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HomeMy WebLinkAboutCity Council Packet 12-12-2023City Council 1 of 5 December 12, 2023 CITY OF PLYMOUTH AGENDA Regular City Council December 12, 2023, 7:00 PM 1.CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 2.ROLL CALL 3.PLYMOUTH FORUM—Individuals may address the Council about any item not contained on the regular agenda. A maximum of 15 minutes is allotted for the Forum. If the full 15 minutes are not needed for the Forum, the City Council will continue with the agenda. The City Council will take no official action on items discussed at the Forum, with the exception of referral to staff or Commission or Committee for future report. 4.PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLIC INFORMATION ANNOUNCEMENTS 4.1 Recognize Police Citizen Academy graduates (Public Safety Director Erik Fadden) 4.2 Recognize 2023 Plymouth Environmental Academy attendees (Water Resources Supervisor Ben Scharenbroich) 4.3 Receive donation from Wayzata Youth Hockey Association for Plymouth Ice Center equipment improvements 4.4 Receive donation from Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Association for a Batting Cage at Plymouth Creek Park 5.APPROVE AGENDA —Councilmembers may add items to the agenda including items contained in the Council Information Memorandum for discussion purposes or staff direction only. The Council will not normally take official action on items added to the agenda. 6.CONSENT AGENDA —These items are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Councilmember or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and placed elsewhere on the agenda. 6.1 Adopt proposed City Council minutes November 28 Special November 28 Regular 1 City Council 2 of 5 December 12, 2023 December 5 Special 6.2 Approve disbursements Invoice Expense Distribution City Council Resolution 2023-299 6.3 Approve payment No. 3 and final for the Bass Lake Estates 2nd Addition Stream Restoration Project (WR220001) Project Location Payment #3 and Final City Council Resolution 2023-300 6.4 Approve tobacco license renewals for 2024 City Council Resolution 2023-301 6.5 Approve 2024 refuse hauler licenses City Council Resolution 2023-302 6.6 Approve target and trap shooting license renewal for 2024 City Council Resolution 2023-303 6.7 Award contract for the Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project (WR150004) Location Map Bid Tab Recommendation Letter City Council Resolution 2023-304 6.8 Approve 2024 social services and community funding 2024 funding City Council Resolution 2023-305 6.9 Approve decertification of Tax Increment Financing District 7-6 Memo Regarding Decertification TIF 7-6 City Council Resolution 2023-306 6.10 Approve payment No. 5 and final for the Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project (WR180009) Project Location Pay Application No. 5 and Final City Council Resolution 2023-307 6.11 Approve final closeout for the Zachary Playfield Pickleball Courts Construction (PR229005) and Bass Lake Playfield Courts & Parking Lot Reconstruction Projects (PRN23001) Map and Design Final Pay Voucher City Council Resolution 2023-308 2 City Council 3 of 5 December 12, 2023 6.12 Approve final closeout for the Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement Project (SS210001) Pay Voucher 1 & Final City Council Resolution 2023-309 6.13 Accept streets for continual maintenance in Fields of Vicksburg (2021060) and Meadow Ridge Estates (2018014) Location Map - Fields of Vicksburg Location Map - Meadow Ridge Estates City Council Resolution 2023-310 City Council Resolution 2023-311 6.14 Adopt ordinance repealing Section 1145 of the Plymouth City Code concerning taxicabs City Council Ordinance 2023-18 City Council Resolution 2023-312 6.15 Approve 2024 regular City Council meeting schedule 2024 Meeting Calendar City Council Resolution 2023-313 6.16 Approve 2024-2025 Labor Agreement with Law Enforcement Labor Services, Local 18, representing Plymouth Police Officers Contract City Council Resolution 2023-314 6.17 Approve the City Manager's request to be included in PERA City Council Resolution 2023-315 6.18 Accept donations and sponsorships to the City of Plymouth City Council Resolution 2023-316 6.19 Approve tobacco license application of Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101 City Council Resolution 2023-317 7.PUBLIC HEARINGS 7.1 Public hearing on off-sale intoxicating liquor license application of Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101, Plymouth Location Map Property Owners within 500' City Council Resolution 2023-318 7.2 Continuation of public hearing on wine and on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor license applications of L & P Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Lucky Street Thai Street Food And Sushi, 1400 County Road 101, Unit I Location Map 3 City Council 4 of 5 December 12, 2023 Property Owners within 500' Floor Plans State Statute 340A.402 Plymouth City Code 1201.23 City Council Resolution 2023-319 7.3 Public hearing on 2024 Budget; Property Tax Levies; Amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan; and 2024 Classification and Compensation Plan Biennial Budget Memo 2024 2024 Budget & Levy presentation Amended 2024-2032 CIP by Funding Source Amended 2024-2032 CIP by Department City Council Resolution 2023-320 City Council Resolution 2023-321 City Council Resolution 2023-322 City Council Resolution 2023-323 City Council Resolution 2023-324 7.4 Public hearing on 2024 fees Utility Rate Study presentation City Council Ordinance 2023-19 City Council Ordinance 2023-20 City Council Ordinance 2023-21 City Council Ordinance 2023-22 City Council Resolution 2023-325 City Council Resolution 2023-326 8.GENERAL BUSINESS 8.1 Approve rezoning, platting, site plan, conditional use permit, and wetland replacement plan for Eagle Brook Church for property located at 17910 Chankahda Trail (2023-065) Planning Commission Report Planning Commission Minutes Location Map Aerial Map Aerial Map (zoomed in) Hennepin County Locate & Notify Map LA-2 Text from Comprehensive Plan Applicant's Narrative David Weekley Homes Sketch (2022) Perspective Views Traffic Study Revised Landscaping Plan -- Rec. 11-30-2023 Site Graphics Correspondence -- Received 8-28 thru 11-6-2023 Correspondence -- Received 11-7 & 11-8-2023 4 City Council 5 of 5 December 12, 2023 Correspondence -- Received 11-9 thru 11-14-2023 Correspondence -- Received 11-15 thru 12-6-2023 Correspondence -- Received 12-7-2023 Correspondence -- Received 12-8 to 12PM (noon) on 12-11-2023 Correspondence -- Received 12-12-2023 Letter from Councilmember Willis Wetland Location Map Wetland Impact Map Wetland Mitigation Table Ordinance (not approved) Resolution Findings of Fact (not approved) Resolution - Platting, Site Plan, & Conditional Use Permit (not approved) Resolution - Wetland Replacement Plan (not approved) Resolution - Summary Publication (not approved) 8.2 Approve 2024 Legislative Priorities One-pager 9.REPORTS AND STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS 10.ADJOURNMENT 5 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:4.1 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Erik Fadden, Public Safety Director Reviewed by:Erik Fadden, Public Safety Director Item:Recognize Police Citizen Academy graduates (Public Safety Director Erik Fadden) 1.Action Requested: Recognize recent graduates of the Police Citizen Academy. 2.Background: N/A 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Attachments: 6 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:4.2 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Ben Scharenbroich, Water Resources Supervisor Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Recognize 2023 Plymouth Environmental Academy attendees (Water Resources Supervisor Ben Scharenbroich) 1.Action Requested: Recognize Plymouth Environmental Academy attendees. 2.Background: Recognize attendees of the third annual Plymouth Environmental Academy. 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Attachments: 7 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:4.3 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Parks and Recreation Director Reviewed by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Director of Parks and Recreation Item:Receive donation from Wayzata Youth Hockey Association for Plymouth Ice Center equipment improvements 1.Action Requested: Receive donation of $8,280.64 from Wayzata Youth Hockey Association (WYHA) for equipment improvements. This dollar amount is included in the resolution accepting donations on the consent agenda. 2.Background: It has been the history of the Plymouth Park & Recreation Department to form partnerships with youth sports associations to improve parks and facilities within the city. These partnerships provide the opportunity to achieve what may otherwise not be achieved individually. Associations make requests to have specific amenities within parks and facilities which are beyond the reach of city budgets. Provided the request meets the standards of the facility and/or park, donations from youth associations assist the city in providing enhancements to venues. Under this program the Wayzata Youth Hockey Association (WYHA) is making a donation for equipment at the Plymouth Ice Center (PIC). The city values and appreciates the great partnership with WYHA and all of their financial support. The 2023 donation helps support the following equipment improvements: -Walkie Talkies 3.Budget Impact: The donation of $8,280.64 will be applied to the Plymouth Ice Center fund. 4.Attachments: 8 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:4.4 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Parks and Recreation Director Reviewed by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Director of Parks and Recreation Item:Receive donation from Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Association for a Batting Cage at Plymouth Creek Park 1.Action Requested: Receive donation of $71,946.67 for a batting cage at Plymouth Creek Park. This dollar amount is included in the resolution accepting donations on the consent agenda. 2.Background: It has been the history of the Plymouth Park & Recreation Department to form partnerships with youth sports associations to improve parks and facilities within the city. These partnerships provide the opportunity to achieve what may otherwise not be achieved individually. Associations make requests to have specific amenities within parks and facilities which are beyond the reach of city budgets. Provided the request meets the standards of the facility and/or park, donations from youth associations assist the city in providing enhancements to venues. Under this program the Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Association (PWYBA) is making a donation for a batting cage at Plymouth Creek Park. The city values and appreciates the great partnership with PWYBA and all of their financial support. The 2023 donation helps support the following: - Concrete $35,400 - Batting Cage $17,657.10 - Artificial Turf $18,889.57 3.Budget Impact: The donation of $71,946.67 will be applied to the Parks and Forestry Capital Outlay Fund - Improvements Other Than Buildings. 4.Attachments: 9 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.1 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Adopt proposed City Council minutes 1.Action Requested: Adopt proposed City Council minutes. 2.Background: N/A 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Attachments: November 28 Special November 28 Regular December 5 Special 10 Proposed Minutes 1 of 2 Special Meeting of November 28, 2023 Proposed Minutes Special Council Meeting November 28, 2023 Mayor Wosje called a Special Meeting of the Plymouth City Council to order at 5:00 p.m. at Plymouth City Hall, 3400 Plymouth Boulevard, on November 28, 2023. PLYMOUTH COUNCIL PRESENT: Mayor Wosje, Councilmembers Willis, Gregor, McGregor, Pointner, and Peterson. PLYMOUTH COUNCIL ABSENT: Councilmember Davis. PLYMOUTH STAFF PRESENT: City Manager Callister, Public Safety Director Fadden, Fire Chief Coppa, Police Administrative Manager Anderson, Public Works Director Thompson, Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer LaBounty, Community and Economic Development Director Fernelius, Park and Recreation Director Tomlinson, Human Resources Director Timpone, Finance Director Rich, Assistant Finance Director Larson, Management Intern Nwachi, and City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Gallup. 2024 Legislative Priorities City Manager Callister reviewed the draft 2024 legislative priorities. Council provided direction on changes to be considered for adoption at the December 12 meeting. 2024/2025 Budget Overview Finance Director Rich provided a final budget overview, noting the proposed final levy will be set at 7.5% at the December meeting. Board and Commission Application Review Council reviewed board and commission applications and selected candidates to interview with them on December 5 and December 12. Future Study Sessions The following changes were made to future study sessions: Schedule a second date to conduct board/commission interviews on December 12 at 5 p.m. Schedule council workshop with Chad Weinstein on January 31 at 4 p.m. Adjournment Mayor Wosje adjourned the meeting at 6:55 p.m. 11 Proposed Minutes 2 of 2 Special Meeting of November 28, 2023 Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator 12 Proposed Minutes Page 1 of 4 Regular Meeting of November 28, 2023 Proposed Minutes Regular City Council Meeting November 28, 2023 Mayor Wosje called a Regular Meeting of the Plymouth City Council to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 3400 Plymouth Boulevard, on November 28, 2023. COUNCIL PRESENT: Mayor Wosje, Councilmembers Willis, McGregor, Peterson, Pointner, and Gregor. COUNCIL ABSENT: Councilmember Davis. STAFF PRESENT: City Manager Callister, Public Safety Director Fadden, Fire Chief Coppa, Public Works Director Thompson, Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer LaBounty, Engineering Services Manager McKenzie, Community and Economic Development Director Fernelius, Park and Recreation Director Tomlinson, Human Resources Director Timpone, Finance Director Rich, Management Intern Nwachi, City Attorney Mattick, and City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Gallup. Plymouth Forum Mayor Wosje stated the agenda item regarding Eagle Brook Church will be open for public comment at the December 12, 2023 City Council meeting. Betsy Moore, 6110 Ranier Lane, shared with the council her visits to other Eagle Brook Church sites around the metropolitan area and expressed her concern regarding traffic safety around the residential area of this development. Josh Kramer, 17865 62nd Avenue N., Maple Grove, expressed his concern regarding traffic safety and requested to speak at the December 12, 2023 City Council meeting. He suggested the site plan be altered to add landscaping, trees, and design improvements. Audrey Britton, 12500 53rd Avenue N., expressed her concern regarding the inconsistencies between language in the comprehensive plan and this development. Vallabha Tantry, Gopal, and Mahi, Indian residents in Plymouth, discussed the celebration of Diwali and suggested honoring itwith a festival much like Christmas or Hannukah. Mayor Wosje expressed his appreciation of the Indian American community who reside in Plymouth. Presentations and Public Information Announcements (4.1)Recognize Chris LaBounty (Michael Thompson) 13 Proposed Minutes Page 2 of 4 Regular Meeting of November 28, 2023 Public Works Director Thompson recognized Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer LaBounty for all of his hard work and wished him well in his new position in Maple Grove. The City Council also expressed their gratitude and appreciation for his hard work on behalf of the City of Plymouth. Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer LaBounty thanked the Council for their support over his tenure. Approval of Agenda Motion was made by Councilmember McGregor, and seconded by Councilmember Peterson,to approve the agenda. With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. Consent Agenda Motion was made by Councilmember Pointner, and seconded by Councilmember Peterson, to adopt the Consent Agenda that included the following items: (6.1)Council minutes from special meeting and regular meeting of November 14, 2023. (6.2)Resolution approving disbursements ending November 17, 2023 (Res2023-287). (6.3)Resolution approving exchange of quit claim deeds to clear title to certain properties within the city (Res2023-288). (6.4)Resolution authorizing acquisition of easements for the Plymouth Boulevard Rehabilitation Project (ST240003) (Res2023-289). (6.5)Resolution designating consulting engineer for final design engineering for the Chankahda Trail Reconstruction – Phase 3 Project (ST240002) (Res2023-290). (6.6)Resolution approving variances for Brad Winger for the property located at 4700 Juneau Lane North (2023076) (Res2023-291). (6.7)Resolution committing to completing portions of the Three Rivers Park District’s Eagle Lake Regional Trail and accepting regional solicitation grant funds for the Station 73 (TRIP) Transit and Regional Improvement Project (ST250003) (Res2023-292). (6.8)Resolution approving application for 2023 local road improvement program funding for the 36th Avenue Rehabilitation Project (ST250002) (Res2023-293). (6.9)Resolution approving joint powers agreement for accounting services between the City of Plymouth and the Bassett Creek Watershed Management Commission (Res2023-294). (6.10)Resolution approving application for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency community resilience grant to prepare a Plymouth Environmental Resiliency Plan (Res2023-295). 14 Proposed Minutes Page 3 of 4 Regular Meeting of November 28, 2023 (6.11)Resolution approving polling locations for the 2024 elections and repealing Resolution No. 2023-285 (Res2023-296). With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. Public Hearings (7.1)Public Hearing on wine and on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor license applications of M & W Inc. d/b/a Kyuramen, 4345 Nathan Lane North, Suite O City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Gallup presented this item, noted the completed background check by law enforcement, and the notification of property owners within 500 feet. Mayor Wosje opened the public hearing. Mayor Wosje closed the public hearing. Motion was made by Councilmember Gregor, and seconded by Councilmember Pointner, to adopt Resolution approving wine and on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor license applications of M & W Inc d/b/a Kyuramen, 4345 Nathan Lane North, Suite O (Res2023-297). With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. (7.2)Public Hearing on wine and on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor license applications of L & P Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Lucky Street Thai Street Food and Sushi, 1400 County Road 101, Unit I City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Gallup presented this item. She noted the background check is in process and recommendedopening and continuing the public hearing until the December 12, 2023 City Council meeting. Mayor Wosje opened and continued the public hearing to December 12, 2023. General Business (8.1)Approve contract extension for recycling services including addition of curbside organic collection Engineering Services Manager McKenzie presented this item and reviewed information from the September 25th City Council meeting. He explained the ordinance and state statute, and noted residents would continue to be charged for organics collections regardless of use. He discussed the environmental advantages and provided results of resident surveys. He reviewed Republic’s current and proposed pricing. He also added information on the contract extension, customer service requirements, communication efforts, and a timeline if approved. In response to questions from the City Council, Engineering Services Manger McKenzie provided the following information: 15 Proposed Minutes Page 4 of 4 Regular Meeting of November 28, 2023 State statute requires residents to be charged regardless of public or private hauler Rates could change bi-annually The recycling center would be the only public drop off site Municipal buildings would also have the opportunity to participate in the organics collection The council discussed the customer service and performance aspects of organics collection. Public Works Director Thompson stated the contract could impose financial penalties if performance or customer service requirements were not met. In response to further questions from the City Council, Engineering Services Manager McKenzie provided the following information: Organics collection would be noted as part of the recycling line item on the bill Is confident the plan can be rolled out quickly and successfully with proper and timely communication If approved, private hauler bins would be collected before the city-wide rollout City organic collection would be done on a weekly basis The council discussed a separate line item for billing organics collection. Other ideas discussed were the possibility of allowing private haulers to continue for 2024, staff work through a request for proposal in 2024, and to work towards an implementation date of 2025. Information would also be gathered from other municipalities that are currently providing organics collection. Motion was made by Councilmember Willis, and seconded by Councilmember Gregor, to adopt Resolution approving three-year contract extension with Republic Services for recycling services and adding a four-year term for city-organized curbside collection of source-separated organic material (Res2023-298). With Councilmembers Pointner, Willis, Peterson and Gregor voting in favor, and Mayor Wosje and Councilmember McGregor voting against, the motion carried 4-2. Reports and Staff Recommendations There were no reports or staff recommendations. Adjournment Mayor Wosje adjourned the regular meeting at 8:21 p.m. _________________________________________ Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator 16 Proposed Minutes 1 of 1 Special Meeting of December 5, 2023 Proposed Minutes Special Council Meeting December 5, 2023 Mayor Wosje called a Special Meeting of the Plymouth City Council to order at 5:00 p.m. at Plymouth City Hall, 3400 Plymouth Boulevard, on December 5, 2023. PLYMOUTH COUNCIL PRESENT: Mayor Wosje, Councilmembers Davis, Gregor, McGregor, Pointner, and Peterson. PLYMOUTH COUNCIL ABSENT: Councilmember Willis. PLYMOUTH STAFF PRESENT: City Manager Callister, Public Works Director Thompson, Park and Recreation Director Tomlinson, and City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Gallup. Board and Commission Interviews Council conducted interviews for boards and commissions. It was noted additional interviews will be held at the special meeting on December 12. Adjournment Mayor Wosje recessed the special meeting at 6:59 p.m. to reconvene as a social gathering at Sunshine Factory, 4100 Vinewood Lane North. The social gathering adjourned at 8:45 p.m. Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator 17 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.2 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Tammy Geurkink, Finance Clerk Reviewed by:Andrea Rich, Finance Director Item:Approve disbursements 1.Action Requested: Adopt resolution approving disbursements. 2.Background: Attached are lists of city fund disbursements for the period ending 12/1/23. 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Attachments: Invoice Expense Distribution City Council Resolution 2023-299 18 Invoice Expense Distribution for Period Ended 12/1/23 Council Meeting 12/12/23 FUND 100 General Fund 277,883.26 200 Recreation Fund 37,584.82 210 Parker's Lake Cemetery Maint 0.00 220 Transit System Fund 19,318.81 234 Economic Development Fund 0.00 240 Lawful Gambling 0.00 250 Comm Dev Block Grant Fund 39.00 254 HRA Section 8 Fund 626.50 254 HAP Check Summary 307,062.88 258 HRA General Fund 1,505.02 308 2005A TIF #1-1 0.00 310 2009A TIF #7-5A Refund 1998A 0.00 312 2010A GO Open Space 0.00 314 2012A GO Refunding 2004A 0.00 315 2015A GO Open Space 0.00 316 Plymouth Creek Center Bonds 0.00 400 General Capital Projects Fund 174,209.50 401 Minnesota State Aid Fund 0.00 404 Community Improvement 0.00 405 Park Replacement Fund 4,169.86 406 Street Reconstruction Fund 0.00 407 Project Administration Fund 0.00 408 Park Construction 0.00 409 Capital Improvement Fund 0.00 412 Water Sewer Replace 0.00 413 Improvement Project Construction 900,429.74 417 Project Warranty Repairs 0.00 418 Utility Trunk System Expansion 0.00 420 Water Sewer Construction 0.00 421 ENT-Water Resources Constrctn 0.00 422 TIF 7-4 PTP Construction 0.00 423 TIF 7-5 Rottlund (Const)435.55 424 TIF 7-6 Berkshire 435.55 425 TIF Housing Assistance Program 0.00 426 TIF 7-7 Stonecreek 435.55 427 TIF 1-1 Shops at Plymth Crk 435.55 428 TIF 1-2 Vicksburg Commons 435.55 429 TIF HRA 1-3 Crossroads Station 435.60 432 TIF 7-8 Quest 435.55 433 TIF 7-9 Four Seasons 0.00 434 TIF 7-10 Sands 435.55 435 Plymouth Creek Center Expansion 0.00 436 Doran Bassett Creek 435.55 437 CON - Fire Stations 59,222.27 500 Water Fund 122,645.76 510 Water Resources Fund 14,364.90 520 Sewer Fund 64,587.19 530 Solid Waste Management Fund 235.95 540 Ice Center Fund 15,963.82 550 Field House Fund 629.75 600 Central Equipment Fund 96,448.45 610 Public Facilities Fund 68,062.20 620 Information Technology Fund 54,649.34 630 Risk Management Fund 205.95 640 Employee Benefits Fund 70,080.29 660 Resource Planning 1,915.75 700 Parkers's Lake Cemetery 0.00 800 Investment Trust Fund 0.00 850 Plymouth Town Square 33,575.00 851 Vicksburg Crossing 0.00 Total Invoice Expense Distribution:2,329,336.01 19 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-299 RESOLUTION APPROVING DISBURSEMENTS ENDING DECEMBER 1, 2023 WHEREAS, a list of disbursements for the period ending December 1, 2023 was presented to the City Council for approval. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the payment of the list of disbursements of the following funds is approved. US Bank – Check Register General & Special Revenue $ 334,825.89 Construction & Debt Service $ 1,141,951.37 Enterprise & Internal Service $ 543,364.35 Housing Redevelopment $ 2,131.52 Check Register Total $ 2,022,273.13 US Bank – Housing Assistance Payments Housing & Redevelopment Authority $ 307,062.88 $ 307,062.88 GRAND TOTAL FOR ALL FUNDS $ 2,329,336.01 Additionally, the US Bank Check Register amounts split by type of payment follow: EFT 188,039.20 Check (#161815-162014) 1,834,233.93 Total $2,022,273.13 APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 20 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.3 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Ben Scharenbroich, Water Resources Supervisor Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Approve payment No. 3 and final for the Bass Lake Estates 2nd Addition Stream Restoration Project (WR220001) 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving payment No. 3 and final for the Bass Lake Estates 2nd Addition Stream Restoration Project (WR220001). 2.Background: This project involved stabilizing eroding stream banks and removed accumulated sediments from a pond northeast of the intersection of Northwest Boulevard and Bass Lake Road. This project will result in reduced sediment and nutrients entering Pike Lake. Work on the project has been completed and certified as meeting project specifications by the city engineer. Any warranty items that arise will be completed as necessary throughout the remaining two-year warranty period. 3.Budget Impact: Council previously approved a budget of $395,500, which included contingencies, design, and administration. At project completion, the total project cost was $235,530.32 which includes the improvements ($149,484.15) and engineering and administration ($86,046.17). The project is funded from the Water Resources Fund and will receive reimbursement amounts from the Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission ($58,882.58), the Board of Water and Soil Resources ($150,000), and the City of Maple Grove ($18,253.70). 4.Attachments: Project Location Payment #3 and Final City Council Resolution 2023-300 21 Ramp KirkwoodLnN Jonquil LnN CountyRoad10 R a m p R a m p 60thPlN N orth w e st Blv d N orth w e st Blv d CountyRoad10 61st Ave N Ma gn ol i a Ln N D e e r w o o dCirN 59th A v e N Ives Ln N Kirkwood Cir N R a m p F o r e st vi e w L n NHemlock Ln N Fore stvie w Ln N Goldenrod Ln N De erwood Ln N Jonquil L n N DeerwoodLn N Hemlock Ln N K ir k w o o d L n N 60thAveN 62nd Ave N G o l d e n r o dLnN Pike Lake Pike Lake Pike Lake Bass Lake Estates (Pike Creek)Drainage Improvem ent Project ±0 0.1 0.20.05 Miles Legend Surface Water Resources Wa te r Q ua lity Pon d Wetlan d Wetlan d Mitig ation Lake s Proposed Project AreaProposed Project Area Pa st Drainage Improv ementProject Are a Maple Grove Plymouth 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-300 RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL CLOSEOUT FOR THE BASS LAKE ESTATES 2ND ADDITION STREAM RESTORATION PROJECT (WR220001) WHEREAS, the City of Plymouth as the owner, and Best Outdoor Services / BOS Concrete LLC. as the contractor, have entered into an agreement for the Bass Lake Estates 2nd Addition Stream Restoration Project and said agreement was approved by the City Council on October 25, 2022; and WHEREAS, the City Engineer has certified his acceptance of the work and his approval of the request for final payment. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA: 1. That the original contract amount between the owner and the contractor was $133,640 and the final contract amount is $149,484.15. 2. That the work performed by the contractor for the Bass Lake Estates 2nd Addition Stream Restoration Project and certified to the council by the engineer as acceptable, being the same, is released from the contract except as to the conditions of the performance bond, any and all legal rights of the owner, required guarantees, and correction of faulty work after final payment. 3. The total project cost is $235,530.32 which includes the drainage improvements ($149,484.15) and design and administration ($86,046.17). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: 1. The original funding for the project was from the Water Resources Fund ($395,500). 2. The funding for the project will be from the Water Resources Fund ($235,530.32). 3. The City will be reimbursed by the Shingle Creek Watershed Management Commission ($58,882.58), the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources ($150,000) and the City of Maple Grove ($18,253.70) for this project. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 29 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.4 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Natalie Dorcy, Office Support Representative Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Approve tobacco license renewals for 2024 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving tobacco license renewals for 2024. 2.Background: The city has received confirmation for tobacco license renewals listed in the attached resolution. All tobacco license renewals are contingent upon receiving completed applications and license fees. 3.Budget Impact: License fees are in the 2024 budget. 4.Attachments: City Council Resolution 2023-301 30 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-301 RESOLUTION APPROVING 2024 TOBACCO LICENSES WHEREAS, the city has received applications for 2024 Tobacco License renewals. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA that the following Tobacco Licenses are approved for the period January 1, 2024 through December 31, 2024: Business Name Address Licensee Cub Discount Liquor 4445 Nathan Ln. N.Supervalu Inc. Cub Foods 10200 6th Ave. N Jerry's Enterprises, Inc. Cub Foods #1633 4445 Nathan Ln. N.Plymouth 1998 LLC Cub Foods #1650 3550 Vicksburg Ln. N.Supervalu Inc. Holiday #2746523 4075 Vinewood Ln. N. Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #107 3020 Fernbrook Ln. Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #139 10900 Hwy. 55 Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #140 189 Cheshire Ln. Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #220 10100 Co. Rd. 9 Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #303 9700 Betty Crocker Dr. Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #312 9705 Schmidt Lake Rd. Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #317 2725 Campus Dr. Holiday Stationstores, LLC Holiday Stationstore #473 12650 Co. Rd. 10 Holiday Stationstores, LLC Hy-Vee 16705 County Road 24 Hy-Vee, Inc. Hy-Vee Wine & Spirits 16605 County Road 24 #201 Hy-Vee, Inc. I Mart Stores 4140 Berkshire Ln. N.Kareem Inc. Jad Tobacco 3505 Vicksburg Ln. N. #300 North Star Plus 2 LLC Jim’s Liquor 15705 35th Ave. N.Plymouth Jim’s Liquor, Inc. Kwik Trip #411 1605 Annapolis Ln. N.Kwik Trip, Inc. Merwin Liquors Plymouth 10200 6th Ave. N Merwin Liquors Plymouth, LLC (Renewal based on ownership) MGM Wine & Spirits 3900 Vinewood Ln. #1 Shree Ganesh Inc Paradise Liquor 12 Nathan Ln. N.RAGMA Inc. Pick N Save Fuel Marketplace Express 9605 36th Ave. N.Pick N Save Fuel Marketplace Express Inc Plymouth BP 3855 Plymouth Blvd.KTCO Inc. Plymouth Liquor Barrel 11000 Hwy. 55 JD Christensen Liquors, Inc. Plymouth Station Holiday 16825 Co. Rd. 24 Jerry's Service Inc. Plymouth Tobacco & E. Cig 16605 Co. Rd.24, Suite 203 Plymouth Tobacco & E. Cig Inc. Plymouth Tobacco and Cigar 4130 Berkshire Ln. N.Plymouth Express One Inc. Smokies Tobacco 10100 6th Ave. N, Suite 111 smokies tobacco & vape Inc. Speedway #3351 4325 Peony Ln. N.Northern Tier Retail, LLC Speedway #4153 15805 61st Ave. N.Northern Tier Retail LLC Speedway #4341 5750 Nathan Ln. N.Northern Tier Retail, LLC Top Ten Liquors 4190 Vinewood Ln. N, Unit 124 Yayin Gadol, LLC Vicksburg Liquor 1115 Vicksburg Ln. N., #5 Wood & Associates Inc. Walgreens #01002 3255 Vicksburg Ln. N.Walgreen Co. Walgreens #02767 4005 Vinewood Ln. N.Walgreen Co. 31 Resolution No. 2023-301 Page 2 of 2 Walgreens #12510 6025 Shenandoah Ln. N.Walgreen Co. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that issuance of 2024 Tobacco Licenses is contingent upon licensee compliance with city code, and receipt of completed application materials and license fee by December 31, 2023. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 32 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.5 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Jacob Zea, Graduate Engineer Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Approve 2024 refuse hauler licenses 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving 2024 refuse hauler licenses. 2.Background: Staff has received applications from refuse haulers listed in the attached resolution. 3.Budget Impact: License revenue is reflected in the 2024 Solid Waste budget. 4.Attachments: City Council Resolution 2023-302 33 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-302 RESOLUTION APPROVING 2024 REFUSE HAULER LICENSES WHEREAS, the city has received applications for 2024 refuse hauler licenses; and WHEREAS, all license fees have been paid. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA that refuse hauler licenses are approved for the following for the period January 1 through December 31, 2024: 1. Ace Solid Waste, Inc. 2. Anderson’s Dumpster Box Service, Inc. 3. Aspen Waste Systems of MN Inc. 4. Buckingham Companies 5. Curbside Waste, Inc. 6. Dick’s Sanitation Service, Inc. 7. Le Page and Sons, Inc. 8. Lightning Disposal, Inc. 9. Nitti Sanitation, Inc. 10. Republic Services, Inc. 11. Suburban Waste Services 12. Waste Management of Minnesota, Inc. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 34 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.6 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Natalie Dorcy, Office Support Representative Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Approve target and trap shooting license renewal for 2024 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution renewing target and trap shooting license for the Plymouth Gun Club at 5400 Holly Lane for 2024. 2.Background: The city has received an application from the Plymouth Gun Club, 5400 Holly Lane, for a target and trap shooting license for 2024. 3.Budget Impact: License fee has been received. 4.Attachments: City Council Resolution 2023-303 35 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-303 RESOLUTION APPROVING 2024 TARGET AND TRAP SHOOTING LICENSE FOR PLYMOUTH GUN CLUB WHEREAS, the Plymouth Gun Club has submitted an application for a 2024 Target and Trap Shooting License for the premises at 5400 Holly Lane; and WHEREAS, all license fees have been paid and the club follows all policies and procedures required by the city. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA that a Target and Trap Shooting License for the Plymouth Gun Club, 5400 Holly Lane, for the period January 1 through December 31, 2024 is approved. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 36 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.7 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Ben Scharenbroich, Water Resources Supervisor Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Award contract for the Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project (WR150004) 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution awarding contract for the Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project (WR150004). 2.Background: This proposed project will implement drainage improvements within the Chelsea Woods neighborhood to improve the ability to maintain drainage and improve water quality in Gleason Lake. The project includes maintenance of storm sewer pipes, replacement of damaged outlet structures and pipes, erosion and ditch maintenance, sediment removal, and localized drainage improvements. It is anticipated some tree removals will be necessary, and trails in the area may be temporarily closed during construction. On December 4, 2023, bids were opened for this project. Six bids were received as detailed in the attached bid tabulation. Staff reviewed the information submitted by Blackstone Contractors, LLC, to comply with the responsible bidder criteria and finds the information acceptable. The bid was 26% under the engineers estimate. Staff feels that Blackstone Contractors, LLC is capable of conducting the project in accordance with the approved plans and specifications. 3.Budget Impact: This project is included in the 2023-2032 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) with $575,000 identified for design and construction from the Water Resources Fund in 2022-2023. The total project cost is estimated to come in under budget with a total project cost estimate of $240,385.32. This is reflective of the low bid ($148,979.32) plus design, administration, and contingency ($91,406.00). 4.Attachments: Location Map Bid Tab Recommendation Letter City Council Resolution 2023-304 37 38 BID TABULATION Contract:Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project (#8809127) Owner:City of Plymouth, MN Solicitor:City of Plymouth, MN Bid Opening 12/04/2023 10:00 AM CST Item No Item Code Item Description Unit Quantity Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount 1 1100 MOBILIZATION AND DEMOBILIZATION LS 1 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $13,400.25 $13,400.25 2 1300 APPLICATION OF WATER M GAL 54 $12.00 $648.00 $1.00 $54.00 $100.00 $5,400.00 $100.00 $5,400.00 3 1400 STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION EXIT EA 15 $500.00 $7,500.00 $768.00 $11,520.00 $500.00 $7,500.00 $850.00 $12,750.00 4 1400 STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION EA 14 $300.00 $4,200.00 $192.00 $2,688.00 $200.00 $2,800.00 $150.00 $2,100.00 5 1400 SILT FENCE TYPE HI LF 150 $4.00 $600.00 $5.73 $859.50 $8.00 $1,200.00 $4.25 $637.50 6 1400 SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG TYPE WOOD CHIP LF 1235 $4.00 $4,940.00 $2.15 $2,655.25 $3.20 $3,952.00 $4.25 $5,248.75 7 1600 TRAFFIC CONTROL LS 1 $11,000.00 $11,000.00 $1,575.00 $1,575.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 8 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE D)LS 1 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $568.00 $568.00 $450.00 $450.00 $1,550.00 $1,550.00 9 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE F)LS 1 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $568.00 $568.00 $450.00 $450.00 $1,550.00 $1,550.00 10 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE G)LS 1 $6,000.00 $6,000.00 $1,420.00 $1,420.00 $450.00 $450.00 $1,550.00 $1,550.00 11 2000 REMOVE PIPE APRON EA 1 $300.00 $300.00 $284.00 $284.00 $815.00 $815.00 $700.00 $700.00 12 2000 REMOVE FOOTING EA 2 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $284.00 $568.00 $350.00 $700.00 $1,550.00 $3,100.00 13 2000 SALVAGE BOULDER EA 15 $200.00 $3,000.00 $28.40 $426.00 $20.00 $300.00 $78.00 $1,170.00 14 2000 SALVAGE SIGN EA 4 $250.00 $1,000.00 $35.50 $142.00 $75.00 $300.00 $250.00 $1,000.00 15 2000 REMOVE WEIR EA 4 $2,000.00 $8,000.00 $142.00 $568.00 $715.00 $2,860.00 $1,475.00 $5,900.00 16 2000 SAWING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT (FULL DEPTH)LF 17 $5.00 $85.00 $8.35 $141.95 $10.00 $170.00 $10.00 $170.00 17 2000 REMOVE PIPE CULVERTS LF 14 $30.00 $420.00 $50.71 $709.94 $69.00 $966.00 $110.00 $1,540.00 18 2000 REMOVE BITUMINOUS SURFACING SY 30 $20.00 $600.00 $23.67 $710.10 $13.60 $408.00 $39.00 $1,170.00 19 2010 CLEARING AND GRUBBING LS 1 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $1,420.00 $1,420.00 $3,175.00 $3,175.00 $17,725.00 $17,725.00 20 2010 CLEARING EA 45 $500.00 $22,500.00 $300.00 $13,500.00 $175.00 $7,875.00 $500.00 $22,500.00 21 2010 GRUBBING EA 48 $250.00 $12,000.00 $150.00 $7,200.00 $60.00 $2,880.00 $330.00 $15,840.00 22 2020 COMMON BORROW (CV)CY 75 $30.00 $2,250.00 $48.40 $3,630.00 $85.00 $6,375.00 $155.00 $11,625.00 23 2020 DEWATERING LS 1 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $1,620.00 $1,620.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 24 2020 EXCAVATION SPECIAL CY 70 $100.00 $7,000.00 $55.57 $3,889.90 $132.00 $9,240.00 $116.00 $8,120.00 25 2300 GEOTEXTILE FILTER TYPE V SY 240 $5.00 $1,200.00 $4.00 $960.00 $2.50 $600.00 $7.00 $1,680.00 26 2300 36" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH APRON EA 4 $2,000.00 $8,000.00 $2,407.50 $9,630.00 $2,137.00 $8,548.00 $5,610.00 $22,440.00 27 2300 58" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH APRON EA 3 $3,000.00 $9,000.00 $4,803.33 $14,409.99 $3,771.00 $11,313.00 $9,310.00 $27,930.00 28 2300 36" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH CULV CL IIA LF 16 $180.00 $2,880.00 $503.75 $8,060.00 $353.25 $5,652.00 $460.00 $7,360.00 29 2300 58" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH CULV CL IIA LF 24 $300.00 $7,200.00 $682.08 $16,369.92 $485.00 $11,640.00 $625.00 $15,000.00 30 2300 RANDOM RIPRAP CLASS III CY 54 $100.00 $5,400.00 $97.76 $5,279.04 $164.50 $8,883.00 $177.00 $9,558.00 31 2300 BOULDER PLACEMENT 24'-30"EA 24 $250.00 $6,000.00 $109.83 $2,635.92 $77.00 $1,848.00 $175.00 $4,200.00 32 2300 BOULDER PLACEMENT 6'-12"TN 48 $250.00 $12,000.00 $92.08 $4,419.84 $140.00 $6,720.00 $120.00 $5,760.00 33 2400 AGGREGATE BASE (CV) CLASS 5 CY 9 $50.00 $450.00 $64.89 $584.01 $114.00 $1,026.00 $520.00 $4,680.00 34 2410 3" BITUMIOUS TRAIL SF 450 $4.00 $1,800.00 $16.44 $7,398.00 $18.00 $8,100.00 $16.75 $7,537.50 35 2410 SPLIT RAIL FENCE LF 50 $60.00 $3,000.00 $24.20 $1,210.00 $104.50 $5,225.00 $110.00 $5,500.00 36 2900 COMMON TOPSOIL BORROW CY 5 $60.00 $300.00 $116.80 $584.00 $167.00 $835.00 $265.00 $1,325.00 37 2900 FERTILIZER TYPE 3 PD 7 $2.00 $14.00 $1.43 $10.01 $5.00 $35.00 $5.00 $35.00 38 2900 ROLLED EROSION PREVENTION CATEGORY 76 SY 85 $25.00 $2,125.00 $6.19 $526.15 $25.00 $2,125.00 $75.00 $6,375.00 39 2900 SEEDING AC 0.02 $5,000.00 $100.00 $81,000.00 $1,620.00 $125,000.00 $2,500.00 $35,000.00 $700.00 40 2900 SEED MIX 33-261 PD 1 $50.00 $50.00 $25.00 $25.00 $100.00 $100.00 $200.00 $200.00 41 2900 HYDRAULIC REINFORCED FIBER MATRIX PD 70 $4.00 $280.00 $5.00 $350.00 $10.00 $700.00 $15.00 $1,050.00 42 2900 HYDRAULIC COMPOST MATRIX PD 60 $3.00 $180.00 $5.83 $349.80 $10.00 $600.00 $15.00 $900.00 43 2900 TURF ESTABLISHMENT LS 1 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $2,840.00 $2,840.00 $4,500.00 $4,500.00 $9,350.00 $9,350.00 Total Bid $202,022.00 $148,979.32 $149,716.00 $274,327.00 Blackstone Contractors LLC Vada Contracting, LLC Sunram Construction, Inc. Engineer Estimate Blackstone Contractors LLC Vada Contracting, LLC Sunram Construction, Inc. 39 BID TABULATION Contract:Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project (#8809127) Owner:City of Plymouth, MN Solicitor:City of Plymouth, MN Bid Opening 12/04/2023 10:00 AM CST Item No Item Code Item Description Unit Quantity Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount 1 1100 MOBILIZATION AND DEMOBILIZATION LS 1 $13,400.25 $13,400.25 $30,000.00 $30,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $70,000.00 $70,000.00 2 1300 APPLICATION OF WATER M GAL 54 $100.00 $5,400.00 $40.00 $2,160.00 $200.00 $10,800.00 $1.00 $54.00 3 1400 STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION EXIT EA 15 $850.00 $12,750.00 $500.00 $7,500.00 $1,220.00 $18,300.00 $1.00 $15.00 4 1400 STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION EA 14 $150.00 $2,100.00 $125.00 $1,750.00 $304.00 $4,256.00 $150.00 $2,100.00 5 1400 SILT FENCE TYPE HI LF 150 $4.25 $637.50 $5.00 $750.00 $5.20 $780.00 $10.00 $1,500.00 6 1400 SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG TYPE WOOD CHIP LF 1235 $4.25 $5,248.75 $4.00 $4,940.00 $4.80 $5,928.00 $20.00 $24,700.00 7 1600 TRAFFIC CONTROL LS 1 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $6,390.00 $6,390.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 8 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE D)LS 1 $1,550.00 $1,550.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,770.00 $7,770.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 9 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE F)LS 1 $1,550.00 $1,550.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,770.00 $7,770.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 10 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE G)LS 1 $1,550.00 $1,550.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,770.00 $7,770.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 11 2000 REMOVE PIPE APRON EA 1 $700.00 $700.00 $600.00 $600.00 $1,475.00 $1,475.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 12 2000 REMOVE FOOTING EA 2 $1,550.00 $3,100.00 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $651.00 $1,302.00 $900.00 $1,800.00 13 2000 SALVAGE BOULDER EA 15 $78.00 $1,170.00 $125.00 $1,875.00 $134.00 $2,010.00 $200.00 $3,000.00 14 2000 SALVAGE SIGN EA 4 $250.00 $1,000.00 $75.00 $300.00 $100.00 $400.00 $250.00 $1,000.00 15 2000 REMOVE WEIR EA 4 $1,475.00 $5,900.00 $350.00 $1,400.00 $3,015.00 $12,060.00 $1,250.00 $5,000.00 16 2000 SAWING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT (FULL DEPTH)LF 17 $10.00 $170.00 $5.00 $85.00 $30.50 $518.50 $15.00 $255.00 17 2000 REMOVE PIPE CULVERTS LF 14 $110.00 $1,540.00 $40.00 $560.00 $91.50 $1,281.00 $200.00 $2,800.00 18 2000 REMOVE BITUMINOUS SURFACING SY 30 $39.00 $1,170.00 $15.00 $450.00 $120.00 $3,600.00 $60.00 $1,800.00 19 2010 CLEARING AND GRUBBING LS 1 $17,725.00 $17,725.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $3,470.00 $3,470.00 $85,000.00 $85,000.00 20 2010 CLEARING EA 45 $500.00 $22,500.00 $325.00 $14,625.00 $277.00 $12,465.00 $2,000.00 $90,000.00 21 2010 GRUBBING EA 48 $330.00 $15,840.00 $75.00 $3,600.00 $277.00 $13,296.00 $650.00 $31,200.00 22 2020 COMMON BORROW (CV)CY 75 $155.00 $11,625.00 $50.00 $3,750.00 $109.00 $8,175.00 $150.00 $11,250.00 23 2020 DEWATERING LS 1 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $1,585.00 $1,585.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 24 2020 EXCAVATION SPECIAL CY 70 $116.00 $8,120.00 $160.00 $11,200.00 $117.00 $8,190.00 $350.00 $24,500.00 25 2300 GEOTEXTILE FILTER TYPE V SY 240 $7.00 $1,680.00 $7.00 $1,680.00 $6.10 $1,464.00 $15.00 $3,600.00 26 2300 36" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH APRON EA 4 $5,610.00 $22,440.00 $5,000.00 $20,000.00 $2,855.00 $11,420.00 $5,500.00 $22,000.00 27 2300 58" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH APRON EA 3 $9,310.00 $27,930.00 $7,500.00 $22,500.00 $4,975.00 $14,925.00 $9,575.00 $28,725.00 28 2300 36" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH CULV CL IIA LF 16 $460.00 $7,360.00 $275.00 $4,400.00 $479.00 $7,664.00 $500.00 $8,000.00 29 2300 58" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH CULV CL IIA LF 24 $625.00 $15,000.00 $500.00 $12,000.00 $610.00 $14,640.00 $825.00 $19,800.00 30 2300 RANDOM RIPRAP CLASS III CY 54 $177.00 $9,558.00 $250.00 $13,500.00 $296.00 $15,984.00 $300.00 $16,200.00 31 2300 BOULDER PLACEMENT 24'-30"EA 24 $175.00 $4,200.00 $150.00 $3,600.00 $228.00 $5,472.00 $450.00 $10,800.00 32 2300 BOULDER PLACEMENT 6'-12"TN 48 $120.00 $5,760.00 $150.00 $7,200.00 $223.00 $10,704.00 $260.00 $12,480.00 33 2400 AGGREGATE BASE (CV) CLASS 5 CY 9 $520.00 $4,680.00 $125.00 $1,125.00 $272.00 $2,448.00 $100.00 $900.00 34 2410 3" BITUMIOUS TRAIL SF 450 $16.75 $7,537.50 $16.00 $7,200.00 $15.00 $6,750.00 $20.00 $9,000.00 35 2410 SPLIT RAIL FENCE LF 50 $110.00 $5,500.00 $100.00 $5,000.00 $94.00 $4,700.00 $110.00 $5,500.00 36 2900 COMMON TOPSOIL BORROW CY 5 $265.00 $1,325.00 $30.00 $150.00 $285.00 $1,425.00 $150.00 $750.00 37 2900 FERTILIZER TYPE 3 PD 7 $5.00 $35.00 $11.00 $77.00 $5.50 $38.50 $3.00 $21.00 38 2900 ROLLED EROSION PREVENTION CATEGORY 76 SY 85 $75.00 $6,375.00 $75.00 $6,375.00 $112.00 $9,520.00 $70.00 $5,950.00 39 2900 SEEDING AC 0.02 $35,000.00 $700.00 $11,000.00 $220.00 $15,460.00 $309.20 $20,000.00 $400.00 40 2900 SEED MIX 33-261 PD 1 $200.00 $200.00 $205.00 $205.00 $182.00 $182.00 $350.00 $350.00 41 2900 HYDRAULIC REINFORCED FIBER MATRIX PD 70 $15.00 $1,050.00 $11.00 $770.00 $11.00 $770.00 $28.00 $1,960.00 42 2900 HYDRAULIC COMPOST MATRIX PD 60 $15.00 $900.00 $11.00 $660.00 $27.50 $1,650.00 $28.00 $1,680.00 43 2900 TURF ESTABLISHMENT LS 1 $9,350.00 $9,350.00 $7,500.00 $7,500.00 $20,560.00 $20,560.00 $36,750.00 $36,750.00 Total Bid $274,327.00 $294,207.00 $320,217.20 $599,840.00 Sunram Construction, Inc.Minger Construction Co. Inc.U.S. SiteWork, Inc.New Look Contracting, Inc. Sunram Construction, Inc.Minger Construction Co. Inc.U.S. SiteWork, Inc.New Look Contracting, Inc. 40 BID TABULATION Contract:Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project (#8809127) Owner:City of Plymouth, MN Solicitor:City of Plymouth, MN Bid Opening 12/04/2023 10:00 AM CST Item No Item Code Item Description Unit Quantity Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount Unit Price Amount 1 1100 MOBILIZATION AND DEMOBILIZATION LS 1 $30,000.00 $30,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $70,000.00 $70,000.00 2 1300 APPLICATION OF WATER M GAL 54 $40.00 $2,160.00 $200.00 $10,800.00 $1.00 $54.00 3 1400 STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION EXIT EA 15 $500.00 $7,500.00 $1,220.00 $18,300.00 $1.00 $15.00 4 1400 STORM DRAIN INLET PROTECTION EA 14 $125.00 $1,750.00 $304.00 $4,256.00 $150.00 $2,100.00 5 1400 SILT FENCE TYPE HI LF 150 $5.00 $750.00 $5.20 $780.00 $10.00 $1,500.00 6 1400 SEDIMENT CONTROL LOG TYPE WOOD CHIP LF 1235 $4.00 $4,940.00 $4.80 $5,928.00 $20.00 $24,700.00 7 1600 TRAFFIC CONTROL LS 1 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $6,390.00 $6,390.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 8 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE D)LS 1 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,770.00 $7,770.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 9 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE F)LS 1 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,770.00 $7,770.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 10 2000 REMOVE EXISTING BRIDGE (SITE G)LS 1 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $7,770.00 $7,770.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 11 2000 REMOVE PIPE APRON EA 1 $600.00 $600.00 $1,475.00 $1,475.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 12 2000 REMOVE FOOTING EA 2 $1,000.00 $2,000.00 $651.00 $1,302.00 $900.00 $1,800.00 13 2000 SALVAGE BOULDER EA 15 $125.00 $1,875.00 $134.00 $2,010.00 $200.00 $3,000.00 14 2000 SALVAGE SIGN EA 4 $75.00 $300.00 $100.00 $400.00 $250.00 $1,000.00 15 2000 REMOVE WEIR EA 4 $350.00 $1,400.00 $3,015.00 $12,060.00 $1,250.00 $5,000.00 16 2000 SAWING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT (FULL DEPTH)LF 17 $5.00 $85.00 $30.50 $518.50 $15.00 $255.00 17 2000 REMOVE PIPE CULVERTS LF 14 $40.00 $560.00 $91.50 $1,281.00 $200.00 $2,800.00 18 2000 REMOVE BITUMINOUS SURFACING SY 30 $15.00 $450.00 $120.00 $3,600.00 $60.00 $1,800.00 19 2010 CLEARING AND GRUBBING LS 1 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $3,470.00 $3,470.00 $85,000.00 $85,000.00 20 2010 CLEARING EA 45 $325.00 $14,625.00 $277.00 $12,465.00 $2,000.00 $90,000.00 21 2010 GRUBBING EA 48 $75.00 $3,600.00 $277.00 $13,296.00 $650.00 $31,200.00 22 2020 COMMON BORROW (CV)CY 75 $50.00 $3,750.00 $109.00 $8,175.00 $150.00 $11,250.00 23 2020 DEWATERING LS 1 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $1,585.00 $1,585.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 24 2020 EXCAVATION SPECIAL CY 70 $160.00 $11,200.00 $117.00 $8,190.00 $350.00 $24,500.00 25 2300 GEOTEXTILE FILTER TYPE V SY 240 $7.00 $1,680.00 $6.10 $1,464.00 $15.00 $3,600.00 26 2300 36" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH APRON EA 4 $5,000.00 $20,000.00 $2,855.00 $11,420.00 $5,500.00 $22,000.00 27 2300 58" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH APRON EA 3 $7,500.00 $22,500.00 $4,975.00 $14,925.00 $9,575.00 $28,725.00 28 2300 36" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH CULV CL IIA LF 16 $275.00 $4,400.00 $479.00 $7,664.00 $500.00 $8,000.00 29 2300 58" SPAN RC PIPE-ARCH CULV CL IIA LF 24 $500.00 $12,000.00 $610.00 $14,640.00 $825.00 $19,800.00 30 2300 RANDOM RIPRAP CLASS III CY 54 $250.00 $13,500.00 $296.00 $15,984.00 $300.00 $16,200.00 31 2300 BOULDER PLACEMENT 24'-30"EA 24 $150.00 $3,600.00 $228.00 $5,472.00 $450.00 $10,800.00 32 2300 BOULDER PLACEMENT 6'-12"TN 48 $150.00 $7,200.00 $223.00 $10,704.00 $260.00 $12,480.00 33 2400 AGGREGATE BASE (CV) CLASS 5 CY 9 $125.00 $1,125.00 $272.00 $2,448.00 $100.00 $900.00 34 2410 3" BITUMIOUS TRAIL SF 450 $16.00 $7,200.00 $15.00 $6,750.00 $20.00 $9,000.00 35 2410 SPLIT RAIL FENCE LF 50 $100.00 $5,000.00 $94.00 $4,700.00 $110.00 $5,500.00 36 2900 COMMON TOPSOIL BORROW CY 5 $30.00 $150.00 $285.00 $1,425.00 $150.00 $750.00 37 2900 FERTILIZER TYPE 3 PD 7 $11.00 $77.00 $5.50 $38.50 $3.00 $21.00 38 2900 ROLLED EROSION PREVENTION CATEGORY 76 SY 85 $75.00 $6,375.00 $112.00 $9,520.00 $70.00 $5,950.00 39 2900 SEEDING AC 0.02 $11,000.00 $220.00 $15,460.00 $309.20 $20,000.00 $400.00 40 2900 SEED MIX 33-261 PD 1 $205.00 $205.00 $182.00 $182.00 $350.00 $350.00 41 2900 HYDRAULIC REINFORCED FIBER MATRIX PD 70 $11.00 $770.00 $11.00 $770.00 $28.00 $1,960.00 42 2900 HYDRAULIC COMPOST MATRIX PD 60 $11.00 $660.00 $27.50 $1,650.00 $28.00 $1,680.00 43 2900 TURF ESTABLISHMENT LS 1 $7,500.00 $7,500.00 $20,560.00 $20,560.00 $36,750.00 $36,750.00 Total Bid $294,207.00 $320,217.20 $599,840.00 New Look Contracting, Inc.Minger Construction Co. Inc.U.S. SiteWork, Inc. New Look Contracting, Inc.Minger Construction Co. Inc.U.S. SiteWork, Inc. 41 kimley-horn.com 767 Eustis Street, Suite 100, St. Paul, MN 55114 651 645 4197 December 4, 2023 Mr. Ben Scharenbroich Water Resources Supervisor City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Re: Summary of Bids Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvements – City Project WR1500004 Dear Mr. Sharenbroich: At 10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 4th, bids were received and opened for the above-referenced project. Bids were received from six (6) contractors with the bid amounts as follows: Contractor Total Bid Amount Minger Construction Co. Inc. $294.207.00 Sunram Construction, Inc. $274,327.00 New Look Contracting, Inc. $599,840.00 Blackstone Contractors LLC $148,979.32 U.S. SiteWork, Inc. $320,217.20 Vada Contracting, LLC $149,716.00 All bids were submitted with proper guarantees in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total bid as required by the Project Manual. All bids acknowledged the one (1) addendum that was issued for the project. After tabulation of bids, Blackstone Contractors, LLC is the apparent low bidder with a total bid of $148,979.32. The apparent low bid is 26% below the engineer’s estimate of $202,022.00. Sincerely, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Adam Tjaden, P.E. Project Engineer 42 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-304 RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT FOR THE THE CHELSEA WOODS DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (WR150004) WHEREAS, pursuant to an advertisement for bids for the Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project, bids were received, opened and tabulated according to State law, and the following bids were received complying with the advertisement: WHEREAS, Blackstone Contractors LLC. from Loretto, Minnesota is the lowest responsible bidder complying with the minimum qualifications; and WHEREAS, the City Engineer recommends awarding the project to Blackstone Contractors, LLC. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat: 1) The Mayor and City Manager are authorized and directed to enter into a contract with Blackstone Contractors, LLC. in the name of the City of Plymouth for the Chelsea Woods Drainage Improvement Project according to the plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Engineer in the amount $148,979.32. 2) The total cost of the project is $240,385.32 and includes the improvements in the amount of $148,979.32 and design, administration, and contingency in the amount of $91,406. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the project would be funded in the amount of $240,385.32 from the Water Resources Fund. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. Contractor Total Bid Blackstone Contractors,LLC $148,979.32 Vada Contracting, LLC $149,716.00 Sunram Construction, Inc.$274,327.00 Minger Construction Co. Inc.$294.207.00 U.S. SiteWork, Inc.$320,217.20 New Look Contracting, Inc.$599,840.00 Engineer’s Estimate $202,022.00 43 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.8 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Natalie Dorcy, Office Support Representative Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Approve 2024 social services and community funding 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving 2024 social services and community funding. 2.Background: Council has historically provided annual funding to partner social service agencies. These expenditures were discussed during the 2024 budget process and are included in the 2024 budget. The total amount of social services related funding is $109,702. The amount is largely unchanged (minor fluctuations) since 2007 and identical to 2023. Additionally, approval includes $15,000 in funding for the Plymouth Rockers and Plymouth Arts Council bringing the total funding to $124,702. Funding to the Plymouth Civic League for Music in Plymouth has been removed from this spreadsheet as it will now be funded in accordance with the updated lawful gambling policy at 40% of annual lawful gambling proceeds from the prior year, not to exceed $50,000 per year. 3.Budget Impact: A total amount of $124,702 will be disbursed. This amount is included in the 2024 budget. 4.Attachments: 2024 funding City Council Resolution 2023-305 44 City Community Organization Funding Organization Funding For 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Community Mediation Services Inc.Mediation Services 4,100 3,690 3,690 3,690 3,690 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners Food Shelf 20,613 18,552 18,552 18,552 18,552 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 19,052 Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners/CONECT Collaborative Serving Multi- Family Apts 10,100 9,090 9,090 9,090 9,090 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 9,590 Missions Inc./Home Free Domestic Abuse 33,000 39,700 39,700 39,700 39,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 31,700 Prism Food Shelf 14,000 12,600 12,600 12,600 12,600 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 14,840 Senior Comm. Services (HOME Program) House Maintenance for Seniors 6,300 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 5,670 Senior Comm. Services (Senior Outreach Program) Case Management & Outreach for Seniors 14,500 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 13,050 Move Forward (formerly Teens Alone, Inc.) Counseling for Teens in Crisis 2,000 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 Reach Therapeutic Recreation 0 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 Plymouth Rockers 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,750 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 Plymouth Arts Council 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 Total 114,613 124,152 124,152 124,152 124,152 119,702 123,452 124,702 124,702 124,702 124,702 124,702 124,702 124,702 124,702 124,702 45 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-305 RESOLUTION APPROVING 2024 SOCIAL SERVICES AND COMMUNITY FUNDING WHEREAS, as part of preparing the 2024 budget, the City Council discussed funding to social service agencies and community organizations that provide services to Plymouth residents; and WHEREAS, the total amount of social services funding for 2024 is $109,702 which is identical to the 2023 funding; and WHEREAS, this also includes $15,000 in funding to community organizations including Plymouth Rockers and Plymouth Arts Council; and WHEREAS, this funding is included in the 2024 budget which is scheduled for adoption on December 12, 2023. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA that the 2024 social services and community funding in the amount of $124,702 as contained in the 2024 budget is approved. