REPORT

The Board reviewed the tax assessor's report, a copy of which is attached. The
Board also reviewed the delinquent tax collections report, a copy of which is attached.
Director Robinson moved to approve the report. Director Renberg seconded the
motion, which carried unanimously.

OPERATOR'S REPORT. INCLUDING AUTHORIZING DITCH MAINTENANCE

Mr. Tiff reviewed the operator's report with the Board, a copy of which is
attached.

Mr. Tiff next reviewed pictures of ditches'

Mr. Tiff requested authorization to repair sinkholes on the Diversion Channel at


Mason Road and VALl at Westheimer Parkway for a cost of $2,950.00 each.

After review and discussiory Director Renberg moved to approve the operator's
report, the May mowing, sign placement, sinkhole repairs, and the action items.
Director Kainer seconded the motiory which carried unanimously.

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ENGINEER'S REPORT

Mr. Mueller submitted to the Board the written engineer's report, a copy of
which is attached.

Mr. Mueller updated the Board on the Grand Lakes development and stated he
had no items for the Board's approval.

Mr. Mueller updated the Board on Meadowbrook Farms and stated he had no
items for the Board's approval.

Mr. Mueller stated that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ("Corps") has
requested a typical cross section of all the ditches to be covered by the jurisdictional
permit. He stated the Corps review will take approximately 9 to 12 months. He stated
the District will be required to post a notice to all residents in the District when the
application is posted on the Corps website to request comments'

Mr. Mueller stated AECOM received a request from the property owner
association for the District to construct a sidewalk along the south side of Westheimer
Parkway crossing Ditch VA1. He stated the estimated cost is between $3,400 and
$4,500. Mr. Robinson stated since the District does not collect water and sewer revenue/
he will have to research whether the District can construct the sidewalk.

Mr. Mueller stated no additional silt removal should be done until the new
permit is received.

Mr. Mueller next reviewed the updated MS4 year two action items. Director
Renberg stated she knows a group interested in installing the inlet and manhole
markers. Mr. Mueller stated the estimate to translate the construction brochure is
$3,000. The Board requested Ms. Hopper to soiicit a proposal from another translator.
Mr. Mueller then reviewed an example of a protocol to detect and eliminate elicit
discharges. He also reviewed a sample checklist for reviewing plans and a construction
site inspection form.

Mr. Mueller updated the Board on the status of the new drainage model.

After review and discussion, Director Kainer moved to approve the engineer's
report and action items. Director Lyons seconded the motion, which passed by
unanimous vote.

ACTION ITEMS

The Board then reviewed and discussed the action items list.

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RECEIVE REPORTS FROM DISTRICT CONSULTANTS AND SUCH OTHER
MATTERS AS MAY COME BEFORE THE BOARD

There being no other business to come before the Board, the meeting was
adjourned.

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ACTION LIST

1. Mr. Triche will take pictures of the debris dumping.

2. Ms. Hopper will solicit a proposal for translation of the construction brochure.

3. Mr. Robinson will determine if the District can use funds to construct a sidewalk.

LIST OF ATTACHMENTS TO MINUTES

Minutes
Page

bookkeeper's report................ .......-.'..2


tax assessor's reports.............. .........'..2
operator's report...... "........2
engineer's report ...............3

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NOTICE OF MEETING

WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT


FORT BEND AND HARRIS COUNTIES, TEXAS

The Board of Directors of Willow Fork Drainage District will hold a regular meeting on
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at 11:30 a.m., at the Willow Fork Country Club, 2'1.055 Westheimer
Parkway, Katy, Texas, to discuss and, if appropriate, act upon the following items:

1. Approve minutes.
2. Comments from District residents, including requests for consents to
encroachment or temporary use of District facilities.
3. Security services, fines and penalties for damages to District facilities and violation
of District regulations.
4. Maintenance of storm sewer lines, including repair of sinkholes and televising of
outfalls and repair options for outfalls.
5. Financial and bookkeeping matters, including payment of the bills and review of
investments.
6. Tax assessment and collections matters, including delinquent tax collections,
installment agreements, and payment of tax bills.
7. Operation of District facilities, repairs and maintenance, including ditch
maintenance and desilting projects.
8. Engineering matters, including:
(u) Grand Lakes development;
(b) Meadowbrook Farms developmen!
(") new drainage model and floodplain administrator duties;
(d) report on outfall inspections;
(") deeds, easements, offsite drainage agreements, requests to transfer drainage
capacity and requests to reserve drainage capacity;
(f) design of District facilities;
(g) update on status of Corp permit; and
(h) MS-4 matters, including permit year 2 action items, budget, and
implementation of rnatrix f timeline.

(sEAL) Attorney for the District


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Engineer's Report
April29, 2009

Larrf J. ]{lueller, P. E.

Texas Registered Professional Engineer No. 81514


AECOM USA Group Inc. TPBE Reg. No. F-3082

Nothing this month from AECOM.

| 8b MeadowbrookFarms
Nothing this month from AECOM.

8c New Model and Administrator Duties


Nothing this month from AECOM.

8d on Outfall lns
Mr. Sauter will discuss this matter

@te Drainage Agreements, Requests to Transfer and Reserve Drainage Capacity

We have the requested reservation of drainage capacity below for the Board's approval.

Ginco Association Office Approvals Pending: MUD 1 and WFDD


Location: MUD 10 Applicant: Michael L. Meagher
2 sewer Cinco Residential Property Assocaition
2 water 4025 Mason Road
2 irrigation onlY KatY, Texas 77450
z total sewer reservations
4 total water reservations

8f of District Facilities
1.
For the Jurisdictional Waters Permit, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) requested a typical cross section of
all the ditches, this was received by the USACE on March 18, 2009. The USACE will require the District to post a
notice to all residents in the District when the application is posted on their wesite to request any public commments.
We are coordinating with the USACE and the operator on what will be required to be sent out and that it can be
included on the water bills.

2. We have received a request for the District to construct a S-foot wide concrete sidewalk along the south side of
Westheimer Parkway, crossing Ditch VAI . We have received an estimate for this cost in the amount of $4.SO/square
foot, which would increase to $6.00/square foot is sodding is needed. The cost is estimated to be between $3,400 and
$4,500. Cinco MUD No. 'l will also be constructing a sidewalk in the same area if the Board would like to combine
these two projects.

MS4 Matters
@iscommentsontheStormWater|n|etKit,thesewi||inc|ude30markers,1brush,and1
tube of adhesive. ln addition, we included a draft introduction letter, draft instruction page, a draft group registration
form, and a draft safety procedures that would be included in the kit for your review. We have received all of the
markers the District ordered.
2. We are presenting to the Board the Construction Brochure (BMP 4.3.4) and a Post Construction Brochure (BMP 5.3.3).
We have attached a copy. We did look into a Spanish version of the Construction Brochure and have received a verbal
quote of approximately $3,000 to translate the construction and post construction brochure into Spanish by SL
lnternational. These two brochures would be distributed to the contractor so they can help maintain the project site
during and after construction.

3. For Permit Year 2, we need to develop a protocol regarding an illicit discharge detection and elimination (BMP 3.3.3).
We have attached a copy explaining how to go about in investigating illicit discharges and how to do the sampling. We
have received comments from the Attorney and the Operator and finalized the protocol for the Board's approval.

4. For Permit Year 2, we need to develop a plan set review checklist that will aid us in reviewing a set of plans (BMP
4.3.1 , 4.3.2,5.3.2). The checklist is attached for the Board's approval.

5. We have attached a Construction Site Inspection Form for the Board's review and approval. This document, BMP
4.3.2, is be used for Construction Site Inspections where the Operator will be inspecting construction site within Willow
Fork Drainage District.

6. We have attached an updated checklist for Permit Year 2 items. We will need the Board's approval to release the
checklist to the other Cinco MUDs.
[Month Day, Year]

[Addressee or Company Name]


[Street Address]
[City, State Zip]

Subject: Storm Water Inlet Decal Program


Willow Fork Drainage District
lmplementation of Storm Water Management Program BMP 1.3.5

Dear Volunteer Group:

First, let me extend a heartfelt thank you for your group's assistance in installing storm water inlet
decals for \Mllow Fork Drainage District. Our Storm Water Inlet Decal Program is one aspect of our
TPDES Phase ll Storm Water Permit (TXR040196). Our Phase ll Storm Water Permit requires us to
create and implement a Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) which details the steps that we
will take to reduce or eliminate pollutants in storm water runoff.

With the implementation of the Storm Water Inlet Decal Program, Willow Fork Drainage District comes
closer to completing one of the Public Education and Outreach goals stated in the SWMP. The Public
Education and Outreach portion of the SWMP entails the distribution of educational materials to the
community or conducting equivalent outreach activities. Below is a brief explanation of the purpose of
the Storm Water Inlet Decal Program.

What are Storm Water Inlet Decals and Why is it necessary?


Many people mistakenly believe storm drain inlets empty to water treatment facilities and are treated
before eventually reaching Galveston Bay, so they pour chemicals or sweep debris directly into storm
drains. This dumping greatly increases the level of leaves, soil, litter, fertilizers, pesticides, and other
street residues already present in urban storm water runoff and can contribute substantially to a
decline in water quality. More communities are working to reduce storm water pollution by placing
storm drain inlet markers warning citizens not to dump polluting materials. These storm drain marking
projects usually are conducted by volunteer groups in cooperation with local authorities. Any volunteer
groups are eligible to participate in the program. Examples of groups that can help include Girl
Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4-H clubs, environmental clubs, church youth groups, neighborhood associations,
grade-school classes, and a wide range of civic and service organizations.

This Storm Water Inlet Decal kit provides all the materials necessary to assist with the program.
Please review with your group the documents provided within the kit such as the instructions on
installation, safety procedures, and tips. A good estimate for applying markers is 1 marker every 3
minutes, if working in groups ol2 or 3. For a kit of 30 decals, please allocate an hour and a half for
application. The following items are provided in the kit:

Number of Copies Description


1 Guide on Curb Inlet Decal Installation
1 Guide on Safety Procedures and Tips
30 Storm Water Inlet Decals
1 Wood Handle Wire Brush
2 5-oz. tubes of Curb Marker Adhesive
1 Placement of Decals on WFDD Storm Water Inlets (3 pages)
1 Map of Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) Inlet Locations for Decal
Installation
April28, 2009
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***Please return the Map of WFDD Inlet Locations with the locations of decals installed indicated on
the map to the address listed below:
AECOM c/o Melinda Garza regarding Willow Fork Drainage District
5757 Woodway, Suite 101 West, Houston, Texas 77057

Upon receipt of the Map of WFDD Inlet Locations, your group will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Also, we would appreciate a photo of your group during the installation for possible posting on the
Willow Fork Drainage District website [vwvw.willowforkdrainaqedistrict.com].

