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Elma - WWTP Outfall Stabilization Project

Here's what's happening
10/16/2016  -  Update from Mike Marshall   
All of the information on the website is correct and current.
On the carry forward question, we will spend all of the money by July 1, 2018 as the work will take place late summer of 2017.
9/12/2016  -  Update from Mike Marshall   
Site looks good.  No updates are needed.
7/20/2016  -  Update from Mike Marshall   
Updated schedule/milestones on Overview page to reflect Project decision to avoid the regulatory complexity and cost of armoring and bury the outfall pipe further into the riverbank to stabilize and floodproof it.  See here.
See Corps of Engineers letter here.
5/18/2016  -  Update from Michael Marshall   
  Recent Work Completed:

prepared and submittied JARPA application including Critical Areas report, Biological Evaluation, and Mitigation Plan.
published the SEPA DNS determination and received comments.

Upcoming Work:

responding to additional information request from Corps.
working to receive HPA from WDFW.
finishing contract specifications.
complying with 05-05 artifacts including contacting all associated tribes and submitting an EZ1 form to DAHP.

Once we have...
3/12/2016  -  Update from Jim Starks   

Project sign has been posted. See here.
JARPA will be submitted early next week. (Note: JARPA is a key environmental permitting application used by Ecology, WDFW, and Corps of Engineers.)
SEPA comments are due March 18th.
Project is on-track.
1/20/2016  -  Update from Jim Starks   
Draft design sheets will be ready for distribution to permitting and regulatory review agencies by end-of-January 2016.
10/16/2015  -  Project Website Set-Up   
Project website for the WWTP Outfall Stabilization Project has been launched.
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