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 46 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.9 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Grant Fernelius, Community and Economic Development Director Reviewed by:Andrea Rich, Finance Director Item:Approve decertification of Tax Increment Financing District 7-6 1.Action Requested: Adopt the resolution approving the decertification of Tax Increment Financing District 7-6. 2.Background: TIF District 7-6 was established by the city in 2000 to facilitate the redevelopment of a 240,000 square foot office/warehouse/production facility. In 2001, the city issued the developer a pay-as-you-go TIF note (PAYGO) for $900,000, which was paid off in 2019. Subsequent actions by the city in 2010 allowed for pooling of increment to assist with affordable housing needs. The city used pooled increment to assist with capital improvements at Plymouth Town Square in 2008 and for a grant to Cranberry Ridge in 2021. The city has now reached the point where all project obligations have been satisfied and the 35% threshold for pooling has been maximized. As a result, the district must now be de-certified and all excess increment returned. The attached memo from Ehlers provides additional background information. It is important to note that the district does have a fund balance of $893,000 (including accrued interest) that would still be available for a future affordable housing project. There is no time for expenditure of those funds. 3.Budget Impact: There are no budget impacts in respect to decertifying Tax Increment Financing District 7-6. 4.Attachments: Memo Regarding Decertification TIF 7-6 City Council Resolution 2023-306 47 MEMORANDUM TO: Grant Fernelius – Community and Economic Development Director FROM: Stacie Kvilvang - Ehlers DATE: November 20, 2023 SUBJECT: Decertification of TIF District 7-6 In 2000, the City established the above referenced district to facilitate the renovation of a 240,000 sq. ft. office/warehouse/production facility. In 2001 the City issued the developer a $900,000 pay-as-you-go TIF Note (PAYGO), which was paid in full in 2017. In 2001, the District was modified to allow deficit pooling to TIF District 7-5A (which was never drawn upon). In addition, on January 26, 2010, the TIF District was modified to allow for 10% additional pooling for affordable housing. In 2008, the City utilized $80,000 for Plymouth Town Square for capital improvements and in 2021 provided $156,000 grant to Cranberry Ridge for City fees. Minnesota Statutes 469.1763, subd. 4 requires that once the obligation(s) of a district that have been issued in the first five (5) years after certification are satisfied (paid in full) the City is required to decertify the District. The only ability to keep the District open longer is based upon Minnesota Statutes 469.1763 subd 2 (d) in which the City makes the election to increase by up to 10% the permitted amount of expenditures outside of the District for affordable housing (use up to 35% for pooling for affordable housing). If the City had not made this election back in 2010, the District would have been required to be decertified in at the end of 2017, if no deficit pooling was required past that date, and any TIF received after that would have been required to be sent back to the County for redistribution. The Office of the State Auditor has taken the position that a City can keep a district open after obligations are paid off and keep 100% of the TIF generated up until they collect the respective 35%. The 35% is calculated on in-district expenditures of the District, not collections. In-district expenditures include any project costs, bonds, internal loans, PAYGO notes, county admin costs AND City admin IF no legal pooling for traditional redevelopment is completed (admin is typically an out of district expenditure). Based upon this, the City had $1,927,037 in in-district expenditures. We divide this amount by 65% (in-district percentage) then take that number times 35% to determine the dollar amount available for affordable housing. Based upon these calculations, the City has a maximum of $1,037,635 available for affordable housing. From this number we net out any dollars already expended on affordable housing ($236,000 noted above) to get the net TIF available, which is $801,635. To this we can add the interest income available of $91,503 so total available for affordable housing is approximately $893,139 (subject to revision based upon final district settlement in December). The City is required to keep these dollars in the TIF fund until such time there is a qualified expenditure for affordable housing (no legal authority to move to any other fund) and there is no timeframe in which these dollars need to be expended. As a reminder, the funds can be spent anywhere in the City and qualified housing activities include funding for acquisition, rehabilitation and construction of tax credit eligible rental projects (20% affordable at 50% AMI or 40% affordable at 60% AMI) and on for-sale housing projects where owners meet the income requirements (100% of AMI for family of 2 or less and 115% for family of 3 or more). 48 The TIF fund balance at the end of 2023 does exceed the amount the City is authorized to retain so anything above the $893,139 (approximately $1.252 million) has to be returned to the county for redistribution to the various taxing entities. Please contact me at 651-697-8506 with any questions. 49 + – h i -93.453 45.005 Degrees 100ft100ft100ft100ft100ft PlyMap for the City of Plymouth f n 2300 Berkshire Lane North j c Show search results for 230…   Parcel Address: 2300 Berkshire Lane North PID 2711822210012 Property Address 2300 Berkshire Lane North Acres 18.65 Sq Ft 812,610.90 Owner BERKSHIRE PROMENADE LLC ETAL Owner Address 6915 S MACADAM AVE #325 Owner Address2 PORTLAND, OR 97219 Subdivision Unplatted Section 27 Lot-Block 000-000-0 -026 Zoning I-2 Guiding IND Zoom to 50 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-306 RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DECERTIFICATION OF TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT NO. 7-6 WHEREAS, on October 10, 2000, the City of Plymouth (the “City”) created its Tax Increment Financing District No. 7-6 (the “District”) within its Redevelopment Project Area No. 7 (the “Project”); and WHEREAS, as of the date hereof all bonds and obligations to which tax increment from the District have been pledged have been paid in full or defeased and all other costs of the Project have been paid; and WHEREAS, the City desires by this resolution to cause the decertification of the District after which all property taxes generated by property within the District will be distributed in the same manner as all other property taxes. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the City staff shall take such action as is necessary to cause the County Auditor of Hennepin County to decertify the District as a tax increment district and to no longer remit tax increment from the District to the City. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS. The undersigned, being the duly qualified and appointed City Clerk of the City of Plymouth, Minnesota, certifies that I compared the foregoing resolution adopted at a meeting of the Plymouth City Council on December 12, 2023 with the original thereof on file in my office, and the same is a correct transcription thereof. WITNESS my hand officially as such City Clerk and the Corporate seal of the city this ___________day of __________________, __________. ____________________________________ City Clerk 51 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.10 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Ben Scharenbroich, Water Resources Supervisor Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Approve payment No. 5 and final for the Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project (WR180009) 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving payment No. 5 and final for the Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project (WR180009) 2.Background: This project involved installing new storm sewer infrastructure to relieve higher flows from the wetland located to the north of 26th Avenue which has had rear yard flooding in previous years. Storm water conveyed by the current culvert crossing underneath 26th Avenue North will continue to flow through the channel south of 26th Avenue North. This project will result in flood protection to adjacent homes as well as reduced sediment and nutrients entering Snyder Lake. Work on the project has been completed and certified as meeting project specifications by the city engineer. Any warranty items that arise will be completed as necessary throughout the remaining two-year warranty period. 3.Budget Impact: Council previously approved a budget of $410,000, which included contingencies, design and administration. At project completion, the total project cost was $412,809.13 which includes the improvements ($348,758.13) and engineering and administration ($64,051). The project is funded from the Water Resources Fund ($412,809.13). 4.Attachments: Project Location Pay Application No. 5 and Final City Council Resolution 2023-307 52 28th 27th Vagabond 26th Ranier 27th 29th Q u e e n s l a n d Troy S h a d y v i e w 30th U r b a n d a l e Queensland 5 Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project Location 0 250 500125Feet Legend #0 Storm Sewer Inlet #0 Storm Sewer Outlet "/Catch Basin !.Catch Basin MH !@ Skimmer Storm Sewer Pipe Lakes Water Quality Pond Wetland Wetland Mitigation Drainage Way MaintenanceProject Location Meadow WoodDrainage Improvements Maintain existingchannel flow percurrent conditions South Channel Improvements(Drainage WayMaintenance Alternate) 53 Partial Payment Estimate Payment #5 - Final For Work accomplished through the date of: Payment date of: Owner City of Plymouth, MN Contractor:Pember Companies Contract for:Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project Location City of Plymouth, MN PO No. 2021-00000027 City Project No. WR180009 O:\Projects\Current Projects\2010-2019\WR180009 - Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement\Payment\Contractor\Payment Number 5 & Final\[Meadow Wood Quantities AFP 5 & Final.xlsx]AFP Summary 1 $300,484.00 2 $48,274.13 3 $348,758.13 4 $293,651.70 5 Change Orders - Amount Completed $45,573.14 6 Extra Work Orders - Amount Completed $0.00 7 Supplemental Agreements - Amount Completed $0.00 8 Materials on Hand (MOH), Not Incorporated into Work $0.00 9 Gross Amount Due $339,224.84 10 Minus 0.00%Retainage $0.00 11 $339,224.84 12 -$332,629.85 13 Payment No 1 $94,015.14 Payment No 5 14 Payment No 2 $2,637.58 Payment No 6 15 Payment No 3 $203,669.92 Payment No 7 16 Payment No 4 $32,307.21 Payment No 8 17 $6,595.00 Accompanying Documentation: Payment numbered 5 - Final through 5 - Final inclusive; The undersigned CONTRACTOR certifies that (1) all previous progress payments received from OWNER on account of Work done under the Contract referred to above have been applied on account to discharge. CONTRACTOR's legitimate obligations incurred in connection with Work covered by prior Applications for Payment. (2) title of all Work, materials and equipment incorporated in said Work otherwise listed or covered by this Application for Payment will pass to OWNER at time of payment free and clear of all Liens, security interests and encumbrances (except such as are covered by a Bond acceptable to OWNER indemnifying OWNER against any such Lien, security interest or encumbrances); and (3) all Work covered by this Application for Payment is in accordance with the Contracts Documents and not defective. Dated:Pember Companies CONTRACTOR Signature: Payment of $6,595.00 DUE THIS APPLICATION is approved. Dated:City of Plymouth, MN OWNER Signature: Christopher LaBounty, PE Current Contract Amount (1 plus 2) Total Unit Price Work Completed to Date: Total completed and stored to date less retainage Original Contract Amount Net change by Written Amendments to Contract Amount (+ or -) Less previous Application for Payments: DUE THIS APPLICATION CONTRACTOR'S Certification: 54 Payment No. 5 - Final Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project For Period Ending PO No. 2021-00000027 Payment date of:City Project No. WR180009 Contract Amount:$348,758.13 LINE NO ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT ESTIMATED PROJECT QUANTITIES UNIT COST QUANTITY AMOUNT QUANTITY AMOUNT 1 Mobilization LS 1 $24,550.00 1 $24,550.00 2 Traffic Control LS 1.00 $10,000.00 1 $10,000.00 3 Clearing and Grubbing LS 1.00 $22,000.00 1 $22,000.00 4 Rock Exit to Construction Site Ton 50 $35.00 5 Inlet Protection Each 10 $115.00 10 $1,150.00 6 Silt Fence, Machine Sliced Ln Ft 2,000 $2.40 7 Culvert Protection Each 4 $110.00 4 $440.00 4 $440.00 8 Remove Driveway and Adjacent Timber Wall LS 1 $350.00 1 $350.00 9 Remove Bituminous Pavement, Incl. Bituminous Curb Sq Yd 1,200 $6.00 1,274 $7,644.00 10 Salvage and Install Mailbox Structure Each 2 $125.00 1 $125.00 11 Salvage and Replace Casting Each 2 $1,025.00 2 $2,050.00 12 Temporary Mailbox Structure LS 1 $400.00 13 Salvage and Install Retaining Wall Sq Ft 120 $25.50 120 $3,060.00 14 Salvage and reinstall casting Each 2 $390.00 2 $780.00 15 Remove Drainage Structure Each 5 $500.00 5 $2,500.00 16 Remove Storm Pipe Ln Ft 205 $16.00 205 $3,280.00 17 Channel Excavation Ln Ft 930 $8.25 866 $7,144.50 18 Pond Excavation (Sediment Basin)Cu Yd 10 $48.00 10 $480.00 19 Common Excavation Cu Yd 700 $33.00 700 $23,100.00 20 Aggregate Base, Class 5 (for Driveway)Cu Yd 15 $60.00 18 $1,080.00 21 4" PE Street Draintile with Sock Ln Ft 75 $17.50 450 $7,875.00 22 4' Dia. Storm Sewer CBMH Ln Ft 7 $425.00 6 $2,550.00 23 5' Dia. Storm Sewer CBMH Ln Ft 6 $715.00 5 $3,575.00 24 6' Dia. Storm Sewer CBMH Ln Ft 11 $950.00 9 $8,550.00 25 7' Dia. Storm Sewer CBMH Ln Ft 12 $1,155.00 11 $12,705.00 26 6" Perforated PVC Draintile Ln Ft 300 $22.00 27 24" RCP Storm Sewer. Class 3 - Restricted Trench Ln Ft 440 $82.00 436 $35,752.00 28 30" RCP Storm Sewer. Class 3 Ln Ft 70 $107.00 72 $7,704.00 29 48" RCP Storm Sewer. Class 3 Ln Ft 80 $215.00 61 $13,115.00 30 30" HDPE Storm Sewer Ln Ft 40 $101.00 42 $4,242.00 31 48" HDPE Storm Sewer Ln Ft 45 $163.00 40 $6,520.00 32 24" RCP Flared End Section Each 1 $1,685.00 1 $1,685.00 33 48" RCP Flared End Section Each 3 $4,000.00 3 $12,000.00 34 Flared End Section for 48" HDPE Each 1 $3,300.00 1 $3,300.00 35 Riprap, Class 2 - for Ditch Checks Ton 45 $96.50 28.00 $2,702.00 This Payment Work to Date O:\Projects\Current Projects\2010-2019\WR180009 - Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement\Payment\Contractor\Payment Number 5 & Final\Meadow Wood Quantities AFP 5 & Final2 10/31/2022 55 Payment No. 5 - Final Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project For Period Ending PO No. 2021-00000027 Payment date of:City Project No. WR180009 Contract Amount:$348,758.13 LINE NO ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT ESTIMATED PROJECT QUANTITIES UNIT COST QUANTITY AMOUNT QUANTITY AMOUNT This Payment Work to Date 36 Riprap, Class 3 Ton 25 $92.00 61 $5,612.00 37 Riprap, Class 4 Ton 90 $87.50 48 $4,200.00 38 Geotextile Fabric Sq Yd 1,200 $1.55 1,274 $1,974.70 39 Select Granular Borrow Cu Yd 400 $30.00 320 $9,600.00 40 Aggregate Base, Class 5 Cu Yd 280 $35.00 316 $11,060.00 41 MNDOT Seed Mix 25-151 Sq Yd 800 $7.00 1,371 $9,597.00 42 MNDOT Seed Mix 34-261 Sq Yd 1,500 $3.25 3,156 $10,257.00 43 MNDOT Seed Mix 36-211 Sq Yd 1,500 $3.25 114 $370.50 610 $1,982.50 44 Wood Fiber Blanket Sq Yd 1,400 $1.60 1,371 $2,193.60 4,600 $7,360.00 CHANGE ORDER ESTIMATED CO AMOUNT CO 1 Biologs $7,700.00 $6,198.50 CO 2 Proposed stormwater design change $14,574.09 $14,434.34 CO 3 Water service replacement $11,076.04 $12,141.44 CO 4 San Service Repair $7,529.31 $7,529.31 CO 5 Retaining Wall $5,269.55 $5,269.55 CO 6 Watering and Straw ECB $2,125.14 $2,125.14 Totals 48,274.13 45,573.14 TOTAL EXTRA WORK:$45,573.14 TOTAL WORK TO DATE $3,004.10 $293,651.70 TOTAL EXTRA WORK TO DATE $45,573.14 TOTAL MOH TO DATE: TOTAL TO DATE:$3,004.10 $339,224.84 RETAINAGE: TOTAL PAYMENT TO DATE:$3,004.10 $339,224.84 O:\Projects\Current Projects\2010-2019\WR180009 - Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement\Payment\Contractor\Payment Number 5 & Final\Meadow Wood Quantities AFP 5 & Final3 10/31/2022 56 57 58 59 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-307 RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL CLOSEOUT FOR THE MEADOW WOOD DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (WR180009) WHEREAS, the City of Plymouth as the owner, and Pember Companies as the contractor, have entered into an agreement for theMeadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project and said agreement was approved by the City Council on September 22, 2020; and WHEREAS, the City Engineer has certified his acceptance of the work and his approval of the request for final payment. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA: 1. That the original contract amount between the owner and the contractor was $300,484 and the final contract amount is $348,274.13. 2. That the work performed by the contractor for the Meadow Wood Drainage Improvement Project and certified to the Council by the engineer as acceptable, being the same, is released from the contract except as to the conditions of the performance bond, any and all legal rights of the owner, required guarantees, and correction of faulty work after final payment. 3. The total project cost is $412,809.13 which includes the drainage improvements ($348,758.13) and design and administration ($64,051). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: 1. The original funding for the project was from the Water Resources Fund ($410,000). 2. The funding for the project will be from the Water Resources Fund ($412,809.13). APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 60 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.11 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Sonya Rippe, Project Coordinator Reviewed by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Director of Parks and Recreation Item:Approve final closeout for the Zachary Playfield Pickleball Courts Construction (PR229005) and Bass Lake Playfield Courts & Parking Lot Reconstruction Projects (PRN23001) 1.Action Requested: Adopt the attached resolution approving the final closeout for the Zachary Playfield Pickleball Courts (PR229005) and Bass Lake Playfield Courts and Parking Lot Reconstruction (PRN23001). Approval requires 4/7 vote of Council. 2.Background: The project involved constructing six dedicated pickleball courts at Zachary Playfield and reconstructing four tennis courts and basketball court along with a parking lot mill and overlay at Bass Lake Playfield. Work on the project has been completed and certified as meeting project specifications by the landscape architect and project coordinator. Any warranty items that arise will be completed as necessary throughout the two-year warranty period. 3.Budget Impact: Council previously approved a budget of $569,288.01 for this project. At project completion, the total project cost was $551,971.14. The project is funded from the Park Dedication Fund ($292,028.34) and Park Replacement Fund ($259,942.80). 4.Attachments: Map and Design Final Pay Voucher City Council Resolution 2023-308 61 SCALE: PLAN BY: DESIGN BY: CHECK BY: HW JFHW SHEET WSB PROJECT NO. I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N , OR R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y DI R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y LI C E N S E D L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T U N D E R T H E LA W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . LI C . N O : DA T E : RE V I S I O N S NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N CLIENT PROJECT NO. ZA C H A R Y P A R K & B A S S L A K E P A R K C O U R T IM P R O V E M E N T P R O J E C T S CI T Y O F P L Y M O U T H 019231-000 PR229005/NCIP2301 La n d s c a p e A r c h i t e c t N a m e 01 - 0 5 - 2 0 2 3 42 9 7 6 L1.1 TITLE City Improvement Project No................... WSB Project No. .................................. Issue Date................................................ PR229005 (ZACHARY PARK) & PRN2301 (BASS LAKE PARK) 019231-000 01/24/2023 SCALE: 1 L1.1 PROJECT LOCATION MAP NOT TO SCALE ZACHARY PARK & BASS LAKE PARK COURT IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS N Plymouth, Minnesota ZACHARY PARK 4355 ZACHARY LANE, PLYMOUTH, MN 55442 BASS LAKE PARK 5450 NORTHWEST BLVD, PLYMOUTH, MN 55442 Sheet List Table SHEET NUMBER SHEET TITLE L1.1 TITLE L2.1 ZACHARY PARK REMOVALS PLAN L2.2 BASS LAKE PARK REMOVALS PLAN L3.1 ZACHARY PARK LAYOUT PLAN L3.2 ZACHARY PARK LIGHTING LAYOUT PLAN L3.3 ZACHARY PARK IRRIGATION PLAN L3.4 BASS LAKE PARK LAYOUT PLAN L4.1 ZACHARY PARK GRADING AND RESTORATION PLAN L4.2 BASS LAKE PARK GRADING AND RESTORATION PLAN L6.1 DETAILS L6.2 DETAILS L6.3 DETAILS L6.4 DETAILS PROJECT LOCATION PROJECT LOCATION ZA C H A R Y L A N E ROCKFORD ROAD NO R T H W E S T B L V D PI N E V I E W L A N E 62 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 15" 5" 20 1 0 4 984 . 7 1 sp o t 201 0 7 985 . 1 3 spo t 20 1 6 5 984 . 2 7 spo t 8" 5" 20 1 7 8 99 0 . 7 5 spo t 20 1 7 9 991 . 1 0 spo t 20 1 8 0 99 0 . 6 1 sp o t 20 1 8 1 990 . 2 1 sp o t 20 1 8 2 98 9 . 7 9 sp o t 20 2 1 3 98 9 . 4 6 sp o t 20 2 1 4 989 . 8 4 spo t 20 2 1 5 990 . 2 9 sp o t 20 2 1 8 99 0 . 5 6 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e B 20 2 1 9 99 1 . 1 2 top o f c u r b B 20 2 2 1 990 . 9 2 top o f c u r b P C 20 2 2 2 990 . 4 3 gutt e r f l o w l i n e P C 20 2 2 5 99 0 . 4 7 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 2 2 6 99 0 . 9 3 top o f c u r b 20 2 2 7 991 . 0 0 top o f c u r b 202 2 8 99 0 . 4 7 gutt e r f l o w l i n e 20 2 3 2 99 1 . 2 7 top o f c u r b P C 20 2 3 3 990 . 7 4 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 20 2 3 6 990 . 7 6 gutt e r f l o w l i n e 20 2 3 7 991 . 2 1 top o f c u r b 20 2 3 8 991 . 1 4 top o f c u r b C L S 20 2 3 9 99 0 . 6 4 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e C L S 20 2 4 1 99 0 . 4 1 spo t 20 2 4 2 99 0 . 2 6 spo t 202 4 3 98 9 . 9 3 spo t 20 2 4 4 98 9 . 6 1 spo t 20 2 4 5 98 9 . 0 6 spo t 20 2 7 6 988 . 8 9 sp o t 20 2 7 7 98 9 . 2 8 spo t 20 2 7 8 98 9 . 5 8 spo t 5"20 2 8 4 989 . 8 7 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e B 20 2 8 5 990 . 4 4 top o f c u r b B 20 2 8 6 99 0 . 5 2 top o f c u r b P C 20 2 8 7 98 9 . 9 9 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 20 2 9 0 99 0 . 2 5 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 202 9 1 99 0 . 6 8 top o f c u r b 20 2 9 2 99 0 . 6 5 top o f c u r b 20 2 9 3 99 0 . 1 4 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 2 9 6 989 . 7 9 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 20 2 9 7 990 . 2 7 top o f c u r b P C 20 2 9 8 990 . 2 1 top o f c u r b 20 2 9 9 98 9 . 7 5 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 3 0 2 989 . 7 1 gutt e r f l o w l i n e C L S 20 3 0 3 99 0 . 2 3 top o f c u r b C L S 20 3 0 4 99 0 . 1 0 spo t 20 3 0 5 989 . 8 2 sp o t 20 3 0 6 98 9 . 5 1 sp o t 20 3 0 7 989 . 1 5 sp o t 20 3 0 8 98 8 . 7 9 spo t 20 3 0 9 98 8 . 5 0 spo t 20 3 4 8 98 8 . 1 0 spo t 20 3 4 9 98 7 . 8 8 spo t 20 3 5 0 98 8 . 1 4 sp o t 20 3 5 1 988 . 2 9 sp o t 20 3 5 2 988 . 7 3 sp o t 20 3 5 4 98 8 . 4 9 spo t 20 3 5 5 98 8 . 7 1 spo t 20 3 5 6 989 . 0 5 sp o t 20 3 5 7 989 . 4 1 sp o t 5"20 3 6 2 98 9 . 6 6 top o f c u r b B 20 3 6 3 989 . 0 9 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e B 20 3 6 6 989 . 1 8 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 203 6 7 98 9 . 7 0 top o f c u r b P C 20 3 6 8 989 . 8 4 top o f c u r b 20 3 6 9 98 9 . 3 2 gutt e r f l o w l i n e 20 3 7 2 98 9 . 3 1 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 3 7 3 98 9 . 8 1 top o f c u r b 20 3 7 4 98 9 . 6 2 top o f c u r b P C 20 3 7 5 989 . 0 8 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 20 3 7 8 98 9 . 0 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 3 7 9 98 9 . 4 5 top o f c u r b 20 3 8 0 98 9 . 3 2 top o f c u r b C L S 20 3 8 1 98 8 . 9 7 gutt e r f l o w l i n e C L S 9" 20 6 2 0 987 . 5 1 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 6 2 1 98 8 . 0 2 top o f c u r b 20 6 2 2 98 8 . 2 8 top o f c u r b 20 6 2 3 98 7 . 7 6 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 6 2 6 988 . 1 7 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 6 2 7 98 8 . 7 3 top o f c u r b 20 6 2 8 98 8 . 9 9 top o f c u r b 20 6 2 9 98 8 . 4 8 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 206 3 2 98 8 . 7 3 gutt e r f l o w l i n e 20 6 3 3 989 . 2 0 top o f c u r b 206 3 4 98 9 . 3 0 top o f c u r b P C 20 6 3 5 98 8 . 7 9 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 20 6 3 8 98 8 . 9 0 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 6 3 9 98 9 . 3 6 top o f c u r b 206 4 0 98 9 . 4 0 top o f c u r b 20 6 4 1 98 8 . 9 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 6 4 3 988 . 7 5 spo t 7" 8" 7" 12"7" 7 7" 6" 10" 14" 8" 6"12" 8" 14"8" 8"10" 7" 8"10" 6" 8" 16" 6" 7" 7" 7 10" 6"6" 12" 14" 16" 6" 6 6 10" 10" 6" 5" 5" 20 7 7 1 98 9 . 2 1 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 7 7 3 98 9 . 7 1 top o f c u r b 10" 20 7 8 8 985 . 3 5 sp o t 10" 20 7 9 0 98 9 . 7 0 top o f c u r b 20 7 9 1 989 . 2 7 top o f c u r b 20 7 9 2 98 9 . 2 0 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 7 9 5 98 9 . 4 4 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 7 9 6 98 9 . 5 6 top o f c u r b 20 7 9 7 989 . 9 6 top o f c u r b 20 7 9 8 98 9 . 4 5 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 8 0 1 989 . 9 1 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 20 8 0 2 99 0 . 4 6 top o f c u r b 8" 8" 20 8 1 8 99 0 . 3 5 edg e o f s t e p B 20 8 4 9 987 . 2 3 edg e o f s t e p 208 5 0 987 . 2 0 ed g e o f s t e p B 20 9 5 2 98 3 . 4 7 spo t 20 9 5 3 98 3 . 5 1 spo t 12" 8" 5" 5" 21 0 3 5 99 0 . 3 3 ed g e o f s t e p 10" 6" 21 2 2 6 99 0 . 6 6 top o f c u r b 21 2 2 7 990 . 0 8 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 3 0 99 0 . 4 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 3 2 99 1 . 0 0 top o f c u r b 21 2 4 4 99 1 . 0 0 top o f c u r b 21 2 4 5 990 . 4 4 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 4 8 990 . 7 6 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 4 9 99 1 . 3 3 top o f c u r b 21 2 5 4 99 1 . 7 8 top o f c u r b 21 2 5 5 99 1 . 2 0 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 5 8 99 1 . 4 8 gutt e r f l o w l i n e 212 5 9 99 2 . 0 2 top o f c u r b 21 2 6 2 99 1 . 8 3 top o f c u r b P C 21 2 6 3 991 . 3 0 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e P C 21 2 6 6 99 1 . 2 7 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 6 7 99 1 . 7 6 top o f c u r b 21 2 6 8 99 1 . 7 6 top o f c u r b 21 2 6 9 99 1 . 2 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 212 7 1 991 . 3 2 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 7 3 991 . 8 0 top o f c u r b 21 2 7 4 99 1 . 6 6 top o f c u r b 21 2 7 5 99 1 . 1 0 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 7 9 990 . 7 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 8 0 99 1 . 3 0 top o f c u r b 21 2 8 1 99 0 . 8 8 top o f c u r b 21 2 8 2 990 . 3 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 8 7 99 0 . 6 8 top o f c u r b 21 2 8 8 99 0 . 6 8 top o f c u r b 21 2 9 1 99 0 . 1 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 21 2 9 2 99 0 . 1 3 gu t t e r f l o w l i n e 8" 10"6" 6" 6" 8" 8" 11" 21 3 3 0 98 9 . 8 6 spo t 8" 5" 6"6" 21 3 3 5 98 8 . 7 4 spo t E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E 8' PERIMETER FENCE, SEE DETAIL 3 L6.1 4' FENCE, SEE DETAIL 1 L6.2 COURT LIGHT, SEE LIGHTING LAYOUT PLAN L3.2 COURT LIGHT, SEE LIGHTING LAYOUT PLAN L3.2 TRAIL TO CONNECT TO EXISTING TRAIL PICKLEBALL COURT STRIPING, SEE DETAIL 3 L6.3 TRAIL TO CONNECT TO EXISTING TRAIL BLEACHERS, BY OTHERS 4' SINGLE GATE, SEE DETAIL 4 L6.2 10' DOUBLE GATE, SEE DETAIL 3 L6.2 4' SINGLE GATE, SEE DETAIL 4 L6.2 BENCH (TYP), BY OTHERS PICKLEBALL NET POST (TYP), SEE DETAIL 1 L6.3 R5 REPLACE BITUMINOUS TRAIL 75'10' 194' 23'-1" 30'-5" 7' 5' 46'-3" 8' 71'-6" 8' 53'-3" 8' 7' R5 SCALE: PLAN BY: DESIGN BY: CHECK BY: HW JFHW SHEET WSB PROJECT NO. I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N , OR R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y DI R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y LI C E N S E D L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T U N D E R T H E LA W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . LI C . N O : DA T E : RE V I S I O N S NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N CLIENT PROJECT NO. ZA C H A R Y P A R K & B A S S L A K E P A R K C O U R T IM P R O V E M E N T P R O J E C T S CI T Y O F P L Y M O U T H 019231-000 PR229005 La n d s c a p e A r c h i t e c t N a m e 01 - 0 5 - 2 0 2 3 42 9 7 6 L3.1 ZACHARY PARK LAYOUT PLAN N FEET 0 H: INSCALE 20 40ZACHARY PARK LAYOUT PLAN1 L3.1 LEGEND LAYOUT CONTROL POINT BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT - PARKING LOT CONSTRUCTION LIMITS CONCRETE PAVEMENT BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT - TRAILS BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT - COURTS 63 CO CO "X" IN CONC PICKLEBALL COURT STRIPING, SEE DETAIL 2 L6.3 NET POST (TYP), SEE DETAIL 1 L6.3 PICKLEBALL COURT STRIPING, SEE DETAIL 2 L6.3 NET POST (TYP), SEE DETAIL 1 L6.3 BASKETBALL COURT STRIPING, SEE DETAIL 2 L6.5 EXISTING TRAIL TO REMAIN EXISTING TRAIL TO REMAIN 8.87' 12' 21.06'21.02' 9' 20.63'21' 8.62' 12' 8.6' 20.78'20.61' 20.81'20.57' 7.6'7.26' 10.79' 927.89 927.00 928.12 928.01 926.85926.78 920.15 920.20 918.80 919.02 TENNIS COURT STRIPING, SEE DETAIL 1 L6.5 TENNIS COURT STRIPING, SEE DETAIL 1 L6.5 6'6' 10' BASS LAKE PARK LAYOUT PLAN1 L3.4 SCALE: PLAN BY: DESIGN BY: CHECK BY: HW JFHW SHEET WSB PROJECT NO. I H E R E B Y C E R T I F Y T H A T T H I S P L A N , S P E C I F I C A T I O N , OR R E P O R T W A S P R E P A R E D B Y M E O R U N D E R M Y DI R E C T S U P E R V I S I O N A N D T H A T I A M A D U L Y LI C E N S E D L A N D S C A P E A R C H I T E C T U N D E R T H E LA W S O F T H E S T A T E O F M I N N E S O T A . LI C . N O : DA T E : RE V I S I O N S NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N CLIENT PROJECT NO. ZA C H A R Y P A R K & B A S S L A K E P A R K C O U R T IM P R O V E M E N T P R O J E C T S CI T Y O F P L Y M O U T H 019231-000 PR229005 La n d s c a p e A r c h i t e c t N a m e 01 - 0 5 - 2 0 2 3 42 9 7 6 L3.4 BASS LAKE PARK LAYOUT PLAN N FEET 0 H: INSCALE 20 40 LEGEND LAYOUT CONTROL POINT BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT - PARKING LOT CONSTRUCTION LIMITS CONCRETE PAVEMENT BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT - TRAILS BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT - COURTS 64 65 66 67 68 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-308 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FINAL CLOSEOUT FOR THE ZACHARY PLAYFIELD PICKLEBALL COURTS (PR229005)AND BASS LAKE PLAYFIELD COURTS & PARKING LOT RECONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (PRN23001) WHEREAS, the City of Plymouth as the owner, and Kevitt Excavating, LLC as the contractor, have entered into an agreement for construction of the Zachary Playfield Pickleball Courts (PR229005) and Bass Lake Playfield Courts & Parking Lot Reconstruction (PRN23001) and said agreement was approved by the City Council on March 14, 2023; WHEREAS, the landscape architect has certified acceptance of the work and approval of the request for final payment. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA: 1. That the original contract amount between the owner and the contractor was $569,288.01 and the final contract amount is $551,971.14. 2. That the work performed by the contractor for the Zachary Playfield Pickleball Courts (PR229005) and Bass Lake Playfield Courts & Parking Lot Reconstruction (PRN23001) and certified to the City Council by the landscape architect as acceptable, being the same, is released from the contract except as to the conditions of the performance bond, any and all legal rights of the owner, required guarantees, and correction of faulty work after final payment. 3. The funding for the project is from the Park Dedication Fund ($292,028.34) and Park Replacement Fund ($259,942.80). APPROVED by the City Council this 12th day of December, 2023. 69 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.12 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Abbie Browen, Public Works Operations Manager Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Approve final closeout for the Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement Project (SS210001) 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving final closeout for the Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement Project (SS210001). 2.Background: This project involved the replacement of two aged sanitary sewer lift station pumps with current models consistent with the third newer pump. Work on the project has been completed and certified as meeting project specifications by the city engineer. Any warranty items that arise will be completed as necessary throughout the remaining two-year warranty period. 3.Budget Impact: Council previously approved a budget of $236,250 which included pump procurement and installation, contingencies, design, and administration. At project completion, the total project cost was $204,574.26 which includes construction and 5% administrative fee. The project is funded from the Sewer Fund. 4.Attachments: Pay Voucher 1 & Final City Council Resolution 2023-309 70 Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement Pay Voucher 1 - Final City of Plymouth Electric Pump Project #: SS210001 4280 E 14th Street PO #: 2023-0798 Des Moines, IA 50313 Original Contract Amount: Contract Changes: Revised Contract Amount: Value Completed to Date: Material on Hand: Amount Earned: Less Retainage: 0% Less Liquidated Damages: Sub-Total: Less Amount Paid Previously: Amount Due This Pay Voucher: Percent Complete Payment Summary: Recommended for Approval (ENGINEER) By: Date: Approved By: (CONTRACTOR)Approved By: (OWNER) By:By: Date:Date: Ok to Pay 194,832.63$ -$ 194,832.63$ This is to certify that the items of work shown in this Pay Voucher have been actually furnished and installed for the above referenced project and in accordance with the contract plans and specifications. Further the contractor and owner confirm that work completed to date is accurate and complete as of this Pay Voucher. 194,832.64$ -$ 194,832.64$ 100.00% PV #Work Certified Via PV Retainage in PV Amount Paid in PV 194,832.63$ -$ 194,832.63$ -$ -$ Up Through Date -$ -$ -$ O:\Projects\Current Projects\2020-2029\22-SS210001 Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement\Payments\Pay Voucher Cover - Lancaster LS Pump Replacement 71 RECEIVED 5/12/2023 PO 2023-0798 7532 72 RECEIVED 5/12/2023 PO 2023-0798 7532 73 RECEIVED 5/12/2023 PO 2023-0798 7532 74 RECEIVED 5/12/2023 PO 2023-0798 7532 75 76 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-309 RESOLUTION AMENDING FINAL CLOSEOUT FOR THE LANCASTER LIFT STATION PUMP REPLACEMENT PROJECT (SS210001) WHEREAS, the City of Plymouth as the owner, and Electric Pump, Inc. as the contractor, have entered into an agreement for the Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement Project. Said agreement was approved by the City Council on June 28, 2022; and WHEREAS, Resolution 2022-175 was approvedon June 28, 2022; and WHEREAS, the City Engineer has certified his acceptance of the work and approval of the request for final payment. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA: 1. That the original contract amount between the owner and the contractor was $194,832.64 and the final contract amount is $194,832.63. 2. That the work performed by the contractor for the Lancaster Lift Station Pump Replacement Project and certified to the council by the engineer as acceptable, being the same, is released from the contract except as to the conditions of the performance bond, all legal rights of the owner, required guarantees, and correction of faulty work after final payment. 3. The total project cost is $204,574.26 which included the improvements in the amount of $194,832.63 and 5% for engineering and administration in the amount of $9,741.63. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: 1. The original funding for this project was from the Sewer Fund ($1,000,000). 2. That funding for this project will be from the Sewer Fund ($204,574.26). APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 77 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.13 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Chris McKenzie, Engineering Services Manager Reviewed by:Michael Thompson, Public Works Director Item:Accept streets for continual maintenance in Fields of Vicksburg (2021060) and Meadow Ridge Estates (2018014) 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution accepting streets in Fields of Vicksburg (2021060) and Meadow Ridge Estates (2018014). 2.Background: Staff received a request to accept streets in Fields of Vicksburg and Meadow Ridge Estates which reflects completed work in the development. Staff inspected the completed work and determined that it is acceptable. The funds the city will retain are for the required one-year warranty period for the streets. 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Attachments: Location Map - Fields of Vicksburg Location Map - Meadow Ridge Estates City Council Resolution 2023-310 City Council Resolution 2023-311 78 U p l a n d LnN Upland Ln N 5 4 t h A v e N 5 2nd A v e N Weston Ln N U p l a n d L n N 52ndPl N 53rdAve N 5 2ndAveN 53rd Pl N 52nd Pl N Upland Ct N Vicksburg Ln N THIS REPRESENTS A COMPILATION OF INFORMATION AND DATA FROM CITY, COUNTY, STATE AND OTHER SOURCES THAT HAS NOT BEEN FIELD VERIFIED. INFORMATION SHOULD BE FIELD VERIFIED AND COMPARED WITH ORIGINAL SOURCE DOCUMENTS. Fields of VicksburgLocation Map Ü0 220 Feet 79 6 1 s t A v e N 6 0 t h P l N X a n t h usPlN UrbandaleLnN WalnutGroveLnN 61stAveN Yello w st o n e L n N Urbandale Ln N YellowstoneLnN Xanthus Ln N 60thAveN ")47 ")47 ")47 THIS REPRESENTS A COMPILATION OF INFORMATION AND DATA FROM CITY, COUNTY, STATE AND OTHER SOURCES THAT HAS NOT BEEN FIELD VERIFIED. INFORMATION SHOULD BE FIELD VERIFIED AND COMPARED WITH ORIGINAL SOURCE DOCUMENTS. Meadow Ridge EstatesLocation Map Ü0 200 Feet 80 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-310 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING STREETS FOR CONTINUAL MAINTENANCE FOR FIELDS OF VICKSBURG (2021060) WHEREAS, in accordance with the development contract dated September 28, 2021, R & R Construction of Minneapolis, Inc, developer of Fields of Vicksburg (2021060), has agreed to install certain improvements for said development; and WHEREAS, the developer has completed a portion of the street, utility and site grading as noted below; and WHEREAS, the developer has requested a reduction of the required financial guarantee to reflect the completed work. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the financial guarantee requirements are reduced as follows below and that the required guarantee and Letter of Credit No. 19536 for the items be reduced from $84,753 to $82,053: ITEM Original Amount Current Amount New Amount % of Original Amount Street Construction $46,500 $11,625 $11,625 25% Sanitary Sewer System $32,000 $8,000 $8,000 25% Watermain System $15,400 $3,850 $3,850 25% Storm Sewer System $43,400 $10,850 $10,850 25% Boulevard and Drainage Swale Sod $5,000 $5,000 $2,500 50% Filtration Basin $40,000 $20,000 $20,000 50% Street and Traffic Control Signs $600 $0 $0 0% Wetland Buffer Posts & Signs $750 $750 $750 100% Sidewalk Improvements $1,000 $250 $250 25% Trail Improvements $17,100 $4,275 $4,275 25% Landscaping $2,500 $0 $0 0% Street Lighting $500 $0 $0 0% Erosion control $7,500 $5,625 $5,625 75% Site Grading & Drainage Improvements $33,000 $8,250 $8,250 25% Setting Iron Monuments $1,800 $0 $0 0% Tree Preservation / Protection $5,000 $0 $0 0% Sub-Total $252,050 $78,475 $75,975 30% Design, Admin. Insp, As-builts (8%)$20,164 $6,278 $6,078 TOTAL $272,214 $84,753 $82,053 30% 81 Resolution 2023-310 Page 2 BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat the streets are accepted for continuous maintenance as of December 12, 2023, subject to the one-year guarantee by the Developer per Letter of Credit No. 19536. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 82 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-311 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING STREETS FOR CONTINUAL MAINTENANCE FOR MEADOW RIDGE ESTATES (2018014) WHEREAS, in accordance with the development contract dated August 13, 2021, R&R Island View, LLC, developer of Meadow Ridge Estates (2018014), has agreed to install certain improvements for said development; and WHEREAS, the developer has completed a portion of the street, utility and site grading as noted below; and WHEREAS, the developer completed the streets in the fall of 2022, and staff recommends using December 1, 2022 as the street acceptance date; and WHEREAS, the developer has requested a reduction of the required financial guarantee to reflect the completed work. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the financial guarantee requirements are reduced as follows below and that the required guarantee and Letter of Credit No. 511 for the items be reduced from $136,161 to $107,298: ITEM Original Amount Current Amount New Amount % of Original Amount Street Construction $150,400 $37,600 $37,600 25% Sanitary Sewer System $48,000 $12,000 $12,000 25% Watermain System $72,500 $18,125 $18,125 25% Storm Sewer System $59,200 $14,800 $14,800 25% Boulevard and Drainage Swale Sod $2,900 $2,900 $1,450 50% Pond Construction $6,600 $3,300 $0 0% Street and Traffic Control Signs $1,000 $0 $0 0% Buffer/Park Posts & Signs $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 100% Sidewalk Improvements $16,100 $4,025 $4,025 25% Landscaping $6,600 $4,950 $4,950 75% Street Lighting $2,500 $0 $0 0% Erosion control $9,600 $7,200 $2,400 25% Site Grading & Drainage Improvements $68,700 $17,175 $0 0% Setting Iron Monuments $3,400 $0 $0 0% Tree preservation $4,400 $0 $0 0% Wetland Mitigation $50,000 $0 $0 0% Sub-Total $505,900 $126,075 $99,350 20% Design, Admin. Insp, As-builts (8%)$40,472 $10,086 $7,948 TOTAL $546,372 $136,161 $107,298 20% 83 Resolution 2023-311 Page 2 BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat the streets are accepted for continuous maintenance as of a staff recommended backdate of December 1, 2022, subject to the one-year guarantee by the Developer per Letter of Credit No. 511. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 84 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.14 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Reviewed by: Item:Adopt ordinance repealing Section 1145 of the Plymouth City Code concerning taxicabs 1.Action Requested: Adopt ordinance repealing Section 1145 of the Plymouth City Code concerning taxicabs and resolution approving summary publication of said ordinance. Approval of the ordinance requires 4/7 vote. Approval of the summary publication resolution requires 6/7 vote. 2.Background: Section 1145 of the Plymouth City Code provides regulations for taxicab licenses in the city, which the city has not had any active licenses since 1997. Staff recommends repealing the taxicab code as a cleanup item since we no longer license them in the city and very few cities regulate taxicabs locally. 3.Budget Impact: There is no budget impact since the city has no active taxicab licenses. The $60 taxicab license fee, $25 operator fee, and $15 transfer of cab license fee will be removed from code in the fee schedule ordinance update on this evening's agenda. 4.Attachments: City Council Ordinance 2023-18 City Council Resolution 2023-312 85 CITY OF PLYMOUTH HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA ORDINANCE NO. 2023-18 ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTION 1145 OF THE PLYMOUTH CITY CODE CONCERNING TAXICABS THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA ORDAINS: SECTION 1. Section 1145 of the Plymouth City Code concerning Taxicabs is hereby repealed: SECTION 1145. - TAXICABS 1145.01. - Definitions. Subd. 1. For purposes of this Section, the terms defined in this Subsection have the meanings given them. Operator means any person owning or having control of the use of one or more Taxicabs used for hire upon the Streets or engaged in the business of operating a Taxicab within the City. Street means any street, alley, avenue, court, bridge, lane or public place in the City. 1145.03. - License Required. No person shall operate or permit a Taxicab owned or controlled by that person to be operated as a vehicle for hire upon the Streets without having first obtained a license from the City Clerk, provided that any Taxicab licensed to operate in any other municipality of this state may carry passengers from said municipality where so licensed to any place or point within the City and may receive passengers for carriage to such municipality where so licensed, but owners and drivers of such vehicles shall not be permitted to solicit business in the City or otherwise operate a Taxicab on the streets, without being licensed under the provisions of this Section. 1145.05. - Application for License; Form; Oath; Contents. An application for a license shall be filed with the City Clerk upon forms supplied by the City. The application shall be verified under oath and shall contain the following information: A. The name and address of the applicant. B. The financial status of the applicant, including the amounts of all unpaid judgments against the applicant and the nature of the transaction or acts giving rise to said judgments. C. The experience of the applicant in the transportation of passengers. D. The number of vehicles to be operated or controlled by the applicant and the location of proposed open stands and call box stands. E. The color scheme or insignia to be used to designate the vehicle or vehicles of the applicant. F. Such further information as the City Manager may from time to time require. 86 Ordinance 2023-18 Page 2 G. A statement covering each vehicle to be so licensed giving the full name and address of the owner; the class and passenger-carrying capacity of each vehicle for which a license is desired; the length of time the vehicle has been in use; the make of car; the serial number and the state license number; whether the same is mortgaged; also the holder of legal title to said motor vehicle if other than the applicant; or whether said vehicle is leased, licensed, or under any form of contract permitted to be used and operated by some other person than the one holding legal title thereto, and what person, firm or corporation collects the revenues from the operation of said Taxicab and pays the expenses of operating the same. 1145.07. - Issuance of License; Contents; Criteria. Subd. 1. If the City Manager finds that the applicant is fit, experienced, responsible and willing and able to perform such public transportation and to conform to the provisions of this Section and the rules promulgated by the City Manager, the City Clerk shall issue a license covering each vehicle so licensed, and stating the name and address of the applicant, the number of vehicles authorized under said license and the date of issuance; otherwise, the application shall be denied. 1145.09. - Indemnity Bond or Liability Insurance Required; Amount; Filing. No license shall be issued or continued in operation unless there is in full force and effect a liability insurance policy issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in the State of Minnesota and acceptable to the City for each vehicle authorized in the amount of $350,000.00 combined single limit. Such policy must be endorsed to show the City as an additional insured and the City shall receive advance notice of not less than 30 days of the cancellation of coverage. Copies of such policy shall be filed in the office of the City Clerk. 1145.11. - License Fees; Amount; Period. No license shall be issued or continued in operation unless the holder thereof has paid the annual license fee set forth in Chapter X for each vehicle operated by the holder. The license fees shall be for the calendar year and shall be in addition to any other license fees or charges established by proper authority and applicable to said holder of the vehicle or vehicles under holder's operation and control. 1145.13. - Certificates Non-Transferable Without Consent of City Manager. No license may be sold, assigned, mortgaged, or otherwise transferred without the consent of the City Manager. 1145.15. - Suspension or Revocation of License; Grounds; Notice; Hearing. A license issued under the provisions of this Section may be revoked or suspended by the City Manager if the holder thereof has: A. Violated any of the provisions of this Section. B. Discontinued operations for more than 60 days. C. Violated any laws of the City or the laws of the United States or the State of Minnesota, the violations of which reflect unfavorably on the fitness of the holder to offer public transportation. Prior to suspension or revocation, the holder shall be given notice of the proposed action to be taken and shall have an opportunity to be heard by the City Manager. 87 Ordinance 2023-18 Page 2 1145.17. - Names of Operators to be Furnished; Driver's License Required. Prior to the commencement of operation, the holder of the license shall furnish to the City Clerk the names of all persons who will be operating Taxicabs for the license holder. Each such person shall be the holder of a valid driver's license issued by the State of Minnesota. 1145.19. - Investigation of Operators; Taxicab Driver's License Required. The Police Department shall conduct an Investigation of each such person named as an Operator and a report of such investigation shall be furnished to the City Manager together with the recommendation of the Police Chief as to whether or not such persons should be permitted to operate Taxicabs within the City. Upon a finding by the City Manager that such persons are to be permitted to operate Taxicabs within the City, the City Clerk shall issue a Taxicab driver's license to such persons upon the payment of the fee set forth in Chapter X. The license shall be valid for the calendar year in which issued and must be renewed at the commencement of each subsequent calendar year. It is unlawful for any person to operate a Taxicab within the City for or on behalf of any license holder without having a valid Taxicab driver's license in his or her possession. 1145.21. - Equipment and Maintenance of Taxicabs. The City Manager shall direct the performance of a thorough and careful examination of each Taxicab before a license is granted for its operation. The results of such examination shall be reported to the City Clerk. No Taxicab shall be licensed which does not comply with the following: A. It must be in a thoroughly safe condition for the transportation of passengers. B. It must be clean and of good appearance and well painted. C. Such other examinations and tests of licensed Taxicabs as may be ordered by the City Manager from time to time as he or she may deem advisable. 1145.23. - Identifying Designations and Insignias on Taxicabs; Requirements; Approval; Violations. Each licensed Taxicab shall bear on the outside of each rear door, in painted letters not less than four inches nor more than eight inches in height, the name of the owner. The Taxicab may bear an identifying design approved by the City Manager. No vehicle may be licensed as a Taxicab whose color scheme, identifying design, monogram, or insignia to be used thereon shall in the opinion of the City Manager conflict with or imitate any color scheme, identifying design, monogram or insignia used on a vehicle or vehicles already operating under this Section, in such a manner as to be misleading or tend to deceive or defraud the public. If after a license has been issued for a Taxicab hereunder, the color scheme, identifying design, monogram, or insignia thereof is changed so as to be, in the opinion of the City Manager, in conflict with or imitate any color scheme, identifying design, monogram or insignia used by any other person, owner or operator, in such a manner as to be misleading or tend to deceive the public, the license covering such Taxicab or Taxicabs shall be suspended or revoked. 1145.25. - Taximeters Required; Specifications; Operation; Inspection. Taxicabs shall be equipped with Taximeters fastened in front of the passengers, visible to them at all times day and night; and, after sundown, the face of the Taximeter shall be illuminated. The Taximeter shall be operated mechanically by a mechanism of standard design and construction, driven either from the transmission or from one of the front wheels by a flexible and permanently attached driving mechanism, and shall be sealed at all points and connections which, if manipulated, would affect their correct reading and recording. The Taximeter shall have thereon a flap to denote when the vehicle is employed and when it is not employed; and it shall be the duty of the driver to throw the flag of such 88 Ordinance 2023-18 Page 2 Taximeter into a non-recording position at the termination of each trip. Taximeters shall be subject to inspection from time to time by the Police Department. Any inspector or other officer of said department is hereby authorized either on complaint of any person or without such complaint, to inspect any meter and, upon discovery of any inaccuracy therein, to notify the person operating the Taxicab to cease operation, and the Taxicab may not be operated until the Taximeter is repaired and in the required working condition. 1145.27. - Rates and Rate Cards. Every Taxicab operated under a license shall have a rate card setting forth the authorized rates of fare displayed in such a place as to be in view of all passengers. 1145.29. - Failure to Pay Legal Fare Unlawful. It is unlawful for any person to hire any vehicle herein defined with intent to defraud the person from whom it is hired of the value of such service. 1145.31. - Open Stands and Call Box Stands. No open stands or call box stands may be maintained by any licensee upon any street within the City. 1145.33. - Duties of Persons Engaged in Taxicab Business. Any person engaged in the Taxicab business in the City operating under a license shall render an overall service to the public desiring to use Taxicabs. Holders of licenses shall maintain a central place of business and keep the same open for such hours of each day as the Council may direct for the purpose of receiving calls and dispatching cabs. They shall answer all calls received by them for services inside the corporate limits of the City as soon as they can do so and if said services cannot be rendered within a reasonable time, they shall then notify the prospective passengers how long it will be before the said call can be answered and give the reason therefor. It Is unlawful for any holder of a license to refuse to accept a call anywhere in the corporate limits of the City at any time when such holder has available cabs, or to fail or refuse to give over-all service. SECTION 2. Effective Date. This ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its passage. ADOPTED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. By __________________________________ Jeffry Wosje, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Jodi Gallup, City Clerk 89 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-312 RESOLUTION APPROVING SUMMARY PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2023-18 ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTION 1145 OF THE PLYMOUTH CITY CODE CONCERNING TAXICABS Ordinance No. 2023-18 repeals Section 1145 of the Plymouth City Code concerning taxicabs. A printed copy of the entire ordinance is available for inspection at the City Clerk’s Office during regular office hours. APPROVED for summary publication by the City Council this 12th day of December, 2023. 90 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.15 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Approve 2024 regular City Council meeting schedule 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving 2024 regular City Council meeting schedule. 2.Background: The council has conducted regular meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Staff has attached monthly calendars where those meeting dates have been inserted but with the following exceptions (see attached calendars): -July 9th meeting is scheduled on an if needed basis (typically the council prefers to only hold one meeting in July) -February meetings will be held on the first and third Tuesday due to the February 27 Precinct Caucuses -August meetings moved to the first and third week of the month due to August 13 State Primary Election -Only one meeting in December 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Attachments: 2024 Meeting Calendar City Council Resolution 2023-313 91 S MTWTF SSMTWTF S 123456 123456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 This calendar shows regular meetings only 28 29 30 31 28 29 30 31 (special meetings are listed on monthly calendars) S MTWTF SSMTWTF S CITY COUNCIL - 7:00 pm 123 123 2nd & 4th Tuesdays* 4 56 8910 4 5678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 PLANNING COMMISSION - 7:00 pm 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 28 19 20 21 22 23 24 1st & 3rd Wednesdays* 25 26 27 28 29 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 PARK & REC COMMISSION - 6:00 pm 2nd Thursdays (only 6 meetings per year) S MTWTF SSMTWTF S 1 21234567 HRA - 7:00 pm 3 456789891011121314 4th Thursdays* 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY - 7:00 pm 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 29 30 2nd Wednesdays* ELECTION DAY (no public meetings) S MTWTF SSMTWTF S 123456 12345 HOLIDAYS (no public meetings) 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Charter Commission - Dec. 11th - 7:00 pm 28 29 30 27 28 29 30 31 Meets annually on 2nd Wednesday of December Council Notes S MTWTF SSMTWTF S *Feb. - meets on 1st and 3rd Tues 1234 1 2 *Aug. - meets on 1st Mon (8/6 is Night to Unite) and 3rd Tu 5 67891011 3 456789 *No meeting Dec. 24 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 HRA Notes 26 27 28 29 30 31 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 *Nov. and Dec. meetings combined to Dec. 5 Planning Commission Notes S MTWTF SSMTWTF S *Move June 19 meeting to June 26 2 3456781234567 *No meeting July 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8 91011121314 *No meeting Oct. 2 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 EQC Notes 30 29 30 31 *Move Feb. 14 meeting to Feb. 7 *No meeting July 10 JUNE NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 2024 MEETING CALENDAR 7 92 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-313 RESOLUTION APPROVING REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE FOR 2024 WHEREAS, the City Council establishes Regular City Council Meeting dates; and WHEREAS, Regular City Council Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA, that the 2024 Regular Meeting dates listed below are approved: January 9 January 23 February 6 February 20 March 12 March 26 April 9 April 23 May 14 May 28 June 11 June 25 July 9 July 23 August 5 August 20 September 10 September 24 October 8 October 22 November 12 November 26 December 10 APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 93 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.16 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Ali Timpone, Human Resources Director Reviewed by:Dave Callister, City Manager Item:Approve 2024-2025 Labor Agreement with Law Enforcement Labor Services, Local 18, representing Plymouth Police Officers 1.Action Requested: Adopt the attached resolution approving the 2024-2025 labor agreement with Law Enforcement Labor Services (LELS), Local 18, representing Plymouth Police Officers. 2.Background: The city's three year agreement with LELS Police Officers will expire on December 31, 2023. The proposed two year labor agreement, which has been ratified by the members of the bargaining unit, provides for the following changes: Wages: As a result of the citywide compensation study that was completed in 2023, the city identified target pay to be the 75th percentile of maximum pay at comparable peer cities, which are defined as metro suburbs with a population of at least 50,000. Staff is proposing a standard wage adjustment of 3% for each year of the contract plus an additional 2% market adjustment each year to attain the estimated target pay in 2025. The steps to achieve max pay in the contract have been reduced from 20 years to 12, to be more competitive with peer cities and more closely match the step progression of other city staff. Additional language in the contract clarifies when special assignments are promoted positions or temporary assignments at the discretion of the police chief. Benefits: The union has agreed to receive the same employer contribution for benefits programs that the city offers to other non-exempt employees of the city. For 2024, health insurance premiums were unchanged and the city has a 9% premium rate cap in place for 2025. Dental insurance premiums have increased by 5% for 2024. Several other housekeeping updates have been made to contract language that was outdated and to match current practice. 3.Budget Impact: The proposed agreement is within the established parameters set by the city council in the proposed 2024-2025 biannual budget. 94 4.Attachments: Contract City Council Resolution 2023-314 95         LABOR AGREEMENT    BETWEEN    THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH      AND      LAW ENFORCEMENT LABOR SERVICES, INC.  Local 18 (Police Officers)                JANUARY 1, 2024 ‐ DECEMBER 31, 2025       96 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    2              97 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    3    ARTICLE I.  DEFINITIONS      1.1  LELS:  Law Enforcement Labor Services (Local 18).      1.2  Employee:  A member of Law Enforcement Labor Services (Local 18) who has  completed the probationary period with the EMPLOYER and has been granted  regular full‐time employment status.      1.3  Member:  A member of LELS (Local 18) in the bargaining unit to which this contract  applies.      