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​Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District

Type your paragraph here.NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT

141 Union Boulevard, Suite 150

Lakewood, Colorado 80228-1898

Tel: 303-987-0835 – 800-741-3254

Fax: 303-987-2032

 

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING AND AGENDA OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE DISTRICT AND OF THE WASTE WATER UTILITY ENTERPRISE

 

Board of Directors:

Office:

Term/Expiration:

Anthony M. Dursey

President

2022/May 2022

James D. “Jim” Zimmerman

Secretary

2022/May 2022

Gregory A. “Greg” Fabisiak

Treasurer

2020/May 2020

Catherine “CiCi” Kesler

Assistant Secretary

2020/May 2020

VACANT

 

2022/May 2020

 

DATE:            April 22, 2020

TIME:             4:00 P.M.

PLACE:          VIA Conference Call

 

DUE TO CONCERNS REGARDING THE SPREAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND THE BENEFITS TO THE CONTROL OF THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS BY LIMITING IN-PERSON CONTACT, THIS DISTRICT BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD BY CONFERENCE CALL WITHOUT ANY INDIVIDUALS (NEITHER DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES NOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC) ATTENDING IN PERSON. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS MEETING, PLEASE CALL IN TO THE CONFERENCE BRIDGE AT 1-877-261-8991 AND WHEN PROMPTED, DIAL IN THE PASSCODE OF 6964594.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

 

Review and approve Minutes of the March 25, 2020 regular meeting (enclosure).


 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 

                                                                                                                                   

 

FINANCIAL MATTERS

 

Review and approve the payment of claims through the period ending April 22, 2020 as follows (enclosure):

 

General Fund

$              6,754.28

Enterprise Fund

$            31,728.14

Total:

$            38,482.42


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and accept the schedule of cash position as of March 31, 2020 (enclosure); and the unaudited financial statements for the period ending March 31, 2020; and a report on collections for the facilities renovation fees, grease trap inspection fee collections, commercial billing and any other fees imposed and collected by the District (enclosure).


 

LEGAL MATTERS

 

Update on drainage crossing for Amanda Weaver.


 

Update on 930 Alkire Street Easements.


 

Update on proposed Third Restated and Amended Sewer Service Agreement with Applewood Sanitation District.


 

Update on Glory of God Church.


 

OPERATIONS MATTERS

 

Operations Monthly Report (enclosure).

 

1.                    

 

Engineer’s Report (enclosure).

 

Status of 2019 Capital Improvements.


 

Review and consider approval of proposal from Levi Contractors, Inc. for Weaver Bridge, in the amount of $35,650 (enclosure).


 

OTHER BUSINESS

 

Website update.



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ADJOURNMENT      THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR

MAY 27, 2020.


RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS


 

MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE

NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE WASTEWATER UTILITY ENTERPRISE

HELD MARCH 25, 2020

 

A Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District and the Board of Directors of its Wastewater Utility Enterprise (collectively referred to hereafter as “Board”) was convened, on Wednesday, the 25th day of March 2020, at 4:00 P.M. by teleconference. The meeting was open to the public.


 

ATTENDANCE             Directors In Attendance Were:

Anthony M. Dursey Greg Fabisiak

CiCi Kesler

Jim Zimmerman

 

Also In Attendance Were:

Steve Beck; Special District Management Services, Inc. Tim Flynn, Esq.; Collins, Cockrel & Cole, P.C.

Bill Willis; Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers Wayne Ramey; Ramey Environmental Compliance Walt Frankland; the District’s website consultant George Clark Davenport; District resident

 


ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS


Minutes: The Board reviewed the minutes of the February 26, 2020, Regular Meeting.

 

Following discussion, upon motion duly made by Director Kesler, seconded by Director Zimmerman, and upon vote, unanimously carried, the minutes of the February 26, 2020 Regular Meeting were approved, as presented.


 


RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

There were no public comments.

                      

FINANCIAL MATTERS

Claims: Mr. Beck reported to the Board that the claims statement included the Pay Application No. 2 from Insituform that will be discussed during the Engineering Report. The Board considered approval and ratification of the payment of claims through the period ending March 25, 2020, as follows:

 

General Fund                                             $      13,889.87

Enterprise Fund                                          $    282,379.08

Total                                                           $    296,268.95

 

Following discussion, upon motion duly made by Director Kesler, seconded by Director Zimmerman and, upon vote, unanimously carried, the Board approved the payment of claims and Pay Application #2 for the period ending March 25, 2020, as presented.

 

Unaudited Financial Statement: Mr. Beck reviewed with the Board the unaudited financial statements of the District setting forth the cash deposits, investments, and budget analysis, accounts payable vouchers for the period ending February 29, 2020, the schedule of cash position dated February 29, 2020, and the Accounts Receivable reports on collections of fees, the past due accounts and collection efforts.

 

Following discussion, upon motion duly made by Director Kesler, seconded by Director Fabisiak and, upon vote, unanimously carried, the Board accepted the unaudited financial statements of the District setting forth the cash deposits, investments, budget analysis, accounts payable vouchers and accounts receivables reports for the period ending February 29, 2020, and the schedule of cash position dated February 29, 2020, as presented.

 

LEGAL MATTERS

 

Update on the drainage crossing for the Amanda Weaver property: Attorney Flynn reported that Westridge has secured a contractor to complete their portion of the project. Mr. Willis will be contacting the contractor to obtain a quote for the bridge crossing so that the work is completed at the same time.

 

Update on 930 Alkire Street Easements: Attorney Flynn reported that he and Mr. Willis met with Mr. Chris Wilbanks to discuss finalization of the easement agreement needed for the sewer line and manhole located behind the property. Attorney Flynn is revising the documents as requested for final approval and signature.

 

Third Restated and Amended Sewer Service Agreement with Applewood Sanitation District: Attorney Flynn reported to the Board that he had provided the


RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS


 

revised agreement to Attorney Schuerer for review and was awaiting comments from him and the Applewood Board.

 

Update on the exclusion of Glory of God Lutheran Church: Attorney Flynn reported that the Inclusion and Exclusion of the property has been approved by both Districts and the Motion and Order have been prepared and are ready to be filed with the county. Mr. Beck will prepare the reimbursement payment for the prior six (6) years as agreed with the church.

 

Update on the May 5, 2020 Election: Attorney Flynn reported that since there were no more candidates for open positions than the candidates who filed, then these candidates have been deemed as elected and the election has been canceled. Mr. Beck will prepare the documents to file with the county to cancel the election. Attorney Flynn will have the Oaths of Office prepared for the May 27, 2020 Board Meeting.

 

Roybal Claim For Damages: Attorney Flynn, Mr. Beck and Mr. Willis discussed with the Board the claim received regarding alleged damages sustained by Mr. Roybal due to water run-off at the intersection of Oak Street and Hillside Drive in Wheat Ridge. Mr. Beck will report the claim to the Insurance Pool for handling.


 


OPERATIONS MATTERS


Operations Monthly Report: Mr. Ramey reviewed the monthly report (February 1-

29) with the Board. A copy of the report is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference.

 

Engineer’s Report: Mr. Willis reviewed with the Board the report dated March 17, 2020 and change orders for the 2019 CIP. A copy of the report is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference.

 

Pay Application No. 2 from Insituform Technologies, LLC, for the 2019 Sanitary Sewer Improvements, in the amount of $234,436.00: It was noted that Pay Application No. 2, from Insituform Technologies, LLC, for the 2019 Sanitary Sewer Improvements, in the amount of $234,436.00 was approved with the claims, based on the engineer’s recommendation.


 

 

OTHER BUSINESS       Website Upgrade: Mr. Frankland reported on the status of the District’s website updates and activities.


 

ADJOURNMENT          There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, upon motion duly made by Director Fabisiak, seconded by Director Kesler and, upon vote, unanimously carried, the meeting was adjourned.


RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS


 

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

By                                                                     

Secretary for the Meeting


Northwest Lakewood Sanitation                                       Check Register - Northwest Lakewood                                                                                            Page:                                                                                            1

District                                                                                Check Issue Dates: 4/1/2020 - 4/30/2020                                                        Apr 13, 2020 02:00PM

 

 

Check No and Date

 

Payee

 

Invoice No

 

GL Account Title

 

GL Acct

 

Amount

 

Total

 

2248

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/13/2020

Consolidated Mutual Water Co

3174 4.2.20

Utilities

4-765

21.70

21.70

04/13/2020

Consolidated Mutual Water Co

5845

Repairs & Maintenance-L

4-740

210.00

210.00

Total 2248:

 

 

 

 

 

231.70

 


2249


04/13/2020    Frankland, Walter                               ARIL 2020                   Website                                  1-677                       100.00          100.00

 

Total 2249:                                                                                                                                                                                                             100.00


 

 

04/13/2020

Glory of God Lutheran Church

REFUND 2014-201

Facilities Renovation Fee

4-539

10,042.30

10,042.30

 

Total 2250:

 

 

 

 

 

--10,042.30

 

04/13/2020

 

Hunsaker, Randall & Kay

 

04092020

 

Transfer Service Fee

 

4-570

 

150.00

 

150.00

 

Total 2251:

 

 

 

 

 

 

150.00

 

 

04/13/2020

 

 

Martin/Martin

 

 

17.0638-00094

 

 

Sewer Lines/Eng./Observ.