Thank you again for your volunteering efforts!

Sincerely,

[Sende/s Name]
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Enclosure

c: Melinda Garza
Storm Water Inlet Decals
Sponsored by
Willow Fork Drainage District
GROUP VOLUNTEER REGISTRATI ON
FORM

Cornplete this p og e qnd. ernoril to WFO n Bo ard. ntentber, D orrr ell Kcliner at

Group Name:
Type of Organization (school, civic assoc., professional, business, church, etc.):

Group Contact:

Address:

City: State: Zip Code:

Email:

Home Phone:

What is the estimated number of volunteers you will have?

What are your estimated project hours?

How many storm drain inlets do you plan to mark?

What is the date of your project?

Emergency Contact Name:

Emergency Contact Number:

***IMPORTANT! Farticipants under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.***

For Office IJse Only:


No. of Decals Distributed: No. of Decals Returned:
Where did the group place decals?
Storm Water Inlet Decals
GUIDE on CURB INLET
DECAL INSTALTATION
The decals are to be placed at storm water !4!g!g such
as grate inlets, curb inlets, and other areas where storm
water runoff enters the storm water sewer system (not
manholes, etc.)

The das Curb Decal should be applied to flat, non-soil surfaces and applied when the
temperature ranges from 40-90" F.
1. Glean Surface
Make sure the application surface is flat, dry and free of any
loose debris. Use the provided brush to remove dirt and
sediment from the application surface.

2. Apply Adhesive
Using the provided adhesive, coming in 1/8" from the outside
edge of the decal, apply a bead of adhesive following the
adhesive guide towards the center.

3. Stick lt!
Push the decal down on the application surface forcing a bead
of adhesive out around the entire edge. lt is important that the
entire edge of the decal is sealed so do not remove excess
adhesive from around the decal.

Photos @ 2007 das Manufacturing, Inc.

As noted in the Introduction letter, please denote on the Map of Willow Fork Drainage District
Inlet Locations where decals are installed. When installation is complete, return the marked
map to AECOM at the address listed below:
AECOM c/o Melinda Garza regarding Willow Fork Drainage District
5757 Woodway, Suite 101 West, Houston, Texas 77057
Storm Water Inlet Decals
GUIDE on SAFETY
PROCEDURES and
TIPS
REMEMBER: SAFETY FIRST!

" Apply decals in groups of two or three.

' Please apply decals during daylight hours in non-adverse weather


conditions.

' Remember to wear clothing you do not mind getting dirty.

' Bring paper towels or a rag for cleaning off hands or bring latex
gloves.

" Any storm drain with oil, paint, or any other hazardous substances
should be noted and reported to the District Operator at the 24-hour
Hotline Number: 281 -57 8-4240

. Review these safety procedures and tips with your volunteer group.
WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT
SUMMARY OF CASH TRANSACTIONS
FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 1, 2OO9 . APRIL 29,2009
(Unaudited)

GENERAL CAPITAL PROJECTS DEBT SERVICE/TAX


FUND FUND FUND

BALANCE,
FEBRUARY 28,2009 $14,668.49 $0.00 $0'00

RECEIPTS 555,254.65 0.00 0.00


DISBURSEMENTS (158,423.91) (54,056.75) (558,86s.42)

INVEST PROCEEDS 160,002.27 s4,056.75 558,865.42


INVEST PURCHASES (s52,588.17) 0.00 0.00

TRANSFERS 0.00 0.00 0.00

BALANCE,
MARCH 31,2009 18,913.33 0.00 0.00

CURRENT MONTHS ACTIVITY:

RECEIPTS 184,855.76 0.00 0.00


DISBURSEMENTS (84,543.70) 0.00 (173,856.87)

INVEST PROCEEDS 0.00 0.00 173,856.87


INVEST PURCHASES (173,856.87) 0.00 0.00

TRANSFERS 0.00 0.00 0.00

CURRENT CASH BALANCE (54,631.48) 0.00 0.00

CURRENT INVESTMENTS 6,854,367.45 315,589.84 6,473,977.87

CASH BALANCES,
APRf L 29,2009 $315,589.84 $6,473,977.87
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DESILTING RESERVE $1,135,000.00

DUE FROM GRAND LAKES $2,073.47

MATUSKA INC P O BOX 842023 HOUSTON TX 77284-2023


281.859.8779 FAX 281.859.8556 fran.fmi@comcast.net
WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT
CASH TRANSACTIONS
FOR THE MONTH ENDED MARCH 31.2OO9

_Document
Date Number Vendor / Customer Name Description Receipts Disbursements

GENERAL FUND

3t12t09 4953
3t12t09 4954
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SCOTT R. LYONS
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DIR FEE 2112
DIR FEEIEXP 2112
138.52
141 .27
3t12t09 4955 APRIL RENBERG DIRFEE 2112 I JO.CZ
3t12t09 4956 JOSEPH S, ROBINSON DIRFEEIEXP A12 151 .72
3t12t09 4957 ALLEN BOONE HUMPHRIES ROBINSON GENERAUMS4 LEGAL THRU 2/20 5,464.61
3112t09 4958 CHAMPIONS HYDRO-LAWN INC FEB MAINT/FERTILIZE/HERBICIDE 130,896.80
3t12t09 4959 F MATUSKA INC FEBRUARY 2OO9 1,292.18
3112109 4960 SEVERN TRENT ENVIRONMENTAL SER POST MEETING NOTICE 10.48
3/12t09 4961 IUD JAN MS4/ADMIN/PERMIT .17,581
.01
3112109 4962 BRIAN E SCHMITT SECURITY PATROL 14 HRS 630.00
3t12t09 4963 CHRISTOPHER T BRONSELL SECURITY PATROL 17 HRS 765.00
3/12t09 4964 BRANDAN L MARCUS SECURITY PATROL 12 HRS 540.00
3t12t09 4965 WAYNE STARK SECURITY COORDINATION 5 HRS 225.00
3t12t09 4966 WILLOW FORK COUNTRY CLUB LUNCH 3t12t2009 448.80

3/4t09 R6-1 DEPOSIT GRAND LAKES VB R&M 2,666.48


3/9/09 J6-2 TRANSFER JANUARY MAINTENANCE TAX 552,588.17

TOTALS -GENERAL FUND 5ss,2s4.65 1s8,423.91

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND


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3/12109 4967 ALLEN BOONE HUMPHRIES ROBINSON CPF-LEGAL THRU 2I2O 148.75
3t12tO9 4968 HTS INC CONSULTANTS CPF-#9426 DITCH VA12 GEOTECH 1,000.00
3t12to9 4971 CHAMPIONS HYDRO-LAWN INC CPF-VA12 SLOPE PAVING REPAIR 52,908.00

TOTALS - CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNO 0.00 54.056.75

DEBT SERVICE/TAX FUND

3112t09
3112/09
4969
4970
FORT BEND CENTRAL APPRAISAL DIST
HARRIS COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT
;;;;;;;;;,,il---
TAX-QUARTERLY BILLING
5,402.25
875.00

3/9/09 J6-2 TRANSFER JANUARY MAINTENANCE TAX RA) tr.AA 17

TOTALS - DEBT SERVICE FUND 0.00 558,865.42


WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT
CASH TRANSACTIONS
FOR THE PERIOD ENDED APRIL 29, 2OO9

_Document_
Date Number Vendor / Customer Name Description Receipts Disbursements

GENERAL FUND

4t29t09 4972 DARRELL W. KAINER DIR FEE 3/12 138.52


4t29t09 4973 SCOTT R. LYONS DIR FEE/EXP 3/12 141 .27
4t29t09 4974 APRIL RENBERG DIR FEE 3/12 138.52
4t29t09 4975 JOSEPH S. ROBINSON DIR FEES/EXP 3112,411 290.25
4t29t09 4976 RICHARD H. WARD DIR FEE/EXP 3/.12 167.12
4t29t09 4977 ALLEN BOONE HUMPHRIES ROBINSON GEN LEGAL THRU 3/20 7 ,117 .45
4t29t09 4978 ASSOCIATION OF WATER BOARD DIR ROBINSON (APRIL;JUNE) 365.00
4t29t09 4979 BKD LLP BAL DUE 9/30/2008 AUDIT 2,500.00
4/29t09 4980 CHAMPIONS HYDRO-LAWN INC MARCH 2OO9 MAINT 27,102.30
4t29t09 4981 DAS CURB MARKERS AAA AA
'
4t29t09 4982 F MATUSKA INC MARCH 2OO9 1,113.94
4t29/09 4983 OMNICAP GROUP LLC ARBITRAGE REBATE STUDY SERg8A 7,500.00
4t29t09 4984 SEVERN TRENT ENVIRONMENTAL SER TV DIVERSION LINES 4,603.93
4t29t09 4985 TCB FEB.MARCH ADMIN/MS4/PERMIT 27,541 .07
4t29t09 4986 UNITED STATES TREASURY 1ST OTR 2OO9 436.14
4t29109 4987 CHRISTOPHER T BRONSELL SECURIry PATROL 19 HRS 855.00
4t29/O9 49BB ARAMIS GONZALEZ SECURITY PATROL 4 HRS 180.00
4t29t09 4989 BRIAN E SCHMITT SECURIry PATROL 23 HRS 1,035.00
4t29t09 4990 WAYNE STARK SECURITY COORDINATION 5 HRS 225.00
4129109 4991 WILLOW FORK COUNTRY CLUB LUNCH 4/29 448.80