1.4  EMPLOYER:  The City Council of the City of Plymouth or its designee.      1.5  Days:  Calendar days unless otherwise specified.      ARTICLE II.  RECOGNITION   2.1  The EMPLOYER recognizes LELS as the exclusive representative of an appropriate  bargaining unit of city employees consisting of Police Officer and Investigator positions,  excluding all Field Supervisor positions and other supervisory personnel, as defined in  Minn. Stat. 179A.03, Subd. 17; confidential personnel as defined in Minn. Stat 179A.03,  Subd. 4; part‐time employees as defined in Minn. State. 179A.03, Subd. 14(e);  temporary employees as defined in Minn. Stat. 179A.03, Subd. 14(f).      ARTICLE III.  EMPLOYER RIGHTS   3.1  Except as explicitly limited by a specific provision of this Agreement, the EMPLOYER shall  have the exclusive right to take any action it deems appropriate in the management of  the city and the direction of the work force in accordance with its judgment.  All  inherent, statutory and common law management functions and prerogatives which the  EMPLOYER has not expressly modified or restricted by specific provision of this  Agreement are retained and vested exclusively with the EMPLOYER.  The EMPLOYER  shall have the sole and exclusive right to determine the functions and programs of the  city, its overall budget, utilization of technology, the organizational structure and  selection and direction and number of personnel.  In addition, the EMPLOYER  specifically reserves the exclusive right in accordance with its judgment to:  reprimand  or otherwise discipline Employees; hire, promote, transfer, and assign Employees to  work; determine the starting and quitting time and the number of hours and days to be  worked; maintain the efficiency of Employees: close down buildings or any part thereof  or expand, reduce, alter, combine, transfer or cease any job, department, operation or  service; subcontract any work done by the Employees, control and regulate the use of  equipment and other property of the EMPLOYER; determine the number, location and  operation of buildings, and divisions and departments thereof, the assignment of work  and the size and composition of the work force, make or change rules, policies,  introduce new or improved research, development, maintenance, service methods,  materials or otherwise generally manage the city, direct the Employees and establish  terms and conditions of employment, except as expressly modified or restricted by  98 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    4    specific provision of this Agreement.  The EMPLOYER'S non exercise of any function in a  particular way shall not be deemed a waiver of its right to exercise such function or to  preclude the EMPLOYER from exercising the same in some other way not in conflict with  the express provisions of this Agreement.  LELS agrees that it shall not establish or  attempt to enforce upon the EMPLOYER, or any Employee, any rule or regulation which  would interfere with the recognized right of management to carry out the foregoing  provisions.      3.2  Effect of Laws, Rules and Regulations.  LELS recognizes that all Employees covered  by this Agreement shall perform the services prescribed by the EMPLOYER and shall  be governed by the laws of the State of Minnesota, and by EMPLOYER rules,  regulations, directives and orders, issued by properly designated officials.  LELS also  recognizes the right, obligation and duty of the EMPLOYER and its duly designated  officials to promulgate rules, regulations, directives and orders from time to time as  deemed necessary by the EMPLOYER insofar as such rules, regulations, directives  and orders do not conflict with the express terms of this Agreement.      3.3  Reservation of Management Rights.  The enumeration of the rights and duties of the  EMPLOYER in this Agreement shall not be deemed to exclude other inherent  management rights and management functions not expressly reserved herein and  all management rights and management functions not expressly delegated in this  Agreement are reserved to the EMPLOYER.    ARTICLE IV.  NO STRIKE   4.1  Strikes Prohibited.  There shall be no strikes, stoppages, slowdowns, picketing or  other interference with the operation of the EMPLOYER (all of which are referred to  as "strikes").  A strike shall mean concerted action in failing to report for duty, the  willful absence from one's position, the stoppage of work, slowdown or the absence  in whole or in part from the full, faithful and proper performance of the duties of  employment.  No officer or representative of LELS shall authorize, instigate, aid or  condone any strike, and no Employee shall participate in any strike. The foregoing  provisions shall not constitute grounds in which demand may be made for  arbitration.      Penalties.  Any Employee who violates the provisions of this Article shall have their  employment terminated by the EMPLOYER effective the date the violation first occurs.   Such termination shall be effective upon written notice served upon the Employee.  An  Employee who is absent from any portion of their work assignment without permission  or who abstains wholly or in part from the full performance of their duties without  permission from the EMPLOYER on the date or dates when a strike occurs is presumed  to have engaged in a strike on such date or dates. Employees who violate the provisions  of this Article may, subsequent to such violation be employed or re‐employed but the  Employee shall be on probation for two (2) years with respect to tenure of employment.   99 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    5    No Employee shall be entitled to any daily pay, wages or per diem for the days on which  they engaged in a strike.     ARTICLE V.  SENIORITY   For the purposes of this agreement, the following terms shall have the meanings provided  below.   5.1  Definitions   "Service seniority:" a regular full‐time Employee's length of continuous service with the  EMPLOYER since the employee's last hiring date.       "Last hiring date:" shall mean the date upon which an Employee first reported for  work at the direction of the EMPLOYER, since which the Employee has not resigned,  retired, lost reinstatement rights from layoff, or been discharged.  In the event two  or more Employees are directed by the EMPLOYER to report to work on the same  date, then and in that event, the seniority of those Employees will be based upon  their respective rating on the eligibility list for employment from which they were  selected for employment by the EMPLOYER.  No time shall be deducted from an  Employee's seniority date due to absences occasioned by authorized leaves or for  layoffs.        "Classification seniority:" the total length of service within classification.        "Probationary Employee:" All new regular, full‐time Employees shall be  probationary Employees during the first twelve (12) months of their employment,  and all promoted Employees shall be probationary Employees during the first six (6)  months of their promotion to a higher‐level classification in the bargaining unit.   During the probationary period, the new Employee shall have no seniority status.   The new employee shall receive evaluations pursuant to the Personnel Policy.  At  the conclusion of the probationary period, the Employee's name shall be added to  the seniority list as of the hiring date.        "Layoff:"  Except in those instances where senior Employees are not qualified to  perform remaining work, seniority shall determine the order of Layoff at the sole  discretion of the EMPLOYER.      5.2  Layoff   1. Layoff shall be by classification in inverse order of classification seniority.  However, an  Employee about to be laid off shall have the right to bump (displace) any Employee in a  lower classification, provided that:  1) the EMPLOYER determines the Employee who is  exercising bumping rights has previously held the position; 2) is adequately qualified as  determined by the EMPLOYER to perform the duties of the classification into which they  are bumping; and 3) they have greater seniority than the Employee who is to be  bumped.  Any part‐time employees in the affected classification shall be laid off before  any full‐time employees.   100 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    6      2. Recall from layoff, shall be by classification seniority in inverse order of layoff,  provided that, if an Employee does not return to work upon recall, as directed by the  EMPLOYER, or on an extended date mutually acceptable to the Employee and  EMPLOYER, they shall automatically have terminated their employment.  The  EMPLOYER shall issue written notice of recall from an indefinite layoff to affected  Employees by certified mail/return receipt, providing at least fifteen calendar (15)  days to return to work.  Recall notification shall be sent to the Employee's last known  address.  An Employee's name shall be retained on the recall list for one (1) year, at  which time all rights to recall shall terminate.      3. The EMPLOYER shall not hire a new Employee in a classification where an Employee  is laid off with the right of recall.      4. For any layoff anticipated to last for over fourteen days, the EMPLOYER shall provide  a fourteen day written notice of layoff to all affected employees.      5. Voluntary Leaves Prior to Layoff.  Prior to laying off an Employee, the EMPLOYER shall  offer a voluntary leave of absence to other Employees in the affected classification  to prevent the involuntary layoff of an Employee.  The EMPLOYER may approve or  deny any requested voluntary leave.  An Employee on such leave shall continue to  accrue only seniority as though the Employee was working.  The leave shall be for a  period not to exceed one (1) year from the effective date of the leave.  An Employee  on such leave shall be recalled to work pursuant to Section 5.2.2.      5.3    An Employee's seniority shall be terminated:      1. If the Employee resigns, retires, or is discharged for cause or is otherwise  separated from employment.   2. If, when recalled to work following a layoff, the Employee fails to report to work  as directed by the EMPLOYER.   3. If the Employee's rights to recall, following a layoff, expire.      5.4 In the event of a promotional job opening in the bargaining unit, an announcement  shall be posted by bulletin for ten (10) days, giving employees of the department  the opportunity to apply for the opening and those qualified shall be given first  consideration.  Where all qualifications are equal, the EMPLOYER shall give  consideration to the most senior employee.  However, the EMPLOYER shall, in no  case, be required to employ such most senior employee.  The EMPLOYER reserves  the right to promote the most qualified employee whose qualifications the  EMPLOYER shall determine.  Each probationary employee shall receive at least one  evaluation at the midpoint of their probationary period in accordance with the  performance management system currently used by the EMPLOYER.       101 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    7    5.5 A regular employee promoted to a higher level sworn position shall retain rights to  their previously held position during probation with no loss of seniority.          A regular employee promoted to a higher level sworn position who is demoted or  voluntarily demotes after probation shall retain rights only to the seniority they  earned as a member of the bargaining unit.          5.6  "Seniority lists."  Within 30 days after the signing of this agreement, the EMPLOYER  shall establish seniority lists as of the effective date of this agreement structured by  each work classification and department service to include in order from highest ‐  lowest seniority, all regular employees in the bargaining unit.       ARTICLE VI. WORK SCHEDULE   6.1  Work Schedule.  The normal work shift shall be one period of eight/ten (8/10) or more  consecutive hours within a twenty‐four (24) hour period.  The normal work week shall  be the equivalent of forty (40) hours per week on an annualized basis.  The work period  shall be a twenty‐eight (28) day period, beginning at midnight on January 1, 2005.   Except as otherwise provided in this agreement, work schedules and lengths of shift  shall be established by the EMPLOYER.  Nothing contained herein shall be construed as a  guarantee of a minimum or maximum number of hours the EMPLOYER may assign  Employees.      6.2   The EMPLOYER is responsible to ensure that the shift schedule throughout the work  year equals 2080 hours.  It is understood that the Employee shall continue to have  the opportunity to discharge this obligation through the Employee's participation in  departmental training activities outside of the Employee's normal working hours.   Employees who participate in the Employer’s wellness event may charge up to two  (2) hours against their obligation.  All hours remaining which are not charged to  training shall be assigned to the Employee by the police chief for regular police  duties.  The police chief shall maintain individual time records for each Employee to  ensure that the intent of this section is met.      6.3  Service to the public may require the establishment of regular shifts for some  Employees on a daily, weekly, seasonal, or annual basis of other than the normal  shift.  The EMPLOYER will give 24 hours advance notice to the Employees affected  by the establishment of such workdays.      6.4  In the event that work is required because of unusual circumstances such as (but  not limited to) fire, flood, snow, sleet, or breakdown of municipal equipment or  facilities, no advance notice need be given.      6.5  Senior qualified employees shall have shift preference after twelve (12) months  employment.  Shift periods shall occur three times per year.  Employees must bid on  a shift other than their first preference at least once every other year until the  102 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    8    employee reaches fifteen years of service.  Shift start times and length shall be  defined by the Employer and posted prior to the next year’s shift pick.  Shift  preference for the three trimesters must be selected by 00:01 A.M., December 1st  of the previous year.      6.6  Relief Periods.  Two relief periods not to exceed fifteen (15) minutes are allowed on  each Employee's shift.  One relief period is to be taken during the first half of the  shift and the second relief period to be taken during the second half of the shift.      6.7  Meal Period.  Each Employee shall be allowed one (1) thirty (30) minute meal period  normally to be taken at the midpoint of the scheduled work shift.      ARTICLE VII.  PREMIUM PAY   7.1  Overtime.  Employees who work in excess of the established shift hours shall be  compensated at one and one‐half (1‐1/2) times the employee's regular base pay rate for  hours in excess of the established shift hours.  A scheduled change of shifts within a  24hour period when moving from one rotation cycle to another does not qualify for  overtime.      7.2  Employees may be assigned to work overtime at the discretion of the EMPLOYER.   Employees shall be required to work overtime unless excused by the EMPLOYER.   Employees who refuse to work overtime may be subject to disciplinary action.      7.3  Call Back Pay.  An Employee called back to work at a time other than their normal  scheduled shift shall receive a minimum of two (2) hours' pay at one and one‐half  (1‐1/2) times the Employee's regular base pay rate.  Reporting early for a shift or an  extension of a shift for call back does not qualify for this minimum.      7.4  Standby and Court Pay.  Off duty Employees shall be compensated at one (1) hour's  pay for each hour on call or standby.  Employees placed on standby or on call shall  receive a minimum of two (2) hours pay.  Time on a pager status shall be considered  standby.  The employee shall receive the minimum pay unless notified by 1630 hours  on the day previous to the scheduled court day that he/she is not required to  appear.      7.5  Employees that are required to testify in court during off duty hours shall receive a  minimum of three (3) hours' pay at time and one‐half of their regular base hourly  rate.  The employee shall receive the minimum pay unless notified by 1630 hours on  the day previous to the scheduled court day that they are not required to appear.  Reporting early for a shift or an extension of a shift for court duty does not qualify  for this minimum.       7.6  FTO Pay. Employees assigned to serve as a field training officer shall be compensated  with three (3) hours of straight comp time per full regular shift served. If an  103 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    9    employee has reached their comp time limit, compensation will be provided as  straight time pay.     7.7  Compensatory Time Off.  Compensatory time off may be accrued in lieu of overtime  to a maximum credit limit of 60 hours. Employees may request a cash payout of up  to forty hours of compensatory time off.  This payout will occur on the fourteenth  pay period of the year. In addition, all compensatory time off hours remaining in an  employee’s bank at year end will be paid in cash as taxable income on the last day  of the last pay period of the year.     ARTICLE VIII.  DISCIPLINE   8.1  New Employees and Employees who have been rehired shall be on a twelve (12) month  probationary period and may be disciplined or discharged by the EMPLOYER in its sole  and exclusive discretion at any time during such twelve (12) months’ probationary  period. Employees who have completed the probationary period may be disciplined,  suspended or discharged for cause.      8.2  Discipline may be in one or more of the following forms:      1. Oral reprimand;   2. Written reprimand;   3. Suspension;   4. Demotion; or   5. Discharge.      8.3 Notices of suspension, demotions, and discharges will be in written form and will  state the reasons for the action taken.  Suspensions will set forth the time period for  which the suspension shall be effective.  Demotions will state the classification to  which the Employee is demoted.  LELS shall be provided with a copy of each such  notice.      8.4 Employees may examine their own personnel files at reasonable times under the  direct supervision of the EMPLOYER.      8.5 Grievances relating to this Article may be initiated by LELS or an Employee under the  terms of the Grievance Procedure.  The Employee shall notify LELS if the grievance  goes to the Second Step.     ARTICLE IX.  GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE   Definitions   9.1  A "grievance" is a written claim or complaint by LELS or an Employee over the  interpretation or application of the express terms of this Agreement.       9.2  Unless specifically stated otherwise, “days” shall mean “calendar days” throughout this   104 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    10     Article.       9.3  General Requirements   9.3.1 If any Employee does not file a grievance in writing within twenty‐one (21) days  after the Employee knew or should have known the act or condition on which the  grievance is based, then the grievance shall be deemed to have been waived and  the Employee shall not have recourse to this grievance procedure.      9.3.2 The number of days indicated at each level shall be considered as a maximum,  and every effort should be made to expedite the process.  The time limits  specified may be extended only by mutual agreement in writing.      9.3.3. All decisions rendered shall be in writing, dated, and shall set forth the  decision and reason for the decision and be transmitted promptly to LELS and  to the EMPLOYER.        9.3.4 All grievances shall be presented in writing and contain the following elements:      A. Name of the aggrieved Employee.   B. Reference to the specific portion of the Agreement at issue in  the grievance.  C. The nature of the grievance, when it took place, and the  informal actions taken in an attempt to resolve it.   D. Requested action of the EMPLOYER to resolve the grievance.      9.3.5  Any grievance arising from a decision or interpretation of the provisions of  this Agreement made at a given level cannot be grieved at a lower level.  In  the event a grievance is not appealed to the next step within the specified  time limits or any agreed extension thereof, it shall be considered settled on  the basis of the EMPLOYER'S last answer.     9.4  Procedure   9.4.1. A grievance shall first be presented to the Employee's immediate supervising  sergeant, or a designated representative.  Within ten (10) days after receipt of  the grievance, the sergeant shall meet with the aggrieved Employee to resolve  the grievance.  Within ten (10) days after such meeting, the sergeant shall  make a decision and communicate the same to the aggrieved Employee.       9.4.2. If an Employee is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the  sergeant, the aggrieved Employee after notifying LELS may within ten (10) days  after receipt of the disposition of the grievance submit the grievance to the  captain.  The captain shall meet with the aggrieved Employee and within ten  (10) days after such meeting, the captain shall make a decision and  communicate the same to the aggrieved Employee and LELS.   105 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    11       9.4.3. If LELS is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the captain, the  Union may within ten (10) days after receipt of the disposition of the grievance  submit the grievance to the chief.  The chief shall meet with LELS and within  ten (10) days after such meeting, the chief shall make a decision and  communicate the same to LELS.      9.4.4. If LELS is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the chief, LELS  may within ten (10) days after receipt of the disposition of the grievance  submit the grievance to the city manager.  The city manager shall meet with  LELS and within ten (10) days after such meeting, the city manager shall make  a decision and communicate the same to LELS.      9.5 If the grievance is not resolved at Step 4 with the city manager, the EMPLOYER or  LELS by mutual agreement may submit the matter to mediation.  Submitting the  grievance to mediation preserves timelines for the arbitration of the grievance as  set forth below.      9.6 If the grievance is not settled in accordance with the foregoing procedure, the  union may appeal the matter to arbitration within ten (10) days after the city  manager’s Step 4 response. The selection of the arbitrator shall be made in  accordance with Minn. R. 5510.5170 Subpart 2B except for grievance arbitration  for written disciplinary action discharge or termination which shall utilize the  arbitrator selection procedures established in Minnesota Statute 626.892.     9.7 The arbitrator shall be empowered, except as limited below, to make a final and  binding decision in cases of alleged violation of rights expressly accorded by this  Agreement.  Limitations on the power of the arbitrator are as follows:      1. They shall have no power to add to or subtract from or modify any of the terms  of this Agreement.      2. They shall have no power to establish or change wage rates or establish any  fringe benefits.      3. They shall have no power to decide any question, which, under this  Agreement, is within the right of management to decide.      4. In no case, shall the EMPLOYER be required to pay back wages for more than  two years from the date upon which the grievance regarding such issue of back  wages is brought to the attention of the EMPLOYER in the form of a grievance.      9.8 All fees and expenses of the arbitrator shall be shared equally by the EMPLOYER  paying one‐half (1/2) of such fees and expenses and the Employee or LELS paying  106 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    12    one‐half (1/2).  Each party to the arbitration procedure shall be responsible for  compensating its own representatives and spokespersons and all expenses  incurred in preparing and presenting its arbitration case.      9.9 The arbitrator shall have no right to require the EMPLOYER, LELS, or any Employee  to perform any act contrary to law or contrary to the provisions of this Agreement.      9.10 Employees who are subject to a veterans’ preference hearing must elect to have  either a veteran’s preference hearing or a hearing before an arbitrator following  the disposition of a grievance by the city manager.  In no event shall such an  employee be entitled to both a hearing under veterans’ preference laws and final  and binding arbitration as provided for in this agreement.      ARTICLE X.  HOLIDAYS   10.1  Employees shall receive ninety‐six (96) hours of holiday leave per year as follows:  1)  Employees assigned to other than a forty (40) hour week receive ninety‐six (96) hours as  an offset to their total 2080 hours of work.  2) Employees assigned to a forty (40) hour  work week receive twelve (12) recognized holidays.      10.2  Eight (8) hours of holiday leave shall be granted to eligible Employees for each of the  following twelve holidays:  New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday,  President’s Day; Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day,  Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Holiday (Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday), Christmas  Eve and Christmas Day.  The EMPLOYER shall issue a list of these twelve recognized  holidays and the dates on which they will be observed in December of the year prior  to when the holidays will be observed.      10.3   Employees who are not normally scheduled to work holidays will receive two times  base pay when they are assigned to work on official holidays, as outlined in Section  10.5 of this labor agreement. This provision does not apply when an employee  switches shifts with an employee who is scheduled to work the holiday.    10.4 Floating holidays (16 hours) formerly provided under this article are now reflected  in the vacation leave accrual.        10.5  Employees normally scheduled to work the following holidays shall receive pay at  one and one‐half (1‐1/2) times the Employee’s regular base pay rate for the assigned  shift hours and two (2) times the Employee’s regular base rate for any additional  hours actually worked during the below listed periods:      1. New Year's 4:00 p.m. December 31 until 4:00 p.m. January 1   2. Martin Luther King Day   3. President’s Day   4. Memorial Day   107 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    13    5. Juneteenth  6. Independence Day   7. Labor Day   8. Veteran’s Day   9. Thanksgiving Day   10. Friday after Thanksgiving   11. Christmas  4:00 p.m. December 24 until Midnight December 26       ARTICLE XI.  VACATION   11.1  Vacation leave is authorized absence from duty, with pay, earned by all regular full‐time  Employees in accordance with the following schedule:                                        Years of Employment                                     Leave Accrued Per Year in Hours      During 0 ‐ 5                     100                   During 6 ‐10     140                   After 10     148                   After 11     156                   After 12     164                   After 13     172                   After 14     180                   After 15+     191         11.2  Regular full time employees shall be permitted to accumulate a maximum credit of  300 hours of vacation or two times the annual accrual, whichever is greater.   Employees shall use vacation leave in amounts of not less than one (1) hour.       11.3   The EMPLOYER will recognize the employee's service seniority as the primary factor  when authorizing vacation leave.      11.4  Health Care Savings Plan Arrangement.  Members of the bargaining unit are eligible  to participate in the health care savings arrangement for retiring employees as  described in the Personnel Policy.        ARTICLE XII.  DISABILITY LEAVE   12.1   Overview:  This policy provides income continuation to eligible employees through a  combination of short‐term, mid‐term and long‐term disability coverages:        Short term disability is credited annually on January 1 to each regular employee at  a rate of 6 days (48 hours), 8 days (64 hours), or 10 days (80 hours) based upon  length of service to provide income continuation to the employee for illness or  injuries which result in a work absence from one (hour) to two full workdays in  duration.      108 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    14    Mid‐term disability coverage for income continuation commencing on the third  consecutive workday absent and is credited to an employee at the rate of 15 days  (120 hours) following six months employment.  Thereafter, on January 1 of each  year, the employee is credited with additional mid‐term coverage hours based upon  the number of unused short‐term hours remaining on December 31 of the preceding  year multiplied times two.        Long term disability is provided through an insurance policy which currently  provides for following 180 calendar days of disability at 66‐2/3% of the employee's  monthly income, not to exceed $6,000 per month.      12.2   Definitions:  For the purposes of the disability policy, the following terms shall have  the meanings provided below.      1. "Anniversary Date" shall mean the date upon which an employee first reported  for full‐time work at the direction of the city, since which time the employee has  not resigned, retired or been discharged.      2. Disability" means a state of incapacity due to personal illness, or accidental  bodily injury to a full‐time employee except for illness or accidental bodily injury  incurred while self‐employed or employed by other than the city, which requires  the regular and personal attendance of a licensed physician and/or which  prevents an employee from performing substantially all of the duties of a  position for which the employee is reasonably qualified by training, education  or experience.  The term "disability" also applies if the employee's minor child  (under 18 years or under 20 years if attending secondary school) requires care  from the employee due to the child's illness. The term “disability” also applies if  the employee's adult child, spouse, sibling, parent, grandparent or stepparent  requires care due to illness or injury. In these situations, the employee may use  a combined total of up to 160 hours annually to care for these family members.  In addition, the term “disability” applies if a covered employee must attend a  doctor’s appointment.      3. “Midterm disability” may be further defined as authorized leave following the  birth or adoption of a child.  In order to be eligible an employee must give at  least a three week notice of their intention to use such leave.  They must also  use an equal amount of vacation or comp time, on an hour for hour basis, in  order to qualify for the use of mid‐term disability leave.  No more than three  weeks (120 hours) of mid‐term disability leave may be used for this purpose.   The 120 hours of mid‐term disability leave must be used within 26 weeks of the  birth or adoption of the child.      4. "Short and Mid Term Disability leave" is authorized absence from duty with pay  granted regular full‐time employees who have successfully completed six (6)  109 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    15    months of employment with the city and who become disabled.  Disability leave  is not a right which an employee may use at the employee's discretion.  Disability  leave shall be allowed by the supervisor and the city manager only in the case of  verified necessity and actual need.  The purpose of any disability leave is to  provide income continuation during that period of time when the employee is  unable to perform substantially all of the duties of a position for which the  employee is qualified by training, education or experience due to personal illness  or accidental bodily injury.      12.3   Disability Leave Benefits:      1. Short Term Coverage:  For continuous disability absences involving a minimum  of one hour to a maximum of two full workdays, a short‐term coverage program  is available to full time employees.      2. Mid‐term Coverage: For disability absences commencing on the third  consecutive lost workday and beyond subject to the employee mid‐term balance  and the usage/accrual maximum.      3. Crediting Short and Mid‐term Coverage:  Short and mid‐term coverage are   credited based upon the following:          Employee Length of Service  Short‐Term Coverage  Mid‐Term Coverage   Following completion of the  initial six months employment      6 days (48 hours)  15 days (120 hours)   Each January 1st following  completion of the initial  probationary period through   five years of service   6 days (48 hours)  Two times the unused short‐  term coverage of the  preceding year credited to the  existing mid‐term balance.      *Each January 1st after the  fifth year of service through  the tenth year of service.   8 days (64 hours)  Two times the unused short‐ term coverage for the  preceding year credited to the  existing mid‐term balance.      Each January 1st after the  tenth year of service subject  to the usage accrual cap.     10 days (80 hours)  Two times the unused short‐ term coverage for the  preceding year credited to the  existing mid‐term balance.            110 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    16    *Example:  An employee with a hire date of February 23, 2000 will receive adjustments  according the following schedule:  1/1/06—64 hours; 1/1/11—80 hours.      4. Short‐term coverage is available for use for disabilities as defined in this section  and the employee's balance shall be reduced for any full or partial days used.      5. Mid‐term coverage is available for use for disabilities as defined in this section  commencing the third consecutive workday of disability until 180 calendar days  has elapsed or the employee's balance is exhausted.  Each employees' mid‐term  coverage balance is reduced by full day(s) or one‐half day(s) as appropriate for  each usage.      6. If the employee uses all short‐term coverage before the end of the year in which  credited, they may use vacation or leave of absence without pay with the  supervisor's approval for disability absences of two consecutive days or less.      7. An employee may use vacation or leave without pay for absences up to 8  consecutive days eligible for mid‐term coverage with or without a remaining  balance with the supervisor's prior approval.  Requests for leave of absence  without pay in excess of 8 days requires prior city manager approval.  Such  substitutions shall be documented on the Personnel Action Form to confirm use  of vacation, floating holiday or leave of absence without pay for disability  purposes.      12.4 Short‐ and Mid‐Term Coverage Maximum Usage Accrual.  The maximum number  of work days for which an employee may receive paid short‐term and/or mid‐ term disability benefits under this policy during the employee's career with the  city shall be 300 eight‐hour work days or 2400 hours.  An employee shall not be  provided benefits beyond the amount of their balance.  Upon reaching this  maximum, the employee will no longer be eligible to receive paid disability  benefits under this section.      12.5 Administration of Short and Mid‐Term Coverage:  This policy shall be administered  by the employee's supervisor.  The procedures set forth below will be followed in  administering the policy:      1. The disability benefits provided by this policy, including such other  benefits as the employee may be entitled to receive such as, but not  limited to, Worker's Compensation or personal injury protection  coverage, shall not exceed the employee's regular straight time earnings  as of the initial date of disability.      2. Disability benefits shall be calculated at the employee's regular straight  time earning rate as of the date the disability leave originally  111 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    17    commenced.  In no instance shall an employee receive disability leave  benefits under the provisions of this policy in excess of the employee's  normal weekly compensation less federal and state income taxes.      3. To be eligible to receive disability leave benefits, an employee shall  inform the immediate supervisor not later than 30 minutes after the  time the employee was scheduled to begin work or as provided by  departmental rules.  Employees are responsible for keeping the  supervisor advised on at least a weekly basis of their disability status to  remain eligible for paid benefits.      4. The city shall reserve the right to have its own physician examine the  employee periodically to render an opinion dispositive on whether the  employee is able to return to productive work with the city.  If, in the  city's sole judgment, an employee is deemed to be able to resume  productive work for the city, the employee shall be directed to report to  an appropriate work assignment.  If the employee fails to report for work  as directed, paid benefits shall be terminated upon recommendation of  the supervisor and approval of the city manager.      5. When an employee requests any disability leave benefits, a physician's  statement may be required by the supervisor upon the employee's  return to work and before payment of benefits.  The physician's  statement must indicate the nature and length of the disability, any  restrictions which the disability places upon the employee's ability to  perform the work of the position and attest to the employee's ability to  return to work.  An employee who has been asked by the supervisor to  provide such a statement shall not be allowed to receive benefits until  complying with this provision.  In the event the period of disability  exceeds four (4) days, the employee will be responsible for submitting a  physician's statement acceptable to the supervisor prior to receiving  benefits under this program.  Upon returning to work, the employee  shall complete and submit to the supervisor the prescribed personnel  action form stating the nature and duration of the disability for which  benefits are requested.  The city manager may waive the provision of  this section at their sole discretion.      6. An employee who makes a false claim of disability leave shall be subject  to disciplinary measures, including discharge, which in the opinion of the  supervisor and/or city manager is justified by the circumstances  involved.      7. While receiving paid benefits under this section the employee will  continue to accrue vacation leave and receive city contributions to  112 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    18    retirement and insurance programs sponsored by the city in which the  employee participates.  Holiday pay will be administered in accordance  with Article X.      8. Short‐term and mid‐term coverage balances shall not be converted to  any other form, i.e., cash, vacation, or any other thing of value at any  time for any purpose for any employee.      12.6     If the use demonstrates an absence pattern or excessive use and/or abuse, further  use may be disallowed or the employee may be subject to discipline.         1.  The decision to grant or deny paid disability benefits shall be made by the  employee's supervisor subject to the approval of the city manager.  If the  request is denied, the employee may discuss the matter with the  supervisor and the city manager.  Following such meeting, the city  manager shall reevaluate the employee's request and make a decision  on the request.  The decision of the city manager following such meeting  shall be final.      12.7 Eligibility for Long‐Term Disability.  Long‐term disability leave is authorized  absence from duty with pay granted full‐time employees of the city.  Long‐term  disability benefits shall be available to eligible full‐time employees based  exclusively upon the terms and conditions contained in the contract with the city  and its long‐term disability insurer. The terms and benefits under the program are  subject to change from time to time. A complete copy of the contract dealing with  the terms and conditions for the long‐term disability benefits program shall be on  file with the Finance Department and shall be available for review by employees.    12.8 Benefits.  The current issued long‐term disability program provides for the  following benefits.      1. Elimination Period.  Benefits are payable commencing with the 181st  calendar day of disability.      2. The eligible employee shall receive 66‐2/3% of the employee's regular  straight time compensation as of the date the disability commenced, not  to exceed $6,000 per month, subject to coordination with any and all  other disability benefits whether provided by the city or another public  agency.        3. When on approved paid long‐term disability leave the employee shall not  receive city contributions to retirement and insurance programs  considered as time in active service unless this paragraph is specifically  waived by the city manager.   113 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    19       4. All employees of the unit eligible for long‐term disability insurance  coverage shall pay, through payroll deduction, the full cost of such  coverage.        ARTICLE XIII.  EMERGENCY/FUNERAL LEAVE   13.1  Emergency/funeral leave may be granted to regular full‐time city employees by the  employee's immediate supervisor.  To be eligible for emergency/funeral leave an  employee must furnish adequate proof that a death has occurred within the  employee's immediate family or that a member of the immediate family suffers  from a debilitating personal illness or accidental bodily injury such that their physical  care requires the continuous presence of the employee.      The term "immediate family" shall include the spouse, adult child, mother, father,  brother, sister of the employee, or grandmother or grandfather of the employee or  spouse, mother‐in‐law or father‐in‐law.  Relatives of the employees other than those  above‐listed shall not be considered members of the immediate family for the  purposes of this policy, except that an employee may receive funeral leave benefits  in the event of the death of his/her child.      13.2  Paid emergency/funeral leave may be granted for one, two or three workdays where  the supervisor concludes such leave is warranted provided that not more than three  shifts of paid emergency leave per calendar year, to be accrued on January 1 of each  year, shall be allowed. The immediate supervisor shall grant or deny such requests  and maintain records of emergency leave granted.     ARTICLE XIV.  INJURY ON DUTY LEAVE   14.1   In those cases where an Employee is injured on duty through no misconduct of the  Employee's own and while safely performing assigned duties, the Employee shall be  eligible for Injury On Duty Leave.  The Employee must report the injury within  twenty‐four (24) hours of its occurrence to qualify for such leave.  The city manager  shall review each case and make a determination based on the foregoing criteria  and shall make a final and binding determination on the Employee's eligibility for  such leave.        14.2   No Employee shall be granted Injury On Duty Leave until the Employee has been  absent from duty for a period of forty (40) hours.  If an employee is hospitalized for  more than 48 hours immediately following an injury, the forty (40) hour waiting  period shall be waived.  During this period the Employee shall be required to utilize  their disability leave as provided in Article 12.      14.3   If an Employee is found to be eligible for Injury On Duty Leave, in accordance with  the provisions of Section 14.1 and 14.2 above, they shall receive supplementary  payments from the EMPLOYER equal to the difference between the total amount of  114 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    20    all other injury related benefits and their normal rate of pay.  Such supplementary  payments shall not continue for more than one‐hundred and five (105) consecutive  calendar days and shall not be charged against the Employee's disability leave.      14.4   Injury On Duty Leave shall extend for a maximum of one‐hundred and five (105)  consecutive calendar days.  The EMPLOYER may require the injured Employee to be  examined by a physician or consultant selected by the EMPLOYER in order to  determine whether the Employee is able to return to work pursuant to the  provisions of 14.5 below:      14.5  Injury On Duty Leave shall be terminated by the EMPLOYER at such time as:      1. The Employee is able to return to work;      2. A duly qualified physician determines that the Employee is able to perform  duties for the EMPLOYER for which the Employee is or may reasonably become  qualified to perform by experience, education or training.     ARTICLE XV.  INSURANCE    15.1. For 2024 and 2025, employees are eligible for employer sponsored group health,  dental, life and disability programs, and the employer contribution shall be set at  the same rate as provided to other non‐exempt employees of the City of Plymouth.  If 2025 plans reflect an aggregate decrease in benefits, the union and city agree to  meet and confer.      ARTICLE XVI.  CLOTHING ALLOWANCE   16.1  On January 1 and July 1 of each year of this contract, regular employees who have  successfully completed the probationary period shall be paid the following allowances:   January 1: 550.00; July 1: 550.00  ($1,100 total)    This allowance is for the purchase, maintenance, repair and replacement of  uniforms and equipment provided by the Employee and for the civilian clothing for  those Employees assigned to work in plain clothes.  The EMPLOYER shall provide  uniformed Employees with the following items:  badge, cap badge, collar brass,  shoulder patches, helmet, mace and mace holder.      The EMPLOYER shall pay selected vendor(s) up to $1,500 onetime for an initial  uniform issue for new hires.   Uniform items are determined by the police chief.   All items are returned to the city after separation.    16.2    In the event the Employer mandates a uniform change, the Employer will give  employees one year from the date of notice before full compliance with the change  is required.  If the Employer chooses to effect the change with less than one year’s  115 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    21    notice the Employer shall reimburse employees for receipted costs to comply.  A  change mandated by state or Federal law will not be reimbursed.      ARTICLE XVII.  WAGES   17.1  Step merit wage increases shall not be considered automatic, rather shall be  dependent upon the recommendation of the Employee's immediate supervisor, the  police chief, and approved by the city manager.  Such merit increases shall normally  be considered annually at the Employee's anniversary date and be made effective  on the pay period nearest the Employee's anniversary date which shall be  considered the Employee's date of last hiring.       17.2  It is understood that the wage rates established pursuant to this Agreement have  been arrived at between the parties recognizing the fact that no special  supplemental forms of compensation, such as longevity pay or educational incentive  pay, are provided Employees.  The parties recognize that the base wage provided  for in this Agreement is a more equitable way of compensating Employees than  through the use of special supplemental forms of compensation, such as longevity  pay or educational incentive pay, and the wage rates established hereby recognize  this understanding.      17.3 Employees shall be compensated according to the following hourly rates, based on  a 2080‐hour year:    PP1 2024:   Entry 6 mo 1 year 2 years 3 years 4 years 9 years 12 years  Police Officer $38.34  $39.87 $41.27 $43.88 $46.20 $48.93 $51.16 $52.91  Investigator    $46.04 $48.38 $51.09 $53.32 $55.11                 PP1 2025:   Police Officer $40.25  $41.86 $43.33 $46.07 $48.51 $51.38 $53.71 $55.55  Investigator    $48.34 $50.80 $53.64 $55.99 $57.87     Promoted investigators shall be hired into the step which represents their current years  of service and shall be eligible for step advancement at the same time they would be if  they had not been promoted. Nothing in this section shall preclude the employer from  negotiating a higher entry‐level wage if the employer determines that a new hire’s  relevant experience and education permit such higher rate.  Step advancement requires  satisfactory or better performance as determined by the chief of police.    17.4 Employees assigned in writing by the employer to serve in a temporary, rotating  capacity in the assignments of school resource officer (SRO) or special investigations  unit (SIU) shall receive supplemental pay in the amount of $1.00 per hour added to  the employee’s base pay for the duration of the assignment.    116 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    22    Employees assigned in writing by the employer to serve in a temporary, rotating  capacity in the assignment of investigations officer shall receive supplemental pay  in the amount of $2.00 per hour added to the employee’s base pay for the duration  of the assignment.     This article does not in any way infringe upon the employer’s unilateral right to  determine and make assignments or re‐assignments of employees. The decisions of  issuance or denial of supplemental pay may be grieved but not arbitrated.     ARTICLE XVIII.  DURATION   18.1  Term of Contract.  This contract shall become effective as of January 1, 2024, and  shall continue in full force and effect to and including December 31, 2025.      18.2  Effect of Contract.  Any and all prior agreements, resolutions, practices, policies,  rules and regulations regarding terms and conditions of employment, to the extent  inconsistent with the provisions of this contract, are hereby superseded.      18.3  Termination or Modification.  Either party desiring to terminate or modify this  contract must notify the other party.  A notice of desire to modify this contract shall  set forth specifically all proposed modifications sought by the party.        Negotiations with respect to proposed modifications may commence at any time after  notice of proposed modifications has been given.     18.4  Negotiations During Term.  The parties mutually acknowledge that during the  negotiations which resulted in this contract, each had the opportunity to make  demands and proposals regarding terms and conditions of employment.  All  understandings and agreements arrived at by the parties are set forth in this  contract.  For the duration of this contract, the EMPLOYER and LELS each voluntarily  and unqualifiedly waives the right to meet and negotiate regarding any and all terms  and conditions of employment, whether or not specifically referred to or covered in  this contract, even though such matters may not have been within the knowledge  or contemplation of either or both of the parties at the time this contract was  negotiated or executed.    18.5  Full Agreement.  The EMPLOYER and LELS agree that this Agreement contains all of  the terms and conditions of employment which have been arrived at the that the  EMPLOYER shall not be obligated to provide or maintain any terms and conditions  of employment not provided herein.            117 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    23      IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this contract as follows:    LAW ENFORCEMENT LABOR     CITY OF PLYMOUTH  SERVICES, INC. LOCAL 18‐‐Patrol    _______________________________             ______________________________                                                                                  MAYOR  _______________________________    _______________________________            _______________________________                                                                                   CITY MANAGER  _______________________________      APPROVED BY RESOLUTION NO.           DATE:         118 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    24      MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING       AGREEMENT made this 1st day of January 2024, by and between the CITY OF PLYMOUTH, a  Minnesota municipal corporation (“City” or “Plymouth”) and LAW ENFORCEMENT LABOR  SERVICES, INC. (“LELS”), Local 18 (PATROL OFFICERS).    RECITALS     A. The terms and conditions of the use of disability leave is governed by a labor agreement  between the City and LELS (“Labor Agreement”).     B. The parties wish to clarify the definition and application of intermittent mid‐term  disability leave (MTD).           NOW, THEREFORE, THE PARTIES AGREE AS FOLLOWS:    1.  Intermittent mid‐term disability leave is defined as using MTD over non‐ consecutive days:  a. For FMLA approved events as determined by Human Resources, or   b. In the case of an accepted workers’ compensation claim, to attend  mandatory department training to maintain credentials.     2. For each instance of requested intermittent mid‐term disability leave, an  employee must first use two consecutive full workdays of short‐term disability  leave.    3. All other provisions of Article XII Disability Leave will apply normally.      4.  This Memorandum of Understanding will sunset at 11:59PM on December  31,2025.                           CITY OF PLYMOUTH     LELS, INC. LOCAL 18 ‐ Patrol    By: ___________________________    By: ______________________________                Dave Callister, City Manager               Doug Henning, Business Agent              Dated: ______________________    Dated: __________________        119 2024‐2025 City of Plymouth/LELS Police Officer Labor Agreement    25    MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING       AGREEMENT made this 1st day of January 2024, by and between the CITY OF PLYMOUTH, a  Minnesota municipal corporation (“City” or “Plymouth”) and LAW ENFORCEMENT LABOR  SERVICES, INC. (“LELS”), Local 18 (PATROL OFFICERS).    RECITALS  A. The terms and conditions of insurance are governed by a labor agreement between the  City and LELS (“Labor Agreement”).  B. The City has suspended the School Resource Officer assignment after a change to state  law which creates uncertainties and liability questions for the department.  C. The parties wish to enter into an alternative agreement for officers assigned to perform  supplemental duties relating to juveniles.    D. Patrol officers serving in a juvenile officer assignment shall function as the law  enforcement presence responsible for responding to and investigating incidents that  occur in local schools.    NOW, THEREFORE, THE PARTIES AGREE AS FOLLOWS:  Effective January 1, 2024, employees assigned in writing by the employer to serve in a  temporary capacity in the assignment of juvenile officer shall receive supplemental pay  in the amount of $1.00 per hour added to the employee’s base pay. This MOU does not  in any way infringe upon the employer’s unilateral right to determine and make  assignments or re‐assignments of employees. The decisions of issuance or denial of  supplemental pay may be grieved but not arbitrated.    This MOU will sunset on 12/31/2025 at 11:59 pm or upon the city ending the juvenile officer  assignment, whichever occurs first.                      CITY OF PLYMOUTH     LELS, INC. LOCAL 18 ‐ Patrol    By: ___________________________    By: ______________________________                Dave Callister, City Manager               Doug Henning, Business Agent              Dated: ______________________    Dated: __________________    120 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-314 RESOLUTION APPROVING THE 2024-2025 LABOR AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH AND LAW ENFORCEMENT LABOR SERVICES (LELS)--POLICE OFFICERS LOCAL #18 WHEREAS, representatives of the City of Plymouth and Law Enforcement Labor Services, representing Plymouth Police Officers have met to negotiate a labor contract in accordance with the Public Employee Labor Relations Act; and WHEREAS, the city manager has reported that an agreement has been reached for the period of January 1, 2024 through December 31, 2025; and WHEREAS, the mayor and the city manager are authorized to execute the agreement. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA that it does approve the labor agreement between the City of Plymouth and LELS Police Officers, for the period of January 1, 2024, through December 31, 2025. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 121 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.17 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Ali Timpone, Human Resources Director Reviewed by:Dave Callister, City Manager Item:Approve the City Manager's request to be included in PERA 1.Action Requested: Adopt resolution approving the city manager's request to revoke his previous exclusion from the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) Coordinated Plan and be prospectively included effective the first pay period of 2024. 2.Background: Dave Callister was appointed Plymouth's city manager on July 15, 2013. In accordance with state statute, city managers can choose to be excluded from participation in PERA's Coordinated Plan. Mr. Callister elected to be excluded from PERA and city council authorized this decision in Resolution 2013-299, and further authorized an equivalent city contribution to an eligible deferred compensation plan in lieu of PERA contributions. State statute allows city managers the ability to revoke this exclusion decision, provided that they submit written notice and the decision is supported by a resolution of the city council. Mr. Callister has provided such written election for inclusion in PERA's Coordinated Plan and understands that this decision is irrevocable. Further, Mr. Callister agrees not to seek authorization to purchase service credit for any period of excluded service as required by state statute and understands that the previously authorized deferred compensation contribution from the city will end upon PERA enrollment. 3.Budget Impact: There is no budget impact due to this change, as contributions previously directed towards deferred compensation will instead be provided to PERA. 4.Attachments: City Council Resolution 2023-315 122 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-315 RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CITY MANAGER’S CHOICE TO PARTICIPATE IN PERA’S COORDINATED PLAN WHEREAS, Dave Callister is the city manager of the City of Plymouth having been duly appointed effective July 15, 2013; and WHEREAS, in accordance with Minnesota Statutes 353.028 and by City Council Resolution 2013-299, Mr. Callister previously elected to be excluded from membership in the Coordinated Plan of the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) at the time of hire; and WHEREAS, PERA provides city managers with the ability to reverse this original decision and allows city managers to participate and contribute on prospective earnings until termination of service; and WHEREAS, Mr. Callister has provided the city with a copy of such written election for inclusion in the Coordinated Plan; and WHEREAS, the city manager understands that the decision to reverse the original exclusion from the plan is irrevocable and Mr. Callister agrees that he will not at any time in the future seek any authorization to purchase service credit for any period of excluded service; and WHEREAS, the previously authorized deferred compensation contribution that the city provided in lieu of PERA employer contributions will end upon Mr. Callister’s enrollment in PERA’s Coordinated Plan. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBY RESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF PLYMOUTH,MINNESOTA that City Manager Dave Callister’s decision to revoke exclusion and be prospectively included in PERA’s Coordinated Plan is hereby approved effective the first pay period of 2024. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 123 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.18 To:Park and Recreation Advisory Commission Prepared by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Parks and Recreation Director Reviewed by:Jennifer Tomlinson, Director of Parks and Recreation Item:Accept donations and sponsorships to the City of Plymouth 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution accepting general donations and sponsorships made to the city from January through December 2023 for facilities, special events, programs, and equipment. 2.Background: Over the course of the year, the city receives numerous donations and sponsorships from community businesses, organizations, and individuals. Donations received by the city help support, enhance and augment facilities, events, programs, and equipment for city services. Some highlights of donations and sponsorships from the past year include: - Donation from Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Assocation for Plymouth Creek Park batting cage - Donation from the estate of Ron Mielke for Meadows Playfield - Donation from Wayzata Youth Hockey Association for updates at the Plymouth Ice Center and walkie talkies - Donation from Plymouth Civic League for Plymouth Police at Music in Plymouth Overall, the city received $169,902.53 in monetary sponsorships and $1,403 from in-kind donations. 