October 26, 2018
City of Port Orchard
216 Prospect Street, Port Orchard, WA 98366
TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS
On or about November 26, 2018, the City of Port Orchard will request the State of Washington Department of Health and Department of Commerce to release funds under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and Washington State Environmental Policy Act.
The City of Port Orchard will undertake the projects described below utilizing Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Loans. A Determination of No Adverse Effects to Historic Properties was issued for this project with conditions to follow an approved monitoring plan and inadvertent discovery plan. A copy of the “EZ 1” Project Review Sheet for Section 106 is on file at the address below and is available for public examination and copying upon request. A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance was issued for the Phase A, Well 13 portion of the project.
Phase 1 Project Name: Well 13
Purpose and Nature of Project: Drill new water supply well. Work is planned for three construction contracts, including:
- Site access road, site work, installation of temporary and permanent stormwater and erosion control measures, fencing, security improvements, and site restoration.
- Drill a new Well 13 adjacent to existing Sedgwick Reservoir.
- Construct a new water well house, including well pumps. Construct a new water treatment facility, including a new building with pressure filters, fluoridation, and disinfection. Install telemetry, instrumentation, controls, electrical generator, landscaping, asphalt pavement, and parking.
Location of the Project: Township 23 North, Section 11, Range 1E
Estimated Cost of the Project: $4,060,000
Phase 2 Project Name: Transmission Piping and Well 6
Purpose and Nature of Project: Convey water from Sedgwick Reservoir to intertie. Work includes:
- Approximately 2,600 feet of new 12-inch pipeline to convey water south to connect with existing piping at the existing Well 6 site.
- Road and slope stabilization along pipeline route, as required.
- Potential limited realignment of Maple Avenue and the pipeline.
- Existing Well 6 will be decommissioned and maintained as a monitoring well.
- Existing Well 6 Reservoir will be removed, as required.
Location of the Project: Township 24 North, Sections 25 and 36, Range 1E
Estimated Cost of the Project: $2,000,000.
Objections of the project may be submitted to the Office of Drinking Water Director, Mike Means, Department of Health, P.O. Box 47822, Olympia, Washington 98504-7822. Any objections received after November 26, 2018 will not be considered by the Department of Health.