4t1tog R7-1 DEPOSIT GRAND LAKES VB R&M 10,998.89


4t21tog J7 -1 TRANSFER FEBRUARY MAINTENANCE TAX 151 ,624.41
4t21t09 J7-3 TRANSFER MARCH MAINTENANCE TM 22,232.46

TOTALS . GENERAL FUND 184,855.76 84,543.70

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND

TOTALS - CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND 0.00 0.00

DEBT SERVICE/TAX FUND

4121IO9 J7-1 TRANSFER FEBRUARY MAINTENANCE TAX 151 ,624.41


4121IO9 J7-3 TRANSFER MARCH MAINTENANCE TAX 22,232.46

TOTALS - DEBT SERVICE FUND 0.00 173.856.87


WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT
SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS
APRTL 29,2009
(Unaudited)

ACCT PURCHASE MATURITY


BANK RATE DATE DATE AMOUNT

GENEAALEUNA
TEXPOOL 1 01 0600004 0.5788% $6,046,817.73

TEXAS CLASS 0 1 -0026-0001 0.6200% 807 ,549.72

TOTAL GENERAL FUND INVESTMENTS $6,854,367.45

CAPIIAL.EBO,IEqLizuNI
TEXPOOL 1 0 1 0600003 0.5788% $287,990 19

TEXAS CLASS 0 1 -0026-0002 0.6200% 27,599.65

TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND INVESTMENTS $31 5,589.84

AEBI.SEBYICEETTND
TEXPOOL 1 01 0600002 o 5788% $5,754,94'1.69

TEXPOOL(TAX ACCT) 1 010600006 0 5788% $202,804.08

TEXAS CLASS 01 -0026-0003 0.6200% 51 5.4 56.09

COMPASS BANK 2514452590 0.0000% 776.01

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUNO INVESTMENTS s6,473,977.87

-..-.-.SCHEDULE OF DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS--.-.--


PAID
01-Mar-09 O 1 -Sep-09 0'1-N,4atr 1 0 01 -Sep- 1 0 01-N4atr1 1 01 -Sep-1 1

SERIES 1997(BANK OF NY)


PRINCIPAL 4 75,000.00
INTEREST 1 1,875.00 11,875.00 11,875.00 11,875.00 11,875.00 11 ,875.00

SERIES 1gg8REF(BANK OF NY)


PRINCIPAL 515,000.00 535,000 00 565,000.00
INTEREST 144,436.25 144,836.25 132,476.25 132,476.25 1 19,368 75 1 19,368.75

SERIES 19984 REF(BANK OF NY)


PRINCIPAL 50,000.00 715,000.00
INTEREST 60,331.25 60,331.25 60.331.25 60,331.25 59,018.75 59,018.75

SERIES 2OO1(BANK OF NY)


PRINCIPAL 75.000.00 1 75,000 00 185,000.00
INTEREST 184,292.50 184,292.50 181,573.75 1 I 1 ,573.75 175,230.O0 175,230.00

SERIES 2OO2(BANK OF NY)


PRINCIPAL 160,000.00 1 70,000.00 1 80,000.00
INTEREST 61,066.88 61,066.88 58,386.88 55,411.88 55,411 88

SERIES 2OO5REF(BANK OF NY)


PRJNCIPAL 1,290,000.00 '1,195,000.00 110,000.00
INTEREST 312,926.25 312,9?6.25 290,351.25 290,351 25 269,438.75 269,438 75

SERIES 2OO6(BANK OF NY)


PRINCIPAL 80,000.00 85,000.00 80,000.00
INTEREST 100.212.50 100,212.50 97,612.50 97,612.50 94,956.25 94.956.25

875,540.63 2,995,540.63 832,606 88 3.042,606.88 785,299.38 3,095,299.38

2009 3,871,081.26 2010 3.875.2'13.76 2011 3,880,598 76


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WFDD
April '09 Operator's Report
(Author ization o f Ditch Maintenance)
Presented by Champions Hydro-Lawn, Inc.

I. General Condition - The overall condition is very good, Bermuda is healthy and well
established.

A. Diversion Channel @ Mason Rd.


B. VAI @ Peek Rd.
C. VA1C @ Enchanted Landing
D. vAlB @ Torchlite Terrace Lane (Looking towards Grand parkway)
E. VAll @ Westheimer parkway
F. VA10 @ Willow Fork
G. V Al2 @ Gaston Rd

II. Request from Fort Bend County Sheniff s department Officer Eddie
(Mobile Number: 832-731-6040)
- Bastista

A. He is requestingthree "No Trespassing Signs,'around south s.T.p. y.M.c.A.


@
B. officer needs to have signs posted so he cin issue citations to:
i. Hunters
ii. Motor Vehicle Operators
C. Cost for Signs - $350.00 each x 3 : $1.050.00

TII. Sink Holes

A. Diversion Channel @ Mason Rd _ Sink Hole


B. VAl1 @ Westheimer parkway _ Sink Hole
i. Cost to repair : $2,950.00 x2: $5.900.00

ry. All in a days work

A. Debris & Carcass Removai


i. Deceased animal
ii. Deceased Nutria
B. Champions Hydro-Lawn Fire Brigade
i. Electrical spark that caused grass fire
ii. Smothering and putting out the fire
iii. Dowsing with water
V. Budget approval -May 2009

4129/2009
Page I of 1
PERDUE" BRANDON. FIELDER. COLLINS & MOTT. L.L.P.
DELINOUENT TAX REPORT
WILLOW FORK DRAINAGE DISTRICT
April9. 2009

Amounts shown are 2007 base tax unless indicated.

Suits filed:
4rd"r" Arsociates, Limited $27,800.00, 2855 Commercial Center
Suit filed 10/05/08; the case is set for trial on 4/15109. Delinquent 2008 taxes are included in the
suit. The property is an apartment complex.
The Cleaning Palace Cleaners 06-07 taxes $1,150.03, personal property account a|22167 Westheimer
Pkwy #130
Suit filed 7130108; a hearing date has been set for 5113109. Delinquent 2008 taxes are included in
the suit.
Melanie C. Jeffers $100.44,25706 Jordan Terrace Ln.
Suit filed 2126/09; a hearing date will be set when the defendants have been served. Delinquent
2008 taxes are included in the suit.
Charles H. & Claudia Bauman $669.62,2551 Skye Springs Ln.
Suit filed 12/8108;' a hearing date has been set for 4/15109. Delinquent 2008 taxes are included in
the suit.

Preparing for suit:


Ahmad & Yasmin A. Zaim 06-01 taxes $745 .80,22830 Orchard Oak Ln.
We are intervening in a suit filed by Cinco MUD 9. Delinquent 2008 taxes will be included in the
suit.

Foreclosure:
Deutsche Bank (was Heather Bunes & Roderick L. Maxwell) 05-07 taxes $1 ,095.71,3022 Senano Trl.
The bank has foreclosed on the propertyl we find that banks generally pay delinquent taxes within
a few months of foreclosure. A statement is being sent to Deutsche Bank.
Wells Fargo (was Patricia Nesbit) 06-07 taxes $579 .59,2726 Sable Ridge Ln.
The account has been paid in full.

Bankrupt. claims filed:


Susan H. & Rolando Comesanas 06-07 taxes $944 .24,2122 Round Hill Ct.
A claim has been filed on behalf of the District.
Gustav L. Jeme $541.97, 25002 Falcon Hollow Ct.
The account has been paid in full.

Deferrals:
Willis & Lois Witt 99-07 taxes, 55,843.97,46 Kelliwood Courts Cir.
Phillip & Nancy Hilton 03-07 taxes $1 ,749.I4,23119 Crossbend Dr.
Jude & Betty McNamara 04-07 taxes $1,518.90,6227 Morgan Canyon Ct.
John & Katherine Foster 03-07 taxes $ 1,207 .90. 5226 Rainfield Ct.
Maurice E. & Tamathea R. Walton 05-07 taxes $951.69, 5227 Sandyfields Ln.
Hwa Kang 06-07 taxes $934.05, 25006 Falcon Hollow Ct.
Elizabeth L. Ruiz 05-07 taxes $886.96,22918 Rainbow Bend Ln.
. These owners have over-65 or disability deferrals.

Page I of 2
2007 accounts:
Mason Rd Ltd Partnership $1,089.50, 3603 Mason Rd.
In February we spoke to Michael Patrick who says he is no longer associated with the business.
He said he would try to make some phone calls and get the problem resolved; we have not heard
back from him and the account is still due. He has not responded to our most recent demand
letters or phone calls.
Michael Anthony Endlich $654.48, 21110 Crystal Greens Dr.
We spoke to the property owner on3120; she stated that she was not aware of the taxes and
requested a statement.
Sharon Lieber $605.64, 3401 Pebble Bay Dr.
The account has been paid in full.

Other accounts:
Steven & Cynthia L. Slebodnik 06-07 taxes $1,101.13,23003 Crystal Downs Ct.
No response to our demand letters or phone calls. We called agarn on2l19 and 3120 but they have
not responded. It appears that the mortgage company is foreclosing upon the property. We will
check agarn next month and if the foreclosure has taken place, we will send a statement to the
new owner.
Donald Ray Stacey 06-07 taxes $887.39,22823 Mountain Creek Ct.
The account has been paid in full.
Kenneth M. & Deborah A. Joyce 06-07 taxes $832 .10,23339 Grand Springs Dr.
The account has been paid in full.
Mokhtar Belkhedim 06-07 taxes $763.58, 2903 Surrey Trail Ln.
He says he is contacting his mortgage company to see why they did not pay the taxes.
Huong Nguyen 06-07 taxes $616.30,24919 Spring Aspen Ct.
He recently made a paSzment to the tax office; the remaining base tax due is $323.86. We are
attempting to contact him about the balance due.

In addition to other accounts listed on this report, there are 22 real property owners who owe between
$60 and $513 in base tax and there are 18 delinquent personal property tax accounts ranging from $29 to
$444. Demand letters have been sent, we are trying to reach each owner by phone and we are contacting
mortgage companies on the real property accounts. Unless the Board would like this handled another
way, we plan to continue collection efforts and consider filing suit in July when the 2008 taxes are
turned over to us for collection.