3.Budget Impact: Donations received throughout the year help offset expenditures and allow for departments to enhance facilities, programs, and services. Overall sponsorship from monetary and in-kind support totaled $171,305.53 4.Attachments: City Council Resolution 2023-316 124 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-316 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS FOR CITY OF PLYMOUTH WHEREAS, over the course of the year, the City of Plymouth receives numerous financial, sponsorship, and merchandise donations from community businesses and organizations; and WHEREAS, donations and sponsorships received by the City of Plymouth help support, enhance and augment all of the facilities, events, programs and services held each year for the community; and WHEREAS, donations and sponsorships, in the tables below, have been contributed between January and December 2023. Financial Donations Sponsor Description Amount Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Association Plymouth Creek Park Batting Cage $71,946.67 Wayzata Youth Hockey Association Plymouth Ice Center $33,280.64 Ron Mielke Estate Meadows Playfield Donation $26,019.24 Plymouth Lions Club Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $6,250.00 Plymouth Historical Society Dissolution of Historical Society $5,002.98 First Student Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $5,000.00 Plymouth Civic League Fire and Ice Fireworks $4,000.00 Allina Health Aetna Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $2,250.00 Kristen Blanck Parks & Forestry –Memorial Bench $2,000.00 Mike Rejsa Parks & Forestry –Memorial Bench $2,000.00 Janet Stroebl Parks & Forestry –Memorial Bench $2,000.00 Plymouth Smiles Dentistry Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $1,750.00 Code Ninjas Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $1,750.00 New Horizons Academy Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $1750.00 Kim Starr Parks & Forestry -Memorial Tree at Lake Camelot $1,000.00 Alice Plumb Parks & Forestry -Roger Plumb Memorial Tree $1,000.00 Plymouth Civic League Police Donation –Music in Plymouth $600.00 Jennifer Boyce Parks & Forestry –Memorial Tree $500.00 School of Rock Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $500.00 Bach to Rock Sponsorship Program for Recreation Events $500.00 Bruce and Barbara Jensen Historical Society Donation $500.00 Ron Mielke Trust Memorial Donation for Parks & Recreation $153.00 Mark Youngblood Donation for Parks &Recreation in Memory of Ron Mielke $100.00 125 Resolution 2023-316 Page 2 Kip Sparby Donation for Parks & Recreation in Memory of Ron Mielke $50.00 TOTAL $169,902.53 In-Kind Donations Sponsor Description Amount Len Busch Florist Roses for Veterans Breakfast $250.00 Plymouth Smiles Dentistry Gift Basket Viva Las Vegas $200.00 Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area Gift Basket Viva Las Vegas $126.00 Edible Arrangements Gift Basket Viva Las Vegas $100.00 Rock Elm Tavern Gift Basket Viva Las Vegas $100.00 Luce Line Brewing Brewery Tour, Tasting Flight Viva Las Vegas $100.00 Mulligans Indoor Golf Gift Card Viva Las Vegas $75.00 Nautical Bowls Cooler and Five Free Bowls $75.00 Mann Theaters Four Complimentary Passes Viva Las Vegas $52.00 Lunds & Byerlys Senior Programs $50.00 Lucky Shots Pinball Gift Card Viva Las Vegas $50.00 Honey & Mackie’s Gift Card Viva Las Vegas $50.00 Emagine Entertainment Gift Card Viva Las Vegas $50.00 Sunshine Factory Gift Card Viva Las Vegas $50.00 Cub Foods Gift Card for Senior Programs $50.00 How Sweet It Is Cookie Basket Viva Las Vegas $25.00 TOTAL $1,403.00 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA, that all donations and sponsorships made to all department’s facilities, special events, programs, and equipment are hereby accepted. Approved by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 126 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:6.19 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Natalie Dorcy, Office Support Representative Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Approve tobacco license application of Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101 1.Action Requested: Adopt attached resolution approving tobacco license application of Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101. 2.Background: Kelli and Gray, LLC has submitted an application for a tobacco license as the new owner of Merwin Liquor, located at 10200 6th Avenue North, #101. This is an existing establishment currently owned by Merwin Liquors Plymouth LLC. The new tradename of the establishment will be shortened from Merwin Liquors Plymouth to Merwin Liquor. 3.Budget Impact: License fee has been received. 4.Attachments: City Council Resolution 2023-317 127 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-317 RESOLUTION APPROVING TOBACCO LICENSE APPLICATION OF KELLI AND GRAY, LLC D/B/A MERWIN LIQUOR, 10200 6TH AVENUE NORTH, #101 WHEREAS, Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, has submitted a tobacco license application for Merwin Liquor located at 10200 6th Avenue North, #101; and WHEREAS, the license fee has been received. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the tobacco license application submitted by Kelli and Gray, LLC for Merwin Liquor at 10200 6th Avenue North #101 is approved for a license period to expire December 31, 2024. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 128 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:7.1 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Natalie Dorcy, Office Support Representative Reviewed by:Jodi Gallup, City Clerk/Administrative Coordinator Item:Public hearing on off-sale intoxicating liquor license application of Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101, Plymouth 1.Action Requested: Following public hearing, adopt attached resolution approving off-sale intoxicating liquor license application of Kelli and Gray, LLC d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101, Plymouth. 2.Background: Kelli and Gray, LLC has submitted an application for an off-sale liquor license as the new owner of Merwin Liquor, located at 10200 6th Avenue North, #101. This is an existing establishment currently owned by Merwin Liquors Plymouth LLC. The new tradename of the establishment will be shortened from Merwin Liquors Plymouth to Merwin Liquor. The Police Department has conducted their background investigation and has found no reason to deny the license. Approval is pending based upon the submission of all supporting documents. The required notification was provided to property owners within 500 feet of the site per City Code 1201.25. 3.Budget Impact: Required investigation and license fees have been received. 4.Attachments: Location Map Property Owners within 500' City Council Resolution 2023-318 129 He nn epin Co u n ty L oc ate & N o tify Map 0 200 400100 Feet Da te : 11 /21/2 023 Buffer Size:500Map Co mm e nts : Th is d ata (i) is furn ish ed 'AS IS' with no represen ta tion as tocompleteness or accuracy; (ii) is fu rn ish ed with n o warra nty of anykind; an d (iii) is n ot suitable for le ga l, eng ineerin g or surve yingpurposes. Hennepin County shall not b e liab le for a ny da ma ge , in ju ryor loss resu lting from this dat a. 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LOUIS PARK MN 55416 40 36-118-22 42 0012 DAVID F ANDRADE 330 QUAKER LA N PLYMOUTH MN 55441 40 36-118-22 42 0015 ANN M ROBINSON 335 QUAKER LA N PLYMOUTH MN 55441 40 36-118-22 42 0016 VINCENT R POPE 415 QUAKER LA N PLYMOUTH MN 55441 40 36-118-22 42 0024 INSPIRE BRANDS ATTN: TAX DPT 5TH FLOOR 3 GLENLAKE PARKWAY ATLANTA GA 30328 40 36-118-22 42 0025 STARCO LLC C/O BACHMAN'S INC 6010 LYNDALE AVE S MPLS MN 55419 40 36-118-22 42 0027 10000 HIGHWAY 55 #1 LLC 229 MINNETONKA AVE S #1200 MINNETONKA MN 55305 132 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-318 RESOLUTION APPROVING OFF-SALE INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION OF KELLI AND GRAY, LLC D/B/A MERWIN LIQUOR, 10200 6TH AVENUE NORTH, #101 WHEREAS, Kelli and Gray, LLC. d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101, has submitted an application for Off-Sale Intoxicating Liquor at this address; and WHEREAS, the Police Department has conducted a background investigation and has found no reason to deny the application. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the Off-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License application of Kelli and Gray, LLC. d/b/a Merwin Liquor, 10200 6th Avenue North, #101, is approved for a license period that will expire January 31, 2025. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that approval is contingent upon the city receiving all documentation as required in the liquor license application. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 133 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:7.2 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Erik Fadden, Public Safety Director Reviewed by:Erik Fadden, Public Safety Director Item:Continuation of public hearing on wine and on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor license applications of L & P Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Lucky Street Thai Street Food And Sushi, 1400 County Road 101, Unit I 1.Action Requested: Following public hearing, adopt attached resolution denying wine and on-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor license applications of L & P Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Lucky Street Thai Street Food And Sushi, 1400 County Road 101, Unit I. 2.Background: L & P Enterprises, LLC purchased Lucky Street from Tiger Sushi LLC on September 5, 2023 and entered into a lease agreement with MS GANDY, LLC on September 15, 2023 for the existing restaurant located at 1400 County Road 101, Unit I. L & P Enterprises, LLC has added onto the original name and will now be doing business as Lucky Street Thai Street Food And Sushi. Besides the name change, they intend on keeping everything the same as the original restaurant. A criminal background investigation was completed by the Police Department and notification was provided to property owners within 500 feet of the site. Based on the results of the criminal background investigation, the Police Department is recommending the application be denied based on MSS 340A.402 Subd. 1(3) which requires applicants to be of good moral character and repute. 3.Budget Impact: There is no impact to the budget. 4.Attachments: Location Map Property Owners within 500' Floor Plans State Statute 340A.402 Plymouth City Code 1201.23 City Council Resolution 2023-319 134 135 He nn epin Co u n ty L oc ate & N o tify Map 0 200 400100 Feet Da te : 11 /8/20 23 Buffer Size:500Map Co mm e nts : Th is d ata (i) is furn ish ed 'AS IS' with no represen ta tion as tocompleteness or accuracy; (ii) is fu rn ish ed with n o warra nty of anykind; an d (iii) is n ot suitable for le ga l, eng ineerin g or surve yingpurposes. Hennepin County shall not b e liab le for a ny da ma ge , in ju ryor loss resu lting from this dat a. 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The Alcohol and Gambling​ Enforcement Division or licensing authority may require that fingerprints be taken and forwarded to the​ Federal Bureau of Investigation for purposes of a criminal history check.​ Subd. 2.Background check.(a) A retail liquor license may be issued by a city, a county, or the​ commissioner. The chief of police is responsible for the background checks prior to a city issuing a retail​ liquor license. A county sheriff is responsible for the background checks prior to the county issuing a retail​ liquor license and for those cities that do not have a police department. The commissioner is responsible for​ the background checks prior to the state issuing a retail liquor license.​ (b) The applicant for a retail license must provide the appropriate authority with the applicant's signed,​ written informed consent to conduct a background check. The appropriate authority is authorized to query​ the Minnesota criminal history repository for records on the applicant. If the appropriate authority conducts​ a national criminal history records check, the appropriate authority must obtain fingerprints from the applicant​ and forward the fingerprints and the required fee to the superintendent of the Bureau of Criminal​ Apprehension. The superintendent may exchange the fingerprints with the Federal Bureau of Investigation​ for purposes of obtaining the applicant's national criminal history record information. The superintendent​ shall return the results of the national criminal history records check to the appropriate authority for the​ purpose of determining if the applicant is qualified to receive a license.​ History: 1985 c 305 art 6 s 2; 1986 c 330 s 5; 1987 c 152 art 1 s 1; 1989 c 49 s 1; 1991 c 249 s 3; 1993​ c 350 s 9; 1994 c 611 s 15; 1996 c 323 s 4; 2002 c 321 s 6; 2013 c 82 s 35; 2023 c 63 art 6 s 50​ Official Publication of the State of Minnesota​ Revisor of Statutes​ 340A.402​MINNESOTA STATUTES 2023​1​ 143 1201.23. - Criminal Background Investigations. Subd. 1. Applications. A. At the time of making an initial application, or renewal application, or request for a new Operating Manager, the applicant shall, in writing, authorize the Police Department to investigate all facts set out in the application and complete a personal backg round and criminal record check on the applicant and Operating Manager. The applicant shall further authorize the Police Department to release information received from such investigation to the Council. B. Should the Council deny the applicant's request for a license due, partially or solely, to the applicant's prior conviction of a crime, the Council shall notify the applicant of the grounds and reasons for the denial; the applicable complaint and grievance procedure as set forth in Minnesota Statutes, Section 364.06; the earliest date the applicant may reapply for a license; and that all competent evidence of rehabilitation will be considered upon reapplication. 1201.27. - Information Considered for License Approval. Subd. 1. The Council shall consider the following in addition to conformity with state statutes and city ordinances in determining whether a new or renewal license shall be approved: A. Criminal background investigative report submitted by the Police Department; B. Applicant is a convicted felon, has a driver's license that was cancelled as inimical to public safety, and/or a pattern of alcohol-related offenses. C. Information received through the public hearing process; D. Whether the applicant has or will take affirmative action to minimize public safety problems commonly associated with on-sale liquor establishments, including but not limited to DWI drivers, illegal sale to minors, disturbing the peace, etc.; E. Any other relevant information. 1201.33. - Persons Ineligible for License. A. State Law. No license shall be granted to or held by any person per Minnesota Statutes, Section 340A.402. B. Operating Manager. No license shall be granted to a corporation that does not have an Operating Manager who is eligible pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter. C. Real Party in Interest. No license shall be granted to a person who is the spouse of a person ineligible for a license under this Chapter or who, in the judgment of the Council, is not the real party in inte rest or beneficial owner of the business operated, or to be operated, under the license. D. Interest Defined. The term "interest" as used in this Section includes any pecuniary interest in the ownership, operation, management or profits of a retail liquor establishment, but does not include: bona fide loans; bona fide fixed sum rental agreements; bona fide open accounts or other obligations held with or without security arising out of the ordinary and regular course of business of selling or leasing merchandise, fixtures or supplies to such establishment; or an interest of ten percent or less in any corporation holding a city liquor license. A person who receives monies from time to time directly or indirectly from a licensee in the absence of a bona fide consideration therefor and excluding bona fide gifts or donations, shall be deemed to have a pecuniary interest in such retail license. In determining "bona fide", the reasonable value of the goods or things received as consideration for the payment by the licensee and all other facts reasonably tending to prove or disprove the existence of any purposeful scheme or arrangement to evade the prohibitions of this Section shall be considered. E. Outstanding Debts. No license shall be granted or renewed for operation on any premises on which real estate taxes, assessments, or other financial claims of the City or of the State are due, delinquent, or unpaid. If an action has been commenced pursuant to the provisions of Minnesota Statutes 278, 144 questioning the amount or validity of taxes, the Council may, on application by the licensee, waive strict compliance with this provision; no waiver may be granted, however, for taxes, or any portion thereof, which remain unpaid for a period exceeding one year after becoming due unless such one- year period is extended through no fault of the licensee. 145 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-319 RESOLUTION DENYING WINE AND ON-SALE 3.2 PERCENT MALT LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS OF L & P ENTERPRISES, LLC D/B/A LUCKY STREET THAI STREET FOOD AND SUSHI, 1400 COUNTY ROAD 101, UNIT I WHEREAS, L & P ENTERPRISES, LLC d/b/a Lucky Street Thai Street Food And Sushi, 1400 County Road 101, Unit 1, has submitted applications for Wine and On-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor for a restaurant located at 1400 County Road 101, Unit I; and WHEREAS, the Police Department has conducted a background investigation and has found reason to deny the application. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the Wine and On-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor License applications of L & P ENTERPRISES, LLC d/b/a Lucky Street Thai Street Food And Sushi, 1400 County Road 101, Unit 1, are denied. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 146 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:7.3 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Andrea Rich, Finance Director Reviewed by:Andrea Rich, Finance Director Item:Public hearing on 2024 Budget; Property Tax Levies; Amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan; and 2024 Classification and Compensation Plan 1.Action Requested: Conduct public hearing and adopt the following: 1) Resolution approving proposed 2024 Budget 2) Resolutions approving General Property Tax Levy and HRA Levy for taxes payable in 2024 3) Resolution approving Amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) 4) Resolution approving the 2024 Classification and Compensation Plan 2.Background: Budget and Levies State statutes require cities to adopt a budget each year. The city has maintained a biennial budget to ensure greater stability and allow for extended expenditure planning. The 2024 budget is the first year of the 2024-2025 biennium. The proposed 2024 budget includes an overall property tax levy of $50,679,876 an increase of 7.5% over 2023. The proposed levy increase ensures service levels are appropriate for the community’s growth demands and continues investing in capital improvements and employees. The preliminary levy was adopted on September 26, 2023 with a 7.5% increase over 2023. The 2024 overall budget of $118.6 million includes an overall net increase from 2023 of $10.3 million (9.5%). The General Fund expenditures increased $3.8 million and all other funds increased a total of $6.5 million. The most significant changes in the General Fund budget are salary and benefits as personnel costs make up 64% of the General Fund budget. Other contributing increases are general inflation, final phase of the 2021A fire station debt, and capital for trails and parks. The change in full-time equivalent positions for all funds is a net increase of 8.7 positions. The new positions include an IT specialist to support public safety, new Destination Marketing Organization position, environmental stewardship project coordinator, water resources technician, facilities maintenance specialist (HVAC) and three trainee positions (police cadet, fire cadet, maintenance apprentice). Expenditure increases are offset by a variety of revenue sources including the levy and general service fees related to growth and development, such as permit and license fees, as well as other miscellaneous revenues. Due to the volatility in development, the city practices a conservative approach to budgeting permit revenues. When development is strong, the city anticipates revenues to exceed budget resulting in a surplus at year-end. Surpluses are typically redirected to invest in future capital needs or early debt retirement which helps stabilize the levy for a given year and not place an operational reliance on revenues that are not sustainable in the future. 147 The property tax impact to residents can vary due to differences in residential property values and shifting from other property types. On average, a $470,000 valued home would see an annual increase of $57 in the city’s portion of their taxes for taxes payable in 2024. A commercial property valued at $1 million would see an annual increase of $212. These figures could change as tax capacity figures are finalized. CIP The Amended 2024-2032 CIP was reviewed and recommended for approval by the Planning Commission on November 15, 2023. The 2024-2032 CIP was amended this year as a bridge to the budget cycle next year when capital vs operating will be the focus. The amended CIP reflects $319 million in capital projects that are anticipated to be completed during 2024 through 2032. Of that amount, $54 million is projected for 2024. Compensation Staff recommends the approval of 2024 non-union compensation and benefits contributions as described below: - In the City of Plymouth, six certified bargaining units represent approximately 75 percent of city employees. The remaining 25 percent of employees are non-represented. - All labor agreements expire December 31, 2023, and staff are in active negotiations with unsettled groups. - The city began a compensation study in 2022 and implemented new pay grids on July 8, 2023, for non-union staff as a steppingstone to a full implementation of a target pay of the 75th percentile of our peer cities (metro suburbs population 50,000 and more). - The 2024 classification and compensation plan reflects a general wage adjustment of 3% and an additional market adjustment of 1% to continue to make progress towards our target pay for 2024 in accordance with previous budget discussions. The increase in wages is effective on the first pay period which begins December 23, 2023 (payable on January 12, 2024). - The city manager’s performance evaluation process will happen in the first quarter of 2024. Once the evaluation process is complete, at a future meeting, staff will present council with a resolution addressing the city manager’s performance and pay. - Related to health insurance, the city had no change to premiums due to a multi-year agreement with HealthPartners. For 2023, the city received a 6% reduction in premiums, 0% in 2024, and a rate guarantee of no more than a 9% increase for 2025. The city was able to add a 5th plan option to employees without voiding the rate guarantee for 2024. The new plan provided a lower premium in exchange for a more restrictive network. - The table in the resolution reflects the city manager’s recommendation for the 2024 cost-sharing arrangement between the city and non-represented employees for health insurance. In general, the city pays the full premium of employee-only coverage and approximately 70% of the premium for family coverage, with a higher percentage contribution towards the lower cost plans. The city also provides a contribution to the employee’s HRA/VEBA account which can be used for tax-free reimbursement of eligible medical expenses. A higher VEBA contribution is provided for the lowest cost plan which is the most restrictive network. - The city is self-insured for dental insurance and pays the full dental premium for employees who elect single health insurance or waive health insurance. Rates have increased by 5% for 2024. - The approved contribution levels for health and dental insurance has been similarly offered to unionized groups who wish to agree to the same cost sharing arrangement as non-union staff. Staff recommends adoption of the 2024 Budget, property tax levies for taxes payable 2024, Amended 2024-2032 CIP, and the 2024 Classification and Compensation Plan. 148 3.Budget Impact: As indicated in attachments. 4.Attachments: Biennial Budget Memo 2024 2024 Budget & Levy presentation Amended 2024-2032 CIP by Funding Source Amended 2024-2032 CIP by Department City Council Resolution 2023-320 City Council Resolution 2023-321 City Council Resolution 2023-322 City Council Resolution 2023-323 City Council Resolution 2023-324 149 1 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL December 12, 2023 To the Honorable Mayor and City Council: We are pleased to submit the 2024/2025 biennial budget. The 2024/25 budget provides the City Council and residents with a balanced budget and a sound financial plan that maintains core service levels, expands public safety recruitment and pursues outlined strategic initiatives while remaining responsive to the financial concerns of Plymouth taxpayers. In 2024, the City Council set strategic initiatives for reimagining Plymouth City Center,redevelopment vision, environmental stewardship and remaining a city of choice for residents, businesses, organizations, visitors, employees and events (see more on page 9). The 2024 budget reflects a 7.5%increase in the property tax levy from 2023. This increase will ensure the city can maintain service levels, invest in the capital and personnel needs and meet new legislative requirements (e.g., extended early voting). The budget is a comprehensive decision-making document based on current city operations, services,and its policies and goals.Work began on the 2024/25 budget in June 2023. The City Council met with staff at several touch points over the past six months to provide direction in regard to a budget that meets Council goals and strategic initiatives, maintains core services,and is sensitive to tax impacts. A review and the approval of the preliminary property tax levies and budgets were held on September 26, 2023. A public hearing to solicit resident input was held on December 12, 2023. Please contact me at 763-509-5301, Deputy City Manager Maria Solano at 763-509-5051, or Finance Director Andrea Rich at 763-509-5320 with any questions. Respectfully Submitted, ____________________________ Dave Callister, City Manager 150 2 CITY OFFICIALS CITY COUNCIL Mayor Jeffry Wosje (Term Ends 12/31/26) Ward 1 Alise McGregor (Term Ends 12/31/24) Ward 2 Julie Peterson (Term Ends 12/31/26) Ward 3 Jim Davis (Term Ends 12/31/24) Ward 4 Julie Pointner (Term Ends 12/31/26) At-Large Clark Gregor (Term Ends 12/31/26) At-Large Jim Willis (Term Ends 12/31/24) EXECUTIVE STAFF City Manager Dave Callister Deputy City Manager Maria Solano Director of Community & Economic Development Grant Fernelius Director of Finance Andrea Rich Fire Chief Rodger Coppa Director of Human Resources Ali Timpone Director of Parks and Recreation Jennifer Tomlinson Director of Public Safety Erik Fadden Director of Public Works Michael Thompson BUDGET CONTACTS Finance Department Andrea Rich –Director Dalton Larson –Asst.Director Nancy Milavitz –Supervisor City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, Minnesota 55447 763-509-5000 www.plymouthmn.gov 151 3 GENERAL INFORMATION Plymouth, Minnesota is an innovative, forward-looking community located 10 miles northwest of Minneapolis. The community of approximately 81,000 residents is known for its healthy job base, strong schools, strategic location, array of housing choices and beautiful lakes.We are equally proud of our community facilities, well- planned park and trail system,and safe community. Residents have placed a premium on preserving open space, developing parks and building more than 160 miles of trails, many of which tie into regional trails. The community’s commitment to parks, trails and protecting natural areas reflects Plymouth’s active outdoor culture. Plymouth is home to several major community events, including the Primavera spring art exhibition, a summer concert series at the Hilde,and the winter Fire &Ice Festival. While all of the events are popular, the tradition of Music in Plymouth, where the Hilde hosts the Minnesota Orchestra,is the city’s signature event drawing more than 15,000 concert goers in July. In addition to being a top choice to live, Plymouth is a popular place to locate businesses. Employers provide more than 55,000 jobs. Historic timeline of significant city events are as follow: According to the most recent census (2020), the population of the City of Plymouth grew by 13%, increasing from 70,591 to 81,026.Plymouth’s population growth has slowed down since the turn of the century following strong residential growth in the 1980s and 1990s. The city is nearly built out with approximately 215 acres (of 22,500 total) remaining for development. 152 4 Parks & Trails Map The 35-square-mile city has 332 miles of city streets, 940 cul-de-sacs and over 1,000 wetlands. Several major highways pass through the city, including Interstate 494, State Highway 55 and US Highway 169, offering residents and businesses easy access. The map below highlights the parks and trails. 153 5 Demographics The following is data comparing the City of Plymouth to the State of Minnesota, Hennepin County and peer cities*. The city has low unemployment (4%), 74% owner-occupied housing rate, 64% of the population with a bachelor’s degree or higher, low poverty (4%), and a higher-than-average median household income and median value home. Obtained from Metropolitan Council & 2020 US Census Obtained from 2020 US Census 2022 Hennepin County Sales Report & Minnesota Realtors * Peer cities are those closest in proximity, a similar population and tax levy. 154 6 Economics Employment in the city approximates 55,000. Below are the top employers: Tax capacity is a unique property taxing system that is equivalent to multiplying the taxable market value of a property by its relevant class rate. The local tax rate of a taxing jurisdiction is determined by dividing the jurisdiction’s levy by the juridiction’s taxable net tax capacity. Rates often move in the opposite direction of net tax capacity, as shown in the chart below. Consistent with City Council goals, the city utilizes the increase in tax capacity to provide the same level of service to new areas of the city. Tax capacity is based upon the previous year’s assessed market value. Historically, tax capacity has increased as a result of new construction and overall market value. For the 2023 assessment, new construction attributing to growth was $163.6 million, which represented 1% of the overall 7.5% market value growth. Zayo Group Telecommunication services - fiber optics 2,000 ISD No. 284, Wayzata Elementary and secondary education 1,857 Medtronic Medical equipment & supplies 1,001 Huntington Bank Financial institution 1,000 U.S. Foods Wholesale food service distribution 700 Meritian Health Insurance - plan administrators 600 City of Plymouth Municipal government 515 Sterilmed, Inc.Rubber manufacturers & supplies 500 ICU Medical Medical equipment repair 420 Life Time Fitness Electronmedical/Therapeutic manufacturer 325 Source: Ehlers - Data Axle Reference Solutions, written/telephone survey, MN Dept of Employment & Economic Development Top Employers (Number of Employees) 155 7 Governing Body and Organizational Structure Plymouth operates as a Home Rule City according to a City Charter and ordinances, under a City Council-Manager form of government. Policymaking and legislative authority are vested in a City Council consisting of a mayor, two at-large council members and four ward council members. In addition to responding to public concerns, the City Council’s main responsibilities include: enacting ordinances, adopting the budget, appointing committees and hiring the city manager. The city manager is responsible for carrying out the policies and ordinances of the council, for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the city government, and for appointing the heads of the various departments. The City Council is elected on a nonpartisan basis. Council members serve staggered, four-year terms. 156 8 Following is the organizational chart: The 2024/25 budget includes the addition of 8.7 employees in 2024 and 8.0 in 2025. The new positions include public safety personnel, a position for the new destination marketing organization, an environmental stewardship project coordinator, maintenance specialists, and trainee programs for police, fire and streets. To address staffing shortages, the trainee programs offer an opportunity for those entering a career field to get a foot in the door and gain real-world working experience while getting paid. The table below shows FTEs, excluding elected officials, seasonal and temporary employees: Full-time Equivalents (FTEs) 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Total Employees 294.9 302.5 312.9 321.6 329.6 157 9 BUDGET PROCESS Strategic Themes and Goals In 2023, the City Council set the following strategic themes: Each year, the City Council reviews and adopts goals which help guide annual work plans and provide guidance for budgeting. High-Quality Service –Continue to provide high-quality services to all existing residents and businesses. Utilization of Tax Base –Utilize tax base from new growth to provide the same level of high-quality city services to new areas of the city. Sensitivity to Tax Increases –Be sensitive to property tax increases and their impact on taxpayers. Complete Budgeting –Address identified operational and capital needs for all departments. To the extent possible, address capital and equipment needs now by not deferring replacement to future years. Smart Surplus Utilization –Utilize annual budget surpluses for onetime capital needs, thus reducing future fiscal obligations. Plan for the Future –Utilize the 10-year financial plan to ensure the course is set for long- term financial stability . Stratgic Themes –Support the City Council’s strategic themes. City Center Reimagining Plymouth City Center, the city’s central area Environment Environmental Stewardship Redevelopment Vision Etablish clear expectations for projects while partnering with developers to meet the desired outcomes City of Choice To remain a city of choice for residents, businesses, organizations, visitors, employees and events 158 10 Budget Calendar For 2024, the city changed the biennial budget to an alternating year approach for the operating and capital budgets. While both operating and capital budgets will be reviewed every year, the majority of the planning, focus and effort will alternate between the two. In odd years, the city’s focus is on the operating budget; in even-numbered years, the focus will be on the capital plan. 2024/25 BIENNIAL BUDGET TIMELINE 2024/25 Departments prepare budgets June Meeting # 1 - Council Study Session - Budget Goals 6/27/2023 Departmental budgets submitted to Finance 6/30/2023 Department budget internal review meetings July Council regular session (Financial Overview) & Audit presentation 7/25/2023 Meeting # 2 - Council Study Session - Levy Impacted Funds & related CIP (General & Special Revenue)8/22/2023 Meeting # 3 - Council Study Session - Levy Impacted Funds & related CIP (General & Special Revenue)9/12/2023 Meeting # 4 - Council adopts preliminary levies & budget 9/26/2023 Meeting # 5 - Council Study Session Enterprise Funds Budget with Utility Study and related CIP 10/24/2023 Meeting # 6 - Council Study Session Internal Service Funds Budget Review and related CIP 11/14/2023 Planning Commission meeting (CIP only)11/15/2023 Meeting # 7 - Council Study Session (if needed)11/28/2023 Housing and Redevelopment Authority meeting (HRA only)12/7/2023 Budget Public Hearing - CIP, Budget, Levy, & Utility Rates Adoption 12/12/2023 Levy is certified with Hennepin County 12/28/2023 159 11 FINANCIAL INFORMATION Revenue Sources Property Taxes –The city levies taxes for general operating purposes, street reconstruction,park replacement and repayment of outstanding debt. Permits and Licenses –Building permits fees cover the cost of plan review and building/fire code compliance and fluctuate based on current construction within the city. License fees support the direct and indirect cost of issuing the license and policing the licensed activities. Intergovernmental Revenue –Primarily grants received from federal, state and county sources. Charges for Services –Best defined as user fees, they provide funding to operate programs and facilities from those who use them such as utility charges. Billings to Departments –Charges from the internal service funds to other funds for services provided. Contributions and Donations –Contribution revenues are typically received from charitable organizations for specific one-time expenditure purposes and/or to benefit a specific cause. Transfers In –Transfers primarily represent uses of fund balance in special revenue funds (e.g., transist) and enterprise funds (e.g., utilities) for planned capital purchases or to temporarily offset operational costs. Other –Includes refunds and reimbursements, fines/forfeitures (primarily by Police Department for legal violoations), investment income, administrative fees, and miscellaneous revenue. The graphs below demonstrate the city revenue streams by income source. 160 Expenditure Categories Salary and Benefits –Consist of salaries; overtime; health and life insurance benefits; city contributions for FICA, Medicare, PERA and Workers’ Compensation insurance; and other compensation-related costs. Material and Supplies –Office supplies, parts, employee development, dues and subscriptions, etc. Contractual Services –Includes services provided to the city by outside sources; including postage, printing, subscriptions and contracted services. Capital and Equipment –Capital expenditures are for capital purchases of items over $5,000 with a useful life of more than one year. Equipment expenditures are smaller equipment purchases of items not meeting the city’s capitalization threshold of $5,000. Allocations –Allocations include expenditures used to distribute the cost of operations of Internal Service Funds to the benefiting departments/divisions. Transfer Out –Transfers made for operational or capital purposes. Other Expenditures -A combination of miscellaneous expenses not otherwise categorized. The graphs below demonstrate how resources are allocated. Please note that, in addition to providing the total city budget, the figures incorporate the Capital Improvement Program totals. 161 13 TOTAL CITY BUDGET The city budget as shown below is the combined budget of all parts of the organization, excluding the Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA). Actual 2022 Budget Amended 2023 Budget Proposed 2024 Budget Proposed 2025 General Property Taxes 36,480,755 38,875,719 41,852,322 44,817,015 Permits and Licenses 3,938,766 3,621,335 3,698,185 3,704,060 Intergovernmental 18,755,183 9,237,236 10,210,143 10,647,353 Charges for Services 32,661,746 33,555,602 38,144,239 40,810,911 Billings to Departments 10,905,978 12,910,955 12,814,419 13,845,753 Fines & Forfeitures 314,918 415,000 415,000 415,000 Special Assessments 8,947 10,000 10,000 10,000 Contributions & Donations - Operating 101,635 54,840 56,246 56,872 Contributions & Donations - Capital 7,421,636 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 Interest Income (3,513,502)757,875 1,119,911 1,135,658 Other 801,840 348,655 367,455 376,838 Transfers In 269,275 6,018,586 7,457,343 4,135,683 $108,147,177 $108,305,803 $118,645,263 $122,455,143 Personal Services 36,774,433 41,273,168 43,455,898 45,081,652 Materials and Supplies 3,768,389 3,946,793 4,284,499 4,365,145 Employee Development & Meetings 453,660 588,850 782,680 801,752 Dues & Subscriptions 611,566 729,805 664,835 714,363 Contractual Services 27,265,434 29,230,731 30,811,516 33,015,422 Equipment 588,053 707,400 919,700 816,463 Capital Improvements 283,733 17,489,640 16,340,550 16,781,400 Depreciation 10,314,372 --- Debt Service - Interest 5,050 --- Allocations 10,439,161 11,990,564 12,011,273 13,001,605 Transfers Out 10,097,688 507,602 6,039,758 3,433,057 Other Expense 1,685,185 1,841,250 3,334,554 4,444,284 $102,286,724 $108,305,803 $118,645,263 $122,455,143 Expenses Revenues 162 14 Debt Service The city sells bonds to raise revenue to finance large projects such as new or expanded facilities, street reconstruction or to purchase land for open space. The City of Plymouth holds Aaa/AAA bond ratings from both Moody’s Investor Services and Standard and Poor’s, which has resulted in lower interest rates on bond sales. The city works closely with its financial advisor to continually review debt obligations for interest saving opportunities. The following table shows current obligations through the audited year of 2022. Debt Service Schedule (as of 12/31/2022) * The city paid off 2015A debt early on October 15, 2023. Maturity Date Interest Rate Amount Issued Principal Outstanding Primary government Governmental activities General obligation bonds GO Open Sapce Bonds 2015A*2/1/2027 2-3%3,295,000 2,075,000 GO Tax Abatement Bonds 2020A (PCC)2/1/1941 2-4%38,965,000 38,560,000 GO Capital Improvement Bonds 2021A (Fire Stations)2/1/1942 1.625-3%19,915,000 19,915,000 Total general obligation bonds 62,175,000 60,550,000 General obligation tax increment bonds GO Tax Increment Refunding Bonds 2009A 2/1/2023 3-3.5%2,490,000 295,000 Total governmental activies 64,665,000 60,845,000 Component Unit (HRA) Business-type activities General obligation bonds Government Housing Project Refunding Bonds 2021A 2/1/1935 1-3%6,920,000 6,920,000 Note payable 2021A 10/1/2023 1%980,000 331,000 Total component unit 7,900,000 7,251,000 Total Outstanding Debt 72,565,000 68,096,000 163 BUDGET OVERVIEW The 2024/2025 General Fund expenditures budget is $53.9 million and $57.0 million,respectively. A portion of the expenditures are covered by revenues other than property taxes. Property Tax The 2024 budget includes a total property tax levy of $50,021,053 to meet expected operational and debt service needs; an increase of 7.5%. This includes an increase of 3% for each of street reconstruction, the recreation fund, park replacement and the capital improvement plan. In addition to the city property tax levy, Plymouth levies property taxes for the Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA). The 2024 budget includes an HRA levy of $658,823, an increase of $19,189 or 3%. Charter Requirement for Levy Adoption The City Council, in accordance with the City Charter, has adopted an ordinance that requires a two-thirds majority vote to adopt a tax levy resolution that increases the city’s tax rate over the prior year.The tax rate is increasing marginally from 24.3%to 24.4%. As a result, the 2024 tax levy requires a 5/7 majority vote. 164 16 APPENDIX – FUND DEFINITIONS AND POLICIES Fund Accounting Fund accounting is used for budgeting and accounting. Under this system, money is budgeted in separate funds, rather than one central fund. Each fund is established for a specific purpose and is similar to a separate bank account. The funds are used to pay for operations, maintenance and budgeted activities. Generally, revenues are received and spent during the same year. Annual expenditures are determined by the actual costs of services provided as approved by the City Council. Some funds are unbudgeted and operate similar to a savings account. Money is accumulated for periodic capital needs, such as the replacement of facilities and equipment. The fund balance grows until expenditures are made. Spending can vary greatly each year depending on calculated replacement costs for public improvements and the cost of planned capital expenditures. Basis of Accounting The budget parallels the city’s accounting system. A modified accrual basis is used for general government operations. Significant revenues are recorded when measurable and available, and expenditures are recorded as they are incurred. Proprietary Funds, including the Enterprise and Internal Service Funds, are maintained on a full accrual basis. For budgetary purposes, depreciation and accrued liabilities for accumulated leave balances are not included, but capital spend is included. 165 17 Fund Types The City of Plymouth classifies funds into six types: General, Special Revenue, Debt Service, Capital Project, Enterprise and Internal Service. General Fund – As the primary operating fund, the General Fund records all revenues and expenditures that are not assigned to another fund. The fund provides the resources to sustain the daily activities for administrative and operating expenses for general government, public safety, public works, recreation and community development expenditures. Special Revenue Funds – Certain activities are established or designated by statute, charter or ordinance with defined revenue sources for a specific and restricted purpose. Enterprise Funds – Established to account for the acquisition, operation and maintenance of activities that are self-supporting, such as city water and sewer service, recycling, stormwater system, indoor ice arenas, and the Fieldhouse. User fees predominantly support the operations of these funds. Internal Service Funds – These funds are established to account for the financing of goods and services provided to city departments on a reimbursement basis. Capital Project Funds – Capital Project Funds are not included in the budget as the expenses are approved by the City Council on a project-by-project basis. The use of these fund types are to account for the monies used for the acquisition and construction of capital projects. Debt Service Funds – Established to account for the payment (from taxes and other sources) of interest and principal on long-term debt. 166 18 Financial Management Policies The City Council, by resolution, has adopted financial management policies to account for public funds, to manage municipal finances wisely, and to plan for adequate funding of services desired by the public. The policies outlined below provide the financial framework for the overall fiscal management of the city and provide guidance to ensure short-term and long-term financial stability. With regard to Revenue Management, the City of Plymouth will; o Impose taxes, fees and rates at appropriate levels to fund their intended purposes. o Maintain a reserve balance to provide for a diversified and stable revenue system. o Estimate annual revenue using an objective, analytical process. o Conduct an annual review of costs for activities supported by taxes, rates and user fees. o Set fees and user charges for each enterprise fund based on current and future operating, capital, infrastructure and debt requirements. o Review new sources of revenue to fund operating and capital costs consistent with the City Council’s goals and priorities. With regard to Fund Balances, the City of Plymouth will; o Establish restricted bond amounts based on requirements of individual bond ordinances. o Establish unrestricted, assigned capital amounts for the planned construction or replacement of infrastructure or for the acquisition of capital equipment based on the 10-year CIP. o Establish other unrestricted, committed and assigned amounts related to special items as approved by City Council. o Maintain the General Fund as established by City Council resolution. With regard to Investments, the City of Plymouth will; o Deposit funds only in financial institutions which are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or are approved for full collateralization by the public deposit protection act or other state statutes. o Pool cash from all legally permitted funds for investment purposes. o Maximize the investment rate of return and adhere to lawful investment options. o Ensure that the safety of the principal is the dominant requirement for city investments, maintain sufficient liquidity to meet operating requirements, and seek a responsible yield. With regard to Debt Management, the City of Plymouth will; o Confine long-term borrowing to major capital improvements that cannot be financed from current revenues. o Repay debt within the expected useful life of the project or sooner. 167 19 o Prohibit the use of long-term debt for operating expenses. o Issue debt which is relative to payback ability. o Ensure that borrowing does not overburden future taxpayers. o When practical, borrow from other funds. Monies borrowed must be repaid with interest before needed for their intended purpose(s). Repayment schedules and reserve sources for repayment shall be validated before borrowing from any fund. o Review debt at least annually for repayment or refinance opportunities. A repayment strategy shall be part of all adopted bond issues. With regard to Accounting, Auditing and Reporting, the City of Plymouth will; o Provide regular information concerning cash position and investment performance through its accounting system. o Establish and maintain a high degree of accounting competency. Financial accounting and reporting will be done in accordance with methods prescribed by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board and the Government Finance Officers Association, or their equivalents. o Present reports to the City Council summarizing financial activity as required by the City Charter. o Maintain financial systems to monitor expenditures, expenses, revenues and performance of all municipal programs on an ongoing basis. o Provide full disclosure in annual financial statements and bond representations. o Use an independent certified public accounting firm to perform an annual audit. o Issue a public Annual Comprehensive Financial Report. o Comply with all reporting requirements related to bond issuance terms. 168 2024 Budget, CIP and Levy December 12, 2023 169 Timeline and Process 2 2024/25 BIENNIAL BUDGET TIMELINE 2024/25 Departments prepare budgets June Meeting # 1 - Council Study Session - Budget Goals 6/27/2023 Departmental budgets submitted to Finance 6/30/2023 Department budget internal review meetings July Council regular session (Financial Overview) & Audit presentation 7/25/2023 Meeting # 2 - Council Study Session - Levy Impacted Funds & related CIP (General & Special Revenue)8/22/2023 Meeting # 3 - Council Study Session - Levy Impacted Funds & related CIP (General & Special Revenue)9/12/2023 Meeting # 4 - Council adopts preliminary levies & budget 9/26/2023 Meeting # 5 - Council Study Session Enterprise Funds Budget with Utility Study and related CIP 10/24/2023 Meeting # 6 - Council Study Session Internal Service Funds Budget Review and related CIP 11/14/2023 Planning Commission meeting (CIP only)11/15/2023 Meeting # 7 - Council Study Session (if needed)11/28/2023 Housing and Redevelopment Authority meeting (HRA only)12/7/2023 Budget Public Hearing - CIP, Budget, Levy, & Utility Rates Adoption 12/12/2023 Levy is certified with Hennepin County 12/28/2023 170 Annual Taxes by Service (Median Home Value $470,000)- Estimated Total $5,130* School District $1,967 or 38% County $1,623 or 32% City of Plymouth $1,150 or 22% Administration (includes City Council, City Manager, Clerk, Human Resources, Communications and Finance) $110 Community & Economic Development (includes planning, inspections and Housing and Redevelopment Authority levy) $13 Parks & Recreation $284 Parks & Forestry $149 Plymouth Community Center including debt levy $70 Park Replacement levy $24 Recreation levy $23 Administration $18 Public Safety $547 Police $382 Fire $146 Fire station debt levy $19 Public Works $189 Street Maintenance $102 Street Reconstruction levy $70 Capital levy $12 Engineering $5 Other $390 or 8% * Based upon 2023 tax rates 171 Click to edit Master title styleCouncil Strategic Themes 4 172 Click to edit Master title style2024/2025 Budget Goals •Continue to provide high quality services to all existing residents and businesses •Utilize tax base from new growth to provide the same level of high-quality city services to new areas of the city •Be sensitive to property tax increases and their impact on taxpayers •Address identified operational and capital needs for all departments •To the extent possible, address capital and equipment needs now by not deferring replacement to future years •Utilize annual budget surpluses for onetime capital needs thus reducing future fiscal obligations •Utilize the 10-year financial plan to insure we are setting the course for long term financial stability •Support the City Council’s strategic themes 5 173 6 174 7 175 24.4% 25.5% 26.9% 28.2% 29.2%29.6% 27.9%27.3%26.5%26.3%25.9%25.8%26.1% 27.2% 24.3%24.4%24.7% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 Proposed 2024 Proposed 2025 Tax Capacity Rate 8 176 9 Comparison with other cities (Preliminary 2024) 177 Tax Impacts (updated for County proposed NTC) 10 Est. Property Tax Levy Increase on $470,000 home Monthly Annual 7.5%4.79$ 57.45$ 7.0%4.38$ 52.61$ 6.5%3.90$ 46.81$ Est. Property Tax Levy increase on $1M Commercial Property Monthly Annual 7.5%17.63$ 211.53$ 7.0%16.59$ 199.11$ 6.5%15.35$ 184.22$ Est. Property Tax Levy increase on $5M Commercial Property Monthly Annual 7.5%88.31$ 1,059.76$ 7.0%82.98$ 995.77$ 6.5%76.58$ 918.98$ 178 Total Annual Impact to Resident 11 * Based on median value home of $470,000 and average water usage 2023 2024 Change Property Taxes 1,106.20 1,163.65 57.45 Water 193.80 209.04 15.24 Sewer 486.24 512.76 26.52 Surface Water 103.92 108.12 4.20 Recycling 51.00 63.00 12.00 Organics - 36.00 36.00 Franchise Fees 60.48 84.72 24.24 Total 2,001.64 2,177.29 175.65 Resident* 179 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total Chankahda Trail Reconstruction - Phase 3 (Vicksburg to CR 61)2022 0 7,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7,000,000 $0 $7,000,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $7,000,000 Air Compressor 2007 38,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38,000 Remote Sheepsfoot Trench Compactor 2012 0 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 2005 Air Compressor 2016 31,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31,000 1996 350 Kw Generator on Wheels 2017 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 2006 Dozer 2017 235,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 235,000 2013 Ford Pick up with plow 2019 0 46,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46,500 2013 Bobcat S630 Skidsteer 2019 51,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51,000 2013 Smithco Field Painter 2019 21,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21,500 Utility Body - Truck 1 2024 145,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 145,000 Utility Body - Truck 2 2024 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 2006 Cat Loader with plow and wing 2020 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 Police Cars (7)2020 0 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,000 Public Safety Vehicle Up-fitting (4)2023 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,000 2014 Ford F-350 4x4 with plow 2020 44,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,300 2014 Truck mounted heated Asphalt patch unit 2020 0 87,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87,000 2004 Atlas Copco Generator 52 Kw 2020 0 27,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,000 2012 Big Tow Skid Steer Trailer 20" deck 18,200lb 2020 0 0 13,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,700 2014 Multi terrain Loader Tracked Skid Cat 287D 2020 0 0 94,400 0 0 0 0 0 0 94,400 2014 1/2 Ton 4x4 GMC PU Engineering 2020 34,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34,500 MacLean MV2 Sidewalk Machine 2020 211,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 211,000 2014 Ford SUV Escape 2020 0 0 32,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 32,700 Bob Cat All Steer Skid Steer A770 2013 2020 66,850 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66,850 2014 Chev 4x4 Pick up 2020 0 44,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,200 2014 ABI Field Groomer 2020 26,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26,300 2014 Pro Core deep Aerator SR72 2020 32,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32,000 2016 Vermeer BC 1800XL015 wood chipper 2017 88,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88,000 Medium Duty Fire Rescue Truck 2021 0 360,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 Pickup w/plow 2021 0 53,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53,500 2015 Lift Station Truck with F-550 chassis 2017 0 104,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104,000 2015 Chevrolet Pickup 4x4 w/Utility box 2021 0 59,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59,500 Police Cars (7)2020 0 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,000 2015 Black Ford Taurus Investigation 2021 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 2015 Chev Pick up 4x4 with plow 2021 0 48,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48,000 2015 Chevrolet Pickup 4x4 w/ plow 2021 0 48,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48,000 2015 White Colorado Bldg div 2021 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 2016 Chev Colorado, Bld Inspections 2017 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 4 door 4x4 Pickup Truck 2021 0 44,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,700 City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Bonds CE-15-0205 CE-20-0239 CE-21-0302 CE-21-0304 CE-23-2014 ST-24-0002 Total: Bonds Central Equipment CE-11-0319 CE-24-1000 CE-24-17XX CE-24-2020 CE-24-2023 CE-24-3025 CE-23-3048 CE-23-6045 CE-24-00X2 CE-24-00X3 CE-24-0202 CE-24-5027 CE-24-5028 CE-24-5030 CE-24-6070 CE-24-6085 CE-24-3045 CE-24-3059 CE-24-4004 CE-24-5021 CE-24-5025 CE-25-1718 CE-25-2027 CE-25-2028 CE-25-4005 CE-25-4006 CE-25-0035 CE-25-0376 CE-25-0377 CE-25-0379 CE-25-1000 CE-25-5031 180 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> 2015 Ford Focus Hatchback car 2021 0 26,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 2015 T-650 Tracked Bobcat Skid Steer 2021 0 77,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77,000 Toro GM 7210 Mower, blower polar tracks 2017 0 71,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71,000 2015 Mower with blower Toro GM 7210 with Polar tracks 2017 0 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70,000 2015 Groomer Rake Toro Model 8750 Pro Sand 5040 2017 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 2017 Ground Master Mower 2022 0 130,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 130,000 2020 GPS Robot Sprayer 2022 0 44,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,000 E-21 Engine Pumper for Duty Crew 2017 0 0 640,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 640,000 2016 Ford Expedtion used by Fire Chief 2017 0 0 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 2016 Ford Expedtion 2017 0 0 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 58,000 2014 Mack Tandem with plow etc. 2022 0 0 365,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 365,000 2015 Mack Tandem, with snow equip 2022 0 0 365,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 365,000 2014 Single Axle dump with Swap Loader Hook 2022 301,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 301,600 2001 Onan 350 Kw Generator on Trailer 2022 0 0 115,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 115,000 2016 GMC Sierra 1/2 ton 4x4 double cab Sr Eng Tech 2017 0 0 0 35,500 0 0 0 0 0 35,500 2016 GMC with Utility Body for Hyd Maint 2017 0 0 61,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 61,000 2015 Engine Pumper 2022 0 0 630,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 630,000 Nilfisk Advance CS7000 Floor Sweeper/Scrubber 2017 0 0 68,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 68,000 PD SUV Investigation 2021 0 0 48,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 48,000 2008 24' trailer with 6' ramps for Paver 2022 0 0 35,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 2016 Carlson CP100 Asphalt Paver 2017 0 0 270,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 270,000 Pavement Melter 2020 0 0 59,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 59,000 Mini Excavator Case CX318 2014 2022 0 0 56,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 56,000 2016 Colorado, Bld inspections 2017 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 2016 Colorado Pick up--Bld inspections 2017 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 2016 F-350 Ford pick with plow 2017 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 F-350 Ford Pick up with plow 2017 0 0 49,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 49,500 JD Gator Groomer and Rake 2020 0 0 27,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,000 2017 Toro GM 7210 D Zero turn 2020 0 0 0 71,500 0 0 0 0 0 71,500 2015 Ford F-150 Pick Up Utility 31 2017 0 55,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55,000 2016 Tandem Truck with Plow 2023 0 0 0 360,000 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 2016 T880 Kenworth Truck Tractor 2023 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 0 0 0 190,000 2017 GMC 2500 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 2023 0 0 0 41,000 0 0 0 0 0 41,000 2017 GMC 2500 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 2023 0 0 0 46,000 0 0 0 0 0 46,000 2017 GMC 1500 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 2023 0 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 Police Cars (7)2020 0 0 0 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 126,000 2017 Bobcat S770 Skid Steer 2020 0 0 0 57,000 0 0 0 0 0 57,000 2017 Bobcat S770 Skid Steer 2020 0 0 0 57,000 0 0 0 0 0 57,000 2015 Low Boy Trailer Towmaster T-100DTG 2017 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 0 0 0 120,000 2015 Side Dup'r trailer 25 yard 2023 0 0 0 66,000 0 0 0 0 0 66,000 2017 Chevy Colorado 2022 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 2017 Chevy Colorado 2022 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 2017 Chevy Colorado 2022 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 CE-25-5038 CE-25-5052 CE-25-6136 CE-26-0051 CE-26-0053 CE-25-5032 CE-25-5035 CE-25-5036 CE-25-5037 CE-26-0381 CE-26-0382 CE-26-051 CE-26-0789 CE-26-1723 CE-26-0054 CE-26-0290 CE-26-0291 CE-26-0292 CE-26-0305 CE-26-4008 CE-26-5039 CE-26-5040 CE-26-5042 CE-26-5045 CE-26-2008 CE-26-2038 CE-26-2046 CE-26-3060 CE-26-4007 CE-27-0386 CE-27-1000 CE-27-2053 CE-27-2054 CE-27-3067 CE-27-0052 CE-27-0293 CE-27-0378 CE-27-0384 CE-27-0385 CE-27-3068 CE-27-4009 CE-27-4010 CE-27-4011 181 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> 2017 Ford F-350 4x4 with plow 2017 0 0 0 49,500 0 0 0 0 0 49,500 Toro GM 7210 Mower, blower polar tracks Broom 2017 0 0 71,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 71,000 2017 F-350 Truck 2022 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 2017 Ford F-350 Truck 2022 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 2017 Isuzu Garbage Truck 2020 0 0 0 139,000 0 0 0 0 0 139,000 2017 Mack Tandem