 

 

4-810

 

 

3,060.00

 

 

3,060.00

04/13/2020

Martin/Martin

17.0638-00095

2019 CIP

4-880

4,541.25

4,541.25

 

Total 2252:

 

 

 

 

 

--7,601.25

 

04/13/2020

 

Price Arora, Sara

 

04092020

 

Transfer Service Fee

 

4-570

 

100.00

 

100.00

 

Total 2253:

 

 

 

 

 

 

100.00

 

 

04/13/2020

 

 

Ramey Enviromental Compliance

 

 

20330

 

 

COS-Collection System

 

 

4-746

 

 

6,324.83

 

 

6,324.83

04/13/2020

Ramey Enviromental Compliance

20330

COS-Locates

4-742

6,179.00

6,179.00

04/13/2020

Ramey Enviromental Compliance

20330

COS-Emergency Service

4-748

383.55

383.55

04/13/2020

Ramey Enviromental Compliance

20330

COS-Maintenance

4-749

71.87

71.87

 

Total 2254:

 

 

 

 

 

--12,959.25

 

04/13/2020

 

Special Dist Management Serv

 

67499

 

Office Supplies

 

1-690

 

72.78

 

72.78

04/13/2020

Special Dist Management Serv

67499

Election and Publication

1-635

56.00

56.00

04/13/2020

Special Dist Management Serv

67499

Accounting

1-612

2,100.00

2,100.00

04/13/2020

Special Dist Management Serv

67499

Billing

1-616

1,541.50

1,541.50

04/13/2020

Special Dist Management Serv

67499

Administration

1-614

2,884.00

2,884.00

 

Total 2255:

 

 

 

 

 

-- 6,654.28

 

04/13/2020

 

UNCC

 

220030802

 

Repairs & Maintenance-L

 

4-740

 

289.06

 

289.06

 

Total 2256:

 

 

 

 

 

 

289.06

 

Grand Totals:

 

 

 

 

 

 

38,127.84

 

 

2250

 

 

 

 

2251

 

 

 

 

2252

 

 

 

 

 

2253

 

 

 

 

2254

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2255

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2256

 

 

 

 


 

 



Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District April-20

 


General                    Enterprise

Disbursements                                                            $                6,754.28  $               31,373.56  $

Payroll                                                                         $                                                                      $

Xpress Bill Pay                                                                                                $                   354.58  $

$

Payroll Taxes (Quarterly)                                           $                                                                      $

Direct Pay -- Consolidated Mutual Water                   $                                                                      $

Total_[)isburs  me11ts fr_om  hecking Account         $                6,7 _4.21!_ $            .3!,I.28_.14  $


Totals

38,127.84

 

354.58

 

 

 

 

38,482.42



NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT

Schedule of Cash Position March 31, 2020

 

 

 

 
Rate                      Oeerating                      Entererise                          Total

Checking:

 

Checking Acct 1st Bank                                                                $               136.38           $            7,298.76           $                                                                                                        7,435.14

 

Investments:

 

Cash in Bank-ColoTrust

1.46%

 

1,027,882.07

 

3,878,960.45

 

4,906,842.52

1st Bank Liquid Asset Account

1.00%

 

11.35

 

750,605.19

 

750,616.54

Xpress Bill Pay

 

 

 

 

438,994.23

 

438,994.23

TOTAL FUNDS:

 

$

1,028,029.80

$

5,075,858.63

$

6,103,888.43

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Mill Levy Information

 

Certified General Fund Mill Levy

7.696

Refunds/Abatements

0.104

Temporary Mill Levy Reduction

             -1.813

Total Certified Mill Levy

5.987

 

 

Board of Directors

Anthony Dursey
Gregory Fabisiak
James Zimmerman
Catherine Kesler

 

 

 

* Authorized signer on the Checking Account


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT

 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 

March 31, 2020


NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT

COMBINED BALANCE SHEET - ALL FUND TYPES AND ACCOUNT GROUPS

March 31, 2020

 

 

GENERAL

ENTERPRISE

TOTAL

 

Assets

 

 

 

Checking Acct 1st Bank

$                        136.38

$             7,298.76

$              7,435.14

1st Bank Liquid Asset Account

11.35

750,605.19

750,616.54

Xpress Bill Pay

 

438,994.23

438,994.23

Cash in Bank-ColoTrust

1,027,882.07

3,878,960.45

4,906,842.52

Property Taxes Receivable

977,891.61

 

977,891.61

Accounts Receivable-Commercial

 

44,621.30

44,621.30

Accounts Rec-Fae Renovtion Fee

 

628,787.54

628,787.54

NR Fee Cert to Cty Treasurer

 

715.00

715.00

Account Rec-Grease Trap lnsp

 

2,595.00

2,595.00

Prepaid Expenditures

28,380.01

 

28,380.01

 

Total Current Assets

 

                   2,034,301.42            

 

5,752,577.47

 

7,786,878.89

 

 

Capital Assets

 

Land

7,584.33

7,584.33

Sewer Lines

13,068,785.64

13,068,785.64

Accumulated Depreciation

(4,371,902.43)

(4,371,902.43)

Construction in Progress

889,881.00

889,881.00

 

Total Capital Assets                                                                                               9,594,348.54                                                                      9,594,348.54

 

Total Assets

$              2,034,301.42

$    15,346,926.01

$      17,381,227.43

 

Liabilities

 

 

 

Accounts Payable

$                     6,754.28

$           48,792.75

$            55,547.03

Payroll Taxes Payable

306.00

 

306.00

Deferred Revenues

10,684.50

 

10,684.50

Mtce Fee Cr- College Park

 

9,466.31

9,466.31

Retainage

 

31,408.45

31,408.45

2018 Encumbrances Payable

 

 

 

Prepaid FRF/Commercial Fees

 

10,629.69

10,629.69

Unearned Income

 

 

 

 

Total Liabilities                                                                      17,744.78                    100,297.20                                                                      118,041.98

 

Deferred Inflows of Resources

Deferred Property Taxes                                                                                   977,891.61                                                        977,891.61 Total Deferred Inflows of Resources                                                                                      977,891.61                          977,891.61

Fund Balance

 

Contributed Capital-Sewer Line

 

 

6,250,713.25

 

6,250,713.25

Contributed Capital-Inclusions

 

 

1,752,454.13

 

1,752,454.13

Fund Balance

 

883,592.41

6,789,475.19

 

7,673,067.60

Fund Balance-Restricted

 

42,100.00

 

 

42,100.00

Current Year Earnings

 

112,972.62

453,986.24

 

566,958.86

Total Fund Balances

 

1,038,665.03

15,246,628.81

 

16,285,293.84

 

Total Liabilities, Deferred Inflows of Resources and Fund Balance

 

 

$

 

 

 

2,034,301.42

 

 

$    15,346,926.01

 

 

$

 

 

 

17,381,227.43


NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual For the 3 Months Ending,

March 31, 2020 General Fund

 

 

Account Descri_g_tion

 

Revenues

 

Peri2_d Actual

 

 

YTD Actual

 

 

Budget

 

Underl(Over) Budget

 

%of Budget

Property Tax

$        470,829.60

 

$      499,778.39

 

$ 1,477,670.00

 

$        977,891.61

 

33.8%

Specific Ownership Tax

8,957.82

 

19,637.38

 

88,660.00

 

69,022.62

 

22.1%

Interest & Misc. Income

737.76

 

3,387.66

 

24,000.00

 

20,612.34

 

14.1%

Total Revenues

             480,525.18

 

522,803.43

 

1,590,330.00

 

           1,067,526.57

 

32.9%

Expenditures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accounting

2,100.00

 

7,650.75

 

27,000.00

 

19,349.25

 

28.3%

Administration

2,884.00

 

10,780.00

 

36,000.00

 

25,220.00

 

29.9%

Audit

 

 

371.25

 

6,000.00

 

5,628.75

 

6.2%

Billing

1,541.50

 

9,553.75

 

31,000.00

 

21,446.25

 

30.8%

Bank Charges

 

 

7.30

 

125.00

 

117.70

 

5.8%

Director's Fees

 

 

 

 

6,000.00

 

6,000.00

 

0.0%

Dues & Subscriptions

 

 

1,237.50

 

1,250.00

 

12.50

 

99.0%

Election and Publication

56.00

 

784.18

 

2,000.00

 

1,215.82

 

39.2%

Insurance and Bonds

3,153.33

 

9,459.99

 

40,546.00

 

31,086.01

 

23.3%

Legal

 

 

5,841.28

 

50,000.00

 

44,158.72

 

11.7%

Website

100.00

 

500.00

 

2,000.00

 

1,500.00

 

25.0%

Miscellaneous Expenses

 

 

 

 

1,000.00

 

1,000.00

 

0.0%

Office Supplies

72.78

 

1,082.48

 

4,500.00

 

3,417.52

 

24.1%

Payroll Taxes

 

 

 

 

459.00

 

459.00

 

0.0%

Treasurer's Fees

7,018.33

 

7,447.08

 

22,165.00

 

14,717.92

 

33.6%

Operations and Main! Reserve

 

 

355,115.25

 

1,420,461.00

 

1,065,345.75

 

25.0%

Engineering

 

 

 

 

60,000.00

 

60,000.00

 

0.0%

Utilities

 

 

 

 

4,000.00

 

4,000.00

 

0.0%

Contingency

 

 

 

 

150,000.00

 

150,000.00

 

0.0%

Emergency Reserve

 

 

 

 

47,710.00

 

47,710.00

 

0.0%

Total Expenditures

              16,925.94

 

          409,830.81

 

      Lgll      1E3_._9_Q

 

         1,5()2,385.19

 

21.4%

 

Transfers and Other Sources (Uses)

Transfer to Enterprise Fund


Total Transfers and Other Sources (Uses)                                                                                                            

 


Change in Fund Balance Beginning Fund Balance


463,599.24

 

684,878.03


112,972.62

 

1,035,504.65


(321,886.00)

 

870,415.00


(434,858.62)

 

(165,089.65)


Ending Fund Balance


i    1,148,477.27         $  1,148,477.27          $      548,529.00


$       (599,948.27)


NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION  DISTRICT

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance - Budget and Actual For the 3 Months Ending,

March 31, 2020 Enterprise Fund

 

 

Underl{Over}

%of

Account Description

Period Actual

YTD Actual

Budget

Budget

Budget

Revenues

 

 

 

 

 

Service Agreement-Westridge

$

$

$              2,350.00

$               2,350.00

0.0%

Service Agreement-Applewood

 

 

8,000.00

8,000.00

0.0%

Treatment Chgs-College Park

 

 

251,422.00

251,422.00

0.0%

Maintenance-College Park

 

 

 

 

0.0%

Facilities Renovation Fees

492,453.28

1,075,515.28

2,212,000.00

1,136,484.72

48.6%

Service Fees-Commercial

44,452.40

44,452.40

50,000.00

5,547.60

88.9%

Connection Fee

 

 

17,180.00

17,180.00

0.0%

Tap Fees

 

 

 

 

0.0%

Grease Trap Inspection

2,235.00

3,355.00

12,000.00

8,645.00

28.0%

Interest Income

5,511.76

18,645.75

60,000.00

41,354.25

31.1%

Transfer Service Fee

850.00

1,005.00

12,000.00

10,995.00

8.4%

Miscellaneous Income

 

 

 

 

0.0%

Denver Water Service Agreement

 

 

4,000.00

4,000.00

0.0%

Transfer from General Fund

 

 

190,000.00

190,000.00

0.0%

Total Revenues                                              545,502.44                 1,142,973.43                 2,818,952.00                  1,675,978.57                                                                     40.5%

 

Expenditures

 

 

 

 

 

Administrative

 

 

 

 

 

Billing

1,676.33

6,554.95

20,000.00

13,445.05

32.8%

Miscellaneous Expenses

 

 

 

 

0.0%

Treasurer's Fees

 

 

450.00

450.00

0.0%

Total Administrative

            1,676.33                       6,554.95           

20,450.00

13,895.05

32.1%

 

Operations and Maintenance

 

 

 

 

 

NWLSD Treatment Chg-College Pk

 

 

251,422.00

251,422.00

0.0%

NWLSD Treatment Chgs-Westridge

 

 

2,350.00

2,350.00

0.0%

NWLSD Treatment Chgs-Applewood

 

 

8,000.00

8,000.00

0.0%

Treatment Charges-Westridge

 

 

16,500.00

16,500.00

0.0%

Treatment Charges-Applewood

 

 

1,200.00

1,200.00

0.0%

Tap Fees-Metro's Portion

 

 

8,590.00

8,590.00

0.0%

Landscaping-Plant Site

 

 

2,500.00

2,500.00

0.0%

Repairs & Maintenance-Lines

499.06

2,085.76

7,000.00

4,914.24

29.8%

COS-Grease Trap

 

 

9,500.00

9,500.00

0.0%

COS-Locates

6,179.00

22,376.78

50,000.00

27,623.22

44.8%

COS-Collection System Oversigh

6,324.83

31,577.84

75,000.00

43,422.16

42.1%

COS-Daily Operations

 

 

16,000.00

16,000.00

0.0%

COS-Emergency Service

383.55

2,331.70

17,500.00

15,168.30

13.3%

COS-Maintenance

71.87

31,830.59

175,000.00

143,169.41

18.2%

Utilities

21.70

86.35

 

(86.35)

0.0%

Telephone

 

 

 

 

0.0%

 

Total Operations and Maintenance

 

         13,480.01                     90,289.02      ---           640,562.00 _

 

_ 50,272.98_

 

14.1%

 

Capital Outlay

 

 

 

 

 

Sewer Lines/Eng./Observ.

3,060.00

8,917.38

400,000.00

391,082.62

2.2%

Northwest Interceptor

 

 

 

 

0.0%

2018 GIP

 

 

 

 

0.0%

2019 GIP

251,221.25

583,225.84

1,500,000.00

916,774.16

38.9%

Total Capital

254,281.25

592,143.22

1,900,000.00

1,307,856.78

31.2%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Expenditures

       269,437.59                    688,987.19      

2,561,012.00

1,872,024.81

26.9%

 

Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over Expenditures

 

 

276,064.85

 

 

453,986.24

 

 

257,940.00

 

 

(196,046.24)

Beginning Fund Balance

4,133,184.38

3,955,262.99

6,070,313.00

2,115,050.01

Ending Fund Balance

   $      4,409,249.23

   $ .. ·- 4,409,249.23

$        6,328,253.00

$         1,9J9,Q03.77


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Customer

 

 

 

 

 

Last Pmt

Last Pmt

 

Final Bill

Number

Name

Balance

--

03/31/2019

02/28/2019

01/31/2019

12/31/2018        Date

Amount

Msg

Date

42210.01 Applewood Gables Town

4,200.00

4,200.00

.00

.00

.00

01/24/20

4,200.00·

 

36120.02 Tangiers 24 LLC

4,200.00

4,200.00

.00

.00

.00

04/25/19

4,200.00· Final

04/15/19

42460.01 Applewood Place Assist

10,120.00

3,100.00

15.00

.00

7,005.00

02/04/20

2,280.00·

 

41650.01 Paramount Heights Con

   10,515.00          4,200.00              15.00                  .00          6,300.00

07/27/18

12,660.00·

Grand Totals:

628,787.54       517,231.40          6,365.00                  .00      105,191.14

 

 

 

 

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Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District

 

Aging Report - by Collection Code

Page: 1

 

Report Date: 03/31/2019

Apr 15, 2020 2:38PM

Report Criteria:

 

 

Include inactive customers Include active customers

Include customers with a credit balance Aged using billing periods

Customer.Customer number=  8001001-9000000                       CiJMM!?lU--t JCl l-      C,u.S [l)Me¥LS

 

Customer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Pmt

Last Pmt

 

Final Bill

Number

Name

Balance

03/31/2019

02/28/2019

01/31/2019

12/31/2018

Date

Amount

Msg

Date

 

80950.01 Feliciano, Marian

 

15.00-

 

15.00-

 

.00

 

.00

 

.00

 

04/09/18

 

267.35-

--

 

80090.01 Family Assisted Living

12.89-

1,136.88-

.00

.00

1,123.99

08/01/19

305.00-

 

 

80250.01 Jefferson County School

10.80-

10.80-

.00

.00

.00

12/10/18

10.80-

 

 

80690.02 Marin, Feliciano

8.10

6.90-

.00

.00

15.00

04/13/19

8.10-

 

 

80050.01 Faith Baptist Church

10.80

10.80

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

10.80-

 

 

80900.01 M&T Properties Jellison

13.50

13.50

.00

.00

.00

04/11/19

13.50-

 

 

80970.01 The Sherman Agency In

27.00

27.00

.00

.00

.00

04/23/19

27.00-

 

 

80270.01 Jefferson County School

45.91

.00

.00

.00

45.91

09/24/14

9.52-

 

 

80700.01 Thompson Investment G

63.12

13.50

.00

.00

49.62

01/31/17

57.63-

 

 

80110.01 Vigil, Claudio & Carmen

64.81

49.81

.00

.00

15.00

04/09/19

64.81-

 

 

80780.02 City of Lakewood

64.81

64.81

.00

.00

.00

04/18/19

64.81-

 

 

80020.01 Youngfield Cleaners

86.42

38.44-

.00

.00

124.86

04/18/19

86.42-

 

 

80060.01 Ludwig, Douglas E

91.82

91.82

.00

.00

.00

04/15/19

91.82-

 

 

80040.01 Senor Burritos

97.22

97.22

.00

.00

.00

04/23/19

97.22-

 

 

80070.01 Jeffco Open Space

135.02

135.02

.00

.00

.00

04/20/19

135.02-

 

 

80530.02 Applewood Investors LL

151.23

121.23

.00

.00

30.00

01/31/20

190.00-

 

 

80280.01 Jefferson County School

240.34

240.34

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

240.34-

 

 

80480.01 Good Times Restaurant

243.04

243.04

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

243.04-

 

 

80760.01 Developmental Disabiliti

251.14

251.14

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

251.14-

 

 

80750.01 Ludwig, Marian M

329.46

278.06

.00

.00

51.40

04/15/19

329.46-

 

 

80330.01 Jefferson County School

367.26

367.26

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

367.26-

 

 

80910.01 Applewood Assisted Livi

396.97

218.44

.00

.00

178.53

04/16/19

396.97-

 

 

80360.02 Streamline Management

413.17

359.16

.00

.00

54.01

05/09/16

52.58-

 

 

80420.01 St. Lukes Lutheran Chur

418.57

418.57

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

418.57-

 

 

80820.01 Atria Applewood Senior

510.39

510.39

.00

.00

.00

03/28/18

2,199.38-

 

 

80450.01 Applewood Athletic Club

583.31

583.31

.00

.00

.00

04/23/19

583.31-

 

 

80810.01 Glory of God Lutheran C

591.40

591.40

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

591.40-

 

 

80500.01 Applewood Swim & Ten

710.23

710.23

.00

.00

.00

05/05/19

710.23-

 

 

80790.02 Tangiers 24 LLC

750.73

750.73

.00

.00

.00

04/25/19

750.73-

Final

04/15/19

80560.01 La Quinta Inn's Inc. #63

766.94

766.94

.00

.00

.00

04/11/19

766.94-

 

 

80830.01 Bink M Company LLC

784.34

784.34

.00

.00

.00

04/18/19

784.34-

 

 

80940.01 Abrusci's Fire and Wine

885.76

855.76

.00

.00

30.00

04/11/19

885.76-

 

 

80890.01 Applewood Baptist Chur

1,120.70

1,120.70

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

1,120.70-

 

 

80460.01 Apro LLC dba United Pa

1,155.80

1,140.80

.00

.00

15.00

04/16/19

1,155.80-

 

 

80170.01 Applewood Baptist Chur

2,152.28

2,152.28

.00

.00

.00

04/22/19

2,152.28-

 

 

80100.01 Shep. Of The Hills Chur

2,416.93

2,416.93

.00

.00

.00

07/26/19

2,416.93-

 

 

80320.01 Jefferson County School

3,472.81

3,472.81

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

3,472.81-

 

 

80290.01 Jefferson County School

3,680.75

3,680.75

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

3,680.75-

 

 

80230.01 Jefferson County School

3,994.01

3,994.01

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

3,994.01-

 

 

80240.01 Jefferson County School

5,225.42

5,225.42

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

5,225.42-

 

 

80300.02 Jefferson County School

5,333.44

5,333.44

.00

.00

.00

05/02/19

5,333.44-

 

 

80260.01 Jefferson County School

     7,005.04           7,005.04                  .00                  .00     .00

05/02/19

7,005.04-

Grand Totals:

44,621.30         42,887.98                  .00                  .00                      1,733.32

 

 


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Report Criteria:

Include inactive customers Include active customers

Include customers with a credit balance Aged using billing periods

Customer.Customer number= 9000001-9999999              €.