Report Frequency: Quarterly


Date of Last Report: January 8, 2009

Page 2 of 2
AECOM
5757 Woodway Drive, Suite 101W, Houston, Texas 77057-1599
T 713.780.4100 F 713.780.0838 www.aecom.com

Memorandum

Date April27,2009

To Melinda Gaza, PE
Willow Fork Drainage District Engineer

From Jennifer Hundl, EIT; Liz, Stone, EIT


AECOM Natural Resources Planning Group

Subject Permit Year 2 Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) lmplementation ltems
for Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) and Cinco MUD Nos. 1,2, 3,5, 6, 7' 8' I'
10.12, and 14

Distribution ABHR Smith Murdaugh Little & Bonham


Coats Rose AECOM
Severn Trent Environmental Services Champions Hydro Lawn
Brown & Gay Dannenbaum

Attached are the schedules for activities listed in the SWMP for WFDD and Cinco MUD Nos. 1,2, 3,
5, 6, 7, 8, g, 10, 12, and 14 that are scheduled to be implemented in Permit Year 2. The timeframe
for Permit Year 2 is from 8/13/08 lo 8112109. The implementation activities for WFDD are listed
along with the status for each item. ln the Status/ Date Completed column, we scheduled a
completion date for each implementation item. This date represents when the results of the
implementation are to be presented to the Board. The status of the implementation activities for the
Cinco MUD Districts are also provided.

lf you have any questions, please let us know.


Permit Year 2 Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) lmplementation Schedule
Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) and
Cinco MUD Nos. 1 ,2, 3, 5,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, and 14

WFDD HR - David
BMP Task Status / Date
Gomoleted
3.3.1 Evaluate existing rules or Rate Orders and develop draft modifications and Scheduled for
finalize modifications for adoption by the Board that regulate lllicit Discharges. 0209 - Currently
in review.
5.3.1 Finalize modifications to existing rules or Rate Orders for adoption by the Scheduled for
Board that regulate Post-Construction Storm Water Management in New 06/09
Develooment and Redevelooment.

WFDD - Melinda Garza


BMP Task Status / Date
Comoleted
1 .3.1 Develop or obtain Storm Water Public Education materials. (NRP will assist.)*
1.3.2 Develop and direct Web Contractor to provide messages and updates on
upcoming events and implementation on the District website. (NRP will
assist.)*
1.3.3 Continue to provide copies and updates of SWMP & TPDES Permit to District
Contractors. (NRP will assist.)*
1.3.4 Design signage for Public Education signs. (NRP will assist.)* Scheduled for
5/09
1.3.5 Assemble information on storm drain kit for volunteers to label storm drains in Additionalitems
existing communities and distribute to volunteer organizations. (NRP will requested
assist.)*
2.3.1 Coordinate newspaper publication of Public Notice once received from TCEQ.
(NRP will assist.)*

2.3.2 lf needed, coordinate newspaper publication of Public Meeting and conduct Gomplete only if
oublic meetinq. necessary.
2.3.3 Presentations on the SWMP to interested parties. (NRP will assist.)* Scheduled only if
necessary.
2.3.4 Continue website distribution of information. (NRP will assist.)
3.3.2 Develop basdline WFDD Storm Drainage System map. Coordinate Scheduled for
participating MUD Drainage System mapping information and field verify, 8/09 - Pending
receipt of Cinco
identify, locate, and map additional drainage features. (MUD Systems)
MUDS map

3.3.2 Field verify, identify, locate and map additional drainage features. (WFDD Scheduled for
3/09 - Pending
System)
receipt of Cinco
MUDs map
3.3.3 Develop protocolfor illicit discharge detection and elimination with WFDD Scheduled for
Operator. (NRP will assist.)* 4/09 - Currently in
review. To be
voted on at 04/09
meetinq.
3.3.4 Research and direct Web Contractor to place Fort Bend and Harris Counties'
HHW events on website (NRP will assist.)*
4.3.1 Approved to be
Develoo Construction checklists. (NRP will assist.)* released.

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4.3.1 Continue reviewing all Construction / Development Plans submitted for WFDD --l ' 'J
review / approval. (NRP will assist.)*
4.3.2 Evaluate inspection plan and develop procedure checklists. (NRP will assist.)" Scheduled for
4/09- Gurrently in
review.
4.3.4 Develop or use existing print materials and print and distribute materials with Currently in
plan sets regarding Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control. (NRP will review. To be
voted on at 04/09
assist.)*
meetino.
5.3.2 Evaluate current review process and criteria for appropriate measures and
potential procedures. Develop criteria checklists or modify existing plan review Approved to be
checklists / procedures to provide post-construction storm water management. released.
lmplement updated procedures in review of all submitted plans. (NRP will
assist.)*
5.3.3 Develop or use existing print materials and print and distribute with plan sets Gurrently in
regarding Post-Construction Storm Water Management in New Development review. To be
voted on at (X/09
and Redevelopment. (NRP will assist.)* meetino.
5.3.4 Direct Web Contractor to place educational materials on proper fertilizer and
pesticide application on District website. (NRP will assist.)*
6.3.1 Evaluate existing structural control maintenance and inspection programs.
lmplement modification, if needed, to structural control maintenance program.
Beqin implementation of the inspection and maintenance program.
6.3.3 Assist District Operator with training to WFDD contractors and MUD Operator. Scheduled for
7t09
6.3.7 Review inspection records annually and provide recommendations to the Scheduled for
WFDD Board. 8r09

Data- Track all the construction projects held within the WFDD boundaries.
base (Prepare list of construction proiects in District from 08/13/08- Present)
Annual Collect and gather information through monthly recordkeeping for the Annual
Reoort Reoort.
Annual Prepare Annual Report by November 12th,2oog
Report (Reporting period ends 08/12109. l" Annual Report due to TCEQ by 2114109.
Draft Annual Report scheduled for September 2009 Board meeting. Final
Annual Report scheduled for approval and signatures at October 2009 Board
meetinq.)

WFDD Trent Environmental Services - John


BMP Task Status / Date
Completed
1.3.1 Distributes storm water public education materials.

1.3.3 Continue to provide copies and updates of SWMP & TPDES Permit to District
Contractors throuqh notifvinq the WFDD District Engineer.
1.3.4 Purchase, installation, and maintenance of public education signage, if suitable Scheduled for
location is identified. 6/09

1.3.5 Distribute information on storm drain kit for volunteers to label storm drains in
exi stino communities to volunteer orqanizations.
2.3.3 Assist WFDD District Engineer in giving presentations to interested parties. Scheduled only if
necessary.
3.3.2 Assist WFDD District Engineer in the field verification to identify, locate, and Scheduled for
map additional drainage features. 3/09 - Pending
receipt of Ginco
MUDS map

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3.3.3 lmplement routine inspection program and develop protocol with WFDD Scheduled for
District Engineer. 4/09 - Currently in
review. To be
voted on at 04/09
meetinq.
3.3.3/ Respond to complaints generated through the reporting hotline. Maintain log to -i ri I
4.3.3 document comolaints received and action taken.
4.3.2 With WFDD District Engineer, develop procedure checklists and inspect 100% Scheduled for
of construction sites. 4/09 - Currently in
review.
6.3.1 Evaluate existing structural control maintenance and inspection programs with
WFDD District Engineer and begin and continue implementation of inspection
and maintenance proqram.
6.3.2 Review and inspect WFDD facilities for proper waste disposal.
6.3.3 Present and train Contractor Employee on how to prevent and reduce storm Scheduled for
water oollution from activities related to municipal operations. 7t09

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WFDD facilities.
o.J.o Review all WFDD facilities for spill prevention and have spill kits available, as
needed.
6.3.7 Continue to regularly inspect WFDD facilities and document progress on Work
Orders.

WFDD Contractor (Chan Lawn-Lou lnche


BMP Task Status / Date
Completed
6.3.4 Continue to implement litter control program for Willow Fork Drainage District's
facilities. (Documented in Reports to WFDD Board.)
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Memorandum

Date April27,2009

To Melinda Garza, PE
Willow Fork Drainage District Engineer

From Jennifer Hundl, EIT; Liz, Stone, EIT


AECOM Natural Resources Planning Group

Subject Permit Year 2 Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) lmplementation ltems
for Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) and Cinco MUD Nos. 1,2, 3' 5, 6' 7' 8'I'
10. 12. and 14

Distribution ABHR Smith Murdaugh Little & Bonham


Coats Rose AECOM
Severn Trent Environmental Services Champions Hydro Lawn
Brown & Gay Dannenbaum

Attached are the schedules for activities listed in the SWMP for WFDD and Cinco MUD Nos. 1,2, 3'
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, and 14 that are scheduled to be implemented in Permit Year 2. The timeframe
for Permit Year 2 is from 8/13/08 to 8t12109. The implementation activities for WFDD are listed
along with the status for each item. In the Status/ Date Completed column, we scheduled a
com[letion date for each implementation item. This date represents when the results of the
implementation are to be presented to the Board. The status of the implementation activities for the
Cinco MUD Districts are also provided.

lf you have any questions, please let us know.


Permit Year 2 Storm Water Management Program (S\ AllP) lmplementation Schedule
Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) and
Cinco MUD Nos. 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,12, and 14

WFDD BHR - David


BMP Task Status / Date
Gomoleted
3.3.1 Evaluate existing rules or Rate Orders and develop draft modifications and Scheduled for
finalize modifications for adoption by the Board that regulate lllicit Discharges. 02/09 - Currently
in review.
5.3.1 Finalize modifications to existing rules or Rate Orders for adoption by the Scheduled for
Board that regulate Post-Construction Storm Water Management in New 06/09
Development and Redevelopment.