dump truck 2017 0 0 0 0 355,000 0 0 0 0 355,000 2017 Mack Tandem dump truck 2017 0 0 0 0 355,000 0 0 0 0 355,000 2017 Kenworth with B-10 Aquatech Jetter/Vac truck 2017 0 0 0 0 520,000 0 0 0 0 520,000 2017 GMC Sierra Reg Cab 4x2 2023 0 0 0 0 46,000 0 0 0 0 46,000 2018 F550 4x4 dump 2022 0 0 0 0 86,000 0 0 0 0 86,000 Police Cars (7)2020 0 0 0 0 145,000 0 0 0 0 145,000 Falls 12' Snowplow 10' wing 2024 0 0 0 0 56,000 0 0 0 0 56,000 2013 Case Wheel Loader 721F 2017 0 0 0 0 265,000 0 0 0 0 265,000 2016 Stepp 4 yrd hot box for asphalt with F-750 Chassis 2017 0 0 0 0 195,000 0 0 0 0 195,000 Street Sweeper 2020 0 0 0 0 290,000 0 0 0 0 290,000 Street Sweeper 2020 0 0 0 0 290,000 0 0 0 0 290,000 2018 Ford F-150 2022 0 0 0 0 41,000 0 0 0 0 41,000 Cat Loader 908H2 2024 0 0 0 0 149,000 0 0 0 0 149,000 2017 Ford F-450 2023 0 0 0 0 87,000 0 0 0 0 87,000 F150 Pickup 4x4 2020 0 0 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 37,000 Vermeer Wood chipper 2020 0 0 0 0 98,000 0 0 0 0 98,000 2020 Trimax Mower 2022 0 0 0 0 52,000 0 0 0 0 52,000 2020 mower/mulcher 2022 0 0 0 0 27,000 0 0 0 0 27,000 2014 Explorer Fire Dept 2025 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58,000 Fire Mini-Pumper 2021 0 0 0 0 0 450,000 0 0 0 450,000 2018 Mack GU Single Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 0 0 0 330,000 2018 Mack GU713 Tandem Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 350,000 2019 F550 Truck Dump and Lift Gate Body 2022 0 0 0 0 0 91,000 0 0 0 91,000 2019 Freightliner M2 - Jetter 2022 0 0 0 0 0 277,000 0 0 0 277,000 2019 F250 Truck w/ Snow plow 2022 0 0 0 0 0 52,000 0 0 0 52,000 2019 TV Van - Utilities 2022 0 0 0 0 0 308,000 0 0 0 308,000 Ford F-450 contractor box 2017 model 2017 0 0 0 0 0 76,000 0 0 0 76,000 2017 Msaba Conveyor 2022 0 0 0 0 0 68,000 0 0 0 68,000 2019 Cat Asphalt roller 2022 0 0 0 0 0 68,000 0 0 0 68,000 XQ 30KW Portable Generator 2025 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 36,000 2019 Ford Fusion (pool car)2021 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 26,000 2019 Ford Fusion (pool car)2021 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 26,000 2017 F-450 One ton contractor box 2017 0 0 0 0 0 86,000 0 0 0 86,000 Sidewalk Machine 2020 0 0 0 0 0 215,000 0 0 0 215,000 2017 Ford F550 Truck 2022 0 0 0 0 0 93,000 0 0 0 93,000 2017 Ford F-550 box and lift gate 2022 0 0 0 0 0 175,000 0 0 0 175,000 2017 Ford F-450 with box and lift gate 2022 0 0 0 0 0 77,000 0 0 0 77,000 2017 Kubota RTV 2022 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 26,000 CE-27-5045 CE-27-5048 CE-27-5049 CE-27-5055 CE-28-0294 CE-27-5044 CE-28-2018 CE-28-2019 CE-28-2037 CE-28-2056 CE-28-2065 CE-28-0295 CE-28-0380 CE-28-0383 CE-28-0389 CE-28-1000 CE-28-6133 CE-28-6134 CE-29-0047 CE-29-0049 CE-29-0296 CE-28-4012 CE-28-5023 CE-28-5043 CE-28-5058 CE-28-6104 CE-29-2039 CE-29-2051 CE-29-2076 CE-29-3061 CE-29-4014 CE-29-0297 CE-29-0390 CE-29-0391 CE-29-0392 CE-29-0394 CE-29-5051 CE-29-5053 CE-29-4015 CE-29-5043 CE-29-5046 CE-29-5047 CE-29-5050 182 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> 2018 Ford F150 4x4 Super Cab 6.5 Box 2023 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 40,000 Fire Engine Pumper 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 920,000 0 0 920,000 2019 Tandem Axle 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 335,000 0 0 335,000 2018 Tandem Axle 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 261,000 0 0 261,000 2020 Chevy Truck 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 Police SRO Truck 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 0 0 60,000 Police SUV 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,000 0 0 44,000 2015 Asphalt Tack oil distributor with F-750 Chassis 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 250,000 2019 F-550 Truck with Crew cab 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 0 0 80,000 2020 Chevy Silverado 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 55,000 0 0 55,000 2020 Arrow Board 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 26,000 2020 Chevy Truck 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 0 0 35,000 2020 Ford Ranger 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 36,000 2018 International Single Axle Truck 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 207,000 0 0 207,000 F550 Ford 4x4 Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 94,900 0 0 94,900 F250 4x4 2019 Super Cab Ford Pickup 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 54,600 0 0 54,600 F250 4x4 2019 Super Cab Ford Pickup 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 52,000 0 0 52,000 2019 F-550 Ford Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 82,300 0 0 82,300 2020 Toro Zero Turn 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 45,000 2020 Toro Zero Turn 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 45,000 2020 F-150 1/2 Ton 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 42,000 0 0 42,000 2019 Cargo Van 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 41,000 0 0 41,000 2020 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 1 Ton 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 54,200 0 0 54,200 2020 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 1 Ton 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 56,900 0 0 56,900 2011 Ford F-350 4x4 Grass Rig 2027 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66,000 0 66,000 2019 Mack GR64F Tandem Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 350,000 2019 Mack GR64F Tandem Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 350,000 2021 John Deere 710L 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 230,000 0 230,000 Shop Lift-drive on 14,000 lbs. Capacity with jacks 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,400 0 24,400 2019 Mack GR42F Single Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 380,000 0 380,000 2016 EH Trailer 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104,000 0 104,000 2019 Colorado 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38,000 0 38,000 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,800 0 36,800 2021 Chevrolet Bolt EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34,600 0 34,600 2016 John Deere 4066R Utility Tractor with snow blower 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 0 110,000 2019 F-250 Ford Super Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,300 0 60,300 2021 Tractor 4066R 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 95,400 0 95,400 2021 John Deere 624L Loader 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 313,900 0 313,900 2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,900 0 35,900 CE-31-0043 Triple Combination Engine Pumper 2028 1,020,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,020,000 2020 Western Star 4700 SF 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 312,000 312,000 2020 Western Star 4700 SF 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 2020 Tymco 500X Street Sweeper 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 425,000 425,000 CE-29-5060 CE-30-0048 CE-30-0387 CE-30-2072 CE-30-2080 CE-30-2085 CE-30-4016 CE-30-4017 CE-30-0388 CE-30-0395 CE-30-1728 CE-30-1730 CE-30-2030 CE-30-5069 CE-30-5070 CE-30-5071 CE-30-5072 CE-30-5074 CE-30-5054 CE-30-5057 CE-30-5061 CE-30-5062 CE-30-5066 CE-31-0791 CE-31-2057 CE-31-3075 CE-31-4013 CE-31-4018 CE-30-5075 CE-31-0042 CE-31-0298 CE-31-0299 CE-31-0396 CE-31-7002 CE-32-2071 CE-32-2074 CE-32-2084 CE-31-4019 CE-31-5041 CE-31-5067 CE-31-5076 CE-31-5079 183 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> 2022 Asphalt Planer 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 2017 Wacker Dump Cart 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88,400 88,400 2018 PV350-D1W Pacific Tech 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62,800 62,800 2020 T-50 Trailer 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55,500 55,500 2019 Nissan Leaf EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,800 33,800 2019 Nissan Leaf EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,600 33,600 2020 Nissan Leaf EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,600 33,600 2019 F-550 4x4 Ford Super Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86,100 86,100 2020 F-550 Ford Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86,000 86,000 2019 F-550 Ford Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77,600 77,600 2020 John Deere 4066R Compact Utility Tractor 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91,100 91,100 2017 Turfco TRF 338 Spreader 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42,500 42,500 $2,929,050 $1,892,400 $3,284,800 $1,293,500 $3,094,000 $3,180,000 $2,926,900 $2,229,300 $1,824,000 $22,653,950 Dome & Turf Repair and Replacement 2020 0 0 700,000 0 0 0 700,000 0 0 1,400,000 Fieldhouse Electrical & Mechanical 2020 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 500,000 Fieldhouse Equipment 2020 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 $0 $30,000 $950,000 $0 $0 $0 $950,000 $0 $0 $1,930,000 New Sidewalk Machine 2020 0 185,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 185,000 Chevrolet Colorado (Inspector Truck)2024 35,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 Pickup Truck w/ Utility Box 2024 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 Toro Reelmaster 3100D 2024 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 Kubota Tractor Snowblower 2024 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 2015 Chev Pick up 4x4 with plow 2021 0 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 F550 Truck w/ Dump box, Plow, Sander 2024 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 RC Mower - Tracked 52" Rotary Mower 2024 0 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 $295,000 $400,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $695,000 Station 73 Transit Regional Improvement Project (TRIP)2022 0 15,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15,000,000 $0 $15,000,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $15,000,000 Replace Ice Center Dehumidifier Desiccant Wheels 2013 0 0 0 50,000 0 65,000 0 0 0 115,000 Replace Ice Center Dasher Boards 2013 0 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 Replace Cooling Towers at Plymouth Ice Center 2016 180,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 0 340,000 Replace Ice Center Roof Top Air Handler 2013 0 0 125,000 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 275,000 PIC General Building Improvements 2019 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 275,000 Rupp Roof Air-Exchange 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 0 0 110,000 PIC Water Heaters 2020 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 CE-32-2090 CE-32-4023 CE-32-5063 CE-32-5064 CE-32-5065 CE-32-5068 CE-32-3078 CE-32-3079 CE-32-3082 CE-32-4021 CE-32-4022 FH-XX-9002 FH-XX-9003 Total: Field House - Admin General Fund CE-32-6095 Total: Central Equipment Field House - Admin FH-XX-9001 CE-25-2027 CE-25-50X1 CE-25-50XX Total: General Fund CE-23-500X CE-24-00X4 CE-24-50X1 CE-24-50XX CE-24-60XX IC-14-0003 IC-17-0001 IC-20-0001 IC-23-0001 IC-23-0002 Grants ST-23-0003 Total: Grants Ice Center - Admin IC-30-0001 IC-XX-9001 184 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> PIC Sound System 2020 110,000 0 0 0 80,000 0 0 0 0 190,000 PIC Rubber Flooring 2020 0 0 0 90,000 0 60,000 0 0 0 150,000 PIC Ice Resurfacers 2020 0 0 0 0 170,000 170,000 0 0 0 340,000 PIC Scoreboards 2020 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 85,000 0 0 165,000 $470,000 $295,000 $125,000 $190,000 $250,000 $295,000 $270,000 $310,000 $0 $2,205,000 Switch Upgrades 2017 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 Police Squad Computer Upgrade 2024 190,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 Switch Upgrades 2024 40,000 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 Hosted Phone System 2024 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 $370,000 $80,000 $40,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $490,000 54th Avenue from Peony Lane to CSAH 101 2016 0 0 250,000 1,900,000 0 0 0 0 0 2,150,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 900,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 900,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 0 2,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,500,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 2,425,000 3,250,000 1,650,000 1,600,000 2,215,000 2,300,000 2,250,000 2,250,000 2,250,000 20,190,000 Traffic Signal Improvements 2020 0 300,000 0 50,000 0 0 300,000 0 0 650,000 $3,325,000 $6,050,000 $1,900,000 $3,550,000 $2,215,000 $2,300,000 $2,550,000 $2,250,000 $2,250,000 $26,390,000 Station 73 Transit Regional Improvement Project (TRIP)2022 3,600,000 5,000,000 2,973,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,573,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Zachary WTP Plate Settler Plant Expansion 2022 2,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,000,000 $5,600,000 $5,500,000 $2,973,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $14,073,000 Neighborhood Parks 2012 0 700,000 300,000 400,000 300,000 0 0 0 0 1,700,000 Northwest Greenway 2012 1,850,000 0 0 1,700,000 0 0 0 0 0 3,550,000 Park Lighting 2016 0 0 175,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 175,000 Playfield Land Development 2016 5,800,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,800,000 New Trails 2003 150,000 650,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 800,000 Outdoor Artificial Turf 2020 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 0 0 0 1,200,000 Park Amenities & Facilities 2020 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 Land Acquisition 2020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hwy 55 Pavement Preservation Project 2022 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 575,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 575,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 $8,625,000 $1,350,000 $475,000 $2,100,000 $300,000 $1,400,000 $0 $0 $0 $14,250,000 Replace Irrigation Systems 2003 0 400,000 275,000 0 0 0 0 400,000 0 1,075,000 Boardwalk replacement 2010 225,000 0 150,000 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 525,000 IC-XX-9006 Total: Ice Center - Admin IT Systems IT-17-0007 IC-XX-9002 IC-XX-9003 IC-XX-9004 Minnesota State Aid Fund ST-17-0003 ST-24-0003 ST-25-0002 ST-XX-9005 IT-24-0001 IT-24-0002 IT-24-0003 Total: IT Systems ST-25-0002 WA-23-0001 Total: Other Governmental Agency Park Const Dedication Fees Fund ST-XX-9006 Total: Minnesota State Aid Fund Other Governmental Agency ST-23-0003 PR-29-0001 PR-XX-9005 PR-XX-9006 ST-23-0004 ST-XX-9002 PR-13-0001 PR-14-0005 PR-16-0002 PR-20-0001 PR-23-0001 PR-14-0003 ST-XX-9005 Total: Park Const Dedication Fees Fund Park Replacement Fund PR-07-0005 185 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Tennis Court Repair 2012 0 0 0 0 0 0 475,000 0 0 475,000 Park Lighting 2016 0 0 0 0 480,000 0 0 0 0 480,000 Asset Renovation/Replacement 2022 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 Playground Replacement or Renovation 2006 500,000 270,000 300,000 400,000 350,000 375,000 350,000 350,000 0 2,895,000 Trail Repair 2003 500,000 400,000 500,000 500,000 600,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 4,000,000 Miscellaneous Park Improvements 2006 0 200,000 175,000 0 150,000 0 150,000 150,000 0 825,000 Park Building Repair/Renovation 2020 0 0 0 1,300,000 0 1,000,000 0 100,000 0 2,400,000 $1,325,000 $1,270,000 $1,400,000 $2,200,000 $1,580,000 $2,025,000 $1,475,000 $1,500,000 $0 $12,775,000 Central WTP - Exhaust Fans/Transfer Replacement 2022 0 160,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 Central WTP - Mechanical Replacements 2020 0 0 950,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 950,000 Central WTP - Installation of RTU 2022 0 0 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 Central WTP - Replace Roof 2020 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 0 0 0 160,000 $0 $160,000 $1,350,000 $0 $0 $160,000 $0 $0 $0 $1,670,000 City Hall - Landscaping Replacement 2020 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 City Hall - Elevator Replacement 2020 330,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 City Hall - Replace Kato-lite generator and supporting switch gear/panels 2020 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 City Hall - Replace and Repair Heated Concrete Sidewalk 2020 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 City Hall - Replace Vinyl Flooring 2020 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 City Hall - Courtyard Sidewalk Replacement 2023 0 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 City Hall - Landscape Rehab 2023 0 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 City Hall RTU 5 replacement 2023 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 City Hall - Replace/Update fire/security systems 2020 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 City Hall - Remodel Council Chambers, Reception, Trophy Cases, Decorative Woodwork 2020 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 City Hall - Replace Reheat Coil Units 2020 0 0 0 0 180,000 0 0 0 0 180,000 City Hall - Replace Ceiling Tiles 2020 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 100,000 City Hall - Replace Plumbing Fixtures 2020 0 0 0 0 0 90,000 0 0 0 90,000 City Hall - RTU # 4 (trane)2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 75,000 City Hall - Roll Down Door replacement 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 0 0 80,000 City Hall - Replace 2 boilers 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 400,000 $585,000 $515,000 $250,000 $450,000 $180,000 $190,000 $155,000 $0 $400,000 $2,725,000 Fire Station 1 - Replace generator and switch gear 2023 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 Fire Station 1 - Roof Replacement 2020 0 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 Fire Station 1 - Replace Plumbing Finishes and Fixtures 2020 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Fire Station 1 - Replace Makeup Air Unit 2020 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 Fire Station 1 - Fire/Security update 2020 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 $200,000 $125,000 $30,000 $50,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $405,000 PR-14-0004 PR-16-0002 PR-22-0001 PR-23-0003 Public Facilities - Central Water Plant FM-25-0018 FM-26-0009 FM-26-0012 FM-29-0001 PR-23-0004 PR-23-0005 PR-XX-9007 Total: Park Replacement Fund FM-24-0001 FM-25-0004 FM-25-0005 FM-25-0012 FM-25-0013 Total: Public Facilities - Central Water Plant Public Facilities - City Hall FM-23-0004 FM-23-0008 FM-29-0004 FM-30-0001 FM-30-0007 FM-32-0001 Total: Public Facilities - City Hall FM-26-0013 FM-27-0002 FM-27-0016 FM-28-0003 FM-29-0002 FM-26-0011 FM-27-0004 Total: Public Facilities - Fire Station 1 Public Facilities - Fire Station 1 FM-24-0003 FM-25-0003 FM-25-0009 186 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Fire Station 2 - Replace washers and dryers 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 10,000 Fire Station 2 - Exterior Repair and Maintenance 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 Fire Station 2 - Interior Repair/Maintenance to Finishes 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 Fire Station 2 - Mech/Elec/Plumbing updates 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $175,000 $175,000 Fire Station 3 - Exterior Repair and Maintenance 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 Fire Station 3 - Interior Repair/Maintenance to Finishes 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 Fire Station 3 - Mech/Elec/Plumbing updates 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $165,000 $165,000 PCC - Install Generator 2021 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 0 350,000 PCC - Mech/Elec/Plumbing updates 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 PCC - Exterior Repairs and Maintenance 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 PCC - Interior Repair/Maintenance to Finishes 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $350,000 $0 $0 $0 $250,000 $600,000 Public Safety - Passenger Elevator (entry)2021 115,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115,000 Public Safety VAV controller replacement 2023 25,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Public Safety - Roof Section Replacement 2020 0 160,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 Public Safety - Replace Electrical panels/Switch gears and generator 2020 0 0 0 380,000 0 0 0 0 0 380,000 Public Safety - Replace Ceiling Tiles 2020 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 Public Safety - Replace bi-fold garage doors 2023 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 150,000 Public Safety - Replace Gutters and Downspouts 2020 0 0 0 0 0 62,000 0 0 0 62,000 Public Safety - RTU #7 and 8 Replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 250,000 Public Safety - Exhaust Fans 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 29,000 0 0 29,000 Public Safety - Water Softener 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 0 0 35,000 Public Safety - Boiler Replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 300,000 $140,000 $185,000 $0 $480,000 $150,000 $62,000 $314,000 $300,000 $0 $1,631,000 Old Central - Roof Replacement 2020 0 0 0 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 135,000 Maintenance Facility - Landscape Rehab 2023 120,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 Maintenance Facility - Overhead Door Replacement 2022 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace 2 Roof Sections 2020 0 600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 600,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace Flooring Finishes 2020 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace Standpipes and Repair Sprinkler System 2020 0 0 108,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 108,000 Public Facilities - Fire Station 2 Public Facilities - Fire Station 3 FM-32-0010 FM-32-0011 FM-32-0012 FM-32-0002 FM-32-0007 FM-32-0008 FM-32-0009 Total: Public Facilities - Fire Station 2 FM-32-0005 FM-32-0006 Total: Public Facilities - Plymouth Creek Center Public Facilities - Public Safety Total: Public Facilities - Fire Station 3 Public Facilities - Plymouth Creek Center FM-23-0010 FM-32-0004 FM-28-0005 FM-29-0007 FM-30-0003 FM-30-0005 FM-30-0006 FM-23-0009 FM-24-0005 FM-25-0002 FM-27-0005 FM-27-0009 FM-23-0013 FM-25-0011 FM-26-0001 FM-26-0003 FM-26-0008 FM-31-0001 Total: Public Facilities - Public Safety Public Facilities - Public Works FM-23-0003 187 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Maintenance Facility - Replace Ceiling Tiles 2020 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace Vehicle Storage Area Skylights 2020 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace Roof Drains 2020 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace HVAC Automation Controls 2020 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 100,000 Maintenance Facility - Bi-fold Door Replacement 2022 0 0 0 120,000 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 Maintenance Facility - Office Side Rooftop unit 1 2020 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 100,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace Wall Finishes 2020 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 40,000 Maintenance Facility - Mechanical Unit Heaters 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 30,000 Maintenance Facility - RTU 2 replacement 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 0 300,000 Maintenance Facility - Mechanic Equipment 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 45,000 Maintenance Facility - Interior Furnishes replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 $120,000 $645,000 $258,000 $300,000 $235,000 $140,000 $330,000 $120,000 $0 $2,148,000 Zachary WTP -- Parking lot replacement 2023 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 Zachary WTP - Dehumidification and Ventilation System Replacement 2022 0 800,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 800,000 Zachary WTP - Replace Roof 2020 0 0 0 205,000 0 0 0 0 0 205,000 Zachary WTP - Replace Dry Cooling Rooftop Unit 2020 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 Zachary WTP - Replace electrical panels/switch gear servicing the facility 2020 0 0 0 0 130,000 0 0 0 0 130,000 Zachary WTP - Exhaust Fan Replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 75,000 $60,000 $800,000 $0 $235,000 $130,000 $0 $75,000 $0 $0 $1,300,000 Public Safety - Replace Garage Air Makeup Unit 2015 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Replace water to air and water to water pumps - Central and Zachary Plants 2020 60,000 60,000 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 180,000 Maintenance Facility - RTU Replacement for Mechanic's Office and Sign Making Room 2017 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 Citywide - Bathroom Remodels 2020 90,000 90,000 90,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 270,000 Public Safety - Garage Waterproofing Repairs 2019 0 0 0 0 55,000 0 0 0 0 55,000 PCC - Replace Metal Roof Sections 2020 0 140,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 140,000 Station 73 - Replace AC, AC Compressors, & Radiant Heaters 2020 0 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 Zachary WTP - Replace Generator 2020 0 0 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 Maintenance Facility - Replace Electrical Panels from 1979 2020 0 0 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 Station 73 - Replace Standpipes and Repair Sprinkler System 2020 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 0 75,000 Public Safety - Replace Thermostats and Controls 2020 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 200,000 Public Facilities Building Automation System 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 Seal Coating/Crack Sealing/Asphalt Repair 2004 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 450,000 Misc. Concrete Replacement 2004 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 450,000 Roof Inspections and Repairs 2014 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 315,000 Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing 2023 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 225,000 Door and Window repair/replacement - Citywide 2020 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 270,000 FM-28-0004 FM-29-0003 FM-30-0004 FM-30-0008 FM-31-0002 FM-27-0006 FM-27-0007 FM-27-0010 FM-27-0014 FM-27-0018 FM-25-0017 FM-27-0001 FM-27-0015 FM-28-0001 FM-30-0002 FM-31-0003 Total: Public Facilities - Public Works Public Facilities - Zachary Water Plant FM-24-0004 FM-21-0001 FM-21-0013 FM-23-0001 FM-25-0001 FM-25-0010 Total: Public Facilities - Zachary Water Plant Public Facilities Admin FM-19-0002 FM-20-0023 FM-XX-9001 FM-XX-9002 FM-XX-9003 FM-XX-9004 FM-XX-9005 FM-26-0002 FM-26-0005 FM-29-0005 FM-29-0008 FM-32-0003 188 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Interior Flooring Repair/Replacement 2023 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 225,000 Exterior Maintenance to City buildings 2023 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 225,000 $420,000 $660,000 $900,000 $240,000 $295,000 $515,000 $240,000 $240,000 $315,000 $3,825,000 Mission Farm Lift Station Rehabilitation 2022 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000,000 Lancaster Lift Station Electrical Renovation 2022 100,000 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,700,000 Line Sanitary Sewer Main: Annual Program 2002 1,630,000 1,370,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 11,000,000 Future Lift Station Improvements 2020 0 150,000 560,000 250,000 150,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 150,000 150,000 3,410,000 Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 2016 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 0 0 10,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 60,000 60,000 70,000 50,000 75,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 715,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 130,000 90,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 820,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 50,000 50,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 70,000 70,000 540,000 $3,120,000 $3,420,000 $1,870,000 $1,540,000 $1,465,000 $2,350,000 $2,460,000 $1,610,000 $1,610,000 $19,445,000 Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 2016 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 54th Avenue from Peony Lane to CSAH 101 2016 0 0 0 1,100,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,100,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 200,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 800,000 910,000 640,000 900,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 11,750,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 475,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 2,475,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 600,000 550,000 400,000 400,000 700,000 500,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 4,050,000 $2,275,000 $2,210,000 $1,290,000 $2,650,000 $2,650,000 $2,450,000 $2,450,000 $2,250,000 $2,250,000 $20,475,000 Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 2016 120,000 870,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 990,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 1,780,000 0 0 2,280,000 Station 73 Transit Regional Improvement Project (TRIP)2022 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 750,000 Hwy 55 Pavement Preservation Project 2022 330,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 Chankahda Trail Reconstruction - Phase 3 (Vicksburg to CR 61)2022 500,000 6,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,500,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 4,830,000 1,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,330,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 1,500,000 2,000,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,500,000 Peony Lane Bridge over CP Rail Improvements 2023 0 200,000 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 950,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 3,040,000 2,659,000 3,197,000 1,784,000 4,736,000 3,337,000 5,112,000 3,286,000 4,310,000 31,461,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 2,070,000 1,620,000 1,330,000 1,140,000 1,040,000 875,000 875,000 1,175,000 1,875,000 12,000,000 Replace Retaining Walls 2005 100,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 1,065,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 0 0 1,240,000 540,000 0 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,230,000 1,230,000 6,420,000 Traffic Signal Improvements 2020 50,000 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 150,000 Concrete Sidewalk Replacement 2007 0 0 300,000 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 525,000 SS-23-0002 SS-24-0001 SS-XX-9001 SS-XX-9003 ST-17-0002 FM-XX-9006 FM-XX-9007 Total: Public Facilities Admin Sewer - Admin ST-XX-9005 Total: Sewer - Admin Special Assessments ST-17-0002 ST-20-0001 ST-24-0003 ST-25-0002 ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9005 Total: Special Assessments Street Reconstruction Fund ST-17-0002 ST-17-0003 ST-20-0001 ST-24-0003 ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-25-0002 ST-26-0003 ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9003 ST-20-0001 ST-23-0003 ST-23-0004 ST-24-0002 ST-24-0003 ST-XX-9005 ST-XX-9006 ST-XX-9007 189 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> $13,290,000 $14,964,000 $7,982,000 $3,579,000 $5,891,000 $6,042,000 $9,062,000 $5,896,000 $7,545,000 $74,251,000 Replace Ice Center Roof 2013 0 0 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 2,750,000 2,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,750,000 $2,750,000 $2,000,000 $0 $500,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,250,000 Trunk Sewer Oversizing 2004 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 Trunk Watermain Oversizing 2004 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 $200,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $200,000 Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 2016 0 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 310,000 0 0 310,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 1,400,000 1,400,000 1,500,000 1,200,000 2,400,000 1,900,000 2,500,000 1,900,000 2,200,000 16,400,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 400,000 300,000 300,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 2,200,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 100,000 100,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 175,000 175,000 200,000 200,000 1,400,000 Zachary WTP Plate Settler Plant Expansion 2022 250,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,250,000 Well Refurbishing 2003 320,000 330,000 345,000 510,000 530,000 540,000 540,000 365,000 380,000 3,860,000 Treatment Plant Refurbishing 2019 50,000 175,000 561,000 827,000 595,000 595,000 309,000 235,000 210,000 3,557,000 Water Storage Facility Improvements 2020 0 0 125,000 75,000 0 0 0 150,000 0 350,000 Trunk Watermain Lining Program 2022 3,000,000 75,000 2,250,000 0 75,000 2,250,000 0 75,000 0 7,725,000 $5,720,000 $3,940,000 $5,231,000 $2,962,000 $3,950,000 $5,660,000 $4,034,000 $3,125,000 $3,190,000 $37,812,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 100,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 700,000 721,000 743,000 766,000 789,000 813,000 838,000 864,000 890,000 7,124,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 75,000 40,000 40,000 30,000 30,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 355,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 75,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 125,000 125,000 125,000 150,000 150,000 1,050,000 19th Avenue/Dunkirk Lane Pond Improvement 2016 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 Parkers Lake Chloride Reduction Project 2020 0 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 Storm Sewer Outfall Repair Projects 2023 0 820,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 820,000 Four Seasons Mall Water Quality Improvements 2023 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70,000 West Medicine Lake Pond Maintenance 2022 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Maintain Water Quality Ponds 2002 150,000 150,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 300,000 1,950,000 Unspecified Drainage Improvement 2004 100,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 2,000,000 BCWMC Water Quality, Channel, and Basin Improvements 2020 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 0 75,000 0 0 225,000 Future Water Quality Improvement Projects 2020 0 0 1,000,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,500,000 8,750,000 To Be Determined IC-16-0002 ST-24-0003 Total: To Be Determined Total: Street Reconstruction Fund Water - Admin ST-17-0002 ST-20-0001 ST-24-0003 ST-25-0002 Utility Trunk Expansion Fund SS-XX-9002 WA-XX-9002 Total: Utility Trunk Expansion Fund WA-XX-9003 WA-XX-9004 WA-XX-9005 Total: Water - Admin ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9005 WA-23-0001 WA-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9005 WR-19-0001 WR-21-0006 WR-22-0003 Water Resources - Admin ST-20-0001 ST-24-0003 ST-25-0002 ST-XX-9001 WR-XX-9004 WR-22-0004 WR-25-0002 WR-XX-9001 WR-XX-9002 WR-XX-9003 190 Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Funding Source Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Program GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Future Lift Station Improvements 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 280,000 180,000 320,000 780,000 $1,470,000 $3,081,000 $2,358,000 $2,546,000 $2,669,000 $2,673,000 $3,253,000 $3,029,000 $3,495,000 $24,574,000 Ponderosa Woods Stream Restoration 2017 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 Parkers Lake Chloride Reduction Project 2020 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Four Seasons Mall Water Quality Improvements 2023 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 750,000 Plymouth Creek Stream Restoration – Dunkirk to PIC 2014 0 0 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 2,000,000 BCWMC Water Quality, Channel, and Basin Improvements 2020 0 0 0 500,000 0 500,000 0 500,000 0 1,500,000 $1,150,000 $50,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $0 $500,000 $0 $500,000 $0 $4,700,000 0 $54,439,050 $71,622,400 $33,666,800 $26,365,500 $25,404,000 $29,942,000 $30,544,900 $23,359,300 $23,469,000 $318,812,950 WR-XX-9005 Total: Water Resources - Admin Watershed District Total: Watershed District GRAND TOTAL WR-21-0003 WR-21-0006 WR-22-0004 WR-25-0001 WR-XX-9003 191 General Fund levy impact Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 Total Total 2024-2032 2023 CIP Total Dif Comments Switch Upgrades 2017 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 120,000 0 120,000 Newly identified Police Squad Computer Upgrade 2024 190,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 190,000 0 190,000 Newly identified Switch Upgrades 2024 40,000 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 0 80,000 Newly identified Hosted Phone System 2024 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 0 100,000 Newly identified $370,000 $80,000 $40,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $490,000 $490,000 $0 $490,000 $370,000 $80,000 $40,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $490,000 $490,000 $0 $490,000 Dome & Turf Repair and Replacement 2020 0 0 700,000 0 0 0 700,000 0 0 0 1,400,000 1,400,000 1,400,000 0 Fieldhouse Electrical & Mechanical 2020 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 Fieldhouse Equipment 2020 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 $0 $30,000 $950,000 $0 $0 $0 $950,000 $0 $0 $0 $1,930,000 $1,930,000 $1,930,000 $0 Replace Ice Center Dehumidifier Desiccant Wheels 2013 0 0 0 50,000 0 65,000 0 0 0 0 115,000 115,000 115,000 0 Replace Ice Center Roof 2013 0 0 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 Replace Ice Center Dasher Boards 2013 0 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 195,000 195,000 0 Replace Cooling Towers at Plymouth Ice Center 2016 180,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 0 0 340,000 340,000 310,000 30,000 moved up from 2026 Replace Ice Center Roof Top Air Handler 2013 0 0 125,000 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 0 275,000 275,000 275,000 0 PIC General Building Improvements 2019 100,000 100,000 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 0 275,000 275,000 275,000 0 Rupp Roof Air-Exchange 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 0 0 0 110,000 110,000 110,000 0 PIC Water Heaters 2020 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 PIC Sound System 2020 110,000 0 0 0 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 190,000 190,000 0 PIC Rubber Flooring 2020 0 0 0 90,000 0 60,000 0 0 0 0 150,000 150,000 150,000 0 PIC Ice Resurfacers 2020 0 0 0 0 170,000 170,000 0 0 0 0 340,000 340,000 340,000 0 PIC Scoreboards 2020 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 85,000 0 0 0 165,000 165,000 165,000 0 $470,000 $295,000 $125,000 $690,000 $250,000 $295,000 $270,000 $310,000 $0 $0 $2,705,000 $2,705,000 $2,675,000 $30,000 Replace Irrigation Systems 2003 0 400,000 275,000 0 0 0 0 400,000 0 0 1,075,000 1,075,000 1,075,000 0 Neighborhood Parks 2012 0 700,000 300,000 400,000 300,000 0 0 0 0 0 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 0 Boardwalk replacement 2010 225,000 0 150,000 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 525,000 525,000 525,000 0 Tennis Court Repair 2012 0 0 0 0 0 0 475,000 0 0 0 475,000 475,000 475,000 0 Northwest Greenway 2012 1,850,000 0 0 1,700,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,550,000 3,550,000 3,550,000 0 Park Lighting 2016 0 0 175,000 0 480,000 0 0 0 0 0 655,000 655,000 655,000 0 Playfield Land Development 2016 5,800,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,800,000 5,800,000 5,300,000 500,000 Asset Renovation/Replacement 2022 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 New Trails 2003 150,000 650,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 800,000 800,000 800,000 0 Playground Replacement or Renovation 2006 500,000 270,000 300,000 400,000 350,000 375,000 350,000 350,000 0 0 2,895,000 2,895,000 2,895,000 0 Trail Repair 2003 500,000 400,000 500,000 500,000 600,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 0 4,000,000 4,000,000 4,000,000 0 Miscellaneous Park Improvements 2006 0 200,000 175,000 0 150,000 0 150,000 150,000 0 0 825,000 825,000 825,000 0 Outdoor Artificial Turf 2020 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 0 Park Amenities & Facilities 2020 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 0 200,000 200,000 200,000 0 Land Acquisition 2020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,200,000 (1,200,000) Park Building Repair/Renovation 2020 0 0 0 1,300,000 0 1,000,000 0 100,000 0 0 2,400,000 2,400,000 2,400,000 0 $9,125,000 $2,620,000 $1,875,000 $4,300,000 $1,880,000 $3,425,000 $1,475,000 $1,500,000 $0 $0 $26,200,000 $26,200,000 $26,900,000 $(700,000) $9,595,000 $2,945,000 $2,950,000 $4,990,000 $2,130,000 $3,720,000 $2,695,000 $1,810,000 $0 $0 $30,835,000 $30,835,000 $31,505,000 $(670,000) Air Compressor 2007 38,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38,000 38,000 38,000 0 Remote Sheepsfoot Trench Compactor 2012 0 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 2005 Air Compressor 2016 31,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31,000 31,000 31,000 0 1996 350 Kw Generator on Wheels 2017 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 2006 Dozer 2017 235,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 235,000 235,000 235,000 0 2013 Ford Pick up with plow 2019 0 46,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46,500 46,500 46,500 0 2013 Bobcat S630 Skidsteer 2019 51,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51,000 51,000 51,000 0 New Sidewalk Machine 2020 0 185,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 185,000 185,000 185,000 0 GF impact 2013 Smithco Field Painter 2019 21,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21,500 21,500 21,500 0 Utility Body - Truck 1 2024 145,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 145,000 145,000 145,000 new request (Fire). Public Safety Aid funding Utility Body - Truck 2 2024 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 150,000 150,000 new request (Fire). Public Safety Aid funding Chevrolet Colorado (Inspector Truck)2024 35,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 35,000 35,000 new request (Fire). GF impact 2006 Cat Loader with plow and wing 2020 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0CE-24-0202 CE-23-500X CE-23-6045 CE-24-00X2 CE-24-00X3 CE-24-00X4 CE-21-0302 CE-21-0304 CE-23-2014 CE-23-3048 PUBLIC WORKS Central Services - Central Equipment CE-11-0319 CE-15-0205 CE-20-0239 PR-XX-9006 PR-XX-9007 Total: Parks & Rec Admin TOTAL: PARKS AND RECREATION PR-23-0003 PR-23-0004 PR-23-0005 PR-29-0001 PR-XX-9005 PR-14-0005 PR-16-0002 PR-20-0001 PR-22-0001 PR-23-0001 Parks & Rec Admin PR-07-0005 PR-13-0001 PR-14-0003 PR-14-0004 IC-XX-9003 IC-XX-9004 IC-XX-9006 Total: Ice Center IC-23-0001 IC-23-0002 IC-30-0001 IC-XX-9001 IC-XX-9002 Ice Center IC-14-0003 IC-16-0002 IC-17-0001 IC-20-0001 FH-XX-9001 FH-XX-9002 FH-XX-9003 Total: Field House Total: Information Technology TOTAL: ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PARKS AND RECREATION Field House Information Technology IT-17-0007 IT-24-0001 IT-24-0002 IT-24-0003 City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Department Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Department GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Aug 11, 2023 04:40 PM 192 General Fund levy impact Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 Total Total 2024-2032 2023 CIP Total Dif Comments City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Department Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Department GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Police Cars (7)2020 0 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,000 126,000 126,000 0 Public Safety Vehicle Up-fitting (4)2023 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,000 25,000 25,000 0 2014 Ford F-350 4x4 with plow 2020 44,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,300 44,300 44,300 0 2014 Truck mounted heated Asphalt patch unit 2020 0 87,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87,000 87,000 87,000 0 2004 Atlas Copco Generator 52 Kw 2020 0 27,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,000 27,000 27,000 0 2012 Big Tow Skid Steer Trailer 20" deck 18,200lb 2020 0 0 13,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,700 13,700 13,700 0 2014 Multi terrain Loader Tracked Skid Cat 287D 2020 0 0 94,400 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94,400 94,400 94,400 0 2014 1/2 Ton 4x4 GMC PU Engineering 2020 34,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34,500 34,500 34,500 0 MacLean MV2 Sidewalk Machine 2020 211,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 211,000 211,000 211,000 0 2014 Ford SUV Escape 2020 0 0 32,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32,700 32,700 32,700 0 Bob Cat All Steer Skid Steer A770 2013 2020 66,850 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66,850 66,850 66,850 0 2014 Chev 4x4 Pick up 2020 0 44,200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,200 44,200 44,200 0 2014 ABI Field Groomer 2020 26,300 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26,300 26,300 26,300 0 Pickup Truck w/ Utility Box 2024 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 80,000 new request (P&R). GF impact Toro Reelmaster 3100D 2024 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 new request (P&R). GF impact 2014 Pro Core deep Aerator SR72 2020 32,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32,000 32,000 32,000 0 2016 Vermeer BC 1800XL015 wood chipper 2017 88,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88,000 88,000 88,000 0 Kubota Tractor Snowblower 2024 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 80,000 new request (P&R). GF impact Medium Duty Fire Rescue Truck 2021 0 360,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 360,000 0 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 Pickup w/plow 2021 0 53,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53,500 53,500 53,500 0 2015 Lift Station Truck with F-550 chassis 2017 0 104,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104,000 104,000 104,000 0 2015 Chevrolet Pickup 4x4 w/Utility box 2021 0 59,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59,500 59,500 59,500 0 Police Cars (7)2020 0 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,000 126,000 126,000 0 2015 Black Ford Taurus Investigation 2021 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2015 Chev Pick up 4x4 with plow 2021 0 88,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88,000 88,000 48,000 40,000 enhanced replacement (PW). GF impact 2015 Chevrolet Pickup 4x4 w/ plow 2021 0 48,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48,000 48,000 48,000 0 2015 White Colorado Bldg div 2021 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2016 Chev Colorado, Bld Inspections 2017 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 4 door 4x4 Pickup Truck 2021 0 44,700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,700 44,700 44,700 0 2015 Ford Focus Hatchback car 2021 0 26,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 26,000 26,000 0 2015 T-650 Tracked Bobcat Skid Steer 2021 0 77,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77,000 77,000 0 77,000 not purchased in 2023 Toro GM 7210 Mower, blower polar tracks 2017 0 71,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71,000 71,000 0 71,000 not purchased in 2023 2015 Mower with blower Toro GM 7210 with Polar tracks 2017 0 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70,000 70,000 77,000 (7,000)cost adjustments 2015 Groomer Rake Toro Model 8750 Pro Sand 5040 2017 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 37,000 71,000 (34,000)cost adjustments 2017 Ground Master Mower 2022 0 130,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 130,000 130,000 70,000 60,000 cost adjustments F550 Truck w/ Dump box, Plow, Sander 2024 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 37,000 63,000 new request (P&R). GF impact RC Mower - Tracked 52" Rotary Mower 2024 0 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 130,000 (55,000)adjusted request (P&R). GF impact 2020 GPS Robot Sprayer 2022 0 44,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,000 44,000 44,000 0 E-21 Engine Pumper for Duty Crew 2017 0 0 640,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 640,000 640,000 640,000 0 2016 Ford Expedtion used by Fire Chief 2017 0 0 57,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 57,500 57,500 57,500 0 2016 Ford Expedtion 2017 0 0 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58,000 58,000 58,000 0 2014 Mack Tandem with plow etc. 2022 0 0 365,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 365,000 365,000 365,000 0 2015 Mack Tandem, with snow equip 2022 0 0 365,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 365,000 365,000 365,000 0 2014 Single Axle dump with Swap Loader Hook 2022 301,600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 301,600 301,600 301,600 0 2001 Onan 350 Kw Generator on Trailer 2022 0 0 115,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115,000 115,000 115,000 0 2016 GMC Sierra 1/2 ton 4x4 double cab Sr Eng Tech 2017 0 0 0 35,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,500 35,500 35,500 0 2016 GMC with Utility Body for Hyd Maint 2017 0 0 61,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61,000 61,000 61,000 0 2015 Engine Pumper 2022 0 0 630,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 630,000 630,000 630,000 0 Nilfisk Advance CS7000 Floor Sweeper/Scrubber 2017 0 0 68,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 68,000 68,000 68,000 0 PD SUV Investigation 2021 0 0 48,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 48,000 48,000 48,000 0 2008 24' trailer with 6' ramps for Paver 2022 0 0 35,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 35,000 35,000 0 2016 Carlson CP100 Asphalt Paver 2017 0 0 270,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 270,000 270,000 270,000 0 Pavement Melter 2020 0 0 59,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59,000 59,000 59,000 0 Mini Excavator Case CX318 2014 2022 0 0 56,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 56,000 56,000 56,000 0 2016 Colorado, Bld inspections 2017 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 37,000 37,000 0 2016 Colorado Pick up--Bld inspections 2017 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 37,000 37,000 0 2016 F-350 Ford pick with plow 2017 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 F-350 Ford Pick up with plow 2017 0 0 49,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49,500 49,500 49,500 0 JD Gator Groomer and Rake 2020 0 0 27,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,000 27,000 27,000 0 2017 Toro GM 7210 D Zero turn 2020 0 0 0 71,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 71,500 71,500 71,500 0 2015 Ford F-150 Pick Up Utility 31 2017 0 55,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55,000 55,000 55,000 0 2016 Tandem Truck with Plow 2023 0 0 0 360,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 360,000 360,000 0 2016 T880 Kenworth Truck Tractor 2023 0 0 0 0 0 190,000 0 0 0 0 190,000 190,000 190,000 0 2017 GMC 2500 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 2023 0 0 0 41,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 41,000 41,000 41,000 0 2017 GMC 2500 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 2023 0 0 0 46,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 46,000 46,000 46,000 0 2017 GMC 1500 Sierra Double Cab 4x4 2023 0 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 37,000 37,000 0 Police Cars (7)2020 0 0 0 126,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,000 126,000 126,000 0 CE-27-0385 CE-27-0386 CE-27-1000 CE-26-5045 CE-27-0052 CE-27-0293 CE-27-0378 CE-27-0384 CE-26-4007 CE-26-4008 CE-26-5039 CE-26-5040 CE-26-5042 CE-26-1723 CE-26-2008 CE-26-2038 CE-26-2046 CE-26-3060 CE-26-0305 CE-26-0381 CE-26-0382 CE-26-051 CE-26-0789 CE-26-0053 CE-26-0054 CE-26-0290 CE-26-0291 CE-26-0292 CE-25-5052 CE-25-50X1 CE-25-50XX CE-25-6136 CE-26-0051 CE-25-5032 CE-25-5035 CE-25-5036 CE-25-5037 CE-25-5038 CE-25-2027 CE-25-2028 CE-25-4005 CE-25-4006 CE-25-5031 CE-25-0376 CE-25-0377 CE-25-0379 CE-25-1000 CE-25-1718 CE-24-50XX CE-24-6070 CE-24-6085 CE-24-60XX CE-25-0035 CE-24-5025 CE-24-5027 CE-24-5028 CE-24-5030 CE-24-50X1 CE-24-3025 CE-24-3045 CE-24-3059 CE-24-4004 CE-24-5021 CE-24-1000 CE-24-17XX CE-24-2020 CE-24-2023 Aug 11, 2023 04:40 PM 193 General Fund levy impact Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 Total Total 2024-2032 2023 CIP Total Dif Comments City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Department Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Department GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> 2017 Bobcat S770 Skid Steer 2020 0 0 0 57,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 57,000 57,000 57,000 0 2017 Bobcat S770 Skid Steer 2020 0 0 0 57,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 57,000 57,000 57,000 0 2015 Low Boy Trailer Towmaster T-100DTG 2017 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 0 0 0 0 120,000 120,000 120,000 0 2015 Side Dup'r trailer 25 yard 2023 0 0 0 66,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 66,000 66,000 66,000 0 2017 Chevy Colorado 2022 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2017 Chevy Colorado 2022 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2017 Chevy Colorado 2022 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2017 Ford F-350 4x4 with plow 2017 0 0 0 49,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 49,500 49,500 49,500 0 Toro GM 7210 Mower, blower polar tracks Broom 2017 0 0 71,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71,000 71,000 71,000 0 2017 F-350 Truck 2022 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 2017 Ford F-350 Truck 2022 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 2017 Isuzu Garbage Truck 2020 0 0 0 139,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 139,000 139,000 139,000 0 2017 Mack Tandem dump truck 2017 0 0 0 0 355,000 0 0 0 0 0 355,000 355,000 355,000 0 2017 Mack Tandem dump truck 2017 0 0 0 0 355,000 0 0 0 0 0 355,000 355,000 355,000 0 2017 Kenworth with B-10 Aquatech Jetter/Vac truck 2017 0 0 0 0 520,000 0 0 0 0 0 520,000 520,000 520,000 0 2017 GMC Sierra Reg Cab 4x2 2023 0 0 0 0 46,000 0 0 0 0 0 46,000 46,000 46,000 0 2018 F550 4x4 dump 2022 0 0 0 0 86,000 0 0 0 0 0 86,000 86,000 86,000 0 Police Cars (7)2020 0 0 0 0 145,000 0 0 0 0 0 145,000 145,000 145,000 0 Falls 12' Snowplow 10' wing 2024 0 0 0 0 56,000 0 0 0 0 0 56,000 56,000 56,000 0 2013 Case Wheel Loader 721F 2017 0 0 0 0 265,000 0 0 0 0 0 265,000 265,000 265,000 0 2016 Stepp 4 yrd hot box for asphalt with F-750 Chassis 2017 0 0 0 0 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 195,000 195,000 0 Street Sweeper 2020 0 0 0 0 290,000 0 0 0 0 0 290,000 290,000 290,000 0 Street Sweeper 2020 0 0 0 0 290,000 0 0 0 0 0 290,000 290,000 290,000 0 2018 Ford F-150 2022 0 0 0 0 41,000 0 0 0 0 0 41,000 41,000 41,000 0 Cat Loader 908H2 2024 0 0 0 0 149,000 0 0 0 0 0 149,000 149,000 149,000 0 2017 Ford F-450 2023 0 0 0 0 87,000 0 0 0 0 0 87,000 87,000 87,000 0 F150 Pickup 4x4 2020 0 0 0 0 37,000 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 37,000 37,000 0 Vermeer Wood chipper 2020 0 0 0 0 98,000 0 0 0 0 0 98,000 98,000 98,000 0 2020 Trimax Mower 2022 0 0 0 0 52,000 0 0 0 0 0 52,000 52,000 52,000 0 2020 mower/mulcher 2022 0 0 0 0 27,000 0 0 0 0 0 27,000 27,000 27,000 0 2014 Explorer Fire Dept 2025 58,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58,000 58,000 58,000 0 Fire Mini-Pumper 2021 0 0 0 0 0 450,000 0 0 0 0 450,000 450,000 450,000 0 2018 Mack GU Single Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 0 0 0 0 330,000 330,000 330,000 0 2018 Mack GU713 Tandem Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 2019 F550 Truck Dump and Lift Gate Body 2022 0 0 0 0 0 91,000 0 0 0 0 91,000 91,000 91,000 0 2019 Freightliner M2 - Jetter 2022 0 0 0 0 0 277,000 0 0 0 0 277,000 277,000 277,000 0 2019 F250 Truck w/ Snow plow 2022 0 0 0 0 0 52,000 0 0 0 0 52,000 52,000 52,000 0 2019 TV Van - Utilities 2022 0 0 0 0 0 308,000 0 0 0 0 308,000 308,000 308,000 0 Ford F-450 contractor box 2017 model 2017 0 0 0 0 0 76,000 0 0 0 0 76,000 76,000 76,000 0 2017 Msaba Conveyor 2022 0 0 0 0 0 68,000 0 0 0 0 68,000 68,000 68,000 0 2019 Cat Asphalt roller 2022 0 0 0 0 0 68,000 0 0 0 0 68,000 68,000 68,000 0 XQ 30KW Portable Generator 2025 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2019 Ford Fusion (pool car)2021 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 0 26,000 26,000 26,000 0 2019 Ford Fusion (pool car)2021 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 0 26,000 26,000 26,000 0 2017 F-450 One ton contractor box 2017 0 0 0 0 0 86,000 0 0 0 0 86,000 86,000 86,000 0 Sidewalk Machine 2020 0 0 0 0 0 215,000 0 0 0 0 215,000 215,000 215,000 0 2017 Ford F550 Truck 2022 0 0 0 0 0 93,000 0 0 0 0 93,000 93,000 93,000 0 2017 Ford F-550 box and lift gate 2022 0 0 0 0 0 175,000 0 0 0 0 175,000 175,000 175,000 0 2017 Ford F-450 with box and lift gate 2022 0 0 0 0 0 77,000 0 0 0 0 77,000 77,000 77,000 0 2017 Kubota RTV 2022 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 0 26,000 26,000 26,000 0 2018 Ford F150 4x4 Super Cab 6.5 Box 2023 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 Fire Engine Pumper 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 920,000 0 0 0 920,000 920,000 920,000 0 2019 Tandem Axle 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 335,000 0 0 0 335,000 335,000 335,000 0 2018 Tandem Axle 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 261,000 0 0 0 261,000 261,000 261,000 0 2020 Chevy Truck 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Police SRO Truck 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 0 0 0 60,000 60,000 60,000 0 Police SUV 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 44,000 0 0 0 44,000 44,000 44,000 0 2015 Asphalt Tack oil distributor with F-750 Chassis 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 2019 F-550 Truck with Crew cab 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 80,000 0 2020 Chevy Silverado 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 55,000 0 0 0 55,000 55,000 55,000 0 2020 Arrow Board 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 26,000 0 0 0 26,000 26,000 26,000 0 2020 Chevy Truck 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 0 0 0 35,000 35,000 35,000 0 2020 Ford Ranger 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 0 0 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2018 International Single Axle Truck 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 207,000 0 0 0 207,000 207,000 207,000 0 F550 Ford 4x4 Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 94,900 0 0 0 94,900 94,900 94,900 0 F250 4x4 2019 Super Cab Ford Pickup 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 54,600 0 0 0 54,600 54,600 54,600 0 F250 4x4 2019 Super Cab Ford Pickup 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 52,000 0 0 0 52,000 52,000 52,000 0 CE-30-4017 CE-30-5054 CE-30-5057 CE-30-5061 CE-30-5062 CE-30-2030 CE-30-2072 CE-30-2080 CE-30-2085 CE-30-4016 CE-30-0387 CE-30-0388 CE-30-0395 CE-30-1728 CE-30-1730 CE-29-5050 CE-29-5051 CE-29-5053 CE-29-5060 CE-30-0048 CE-29-4014 CE-29-4015 CE-29-5043 CE-29-5046 CE-29-5047 CE-29-0394 CE-29-2039 CE-29-2051 CE-29-2076 CE-29-3061 CE-29-0296 CE-29-0297 CE-29-0390 CE-29-0391 CE-29-0392 CE-28-6104 CE-28-6133 CE-28-6134 CE-29-0047 CE-29-0049 CE-28-2065 CE-28-4012 CE-28-5023 CE-28-5043 CE-28-5058 CE-28-1000 CE-28-2018 CE-28-2019 CE-28-2037 CE-28-2056 CE-28-0294 CE-28-0295 CE-28-0380 CE-28-0383 CE-28-0389 CE-27-5044 CE-27-5045 CE-27-5048 CE-27-5049 CE-27-5055 CE-27-3067 CE-27-3068 CE-27-4009 CE-27-4010 CE-27-4011 CE-27-2053 CE-27-2054 Aug 11, 2023 04:40 PM 194 General Fund levy impact Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 Total Total 2024-2032 2023 CIP Total Dif Comments City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Department Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Department GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> 2019 F-550 Ford Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 82,300 0 0 0 82,300 82,300 82,300 0 2020 Toro Zero Turn 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 2020 Toro Zero Turn 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 2020 F-150 1/2 Ton 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 42,000 0 0 0 42,000 42,000 42,000 0 2019 Cargo Van 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 41,000 0 0 0 41,000 41,000 41,000 0 2020 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 1 Ton 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 54,200 0 0 0 54,200 54,200 54,200 0 2020 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 1 Ton 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 56,900 0 0 0 56,900 56,900 56,900 0 2011 Ford F-350 4x4 Grass Rig 2027 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66,000 0 0 66,000 66,000 66,000 0 2019 Mack GR64F Tandem Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 2019 Mack GR64F Tandem Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 2021 John Deere 710L 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 230,000 0 0 230,000 230,000 230,000 0 Shop Lift-drive on 14,000 lbs. Capacity with jacks 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,400 0 0 24,400 24,400 24,400 0 2019 Mack GR42F Single Axle 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 380,000 0 0 380,000 380,000 380,000 0 2016 EH Trailer 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104,000 0 0 104,000 104,000 104,000 0 2019 Colorado 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38,000 0 0 38,000 38,000 38,000 0 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,800 0 0 36,800 36,800 36,800 0 2021 Chevrolet Bolt EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34,600 0 0 34,600 34,600 34,600 0 2016 John Deere 4066R Utility Tractor with snow blower 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 0 0 110,000 110,000 110,000 0 2019 F-250 Ford Super Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,300 0 0 60,300 60,300 60,300 0 2021 Tractor 4066R 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 95,400 0 0 95,400 95,400 95,400 0 2021 John Deere 624L Loader 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 313,900 0 0 313,900 313,900 313,900 0 2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,900 0 0 35,900 35,900 35,900 0 Triple Combination Engine Pumper 2028 1,020,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,020,000 1,020,000 0 1,020,000 Originally scheduled for 2022. 