--

 

Customer

 

 

 

 

 

Last Pmt

LastPmt

 

Final Bill

Number

Name

Balance

03/31/2019

02/28/2019

01/31/2019

12/31/2018        Date

Amount

 

Date

 

 vt<AP


 

 

 

 

.Stm:!:i_


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90250.01 Purple Ginger Asian Fus

10.00-

10.00-

.00

.00

.00

06/29/19

90.00-

90310.01 Tafolino's Mexican Rest

85.00

15.00-

.00

.00

100.00

02/29/20

200.00-

90080.01 Goodtimes Burgers & Fr

100.00

85.00

.00

.00

15.00

02/04/20

200.00-

90100.01 KPS LLC

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

07/19/19

100.00-

90110.01 KPS LLC

100.00

85.00-

.00

.00

185.00

02/05/20

215.00-

90130.01 Little Brazil

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

04/16/19

100.00-

90170.01 Maple Grove Elementar

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

01/27/20

200.00-

90200.01 Mountain Tap Bar & Grill

100.00

85.00

.00

.00

15.00

02/14/20

200.00-

90210.01 Noodles and Company

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

02/05/20

215.00-

90220.01 Paramount Lanes

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

04/04/19

100.00-

90240.01 Prospect Valley Element

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

01/27/20

200.00-

90280.01 Stober Elementary Scho

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

01/27/20

200.00-

90320.01 Teller's Taproom & Kitch

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

02/10/20

210.00-

90340.01 Vivian Elementary Scho

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

01/27/20

200.00-

90350.01 Welchester Elementary

100.00

100.00

.00

.00

.00

01/27/20

200.00-

90050.01 Apro LLC dba United Pa

115.00

30.00-

.00

.00

145.00

02/12/20

445.00-

90270.01 Smashburger

215.00

100.00

.00

15.00

100.00

11/27/18

430.00-

90020.01 Applewood Place Assist

330.00

15.00

.00

15.00

300.00

02/05/20

185.00-

 

 

90030.01 Chili's                                     560.00             100.00                  .00               15.00             445.00     04/29/19            560.00-

Grand Totals:                                        2,595.00          1,245.00                  .00               45.00          1,305.00


Msg


 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District


 

Include inactive customers Include active customers

Include customers with a credit balance Aged using billing periods


 


 

 

CustomerNumber                            Name                                  Balance                    03/31/2020                      02/2912020                     01/31/2020                  12/31/2019           Last PmtDate Last PmlAmount

---                                                                                                              ---

 

3325003.

Patel, Ashish Kantilal

560.00

80 00-

15.00

.00

625.00

07/31/18

75.00-

223001.

Fasick, Karl E. & Pamela Y. S.

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

05/14/15

240.00-

407001.

Stiner, Roger Glenn

560.00

80.00-

15.00

.00

625.00

08/01/18

165.00-

435001.

O'Brien, Daniel

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/21/14

200.00-

765001.

Swanson, Charlote

560.00

125.00-

15.00

.00

670.00

06/27/18

225.00-

871001.

Gibbons, Shea Lynn

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

 

.00

1297001.

Farmer, Colleen M

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

06114/17

180.00-

1331001.

Nestor, Irene A

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

02/23/15

225.00-

1402001.

Prall, Sighle

560.00

160.00-

15.00

.00

705.00

10/22/18

550.00-

1408002.

Bonn, Kenlyn

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

05/11/17

165.00-

1307002.

Glasscock, David and Paula

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/24/16

365.00-

2118001.

Mullen, Tim and Teresa

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

05/08/17

165.00-

2580001.

Storm, Russell Scott

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

04/02/17

90.00-

2631003.

Garcia, Charles W.

560.00

80.00-

15.00

00

625.00

07/16/18

615.00-

2793002.

Conard, Warren

560.00

170.00-

15.00

00

715.00

06/26/18

360.00-

3001001.

Litz, William & Sarah

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

04/13/16

66.25-

3020001.

Skrbina, Cassidy

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/19/16

365.00-

3225001.

Raye, Alvin B & Maria X

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

11/30/12

100.00-

3728001.

Hollis, Larry D

560.00

80.00-

15.00

.00

625.00

08/09/18

165.00-

4050001.

Ammon, Michael & Carol

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

09/05/17

75.00-

3245001.

Marks, Curtis

560.00

350.00-

15.00

.00

895.00

11/30/17

270.00-

998002.

Allen, Trevor

560.00

170.00-

15.00

.00

715.00

06/27/18

180.00-

1075001.

Horton, Michelle

560.00

160.00-

15.00

.00

705.00

10122/18

550.00-

3008001.

Trujillo, Felicia

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/19/16

365.00-

1012001.

Diegel, Siegfried & Annette

560.00

26000-

15.00

.00

805.00

03/30/14

200.00-

770001.

Dokken, Joni

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/18/18

450.00-

2304001.

McCollom, Roy & Myrna

560.00

365 00-

15.00

.00

910.00

11/24/17

165.00-

940001.

Steele, Karl

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

02/01/17

75.00-

2396001.

Daley Residuary Trust, Lisa

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/30/15

340.00-

2909002.

Apicella, Candice

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

 

.00

1978001.

Lubinski, Ronald L

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/12/16

365.00-

3778001.

Payea 11, Norman

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/26/16

365.00-

3631003.

Moore, Kenneth Christopher &

560.00

350.00-

15.00

00

895.00

11/03/17

345.00-

1062001.

Brunot, Daniel

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

 

.00

1263001.

Johnson, Marcia

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

04/26/16

265.00-

1519001.

Brown, Shannon

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

10/18/16

365.00-

4056001.

Herron, Dorothy T

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

03/20/18

90.00-

1136001.

McKay, Troy & Jesse

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

 

.00

9027001.

Smashburger

560.00

.00

15.00

200.00

345.00

11/27/18

430.00-

662002.

Heon, Cameron Fuertes-Heon

560.00

170.00-

15.00

.00

715.00

06/24/18

90.00-

3188002.

Bueller, Barbara

560.00

365.00-

15.00

.00

910.00

11/14/17

345.00-

1896005.

El Merendero LLC

560.00

260.00-

15.00

.00

805.00

 

.00

190002.

Mackey, John Joseph

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

10118/18

705.00-

948001.

Linse, Jacob A

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

11/02/18

75.00-

1239002.

Heilig, Jeremiah & Meredith

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

10/04/18

75.00-

1300002.

Mccaslin, Jordan and Jocelyn

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

10/08/18

165.00-

2115001.

Page, Richard & Cathy

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

11108/18

255.00-

2325002.

Wood, Johnny & Alexa

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

11/02/18

75.00-

2582001.

Wondra, Phillip C & Shannon I

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

10/10/18

75 00-

2898001.

Clark, Laura

650.00

100.00

15.00

.00

535.00

10/24/18

600.00-


3035003.

Reseigh, Rosemary C

650.00

100.00

 

.00

.00

550.00

10/30/18

60000-

3842001.

Vannoy, Jeanne K

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10/23118

705.00-

3174001.

Herrera, Michael & Catherine

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10/18/18

705.00-

2080001.

Culler, Chad & Corie

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10122/18

705.00-

830001.

Taylor, Ryan

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

11/05/18

255.00-

804001.

Campbell, Beau Allen

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10/18/18

720.00-

761001.

Anaya, Becky Bogart & Willian

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10118/18

705.00-

401001.

Jones, Rodney M

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

11/12/18

255.00-

1142002.

Swanson Family Trust, Beth &

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10/17118

165.00-

3289002.

Jespersen, Joseph

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

10119/18

705.00-

1599002.

Henz, Jacqueline Pace & Pete

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

12/01/18

180.00-

3732002.

Najafabadi, Soharb

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

11103/18

75.00-

3491002.

DeWitt, John

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

 

.00

2904002.

Cromwell, James and Anna

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

 

.00

2747003.

United Colorado LLC

650.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

535.00

 

.00

1505001.

Nanney, Nyla Kay

660.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

545.00

10131/19

360.00-

388001.

Carlisle, Jason and Kelly

670.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

555.00

10/16/19

350.00-

1230002.

Saueressig, Chuck

675.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

560.00

07124119

335.00-

1390001.

Quintana, Anthony & Laura

680.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

565.00

08/08119

300.00-

1083001.

Walsh, Daniel & Geri Middleto,

710.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

595.00

09/20/19

100.00-

1834001.

DeRose, Louis & Susan

740.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

625.00

10/28/19

180.00

4331001.