WFDD CB - Melinda
BMP Task Status / Date
Comoleted
1.3.1 Develoo or obtain Storm Water Public Education materials. (NRP will assist.)*
1.3.2 Develop and direct Web Contractor to provide messages and updates on
upcoming events and implementation on the District website. (NRP will
assist.)*
1.3.3 Continue to provide copies and updates of SWMP & TPDES Permit to District
Contractors. (NRP will assist.)*
1.3.4 Design signage for Public Education signs. (NRP will assist.)* Scheduled for
5/09
1.3.5 Assemble information on storm drain kit for volunteers to label storm drains in Additionalitems
existing communities and distribute to volunteer organizations. (NRP will requested
assist.)"
2.3.1 Coordinate newspaper publication of Public Notice once received from TCEQ.
(NRP willassist.)*

2.3.2 lf needed, coordinate newspaper publication of Public Meeting and conduct Complete only if
public meetinq. necessary.
2.3.3 Presentations on the SWMP to interested parties. (NRP will assist.)* Scheduled only if
necessatv.
2.3.4 Continue website distribution of information. (NRP will assist.)*
3.3.2 Develop basdline WFDD Storm Drainage System map. Coordinate Scheduled for
participating MUD Drainage System mapping information and field verify, 8/09 - Pending
identify, locate, and map additional drainage features. (MUD Systems) receipt of Cinco
MUDs mao
3.3.2 Field verify, identify, locate and map additional drainage features. (WFDD Scheduled for
System) 3/09 - Pending
receipt of Cinco
MUDs mao
3.3.3 Develop protocolfor illicit discharge detection and elimination with WFDD Scheduled for
Operator. (NRP will assist.)* 4/09 - Gurrently in
review. To be
voted on at 04/09
meetinq.
3.3.4 Research and direct Web Contractor to place Fort Bend and Harris Counties'
HHW events on website (NRP will assist.)*
4.3.1 Approved to be
Develop Construction checklists. (NRP will assist.).
released.

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4.3.1 Continue reviewing all Construction / Development Plans submitted for WFDD
)
review / approval. (NRP will assist.)*
4.3.2 Evaluate inspection plan and develop procedure checklists. (NRP will assist.). Scheduled for
4/09- Currently in
review.
4.3.4 Develop or use existing print materials and print and distribute materials with Currently in
plan sets regarding Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control. (NRP will review. To be
assist.)* voted on at 04/09
meetino.
5.3.2 Evaluate current review process and criteria for appropriate measures and
potential procedures. Develop criteria checklists or modify existing plan review
Approved to be
checklists / procedures to provide post-construction storm water management. released.
lmplement updated procedures in review of all submitted plans. (NRP will
assist.)*
5.3.3 Develop or use existing print materials and print and distribute with plan sets Gurrently in
regarding Post-Construction Storm Water Management in New Development review. To be
and Redevelopment. (NRP will assist.)* voted on at 04/09
meetino.
5.3.4 Direct Web Contractor to place educational materials on proper fertilizer and
oesticide aoolication on District website. (NRP will assist.)"
6.3.1 Evaluate existing structural control maintenance and inspection programs.
lmplement modification, if needed, to structural control maintenance program.
Beqin imolementation of the insoection and maintenance Droqram.
6.3.3 Asdst District Operator with training to WFDD contractors and MUD Operator. Scheduled for
7/09
6.3.7 Review inspection records annually and provide recommendations to the Scheduled for
WFDD Board. 8/09
Data- Track all the construction projects held within the WFDD boundaries.
base (Preoare list of construction oroiects in District from 08/13/08- Present)
Annual Collect and gather information through monthly recordkeeping for the Annual
Reoort Report.
Annual Prepare Annual Report by November 12th, 20Og
Report (Reporting period ends 08/12109. l" Annual Report due to TCEQ by 2114109.
Draft Annual Report scheduled for September 2009 Board meeting. Final
Annual Report scheduled for approval and signatures at October 2009 Board
meetinq.)

WFDD rent Environmental Services - John Sau


BMP Task Status / Date
Gompleted
1.3.1 Distributes storm water public education materials.

1.3.3 Continue to provide copies and updates of SWMP & TPDES Permit to District
Contractors throuoh notifuino the WFDD District Enqineer.
1.3.4 Purchase, installation, and maintenance of public education signage, if suitable Scheduled for
location is identified. 6/09
1.3.5 Distribute information on storm drain kit for volunteers to label storm drains in
existinq communities to volunteer orqanizations.
2.3.3 Assist WFDD District Engineer in giving presentations to interested parties. Scheduled only if
necessary.
3.3.2 Assist WFDD District Engineer in the field verification to identify, locate, and Scheduled for
map additional drainage features. 3/09 - Pending
receipt of Ginco
MUDs map

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3.3.3 lmplement routine inspection program and develop protocol with WFDD Scheduled for
District Engineer. 4/09 - Currently in
review. To be
voted on at 04/09
meetinq.
3.3.3/ Respond to complaints generated through the reporting hotline. Maintain log to
4.3.3 document complaints received and action taken.
4.3.2 With WFDD District Engineer, develop procedure checklists and inspect 100% Scheduled for
of construction sites. 4/09 - Currently in
review
6.3.1 Evaluate existing structural control maintenance and inspection programs with
WFDD District Engineer and begin and continue implementation of inspection
and maintenance orooram.
6.3.2 Review and insoect WFDD facilities for orooer waste disoosal.
6.3.3 Present and train Contractor Employee on how to prevent and reduce storm Scheduled for
water pollution from activities related to municipal operations. 7tog
6.3.5 Continue to review and implement good housekeeping requirement at all
WFDD facilities.
6.3.6 Review all WFDD facilities for spill prevention and have spill kits available, as
needed.
6.3.7 Continue to regularly inspect WFDD facilities and document progress on Work
Orders.

WFDD Contractor Lawn - Lou T

Continue to implement litter control program for Willow Fork Drainage District's
facilities. (Documented in Reports to WFDD Board.
*NRP stands TCB Natural Resources Planning Group

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2. Existinq and proposed stormwater management features
a Catchments
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Stormwater management practices: types identified and adequate
surface area allocated on Plan
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c. locations
e. Stream reaches
Prooosed channel modifications
3. Predominant soil types
4. Existinq land cover/land use and proposed limits of disturla4qe'
5. Resource protection areas (e.g. sensitive streams, wetlands and lakes)

The portion below is appticable for sites >7 acre and responsible for creating a Storm Water Pollution Prevention PIan
(SWP3) as determined by the TPDES Construction General Permit.

ffiter Poltt-ltion Prevention Platr

The coft1tr1rct6n caffiponent sf f,b€ Stsrm Water Fatlution Prevention Plan incJudes sf$run water quality
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c,onsl[ilotrbn aDti'!/ffles- Proper hmptemenfafj'sr.] of tfie pIEn and ifispecflbns of fhe coftstrL,cti8n s,Te ale
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3 Stabitized construction entrance locaticns q
4 Sedirnent contrel rneasures for sl'reet flow areas
5 Sedirnent control ffieas$res for concentrated flovl ,areas
6 Storm s€$r'€F Inlet PrDtecti:on rneasure locations and speljfications
I funoff control measures fe.S. fJirers,'bns, rock cl?ec4 dafis, stope drsrns, efcj
I Stonn v,,ater sutlet protection specifications
I Grade stabi lieation structure Iocaiions a nd s pe'cifications
10 Location, dimen:sions,, specifications, and constructioR details of each storrfl water qua,lily measure
t1 TernForary surface stabilization method$ appfopriate tar each seasoft, inctuding sequencing
T2 perrnanenUpost Construction surface stalrilization meagureslspectfteations, illd
13 llatefial handllnc and spill prevention plan
14 l"lonitorinfl ancl rnaintenance qui/delines for each proposed stonn rvater quality rneasure
t5 froslon and sedlnrent control specm
c.Omments:

AECOM
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Storm Water Construction Inspection Report

Storm Water Gonstruction Site Inspection Report


lnstructions
This inspection report has been developed as a helpful tool to aid you in completing
your site inspections. This sample inspection report was created consistent with EPA's
Developing Your Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.

Using the Inspection Report


For ease of use, it is recommended to get a copy of the site layout from the Storm
Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3) prior to the site inspection. lf a site layout is
not obtained prior to the site inspection, please request a copy upon arrival.

When conducting the inspection, walk the site by following the site layout provided in
the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Note any required corrective actions and
the date and responsible person for the correction in the Corrective Action Column.

Suggested Inspection ltems Checklist


Storm Water Construction Inspection Report Form
Site layout map
Copies of Construction Brochure
Business cards
Tape measure
Camera for pictures
Construction General Permit

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Storm Water Construction Site Inspection Report


General lnformatibn
Date of Insoection StarUEnd Time
Proiect Name
Location / Address
TPDES Permit No. TXR
Inspector's Name(s)

Inspector's Title(s)
I nspector's Gontact Information

Site Representatives Names &


Contact Information
(lndicate Primary & Secondary
Operator(s))
Construction Start Date
Project Acreage
Describe Present Phase of
Construction and Overall Gondition of
Site
Onsite Location of SWPPP (Review
SWPPP document. lf site inspection
reports are not kept in SWPPP,
request reoorts and review.)
Onsite Location of Gonstruction Site
Notice(s) & NOI(s) (Request a copy of
the NOls for MS4 Operator's records)
tf located in Harris County, has a Harris County Storm Water Quality Permit been issued? trYes trNo
Type of lnspection:
E Reqular E Pre-storm event tr During storm event O Post-sJqrn pyen!
Weather Information
Has there been a storm event since the last inspection? OYes trNo
lf yes, provide:
Storm Start Date & Time: Storm Duration (hrs): Approximate Amount of Precipitatiqf' (4I
Weather at time of this inspection?
D Clear trCloudy tr Rain tr Sleet tr Fog B Snowing A High Winds
tr Other: Temperature:
Have any discharges occurred since the last inspection? trYes BNo
lf yes, describe:

Are there any discharges at the time of inspection? ElYes ENo


lf yes, describe:

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Overall Site lssues


Below are some generalsffe rssues that should be assessed during inspections. Customize fhls /lst as
needed for conditions at your site. lf any item is'Not Applicable,' please write'N/A' in the 'lmplemented?'
Column.
BMP/activity lmplemented? Maintenance Corrective Action Needed and Notes
Requirioz
1 Are all slopes and OYes trNo trYes trNo
disturbed areas not
actively being worked
orooerlv stabilized?
z Are natural resource BYes trNo DYes tlNo
areas (e.9., streams,
wetlands, mature trees,
etc.) protected with
barriers or similar BMPs?
3 Are perimeter controls DYes trNo OYes trNo
and sediment barriers
adequately installed and
maintained?
4 Are discharge points and trYes trNo OYes trNo
receiving waters free of
anv sediment deposits?
c Are storm drain inlets trYes trNo trYes ENo
orooerlv orotected?
6 Are construction DYes ONo QYes trNo
entrances/exits
preventing sediment from
being tracked into the
street?
7 ls trash/litter from work trYes trNo OYes DNo
areas collected and
placed in covered
dumosters?
8 Are washout facilities OYes [No trYes ENo
(e.9., paint, stucco,
concrete) available,
clearly marked, and
maintained?
I Are vehicle and DYes trNo trYes flNo
equipment fueling,
cleaning, and
maintenance areas free
of spills, leaks, or any
other harmful materials?
10 Are materials that are BYes DNo OYes trNo
potentialstorm water
contaminants stored
inside or under cover?
11 Are non-storm water trYes trNo trYes trNo
discharges (e.9., wash
water, dewatering)
oroperlv controlled?
12 (otheQ trYes DNo trYes trNo

