Sugar Creek Watershed Plan
|March 22, 2018||Staff met with representatives of School District 45 to discuss the timing and scope of the work on Jackson Pond, and the soil borings were reviewed.|
|March 15, 2018||School District 45 has been provided with a copy of the current version of the plans for review and comment. A progress meeting with School District 45 is scheduled for March 21, 2018.|
|March 8, 2018||
Staff met with representatives of School District 88 to discuss impacts of the proposed projects to Willowbrook High School. There is a cross country route that will need to be relocated during the duration of construction. Some lights owned by the high school will be impacted by the project as well.
|March 1, 2018||Staff received results of additional soil borings. A Conference call to discuss the findings was held.
|February 22, 2018||Staff received results of additional soil borings this week. A Conference call to discuss the findings will be held later this week.|
|February 15, 2018||Staff expects to receive results of the additional soil borings this week.|
|February 8, 2018||Staff is awaiting results of additional soil borings.|
|February 1, 2018||Staff has executed a purchase order for additional soil borings. A progress meeting with School District 45 will be held in the near future.
|January 25, 2018||Staff is reviewing proposals for additional soil borings.|
|January 18, 2018||A progress meeting was held this week. Bidding of the first phase of construction is scheduled for this spring.
|January 11, 2017||A progress meeting is scheduled for next week.
|January 4, 2018||Design continues.|
|November 30, 2017||Survey work has been initiated. A progress meeting will be scheduled in the near future.
|November 9, 2017||Soil borings have been completed.
|November 2, 2017||Soil borings have been scheduled.
|October 19, 2017||The District 45 School Board approved the inter-governmental agreement for the expansion of Jackson detention basin on October 16, 2017. The agreement will be presented to the Village Board on October 23, 2017. The design kickoff meeting was the detention basin expansion was held on October 10, 2017.
|October 12, 2017||The District 45 School Board will be considering the inter-governmental agreement for the expansion of Jackson detention basin on October 16, 2017. If approved, the agreement will be presented to the Village Board on October 23, 2017.
|October 5, 2017
Village and County staff attended the October 2, 2017 School District 45 Board Meeting to answer questions regarding the proposed expansion of Jackson Storm Water Detention Basin.
|September 21, 2017||School District 45 plans to present the inter-governmental agreement to the School Board for consideration on October 2, 2017.
|September 15, 2017||Staff has reviewed proposed language changes to the draft inter-governmental agreement from School District 45 and has no objections to the language changes. The Village Attorney also has no objections. The school district has been notified and was provided with additional exhibits that describe the proposed project.|
|September 1, 2017||Village staff received proposal language changes to the draft inter-governmental agreement from School District 45. These will require review. A conference call with DuPage County staff was held to discuss the storm water calculations that had been previously submitted to the County for review. The County will be providing written comments. Once these comments are addressed the County will sign off on the storm water calculations.|
|August 25, 2017||The Michigan Project (Madison to Jackson) will be bid with two alternate sizes for the relief storm sewer.|
|August 11, 2017||The draft inter-governmental agreement has been submitted to School District 45 for review.|
|July 28, 2017||Staff completed preparing exhibits to attach to the agreements and all have been reviewed by the Village Attorney. The documents will be forwarded to School District 45.|
|July 14, 2017||Draft easement exhibits have been prepared by the engineering consultant and a draft intergovernmental agreement with School District 45 has been prepared by the Village Attorney for staff review.|
|June 30, 2017||Staff met with County staff to provide an update for the Jackson Area drainage improvements and to discuss ways to obtain additional funding for the project. County staff was receptive to assisting the Village with obtaining additional funding.|
|June 16, 2017||Staff will be meeting with County staff to provide an update for the Jackson Area drainage improvements and to discuss ways to obtain additional funding for the project.|
|June 9, 2017||Staff will be attending the next board meeting for School District 45 to present the proposed modifications to Jackson Pond. County staff has also been invited.|
|May 26, 2017||Staff will be attending the next board meeting for School District 45 to present the proposed modifications to Jackson Pond. The consultant has identified a configuration for Jackson Pond that provides the required level of flood control, preserves and enhances existing recreational uses of the adjacent area, and minimizes haul off of excavated material, thereby reducing cost. After some minor adjustments, we will be presenting the draft revised plan to School District 45.|