Quail Hollow Patio Homes LLC

830.00

100.00

 

15.00

.00

715.00

 

.00

4086001.

Volzke, Carolyn

1,092.50

190.00

 

15.00

.00

887.50

08/12/19

190.00-

4165001.

Paramount Heights Condo Ass

27,375.00

4,200.00

 

15.00

.00

23,160.00

07127/18

12,660.00-

Grand Totals:

 

649,777.86

494,095.87

--

5,970.00

1,045.00

148,666.99

 

 
TOTAL PAST DUE OVER $500                                   $68,897.50


Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District Monthly Report

March 1-31, 2020

 

 

Mon – 3/2/2020

Processed 3 locates.

 

Performed 5 work orders.

 

Performed 3 grease trap inspections.

Tues – 3/3/2020

Performed 4 locates.

 

Performed 2 work orders.

 

Transferred 2019 Program to drives as per Martin

& Martin.

Wed – 3/4/2020

Performed 2 locates.

 

Performed 1 emergency after hours locate for water

main break at 2330 Braun Dr.

 

Transferred 2019 Program to drives for Martin &

Martin.

Thurs – 3/5/2020

Performed 3 locates.

 

Performed 2 grease trap inspections.

Fri – 3/6/2020

Processed a concerned neighbor complaint at 2540

Swadley St.

Mon – 3/9/2020

Performed 2 locates.

Tues – 3/10/2020

Performed 3 locates.

Wed – 3/11/2020

Performed 1 tap inspection at 2115 Urban Dr.

 

Processed 1 request by Martin & Martin to locate

missing manholes.

Thurs – 3/12/2020

Performed 7 locates.

Fri – 3/13/2020

Performed 12 locates.

Sun – 3/15/2020

Performed 1 emergency after hours possible sewer

back-up at 3229 Zinnia Ct.

 

Performed 1 emergency after hours locate at 2500

Simms St.

Mon – 3/716/2020

Performed 5 locates.

Tues – 3/17/2020

Performed 1 work order.

Wed – 3/18/2020

Performed 1 work order for jetting line at Wide

Acres & Yank, for a total of 768ft.

 

Performed 1 tap inspection for service lateral at


 

11732 W. 34th Ave.

Thurs – 3/19/2020

Performed 2 locates.

Fri – 3/20/2020

Performed 3 locates.

 

Looked at a video of MH B-11R-13-1 root ball at

the request of M & M, and emailed Bill Willis regarding said video.

 

Performed 4 work orders.

Sat – 3/21/2020

Processed 1 emergency locate for 3926 Rolfe Ct.

Mon    3/23

Processed 6 locates.

 

Performed 3 work orders.

Tues    3/24

Processed 5 locates.

Wed    3/25

Processed 7 locates.

 

Printed video reports for locates.

Thurs 3/26

Performed 2 locates.

Fri        3/27

Performed 5 locates.

 

Performed 1 tap inspection at 11610 W. 29th Pl.

Mon    3/30

Viewed videos of Orchard Dr. & W. Colfax Blvd

per Martin & Martin.

Tues    3/31

Performed 5 locates.

 

Performed 1 sewer tap inspection at 2960 Wright

St.

 

 

 

Task #3 - Maintenance Services

 

Projected 2019 Footage

YTD Actual 2019

Footage

Current Monthly 2019

Footage

YTD

Percentag e 2019

 

Zone A

 

 

 

Jetting

 

 

 

 

14" or Less

 

106,570.0

 

 

15 or More"

 

4,183.0

 

 

Easement

 

 

 

 

Total Jetting

112,098.0

110,753.0

0.0

99%

Televising

 

 

 

 

14" or Less

 

106,197.5

112.3

 

15 or More"

 

5,882.5

 

 

Total Televising

112,098.0

112,080.0

112.3

100%

Accelerated Maintenance

 

 

 

 

Non-Routine Jetting

 

6,914.0

 

 

Non-Routine Televising

 

3,715.8

 

 

Hot Spot Jetting

51,953.0

34,197.0

 

66%

Hot Spot Televising

8,109.0

 

 

0%

Accelerated Jetting

7,105.0

 

 

0%

Annual Root Televising

13,201.0

17,144.4

 

130%


Annual Root Cut

13,201.0

11,644.0

 

88%

Annual Mineral Cleaning

1,676.0

326.0

 

19%

Annual Mineral Televising

1,676.0

1,209.6

 

72%

Total Accelerated Maintenance

96,921.0

75,150.8

0.0

78%

Total Length of Cleaning

186,033.0

156,920.0

0.0

84%

Total Length of Televising

135,084.0

134,149.8

112.3

99%

Total Task #3

418,038.0

366,220.6

112.3

88%

 

Projected

YTD Actual

Current

YTD

2020 Footage

2020

Monthly

Percentag

 

Footage

2020

e 2020

 

 

Footage

 

 

Zone A

 

 

 

Jetting

 

 

 

 

14" or Less

 

 

 

 

15 or More"

 

 

 

 

Easement

 

 

 

 

Total Jetting

126,618.0

0.0

0.0

0%

Televising

 

 

 

 

14" or Less

 

 

 

 

15 or More"

 

 

 

 

Total Televising

 

0.0

0.0

0%

Accelerated Maintenance

 

 

 

 

Non-Routine Jetting

 

 

 

 

Non-Routine Televising

 

 

 

 

Hot Spot Jetting

 

 

 

0%

Hot Spot Televising

 

768.0

768.0

0%

Accelerated Jetting

 

 

 

0%

Annual Root Televising

 

 

 

0%

Annual Root Cut

 

 

 

0%

Annual Mineral Cleaning

 

 

 

0%

Annual Mineral Televising

 

 

 

0%

Total Accelerated Maintenance

0.0

768.0

768.0

0%

Total Length of Cleaning

126,618.0

0.0

0.0

0%

Total Length of Televising

0.0

768.0

768.0

0%

Total Task #3

126,618.0

1,536.0

1,536.0

0%


Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District Summary for March 1-31, 2020

 

March 4, 2020

Emergency Locate/Water Main Break 2330 Braun Dr.

 

On Wednesday, March 1, 2020 at 7:45p.m., David Moore of REC, Inc., was contacted by the after-hours service regarding an emergency locate at 2330 Braun Dr. David called Tom Fredrickson of Consolidated Mutual Water, and informed Tom that he would be on-site to mark the main. David arrived on-site at approximately 8:30p.m. and met with Tom to mark the main and departed the site. David cleared the site and no further action was required.

 

Total time on this issue: David Moore – 2.0hrs.

 

March 6, 2020 Neighbor Concern 2540 Swadley St.

 

On Friday, March 6, 2020 at 9:30a.m., Ismael Gomez of REC. Inc., received a call from Steve Beck of Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District, regarding a neighbor concern at 2540 Swadley St. Steve stated that a neighbor was complaining about some guys walking around his property and he didn’t know what they were doing. Also, the neighbor stated that they were digging without any locates being called out. Ismael arrived on-site and met with The Elite Pipe MD crew, who stated they were doing a point repair in the yard, for the service lateral of 2540 Swadley St., and they could not find the District main before they started digging. Ismael  located the District main, which was in the backyard in an easement. Elite Pipe called for locates almost two-weeks prior, and that is why the neighbor didn’t see any fresh marks of paint. The contractor continued to repair the service lateral. Ismael cleared the site and no further action  was required.

 

Total time on this issue: Ismael Gomez – .75hrs.

 

March 11, 2020 Missing Manholes

Rosewood Dr. & W. 20th Ave.

 

On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, at 3:00p.m., Ismael Gomez and Andrew Stevens, both with REC. Inc., were scheduled to locate missing manholes MH J-7 and MH J-8, per the request of Brad Estes of Martin & Martin. Ismael and Andrew arrived on-site and began to locate the


manholes.    Ismael  located  and  marked  the  two  manholes in question.    Ismael and Andrew cleared the site and no further action was required.

 

Total time on this issue: Ismael Gomez – .50hrs.

Andrew Stevens – .50hrs.

 

March 15,  2020 Possible Sewer Back-Up 3229 Zinnia Ct.

 

On Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 12:00a.m., Jeff LeBeck of REC. Inc., received a call from the after-hours service regarding a possible sewer back up at 3229 Zinnia Ct. Jeff spoke with Bill, the tenant, and the homeowner Nick Vinson, regarding this issue. The tenant stated it was backing up when he ran water or flushed a toilet. Jeff arrived on-site and checked both manholes for flows and added 25 gallons to the upstream manhole. The water was not backing up, and it flowed to the next manhole. Jeff cleared the site and no further action was required.

 

Total time on this issue: Jeff LeBeck – 2.25hrs

 

 

March 15, 2020 Sewer Line Repair 2500 Simms St.

 

On Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 7:55a.m., Jeff LeBeck of REC. Inc. received a call from the after- hours service regarding a sewer line repair at 2500 Simms St. Jeff contacted Bill Lohman of Trench Right, and he stated they were not sure if they were staying in the yard. Jeff arrived on the site and provided them a tap card copy and marked the main line in the street. Jeff cleared  the site and no further action was required.

Total time on this issue: Jeff LeBeck – 2.0hrs March 21, 2020

Emergency Locate 3926 Rolfe Ct.

 

On Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 1:40p.m., Ismael Gomez of REC. Inc., received a call from the after-hours service regarding an emergency locate at 3926 Rolfe Ct. Ismael contacted Ryan Holschuh of Consolidated Mutual Water, and informed Mr. Hulschuh that he was out of the District, and that he needed to contact West Ridge Sanitation District. Ismael cleared the site and no further action was required.