April2009 Page 3
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Site-specific BMPs (use additional sheets if necessary)
. Number the structural and non-structural BMPs identified in your SWPPP on the site layout and
Iist them below (add as many BMPs as necessary).
. Descibe conective actions initiated, date completed, and note the percon that completed the
work in the Corrective Action
BMP BMP. .: BMP ., r, Gorrective Action Needed and Notes
InStallcd? Maintenance
Required?
I
I trYes DNo trYes trNo
2 trYes trNo OYes trNo
? trYes trNo trYes ONo
4 trYes trNo trYes trNo
c trYes trNo trYes trNo
6 trYes trNo trYes trNo
7 BYes trNo trYes ONo
I trYes trNo DYes trNo
o trYes trNo trYes trNo
10 trYes trNo trYes trNo
44
tl OYes ONo trYes trNo
12 trYes trNo trYes trNo
13 trYes ONo DYes trNo
14 trYes trNo trYes trNo
15 OYes ONo trYes ONo
16 trYes trNo QYes trNo
17 trYes ONo OYes trNo
18 OYes DNo trYes trNo
19 trYes trNo trYes trNo
20 trYes trNo trYes trNo

Additional Comments
6nctuOe any incidents of non-compliance not described above.)

Print Name and Title:

Signature: Date:

April2009 Page 4
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Construction/Storm Water Management- Plan Set Review
Name: Date Reviewed:
Address/Location: Reviewer's Initials:
M54 Operator: Overall

.. ttem
:
:, ,1';':i !!!,lIiii s t N/,
1. lxistinq and proposed topography
2. Existinq and proposed stormwater management features
a Catchments
b Drainaqe areas & flowpaths
Stormwater management practices: types identified and adequate
surface area allocated on plan
Proposed drainage and maintenance access routes and easement
c locations
e. Stream reaches
Prooosed channel modifications
J. Predominant soil types
4. Existinq land cover/land use and proposed limits of disturbance,
Resource protection areas (e.q. sensitive streams, wetlands and lakes)

The portion below is appticable for sites >1 acre and responsibte for creating a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
(SWP3) as determined by the TPDES Construction General Permit.

Assessln,ent sf Stol-ft'] Water Polft-ltion Preventlon Platr

Ifte cd#sfrl/atioo Eoffipflftent of the Siarm Water Follutian Prevention F/an tncludes sfern tfaler q{Ja*ty
,01
rneas{J,res to address erc.Elon, sedirnentatjon, ttalt 6E;}el- poli?fiatrls assocjaled t'tti-f/r lar'?d distilr0Ence aild
c€irst,rlfclron ecfi.rr.lTtes- Proper iraplemenfatsfl of ffre p,{an and insper3ffcfis of ffie mnstruclian slte ale
fiecesja,ry ta ffiiftir1lize flte rllsc,trarge D,f5lolt'{,fa$f5. Tlw Pdojeci. Sffe O1,tri'}ersnould he ei'mre tfiat
(E
fiJ Ljfffi3,re$een consiru6f,,on actjb'l$'es arTd r,yeafn€r coirdJ:tiotls may atrect tt'te pelfoff??anoe 6f a pracilce or ffie
fi) effectireness of the Nan. The plan rnust be a flexl-EJe doctfi?eilt l,vf-fil prDfis/"ofr9 ta m{J{tify or su/Jsbfufe
E [)
z. nr€cuces a$,r?ecrgssarf -
1 Descrioticn a{ potentiat Sollutant sources associateci with con$truction actMties
2 Sequence describinq storm lvater qualitV measure lrnplernentaticn relative to land disturbing activities
3 Stabilized construction entrance locatiens and spe.ctfication faf a# poi?
4 Sedirnent control measures for sheet flow areas
5 Sediment control rneasures for concentrated flovl areas
E Storm, selrjer inlet orotectlon rneas'ure lscations aftd specifications
I Runoffcontro,l measures f€.g. rJilleJsl'ons, rock checkdarns, siqpq d,€rls,-efcJ
I Stcnn v,rater sutlet Rrotection specificationg
s Grade stalrilization structure localions and specificationq
t0 l-ocation. dimensions, specifl cations, and const
11 Temporafir suiface stabilization rnethods apFropriate far each seasoft, inctuding sequencing
12 Permanent/FostConstructiongurracestalri|'izationn.lea5ureS/5pecift
13 l,Iaterial handlino and spillprevention plan
t4 l'4onitorinc ancl maintenance quidelines for each propq@
'15 Erosion End sediment control speclfications {qpiqject, including in
C,onrments:

AECOM
04t07t09
Storm Water Gonstruction Inspection Report

Storm Water Gonstruction Site Inspection Report


Instructions
This inspection report has been developed as a helpful tool to aid you in completing
your site inspections. This sample inspection report was created consistent with EPA's
Developing Your Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.

Using the Inspection Report


For ease of use, it is recommended to get a copy of the site layout from the Storm
Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3) prior to the site inspection. lf a site layout is
not obtained prior to the site inspection, please request a copy upon arrival.

When conducting the inspection, walk the site by following the site layout provided in
the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Note any required corrective actions and
the date and responsible person for the correction in the Corrective Action Column.

Suggested Inspection ltems Checklist


Storm Water Construction Inspection Report Form
Site layout map
Copies of Construction Brochure
Business cards
Tape measure
Camera for pictures
Construction General Permit

AECOM
April2009 Page 1
Storm Water Gonstruction

Storm Water Construction Site Inspection Report


General lnformation
Date of lnspection StarUEnd Time
Proiect Name
Location / Address
TPDES Permit No. TXR
Inspector's Name(s)

Inspector's Title(s)
I nsDector's Gontact Information

Site Representatives Names &


Contact Information
(lndicate Primary & Secondary
Operator(s))
Gonstruction Start Date
Project Acreage
Describe Present Phase of
Construction and Overall Condition of
Site
Onsite Location of SWPPP (Review
SWPPP document. lf site inspection
reports are not kept in SWPPP,
request reoorts and review.)
Onsite Location of Construction Site
Notice(s) & NOI(s) (Request a copy of
the NOls for MS4 Operator's records)
lf located in Harris County, has a Harris County Storm Water Quality Permit been issued? trYes trNo
Type of Inspection:
tr Reqular E Pre-storm event D During storm gvent E Post-storm event
Weather Information
Has there been a storm event since the last inspection? QYes trNo
lf yes, provide:
Storm Start Date & Time: Storm Duration (hrs): Approximate Amount of Pr
Weather at time of this inspection?
tr Clear trCloudy tr Rain tr Sleet tr Fog tr Snowing D High Winds
tr Other: Temperature:
Have any discharges occurred since the last inspection? DYes trNo
lf yes, describe:

Are there any discharges at the time of inspection? trYes ONo


lf yes, describe:

April2009 Page 2
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Storm Water Gonstruction Inspection Report

Overall Site lssues


Below are some generalsife lssues that should be assessed during inspections. Customize fhrs /ist as
needed for conditions at your site. lf any item is'Not Applicable,' please write 'N/A' in the 'lmplemented?'
Column.
BMP/activity lmplemented? Maintenance Corrective Action Needed and Notes
Reouired?
1 Are all slopes and trYes trNo trYes trNo
disturbed areas not
actively being worked
oroperlv stabilized?
2 Are natural resource trYes trNo trYes trNo
areas (e.9., streams,
wetlands, mature trees,
etc.) protected with
barriers or similar BMPs?
3 Are perimeter controls trYes trNo trYes DNo
and sediment barriers
adequately installed and
maintained?
4 Are discharge points and trYes trNo BYes trNo
receiving waters free of
any sediment deposits?
5 Are storm drain inlets DYes trNo trYes trNo
orooerlv orotected?
6 Are construction ElYes trNo trYes ONo
entrances/exits
preventing sediment from
being tracked into the
street?
7 ls trash/litter from work DYes trNo trYes trNo
areas collected and
placed in covered
dumosters?
8 Are washout facilities trYes trNo trYes trNo
(e.9., paint, stucco,
concrete) available,
clearly marked, and
maintained?
9 Are vehicle and trYes trNo trYes trNo
equipment fueling,
cleaning, and
maintenance areas free
of spills, leaks, or any
other harmful materials?
10 Are materials that are trYes DNo DYes trNo
potential storm water
contaminants stored
inside or under cover?
11 Are non-storm water QYes BNo QYes trNo
discharges (e.9., wash
water, dewatering)
properlv controlled?
12 (Other) trYes DNo trYes trNo

April2009 Page 3
AECOM
Site-specific BMPs (use additional sheets if necessary)
. Number the structural and non-structural BMPs identified in your SWPPP on the site layout and
Iist them below (add as many BMPs as necessary).
. Descibe conective actions initiated, date completed, and note the person that completed the
wofu in the Corrective Action
BMP BMP . BMP Gorrective Action Needed and Notes
lnstalteA? Maintenance
Reouired?
1 trYes trNo trYes trNo
2 BYes trNo trYes trNo
J trYes trNo trYes trNo
4 DYes trNo trYes trNo
b DYes trNo trYes trNo
6 trYes DNo trYes trNo
7 trYes trNo OYes trNo
8 DYes DNo DYes trNo
9 trYes trNo OYes ONo
10 trYes trNo trYes trNo
11 QYes trNo trYes trNo
12 trYes trNo trYes DNo
13 trYes DNo OYes trNo
14 trYes trNo BYes trNo
15 trYes trNo trYes ONo
16 OYes trNo OYes trNo
tt trYes ONo trYes trNo
'18 trYes DNo OYes QNo
19 trYes trNo trYes trNo
20 trYes trNo trYes trNo

Additional Comments
(lnclude any of non-compliance not bed above.)