|May 5, 2017||The design consultant for the Jackson Pond continues to make design changes that would minimize disruption to the adjacent recreational areas while still maintaining the desired level of flood protection.|
|April 21, 2017||Staff met with the design consultant for the Jackson Pond to discuss design changes that would minimize disruption to the adjacent recreational areas while still maintaining the desired level of flood protection.|
|April 14, 2017||Village staff met with School District 45 to discuss staging and design options for the expansion of Jackson Pond. A presentation to the school board will be made next month. An inter-governmental agreement will also be required. School District 88 has submitted a letter of support to DuPage County.|
|March 17, 2017||Village staff reviewed and provided comments to a draft letter of support from School District 88.|
|March 10, 2017||County staff has verbally indicated that completion of the Sugar Creek watershed plan is no longer a pre-requisite for the Jackson Pond expansion project to move forward. This should free up the $550,000 in CDBG-DR grant funding that is earmarked for the project. The Village's consultant will be providing drainage calculations to the County for review in the near future.|
|February 10, 2017||Village and County staff attended a School District 88 Building and Grounds Committee Meeting to discuss the Sugar Creek Watershed plan and the need for a letter of support on 02/07/2017. We do not know at this time is a letter of support will be forthcoming.|
|February 3, 2017||Village staff will be attending a School District 88 Board Building and Grounds Committee Meeting to discuss the Sugar Creek Watershed Plan and the need for a letter of support on 02/07/2017.|
|January 27, 2017||Village staff may be attending a School District 88 Board Meeting to discuss the Sugar Creek Watershed plan and the need for a letter of support.|
|January 6, 2017||The Village Manager has met with the school superintendent to discuss the proposed watershed plan.|
|November 18, 2016||Village and County staff met with representatives of School District 88 to describe the proposed Jackson Area flood control project and to request a letter of support for the Sugar Creek Watershed Plan. Scott Helton indicated that he would be willing to draft a letter as long as there is no opposition from the school board.|
|October 28, 2016||A design kickoff meeting was held on 10/24/2016. Representatives from DuPage County, Jackson Junior High School, and several Village departments were present.|
|October 21, 2016||A design kickoff meeting for the Jackson Area drainage improvements is scheduled for 10/24/2016.|
|September 30, 2016||Staff will be presenting an engineering agreement to initiate design of the Jackson detention basin expansion and Michigan Avenue storm sewer (Madison to Jackson) in the near future.|
|July 8, 2016||Village and County staff are discussing plans to make a presentation to School District 88 (Willowbrook High School). The goal is to obtain a letter of support similar to that provided by School District 45. County staff is still attempting to obtain similar support from the DuPage County Forest Preserve District.|
|June 3, 2016||Village staff is reviewing a design proposal for the Michigan storm sewer and Jackson basin expansion.|
|May 27, 2016||Village and County staff made a presentation at the School District 45 school board meeting on 05/05/2016. We requested a letter of support for the proposed Sugar Creek Watershed Plan, which includes a proposed expansion of the storm water detention basin on their properties. The Village has received a copy of a letter of support that was submitted to DuPage county.|
|May 6, 2016||Village staff and County will be attending the School District 45 school board meeting on 05/05/2016 to present exhibits for the expansion of the storm water detention basin on their property. There are permanent easements for the existing stormwater facilities, however additional easements would reduce the cost of expansion. We will also discuss the possibility of regrading adjacent open space with excavated material to reduce construction costs.|
|April 29, 2016||Village staff met with the Superintendent of School District 45 and other staff to present exhibits for Jackson Junior High School. They were receptive to the idea of expanding the Jackson storm water detention basin and adding fill to the surrounding areas. Village staff provided copies of documents that identify existing permanent drainage easements for the existing storm water detention basin. It was suggested that Village and County staff attend a school board meeting in the near future.|
|March 11, 2016||Village staff is preparing a visual exhibit for Jackson Junior High School that conceptually depicts expanding the storm water detention basin and adding fill to the surrounding areas. Village staff has proposed funds in the FY 16/17 budget to begin design of flood control projects.|
|February 26, 2016||