Godfrey Sewer Committee reviews Lift Station design proposal
The village of Godfrey Special Projects Sewer Committee met March 2 to review the design proposal for the plant Lift Station and Sodium Hypo Chlorine Building.
The commission meets at 5 p.m. on the First Wednesday of each month at Village Hall.
Here are the meeting minutes as provided by the committee:
Special Projects Sewer Committee
March 2nd, 2015
Mr. Weber called the Special Projects Sewer Committee Meeting of the Village of Godfrey to order at 5:00 p.m. on March 2nd, 2016 at the Godfrey Fire Station, Godfrey, Illinois. Meeting place changed due to early voting at the Village Hall.
Present: Jeff Weber, Keith Sherman, Mike Stumpf, Lowell Beuttel, Joe Hughes,
Joe Springman, Bill Orrill, Curt Westrich, and Craig Noble.
Absent: Jerry Gibson, and Carl Arnold.
Visitors: Jim Lewis, Public Works. Terry Barton, Contractor
APPROVAL OF MINUTES – The minutes of the February 3rd, 2016 meeting were approved as written.
Public Comments: Mr. Terry Barton is interested in property on West Delmar. He inquired about sewer feasibility of the property on the east side of Sunset Bar and Grill. At present the Village does not have plans to sewer that side of West Delmar.
The committee discussed avenues that may be possible to bring sewer to him , the bar and several frontage Delmar homes. One would be to bore under the highway, the other to start at a manhole close to the Riverland Trust property. Heneghan is going to evaluate tying into the LaVista line which is a gravity system as well as boring under the highway.
Special Service Area/Tap on Costs-Route 3 Extension/Future Collection System:
Impact I-255-Potential Sewer Development at the Northwest Quadrant of the Village:
ARC American Residential Services: The system up and running. Sewer billing is in place monthly for 54 units $1620.00. Villa Marie Water Issues- There are 198 homes in Villa Marie. The Village is working diligently to correct the overflows. Tope Plumbing will start evaluating homes for illegal connections soon. The committee has contracted flow meters to insert in manholes to monitor flow during rains to help determine areas of I&I.
Mr. Sherman made a motion to recommend to the board that they spend $36.000.00 for metering for the L&C Apartment area and an additional $34,000.00 for monitoring in Villa Marie Subidivision. Mr. Orrill seconded. Motion carried.
Frontenac Lift Station SSO- No report.
North East Interceptor Upgrade- Heneghan is working on researching for the old easements of the existing sewer line.
Warren Levis Lagoon Survey- Action for lagoon is will be in process after SCI sampling results come back. Mr. Noble said that large pump at Warren Levis is failing. It is located very deep in the well. It is 50 years old. It was discussed whether to purchase a new one around 60,000.00 or to rebuild. Mr. Stumpf said that FP Williams may be able to rebuild. Mr. Noble will research.
Cure in Place- No report
Sanitary Sewer Relocation – No report.
Design Proposal for the plant Lift Station and Sodium Hypo Chlorine Building American water has been authorized to commensurate the design for the project. If the Village agrees thereafter, the monies spent for the design work will be applied to construction cost.
Storm Water Funding Initiative Mr. Weber said that the Village has been paying for a add on rider for Boiler Insurance. The Village has yet to make a claim on said insurance. It was discussed to drop the policy. Mr. Hughes said that we need to make sure this coverage is covered by the IMRL umbrella coverage. Mr. Noble will research. Discussion to follow in April.
Mr Sherman made a motion to adjourn at 6:25 p.m. Mr. Beuttel seconded. Motion carried.
Debbie Wedding, Secretary