 

Total time on this issue: Ismael Gomez – .50hrs


 

 

 

 

Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District Engineering Report

April 22, 2020

 

2019 Video Review and CIP

Video review is complete. Per board discussion in April a prioritized category 3 2019 improvements CIP is underway for design coordination; including 2018 carryover and new category 3 improvements. CIP report was submitted. Design plans are ongoing. Design plans and bidding documents are underway. Anticipate either October Board to review bids or a possible special board meeting. M/M is near completion of the bidding documents and advertisement for bids is expected October 31, November 7, and November 14, 2019 with bid opening on October 18th. Recommendations are anticipated to be in the November Board Packet pending date of meeting. M/M and Lamb-Star are coordinating developing a proposal for QL A and B locates along W. 26th Ave for the remove/replace in that area. M/M let Aegion/Insituform know about a math error within the bid for top hats on November 21, 2019. M/M sent the District a contractor recommendation.

 

2019 – Jet Cleaning and Televising

Zone A – (Cleaning and Televising) – 112,098 LF

Hot Spot Recommendations (Cleaning and Televising Recommended – See below for televising recommendations) – 51,953 LF jetting (Complete only Zone A televising 8,109 LF 2019)

Accelerated Maintenance (Cleaning) – 7,105 LF

Annual Root Cut (Televising Recommended) – 13,201 LF Annual Mineral Cleaning (Televising Recommended) – 1,676 LF Total Length of Cleaning – 171,156 LF

Total Length of Televising – 135,084 LF

 

M/M sent Walter Frankland the Northwest Lakewood and College Park updated CIP item list and totals for 2017 through 2019 for the website on November 27, 2020. M/M sent Aegion the Notice of Award for the 2019 CIP on November 27, 2019. M/M sent Aegion the Notice to Proceed on December 5, 2019. M/M sent Walter Frankland the map of the Northwest Lakewood CIP items for previous years on December 18, 2019. Pre-construction meeting occurred on December 20, 2019. M/M is still working with the City of Lakewood for plan approval. M/M told Aegion that we believe it would be best to attempt CIPP lining on certain point repairs on December 13, 2020. M/M received a review letter from the City of Wheat Ridge on January 2, 2020. M/M sent updated plans back to Wheat Ridge on January 3, 2020. Pay Request #1 is attached. Approximately 25% of the project CIPP is complete. City of Lakewood finally provided approval and permits are being obtained. Pay Request #2 is attached. Approximately 44% of the project CIPP is complete. At 25th and Iris the Contractor encountered flowing material at 4’. The Contractor needs to haul off soil and bring in trench stabilization material and structural fill. 1) Homeowner at 2120 Willow Lane is concerned about potential damage to their yard as they had just replaced their sod last summer. M/M is looking into CIPP as a viable option; however, full lining is preferred. 2) Point repair at A-1 will need to go through the


homeowner’s yard rather than the creek area. 3) The conditions in Vivian will allow, all work will be done on City of Wheat Ridge’s property. 4) There is a break in the pipe at B-66. B-11R- 13-1 to B-11R-13 - M/M advised the Contractor to preform point repair.

 

UPDATE: 1) Martin/Martin followed up with Mr. Ludwig (41st and Miller) about paving repairs and will delay the walk through to the week of April 20, 2020, after sod is placed. 2) B20 (26th /27th ave) has been shut down by the City of Lakewood because they are requiring Type 7 barricades. 3) Martin/Martin received a bid for a trenchless point repair for A.4. (W. 20th at Lena Gulch) T. Lowell has replaced concrete that was disturbed by their construction on April 6, 2020, Guildner will provide CIPP 5’ liner for approx..$20K. Point repairs were finished by the contractor on April 3, 2020. All 6” remove and replace items have been deferred until next year’s CIP due to cost.

There was an upset homeowner at 2593 Miller Street because of the construction noise. The contractor and Martin/Martin attempted to notify all homeowners before the construction; however, many residences were not answering their doors during this time. The District manager made a call to explain the work.

Aegion monthly pay request was to be received 15th for processing.

 

11100 W. 38th Avenue – Easements – Amanda Weaver

On March 4, the Attorney for the District provided M/M with a schematic showing the District’s mainline extending over and across an open space area believed to be owned by Amanda Weaver. Westridge Sanitation also has a sanitary main extending over and across the property. It is believed that the existing easements along the property currently do not meet District standards. Westridge and the District are working together to provide a more encompassing easement legal to be executed and recorded. Coordination has been ongoing for Martin/Martin’s survey team to survey the site in order to develop the easements. On July 1, Martin/Martin provided a proposal for the work to be completed including the cost sharing between Westridge and NWLSD. The proposal will be presented to the Westridge Board on July 21. The property is planned to be surveyed the week of August 17th. Contact information for Amanda Weaver was provided to the survey team to coordinate schedules. Once the survey has been processed, the land description and exhibit will be provided to Westridge for review. The survey was completed on September 1. Attached is the easement exhibit and land description for review. The documents have also been provided to Westridge for their review. Comments were received by Westridge Sanitation District on Friday October 16. The comments have been addressed. The easement appears ready to be recorded at Jefferson County. The easement documents were revised and provided to Westridge on November 2. Minor comments have been received and addressed. Once approval from Westridge is given the agreement with Ms. Weaver can be signed and recorded with the County. Coordination is ongoing with Westridge regarding the easement agreement. The Attorney provided a draft easement agreement for both District’s to review.

Review of the easement agreement is underway between the District and Westridge. When finalized, the agreement will be provided to Ms. Weaver for review. Coordination is ongoing regarding a concrete pad on Ms. Weaver’s property that she desires to have remediated or removed. M/M will observe and make recommendation. Concrete pad is requirement to maintain adequate cover over District mainline. Concrete spans a small gulch that could erode soil over pipe leaving inadequate cover. There is a crack running down middle of pipe. Coordination is ongoing regarding a new easement and access easement to the sanitary lines in Ms. Weaver’s


property. Emails with Tim Flynn regarding the concrete cap that Amanda Weaver is referring to. There is a crack on the cap that can be filled but the concrete cap is in place and effectively providing erosion control for the pipe underneath. Site visit was set to occur on November 28 to review the new easement alignment along with the need to improve the existing concrete protection barrier over the District’s pipe. Meeting with landscaper is being coordinated to explore options to beautify the concrete structure. Meeting on site with Winchester Company to assess the concrete structure. Options are to remove the concrete and add rip rap + bridge or add a bridge over the existing concrete and fill in concrete where it has eroded. Estimated construction costs are expected from Winchester Company within the week. On January 6th, 2017, coordination occurred between M/M and Winchester regarding cost estimate for improvements to concrete structure. Winchestor submitted a cost estimate of $22,450.00.

Attached is a copy for review. M/M is working on creating a detail for the RCP crossing to send to Westridge for coordination. Detail has been updated, sent to Westridge for review, and can be ready for contractor bid shortly. M/M has attempted to associate linework provided by Westridge into a survey boundary but the proposed easement crosses existing right-of-way and is not acceptable to the M/M PLS. Coordination has occurred with Gary Welp of Westridge to revise said linework. The easement exhibit and legal description have been completed and sent to the District’s attorney and Westridge’s Engineer. Westridge has reached out with questions regarding the proposed easement alignment. M/M survey is coordinating with Westridge to answer any questions. Westridge had comments on the easement provided. M/M is coordinating with Westridge to solve issues regarding the legal description. It is believed that Westridge’s engineer is using a differing datum thus the provided easement does not line up with their linework. Coordination is ongoing. Updated easement documents have been sent to Westridge for final approval. The District’s attorney forwarded the final draft of the easement agreement to Westridge for review. M/M has coordinated the review and the easement appears appropriate.

The final easement agreement has been provided to the owner for review. Working on design and should have preliminary design in a couple of weeks. M/M is coordinating survey for the ditch crossing design. Awaiting permission to enter property for additional topographic survey. Survey was scheduled for January 4, 2019. Survey has been completed and design of the bridge structure is ongoing. Design has discovered that the sanitary lines crossing the existing swale have a top elevation that is above the ditch flow line. This circumstance has caused an issue in using culvert to cross the sanitary. M/M is now looking at costs for a wood bridge, three-sided box, or a low water crossing. M/M is still ironing out a cost-effective crossing and will coordinate with Westridge upon completion. Design is almost complete and coordination with West Ridge will take place. Suggest meeting with the owner to discuss solution. Design is ongoing. Schematics are complete and meeting with Owner Monday May 20, 2019 to review. Showing a low water crossing first to see if this least cost will be acceptable. Contract documents for bidding of the ditch crossing is almost complete. M/M will put together bid specifications and solicit a couple proposals for the work. Plans are complete and specification are under final review. Solicitation for contractors has been occurring with difficulty finding someone to perform the work to date. M/M and District’s Attorney are coordinating on timing (end of October or November). Project Design is complete and M/M will solicit a few quotes to complete the work. M/M will be getting ahold of Levi Construction to see if they will perform the Districts drainage crossing at the same time as the other drainage work is completed.


UPDATE: Martin/Martin sent the standard agreement and specifications to King Contractors on March 25, 2020. An estimate of fee is anticipated to be provided.