Print Name and Title:

Signature: Date:

April2009 Page 4
AECOM
"*'il,Pfn
WFDD
April '09 Operator,s Report
(Author ization o f D itch Maintenanc e)
Presented by Champions Hydro-Lawn, Inc.
I. General Condition - The overall condition is very good, Bermuda is healthy
and well
established.

A. Diversion Channel @ Mason Rd.


B. VAI @ Peek Rd.
C. VA1C @Enchanted Landing
D. vAlB @ Torchlite Terrace Lane (Looking towards Grand parkway)
E. VAl1 @ Westheimer parkway
F. VA10 @ Willow Fork
G. VAl2 @ Gaston Rd

II. Request from Fort Bend County Sheniff s department Officer


(Mobile Number: 832-731-6040)
- Eddie Bastista

A. He is requesting three "No Trespassing Signs,, around south s.T.p. y.M.c.A.


B. officer needs to have signs posted so he @
irr.r" citations to:
i. Hunters "*
ii. Motor Vehicle Operators
C. Cost for Signs - $350.00 each x 3 = $1,050.00

m. Sink Holes

A. Diversion Channel @ Mason Rd Sink Hole


-
B. VAl1 @ Westheimer Parkway Sink Hole
: -
i.
Cost to repair $2,950.00 x2: $5.900.00

[V. All in a days work


A. Debris & Carcass Removal
i. Deceased animal
ii. Deceased Nutria
B. Champions Hydro-Lawn Fire Brigade
i. Electrical spark that caused grass fire
ii. Smothering and putting out the fire
iii. Dowsing with water
V. Budget approval -May 2009

4/29/2009
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American Plant Food 713.67s.2231 Dr.Larry Unruh, Cert. Agr. may be able to repair and rehab the project to get it prepared for maintenance.
Costello Ensineers 713"783.7788 Ralph Mssel. PE . Swale ditch repair
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Hassell Construction 28r.893.2570 Jim Hassell, Prere F-- . Sinkhole repair
Huitt-Zoll ars Engineers 281.496.0066 Steve Gardner, PE . Debris removal
Edminster, Hinshaw & Russ 713.787.4500 Julian Garza,PE . Light clearing of trees
Lecon, Inc. 713.68r.4366 Dan Lloyd , President
Lindsey, Inc. 281.651.0000 Curtis Lindsey, President
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Longhorn Excavators 281.937 .9700 John Parker, President
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Brown & Gay Engineers 281.s58.8700 Mike Kennedy, PE
inspections and SWQ feature cleaning and inspections.
Sander Engineers 713.784.4830 Dennis Sander, President
Willow Fork Drainage District 713.860.6400 Steve Robinson, Attorney
. By putting the responsibility for the rehab on us along with maintenance, it provides you
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.lr connucATED METAL PrPE

461.1 Description. Comrgated metal pipe shall consist of furnishing and


placing corrugated metal pipe conforming to these specifications. The
pipe shall be furnished to the sizes and dimensions required and shall be
installed in such places as shown on the drawings or as designated by
Engineer, in accordance with these specifications and in conformity with
the lines and grades given.

46r.2 / Materials. Metal pipe shall be full circle conforming to AASHTO M36,
or AASHTO M196, Typ. I as specified on the plans.

/ Galvanized Steel coated sheets shall confonn to AASHTO M2lB and


structural plate material shall meet eitherAASHTO MI67 or M219. It
may be fabricated with circumferential corrugations, l"p joint
construction with riveted or spot welded seams or it may be fabricated
with helical corrugations with continuous helical lock seam or ultra high
frequenry resistance butt welded seams.

/ Pre-.coatgd Galvanized Steel pipe shall be full circle conforming to


AASHTO Designation M246, Typ. I as specified on the drawings. It
may be fabricated with circumferential corrugations, l"p joint
construction with riveted seams, or it may be fabricated with helical lock
seams. Unless otherwise noted on the drawings, both the inside and
outside coating shall be a minimum of l0 mils.

The shape and minimum gage for pipe shall conform to Height of Cover
Tables for ted the ional
NCSPA

Gaskets to be O ring type. Gasket material shall meet the requirements


of ASTM C361. Diameter to be l3ll6-inch for l/2-inch deep
corrugations (pipe size 12 inches through 54 inches), and I 3/B-inch for
l-inch corrugations. (60 inches and larger) gasket lengths shall be in
accordance with the pipe manufacturer's recommendations.

r/ Coupling bands shall conform to the requirements of AASHTO M36.


Width of ffiiconnectinq bands shall be in accordance with Texas
Department of Transportatidn's Specification "Corrugated Metal Pipe-
Coupling Bands". Dimple bands will not be accepted.

Bituminous coated circular pipe shall conform to this specification both


as to base metal and fabrication and in addition shall be coated inside
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and out with a bituminous coating which shall meet the performance
requirements set forth herein and with AASHTO M-190. The pipe shall
be uniformly coated inside and out to a minimum thickness of 0.05-
inch, measured on the crests of the corrugation.

When a paved invert is specified, the pipe, in addition to the fully


coated treatment described above, shall receive additional bituminous
material, of the same specifications as above, applied to the bottom
quarter of the circumference to form a smooth pavement with a
minimum-thickness of l/B-inch above the crests of the corrugations.

Fully lined (either asphalt or concrete linings) corrugated metal pipe


shall be in conformance with AASHTO M190, Typ" D or ASTM A849.

Field coating of pipe shall be in conformance with AASHTO M243 1f


specified. It shall not be allowed as an alternate to hot dip asphalt
coating per AASHTO MI90.

Construction Methods. Trench shall be excavated to the alignment,


oeprn ano wrotn requrreo. Srace
@. Brace trencn drain so tnat
trench and drarn that the work
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be accomplished safely and efficiently. Trenches shall be excavated with
suitable type equipment such as ladder type trenching machines or
trench hoes or other equipment. Trench widths for pipes less than 30-
inches shall as a minimum be the width of outside barrel of pipe plus
l2-inches. The maximum trench width shall be the maximum width of
the outside barrel of the pipe plus l8-inches.

Where necessary, excavations shall have sheathing and bracing to


prevent caving. All sheathing and bracing shall be designed to the
requirements of OSFIA Standard 1926, Subpart P (latest edition).
Depth of trenches without sheathing or bracing shall comply with
OSHA Regulation 1926.650.

For pipe 3O-inch and larger, the minimum width of the trench shall be
the width of the outside barrel of the pipe plus l6-inches and the
maximum width of the outside barrel of the pipe plus 24-inches.

After the trench has been excavated to the bottom. the trench shall be
fine graded to the established subgrade. Any over excavation of the
subgrade shall be filled with 1.5 sack/ton of cement stabilized sand.

The Engineer will furnish and set vertical and horizontal control stakes
which will establish the base line or centerline and bench marks and will
furnish the Contractor with all necessary information relating to lines
and grades. The Contractor shall establish the grade line in the trench
from grade stakes. The Contractor shall maintain this grade control a
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minimum of 100-feet behind and ahead of the pipe laying operation.
The Contractor shall, at his own expense, furnish and place in position
as directed by the Engineer all necessary stakes, grade and batter boards
for locating the work. The Contractor may, at his own expense, use a
laser beam to maintain line and grade of the work as authorized by the
Engineer.

tnThe pipe shall be bedded in a foundation of cement stabilized sand


conforming to Item 433, "Cement Stabilized Sand Bedding and
Backfill", Item 430 "Construction of Underground Utilities, and the
drawings. When requested by the Engineer, the Contractor shall furnish
a simple template for each site and shape of pipe to be placed for use in
checking the shaping of bedding.

Unless otherwise authorized by the Engineer, the laying of pipes on the


prepared foundation shall be started at the outlet end, the separate
sections firmly joined together, with outside laps of circumferential
joints pointing upstream and with longitudinal laps on the sides. Any
metal in joints which is not protected by galvanizing, shall be coated
with a suitable asphaltum paint. Proper facilities shall be provided for
hoisting and lowering the sections of pipe into the trench without
damaging the pipe or disturbing the prepared foundation and the sides
of the trench. Any pipe which is not in alignment or which shows any
undue settlement after laying, or is damaged, shall be taken up and re-
lpid without extra compensation.

Multiple installations of corrugated metal pipe shall be laid with the


center lines of individual barrels parallel. Unless otherwise indicated on
the plans, the following clear distances between outer surfaces of
adiacent pipes shall be maintained as shown in Table No. t.

TABLE 1

Diameter Clear Distance Between Pipes


of Pipe Full Circle

IB" l'-2u
24 I'-5u
30" l'- Bu
36" l'- I l"
42', 2',-2',
48', 2',-5"
54', 2'- 10"
60*-84', 3',-2',
90"-120" 3'- 5"
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Where new structures are constructed as extensions to structures in


place or as iointed to existing structures, the construction shall include
all work necessary to provide a proper connection between the new
structure and the old as indicated on the drawings, including coating of
the connection with bituminous material when required.

After the metal pipe structure has been completely assembled on the
proper line and grade and headwalls constructed when required by the
drawing details, selected material from excavation or borrow shall be
placed along both sides of the completed structure(s) equally, in uniform
layers not exceeding 6-inches in depth (loose measurement), wetted if
required and thoroughly compacted between adiacent structures and
between the structure(s) and between the sides of the trench, or for a
distance each side of the structure equal to the diameter of the pipe.
Backfill material shall be compacted to the same density requirements as
specified for the adjoining section of the embankment. Above the three-
fourths point of the structure, the fill shall be placed uniformly on each
side of the pipe in layers not to exceed l2-inches. For backfilling, until a
minimum cover of l2-inches is obtained, only hand operated tamping
equipment will be allowed within vertical planes two feet beyond the
horizontal projection of the outside surfaces of the structure.

