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<br />e M I NUT E S <br /> Eugene City Council <br /> Hilton Conference Center <br /> November 7, 1988 <br /> 5:30 p.m. <br /> COUNCILORS PRESENT: Cynthia Wooten, Freeman Holmer, Jeff Miller, Debra <br /> Ehrman, Emily Schue, Rob Bennett, Ruth Bascom, Roger <br /> Rutan. <br /> The adjourned meeting of the Eugene City Council was called to order by Mayor <br /> Brian Obie. <br /> 1. STORM SEWER MASTER PLAN <br /> A. Introduction <br /> City Engineer, Les Lyle, said the purpose of this item was to review the <br /> results and issues surrounding the Storm Sewer Master Plan. As a result of <br /> increasing economic development, the City's funding sources for <br />e infrastructure improvements are becoming depleted. The City is limited in <br /> its ability to share the costs of these improvements because of its dwindling <br /> resources. <br /> Mr. Lyle said storm sewers are one component of the total infrastructure <br /> needs. Staff has identified $18 million worth of needs in storm sewers alone <br /> over the next 20 years. This figure includes only the major network <br /> components of the storm sewer system. Mr. Lyle said there will also need to <br /> be improvements in the sanitary sewer system and streets. During the next <br /> year, the Public Works Department will be identifying financing options for <br /> projects that address these needs. <br /> Bob Hammitt, Public Works Maintenance Division Manager, showed slides <br /> illustrating the types of storm water drainage problems that have occurred in <br /> the City over the past few years. <br /> Mr. Lyle said annexations of areas outside Eugene contribute to the City's <br /> drainage problems. The standards used in those areas are typically rural, <br /> preserving natural drainage ways. As the system is expanded gaps are created <br /> and capacity problems are generated when additional flow runs into those <br /> natural drainage way systems. <br />e MINUTES--Eugene City Council November 7, 1988 Page 1 <br />
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