 

 

930 Alkire St. – Jetter Head Removal – Various Homeowners

On September 25th, 2018, the District’s Attorney reached out to the homeowner at 930 Alkire St. for permanent sanitary sewer easement within the property. This easement along with temporary access/construction easements are being coordinated through the District’s Attorney. M/M performed survey on the property on March 27, 2019. Laying out the requested easement and new manhole location. The idea moving forward is to leave the main and manhole in the garage, and to leave the service as is. A point excavation is required to put in the manhole and remove the hose. The easement needs are being coordinated by the attorney. The Board agreed to leave the manhole under the shed in place and functioning. The attorney is working on updating the easement. Proposed form of Easement Agreement was sent June 26, 2019 to M/M. It appears that there will not be any construction on Lucy Davitt’s property. The District is going to leave the manhole in place that she currently discharges into. It appears the work will be done on the Willbanks’ property and perhaps the property behind the Willbanks’. Entry was planned from what appears to be the North side of the Willbanks’ property, farthest away from Lucy Davitt’s property. M/M sent revised stamped easement to District’s Attorney on August 1, 2019. M/M sent revised stamped easement to District’s Attorney on August 28, 2019. District’s attorney sent revised easement agreement to Chris Willbanks, the homeowner on September 4, 2019. M/M and Tim Flynn met with the current Owners (Trust) to discuss completion of an easement and location of the desired MH that must be constructed allowing removal of the Jet Nozzle. The owner also desires the line remain extended beneath the garage as they believe the new owners will eventually remove the garage allowing access.

 

UPDATE: Revised sanitary sewer line easement agreement was sent on April 1, 2020 by Attorney. Estimate for new location of MH was provided that is below $20,000 – T. Lowell

 

13580 Wide Acres Road – Mr. Mike Kopp (Sanitary MH Issue)

3/17/2020 contacted by the District related to a manhole that is approximately 4” below the asphalt elevation in front of the residences driveway. T. Lowell will assist with repairs on a time and material basis with REC providing a new MH lid and cover.

 

UPDATE: Contractor scheduled to have the manhole raised and paved on April 7, 2020, and this was agreed upon by the homeowner. Approx. $9,000

 

2100 Youngfield – Land Use

M/M received plans for a proposed Long-Term Temporary Use for surface parking development on December 7, 2018. An acceptance letter was sent to the City of Lakewood on December 17, 2018. M/M received proposal on June 26, 2019 and provided response on June 27, 2019. There appears to be a MH in the middle of the site but it doesn’t appear they are planning to use it. TJC contacted M/M to get info on review process and get checklists, details, and paperwork.

Developer is working on agreements. M/M requested a $15,000 deposit, provided TJC with details and most of the District common notes, and stated that an easement agreement, extension agreement and locates will be required. TJC Limited requested the necessary paperwork to set up


escrow and agreements and they are ready to start submitting design plans. M/M sent the Developer an invoice for the required deposit on December 12, 2019.

 

UPDATE: Sanitary utilities map was sent to the contractor and suggested that they verify line sizes. A flow study is being required based on volume anticipated to be contributed and potential of 6” line existing.

 

 

Consolidated Mutual Water Office and Plant Site

Consolidated is coordinating past usage for each service to help identify SFE related to sanitary discharge from all their facilities. It is desired to conclude estimated SFRE for the main office building as soon as possible. A recommendation for SFRE for the main office will be present at board meeting. Recommendations for SFRE can be discussed at Board meeting. Consolidated is coordinating with REC to install a portable meter to record flows and allow taking discharge samples to verify waste characteristics. This information will allow a determination of SFRE for over all connection value.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

12599 W 27th Ave – New Dewatering Building – Consolidated Mutual Water

M/M received plans for a new proposed dewatering building on November 15, 2018. M/M received the plumbing plans for a new proposed dewatering building on November 21, 2018. M/M coordinating with engineer to clarify drawings. M/M provided a sanitary sewer availably letter on December 5, 2018. A meeting is being set up to discuss current tap fees and service fees for each building associated with CMWC. Received flow data from Consolidated Mutual. Tap fees appear to be up to date as long as a single service to their treatment and maintenance buildings is ok. Service fees are more difficult to identify. A metering manhole could be installed in the future. Has requested tap application for ¾” service to new solids building. On-going coordination is taking place for flow values contributed over the years without service fees. M/M received interceptor sizing calculations and design drawings for the Consolidated Mutual sanitary service lines on August 19, 2019 and corrected documents were received August 20, 2019. M/M is reviewing. M/M provided review letter for sand interceptor on September 9, 2019. M/M provided review letter for service lines on September 11, 2019. Consolidated Mutual sent response letter to M/M. M/M is to review.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

10750 W. 26th Avenue (Paramount Park, 26th and Oak) – 7 Lot Development – Lucid- Studio

On April 11, 2016 Jesse Walden with Lucid-Studio contacted the District to discuss a provided site plan for a proposed seven lot single family development. It was noted to Mr. Walden that the development would require a sanitary sewer extension and associated easement and that M/M designs extensions in the District. Currently, the alignment of the sanitary sewer is being discussed. The site plan is showing the extension going through a drainage pond, M/M is requiring that the alignment is moved to around the drainage pond into W. 26th Avenue then to east to an easement to the east of the drainage pond. A design fee document was provided to the


developer on July 5. A referral response to City of Lakewood was provided on July 12. Deposit and AutoCAD files have not yet been received. On February 3rd, 2017, the developer contacted M/M stating that they are beginning utility design and asked if M/M could meet February 8th to go over sanitary design. M/M discussed alignment options and requirements for sanitary service at the meeting. The proposed alignment shows a mainline extending down W. 26th Ave. and heading into the property bypassing the drainage easement on site. On July 13th, 2017, the District received a $15,000 check for design services for the sanitation extension within W. 26th Ave. M/M is coordinating on base files to begin the design. The District’s attorney has been provided a vesting deed and title insurance commitment for easement and extension agreements. The initial plan set has been provided to the City of Lakewood for review. M/M met on site with the developer and Consolidated Mutual to discuss the proposed sanitary alignment. The developer is providing updated survey showing locates at the intersection of Oak St. and W. 26th Ave. The sanitary sewer extension is being extended to service two additional lots to the southeast (9 lots total). Sanitary sewer extension plans were resubmitted to the City of Lakewood on October 25th, 2017. M/M has reached out to the developer for execution of the extension agreement. Coordination is ongoing. Comments were received from the City of Lakewood on the plan set. M/M is awaiting an approval letter from Consolidated Mutual on the proposed waterline offset. Consolidated Mutual is realigning their waterline within Oak St. to increase the offset from sanitary sewer. Once finalized, plans will be resubmitted to the City of Lakewood for approval. Update base files have been received from Consolidate Mutual concerning the site water design. Sanitary sewer extension design is preliminarily complete and under review with City of Wheat Ridge and City of Lakewood. Plans have been revised and submitted to the City of Lakewood and City of Wheat Ridge for final review. M/M has reached out to Wheat Ridge and Lakewood concerning final plan review. No comments have been received. Martin/Martin has reached out to the City of Wheat Ridge and City of Lakewood for final plan review. The developer wishes to construct the sanitary sewer extension in two phases (site phase and street phase). M/M is coordinating with the developer concerning preferred contractors and project timing. M/M is coordinating with the developer on a pre-con meeting for the on-site portion of project. M/M has reviewed product submittal documents for manhole details. The City of Lakewood is awaiting final approval of the sanitary alignment in relation to the water main alignment from the Consolidated Water Mutual Company. Consolidated Mutual will be returning an approval letter shortly. M/M met on site (September 25th, 2018) with the contractor to discuss District construction requirements for the on-site portion of the project. M/M is currently reviewing submittals. Coordination is ongoing. The contractor has started laying pipe and completed the section between sta. 18+00 and 19+50. M/M and Consolidated Mutual coordinated on the sanitary alignment approval. Plans have been approved by the City of Lakewood and City of Wheat Ridge. It was decided by the developer to bid the project separately. Coordination with Consolidated Mutual and the developer is ongoing for timing of the project between water and sewer construction. City paving is causing a timing constraint.

M/M received, reviewed, and returned submittals to the contractor. T. Lowell Construction is indicating that if Consolidated Mutual keeps delaying that they will not be able to complete the work by the end of May. M/M received, reviewed, and returned submittals for this project. T. Lowell started construction on June 3, 2019. There have been residents’ complaints at the jobsite. T. Lowell repaired the asphalt recently and will check the jobsite today. There have been multiple contractors in the area, and it seems most equipment is now off-site. Sanitary line is complete as of July 9, 2019. Televising is developer’s/contractor’s responsibility. A CO PLS


stamped survey will be required for as-builts including inverts, pipe lengths, slopes, etc. Air testing occurred on July 10, 2019 for all sanitary mains between MH D-19-1-7 and D-19-1A and all lines tested passed. Significant infiltration was present at MH 19-1A and was pumped out.

Sides of MH will be grouted or sealed. CCTV will be provided for mainline between MH D-19- 1-8 to D-19-1-7 in place of air testing because service lines are already in place (but not active). CCTV of all mains will be required to be sent to M/M. Developer will be providing as-builts.

Lube/buildup appeared between joints in CCTV. No MH trough invert appeared in CCTV so M/M is awaiting video/photo of trough. Most downstream MH that appeared to have infiltration problems was claimed by T Lowell to have been grouted. Coordination is occurring on these issues. M/M contacted Excavators LLC for copy of CCTV showing the lines post-jetted and with the manhole trough in place. T Lowell scheduled potholing with traffic control for $3,300 for September 19, 2019.  Potholing operations on September 19, 2019 found high groundwater levels all across Oak Street, indicating cause may be high ground water and not necessarily flowing down the District or Consolidated’s waterline. T. Lowell is to submit a summary of their findings. M/M sent the District, the City of Wheat Ridge, the City of Lakewood and Consolidated Mutual a map on October 1, 2019 of the potholing that took place regarding the groundwater issue. Consolidated Mutual is coordinating with the City of Wheat Ridge to construct a cut-off wall and an underdrain pipe near the problem near area close to the District’s manholes, and connect it to the Lakewood Storm Drain. Lucid Studio sent M/M sanitary as- builts on October 16, 2019 and they appeared good. M/M has not seen updated CCTV. M/M has been instructed not to approve the mainline in Oak due to the costs with the on-going ground water issue. The City has contacted Consolidated and apparently does not like the temporary drain solution. As soon as the ditch turns back on it is anticipated that water will continue to seep. Consolidated continues to work with M/M for the final solution.