2020 Western Star 4700 SF 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 312,000 0 312,000 312,000 312,000 0 2020 Western Star 4700 SF 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 360,000 0 360,000 360,000 360,000 0 2020 Tymco 500X Street Sweeper 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 425,000 0 425,000 425,000 425,000 0 2022 Asphalt Planer 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 36,000 0 36,000 36,000 36,000 0 2017 Wacker Dump Cart 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88,400 0 88,400 88,400 88,400 0 2018 PV350-D1W Pacific Tech 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62,800 0 62,800 62,800 62,800 0 2020 T-50 Trailer 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55,500 0 55,500 55,500 55,500 0 2019 Nissan Leaf EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,800 0 33,800 33,800 33,800 0 2019 Nissan Leaf EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,600 0 33,600 33,600 33,600 0 2020 Nissan Leaf EV 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33,600 0 33,600 33,600 33,600 0 2019 F-550 4x4 Ford Super Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86,100 0 86,100 86,100 86,100 0 2020 F-550 Ford Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 86,000 0 86,000 86,000 86,000 0 2019 F-550 Ford Reg. Cab 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77,600 0 77,600 77,600 77,600 0 2020 John Deere 4066R Compact Utility Tractor 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91,100 0 91,100 91,100 91,100 0 2017 Turfco TRF 338 Spreader 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42,500 0 42,500 42,500 42,500 0 $3,224,050 $2,292,400 $3,284,800 $1,293,500 $3,094,000 $3,180,000 $2,926,900 $2,229,300 $1,824,000 $0 $23,348,950 $23,348,950 $21,523,950 $1,825,000 Public Safety - Replace Garage Air Makeup Unit 2015 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Replace water to air and water to water pumps - Central and Zachary Plants 2020 60,000 60,000 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 180,000 180,000 180,000 0 Maintenance Facility - RTU Replacement for Mechanic's Office and Sign Making Room 2017 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 Citywide - Bathroom Remodels 2020 90,000 90,000 90,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 270,000 270,000 270,000 0 Public Safety - Garage Waterproofing Repairs 2019 0 0 0 0 55,000 0 0 0 0 0 55,000 55,000 55,000 2023 project delayed Old Central - Roof Replacement 2020 0 0 0 0 135,000 0 0 0 0 0 135,000 135,000 135,000 2023 project delayed City Hall - Landscaping Replacement 2020 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 60,000 60,000 2023 project delayed City Hall - Elevator Replacement 2020 330,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 330,000 330,000 2023 project delayed Public Safety - Passenger Elevator (entry)2021 115,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115,000 115,000 115,000 2023 project delayed PCC - Install Generator 2021 0 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Landscape Rehab 2023 120,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 120,000 120,000 2023 project delayed City Hall - Replace Kato-lite generator and supporting switch gear/panels 2020 195,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 195,000 195,000 195,000 0 Fire Station 1 - Replace generator and switch gear 2023 200,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 200,000 200,000 0 Zachary WTP -- Parking lot replacement 2023 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60,000 60,000 60,000 0 Public Safety VAV controller replacement 2023 25,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 PCC - Replace Metal Roof Sections 2020 0 140,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 140,000 140,000 140,000 0 Public Safety - Roof Section Replacement 2020 0 160,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 160,000 160,000 0 Fire Station 1 - Roof Replacement 2020 0 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 City Hall - Replace and Repair Heated Concrete Sidewalk 2020 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 City Hall - Replace Vinyl Flooring 2020 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 Fire Station 1 - Replace Plumbing Finishes and Fixtures 2020 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Station 73 - Replace AC, AC Compressors, & Radiant Heaters 2020 0 80,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 80,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Overhead Door Replacement 2022 0 45,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 City Hall - Courtyard Sidewalk Replacement 2023 0 40,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 City Hall - Landscape Rehab 2023 0 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 400,000 400,000 0 FM-25-0009 FM-25-0010 FM-25-0011 FM-25-0012 FM-25-0013 FM-25-0001 FM-25-0002 FM-25-0003 FM-25-0004 FM-25-0005 FM-23-0013 FM-24-0001 FM-24-0003 FM-24-0004 FM-24-0005 FM-23-0003 FM-23-0004 FM-23-0008 FM-23-0009 FM-23-0010 FM-19-0002 FM-20-0023 FM-21-0001 FM-21-0013 FM-23-0001 CE-32-5068 CE-32-6095 Total: Central Services - Central Equipment Central Services - Public Facilities CE-32-4022 CE-32-4023 CE-32-5063 CE-32-5064 CE-32-5065 CE-32-2090 CE-32-3078 CE-32-3079 CE-32-3082 CE-32-4021 CE-31-5079 CE-31-7002 CE-32-2071 CE-32-2074 CE-32-2084 CE-31-4018 CE-31-4019 CE-31-5041 CE-31-5067 CE-31-5076 CE-32-0043 CE-31-0396 CE-31-0791 CE-31-2057 CE-31-3075 CE-31-4013 CE-30-5074 CE-30-5075 CE-31-0042 CE-31-0298 CE-31-0299 CE-30-5066 CE-30-5069 CE-30-5070 CE-30-5071 CE-30-5072 Aug 11, 2023 04:40 PM 195 General Fund levy impact Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 Total Total 2024-2032 2023 CIP Total Dif Comments City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Department Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Department GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Zachary WTP - Dehumidification and Ventilation System Replacement 2022 0 800,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 800,000 800,000 800,000 0 Central WTP - Exhaust Fans/Transfer Replacement 2022 0 160,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 160,000 160,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace 2 Roof Sections 2020 0 600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 600,000 600,000 600,000 0 Zachary WTP - Replace Generator 2020 0 0 110,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 110,000 110,000 110,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Flooring Finishes 2020 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 150,000 150,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Electrical Panels from 1979 2020 0 0 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 400,000 400,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Standpipes and Repair Sprinkler System 2020 0 0 108,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 108,000 108,000 108,000 0 Central WTP - Mechanical Replacements 2020 0 0 950,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 950,000 950,000 950,000 0 Fire Station 1 - Replace Makeup Air Unit 2020 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 Central WTP - Installation of RTU 2022 0 0 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 400,000 400,000 0 City Hall RTU 5 replacement 2023 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 Zachary WTP - Replace Roof 2020 0 0 0 205,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 205,000 205,000 205,000 0 City Hall - Replace/Update fire/security systems 2020 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Fire Station 1 - Fire/Security update 2020 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Public Safety - Replace Electrical panels/Switch gears and generator 2020 0 0 0 380,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 380,000 380,000 380,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Ceiling Tiles 2020 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Vehicle Storage Area Skylights 2020 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Public Safety - Replace Ceiling Tiles 2020 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Roof Drains 2020 0 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace HVAC Automation Controls 2020 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Zachary WTP - Replace Dry Cooling Rooftop Unit 2020 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 City Hall - Remodel Council Chambers, Reception, Trophy Cases, Decorative Woodwork 2020 0 0 0 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Bi-fold Door Replacement 2022 0 0 0 120,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 120,000 120,000 0 Zachary WTP - Replace electrical panels/switch gear servicing the facility 2020 0 0 0 0 130,000 0 0 0 0 0 130,000 130,000 130,000 0 City Hall - Replace Reheat Coil Units 2020 0 0 0 0 180,000 0 0 0 0 0 180,000 180,000 180,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Office Side Rooftop unit 1 2020 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Public Safety - Replace bi-fold garage doors 2023 0 0 0 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 150,000 150,000 0 Central WTP - Replace Roof 2020 0 0 0 0 0 160,000 0 0 0 0 160,000 160,000 160,000 0 City Hall - Replace Ceiling Tiles 2020 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Replace Wall Finishes 2020 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 0 0 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 City Hall - Replace Plumbing Fixtures 2020 0 0 0 0 0 90,000 0 0 0 0 90,000 90,000 90,000 0 Station 73 - Replace Standpipes and Repair Sprinkler System 2020 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 Public Safety - Replace Gutters and Downspouts 2020 0 0 0 0 0 62,000 0 0 0 0 62,000 62,000 62,000 0 Public Safety - Replace Thermostats and Controls 2020 0 0 0 0 0 200,000 0 0 0 0 200,000 200,000 200,000 0 City Hall - RTU # 4 (trane)2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 Zachary WTP - Exhaust Fan Replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 Public Safety - RTU #7 and 8 Replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 0 0 0 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Mechanical Unit Heaters 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 Public Safety - Exhaust Fans 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 29,000 0 0 0 29,000 29,000 29,000 0 Public Safety - Water Softener 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 35,000 0 0 0 35,000 35,000 35,000 0 City Hall - Roll Down Door replacement 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 80,000 0 0 0 80,000 80,000 80,000 0 Maintenance Facility - RTU 2 replacement 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 0 0 300,000 300,000 300,000 0 Public Safety - Boiler Replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 0 0 300,000 300,000 300,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Mechanic Equipment 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45,000 0 0 45,000 45,000 45,000 0 Maintenance Facility - Interior Furnishes replacement 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 City Hall - Replace 2 boilers 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 0 400,000 400,000 400,000 0 Fire Station 2 - Replace washers and dryers 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 0 10,000 10,000 10,000 0 Public Facilities Building Automation System 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 PCC - Mech/Elec/Plumbing updates 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 PCC - Exterior Repairs and Maintenance 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 PCC - Interior Repair/Maintenance to Finishes 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Fire Station 2 - Exterior Repair and Maintenance 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 Fire Station 2 - Interior Repair/Maintenance to Finishes 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Fire Station 2 - Mech/Elec/Plumbing updates 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 Fire Station 3 - Exterior Repair and Maintenance 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 Fire Station 3 - Interior Repair/Maintenance to Finishes 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 0 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 Fire Station 3 - Mech/Elec/Plumbing updates 2023 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40,000 0 40,000 40,000 40,000 0 Seal Coating/Crack Sealing/Asphalt Repair 2004 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 450,000 450,000 450,000 0 Misc. Concrete Replacement 2004 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 0 450,000 450,000 450,000 0 Roof Inspections and Repairs 2014 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,000 0 315,000 315,000 315,000 0 Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing 2023 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 0 225,000 225,000 225,000 0 Door and Window repair/replacement - Citywide 2020 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 0 270,000 270,000 270,000 0 Interior Flooring Repair/Replacement 2023 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 0 225,000 225,000 225,000 0 Exterior Maintenance to City buildings 2023 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 0 225,000 225,000 225,000 0 $1,525,000 $3,090,000 $2,788,000 $1,755,000 $1,340,000 $1,067,000 $1,114,000 $660,000 $1,305,000 $0 $14,644,000 $14,644,000 $13,829,000 $815,000 FM-XX-9004 FM-XX-9005 FM-XX-9006 FM-XX-9007 Total: Central Services - Public Facilities FM-32-0011 FM-32-0012 FM-XX-9001 FM-XX-9002 FM-XX-9003 FM-32-0006 FM-32-0007 FM-32-0008 FM-32-0009 FM-32-0010 FM-32-0001 FM-32-0002 FM-32-0003 FM-32-0004 FM-32-0005 FM-30-0007 FM-30-0008 FM-31-0001 FM-31-0002 FM-31-0003 FM-30-0002 FM-30-0003 FM-30-0004 FM-30-0005 FM-30-0006 FM-29-0004 FM-29-0005 FM-29-0007 FM-29-0008 FM-30-0001 FM-28-0004 FM-28-0005 FM-29-0001 FM-29-0002 FM-29-0003 FM-27-0015 FM-27-0016 FM-27-0018 FM-28-0001 FM-28-0003 FM-27-0006 FM-27-0007 FM-27-0009 FM-27-0010 FM-27-0014 FM-26-0013 FM-27-0001 FM-27-0002 FM-27-0004 FM-27-0005 FM-26-0005 FM-26-0008 FM-26-0009 FM-26-0011 FM-26-0012 FM-25-0017 FM-25-0018 FM-26-0001 FM-26-0002 FM-26-0003 Aug 11, 2023 04:40 PM 196 General Fund levy impact Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 Total Total 2024-2032 2023 CIP Total Dif Comments City of Plymouth 2023 Amended Capital Improvement Plan 2024-2032 Projects by Department Budget Year: 2024 Report Group: Department GL Account Type: Revenue & Expense Stage: <All> Department or Division: <All> Account Category or GL Account: <All> Asset Category or Asset Type: <All> Fund Category or Fund: <All> Mission Farm Lift Station Rehabilitation 2022 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,000,000 1,000,000 300,000 700,000 Lancaster Lift Station Electrical Renovation 2022 100,000 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,500,000 200,000 Line Sanitary Sewer Main: Annual Program 2002 1,630,000 1,370,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 12,200,000 11,000,000 10,100,000 900,000 Trunk Sewer Oversizing 2004 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Future Lift Station Improvements 2020 0 150,000 560,000 250,000 150,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 150,000 150,000 0 3,410,000 3,410,000 3,410,000 0 $2,830,000 $3,120,000 $1,660,000 $1,350,000 $1,250,000 $2,100,000 $2,200,000 $1,350,000 $1,350,000 $1,200,000 $18,410,000 $17,210,000 $15,410,000 $1,800,000 Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 2016 120,000 1,480,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,600,000 1,600,000 0 1,600,000 2023 project delayed 54th Avenue from Peony Lane to CSAH 101 2016 0 0 250,000 3,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,250,000 3,250,000 3,250,000 0 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 2,400,000 0 0 0 2,900,000 2,900,000 2,900,000 0 Station 73 Transit Regional Improvement Project (TRIP)2022 4,350,000 20,000,000 2,973,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,323,000 27,323,000 5,000,000 22,323,000 Consolidated three separate projects into single project Hwy 55 Pavement Preservation Project 2022 480,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 480,000 480,000 0 480,000 2023 project delayed Chankahda Trail Reconstruction - Phase 3 (Vicksburg to CR 61)2022 500,000 13,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,500,000 13,500,000 13,500,000 0 2024 project moved to 2025 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 9,280,000 3,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,780,000 12,780,000 7,480,000 5,300,000 Portion of 2023 project delayed and increased scope 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 1,500,000 5,850,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,350,000 8,350,000 3,500,000 4,850,000 Consolidated three separate projects into single project Peony Lane Bridge over CP Rail Improvements 2023 0 200,000 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 950,000 950,000 0 950,000 New project Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 6,000,000 5,750,000 6,150,000 4,700,000 9,700,000 7,850,000 10,250,000 7,850,000 9,200,000 0 67,450,000 67,450,000 61,200,000 6,250,000 Project shift due to RAISE & inflation Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 3,725,000 2,300,000 2,000,000 1,700,000 1,600,000 1,450,000 1,450,000 1,750,000 2,450,000 0 18,425,000 18,425,000 15,400,000 3,025,000 Project shift due to pavement condition assessment Replace Retaining Walls 2005 100,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 0 1,065,000 1,065,000 1,065,000 0 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 3,350,000 4,050,000 3,600,000 2,850,000 3,250,000 4,250,000 4,000,000 4,200,000 4,200,000 0 33,750,000 33,750,000 34,500,000 (750,000)Project shifts due to development and scope shifts Traffic Signal Improvements 2020 50,000 300,000 50,000 50,000 0 50,000 300,000 0 0 0 800,000 800,000 800,000 0 Concrete Sidewalk Replacement 2007 0 0 300,000 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 0 525,000 525,000 525,000 0 $29,455,000 $56,545,000 $17,188,000 $12,415,000 $14,665,000 $14,290,000 $18,605,000 $14,005,000 $15,980,000 $0 $193,148,000 $193,148,000 $149,120,000 $44,028,000 Zachary WTP Plate Settler Plant Expansion 2022 2,250,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,250,000 3,250,000 3,250,000 0 Well Refurbishing 2003 320,000 330,000 345,000 510,000 530,000 540,000 540,000 365,000 380,000 0 3,860,000 3,860,000 3,860,000 0 Trunk Watermain Oversizing 2004 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Treatment Plant Refurbishing 2019 50,000 175,000 561,000 827,000 595,000 595,000 309,000 235,000 210,000 0 3,557,000 3,557,000 3,557,000 0 Water Storage Facility Improvements 2020 0 0 125,000 75,000 0 0 0 150,000 0 0 350,000 350,000 350,000 0 Trunk Watermain Lining Program 2022 3,000,000 75,000 2,250,000 0 75,000 2,250,000 0 75,000 0 0 7,725,000 7,725,000 7,025,000 700,000 $5,720,000 $1,580,000 $3,281,000 $1,412,000 $1,200,000 $3,385,000 $849,000 $825,000 $590,000 $0 $18,842,000 $18,842,000 $18,142,000 $700,000 19th Avenue/Dunkirk Lane Pond Improvement 2016 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 250,000 250,000 0 Ponderosa Woods Stream Restoration 2017 400,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 400,000 400,000 400,000 0 Parkers Lake Chloride Reduction Project 2020 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 300,000 0 300,000 2023 project delayed Storm Sewer Outfall Repair Projects 2023 0 820,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 820,000 820,000 100,000 720,000 2023 project delayed Four Seasons Mall Water Quality Improvements 2023 820,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 820,000 820,000 0 820,000 2023 project delayed Plymouth Creek Stream Restoration – Dunkirk to PIC 2014 0 0 1,000,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 0 West Medicine Lake Pond Maintenance 2022 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 500,000 500,000 0 Maintain Water Quality Ponds 2002 150,000 150,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 300,000 0 1,950,000 1,950,000 1,950,000 0 Unspecified Drainage Improvement 2004 100,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 0 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 0 BCWMC Water Quality, Channel, and Basin Improvements 2020 0 0 75,000 500,000 75,000 500,000 75,000 500,000 0 0 1,725,000 1,725,000 1,725,000 0 Future Water Quality Improvement Projects 2020 0 0 1,000,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,500,000 0 8,750,000 8,750,000 8,750,000 0 Future Lift Station Improvements 2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 280,000 180,000 320,000 0 780,000 780,000 780,000 0 $1,720,000 $1,970,000 $2,475,000 $3,150,000 $1,725,000 $2,200,000 $2,155,000 $2,480,000 $2,420,000 $0 $20,295,000 $20,295,000 $18,455,000 $1,840,000 $44,474,050 $68,597,400 $30,676,800 $21,375,500 $23,274,000 $26,222,000 $27,849,900 $21,549,300 $23,469,000 $1,200,000 $288,687,950 $287,487,950 $236,479,950 $51,008,000 $54,439,050 $71,622,400 $33,666,800 $26,365,500 $25,404,000 $29,942,000 $30,544,900 $23,359,300 $23,469,000 $1,200,000 $320,012,950 $318,812,950 $267,984,950 $50,828,000 TOTAL: PUBLIC WORKS GRAND TOTAL WR-XX-9002 WR-XX-9003 WR-XX-9004 WR-XX-9005 Total: Water Resources WR-22-0003 WR-22-0004 WR-25-0001 WR-25-0002 WR-XX-9001 Water Resources WR-19-0001 WR-21-0003 WR-21-0006 WA-XX-9002 WA-XX-9003 WA-XX-9004 WA-XX-9005 Total: Water Total: Street Maintenance Water WA-23-0001 WA-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9003 ST-XX-9005 ST-XX-9006 ST-XX-9007 ST-24-0002 ST-24-0003 ST-25-0002 ST-26-0003 ST-XX-9001 ST-17-0002 ST-17-0003 ST-20-0001 ST-23-0003 ST-23-0004 SS-XX-9002 SS-XX-9003 Total: Sewer Street Maintenance Sewer SS-23-0002 SS-24-0001 SS-XX-9001 Aug 11, 2023 04:40 PM 197 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-320 RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE 2024 BUDGETS WHEREAS, the 2024 budget reflects the first year of the 2024/2025 biennial budget; and WHEREAS, the 2024 budget resolution and the accompanying proposed 2024 tax levies contained in Resolution No. 2023-323 are submitted by the city in accordance with Minnesota Statutes and other applicable laws in effect on this date; and WHEREAS, the City Council concurs on the 2024 Plymouth Housing and Redevelopment Authority budgets in the amount of $6,475,632 (HRA General, Housing Choice, Vicksburg Crossing and Plymouth Towne Square). NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF PLYMOUTH,MINNESOTAthat the proposed 2024 operating budgets for the following funds are hereby given approval. NOW,BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Council approves the following uses of surplus and public safety aid: Fund 2024 Proposed Budgets General $53,907,649 Recreation $ 3,172,377 Transit $ 6,366,619 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)$ 511,055 Destination Marketing Organization (DMO)$ 365,880 Water $12,123,949 Water Resources $ 6,303,506 Sewer $13,724,513 Solid Waste $ 1,944,127 Ice Center $ 2,705,326 Field House $ 473,250 Central Equipment $ 5,317,955 Public Facilities $ 4,526,211 Information Technology $ 3,561,625 Risk Management $ 3,641,221 Total $118,645,263 198 Resolution 2023-320 Page 2 NOW,BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Council approves the transfer of the 12/31/23 year-end fund balance from the Water and Sewer Replacement fund to the Water fund per the utility rate study; NOW,BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Council declares its intent to take all necessary actions legally permissible to the submission and approval of the city’s budget and property tax levies. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. Uses of surplus: Risk Management fund 2,700,000$ Facilities fund 250,000 Early payoff of 2015A debt 1,684,642 PIC projects 1,600,000 6,234,642$ Uses of public safety aid: Fleet 2024 1,250,000$ New positions 3 years @ $300,000/year 900,000 2,150,000$ 199 Resolution 2023-320 Page 3 STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS. The undersigned, being the duly qualified and appointed City Clerk of the City of Plymouth, Minnesota, certifies that I compared the foregoing resolution adopted at a meeting of the Plymouth City Council on December 12, 2023 with the original thereof on file in my office, and the same is a correct transcription thereof. WITNESS my hand officially as such City Clerk and the Corporate seal of the City this ___________day of __________________, __________. ____________________________________ Jodi M. Gallup, City Clerk 200 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-321 RESOLUTION APPROVING AMENDED 2024-2032 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN WHEREAS, beginning with the 2024/25 budget cycle, the biennial budget will be comprised of operating budget performed in odd years and capital budgets performed in even years; WHEREAS, the operating budget for 2024/25 was completed this year with an amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan to bridge until the capital budget is performed in 2024; WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the proposed amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan for the City of Plymouth on November 15, 2023; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission recommended approval of the proposed amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF PLYMOUTH,MINNESOTAthat the Amended 2024-2032 Capital Improvement Plan is approved. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 201 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-322 RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE 2024 HRA LEVY WHEREAS, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 469.090 to 469.108 (the EDA Act), the City of Plymouth City Council, created the Housing and Redevelopment Authority in and for the City of Plymouth, Minnesota (the Authority); and WHEREAS, pursuant to the HRA Act, the City Council granted to the Authority all of the powers and duties of a housing and redevelopment authority under the provisions of Minnesota statutes; and WHEREAS, Section 469.033, subdivision 6 of the HRA Act permits the Authority to levy a tax upon all taxable property within the city to be expended for the purposes authorized by the Act; and WHEREAS, such levy may be in an amount not to exceed 0.0185 percent of estimatedmarket value of the city; and WHEREAS, the Authority has filed its budget for the special benefit levy in accordance with the budget procedures of the city; and WHEREAS, based upon such budgets, the Authority will levy all or such portion of the authorized levy as it deems necessary. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA, that authorization is hereby given for the Authority to levy for taxes payable in 2024, such tax upon the taxable property of the city as the Authority may determine, subject to the limitations contained in the HRA Act. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS. The undersigned, being the duly qualified and appointed City Clerk of the City of Plymouth, Minnesota, certifies that I compared the foregoing resolution adopted at a meeting of the Plymouth City Council on December 12, 2023 with the original thereof on file in my office, and the same is a correct transcription thereof. WITNESS my hand officially as such City Clerk and the Corporate seal of the City this ___________day of __________________, __________. ____________________________________ Jodi M. Gallup, City Clerk 202 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-323 RESOLUTION ADOPTING TAX LEVIES FOR TAXES PAYABLE 2024 WHEREAS, the City Council has given preliminary approval to the proposed operating budgets for calendar year 2024. The proposed budgets require monies to be raised from property taxes on taxable property in the City of Plymouth. NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTAthat the amounts listed above be raised by property tax on taxable property in the City of Plymouth for taxes payable in 2024 as set out in the proposed 2024 budget. BEITFURTHERRESOLVEDthat the scheduled debt levies for the Series 2020A of $2,660,910 is hereby cancelled and will be levied at a reduced amount of $2,360,910 and there are sufficient funds on hand to cover the debt service payment. Levy Type Proposed 2024 Levy Base General Fund Base 40,878,873$ Street Reconstruction 2,938,539 Recreation Fund 972,979 Park Replacement 1,010,631 Capital Improvement Fund 511,026 Total Levy Base 46,312,048$ Special Levies 2020A Plymouth Community Center 2,360,910 2021A Fire Stations 1,348,095 Total Special Levies 3,709,005$ Total City Levy 50,021,053$ HRA Levy 658,823$ Total Levy 50,679,876$ 203 Resolution 2023-323 Page 2 BEITFURTHERRESOLVED,that the said preliminary property tax levy be certified to the County Auditor of Hennepin County on or before December 28, 2023. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS. The undersigned, being the duly qualified and appointed City Clerk of the City of Plymouth, Minnesota, certifies that I compared the foregoing resolution adopted at a meeting of the Plymouth City Council on December 12, 2023 with the original thereof on file in my office, and the same is a correct transcription thereof. WITNESS my hand officially as such City Clerk and the Corporate seal of the City this ___________day of __________________, __________. ____________________________________ Jodi M. Gallup, City Clerk 204 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-324 RESOLUTION APPROVING A GENERAL INCREASE TO WAGES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO BENEFITS PLANS FOR NON-REPRESENTED EMPLOYEES IN 2024 WHEREAS, the classification and compensation plan has been updated to align with the 2024 budget which has been submitted to the City Council for review and approval; and WHEREAS, a compensation study completed in 2023 indicated that market adjustments are necessary to achieve the target pay of the 75th percentile of market comparable cities; and WHEREAS, the proposed 2024 pay plan reflects a 3% general pay increase and 1% market adjustment for a total of a 4% increasefor non-union staff; and WHEREAS, the proposed pay plan and policy changes have been funded under the appropriate line items in the 2024 budget as presented to the City Council; NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOFPLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA, that it should, and hereby does: 1. Approve a 3% general pay increase and 1% market adjustment for a total of a 4% increase to the for non-union employee wage planseffective December 23, 2023. 2. Approve 2024 health and dental insurance contributions levels for non-union employees, as follows (reflecting a 0% increase in premiums and contributions): Health Insurance: Total City City Total Employee Monthly Contribution Contribution City Contribution Premium to Premium to VEBA Contribution to Premium Plan 1 $2,500/80% - Achieve Single ($2,500 Deductible)$665.38 $665.38 $187.50 $852.88 $0.00 Family ($5,000 Deductible)$1,662.43 $1,213.57 $187.50 $1,401.07 $448.86 Plan 2 $2,500/80% - Open Access Single ($2,500 Deductible)$707.86 $707.86 $187.50 $895.36 $0.00 Family ($5,000 Deductible)$1,768.55 $1,273.36 $187.50 $1,460.86 $495.19 Plan 3 $2,250/100% - Achieve Single ($2,250 Deductible)$736.35 $736.35 $187.50 $923.85 $0.00 Family ($4,500 Deductible)$1,839.73 $1,306.21 $187.50 $1,493.71 $533.52 Plan 4 $2,250/100% - Open Access Single ($2,250 Deductible)$783.35 $783.35 $187.50 $970.85 $0.00 Family ($4,500 Deductible)$1,957.16 $1,350.44 $187.50 $1,537.94 $606.72 Plan 5 $2,500/80% - Select 205 Resolution 2023-324 Page 2 Single ($2,500 Deductible)$601.68 $601.68 $208.34 $810.02 $0.00 Family ($5,000 Deductible)$1,503.27 $1,127.45 $312.50 $1,439.95 $375.82 Employees who waive health insurance coverage and are covered by a spouse or parent’s group health plan are eligible to receive $353 per month into a VEBA account. Dental Insurance: The city pays the full dental premium for employees who elect single health insurance or waive health insurance. The 2024 premiums are: single: $38.69/month, family: $115.74/month. 3. Approve changes to the city’s 2024 staffing levels as included in the overall budget, for a total increase of 8.7 full time equivalency positions (FTEs). 4. Direct the city manager to proceed with the ongoing implementation and maintenance of the compensation plan and its components. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. 206 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:7.4 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Dalton Larson, Interim Finance Manager Reviewed by:Andrea Rich, Finance Director Item:Public hearing on 2024 fees 1.Action Requested: Conduct public hearing and adopt the following: - Ordinances amending fees (utility fees, franchise fees, permit fees, and other city fees) - Resolution authorizing summary publication (requires 6/7 vote) - Resolution approving inter-fund loan 2.Background: Fees: The Utility Rate Study reflects 2024 general fee increases for Water (8.0%), Sewer (5.5%), Water Resources (4.0%), Recycling ($1.00) and Organics ($3.00 beginning March 2024). Additionally, the commercial irrigation rate is increasing 37% for the single tier which more closely hits the mid-point of the two residential irrigation tiers and promotes water conservation. Franchise fees reflect an increase of 40% in 2024 with the move to adjusting rates every five years versus annually. In addition, staff are proposing an inter-fund loan from the Utility Trunk Expansion fund to the Street Reconstruction fund of up to $13 million. The Utility Trunk Expansion fund was created to track the cost of adding water and sewer mains to new developments and assist in evaluating whether the incoming revenue from new development was adequate to cover the related expenses and has adequate funds on hand. Based upon projects programmed in the city's capital improvement plan for street reconstruction (e.g., Plymouth Boulevard and Chankahda Trail), the increase to franchise fees and inter-fund loan will ensure the city has adequate funding for all current and future street projects through 2035. Other Fees: Outlined in the attached ordinance are other city fees that reflect new fees being added to the schedule, amended fees, and the removal of fees that the city no longer charges. 3.Budget Impact: As indicated in attachments. 207 4.Attachments: Utility Rate Study presentation City Council Ordinance 2023-19 City Council Ordinance 2023-20 City Council Ordinance 2023-21 City Council Ordinance 2023-22 City Council Resolution 2023-325 City Council Resolution 2023-326 208 2024 UTILITY RATE STUDY October 24, 2023 209 Utility Rate Study •Building on AE2S consultant water usage and tiered rate structure review in 2022 •Building in most recent capital projects 2 Water 49.7$ Sewer 25.9$ Water Resources 37.5$ 2024-2032 Capital Costs (in millions) •Performed every five years •Capital and contractual agreements for sewer treatment and recycling are 62% of the total 2024 budget 210 Utility Rate Study - Assumptions 3 Water Sewer Water Resources Solid Waste Cash Consumption Revenue Investment Income New Growth Medicine Lake 80% converted in 10 years at bell curve rate Other adj Transfer in of $2.7M water/sewer replacement fund balance Personnel expenses Other expenses 24/25 based on budget, then 3% plus new Republic contract Met Council actual 2024, then 5% Organics $3.00 in 2024, 4% 25/26, 3% thereafter Allocations Capital Expenses includes annual contingency of $400k and 2% inflation includes annual contingency of $500k and 2% inflation includes annual contingency of $1M and 2% inflation Target reserve Year-end 2022 is starting point 24/25 based on budget, then 3% 24/25 based on budget, then 3% 3 months next yr opr excluding depreciation, 100% of debt service and 50% capital 50 new average residences per year 5% See rates 3 year average 2.00% 211 Water Residential •Base charges – fixed monthly fees to cover costs regardless of consumption •Consumption – based on metered use of water •Conservation – MN legislature requires a conservation rate structure which the tiers support 4 2023 2024 Increase Base fee 4.96 5.36 8% Tiers (2 months) up to 12,500 gallons 1.79 1.93 8% 12,501 - 35,000 gallons 2.25 2.43 8% > 35,000 gallons 3.87 4.18 8% Irrigation (2 months) up to 35,000 gallons 2.25 2.43 8% > 35,000 gallons 3.87 4.18 8% WATER RESIDENTIAL 212 Source: AE2S study 213 Water Residential Gallons per Month 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Light 2,500 $0.75 $0.81 $0.89 $0.95 $0.64 $0.68 $0.42 $0.43 $0.47 Average 6,250 1.28 1.37 1.52 1.63 1.09 1.16 0.72 0.73 0.80 Above Avg 12,500 2.40 2.56 2.84 3.06 2.03 2.16 1.35 1.36 1.49 Heavy 22,500 4.85 5.16 5.69 6.16 4.08 4.36 2.69 2.76 2.94 Consumption Level Change in Residential & Multi-Family Charges by Consumption Level per customer, per month Proposed Residential Water Rate Increases Estimated Impact to User 6 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Water 3.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%5.0%5.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% 214 Water Commercial •Base charges – fixed monthly fees to cover costs regardless of consumption •Consumption – based on metered use of water •Demand – billed to commercial users with meters 1 ½” or greater •Conservation – Reset of irrigation rate 7 2023 2024 Increase Commercial (per gallon)2.14 2.31 8% Irrigation (per gallon)2.67 3.66 37% WATER COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL 215 Water Commercial Proposed Commercial Water Rate Increases Estimated Impact to User 8 Average Gallons per Month 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 3/4" and 1" meters 7,190 $1.62 $1.72 $1.90 $2.08 $1.42 $1.43 $0.94 $0.95 $0.96 1 1/2" meter 28,644 10.21 10.93 11.96 13.03 8.84 9.06 5.86 5.95 6.05 2" meter 84,079 22.11 23.57 25.93 28.34 19.26 19.58 12.80 12.94 13.08 3" meter 113,672 35.17 37.58 41.22 44.98 30.53 31.20 20.28 20.55 20.83 4" meter 245,887 66.93 71.40 78.48 85.75 58.25 59.31 38.72 39.15 39.59 6" meter 826,386 230.10 244.16 270.44 296.90 202.22 203.28 134.70 135.13 135.57 Irrigation 1,205,688 1,194.03 350.08 386.28 410.43 277.65 289.72 181.07 193.14 193.15 Meter Size Change in Commercial Charges by Meter Size per customer, per month 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Water 3.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%5.0%5.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% Commercial Irrigation 3.0%37.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%5.0%5.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% 216 Water 9 Proposed Water Rate Increases 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Water 3.0%8%8%8%8%5%5%3%3%3% 217 Sanitary Sewer •Base charges – fixed monthly fees to cover costs regardless of consumption •Consumption •based on metered use of water •Residential are charged lesser of actual consumption or winter average 10 2023 2024 Increase Base fee 8.46 8.93 5.5% per 1,000 gallons 4.97 5.24 5.5% SEWER 218 Sanitary Sewer 11 Proposed Sewer Rate Increases 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Sewer 5.5%5.5%4.5%4.0%3.0%3.0%3.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% 219 Water Resources Primary source of funding for surface water plan, erosion control, wetland regulations and environmental programs 12 2023 2024 Increase Residential (per month)8.66 9.01 4% Multi-residential (per acre)28.70 29.85 4% Commercial/Industrial (per acre)62.04 64.52 4% WATER RESOURCES 220 Water Resources 13 Proposed Water Resources Rate Increases 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Water Resources 3.0%4.0%4.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0% 221 Solid Waste Recycling contract represents 80% of operating costs 14 2023 2024 Increase Residential Recycling (per month)4.25$ 5.25$ 1.00$ Residential Organics 3.00$ SOLID WASTE 222 Solid Waste 15 Proposed Solid Waste Rate Increases 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Recycling 0.40$ 1.00$ 2.50$ 0.75$ 0.75$ 0.50$ 0.50$ 0.50$ 0.25$ 0.25$ Organics 3.00$ 0.12$ 0.12$ 0.10$ 0.10$ 0.10$ 0.11$ 0.11$ 0.11$ 223 Street Reconstruction & Franchise Fees 16 224 Street Reconstruction Fund & Franchise Fees •Street reconstruction is funded via franchise fees, property taxes, MSA and special assessments •With large projects coming up, will need to make some changes to stay cash positive in the street reconstruction fund •Proposed increase franchise fees (proposing moving to 5 year rate changes and bump in 2024) of 40% •Proposed interfund loan/bonding for approximately $11 million to cover projects in 2024-2026 •Possibly increase property tax levy (currently at 3%) in 2025 17 225 Franchise Fee Comparison 18 Plymouth Current Plymouth Proposed 2024 Brooklyn Park Edina as of 1/1/24 Burnsville Minnetonka Bloomington Proposed 2024 Eden Prairie Residential 5.04 7.06 7.00 7.10 8.00 9.00 11.90 13.00 Small C&I - Non-Demand 7.58 10.62 7.50 12.00 24.00 9.00 23.80 17.00 Small C&I - Demand 25.32 35.44 45.00 34.00 80.00 27.00 126.00 41.00 Large C&I 101.2 141.68 160.00 142.00 360.00 90.00 364.00 179.00 rate cycle Annual 5 years NA 2 years 5 years since 2019 2 years 5 years used for street reconstruction street reconstruction mill, overlay, reconstruction pedestrian & cycle safety, conservation & sustainability, street lighting capital for city facilities and infrastructure trail expansion and underground electrical lines road seal coat, overlay, trail/sidewalks and some ROW - not street reconstruction (bond with 25% spec assess) street reconstruction 226 Total Annual Impact to Resident 19 * Based on median value home of $470,000 and average water usage 2023 2024 Change Property Taxes 1,106.20 1,163.65 57.45 Water 193.80 209.04 15.24 Sewer 486.24 512.76 26.52 Surface Water 103.92 108.12 4.20 Recycling 51.00 63.00 12.00 Organics - 36.00 36.00 Franchise Fees 60.48 84.72 24.24 Total 2,001.64 2,177.29 175.65 Resident* 227 Next Steps •Decisions •Rates are approved with the budget in December•Increase in commercial irrigation rate to drive conservation and more closely align with residential tiering•Pursue a city code change requiring irrigation meters with new development•Future – Research rate structure changes (e.g., impervious surface driver for surface water) in conjunction with new ERP •Upcoming Dates •November 14, 2023: Internal Service Funds budget discussion•November 28, 2023: Additional budget discussion (if needed)•December 12, 2023: Budget Public Hearing 20 228 Details Utility Rates – historical and proposed Utility Rates Comparison to Other Cities Capital expenditures incorporated 21 229 22 Utility Rate Study – History & Proposed 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 %/$ increases Water 3.5%3.5%3.5%3.5%3.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%5.0%5.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% Commercial Irrigation 3.5%3.5%3.5%3.5%3.0%37.0%8.0%8.0%8.0%5.0%5.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% Sewer 6.0%5.5%5.5%5.5%5.5%5.5%4.5%4.0%3.0%3.0%3.0%3.0%3.0%3.0% Water Resources 7.5%7.0%3.0%7.0%3.0%4.0%4.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0%7.0% Recycling 0.25$ 0.35$ 0.35$ 0.40$ 0.40$ 1.00$ 2.50$ 0.75$ 0.75$ 0.50$ 0.50$ 0.50$ 0.25$ 0.25$ Organics 3.00$ 0.12$ 0.12$ 0.10$ 0.10$ 0.10$ 0.11$ 0.11$ 0.11$ Rates Water Base fee 4.35 4.5 4.66 4.82 4.96 5.36 5.79 6.25 6.75 7.09 7.44 7.66 7.89 8.13 Residential (2 months) up to 12,500 gallons 1.57 1.62 1.68 1.74 1.79 1.93 2.08 2.25 2.43 2.55 2.68 2.76 2.84 2.93 12,501 - 35,000 gallons 1.97 2.04 2.11 2.18 2.25 2.43 2.62 2.83 3.06 3.21 3.37 3.47 3.57 3.68 > 35,000 gallons 3.39 3.51 3.63 3.76 3.87 4.18 4.51 4.87 5.26 5.52 5.80 5.97 6.15 6.33 Commercial 1.87 1.94 2.01 2.08 2.14 2.31 2.49 2.69 2.91 3.06 3.21 3.31 3.41 3.51 Irrigation Residential (2 months) up to 35,000 gallons 1.97 2.04 2.11 2.18 2.25 2.43 2.62 2.83 3.06 3.21 3.37 3.47 3.57 3.68 > 35,000 gallons 3.39 3.51 3.63 3.76 3.87 4.18 4.51 4.87 5.26 5.52 5.80 5.97 6.15 6.33 Commercial/Industrial 2.34 2.42 2.5 2.59 2.67 3.66 3.95 4.27 4.61 4.84 5.08 5.23 5.39 5.55 Sewer Base fee 6.82 7.2 7.6 8.02 8.46 8.93 9.33 9.70 9.99 10.29 10.60 10.92 11.25 11.59 per 1,000 gallons 4.01 4.23 4.46 4.71 4.97 5.24 5.48 5.70 5.87 6.05 6.23 6.42 6.61 6.81 Water Resources Residential 6.86 7.34 7.56 8.09 8.66 9.01 9.37 10.03 10.73 11.48 12.28 13.14 14.06 15.04 Multi-residential (per acre)22.75 24.34 25.07 26.82 28.70 29.85 31.04 33.21 35.53 38.02 40.68 43.53 46.58 49.84 Commercial/Industrial (per acre)49.17 52.61 54.18 57.98 62.04 64.52 67.10 71.80 76.83 82.21 87.96 94.12 100.71 107.76 Residential Recycling (per month)2.75 3.1 3.45 3.85 4.25 5.25 7.75 8.50 9.25 9.75 10.25 10.75 11.00 11.25 Residential Organics (per month)3.00 3.12 3.24 3.34 3.44 3.54 3.65 3.76 3.87 230 Utility Rate Study – Comparison to Other Cities Edina Water Residential Base 4.82 8.17 - based on meter size 7.50 - 24.55 based on meter size Tier 1 0-6,250 1.79 0-5,000 1.69 0-6,000 4.67 0-5,000 2.38 0-6,667 2.55 0-6,667 1.59 0-6,000 3.43 0-4,000 2.42 Tier 2 6,250-17,500 2.25 5,000-10,000 1.75 > 6,000 8.22 5,000-15,000 2.96 6,667-13,333 3.58 6,667-13,333 2.14 6,000-13,333 3.91 4,000-8,000 3.68 Tier 3 > 17,500 3.87 10,000-15,000 2.18 > 15,000 3.71 13,333-20,000 4.92 > 13,333 2.87 13,333-23,333 4.88 > 8,000 6.08 Tier 4 15,000-35,000 2.73 >20,000 6.58 >23,333 6.79 Tier 5 > 35,000 3.24 Multi-residential same as res same as res same as res same as res 2.65 same as res same as res 3.68 Commercial Base 4.82 8.17 - based on meter size 8.94 - 24.55 - Tier 1 0-25,000 2.14 0-5,000 1.69 4.67 0-15,000 2.38 2.65 1.77 Oct-April 3.43 0-16,666 2.42 Tier 2 > 25,000 2.14 5,000-10,000 1.75 15,000-105,000 2.96 May-Sept 3.91 16,666-66,666 3.02 Tier 3 10,000-15,000 2.18 > 105,000 3.71 > 66,666 3.77 Tier 4 15,000-35,000 2.73 Tier 5 > 35,000 3.24 Meter/Demand 3/4" - - - - - - - 25.96 1" - - - - - - - 35.41 1 1/4" - - - - - - - 40.36 1 1/2" 61.81 - - - - - - 45.40 2" 92.72 - - - - - - 73.12 3" 193.18 - - - - - - 277.63 4" 309.09 - - - - - - 353.39 6" 618.23 - - - - - - 447.83 8" NA - - - - - - 568.74 Industrial (per gallon) 2.14 - - - - 1.77 - - Minnetonka Rates (based on monthly 2023) Plymouth Apply Valley Bloomington Burnsville Eden Prairie Maple Grove 231 Edina Irrigation Residential Tier 1 0-17,500 2.25 0-5,000 1.69 2.49 0-4,000 3.68 Tier 2 > 17,500 3.87 5,000-10,000 1.75 > 4,000 6.08 Tier 3 10,000-15,000 2.18 Tier 4 15,000-35,000 2.73 Tier 5 > 35,000 3.24 Commercial/Industrial Tier 1 2.67 0-5,000 1.69 8.22 3.71 0-13,000 3.58 2.49 0-75,000 3.91 0-4,000 3.68 Tier 2 5,000-10,000 1.75 13,000-20,000 4.92 75,000-175,000 4.88 > 4,000 6.08 Tier 3 10,000-15,000 2.18 >20,000 6.58 >175,000 6.79 Tier 4 15,000-35,000 2.73 Tier 5 > 35,000 3.24 Sewer Base fee Residential 8.46 10.67 6.59 7.50 8.99 combined with water Commercial 8.46 10.67 6.59 8.94 REU combined with water Residential Tier 1 4.97 0-5,000 3.41 5.29 4.27 3.87 2.93 3.60 2.29 Tier 2 5,000-10,000 3.46 Tier 3 10,000-15,000 3.83 Tier 4 15,000-35,000 4.87 Tier 5 > 35,000 5.57 Commercial same as res same as res same as res REU 7.60 same as res same as res same as res same as res Water Resources Residential 8.66 8.75 7.60 6.22 5.50 7.97 Multi-residential (per acre) 28.70 6.08 61.83 4.13 Commercial/Industrial (per acre) 62.04 61.85-79.04 Per REU 9.55 Commercial 7.60 8.58 formula Per impervious area sq ft formula Residential Recycling (per month) 4.25 - 6.29 13.50 7.05 4.40 Organics Recycling (per month) 5.50 Minnetonka Rates (based on monthly 2023) Plymouth Apply Valley Bloomington Burnsville Eden Prairie Maple Grove 24 Utility Rate Study – Comparison to Other Cities cont’d 232 Inflation Rate 2.00% PROJECT DESCRIPTION PROJECT #2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Total Funding Provided by Water Fund Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection - - 60,000 - - - - - - - 60,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue - - - - - - - 310,000 - - 310,000 CR 9 at TH 169 Bridge Replacement - - - - - - - - - - - 36th Ave from Pilgrim Ln to TH 169 - - 500,000 - - - - - - - 500,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation - 200,000 - - - - - - - - 200,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 1,750,000 1,400,000 1,400,000 1,500,000 1,200,000 2,400,000 1,900,000 2,500,000 1,900,000 2,200,000 18,150,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 300,000 400,000 300,000 330,000 230,000 230,000 230,000 230,000 230,000 230,000 2,710,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 100,000 100,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 175,000 175,000 200,000 200,000 1,550,000 Zachary WTP Coatings Rehabilitation - Phase 2 955,000 - - - - - - - - - 955,000 Zachary WTP Plate Settler Plant Expansion 250,000 250,000 1,000,000 - - - - - - - 1,500,000 Well Refurbishing 640,000 320,000 330,000 345,000 510,000 530,000 540,000 540,000 365,000 380,000 4,500,000 Treatment Plant Refurbishing 50,000 50,000 175,000 561,000 827,000 595,000 595,000 309,000 235,000 210,000 3,607,000 Water Storage Facility Improvements 235,000 - - 125,000 75,000 - - - 150,000 - 585,000 Trunk Watermain Lining Program 75,000 3,000,000 75,000 2,500,000 - 75,000 2,750,000 - 75,000 3,000,000 11,550,000 Future Project Contingency 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 400,000 3,200,000 Total Water Fund 4,355,000 5,720,000 4,390,000 5,911,000 3,392,000 4,380,000 6,590,000 4,464,000 3,555,000 6,620,000 39,302,000 Inflated Total 4,567,356 6,272,800 3,671,610 4,835,874 7,421,410 5,127,733 4,165,249 7,911,513 43,973,545 Changes since 2023 CIP to be updated in 2025 Changes in 2024 Amendment WA-XX-9003 WA-XX-9004 City of Plymouth Water Utility Capital Improvement Plan WA-XX-9005 ST-17-0002 ST-20-0001 ST-20-0002 ST-20-0003 ST-24-0003 ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9005 WA-22-9003 WA-23-0001 WA-XX-9001 25 233 Inflation Rate 2.00% PROJECT DESCRIPTION PROJECT #2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Total Funding Provided by Sewer Fund Bass Lake Lift Station Pump Replacements 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250,000 Mission Farm Lift Station Equipment Replacement 400,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,400,000 Lancaster Lift Station Electrical Renovation 0 100,000 1,600,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,700,000 Mission Farm Lift Station Electrical Renovation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Line Sanitary Sewer Main: Annual Program 370,000 1,630,000 1,370,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 1,200,000 11,370,000 Future Lift Station Improvements 0 0 150,000 560,000 250,000 150,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 150,000 150,000 3,410,000 Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,000 0 0 10,000 CR 9 at TH 169 Bridge Replacement 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 0 150,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 90,000 60,000 60,000 70,000 50,000 75,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 805,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 150,000 130,000 110,000 140,000 100,000 100,000 110,000 110,000 110,000 110,000 1,170,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 50,000 50,000 50,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 70,000 70,000 590,000 Future Project Contingency 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 4,000,000 Total Sewer Fund 1,310,000 3,120,000 3,890,000 2,430,000 2,060,000 1,985,000 2,870,000 2,980,000 2,130,000 2,130,000 20,475,000 Inflated Total 4,047,156 2,578,735 2,229,810 2,191,600 3,232,086 3,423,083 2,495,634 2,545,547 22,743,653 Changes since 2023 CIP to be updated in 2025 Changes in 2024 Amendment SS-23-0001 SS-23-0002 SS-24-0001 SS-25-0001 SS-XX-9001 SS-XX-9003 ST-17-0002 ST-20-0001 City of Plymouth Sanitary Sewer Utility Capital Improvement Plan ST-20-0002 ST-24-0003 ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9005 26 234 Inflation Rate 2.00% PROJECT DESCRIPTION PROJECT #2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 Total Funding Provided by Water Resources Fund Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 0 0 100,000 CR 9 at TH 169 Bridge Replacement 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,000 36th Ave from Pilgrim Ln to TH 169 0 0 300,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 2023 City Center Pavement Rehabilitation 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Lancaster & Pilgrim Intersection and Stormwater Improvements 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 0 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 100,000 700,000 721,000 756,000 789,000 789,000 813,000 864,000 890,000 890,000 7,312,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 35,000 30,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 425,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 75,000 75,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 1,700,000 Chelsea Woods Drainage - Weston Ln. to CR 6 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Weston Lane Storm Sewer Lift Station Rehab.50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 19th Avenue/Dunkirk Lane Pond Improvement 50,000 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300,000 Maple Creek Stream Restoration 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350,000 Courts/Fields of Nantarre Drainage Improvement 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 Ponderosa Woods Stream Restoration 75,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75,000 Parkers Lake Chloride Reduction Project 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,000 Bass Lake Estates 2nd Addition Stream Restoration 55,000 0 250,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 305,000 Storm Sewer Outfall Repair Projects 600,000 100,000 820,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,520,000 Four Seasons Mall Water Quality Improvements 700,000 70,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 770,000 Plymouth Creek Bank Repairs 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100,000 West Medicine Lake Pond Maintenance 0 0 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 Maintain Water Quality Ponds 150,000 150,000 150,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 300,000 2,100,000 Unspecified Drainage Improvement 0 100,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 2,000,000 BCWMC Water Quality, Channel, and Basin Improvements 0 0 0 75,000 0 75,000 0 75,000 0 0 225,000 Future Water Quality Improvement Projects 0 0 0 1,000,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 1,500,000 8,750,000 Future Lift Station Improvements 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 280,000 180,000 320,000 780,000 Future Project Contingency 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 Total Water Resources Fund 4,015,000 1,825,000 4,131,000 3,421,000 3,629,000 3,754,000 3,763,000 4,369,000 4,170,000 4,610,000 Inflated Total 4,297,892 3,630,393 3,928,146 4,144,719 4,237,749 5,018,608 4,885,820 5,509,377 Changes since 2023 CIP to be updated in 2025 Changes in 2024 Amendment City of Plymouth Water Resources Capital Improvement Plan ST-20-0001 ST-20-0002 ST-20-0003 ST-23-0001 ST-23-0005 ST-24-0003 ST-XX-9001 ST-XX-9002 ST-XX-9005 WR-15-0004 WR-16-0001 WR-19-0001 WR-20-0001 WR-20-0006 WR-21-0003 WR-21-0006 WR-22-0001 WR-22-0003 WR-22-0004 WR-22-0005 WR-25-0002 WR-XX- WR-XX- WR-XX- 9003 WR-XX- WR-XX- 27 235 Street Reconstruction Updated Capital Year Identified 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2024-2032 Total Hamel Road Frontage Road Connection 2016 120,000 870,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 990,000 Juneau Lane from Hampton Hills to 59th Avenue 2016 0 0 0 0 0 500,000 1,780,000 0 0 2,280,000 Station 73 Transit Regional Improvement Project (TRIP)2022 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 750,000 Hwy 55 Pavement Preservation Project 2022 330,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 330,000 Chankahda Trail Reconstruction - Phase 3 (Vicksburg to CR 61) 2022 500,000 6,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,500,000 Plymouth Blvd Rehabilitation 2023 4,830,000 1,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,330,000 36th Ave Rehabilitation 2021 1,500,000 2,000,000 1,000,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,500,000 Peony Lane Bridge over CP Rail Improvements 2023 0 200,000 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 950,000 Annual Street Reconstruction 2012 3,040,000 2,659,000 3,197,000 1,784,000 4,736,000 3,337,000 5,112,000 3,286,000 4,310,000 31,461,000 Mill & Overlay Projects 2005 2,070,000 1,620,000 1,330,000 1,140,000 1,040,000 875,000 875,000 1,175,000 1,875,000 12,000,000 Replace Retaining Walls 2005 100,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 115,000 130,000 130,000 130,000 1,065,000 Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) Project 2019 0 0 1,240,000 540,000 0 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,230,000 1,230,000 6,420,000 Traffic Signal Improvements 2020 50,000 0 50,000 0 0 50,000 0 0 0 150,000 Concrete Sidewalk Replacement 2007 0 0 300,000 0 0 75,000 75,000 75,000 0 525,000 $ 13,290,000 $ 14,964,000 $ 7,982,000 $ 3,579,000 $ 5,891,000 $ 6,042,000 $ 9,062,000 $ 5,896,000 $ 7,545,000 $ 74,251,000 ST-XX-9003 ST-XX-9005 ST-XX-9006 ST-XX-9007 Total: Street Reconstruction Fund ST-XX-9002 Street Reconstruction Fund ST-17-0002 ST-20-0001 ST-23-0003 ST-23-0004 ST-24-0002 ST-24-0003 ST-25-0002 ST-26-0003 ST-XX-9001 28 236 CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDINANCE NO. 2023-19 ORDINANCE AMENDING A GAS ENERGY FRANCHISE FEE ON CENTERPOINT ENERGY MINNESOTA GAS (“CENTERPOINT ENERGY”)FOR PROVIDING GAS ENERGY SERVICE WITHIN THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDAINS: On January 14, 2014, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2014-02 implementing a gas energy franchise fee on Centerpoint Energy Minnesota Gas (“Centerpoint Energy”) for providing gas energy service within the City of Plymouth, Minnesota. The last rate adjustment occurred on December 13, 2022. Schedule A of the franchise ordinance is hereby amended to reflect a 40% adjustment as follows: Classification 2023 Fees 2024 Fees Residential $2.52 per month $3.53 per month Firm A $3.79 per month $5.31 per month Firm B $12.65 per month $17.71 per month Firm C $50.61 per month $70.85 per month Small Volume, Dual Fuel A $50.61 per month $70.85 per month Small Volume, Dual Fuel B $50.61 per month $70.85 per month Large Volume, Dual Fuel $50.61 per month $70.85 per month Effective Date. The effective date of this ordinance shall be after its publication and ninety (90) days after its passage and publication and sending of written notice enclosing a copy of this adopted Ordinance to Centerpoint Energy by certified mail. ADOPTED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. JeffryWosje, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Jodi Gallup, City Clerk 237 CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDINANCE NO. 2023-20 ORDINANCE AMENDING FRANCHISE FEE FOR WRIGHT-HENNEPIN COOPERATIVE ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION,ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, FOR PROVIDING ELECTRIC SERVICE WITHIN THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDAINS: On January 14, 2014, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2014-03 implementing franchise fee for Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association, its successors and assigns, for providing electric service within the City of Plymouth, Minnesota. The last rate adjustment occurred on December 13, 2022. Schedule A of the franchise ordinance is hereby amended to reflect a 40% adjustment as follows: Classification 2023 Fees 2024 Fees Residential $2.52 per month $3.53 per month Small C&I –Non-Demand $3.79 per month $5.31 per month Small C&I –Demand $12.65 per month $17.71 per month Large C&I $50.61 per month $70.85 per month Effective Date. The effective date of this ordinance shall be after its publication and ninety (90) days after the sending of written notice enclosing a copy of this adopted Ordinance to Wright-Hennepin by certified mail. ADOPTED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. Jeffry Wosje, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Jodi Gallup, City Clerk 238 CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDINANCE NO. 2023-21 ORDINANCE AMENDING FRANCHISE FEE FOR NORTHERN STATES POWER COMPANY,A MINNESOTA CORPORATION, D/B/A XCEL ENERGY,ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS,FOR PROVIDING ELECTRIC SERVICE WITHIN THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDAINS: On January 14, 2014, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2014-01 implementing franchise fee for Northern States Power Company, a Minnesota Corporation, D/B/A Xcel Energy, its successors and assigns, for providing electric service within the City of Plymouth, Minnesota. The last rate adjustment occurred on December 13, 2022. Schedule A of the franchise ordinance is hereby amended to reflect a 40% adjustment as follows: Schedule A of that Ordinance is hereby amended as follows: Classification 2023 Fees 2024 Fees Residential $2.52 per month $3.53 per month Small C&I –Non-Demand $3.79 per month $5.31 per month Small C&I –Demand $12.65 per month $17.71 per month Large C&I $50.61 per month $70.85 per month Effective Date. The effective date of this ordinance shall be after its publication and ninety (90) days after the sending of written notice enclosing a copy of this adopted Ordinance to Xcel Energy by certified mail. ADOPTED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. JeffryWojse, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Jodi Gallup, City Clerk 239 CITY OF PLYMOUTH ORDINANCE NO. 2023-22 ORDINANCE AMENDING RATES AND FEES THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA ORDAINS: SECTION 1. Section 1010.01, Sub. 2 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: Subd. 2. Amusements and Entertainments.Reserved. Type of License Fee Bingo $250.00 Investigation fee $5.00 each occasion SECTION 2. Section 1010.01, Sub. 6 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: Subd. 6. Motor Vehicles. Type of License Fee Motor Bike Rentals $150.00 Taxicabs A.Each Cab $60.00 B.Each Operator $25.00 C.Transfer of Cab License $15.00 SECTION 3. Section 1010.01, Sub. 10 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: Subd. 10. Rental Dwellings Type of License Fee A.One Family Dwelling $150.00/3 years $160.00/3 years B.Two Family Dwelling $225.00/3 years $240.00/3 years C.Condominium Dwelling Unit $150.00/3 years $160.00/3 years D.Three Family Dwelling $100.00 $110.00 E.Four Family Dwelling $125.00 $135.00 F.Five or More Family Dwelling $100.00 $125.00 per Complex plus $6.00 $7.00 per Rental Unit G.Reinspection Fee $40.00 per Inspection H.Investigation fee for unlicensed rental dwelling $500.00 first offence offense $1,000 second offence offense within 365 days 240 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 2 SECTION 4. Section 1015.13 of the Plymouth City Code (Plumbing Permit Fees) is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: For the installation of any interior sanitary sewer systems, water systems, or repair or alterations of any interior sanitary sewer systems or water systems, and all plumbing systems. The fees are as follows: (a)2% of job cost $45 minimum (b)Lawn sprinkling system $45 (c )Water Meter Fees: ¾” x 7 ½” meter setter $130 $137 ¾” x 9” long Meter Setter $142 $153 ¾” Meter, Radio Remote & Setter $452 $505 1” Meter Setter $210 $218 1” Meter & Radio Remote $405 $462 1” Meter, Radio Remote and Setter $615 $680 1 ½” Meter, Radio Remote and Flanges $809 $825 2” Turbo Meter and Flanges $1,264 $1,295 3” Turbo Meter and Flanges $1,548 $1,689 4” Turbo Meter and Flanges $2,320 $2,393 2” Compound Meter and Flanges $2,474 $2,758 3” Compound Meter and Flanges $3,001 $3,520 4” Compound Meter and Flanges $4,742 $5,454 SECTION 5. Section 1015.19 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: 1015.19. - Water and Sanitary Sewer Permit Fees. Water and sanitary sewer permit fees are as follows: (a) Residential Water Connection or Disconnection $40.00 plus cost of meter (b) Commercial Water Connection or Disconnection 1% of Job Cost, $40.00 minimum plus cost of meter (c) Residential Sewer Connection or Disconnection $40.00 241 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 3 (d) Commercial/Industrial Sewer Connection or Disconnection 1% of Job Cost, $40.00 minimum (e) Alteration or Repair of any Private Underground Sewer or Water System 1% of Job Cost, $40.00 minimum (f) Commercial/Industrial Plan Review Fee for Inspection of Private Underground Utility Installation (when submittal documents are required) $100.00 (g) Water Turn-Off-/Turn-On Charge (1)Scheduled during regular business hours $40.00 (2)Unscheduled during regular business hours $80.00 (3)Outside regular business hours $160.00 (h) Curb box adjustment: Residential $35.00 Commercial $70.00 (i) Industrial, Commercial, Public and Institutional Property, and Private Fire Hydrant Inspection Fee $35.00 per year each (j) Reinspection Fee $15.00 (k) Violation of Water Sprinkling Ban $100.00 for each day of violation of Section 720.37 (l) City Sewer Connection Charge (REC) $582.00 $594.00 per unit (m) City Water Connection Charge (REC) $1,493.00 $1,523.00 per unit (n) City Water Area Charge $5,134.00 $5,237.00 per acre (o) City Sewer Area Charge $1,382.00 $1,410.00 per acre SECTION 6. Section 1015.21 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: 1015.21. – Electrical Permit, Plan Review, and Inspection Fees. Electrical permit procedures and fees are as follows. It shall be unlawful for any person to perform work subject to the Building Code for which a permit is required without first obtaining a permit therefore from the City. (a)Residential Permits (One-and Two-Family Dwellings) (1)Complete wiring on new construction $125.00 $150.00 per unit (2)Upgraded electrical services and sub-panels $40.00 $50.00 242 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 4 (3)Wiring of additions, remodeling and rewiring $40.00 $45.00 1st Room + $7.00 each additional room (4)Minor work only (furnace wiring, saver switches, garages, air conditioning, etc.) $40.00 $45.00 (b)Multi-Family Permits (1)Complete wiring on new construction $50.00 $55.00 per unit for first 12 units, $30.00 per unit thereafter (2)Additions, remodeling and rewiring Permit based on job cost as follows: $0.00-$50,000.00 2.5% of value ($40.00 minimum fee) $50,001.00 and over $1,250.00 for first $50,000.00 plus 0.0075% of remaining balance (c)Non Residential Permits (1)Permit based on job cost as follows: $0.00-$50,000.00 2.5% of value ($40.00 minimum fee) $50,001.00 and over $1,250.00 for first $50,000.00 plus 0.0075% of remaining balance (d)Other (1) Temporary service during construction $30.00 $45.00 (0—100 amps) $50.00 $60.00 (100+ amps) (2) Elevators and/or moving stairs $25.00 per unit (3)(2)Swimming pools and hot tubs $50.00 each (4)(3)Alarm system (120 volts only)$40.00 $45.00 (5)(4)Sign wiring $30.00 $40.00 per sign (6)(5)Lighting fixture retrofit/replace $20.00 $40.00 + $0.50 per fixture (7)(6)Exterior pole/building lighting $30.00 $40.00 + $1.00 per fixture (8)(7)Additional inspections $50.00 each (9)(8)Plan Check Fees 0.0015% of the job cost when value of work exceeds $50,000.00 SECTION 7. Section 1015.31, Sub. 2. of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: Subd. 2. Fees. (a)Administrative Permit Fee –For Special/Temp. Outdoor Events:$50.00 243 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 5 (b)Administrative Permit Fee – Other $50.00 for residential uses, $100.00 for all other uses (c) Comprehensive Plan Amendment Fee: $200.00 $250.00, plus $1,500.00 $2,000.00 cash escrow* (Applicant must also pay separately for entire cost of traffic study, if required) (d)Conditional Use Permit Fee:$400.00 for residential uses, (New or Amendment) $500.00 $600.00 for all other uses, (Applicant must also pay separately for entire cost of traffic study, if required) (e)Environmental Review Fee: (EAW, EIS, and AUAR) $200.00 $300.00, plus $4,000.00 cash escrow* (Applicant must also pay separately for entire cost of traffic study, if required) (f)Home Occupation License Fee:$100.00 for new applications, $35.00 for renewals (g) Interim Use Permit Fee: $400.00 for residential uses, $500.00 for all other uses, $35.00 for renewals (h)Planned Unit Development Fees: -PUD General Plan:$300.