Drainage Mats View Meadows
Drainage and Control Plan
Drainage Mats View Meadows
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<br />08/15/2005 11:02 <br /> <br />3603859234 <br /> <br />JEFF CO PUBLIC WORKS <br /> <br />PAGE 02/02 <br /> <br />~ <br /> <br />..:! <br /> <br /> <br />Jim Pearson <br />,,~ <br /> <br />From: <br />Sent: <br />To: <br />Cc: <br />Subject: <br /> <br />Jim Pearson <br />Wednesday, December 10, 200310:24 AM <br />Mo~chi Zoe Lindblad <br />AI Scalf; Bruce Laurie; Bob Turpin; Michelle Farfan; Stacie Hoskins; Kevin Russell <br />RE: Mats View Meadows StormwatElr <br /> <br /> <br />When the Plats of Mats View Meadows (downhill from Oak Bay Road and uphill from Mats Mats Bay) and Mats View <br />Terrace (uphill from Oak Bay Road) were developed, a stormwater management system was also developed that was <br />designed to handle all of the storm water runoff from both plats. It includes drainage easements, pipe conveyances, and <br />road ditches that convey stormwater runoff from the streets and lots to a large detention and treatment faoility (a two cell <br />wet pond) located between Mats View Meadows and Mats Mats Bay that discharges to Mats Mats Bay, There is therefore <br />no need for individual on-site stormwater management systems to detain or infiltrate runoff on the individual lots. <br /> <br />One of the reasons for the design of the system was that the soils on the site are not suitable for onsite infiltration. <br /> <br />Regarding the Notice to Purchasers. this notice was developed a number of years ago to address stormwater <br />management issues when the County lacked regulatory authority over stormwater management for single family <br />residences. In the case of these two plats, the only stormwater management issue that needs to be addressed during <br />residential construction is erosion control. The applicants should provide and implement a temporary erosion control plan. <br /> <br />Jim <br /> <br />-Original Message-...- <br />From: Mcrchi zoe Undblad <br />Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 9:41 AM <br />To: Jim Pearson <br />SUbJed:: Mats VIew Meadows stormwater <br /> <br />Hi Jim, <br /> <br />Could you send me a quick note to summarize the stormwater situation on Mats View Meadows <br />per our phone conversation yesterday? Ron Is coming In Friday morning to dIscuss stormwater <br />issue. Notice to Purchasers on the face of the Plat does state a stormwoter site pion is required <br />prior to issuance of a bUilding permit. I am trying to collect all the info pertaining to this matter. <br /> <br />Thanks. <br /> <br />Mo-chl <br /> <br />1 <br />
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