 

UPDATE: Coordination with Consolidated is taking place. One possible solution to minimize the path of flow is to construct two new cut off walls. However, it is anticipated that ground water will continue to try and surface.

 

EXTENSION AGREEMENT: The extension agreement has been signed and received by the District.

EASEMENT AGREEMENT: The easement agreement was completed, signed, and returned to the developer for recordation.

 

 

Youngfield and W. 32nd Ave, Wheat Ridge – New Valvoline Site (Hayley Bancroft)

A Valvoline site is being proposed for the site. Appropriate Grease interceptor is being required.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

 

3211 Quail Street Proof of Submit: Four Lots – Feb. 3, 2020 Quail Creek Estates

A proof of submission was coordinated and provided Feb. 10, 2020

 

UPDATE: NONE


 

Paramount Heights Shopping Center – NWC 26th & Kipling – Golds Grocery

Second ALTA survey provided by Adam Radcliffe did not show the District’s line along Kipling. M/M reviewed District’s mainline video north of the site from 2017 on September 16, 2019, and the line appears to be operating normally. There are a few minor cracks and fractures. A meeting was held introducing the project to the District on Sept. 17, 2019. Requirements were outlined during the meeting. M/M and MEP are coordinating on sizing requirements for grease interceptor. The District has been contacted by the Developer indicating that the purchase of the center is close at hand and they want to understand process. M/M has coordinated with the Developer in relation to a Will Serve Letter based Fon a concept plan. The intent is a renovation of the existing building to which they anticipate 3- Grease interceptors being needed. Service lines are anticipated to extend and connect to the existing District mainline north of the property. A normal review process will take place. An availability letter was sent to City Feb. 10, 2020 per request Feb. 3, 2020. Additional coordination related to anticipated grease interceptor sizing has been on-going. They also desire to provide a private collector main from individual units then connect to the District Main to the east of the property. This needs to be considered. $5K deposit has been received by District for reviews.

 

UPDATE: Plans are in review and comments are anticipated to be provided the week of the 13th.

 

13455 W Colfax Ave

There is a discrepancy with the tap fees for this property as it has been converted into a daycare facility and will need to be billed under commercial tap fees going forward.

 

UPDATE: The condition of the mainline in the area was verified to be adequate. Services in the area were also verified with exception of one.

 

3244-3600 Youngfield Street – Applewood Village Shopping Center Filing #3

M/M received a site plan for a subdivision partially in the service boundary of the District. M/M sent a referral letter on October 17, 2019.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

Merkwood Estates – W. 32nd Ave. and Routt St.

CCTV has been reviewed and approved. Coordination is ongoing concerning as-builts. M/M provided tap and service fees to the developer. As-builts were received March 19, 2019. The slopes for the last two legs of the sanitary main extension didn’t meet design slope requirements. Contractor to provide potential solution to attain design slopes. M/M surveyed the non- conforming pipe and confirmed it does not meet design slope requirements. Contractor to remedy situation and provide as-built drawings once completed. M/M resurveyed the pipes and MH’s and although slightly below minim slopes required, survey accuracy with the short segment could be the cause, and it was decided that they appeared to be acceptable as long as the manhole troughs are lined with epoxy. Contractor submitted epoxy and is looking at an extended warranty. Elevated Excavating supplied letter to M/M on July 16, 2019 stating they were willing to warranty MH #2 and #3 as well as line going between for 3 years from date of installation,


July 1, 2018. This needs to be 3 years following final acceptance as EE is on conditional acceptance, slope appear to be less than minimum and reconstruction is limited by utility conflicts, and drop within MH is less than standard (but are epoxy lined). Once acknowledged, District’s attorney will be able to define the method to establish the extended warranty. District’s Attorney is creating agreement for extended 3 year warranty beyond the final acceptance. Bond is needed to extend the added three years past the one year warranty. M/M is waiting for paperwork. Date of Conditional Acceptance is June Board Meeting (June 24, 2019). M/M forwarded copies of deposit for the 25% amount and a copy of the agreement from Developer to District’s Attorney. M/M’s suggestion of a 3- year warranty period is acceptable to District’s Attorney, who sent draft of First Amendment to Application and Agreement for Extension of Sewer Mains on August 2, 2019 which M/M is reviewing. Awaiting extended 3 year warranty for the line segment that was constructed flatter than normal. Contractor would like to know if the District can grant conditional acceptance and they would like their deposit back as soon as possible.

 

UPDATE: NONE

EXTENSION AGREEMENT: The extension agreement has been signed and received by the District.

EASEMENT DOCUMENTS: Approved easement legal description and exhibit have been received and forwarded to the District’s attorney for finalization of the easement agreement. The District is awaiting receipt of the signed agreement.

 

 

1991 Youngfiled – Beer Garden

M/M received plans for a new beer garden concept restaurant development on February 11, 2019. An availability letter was sent to the developer on February 18, 2019. M/M provided a plan review letter on March 28, 2019. M/M received a 1st referral for the property on May 23, 2019. M/M provided a response on June 4, 2019. M/M received a 2nd referral for the property on May 30, 2019. M/M provided a response on June 13, 2019. Scott Cox & Associates was able to locate two manholes to the north of the site but not the manhole to the south. A monitoring manhole will be required. Access must be provided every 100 feet and MH will help serve in place of a cleanout. Monitor MH details and service tracer wire details were sent to the developer. M/M must receive grease interceptor certified sizing and revised plans prior to applying for tap fee.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

Denver Water Conduit Replacement

A meeting was attended on July 17th, 2013 to discuss the Denver Water replacement that will begin at the Applewood Shops and extend towards the Moffat Treatment Plant within the District. The 84” waterline installation will cross multiple district lines and is the early stages of design. Coordination between Dewberry and REC has occurred for locating existing sanitary sewer lines and potholing will commence on certain areas that design feels is necessary for conflicts with the new waterline. Meetings with HDR and Dewberry survey representatives occurred on November 6th and 8th to determine the location of the existing mainlines within the Applewood Shopping Center as well as 32nd Avenue and Ward Road to allow design to continue


on the 84” waterline. Discussions concerning possible conflicts of the waterline with existing sanitary mainline occurred – Location: Applewood Knolls Drive and Benthaven Drive.

Coordination with K. Bushdiecker from HDR occurred on April 10th, 2014 concerning the as- constructed documents of the mainlines located within the Applewood Shopping Center. HDR was interested in the depths of the District mainline and horizontal location as the new conduit may need to include a bore of the new 84” waterline. A meeting occurred on December 5 between Denver Water Department and the District. DWD stated in the meeting that the installation is slated to occur in 2019. The installation is planned to be an 84” diameter water conduit. There are likely areas where conflicts will occur with District sanitary mains. Conduit No. 16 Project was put on hold in 2015 due to budgeting. Construction is expected to re-start in

2017. Construction of the bore across I-70 at approximately 40th Ave. (to the South) is almost ready to begin. Based on inquiry by M/M, on February 28th, 2018, the DWD engineer reached out inquiring about District facilities along the path of the conduit replacement. Sanitary maps were provided and it was requested that the District be contacted regarding design plans for waterline replacement. M/M provided the DWD Engineer with mapping and CCTV information so they could identify potential sanitary service conflicts. A meeting is set for October 1st to discuss utility conflicts with the proposed pipeline. Coordination is ongoing to identify potential sanitary service conflicts. M/M has coordinated with DWD’s engineer on which sanitary lines have been previously lined.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

4101 Miller Street – Easement Research

Easement research is ongoing for the District’s property at 4101 Miller Street. Recovered easements and updated exhibit will be provided at Board meeting. The easements have been located and attached is an updated schematic of the 4101 Miller St. property. The irrigation ditch through the property is the Risdon Ditch Easement. The schematic has been updated to reflect this. M//M has contacted the City of Wheat Ridge in regards to the process for selling and developing the parcel. Coordination is ongoing in regards to setting up a meeting to go over this process. City of Wheat Ridge suggested July 20th for a meeting but this would not work for NWLSD representatives. Another meeting will be set in the August timeframe. M/M is coordinating a meeting with City of Wheat Ridge development to discuss the property (Aug 31st 10 AM or 3 PM) (Sep 7th 2 PM or 3 PM) (Sep 14th 10 AM or 2 PM or 3 PM). A meeting is set for October 26th at 2 PM with the City of Wheat Ridge. Due to scheduling conflicts, M/M moved to November 2nd at 3:00 PM. A meeting was held on November 2nd, 2017 to discuss options for development of the property. The site schematic has been revised to reflect the removal of easements as requested by the realtor. Two site schematics have been provided indicating options for sanitary re-alignment and removal of requested easements.

 

UPDATE: NONE

 

Miscellaneous

PetSmart in the Applewood shopping center has a 6” private line that may dump into NWLSD line. M/M is attempting to collaborate with REC on this.


 

 

 

May 28, 2014

 

 

Traffic Control Plans were requested by REC as the City of Lakewood wants to approve all TCPs for every main street. M/M’s road group will address Traffic Control Plans in November. M/M and Ramey are coordinating on TCPs.
November Moffat reads were sent by Ramey on Feb. 4, 2020.

·Ramey investigated the claim from a homeowner that there were two manholes leeking water onto the street near West 20th Avenue and Beech Ct. (MH's JB-17 and JB-16). Ramey observed normal flow with no standing water on April 13, 2020 and took photos showing seeping from a communications MH.

Martin/Martin provided flow and loadings projections to Tammy Walker at Metro for 2021 as requested.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROPOSAL

 

 

 

DATE: APRIL 17, 2020