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* -PUD Amendment to existing 1-or 2-family PUDs:$200.00 -PUD Amendment (excludes 1-or 2-family PUDs):$300.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* -PUD Final Plan:$150.00 -Minor Plan Modification:$100.00 (i)Platting Fees: -Preliminary Plat – 3 lots or fewer: $300.00 $350.00, plus $2,000.00 $2,500.00 cash escrow* -Preliminary Plat – 4 or more lots: $300.00 $350.00, plus $3,500.00 $4,000.00 cash escrow* -Final Plat –3 lots or fewer:$200.00 $350.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* -Final Plat –4 or more lots:$300.00 $350.00, plus $3,000.00 cash escrow* (j)Pre-Application Sketch Review Fees:$200.00 $350.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* (k)Site Plan Fees: -Major (new or amendment):$200.00 $300.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* -Minor (new or Amendment):$200.00 $300.00 -Plan Modification:$100.00 244 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 6 (l)Vacation Fee: (Rights-of-Way or Easement) $450.00, plus $110.00 per new easement required to be recorded (m)Encroachment Fee:$300.00 (n)Variance Fees: -Noise Variance:$50.00 if for 3 days or fewer, $100.00 if for 4 days or more -Subdivision Code Variance:$150.00 -Zoning Ordinance Variance:$200.00 for 1-and 2-family lots, $300.00 for all other lots (o)Wetland Review Fees: -Delineation Report:$200.00 -Reclassification Request:$200.00 -Wetland Replacement Plan:$300.00 (p)Zoning Amendment Fees: -Map Amendment (Rezoning)$700.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* -Text Amendment $300.00, plus $2,000.00 cash escrow* (q)Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Application $500.00 application fee; $20,000.00 cash escrow *When multiple applications are applied for at the same time, the City collects one cash escrow in the amount of the largest escrow required for the overall proposal (e.g., a proposal that includes both a comprehensive plan amendment and a PUD general plan would require one cash escrow in the amount of $2,000.00). SECTION 8.Section 1015.33 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: 1015.33. - Utility Fees. Sanitary Sewer, water, storm water utility fees are as follows: (a) Sanitary Sewer Utility Fees. (1) Base Fee.A charge of $8.46 $8.93 per month shall be made to every sanitary sewer account to defray administrative costs, billing costs, and other fixed costs of the City. (2) Volume Charge.A charge of $4.97 $5.24 per 1,000 gallons of sewage discharged into the City's sanitary sewer system shall be made to each sanitary sewer account except for qualified senior citizens for whom a charge of $4.45 $4.72 per 1,000 gallons will apply. For purposes of this Section, an individual must meet the following criteria for the qualified senior citizen discount to apply: (1) the individual must be 62 years of age or older; (2) the property must be homesteaded; and (3) the individual's name must appear on the bill. Seniors in a multi-unit building will also be eligible for a senior discount if the bylaws, or other governing documents for the building, require that at least one tenant/owner in each unit be at least 62 years of age. No new enrollment will be accepted into this 245 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 7 program beginning 2015. For residential customers, the volume of such sewage discharge shall be based upon the actual amount of water consumed during the appropriate two month billing, in the period of December through February. For non-residential customers, the volume of such sewer discharge shall be based upon the actual water consumed by the account each month. Alternatively, non-residential customers may have their volumes of sewer discharge based on actual sewage flows or calculated sewage flows if sewer usage or sewer deduct meters are installed. In instances where there is no metered water service to an account or the account history is inadequate, the volume of sewer usage shall be that used for similar classes of property similarly situated. Alternatively, residential customers who desire to have the volume of sewer discharge based on average winter water usage may install a water meter to meter their well water usage. (b) Water Rates.The rate due and payable to the City by each water user within the City for water taken from the water supply system shall be as follows: (1) Base Fee.A charge of $4.96 $5.36 per month shall be made to every water account. This charge defrays administrative and billing costs of the City as well as the State water connection surcharge. (2) Volume Charge—Commercial, Industrial, Public and Institutional.A charge of $2.14 $2.31 per 1,000 gallons of water used shall be made to each water account. In those instances where there is no adequate water meter history, the measure of usage shall be that used for similar classes of property similarly situated. Volume Charge—Residential.A charge of $1.79 $1.93 per 1,000 gallons of water for the first 12,500 gallons used, $2.25 $2.43 per 1,000 gallons of water for 12,501 to 35,000 gallons used, and $3.87 $4.18 per 1,000 gallons of water for over 35,000 gallons used for a two month billing period, shall be made to each residential water account. In those instances where there is no adequate water meter history, the measure of usage shall be that used for similar classes of property similarly situated. Volume Charge—Separately Metered Commercial, Industrial, Public and Institutional Irrigation.A charge of $2.67 $3.66 per 1,000 gallons of waters shall be made to each separately metered commercial, industrial, public and institutional irrigation account. In those instances where there is no adequate water meter history, the measure of usage shall be that used for similar classes of property similarly situated. Volume Charge—Separately Metered Residential Irrigation.A charge of $2.25 $2.43 per 1,000 gallons of water for the first 35,000 gallons used per housing unit served, and $3.87 $4.18 per 1,000 gallons of water for over 35,000 gallons per housing unit served for a two month billing period, shall be made to each separately metered residential irrigation account. In those instances where there is no adequate water meter history, the measure of usage shall be that used for similar classes of property similarly situated. (3) Demand Charge.The following monthly charge shall be made to every Commercial, Industrial, Public and Institutional water account to reflect the water demand the establishment can place upon the system. Meter Size ..... Charge 1-½" .....$61.81 $66.75 2" .....$92.72 $100.14 246 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 8 3" .....$193.18 $208.63 4" .....$309.09 $333.82 6" and over .....$618.23 $667.69 (4) Stopped or Faulty Meter.In case the meter is found to have stopped or to be operating in a faulty manner, the amount of water used will be estimated in accordance with the amount used previously. (5) Water Availability Charge.A water availability charge at the rate of $2.68 $2.89 per month is due and payable by the owner of each lot or parcel of land which has municipal water service available if such lot or parcel is not connected to the municipal water system; provided, this charge is not due if there is no building or other structure on such lot or parcel. (c) Radio-Read Meter Surcharge Fees. (1) A $100.00 per month surcharge shall be applied on the water bill for failing to authorize entry onto property to allow the installation of a radio-read meter within 60 days after requested entry. (2) A $100.00 per month surcharge shall be applied and the water usage shall be estimated based on past usage if a property owner fails to allow proper service of, or tampers with either the meter or radio transmitter, thereby interfering with proper meter reading and utility billing. (d) Storm Water Utility Rate.The storm water utility rate is $8.66 $9.01 per month and shall be charged to all single-family residential parcels not listed as exempt in Section 725.08; $28.70 $29.91 per acre per month for multi-family residential, and $62.04 $64.69 per acre per month for commercial. (e) Solid Waste Recycling Rate.The solid waste recycling rate is $4.25 $5.25 per month from 01/01/24-02/28/24 and effective 03/01/2024, the solid waste recycling/organics rate is $8.25 per month and shall be charged to all single-family residential parcels and any multi-family dwellings under 16 units. (f) Unpaid Charges for Utility Fees.An amount equal to ten percent of the unpaid current service charges shall be added to each account which is not paid by the due date as specified by the Finance Division. If charges are not paid by due date after a billing is issued, the City shall certify the amount due, together with interest and penalties, to the County Auditor to be collected with other real estate taxes on the parcel. 247 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 9 SECTION 9.Section 1017.01 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: 1017.01. - Fees. The following fees are hereby established: Zoning Ordinance .....$10.00 Zoning Ordinance CD .....$5.00 Zoning Map .....$5.00 Zoning Ordinance or City Code annual revision service .....$15.00 City Code (complete code book with tab dividers) .....$50.00 Comprehensive Plan Book (2 vol. set) .....$100.00 Wetland Map .....$5.00 Land Use Guide Plan Map .....$5.00 Wetland Buffer Sign .....$5.10 ½ Section Map and Plans/Plats 24 × 36 .....$0.50 Partial Plans .....$0.75 Large Plans/Maps 36 × 40 .....$1.00 11 × 17.5 Section Plat Book .....$20.00 17 × 22 Street Maps .....$0.25 22 × 34 Street Maps .....$0.50 36 × 90 Street Maps .....$1.00 Aerial Maps .....$10.00 Topography Maps .....$5.00/acre Colored copies .....$1.00/copy List of All Property Owners in the City: Printout .....$30.00 Electronic Media .....$1.00 Labels .....$160.00 Partial List of Property Owners in City: Printout .....$15.00 Electronic Media .....$1.00 Labels .....$80.00 Electronic media of Engineering Guidelines .....$20.00 Electronic Media .....Actual cost List of commercial utility accounts: Printout .....$5.00 Labels .....$12.00 Electronic Media .....$1.00 Videotapes/Audiotapes: .....$20.00 our tape; $15.00 their tape Agendas, minutes, and current staff reports for Council and all boards and commissions are free. For other items not listed above, the first 50 copies are free and $0.25 per page thereafter. Fire Department courtesy lockbox fees: Surface mount lockbox .....$230.00 $232.00 Surface mount lockbox and mounting hardware .....$334.00 $337.00 Surface mount lockbox and tamper switch ….. $281.00 Surface mount lockbox, tamper switch and mounting hardware .....$382.00 $386.00 248 Ordinance 2023-22 Page 10 Recessed lockbox (required for new construction) .....$302.00 $305.00 Recessed lockbox and mounting hardware .....$406.00 $409.00 Recessed Lock Box and tamper switch ….. $342.00 Recessed lockbox, tamper switch and mounting hardware .....$443.00 $447.00 SECTION 10.Section 1018.01 of the Plymouth City Code is amended, with existing text, deleted text, and new text as follows: 1018.01. - Fees. The following Police and Fire fees are hereby established: Fingerprinting …..$10.00$15.00/person Weekly Listing of Accidents …..$0.50/accident SECTION 11.This ordinance shall become effective immediately upon passage with new fee changes implemented January 1, 2024. ADOPTED by the City Council this 12th day of December, 2023. Jeffry Wosje, Mayor ATTEST: _______________________________ Jodi Gallup, City Clerk 249 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-325 RESOLUTION APPROVING SUMMARY PUBLICATION OF ORDINANCE NO’S. 2023-19, 2023-20, 2023-21, 2023-22 ORDINANCES AMENDING FRANCHISE FEES WITH WRIGHT-HENNEPIN COOPERATIVE ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, XCEL ENERGY,AND CENTERPOINT ENERGY AND ORDINANCE AMENDING FEES Ordinance No.’s 2023-19, 2023-20 and 2023-21 amend franchise fees with Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association, Xcel Energy, and Centerpoint Energy, and Ordinance No. 2023-22 amends fees in the City Code. Printed copies of allordinances are available for inspection at the City Clerk’s Office during regular office hours. APPROVED for summary publication by the City Council this 12th day of December, 2023. 250 CITY OF PLYMOUTH RESOLUTION NO. 2023-326 RESOLUTION APPROVING INTER-FUND LOAN WHEREAS, the 2024 utility rate study projected cash balances for the Street Reconstruction fund which has primary funding from the levy, special assessments, franchise fees and municipal state aid; and WHEREAS, the city has substantial street reconstruction projects in 2024 and 2025 such as the Plymouth Boulevard and Chankahda Trail with the need to pull funding forward; and WHEREAS, the Utility Trunk Expansion fund has adequate cash on hand to loan the Street Reconstruction fund with an estimated payment schedule(draws and repayment will depend on actual cash flow), assuming a 3% interest rate, as follows: NOW,THEREFORE,BEITHEREBYRESOLVEDBYTHECITYCOUNCILOFTHECITYOF PLYMOUTH,MINNESOTAthat the proposed inter-fund loan from the Utility Trunk Expansion fund to the Street Reconstruction fund in the amount of up to $13 million is hereby approved. APPROVED by the City Council on this 12th day of December, 2023. Draw Payment Accrued Interest Balance 2024 2,500,000 2,500,000 2025 8,000,000 75,000 10,575,000 2026 500,000 317,250 11,392,250 2027 (3,500,000) 341,768 8,234,018 2028 (1,500,000) 247,021 6,981,038 2029 (2,500,000) 209,431 4,690,469 2030 - 140,714 4,831,183 2031 (2,500,000) 144,936 2,476,119 2032 (1,500,000) 74,284 1,050,402 2033 (1,081,914) 31,512 0 11,000,000$ (12,581,914)$ 1,581,914$ 251 Resolution 2023-326 Page 2 STATE OF MINNESOTA) COUNTY OF HENNEPIN) SS. The undersigned, being the duly qualified and appointed City Clerk of the City of Plymouth, Minnesota, certifies that I compared the foregoing resolution adopted at a meeting of the Plymouth City Council on December 12, 2023 with the original thereof on file in my office, and the same is a correct transcription thereof. WITNESS my hand officially as such City Clerk and the Corporate seal of the City this ___________day of __________________, __________. ____________________________________ Jodi M. Gallup, City Clerk 252 Regular City Council December 12, 2023 Agenda Number:8.1 To:Dave Callister, City Manager Prepared by:Shawn Drill, Senior Planner Reviewed by:Grant Fernelius, Community and Economic Development Director Item:Approve rezoning, platting, site plan, conditional use permit, and wetland replacement plan for Eagle Brook Church for property located at 17910 Chankahda Trail (2023-065) 1.Action Requested: Adopt the following attached items: 1) ordinance and resolutions approving rezoning, platting, site plan, and conditional use permit to allow a 64,000 square foot church that seats 1,500 people and has 685 parking spaces, as recommended by the Planning Commission 2) resolution approving a wetland replacement plan to allow 0.3486 acres of wetland and ditch areas to be impacted, as recommended by the Technical Evaluation Panel 3) resolution approving summary publication of the ordinance Approval requires a 4/7 vote of the City Council, except that approval of summary publication requires a 6/7 vote. 2.Background: On November 15, the Planning Commission conducted the public hearing and subsequently voted unanimously to recommend approval with the added stipulation that the applicant revise the landscaping plan to increase screening to the north and west. In addition to the applicant, 34 people spoke at the hearing (16 in support and 18 in opposition). Major themes expressed from those in opposition included concerns about the traffic study, headlight screening, and scale of the building. The Planning Commission report and minutes are attached. Regarding the traffic study, staff and the city's traffic consultant reviewed the results of the study, answered questions, and stated that the study is based on peak traffic flows during the highest-use times (Sunday mornings) using 15-minute increments. The arterial roadways abutting the site (Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway) have ample capacity to carry both church- and non-church-related traffic. The study does not rely on having a police officer stationed at the church driveway intersection with Maple Grove Parkway -- as the modeling indicates that the traffic flow would work without an officer. Nevertheless, the traffic study recommends an officer to aid in reducing potential impacts on non-church-related traffic during the busiest times, similar to how the church presently operates at the Wayzata High School mobile site roughly one mile to the south 253 along the Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane corridor. The overall daily traffic generation from residential development of the site would result in 40% higher volumes and would occur seven days per week. Regarding screening of headlights, subsequent to the Planning Commission meeting, the applicant submitted a revised landscaping plan (copy attached) that shows 40 additional coniferous trees along the north and west boundaries of the site to help provide year-round screening of headlights from the driveway. Regarding the scale of the proposed church building, staff stated that scale must also take into account the large size of the site and the extraordinary building setbacks. In this case, the church parcel would contain roughly 48 acres and the building would be set back 334 feet from the north lot line, 393 feet from the west lot line, 631 feet from the south lot line, and 1,082 feet from the east lot line. Those factors serve to reduce scale, mass, and bulk over a residential development -- where homes could be of similar height (up to 35 feet) but would be much closer to the perimeter boundaries of the site, as the minimum rear yard setback requirement for homes is 25 feet. Staff noted that Meadow Ridge Elementary School across Chankahda Trail has roughly the same size building footprint as the proposed church but is on a smaller lot. Notice of the Planning Commission's public hearing was published in the city's official newspaper and mailed to all property owners within 750 feet of the site. Additionally, development signage has been placed on the site. --Wetland Impacts-- The site contains 13.02 acres of medium-quality wetland in four wetland basins. Under the plan, two wetland basins would not be impacted, and two wetland basins would have minor impacts totaling 0.3375 acres (or 2.6 percent of the total wetland acreage) to accommodate required driveway, trail, and utility installation. To address the impacts, the applicant submitted a wetland replacement plan in accordance with the Wetland Conservation Act (WCA). The wetland replacement plan was reviewed by and is recommended for approval by a Technical Evaluation Panel made up of regulatory staff including county and state agencies. Under the plan, portions of Wetlands 2 and 3 totaling 0.3375 acres would be impacted. Additionally, Wet Ditches 2 and 3 totaling 0.0111 acres would be impacted. The ditch areas do not fall under WCA rules, but rather are regulated by the Army Corps of Engineers. Wetland mitigation is proposed at a 2:1 ratio for the wetland and ditch impacts via purchase of 0.6971 acres of wetland credits from Wetland Banks #1643 in Hennepin County and #1762 in Anoka County, both of which are located in Wetland Bank Service Area 7. Wetland mitigation is further outlined in the attached Wetland Mitigation Table. 3.Budget Impact: N/A 4.Planning Review Deadline: * January 13, 2024 254 5.Attachments: Planning Commission Report Planning Commission Minutes Location Map Aerial Map Aerial Map (zoomed in) Hennepin County Locate & Notify Map LA-2 Text from Comprehensive Plan Applicant's Narrative David Weekley Homes Sketch (2022) Perspective Views Traffic Study Revised Landscaping Plan -- Rec. 11-30-2023 Site Graphics Correspondence -- Received 8-28 thru 11-6-2023 Correspondence -- Received 11-7 & 11-8-2023 Correspondence -- Received 11-9 thru 11-14-2023 Correspondence -- Received 11-15 thru 12-6-2023 Correspondence -- Received 12-7-2023 Correspondence -- Received 12-8 to 12PM (noon) on 12-11-2023 Correspondence -- Received 12-12-2023 Letter from Councilmember Willis Wetland Location Map Wetland Impact Map Wetland Mitigation Table Ordinance (not approved) Resolution Findings of Fact (not approved) Resolution - Platting, Site Plan, & Conditional Use Permit (not approved) Resolution - Wetland Replacement Plan (not approved) Resolution - Summary Publication (not approved) 255 Regular Planning Commission November 15, 2023 Agenda Number:5.1 To:Planning Commission Prepared by:Shawn Drill, Senior Planner Reviewed by:Grant Fernelius, Community and Economic Development Director File No:2023-065 1.Applicant: Eagle Brook Church 2.Proposal: Rezoning, preliminary plat, site plan, and conditional use permit. 3.Location: 17910 Chankahda Trail (Luedke farm) 4.Guiding: LA-2 (living area 2) 5.Zoning: Current zoning is FRD (future restricted development) 6.School District: ISD 284 (Wayzata) 7.Review Deadline: January 13, 2024 8.Description: See attached Planning Commission Report Information. 256 Planning Commission Report Information Eagle Brook Church (2023-065) INTRODUCTION The applicant is requesting approval of the following: 1) Rezoning of the site from FRD to RSF-3 (single-family detached 3); 2) Preliminary plat to establish two lots (one lot for the church and one lot to be dedicated as city park land); 3) Site plan for the proposed physical changes to the site including construction of a 64,000 square foot church that seats 1,500 people, 685 parking spaces, and related site improvements; and 4) Conditional use permit for a religious institution. Notice of the public hearing was published in the city’s official newspaper. Because the proposal includes a rezoning, two mailed notices were sent to all property owners located within 750 feet of the site. The first mailed notice was sent on September 27, 2023 to announce that the application was received, and the second mailed notice was sent on November 3, 2023 to announce the Planning Commission’s public hearing date. Both mailed notices provided information on where the proposed development plans and materials could be found on the city’s website. A copy of the Hennepin County Locate & Notify Map is attached. Development signage has also been posted on the property. CONTEXT Site Location The subject property is located at 17910 Chankahda Trail (hereafter referred to as “the site”). The site presently consists of three unplatted parcels located north of Chankahda Trail (formerly known as County Road 47) and west of Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane. Refer to the location map on the next page. Note that the road segment that is called Maple Grove Parkway was formerly called Lawndale Lane. The road segment lying south of Chankahda Trail was also formerly called Lawndale Lane but is now called Peony Lane. 257 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 2 Location Map Site Area The site contains 55.96 gross acres, which includes roadway easement areas for Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. The net acreage of the site is 52.99 acres after the roadway easement areas (to be dedicated to the public though the platting process) are deducted. Site Guiding The site is guided LA-2 (living area 2) on the land use map of the city’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan. The applicant is not requesting a comprehensive plan amendment to reguide the site. Pursuant to the comprehensive plan, the types of development allowed in LA-2 guided areas include: 1) Detached homes, Attached (2-unit) homes, Townhomes; 2) Churches; 3) Schools; and 4) Recreational facilities. 258 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 3 For residential developments, LA-2 guiding specifies a minimum density of three units per acre and a maximum density of six units per acre. RSF-3 zoning is listed as a corresponding zoning district for properties that are guided LA-2. (Information pertaining to the RSF-3 zoning district is provided in the ‘Rezoning’ section later in this report.) A copy of the LA-2 text from the comprehensive plan is attached. Natural Characteristics The site lies in the Elm Creek watershed district. The site is not located in the floodplain or shoreland overlay district. The site contains 13.02 acres of medium-quality wetland in four wetland basins. Under the plan, two wetland basins would not be impacted, and two wetland basins would have minor impacts totaling 0.3375 acres (or 2.6 percent of the total wetland acreage). The minor impacts are needed to construct the driveway between Maple Grove Parkway and the parking lot, and to line the driveway up with the 61st Avenue segment lying east of Maple Grove Parkway – as required by city code for safety purposes. To offset the wetland impact, the applicant would purchase wetland credits to re-create 0.675 acres of new wetland area off the site. The wetland replacement plan application does not fall under the purview of the Planning Commission, but rather would be reviewed and considered separately by the City Council. Natural wetland buffer strips would be provided around all four wetlands, pursuant to city code. Surrounding Land Uses Surrounding land uses include single- and two-family homes to the north, single-family homes and a neighborhood park to the west, single-family homes to the east, and an elementary school and future city playfield park to the south (see table below). There are 16 single-family homes and 5 two-family homes in Maple Grove that abut the site, and 6 single-family homes in Plymouth that abut the site. Refer to the table below and the aerial map on the next page. ADJACENT LAND USE GUIDING ZONING North Single- and two-family homes in Maple Grove -- -- West Single-family homes ---- Harvest Park LA-2 RSF-3 East (across Maple Grove Pkwy) Single-family homes LA-2 RSF-3 South (across Chankahda Trail) Meadow Ridge Elementary School ---- The Meadows Park (city park and playfields to be developed in 2024) LA-2 ---- LA-2 RSF-3 ---- FRD 259 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 4 Aerial Map Previous Actions The site presently contains a house and two outbuildings that would be removed. The remainder of the upland (non-wetland) portions of the site are currently being farmed. In May 2022, the City Council reviewed a sketch proposal for development of the site from David Weekley Homes. The sketch (copy attached) showed 137 single-family homes on the site. Council feedback on the sketch was split, with some Council members stating they would entertain incorporation of some townhomes into the plan to increase density and provide lower-cost housing options. Upon review of their pro forma (cost / benefit analysis), David Weekley Homes cancelled their purchase agreement and decided not to pursue the development. 260 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 5 RLUIPA The Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA) is a federal civil rights law requiring local governments, when implementing and enforcing land use regulations, to do so without burdening the exercise of religion by religious institutions and to treat them in the same manner as non-religious institutions. RLUIPA also protects religious institutions from discrimination in zoning regulations and landmarking laws. LEVEL OF CITY DISCRETION IN DECISION-MAKING The rezoning of land is a legislative action (enactment of policy). The zoning ordinance and map are the enforcement tools used to implement the goals and standards set by the comprehensive plan. The proposed zoning for a property must be consistent with the comprehensive plan. The city’s discretion in approving or denying a preliminary plat is limited to whether the proposed plat meets the standards outlined in the subdivision regulations and zoning ordinance. This is because preliminary plat review is a judicial action (enforcement of established policy). If a preliminary plat application meets the established standards, the city must approve the preliminary plat. The city’s discretion in approving or denying a site plan is limited to whether the proposal complies with the comprehensive plan and zoning ordinance standards. If it meets the standards, the city must approve the site plan. The city’s discretion in approving or denying a conditional use permit is limited to whether the proposal meets the standards listed in the zoning ordinance. If it meets the specified standards, the city must approve the conditional use permit. However, the level of discretion is affected by the fact that some of the standards may be open to interpretation. ANALYSIS All development applications are reviewed by a team of city staff professionals that make up the development review committee (DRC). DRC membership includes representatives from the building, engineering, fire, forestry, parks, planning, police, public works, and water resources divisions. 261 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 6 REZONING Current Zoning The site is currently zoned FRD (future restricted development). Refer to the graphic below. Current Zoning The FRD zoning designation is a remnant of the former rural / agricultural designation. All developed land in this portion of the city was zoned FRD before it was developed. The FRD district primarily serves as a “holding zone” until a landowner or developer makes an application for development. At such time, the affected property must be rezoned in accordance with its land use guiding designation. State law and city code requires consistency between the comprehensive plan and the zoning map. Consequently, in conjunction with any development of the site, it must be rezoned to a zoning designation that is compatible with LA-2 guiding, which includes: RSF-3, RSF-4, RMF- 1, RMF-2, and other districts if meeting density criteria. 262 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 7 Requested Zoning The applicant is requesting to rezone the site from FRD to RSF-3 (single-family detached 3). Refer to the graphic below. Requested Zoning The RSF-3 zoning district allows a variety of uses including single-family homes, educational facilities such as public and private elementary, middle, junior high, and senior high schools, and religious institutions such as churches, chapels, temples, synagogues, and mosques. For single-family developments, the RSF-3 provisions require the following: 1) minimum lot size of 7,000 square feet; 2) minimum lot width of 65 feet; and 3) minimum building setbacks of 25 feet from front and rear lot lines and minimum building setbacks of 8 feet (living space) or 6 feet (attached garage space) from side lots lines. The exception is that minimum building setbacks are increased to 50 feet from lots lines abutting arterial roadways. 263 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 8 For other allowable uses such as churches and schools, the RSF-3 provisions require: 1) Minimum lot size of one acre; 2) Minimum lot width of 200 feet; and 3) Minimum building setbacks of 50 feet from front lot lines, 40 feet from rear lot lines, and 25 feet from side lot lines. As previously stated, churches are specifically listed as appropriate land uses in LA-2 guided areas and are allowed in the RSF-3 zoning district. Additionally, RSF-3 zoning is listed as a corresponding zoning district for LA-2 guided areas. Consequently, the proposed RSF-3 zoning would be consistent with the LA-2 guiding of the site. Conclusion on Rezoning request: The request to rezone the site to RSF-3 would be appropriate, based on the following findings: 1) The requested RSF-3 zoning is compatible with the LA-2 guiding designation of the site; 2) The proposed development and lot arrangement would exceed the RSF-3 zoning standards; and 3) Adequate infrastructure is in place to support the requested RSF-3 zoning and proposed development. PRELIMINARY PLAT The applicant is requesting approval of a preliminary plat to establish two lots; one lot (Lot 1) would be for the church site, and the other lot (Lot 2) would be dedicated as city park land. Additionally, the plat would include dedication of public rights-of-way for: 1) a new permanent cul-de-sac turn-around in the west portion of the site for the existing 61st Avenue stub street; and 2) existing roadway easements along Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. The following table provides a break-down of the proposed plat areas: Acreage Lot 1 (Church site) 47.91 Lot 2 (Park) 4.56 Right-of-way for the 61st Avenue cul-de-sac turn-around 0.52 Sub-Total: 52.99 Existing arterial roadway easements to be dedicated as right-of-way 2.97 Total: 55.96 264 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 9 Wetlands As previously stated, there are four wetlands on the site. The site is subject to the rules of the Wetland Conservation Act of 1991 (WCA). WCA allows wetland areas to be impacted, provided proper sequencing (avoidance, minimization, and mitigation) and a wetland replacement plan are approved. The applicant is requesting to impact two of the four wetlands as follows: Wetland ID Wetland Size (acres) Impact Type Impact area (acres) Replacement at 2:1 ratio (acres) Wetland 1 3.22 None 0.0000 (no impact) N/A Wetland 2 0.54 Fill 0.0388 0.0776 Wetland 3 9.09 Fill 0.2987 0.5973 Wetland 4 0.17 None 0.0000 (no impact) N/A Total: 13.02 0.3375 0.675 See the wetland delineation exhibit below: Wetland Delineation Exhibit 265 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 10 Although the review of wetland impacts does not fall under the purview of the Planning Commission, a technical evaluation panel (TEP) consisting of wetland specialists from the city, Hennepin County, Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Natural Resources, and Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources has reviewed the requested wetland impacts and will be recommending approval of the impacts to the City Council. Rather than have the applicant try to re-create 0.675 acres of new wetland on the site to offset the 0.3375 acres of impact, the TEP is recommending that the applicant purchase credits for 0.675 acres of wetland within an existing wetland bank located off the site. The applicant concurs with this approach. Note that similar wetland impacts to those being requested would be anticipated with any development of the site, because the impacts are needed to provide access to the site in locations as dictated by the city (e.g., the driveway must line up with the 61st Avenue segment lying east of Maple Grove Parkway to create a four-way intersection for safety purposes). Platting of the site also makes it subject to the city’s requirement for establishment of natural wetland buffer strips on the upland areas surrounding the wetlands. The natural buffer strips consist of deep-rooted native grasses, wild-flowers, and other plantings designed to aid in filtering and slowing storm water runoff flowing toward a wetland. All wetlands on the site are classified as medium-quality wetlands – which require a buffer strip averaging 30 feet in width around the wetlands. A total of 4.89 acres of wetland buffer are required on the site. Under the plan, 5.30 acres of wetland buffer would be established on the site. Consequently, the proposed wetland buffers would exceed city regulations. Development Density Based on the LA-2 guiding of the site and 34.67 net acres (site area after wetlands and wetland buffers are deducted), the comprehensive plan would specify a minimum of 104 dwelling units and a maximum of 208 dwelling units if the site was developed residentially. Density does not apply to a church, as there would be one building on the site. Site Access Access for the proposed church would be provided via Maple Grove Parkway. A driveway would be installed on the west side of Maple Grove Parkway that lines up with existing 61st Avenue on the east side of Maple Grove Parkway to create a four-way intersection. The city code requires that access points line up for traffic safety purposes. Refer to the site plan on the following page and the attached site graphics. Regardless of whether the site is developed with a church or residentially, no site access would be allowed from Chankahda Trail. The city has extensively studied the Chankahda Trail corridor during the County Road 47 turnback process, and has limited the connections to maintain safety. The Chankahda Trail horizontal curve along the southwest portion of the site creates limited sight distance and an unsafe situation. 266 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 11 Site Plan An emergency-only access route would be provided via the 61st Avenue segment abutting the west boundary of the site – within “The Fields at Meadow Ridge” subdivision. That 61st Avenue segment was stubbed to the boundary to provide for its future extension and connection to Maple Grove Parkway if the site would be developed residentially. With the proposed church use, 61st Avenue would not be required to extend through the site. The existing temporary cul-de-sac turn- around that is located (via temporary easement) on property located at 18120 61st Avenue would be removed and restored, and a new permanent cul-de-sac turn-around would be installed on the site. An emergency-only access drive would come off the end of the new cul-de-sac turn-around to provide a secondary means of access to the site, pursuant to the city’s fire code requirements . The emergency-only access route would be constructed to fire lane standards and would be cordoned off to general traffic. 61st Ave N Chankahda Trail 267 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 12 Transportation The city contracted with Transportation Collaborative & Consultants (TC2) to conduct the traffic study. The applicant was required to provide funding for the study. The traffic study concluded that operations of the nearby public street system are not expected to significantly change if the proposed church is located on the site. The traffic study (copy attached) evaluated the impacts resulting from traffic associated with the proposed church development and compared it with LA-2 residential development. The traffic study provides an operational analysis of the existing intersections near the proposed development. The traffic generation estimates from the traffic study are as follows: Note: A round trip equals two trips. The proposed use would generate very little traffic outside of Sunday peak hours, including during the typical Monday through Friday AM and PM peak travel times. The arterial roadways serving the site (Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway) were designed to carry the volume of traffic that would be generated by the proposed use. The David Weekley Homes sketch plan, which was a single-family development with 137 units, would have resulted in 1,292 average daily weekday trips. Eagle Brook Church would not have a daycare. Eagle Brook Church uses a team of congregant volunteers to aid with internal traffic control and parking within the parking lot. The traffic study did not raise any concerns regarding the internal traffic flow. The capacity of nearby affected intersections was analyzed/modeled to identify the projected level of service (LOS) which indicates how well an intersection would function. Intersections are ranked from LOS A through LOS F. The LOS results are based on average delay per vehicle to get through an intersection. LOS A indicates the best traffic operation (10 seconds or less of delay), while LOS F indicates an intersection where demand exceeds capacity (over 50 seconds of delay at unsignalized intersections). LOS A though LOS D are generally considered acceptable in the Twin Cities area. 268 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 13 After construction of the proposed church, all nearby intersections would continue to operate at acceptable levels of service A, B, or C during the Wednesday PM, Saturday PM, and Sunday AM peaks. The exception is that, without any other traffic controls, the driveway intersection with Maple Grove Parkway would operate at acceptable level of service D (up to 44 seconds of delay) for roughly 15 minutes when church lets out during the Sunday AM peak. This is where the church would hire off-duty police officers to direct traffic, so there would less of a delay for non-church- related traffic entering that intersection. Any delays would occur either within dedicated turn lanes on Maple Grove Parkway for motorists entering the site, or for motorists within the driveway exiting the site. Neither scenario has a drastic effect on the overall roadway system. Although the traffic study concluded that no improvements are needed to the existing road system to accommodate the project from a capacity perspective, it offered the following recommendations: • There is adequate pavement width to accommodate the northbound left-turn queues on Maple Grove Parkway. The existing striping could be modified to formalize a northbound left-turn lane into the site. • Although not needed from a capacity perspective, a southbound right-turn lane on Maple Grove Parkway (to enter the site) could reduce potential conflicts with vehicles entering the site from the south. • The driveway exit from the site should be designed with two exit lanes that are at least 225 feet long. The north exit lane would be for drivers turning left onto Maple Grove Parkway or continuing straight onto 61st Avenue, and the south exit lane would be for drivers turning right onto Maple Grove Parkway. • A traffic control officer could be provided during the Sunday AM peak period to assist drivers at the Maple Grove Parkway intersection with the church driveway/61st Avenue. • The applicant should continue to work with the police department to develop a traffic control management plan for the site. The applicant is aware that they would be responsible for the above-listed items, and those items are addressed in the attached resolution. Under a residential development plan for the site, traffic would increase within the neighborhood to the west because the street within the site would connect to that area. Under the proposed plan, there would be no increase in traffic within the neighborhood to the west. 269 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 14 Storm Water Management The city requires that storm drainage systems be designed so the post-development rate of runoff from a site does not exceed the pre-development rate for specified storm events. Additionally, the city requires treatment of storm water runoff before it enters the drainage system. Prior to commencement of grading activities, the applicant would need to apply for and have an approved storm water pollution prevention plan from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. The applicant would also be required to obtain watershed approval of the storm water and erosion control plans. The plat review includes an analysis of the proposed drainage system. A summary of the proposed development drainage is outlined below. The proposed grading plan would maintain the current drainage patterns around the site perimeter. Storm water runoff within the site would be directed to two sedimentation ponds, three biofiltration basins, and one filtration basin. All such features would be located in low areas of the site where they could collect runoff from hard surfaces (i.e., building roof, parking lot, and driveway) and then overflow into the existing wetlands after being retained for rate control and treated for water quality. The two sedimentation ponds would be wet ponds, the three biofiltration basins would be seasonally wet and would be installed with aquatic plantings (similar to rain gardens), and the filtration basin would seasonally wet with a sand bottom. Refer to the storm water plan below. Storm Water Plan 270 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 15 The proposed storm water plan management complies with city and watershed regulations. Approval of final construction drawings would be required prior to commencement of grading operations. The attached resolution addresses this matter. Tree Preservation The plat is subject to the city’s tree preservation regulations. The regulations require preservation of 50 percent of the caliper inches of existing significant trees, or reforestation and/or monetary restitution for any removal beyond of 50 percent. A significant tree is defined as one being eight inches or larger in diameter for deciduous trees, and four inches or larger in diameter for conifers. There are 3,838 caliper inches of eligible significant trees existing on the site. The applicant submitted a tree preservation plan indicating that 3,793 tree inches (98.8%) would be preserved. The 45 caliper inches of trees that would be removed are located interior to the site. All existing perimeter trees would be preserved. Consequently, the proposal would comply with the city’s tree preservation regulations. Park Dedication The applicant would satisfy the city’s park dedication requirement for this plat through the dedication of 4.56 acres of public park land in the southwest portion of the site. The land dedication would expand the size of existing Harvest Park (a 1.8-acre neighborhood park) located immediately to the west of the land to be dedicated. Harvest Park serves the 75 homes located north of Chankahda Trail and west of the site. The play feature for Harvest Park is currently in place. The park expansion area would allow for the existing trail within the park to be relocated to eliminate 90-degree bends, while also providing passive area, open space, and wildlife habitat. The applicant would not be given park land dedication credit for the wetland portion of the dedication area. Trails City trails presently exist along both sides of the Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway segments that abut the site. The applicant would install a trail on the site to connect the southeast portion of the church parking lot to the existing city trail located at the northwest corner of the Chankahda Trail/Maple Grove Parkway intersection. The existing city trail continues southerly with a tunnel under Chankahda Trail to provide a safe crossing of that roadway. The trail segment on the site would be placed within a trail easement granted to the city, as specified in the attached resolution. 271 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 16 Environmental Review A formal environmental review (i.e., an environmental assessment worksheet, or EAW) would be required for schools, churches, and similar facilities that contain 300,000 square feet or more of building area. A formal environmental review is not required in this case because the proposed church building would contain 64,000 square feet. Nevertheless, the environmental items that would be reviewed in an EAW (e.g., traffic, wetlands, etc.) are reviewed and addressed as part of the city’s standard review of all development applications. Conclusion on Preliminary Plat request The requested preliminary plat would comply with all of the city’s platting regulations. SITE PLAN The zoning ordinance contains specific standards for approval of a site plan for a church in the RSF-3 zoning district. Staff used these standards to review the proposal. The specific standards that apply are as indicated on the following table. Standards for Churches in the RSF-3 District Specified Proposed Complies? Lot Area: 1 acre (min.) 47.91 acres Yes Lot Width 200 ft. (min.) 1,006 ft. Yes Building Setbacks: --Front (from east lot line abutting Maple Grove Parkway) 50 ft. (min.) 1,082 ft. at nearest point Yes --Front (from south lot line abutting Chankahda Trail) 50 ft. (min.) 631 ft. at nearest point Yes --Side (from north lot line) 25 ft. (min.) 334 ft. at nearest point Yes --Rear (from west lot line) 40 ft. (min.) 393 ft. at nearest point Yes Parking Setbacks: --Front (from east lot line abutting Maple Grove Parkway) 20 ft. (min.) 670 ft. Yes --Front (from south lot line abutting Chankahda Trail) 20 ft. (min.) 280 ft. Yes --Side (from north lot line) 20 ft. (min.) 135 ft. Yes --Rear (from west lot line) 20 ft. (min.) 285 ft. Yes Parking Setback to Building: 10 ft. (min.) 16 ft. at nearest point Yes 272 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 17 Specified Proposed Complies? Drive Aisle Width: 26 ft. (min.) 26 ft. Yes Parking Stall Size: 9’ x 18.5’ 9’ x 18.5’ Yes Number of Parking Spaces: 500 (min.) 685 Yes Building Height: 35 ft. (max.) 35 ft. for sanctuary; 21 ft. for remainder of Bldg. Yes Structural Coverage (building size to lot size ratio): 50% (max.) 3.1% Yes Landscaping: 124 new trees or equivalent (min.) Equivalent to 124 new trees (108 new trees plus and 156 shrubs Yes Lighting: --Lumens/sq. ft. of Hardscape 1.25 (max.) 1.25 Yes --Fixture Height 25 ft. (max.) 25 ft. or less Yes --Shielding Shielded fixtures within 300 ft. of residential Shielded fixtures within 300 ft. of residential Yes --Curfew Reduce lighting level by 50% at 8 PM or close of building (whichever is later) Reduce lighting level by 50% at all times, unless the building is open Yes --Backlight/Uplight/Glare (BUG) Rating for Parking Lot Lighting B3, U0, G1 (max.) B2, U0, G1 Yes --Correlated Color Temperature of Lighting 4100 Kelvin (max.) 4000 Kelvin Yes Lighting The City of Plymouth has one of the most stringent lighting ordinances in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. The ordinance was written using the model ordinance from DarkSky International – which provides tools and resources to communities, policy makers, and the lighting industry with the goal of protecting the nighttime environment from excessive lighting. The site is in Lighting Zone 1, which allows the least amount of lighting, and where: 1) parking lot lighting levels are limited to 1.25 lumens per square foot of parking area; 2) mounting height of light fixtures cannot exceed 25 feet; 3) light fixtures mounted higher than 12 feet that are located within 300 feet of residential property must be equipped with house-side shielding; 4) the correlated color temperature (CCR) of lighting cannot exceed 4100 Kelvin; and 273 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 18 5) light fixtures must meet specified BUG (backlight/uplight/glare) ratings, and lighting levels must be reduced by at least 50 percent at 8 PM or close of building, whichever is later. Parking Lot All parking for the use would occur on the site and would be surface parking (i.e., no parking ramp is proposed). The applicant would install more parking than required by the city to provide for a buffer between church services. Building Design and Materials The proposed building would contain one level of slab-on-grade construction (no basement). The height of the flat roof would vary, with the highest portion being over the sanctuary. The primary exterior wall materials would include architectural precast panels with varying colors and patterns – and would also include accent areas of architectural metal panels and glass. A cross tower would be located near the front building entrance. The proposed materials and design would comply with city regulations. Natural Preserve Although there would be some sodded/manicured/irrigated areas around the building and parking areas and along the driveway, the majority of the upland (non-wetland) areas of the site would be planted with a native seed mix to create a natural preserve and wildlife habitat. Noise There would be construction-related noise associated with any development of the site. Existing ambient noise sources in the area include the Wayzata High School football stadium/athletic facilities, Plymouth Gun Club, and incidental road noise from Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane. Noise levels would increase during project construction but are anticipated to return to near existing levels after construction is complete. No outdoor amphitheater is proposed, and the applicant states that they would not hold outdoor services or other activities. Grading and development construction operations (e.g., installation of public streets) are limited to between 7 AM and dusk on weekdays, and between 8 AM and 6 PM on Saturdays. Such grading and development construction operations are prohibited on Sundays and holidays. After the site is prepared for building construction, the building construction operations are limited to between 7 AM and 10 PM on weekdays, and between 8 AM and 9 PM on weekends and holidays. The police department enforces the noise ordinance with respect to hours of operation, and citations can be issued for violations. 274 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 19 The Meadows Park - Use of Church Parking Lot The applicant and city would enter into an agreement to allow the church parking lot to be used as overflow parking for The Meadows Park located south of Chankahda Trail. The agreement would not require involvement by the Planning Commission. Conclusion on Site Plan request No variances or other deviations from the established zoning standards are requested. The requested site plan would comply with all city regulations. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Conditional uses are uses that are permitted under the zoning ordinance, whereby the city may impose reasonable conditions that have a direct nexus to, and would help to address, any potential negative effects of the use. A conditional use permit is required for religious institutions (e.g., churches, chapels, temples, synagogues, mosques) to locate in residential zoning districts, including the RSF-3 district. The Planning Commission must review the requested conditional use permit for compliance with the established zoning ordinance standards, as outlined below. Staff has provided an analysis of the standards (see italicized verbiage after each standard). 21015.02., Subd. 5. The Planning Commission shall consider possible adverse effects of the proposed conditional use. Its judgment shall be based upon (but not limited to) the following factors: 1) Compliance with and effect upon the Comprehensive Plan, including public facilities and capital improvement plans. Analysis: The applicant is not requesting to amend the city’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan. The site is guided LA-2 (living area 2) on the land use map of the comprehensive plan. The comprehensive plan specifically names churches as a permitted type of development in LA- 2-guided areas. Development of the site with a church would not have adverse effects on public facilities or capital improvement plans. Consequently, the proposed church use would comply with the comprehensive plan. 275 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 20 2) The establishment, maintenance or operation of the conditional use will promote and enhance the general public welfare and will not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals or comfort. Analysis: Like Meadow Ridge Elementary School across Chankahda Trail and similar to other churches in the community, the establishment, maintenance, and operation of the proposed church use may help to promote and enhance the public welfare of the community. The proposed use would not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals, or comfort. Public benefits include dedication of additional park land for Harvest Park, agreement to allow use of the church parking lot as overflow parking for The Meadows Park, and a trail within a public trail easement to connect the parking lot on the site to the existing trail that tunnels under Chankahda Trail. 