Pipe damaged by the Contractor's backfilling operation shall be removed


and replaced by the Contractor at no additional cost to Harris County.
Unless otherwise shown on the drawings or permitted in writing by the
Engineer, no heavy earth moving equipment will be permitted to haul
over the structure until a minimum of 4-feet of permanent or temporary,
compacted fill has been placed thereon. Pipe damaged by the
Contractor's equipment shall be removed and replaced by the
Contractor at no additional cost to Harris County.

During the backfilling operations, special emphasis shall be placed upon


the need for obtaining uniform backfill material and uniform compacted
density throughout the length of the pipe. Prior to adding each new
layer of loose backfill material, until a minimum of l2-inches of cover is
obtained, and inspection will be made of the inside periphery of the
structure for local or unequal deformation caused by improper
construction methods. Evidence of such will be reason for corrective
measures as directed by the Engineer.

46r.4 Measurement. Comrgated metal pipe will be measured by the linear


foot. Such measurements will be made between the ends of the barrel
along its flow line. Where spurs of branches or connections to existing
pipe lines are involved, measurement of the spur of new connecting pipe
will be made from the intersection of its flow line with the outside
Item 461 FOR PROIECTS INITIATED
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surface of the pipe into which it connects. Where inlers, headwalls,


catch basins, manholes, junction chambers or other structures are
included in lines of pipe, the length of pipe tytng into the structure wall
will be included for measurement but no other portion of the structure
length and width will be so included.

461.5 Payment.__ Payment for corrugated metal pipe measured and prescribed
above, will be made at the contract unit price bid per linear foot for the
various sizes of "Corrugated Metal Pipe" of the material and protective
coating as indicated on the plans.

There are line code(s). description(s). and unit(s) for this item.

END OF ITEM 46I


Item 461 FOR PROIECTS INITIATED
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REVISION 5

SUMMARY SHEET

ITEM 46I CORRUGATED METAI PIPE

Other Specifications Required

Item 433 - Cement Stabilized Sand Bedding and Backfill

Reference standards

AASHTO - M36, M190, M245, M2lB, M274,Mlg6,Mtg7,M246


ASTM - C361, A849, A79B

Description

Discusses the furnishing and installation of corrugated galvanized metal pipe

Payment

By the linear foot, installed

DO NOT INCLUDE THIS SHEET IN CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS


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HARRIS COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT


STANDARD SPEGIFICATIONS BOOK
TABLE OF CONTENTS llorrir Couniy
flood Control Dirlrid
DIVISION { - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
SUiIiIARY
01181 Private Utilities

PRICE AND PAYTUIENT PROCEDURES


01270 Measurement and Payment
A1292 Schedule of Values
ADiIINISTRATIVE REQUIRETENTS
01325 Construction Schedules
01328 Construction Surveying
01330 SubmittalProcedures
QUALITY REQUIREMENTS
01422 Reference Technical Standards
01457 Construction Tests and Inspection
TETPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS
01520 Temporary Facilities for Engineer
0i562 ConstructionFence
01565 General Source Controls
01580 Project Signs
EXECUTION REQUIREMENTS
01785 Project Record Documents
DIVISION 2 - SITE CONSTRUCTION
SITE PREPARATION
02120 Material Disposal
02200 Site Preparation and Restoration
02232 Selective Clearing
02233 Clearing and Grubbing
02241 Care and Control of Water
02269 Trench Safety System
EARTHWORK
02314 Fill Material
02315 Excavating and Backfilling
02316 Structural Excavating and Backfilling

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STANDARD SPEGIFIGATIONS BOOK
TABLE OF CONTENTS

EARTHWORK (CONTTNUED)
02317 Desilting Channels
02321 Cement Stabilized Sand
02322 Flowable Fill
02361 Silt Fences
02364 Filter Dams
02365 Stabilized Construction Access
02374 Articulating Concrete Block
02376 Concrete Channel Lining and Concrete Interceptor Structures
02377 Rectangular Concrete Channel
02378 Riprap and Granular Fill
02379 Geotextiles for Erosion Control Systems
FOUNDATION AND LOAD.BEARING ELEilENTS
02462 Steel Sheet Piling
02464 Timber Bents
DRAINAGE AND CONTAINHENT
02505 High Density Polyethylene Pipe
Q2611 Reinforced Concrete Pipe
A2U2 Precast Reinforced Concrete Box
02630 Concrete Manholes
02631 7 Storm Sewers and Outfalls
02632 v Cast-in-Place Inlets, Headwalls and Wingwalls
02642 Corrugated Metal Pipe n'
PLANTING
02911 Topsoil
02921 Turf Establishment
02922 Sod
02923 Seed
02925 Mulch and Tackifier
02936 Fertilizer
02938 Mowing
02940 lrrigation
42941 Herbicide Application

DIVISION 3 - CONCRETE

CAST.IN.PLACE CONCRETE
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CORRUGATED TIIETAL PIPE
flood Conlrol Diihid

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1 SUMi||ARY

A. Section includes requirements for corrugated metal pipe (CMP) for gravity
sewers and drains, including fittings and appurtenances.

1.2 TUIEASUREMENT AND PAYIIENT

A. Measurement and payment is as noted on the Unit Price Schedule.


B. Refer to Section O127O Measurement and Payment for unit price
procedures.

1.3 REFERENCE
A. AASHTO M 36 - Corrugated Steel Pipe, Metallic-Coated, for Sewers
and Drains.
B. AASHTO M 190 - Bituminous Coated Corrugated Metal Culvert Pipe and
Pipe Arches.
C. AASHTO M - 218 Steel Sheet, Zinc Coated (Galvanized) for Corrugated
Steel Pipe.
D. AASHTO M232 - Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on lron and Steel Hardware.
E. AASHTO M245 - Corrugated Steel Pipe, Polymer Precoated, for Sewers
and Drains.
F. AASHTO M 246 - Steel Sheet, Aluminum-Coated and Polymer
Precoated for Corrugated Steel Pipe.
G. ASTM A 760 - Corrugated Steel Pipe, Metallic-Coated for Sewers and
Drains.
H. ASTM B 633 - Electrodeposited Coatings of Zinc on lron and Steel.
L TT-P-641G - Federal Specification: Primer Coating; Zinc Dust-Ztnc
Oxide (For Galvanized Surfaces).

1.4 SUBMITTALS

A. Refer to Section 01330 - Submittal Procedures.


B. Provide manufacturer's product specifications and certification that pipe,
couplings and appurtenances were manufactured in compliance with
standards referenced in this Section.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1 PIPE AND FITTINGS

A. Corrugated metal pipe shall be galvanized steel, polymer precoated


galvanized steel or as shown on the Plans.
B. Coupling bands and other hardware for corrugated metal pipe:
1. Coupling bands shall be not more than 3 nominal sheet thicknesses
lighter than the thicknesses of the pipe to be connected and in no case
Iighter than 0.064 inch.
2. Provide 24 inch wide coupling bands with annular corrugations. Base
metal, corrugation, diameter and coating of the coupling band shall
match the pipe.
3. Bolts for coupling bands shall be l12inch diameter. Bands shall have a
minimum of 3 bolts at each connection.
4. Galvanized bolts may be hot dip galvanized, mechanically galvanized
or electrogalvanized.
C. Bituminous coated pipe or pipe arch shall be coated inside and out with a
bituminous coating.
1. The pipe shall be uniformly coated inside and out to a minimum
thickness of 0.05 inch, measured on the crests of the corrugations.
2, The bituminous coating shall adhere to the metal so that it will not chip,
crack or peel during handling and placement. Coating shall protect the
pipe from corrosion and deterioration.
3. \l/here a paved invert is shown on the Plans, the pipe or pipe arch, in
addition to the fully coated treatment described above, shall receive
additional bituminous material applied to the bottom quarter of the
circumference to form a smooth pavement. Apply a minimum thickness
of 1/8 inch above the crests of the corrugations.
D. Furnish all fittings and accessories required for bends, end sections,
branches, access manholes and connections to other fittings. Fittings and
accessories are subject to the same internal and external loads as straight
pipe.

2.2 PIPE FABRICATION

A. Steel Pipe:
1. Galvanized pipe conforming to AASHTO M 36 shall be full circle
Type l, Type lA or Type lR; or pipe arch Type ll or Type llR.
2. Fabrication with circumferential corrugations, lap joint construction with
riveted or spot welded seams, helical corrugations with continuous
helical lock seam or ultra-high frequency resistance butt-welded seams
are acceptable.

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B. Polymer Precoated Galvanized Steel Pipe:


1. Pipe conforming to the requirements of AASHTO M 245 shall be full
circle Type l, Type lA or Type lR; or pipe arch Type ll or Type llR.
2. Fabrication with circumferential corrugations, lap joint construction with
riveted seams or helical lock seams is acceptable.
3. Inside and outside coating shall be a minimum of 10 mils.
PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1 PREPARATION

A. Damaged spelter coating shall be repaired by thoroughly wire brushing the


damaged area and removing all loose, cracked or weld-burned spelter
coating. Paint the cleaned area with a zinc dust-zinc oxide primer paint
conforming to Federal Specification TT-P-641 g.
B. Damaged polymer coating shall be repaired in accordance with the
manufacturer's recommendations.

3.2 INSTALLATION

A. lnstall in accordance with the requirements of Section 02631 - Storm


Sewers and Outfalls unless shown otherwise on the Plans.

END OF SECTION

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BID TABULATION
$ JOB NO. 09/0113
N111-01-00-X004

$ BIDS RECEIVED 41612009

$ Jaho, Inc. $221,972.OO


Excalibur Excavation, L.P. $223,000.00
Spring Equipment Company, lnc. $226,1 30.00
Slack & Company Contracting, lnc. s232,222.O0
Mar-Con Services. LLG. $234,395.60
MAS Contractors, L.L.C. $240,057.00
Rozco Contracting, Inc. $244,660.00
L. N. McKean, Inc. $251,090.00
Double Oak Construction $256,193.00
Lindsey Construction, Inc. $259,205.00
Windsor Contracting, LLC $273,580.00
TJ&TEnterprises, lnc. $274,350.00
\ Grisham Grading & Excavating $302,850.00
Pace Services, L.P. $312,355"00
\\ C. E. Barker, Ltd. $330,286.50
Serco Construction Group, LTD. $356,592.06