3) The conditional use will not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate vicinity for the purposes already permitted, nor substantially diminish and impair property values within the neighborhood. Analysis: The proposed church use would not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other properties in the immediate vicinity, nor would it substantially diminish or impair property values within the neighborhood. The church building and related parking lot would be set back substantially from all lot lines. Additionally, existing perimeter trees would be preserved and new trees would be planted on the site to help screen the use from abutting properties. 4) The establishment of the conditional use will not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of surrounding property for uses permitted in the district. Analysis: The establishment of a church use on the site would not impede the normal and orderly development or improvement of nearby properties. Except for the planned ‘Meadows Park’ to the south, all nearby properties are already developed. The proposed church would not impede development of the future park. 5) Adequate public facilities and services are available or can be reasonably provided to accommodate the use which is proposed. Analysis: Adequate public facilities and services are available to the site. 6) The conditional use shall, in all other respects, conform to the applicable regulations of the district in which it is located. Analysis: The proposed church use would conform to the RSF-3 standards and all other city regulations. 276 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 21 7) The conditional use complies with the general and specific performance standards as specified by this Section and this Chapter. Analysis: The proposed church use would comply with the general performance standards listed below. There are no specific standards listed for churches in the RSF-3 district regulations. 21015.04. GENERAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: As may be applicable, the evaluation of any proposed conditional use permit request shall be subject to and include, but not limited to, the following general performance standards and criteria: Subd. 1. The use and the site in question shall be served by a street of sufficient capacity to accommodate the type and volume of traffic which would be generated. Analysis: Both of the streets that abut the site (Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway) are classified as arterial roadways. Arterial roadways are the highest order roadways designed for mobility and with fewer access points. Local streets and collector roadways within neighborhoods feed the arterial system to transport people and goods in an efficient manner. The city’s traffic study determined that Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway have capacity to accommodate the type and volume of traffic that would be generated by the proposed church use of the site. Subd. 2. The site design for access and parking shall minimize internal as well as external traffic conflicts and shall be in compliance with Section 21135 of this Chapter. Analysis: The city’s traffic study determined that the internal site design for access and parking would not result in traffic conflicts. Furthermore, the traffic study determined that the external site design would minimize traffic conflicts with the traffic study recommendations that are incorporated into the attached resolution. Subd. 3. If applicable, a pedestrian circulation system shall be clearly defined and appropriate provisions made to protect such areas from encroachment by parked or moving vehicles. Analysis: The existing city trails along both sides of Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway would remain in place. The applicant would construct a trail within the site to connect to the existing city trail system. Subd. 4. Adequate off-street parking and off-street loading shall be provided in compliance with Section 21135 of this Chapter. Analysis: The number of parking spaces for the proposed church use would exceed the city’s requirement. Loading operations would be minimal. 277 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 22 Subd. 5. Loading docks and drive-up facilities shall be positioned so as to minimize internal site access problems and maneuvering conflicts, to avoid visual or noise impacts on any “adjacent” residential use or district, and are in compliance with Section 21135 of this Chapter. Analysis: Not applicable, as there would not be any loading docks or drive-up facilities. Subd. 6. Whenever a non-residential use “is adjacent to” a residential use or district, a buffer area with screening and landscaping shall be provided in compliance with Section 21130 of this Chapter. Analysis: Preservation of existing trees, planting of new trees, and creation of natural preserve, together with substantial building and parking setbacks would provide a green belt strip around the site perimeter. Subd. 7. General site screening and landscaping shall be provided in compliance with Section 21130 of this Chapter. Analysis: The proposed tree preservation and landscaping plans would comply with all city regulations. Subd. 8. All exterior lighting shall be so directed so as not to cast glare toward or onto the public right-of-way or neighboring residential uses or districts, and shall be in compliance with Section 21105 of this Chapter. Analysis: The proposed lighting plan would comply with all city regulations. Subd. 9. Potential exterior noise generated by the use shall be identified and mitigation measures as may be necessary shall be imposed to ensure compliance with Section 21105.10 of this Chapter. Analysis: Upon construction, there would be no exterior noise generated by the church use. All services and activities would be held indoors. Subd. 10. The site drainage system shall be subject to the review and approval of the City. Analysis: The proposed drainage system would comply with all city and watershed regulations. 278 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 23 Subd. 11. The architectural appearance and functional design of the building and site shall not be so dissimilar to the existing or potential buildings and area so as to cause impairment of property values or a blighting influence. All sides of the principal and accessory structures are to have essentially the same or coordinated, harmonious exterior finish materials and treatment. Analysis: The building appearance and design would not impair property values or result in a blighting influence on nearby properties. Subd. 12. Provisions shall be made for an interior location for recycling and trash handling and storage or an outdoor, enclosed receptacle area shall be provided in compliance with Section 21105 of this Chapter. Analysis: Recycling and trash receptacles would be maintained within an enclosure abutting the rear (west) wall of the building. The enclosure would be constructed with materials that match the building. The enclosure would comply with all city regulations. Subd. 13. All signs and informational or visual communication devices shall be in compliance with Section 21155 of this Chapter. Analysis: Any signage would need to comply with the city’s sign regulations, as addressed in the attached resolution. Subd. 14. The use and site shall be in compliance with any federal or state laws or regulations which are applicable and any related permits are obtained and documented to the City. Analysis: The use and site for all properties must comply with federal and state laws and regulations. Any required permits would need to be provided to the city. Subd. 15. Any applicable business licenses mandated by City Code are approved and obtained. Analysis: Not applicable, as a city business license is not required for a church use. Subd. 16. The hours of operation may be restricted when there is potential negative impact upon a residential use or district. Analysis: The proposed church use would operate within typical church hours. Other than Wednesday and Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings, there would be little activity on the site. 279 Planning Commission Report Information (File 2023-065) Page 24 Subd. 17. The use complies with all applicable performance standards of the zoning district in which it is located. Analysis: The proposed church use would comply with all applicable performance standards established for the RSF-3 zoning district. Conclusion on Conditional Use Permit request Staff finds that the proposed use would be consistent with the comprehensive plan and would comply with all established zoning ordinance standards for the issuance of a conditional use permit, provided the conditions in the attached resolution are met. _______________________________________________________ RECOMMENDATION Community and Economic Development Department staff recommends approval of the rezoning, preliminary plat, site plan, and conditional use permit for Eagle Brook Church for property located at 17910 Chankahda Trail, subject to the findings and conditions listed in the attached ordinance and resolutions. If new information is brought forward at the public hearing, staff may alter or reconsider its recommendation. The Planning Commission’s recommendation will be forwarded to the City Council. The City Council makes the final decision. __________________________________________________________________ 280 1 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Proposed Minutes Planning Commission Meeting November 15, 2023 Chair Boo called a Meeting of the Plymouth Planning Commission to order at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 3400 Plymouth Boulevard, on November 15, 2023. COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Chair Michael Boo, Marc Anderson, Bill Wixon, Neha Markanda, Jennifer Jerulle, Julie Olson, and Josh Fowler COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: None STAFF PRESENT: Planning and Development Manager Chloe McGuire, Senior Planner Shawn Drill, Engineering Services Manager Chris McKenzie, City Attorney Soren Mattick, Community and Economic Development Director Grant Fernelius, Economic Development Coordinator Tyler Parsons, and Public Safety Director Eric Fadden OTHERS PRESENT: City Council Liaison Julie Pointner Public Hearings (5.1) Rezoning, preliminary plat, site plan, and conditional use permit for Eagle Brook Church to allow construction of a church on property located at 17910 Chankahda Trail (2023-065) Senior Planner Drill presented the staff report, with Engineering Services Manager McKenzie presenting the portion of the staff report related to the traffic study. Commissioner Anderson referenced the size of the building proposed and asked if there would be plans to expand in the future. Senior Planner Drill replied that the applicant has stated that the building is being sized for the ultimate use and that there has been no discussion regarding additional phasing. He stated that if there was a desire to expand in the future, the typical planning and review process would be followed to consider that. Commissioner Anderson asked and received confirmation that staff fully reviewed the conditional use permit criteria, even though the presentation did not include the full detail of every item. Senior Planner Drill confirmed that information is within the staff report and his presentation provided a summary of the key items. 281 2 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Chair Boo noted that the staff report is the conclusion of staff related to those items and the purpose of the public hearing is to hear input from the public that may reflect on the same criteria, clarifying that the decision is not made based on the solely the recommendation of staff. Commissioner Fowler referenced the proposed trail and asked if the location was changed based on input from the city. Senior Planner Drill noted that an early concept had a different trail location proposed, which was changed to the segment now presented. He stated that staff requested that the trail be relocated so it connects to the existing underpass, which would be safer for crossing. Commissioner Fowler asked why the trail does not connect to the cul-de-sac. Senior Planner Drill replied that the fire lane would connect to the cul-de-sac and could double as a trail – as the applicant hopes that residents to the west will attend church by walking and could use the fire lane. The city will also continue to provide a trail through Harvest Park along the south side of the cul-de-sac. Commissioner Fowler asked the purpose of a trail easement. Senior Planner Drill replied that when The Meadows Park to the south is developed, there will be playfields and the city will work with the applicant to use some of the church parking as overflow parking for the park. That trail and its related easement would provide a connection to the park and a safe crossing of Chankahda Trail. Commissioner Wixon referenced the trail proposed through the wetland, asking if that would be a bridge or whether the wetland would be filled. Senior Planner Drill replied that would be a boardwalk, so would not result in filling of the wetland. Commissioner Wixon asked if there has been consideration of vehicle headlights shining into homes. Senior Planner Drill replied that the landscaping plan does show trees along the north and west sides of the parking lot and driveway as well as existing trees that will remain. Commissioner Wixon commented that the dark sky lighting sounds like a positive. He asked if changes could be made to the light after the fact if there was neighborhood disturbance. Senior Planner Drill replied that this lighting would be similar to the low lighting levels at the school across the street. He stated that lighting issues have occasionally arisen with commercial property and that in those instances, staff has worked with those property owners to address the issues. Commissioner Jerulle asked for more details on the emergency access proposed through the residential area. 282 3 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Senior Planner Drill replied that the subdivision to the west was laid out and the street was stubbed with a temporary turn-around, as the intention had been for the subject site to be developed with additional homes. He stated that the street was intended to connect through the subject site and connect to Maple Grove Parkway. With the church, that street would no longer be required, therefore the stubbed road would need to provide a full-size permanent turn-around. The emergency-only fire lane would come off the end of the new cul-de-sac turn-around, and would only be used for emergencies if the main access from Maple Grove Parkway was blocked. Commissioner Jerulle asked for details on the religious spaces and buildings statute that was mentioned in the staff report. City Attorney Mattick stated that there is a statute related to religious institutions and states that religious institutions cannot be singled out. He stated that it is an attempt to ensure that those uses are treated the same, as long as the performance standards can be met. Commissioner Markanda referenced the proposed rezoning and asked how they would ensure that something else were not developed under the new zoning if this was not constructed. Senior Planner Drill replied that if the site were rezoned to RSF-3 and the applicant did not build the church, the applicant could sell the property under the RSF-3 zoning and only uses allowed under that zoning could be built unless the site was rezoned again. Commissioner Markanda referenced the traffic study and asked how ‘daily’ is defined and how that number is calculated. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that ‘daily’ is used by traffic engineers to average the traffic on the road every day, with the understanding that traffic will not be the same each day. He explained how that is calculated. Commissioner Markanda asked where she could find the wait times for turns at uncontrolled intersections during times of service. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie noted where that could be found in the report and noted that most of those intersections would remain in the A or B rating, while a few would drop to the D but that would be related to the internal driveway traffic. Commissioner Fowler asked if the traffic study was based on 2,250 people per weekend. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that the anticipated attendance on a weekend basis would be 2,250 people across four services. He explained that was based on the Blaine campus with a prorated format, noting that all the locations are about the same. Commissioner Fowler commented that it would seem strange to base the attendance on 60 percent capacity. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that these are averages and the applicant used the data from their other locations, along with monitoring of traffic leaving other locations. He 283 4 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 stated that these would be the everyday averages while there would be higher attendance on events like Easter and Christmas. Commissioner Fowler asked if the entrance to the site would operate more as a signalized intersection if there would be an officer directing traffic. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that the intersection does not warrant a signal. He stated that from a commonsense standpoint, the times of need would be for about 30 minutes a couple times per weekend and therefore a signal would not be needed the majority of the time. He stated that the study was completed assuming no police officer directing traffic. He commented that use of the officers would find the balance to move traffic in all directions. Commissioner Markanda asked the timing base model that was used. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that is a detailed question that he would defer to the consultant. Matt Pacyna, TC2, provided details on the model that was used for this evaluation. He noted that 15 minutes windows were used because of the proposed church use. Commissioner Markanda asked for more specific details. Mr. Pacyna provided the requested details on the methods used for review and how that was completed. Councilmember Pointner asked if Chankahda and Maple Grove Parkway signal timing was evaluated. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that the city is consistently looking at the traffic signals to optimize the timing. Commissioner Jerulle referenced the proposed access point from Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane and noted that it appears that was always intended to be the access point for the property, whether it was a church or residential development. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that is the natural access point for the site. Chair Boo asked for details on what would be allowed for height under the zoning district. Senior Planner Drill replied that a maximum building height of 35 feet is allowed in the zoning district. He confirmed that the proposed development would comply with that standard. Commissioner Wixon asked if there is one road leading into the other Eagle Brook location that is similar in size. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie provided details on the access for the other location that is similar in size and confirmed that also only has one access. 284 5 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Chair Boo introduced Steph Hauber, representing the applicant, who commented that she is the Expansion Director for the church. She stated that the church currently has 11 locations, opening its 12th location this week. She explained that the Lino Lakes church is the main location with the message then broadcast to the other locations. She commented that they have hosted services at the Wayzata High School for five years and provided details on why the proposed site is attractive to the church. She provided photographs from the existing locations, showing the insides and outsides, stating that the spaces are meant to be welcoming and family friendly. She provided additional details on how the church manages traffic, working with local law enforcement. Commissioner Markanda asked if there are church bells or announcements that would cause noise for the neighborhood. Ms. Hauber replied that they do not have church bells, announcements, or outside events. Chair Boo asked if the church leases space to others. Ms. Hauber replied that they do not lease out their space to others at any of their other locations. She commented that they do not have schools at any of their locations. Commissioner Markanda asked the plan for spillover parking if that has been an issue. Ms. Hauber replied that they do not encounter that issue because they adequately plan their parking to match the highest needs, even on Christmas and Easter. Chair Boo asked the parking requirements under code. Senior Planner Drill replied that the code requires a minimum of 500 spaces, and 685 spaces are proposed. Chair Boo opened the public hearing. Chair Boo introduced Carl Stamp, 18309 64th Avenue N, Maple Grove, who stated that he and his wife live in the neighborhood north of the subject property and over the past 14 years they have watched that northwest corridor develop from farmland to residential development. He stated that the additional residents have increased the tax base, which is a benefit, but also put pressure on the traffic and other city infrastructure. He stated that they love that this would not become more homes which would place more burden on the city’s infrastructure and would prefer to see more open space and preservation of wetlands as proposed by the church. He stated that they support the request and opportunity to preserve open space. Chair Boo introduced Mike Louis, 4565 Glacier Lane N, who commented that there seems to be a flaw with the traffic study as that was based on the attendance of 2,250 people but in the Corcoran submission, the applicant planned for attendance of 3,000 people. He stated that the applicant has stated that when the conversion is made from temporary to a permanent location, the attendance often doubles or even triples. He expressed concern with the fill that would be added as that could cause issues with the water table and problems for the nearby homes. He expressed concern with the lights from vehicles during the evening services. He stated that the 285 6 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 structure is unique in that it would be precast concrete and did not believe it would blend with the area. He also believed the 35-foot height would stand out in this area. Chair Boo introduced Sue Christiansen, 4565 Glacier Lane N, who agreed with the concerns about traffic and lights from vehicles. She also expressed concern with air pollution from the large number of vehicles coming and going from the site. She preferred that the property be developed as residential rather than an institutional purpose. Chair Boo introduced Josh Kramer, 17865 62nd Avenue N, Maple Grove, who stated that his property borders to the north in Maple Grove. He did not believe that this property would meet the requirements for rezoning or a conditional use permit. He found the proposal to be incongruent with the city’s comprehensive plan, the plan does not provide adequate buffering to adjacent properties, the development will change the character of the neighboring residential developments, and there is not sufficient infrastructure to support this development. Chair Boo introduced Molly Kramer, 17865 62nd Avenue N, Maple Grove, who shared concerns that the traffic study is not credible in terms of attendance. She commented that while the intention to que traffic internally may be helpful for the roads, it would be injurious to the residents in the adjacent neighborhoods. She stated that this is not an issue of use but of scale and intensity. Chair Boo introduced Adam Nawrocki, 2700 Quaker Lane N, who stated that he has attended Eagle Brook for about 15 years and commented on the belonging that people who were struggling have found within the church. He stated that he has volunteered in many capacities, and he has seen incredible impacts on the lives of youth and children. He commented that the police department has been a great partner in the traffic management at the temporary Wayzata High School location. Chair Boo introduced Felix Adekola, 18130 59th Avenue N, who stated that he lives within 500 feet of the proposed development. He expressed concern on the impact of a church on the property values of adjacent residential homes. He referenced statements that were made by the Corcoran city council when considering a request from this applicant. He commented that small churches fit well into residential areas while large churches fit better into more commercial areas with higher road capacity. Chair Boo introduced Erik Takkunen, 14905 61st Place N, who stated that he is supportive of the request from the church. He stated that he lived in Blaine when Eagle Brook built that location adjacent to his neighborhood and noted the similarities between the locations. He stated that the applicant cares about being a good neighbor to the neighborhood and communities they call home. He stated that the parking lots are cleared out within 10 to 15 minutes after services. He stated that he became a parking volunteer while living in Blaine and was able to see the high level of planning the church has for traffic management. He stated that he has also been a part of the parking team at the Wayzata High School location, and they have managed that traffic smoothly. He believed that the church would be a great fit for the community. Chair Boo introduced Larry Brauch, 17525 46th Avenue N, who stated that he is a resident and has attended the Wayzata High School location of the church. He also noted his previous experience as a member of the New Hope planning commission and appreciated the evaluation 286 7 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 the commission does, along with the comprehensive study performed by staff. He referenced the David Weekly project from 2002 which proposed 137 homes for the property and noted that the city council was split on that with concerns for higher density and lower priced homes. He stated that this project proposes a 300-foot setback compared to what would be 40 feet for a residential development. He stated that this would propose much more green space and believed that this would be a great fit for the property, which will be developed in one way or another. He stated that this proposed use would bring people from the community and outside the community that will frequent other businesses as well. He invited people concerned with the request to visit the church at another location to see how well the traffic flows and how inviting the church is. Chair Boo introduced Garth Warren, 16220 14th Avenue N, who commented that he is mindful that growth impacts a community both positively and negatively depending on the individual. He stated that he and his wife attend the Wayzata campus for the church and commented on the spiritual home that many have found. He commented on the tools and programs that the church provides to assist people who may be struggling and the support that the church provides to its members. He stated that perhaps the community would benefit from the presence of Eagle Brook. Chair Boo introduced Rachel D’Souza, 18516 58th Place N, who stated that her family moved from another community because of the presence of a large church. She stated that her family has attended Eagle Brook but is curious as to whether pedestrian traffic was considered in the traffic study. She asked if the activities of the park have been considered and whether the church and those uses would conflict. She asked how the church gives back to the community and residents of Plymouth. She expressed concern with traffic using side streets and was also concerned that additional services would be added, and the space could be rented to others for use. Chair Boo introduced Lenny Newman, 6296 Upland Lane N, Maple Grove, who referenced the financial assets of the church and asked if this is a religious institution or a business. Chair Boo introduced Mark Hizon, 18563 58th Place N, who stated that he respects the church and has a friend that attends the church. He stated that he would love to welcome the church to Plymouth but not at this site. He commented that current locations for the church are overflowing and Eagle Brook has become the largest church in Minnesota. He commented that Chankahda Trail continues to change, and they cannot even anticipate the traffic that will continue to come from continued development. He stated that Plymouth needs more housing and lower cost housing for people. Chair Boo introduced LaRae Spencer, 5015 Garland Lane N, who stated that she supports Eagle Brook and is a part of the setup team at the Wayzata campus. She appreciated the opportunity for Plymouth to embrace the church. Chair Boo introduced Jeff Shultz, 18430 61st Avenue N, who commented that he and his wife attend church at the Wayzata campus and support the request. He stated that churches contribute to the community and generate less crime. He commented that more homes would continue to street the infrastructure in this area which is already stressed from rapid residential development. He commented on the ways the church helps its members and the overall community. He stated that the church provides hope in a time of hopelessness. 287 8 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Chair Boo introduced Yana Wang, 5865 Walnut Grove Lane N, who expressed concern with the proposed construction of the church and the lasting impact of this decision. She commented on the disruption that construction would bring. She commented on the diversity of the neighborhood and did not believe that this large church would honor that diversity. She stated that Corcoran opposed this proposal and asked that Plymouth do the same. She stated that because the church is tax exempt, this large development would not contribute to the tax base of the city. She referenced over 3,400 residents that have signed a petition opposing the church in this location. She asked the commission to reject this proposal, noting that the decision will have an impact for generations. Chair Boo called for a ten-minute recess. Chair Boo reconvened the meeting. Chair Boo introduced Karl Wolfe, 16235 38th Place N, who stated that he and his wife attend services at the mobile Wayzata High School campus. He realized the objections to the church locating in this spot but noted that the church is dynamic which adds value to the community. He commented on the spiritual value the church adds to the community along with the values of caring and support. He noted that the church also challenges its members to serve their communities. He commented on the diversity of the congregation and its young membership. Chair Boo introduced Kate Haight, 5410 Polaris Lane N, who provided input as a mother who attends Eagle Brook and supports the church coming to Plymouth. She commented on the community that they have found at the church and the volunteerism that she is instilling in her children. She also commented on the connection and support that people receive through the church. She commented that traffic flows quickly through the site in about ten minutes after the service ends. Chair Boo introduced Gary Swoverland, 6205 Shadyview Lane, Maple Grove, who commented that he lives 650 feet from the site. He commented that it is underestimated the impact that this development would have with vehicle lights shining into homes and the disruption that traffic would have on adjacent homes and yards. He did not believe a traffic study could have been accurate because Chankahda has been closed and because of the increased development in surrounding communities. He stated that this development is too large for this residential neighborhood. Chair Boo introduced Rob Wavinak, 18233 62nd Avenue N, Maple Grove, who stated that in ten years this area will be a lot different. He stated that it would seem this enterprise would want to be in an area where homes will be built around it rather than where they already exist. He stated that he opposes this request. Chair Boo introduced Paul Lyon, 18027 62nd Avenue N, Maple Grove, who voiced his opposition against the project. He stated that while the church does a lot of good, this is a decision about how this piece of property will be developed and therefore emotion needs to be taken out of this. He stated that a lot of great concerns have been raised tonight, some that he had not considered, such as air pollution. He stated that this type of development should be a seed, placed first, allowing people that want to live near that development to build around that environment rather 288 9 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 than placing this into an existing neighborhood. He stated that he does not want to see something the size of a Best Buy in his backyard. He stated that Fieldstone Parkway will become a bypass and it is only meant to be an access to the neighborhood, not a through street. He asked if the traffic study considered Maple Grove High School with the traffic coming and going. Chair Boo introduced Chris Murray, 4465 Dunkirk Lane N, who stated that he loves the conversations about traffic and welcomed the city to do a study of Dunkirk Lane and Old Rockford Road. He provided input on the safety concerns at that location. He commended staff for their excellent presentation. He stated that church would be doing a disservice if they did not invite the commission to attend and visit the building. He stated that he leads the first through fifth graders and while he teaches them, they also teach him. He stated that he has also led divorce care and has seen the love of Christ come into their life, providing them with a platform they needed to heal. He stated that the church is a class act and Plymouth is smart in its review and believes that the city will make the right decision. Chair Boo introduced Jamie Gookins, 13700 54th Avenue N, who stated that she attends the Wayzata campus and has made lifelong friends as well as met and married her husband, moving to Plymouth. She stated that this location has met the needs of west metro members that were traveling to other locations. She stated that spreading these new locations in different areas, helps to meet people closer to where they live and take pressure off other locations. She believed that this is the best use for this property, as adding residential homes would have lesser setbacks to adjacent homes and would have less open space. She stated that the church has proven to be a good steward in building these locations and making it their home. She recognized that this is known as a mega church but stated that she feels cared for and has been able to care for others as well. Chair Boo introduced Josh Valasquez, 6092 Troy Lane N, who stated that he lives in the neighborhood that would be most impacted by development of this property. He stated that his family supports a rezoning to RSF-3 and while they would love to see a middle school at this location and would not be patrons of the church, they would welcome an entity that would be a good neighbor. He stated that they are encouraged about the low profile building, limit use of the building, cul-de-sac plan for 61st Avenue, and no outdoor services. He recognized that a large residential development would place additional burden on 61st Avenue. He asked that the commission ensure that these intentions do not change. He expressed concern with negative impacts to property values and suggested that tree lines buffering the property are robust. He also expressed concern with property taxes and would want to see whatever is developed gives back to the community in some way. He suggested that perhaps the church make the building available to people beyond services. Chair Boo introduced Emmett Tischmak, 5725 Walnut Grove N, who asked that the commission make its decision based on facts rather than the anecdotal input of members of the church. He expressed opposition to the proposed use of the land. He commented that the city has limited land and there is a widespread shortage of housing. He believed that there would be options for the church to consider other options such as utilizing commercial spaces and existing infrastructure. He expressed concern with the traffic pattern and how the long-term closure of Chankahda could have skewed those results. 289 10 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Chair Boo introduced Martha Bennett, 4944 Weston Court N, who stated that she and her husband previously commuted to other communities to attend Eagle Brook and were thrilled when the Wayzata campus opened. She commented on how a church can be a good neighbor, adding to the richness and vitality of the community. She stated that this conversation has occurred in the different communities where Eagle Brook has built a permanent location, and they could follow up to see if those concerns materialized. She commented on the support and caring that the church community provides. She also believed that the church would be a great partner in mitigating the concerns of nearby residents. Chair Boo introduced Joseph Moore, 6110 Ranier Lane N, who stated that within a one-mile radius of this site there is only residential development or recreational buildings with the exception of the elementary school which has 237 parking stalls. He stated that this use would have three times the number of parking stalls of the school and would be more like a theater or concern venue which would make it inconsistent with this area. He stated that the high school allows multiple ways for traffic to enter and exit the site while this would only have one access point. He provided a view from his home noting that there would be nothing to screen the church and its parking from his yard. He also mentioned that Chankahda Trail is still under construction and the traffic pattern may greatly change. He commented that pedestrian safety would be impeded by the church traffic. He stated that from the written comments and 65 percent of the comments were in opposition. He noted that of the comments in support, 65 percent of those were members of the church as are the people that have spoken in favor of the request tonight which is therefore a skewed perception. Chair Boo introduced Phil Setala, 7611 Urbandale Lane N, Maple Grove, who stated that he supports the project and has worked at Eagle Brook for about one year as a driver. He commented on the lives that they have impacted during his time as a member of the church and support that families have found within the church. He commented that in Maple Grove he has gone through a similar process where farmland behind his home was developed into a large residential development that has put stress on the roads. He stated that in ten years he believes that people would be happy with the positive impact that the church would have. Chair Boo introduced Derek Schnobrich, 5947 Xanthus Place N, who echoed the comments that have been expressed about the traffic study noting that his neighborhood did not even exist three years ago. He noted that further development also continues west of Plymouth that will need to be counted. He expressed concern with the tests related to the conditional use permit and the potential negative impact to homes and property values. He stated that he chose to invest in his home and property and would not have been able to anticipate that a large-scale development would occur on this property. He stated that more people signed the petition than those that would be members of the church. He believed that the traffic has not been properly anticipated in the change in locations because the high school has multiple entrance and exit points. Chair Boo introduced Audrey Britton, 12500 53rd Avenue N, who stated that while she was impressed by the staff report it appeared to be 100 percent positive and a development is never fully positive. She took exception to staff recommending approval before the public hearing has even been completed. She asked if the Corcoran study has been considered as to why that community denied the request. She asked if a neighborhood meeting has been held for this similar to the proposed cricket field. She asked how a traffic study could be independent when it is paid for by the applicant. She stated that while she is sure the church does good, there are also 290 11 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 communities that have been hurt by the church. She stated that feelings and religion should not be considerations in this discussion, noting that Plymouth is a diverse community with many religions and cultures. She did not think this would be a fit for the community or neighborhood. She noted that the building will be built upon higher elevation which will increase its impact. Chair Boo introduced Danny Ng, 18340 58th Avenue N, who stated that he does not believe that this would be a good location for the church in the middle of this residential area. He also expressed concerns with the traffic generated from a mega church on top of the increased development occurring in Corcoran that will continue to stress this area. He believed that a different location would be better for the church. He stated that while he likes that the church provides support and assistance to its community, he does not believe that would benefit those outside of the congregation. Chair Boo introduced Laura Kooistra, 5925 Xene Lane N, who stated that she supports the comments in favor of the church. She stated that her son attends the elementary school and some kids are sitting on the floor because there is not enough room for all the kids. She stated that developing this area into more homes would only put additional stress on the already stressed schools. Chair Boo introduced Smeeta Adaniya, 6035 Kimberly Lane N, who commented that her deck will overlook this site. She stated that there have been great comments about the value the church could bring to the community and does not want to discount that but believed that there could be a better location. She stated that during the winter months the large parking lots would need to have snow removal and anticipated what those snow piles would look like. She stated that typically her family goes for walk on evenings and weekends, which are times that traffic will be worse because of the church. She stated that her family moved here because of the schools and understood the concern that additional homes could have on the schools, but noted that development of this land would provide funding that is needed by the schools. She stated that there is available commercial land that has been abandoned and would be more appropriate for this type of development. Chair Boo introduced Andrew Jackson, 6267 Jewel Lane N, Maple Grove, who spoke in support of the project. He stated that his family loves the neighborhood and the idea that this property could be a home for Eagle Brook. He referenced the anecdotal stories told by the church, noting that is value added to the community as those stories are examples of how the church has reached people that live in the community. He commented on the incredible value that the church brings to the community and stated that he would love to have the church as a neighbor. Chair Boo closed the public hearing. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie reviewed the projected numbers in the traffic study, noting that about 1,000 people currently attend at the mobile location and therefore if that is doubled that would match the statement that was made that attendance could double. He noted that if an additional 25 percent is added, that would come close to the 3,000, which would match the scenario in which attendance is tripled and therefore would be consistent with the public statements of the church and the traffic study. He stated that they are basing this on the peak factoring using 15-minute periods. He stated that the traffic at 9:15 a.m. does not impact the traffic at 11:15 a.m. He stated that the auditorium and parking lot will limit the number of people 291 12 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 that can be at the campus at one time. He stated that traffic counts were taken in non- construction seasons. Using technology leveraged from cell phone and GPS data, they are able to gain data on traffic counts and traffic patterns, which provides confidence in the results from the report. He commented that the arterial roadways have capacity as previously mentioned. He referenced the concern for Troy Lane and noted that only 100 added vehicles are anticipated for Troy Lane and Chankahda Trail with less vehicles choosing to turn down Troy Lane. He noted that Troy Lane would not be a good cut through option over Peony Lane. He recognized the concern of people from Corcoran using Chankahda and noted that there is a growth factor outside of Plymouth factored into the study. He recognized that Fieldstone most likely has artificially higher traffic counts right now and Chankahda Trail will likely be a preferred route for some once it opens. He referenced the intersection of Fieldstone and Maple Grove Parkway, providing more detailed anticipated traffic counts for that intersection. He compared this to Providence Academy which would have similar attendance to one service at the church and has similar access, noting that there are not traffic complaints from the school which has peak times twice per day, five times per week compared to the church which would experience those peaks on Sundays only. He stated that now that construction is done, pedestrian traffic will improve because of the trail network that has been installed and the future park. He stated that the grade separated crossing was added to increase pedestrian safety. He stated that the internal driveway location was chosen to avoid wetlands on the site and believed that additional tree screening could be added to mitigate concerns. He referenced the comments about infrastructure, noting that this proposal would have a much lesser demand on infrastructure than single-family homes would create. He stated that traffic volumes from a residential development would have a 40 percent higher impact than this proposal. He stated that drainage and stormwater would meet the city requirements, noting that construction of this development would be shorter than residential development as residential development is phased over multiple years. He stated that from the perspective of the ground, the ground varies 20 feet, and the applicant would split the difference with the elevation of the building. Chair Boo referenced the circulation of the roadway as mentioned, and asked how the driveway would avoid cutting off drainage. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that they would utilize storm sewer and culverts which is common practice. Chair Boo referenced the issue of screening and stated that perhaps the applicant can provide details on that. He asked the role of the city in terms of architectural materials. Senior Planner Drill replied that the zoning ordinance lists acceptable materials, and the request of the applicant does comply with that list of allowed materials. Chair Boo referenced the statements related to light and air pollution and commented that it did not sound like the vehicles would be idling for long. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that both the traffic study and anecdotal evidence provides that traffic is not there running or idling much longer than ten minutes at a time. 292 13 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Chair Boo commented that the question of tax base is not something the commission addresses, as that would fall to the city council. He stated that this development meets the requirements of the comprehensive plan and zoning. He stated that the impact to neighbors is a general concern but again whether there is an impact to property values would not be a matter for the commission. He stated that impacts to infrastructure would be a consideration, but it has been shown that the church would be a lesser impact than residential homes. Senior Planner Drill stated that if the property were developed as housing, the minimum setbacks along the north and west would be 25 feet and 50 feet along Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. He stated that, under a residential development, there would also be a public street network running through the site. He stated that in terms of scale, the size of the parcel must also be considered. He noted that the elementary school across the street has roughly the same size building footprint but larger square footage – as there is more than one level – on a smaller parcel, where the proposed church would be on a larger, roughly 48-acre parcel and would be set back much farther from lot lines. Ms. Hauber commented that they always want to take into consideration the concerns of neighbors and are open to more discussion about what could be done on the site to assist in screening lights or vehicles. She commented that will be a continued discussion as they progress. Commissioner Anderson commented that in terms of land use there is a guiding of LA-2 and the use fits within that. He stated that there have been a number of applications where guiding has been requested to change, but in this instance the use is within the guiding. He stated that the rezoning to RSF-3 would be the same as if the site were developed into residential. He stated that the large issue is traffic and noted that the city hires and selects the consultant, even though that is paid for by the applicant so that it is not funded by taxpayer dollars. He stated that there are actually facilities owned by the same entity that can be used to provide comparisons, which is helpful. He stated that typically applications include variances, but this request does not request any variances and is following the requirements. He stated that a conditional use permit would be required for this use, similar to the elementary school. He stated that there was a previous plan for residential development on this site, which he opposed because the traffic would connect to the west which was not desired by the residents. He stated that this development would not impact the residents to the west with a direct connection. He stated that this is an application to be considered and they cannot redesign or relocate it but must make a decision on what is presented. He stated that he has to support the project as it meets the guiding, zoning, and requirements for a conditional use permit without a request for any variances. Commissioner Fowler asked where property value would fall into this consideration. City Attorney Soren Mattick commented that while the code mentions that, it assumes that is also considered when the allowed uses are listed. He stated that when the city plans and puts together its comprehensive plan and zoning district, it would place compatible uses within the zoning district. He stated that they would need to have solid evidence that this allowed use would impact property values in order to use that as a mechanism of denial. Commissioner Markanda asked if an environmental study would be required for this development. 293 14 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Senior Planner Drill replied that the proposed building would be 64,000 square feet and the trigger for an environmental assessment would be 300,000 square feet or larger. Commissioner Markanda asked if applicants under that threshold have been required to complete that review. Senior Planner Drill replied that he could not think of such instances. Commissioner Markanda asked if the church could be asked to consider completing such review as a good neighbor. Senior Planner Drill stated that while that question could be asked, that would not provide new information that is not already known for the site. Commissioner Markanda referenced the traffic study and asked if there would be an opportunity to complete a second, non-biased study that would factor in construction timing. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie replied that the traffic study is completed by a third party that is chosen by the city, not the applicant. He stated that this firm has been used numerous times throughout the city and is very capable. He believed the data produced to be an industry standard and would not think a second study would provide different results. Planning and Development Manager McGuire replied that a second traffic study cannot be required. Engineering Services Manager McKenzie noted that a traffic study is more of science than an art and is based on numbers and facts, therefore it is much more of a statistical exercise. He commented that the data used is extremely current. Commissioner Markanda asked if berms could be added to minimize the impact of headlights onto homes. Engineer Services Manager McKenzie replied that is something that could be discussed but that could result in impacts to wetlands which would be frowned upon. Commissioner Markanda referenced the forecasted patron attendance for the church and was interested to hear more about the baseline forecasts for future years and the anticipated growth for this location. Ms. Hauber replied that they gather baseline data each weekend over the course of many years throughout their history of multiple locations. She stated that their attendance typically will double or even triple, over the course of multiple years. Chair Boo noted that the growth information was available for the traffic study and used in that process. 294 15 Proposed Minutes November 15, 2023 Commissioner Markanda asked if the operational maintenance plan would avoid snow piles visible to neighbors. Ms. Hauber replied that they design the parking lots with multiple places to push snow. She was unsure that they could avoid snow piles in general, but the design does split that throughout the site. Chair Boo recognized that this is a difficult decision, not because of the use but because of the location and what those neighbors may have expected to be developed. He commented that it is a potential change related to traffic but recognized that growth has been anticipated for this area of the community and infrastructure has been planned for such. He stated that he will support this because this is a permitted use that would not exhaust the resources available on the property. He stated that the city can ask the developer to continue to work on the issue of screening. Commissioner Fowler stated that he would agree as it is fairly clear that the request should be supported. He agreed that the motion should include increasing the screening at the driveway curve and in the northwest parking area. He stated that there have been many comments about the church being a good neighbor and even though budget was mentioned, coniferous trees are not a significant impact to a budget for this type of project. Motion was made by Commissioner Anderson, and seconded by Commissioner Jerulle, to recommend adoption of an ordinance amending chapter 21 of the city code reclassifying certain land at 17910 Chankahda Trail and approval of a resolution approving facts of finding supporting the rezoning, resolution approving preliminary plat, site plan and conditional use permit for Eagle Brook Church for property located at 17910 Chankahda Trail, subject to the findings and conditions listed in the draft ordinance and resolutions with the addition of a condition requiring additional landscaping screening. With all Commissioners voting in favor, the motion carried. 295 Troy Ln Plymouth / Maple Grove Border Chankahda Trail Maple Grove Pkwy Peony Ln 61st Ave 61st Ave SITE 2023-065Eagle Brook Church17910 Chankahda TrailExistng Zoning -- FRD K75007501,500375Feet M e a d o w R i d g e E l e m e n t a r y S c h o o l T h e M e a d o w s P a r k 296 SITE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Maple Grove Pkwy Chankahda Trail Peony Ln 61st Ave 61st Ave T r o y L n 2023-065 -- Aerial Map K66006601,320330 Feet 297 SITE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Chankahda Trail Maple Grove Pkwy Peony Ln 2023-065 -- Aerial Map K50005001,000250 Feet 298 299 300 301 9/13/2023 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH – WEST METRO CAMPUS – PLYMOUTH – Luedke Farm Site at 17800 and 17910 Chankahda Trail (formerly County Road 47) (Parcels 0611822120001, 0611822110002, 0611822110001) CITY SUBMITTAL NARRATIVE ZONING Request that the property be re-zoned from FRD (Future Restricted Development) to RSF-3 (Single Family Detached 3) to match adjacent development and to be consistent with the 2040 land use plan for LA-2. CUP Request a conditional use permit to authorize church (place of worship) use within Zone RSF-3 (a) Compliance with and effect upon the Comprehensive Plan, including public facilities and capital improvement plans: In zone RSF-3 (Single Family Detached 3) a church is a complementary use to the adjacent residential zone RSF-3. The church use will create an opportunity to connect capital improvements of water and sewer to adjacent residential areas. A traffic study will recommend and describe any necessary road improvements and adjustments if needed. (b) The establishment, maintenance or operation of the conditional use will promote and enhance the general public welfare and will not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals or comfort: Similar to the school across Chankahda Trail, the church fulfills a beneficial role to the health and overall wellbeing of a community. A church is a place where people can connect with others, find community and experience real life change. When transformation happens in a person’s life, it can transform their family and in return, the communities they are a part of. (c) The conditional use will not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate vicinity for the purposes already permitted, nor substantially diminish and impair property values within the neighborhood: The site will have trees along the perimeter. The existing wetlands will be retained. The church building, parking and drives are toward the center of the site. The access to the site is from Maple Grove Parkway. Land adjacent to existing park is planned to be dedicated to the city for expanded parkland. Easement to be provided for a public path through the site from the neighborhood to the link to the elementary school and park to the south of the site. (d) The establishment of the conditional use will not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of surrounding property for uses permitted in the district: The site is sufficiently sized to allow for the church use, including parking to be all contained within the property boundaries. Eagle Brook has staff dedicated to maintaining their property. A place of worship can be an asset to a well-rounded community. (e) Adequate public facilities and services are available or can be reasonably provided to accommodate the use which is proposed: 302 9/13/2023 Public facilities and services are adjacent to the site. (f) The conditional use shall, in all other respects, conform to the applicable regulations of the district in which it is located: The property is a single story and will be reviewed with the City to comply with all applicable regulations. (g) The conditional use complies with the general and specific performance standards as specified by this Section and this Chapter: Building materials, screening, tree requirements, wetland buffers and other standards will all be met. The proposed design will exceed the recommended minimum setbacks and provide all the necessary buffers to insulate the surrounding neighbors. REPLATTING Preliminary and final plat are being submitted simultaneously. Hereby request to extend final plat review period to be consistent with preliminary plat review period. SITE PLAN REVIEW USE: Eagle Brook Church (EBC) is a multi-site church with a video venue that delivers a consistent message live from their Lino Lakes Campus to all of their satellite campuses on the weekend. EBC is currently hosting services at Wayzata High School on Sundays in what they consider to be a “mobile” site. This proposed West Metro Campus will become EBC’s permanent church site for this campus. The West Metro Campus is planned to have 1,500 seats in the Worship Auditorium, a spacious Lobby with a Café, an Administrative area for approximately twelve staff and a secure Children’s ministry classroom area for weekend kid’s programming use. EBC holds church on Saturday evenings (4:00p and 6:00p) and Sunday morning (9:00a and 11:00a). Wednesday evenings Eagle Brook hosts student ministry for junior high and senior high students (5:00p-9:00p). Christmas and Easter services will occur on other days of the week. All services are typically an hour in length and indoors. Ten to twelve staff will be in the building during the weekdays (Monday thru Wednesday, 8:00a to 5:00p). EBC will host a few small groups in the evenings (50-100 people) 1-2 times per week which include Divorce Care and Quest 180 (addiction recovery ministry). EBC does not host weddings and funerals on site. EBC also does not use the building for day care / education during the week. SITE DESIGN: The existing property is 55.96 acres (2,437,692 square feet) of farm and wetlands. A portion of the land will be dedicated to expand the existing park, including a trail easement through the site to connect the park and neighborhood to existing trails. Buffers and setbacks are provided around the property to meet or exceed zoning standards and the design intent is to minimize impact to existing wetlands. Building placement is toward the center and northwest of the site, with parking on three sides. Native vegetation to be provided with mown grass adjacent to the building. Surface biofiltration basins provided for run-off. Trees will be added along portions of the perimeter of the site. TRAFFIC: Cul-de-sac will be provided to terminate the residential street from the east. Single entry to the site will be provided from Maple Grove Parkway. Drop off is within the site. There will be 685 parking spaces on-site overall to accommodate capacity as determined from historic EBC data on other campuses. In addition to clear signage, 303 9/13/2023 EBC also retains people specifically to direct traffic during peak time periods. Long access drives within the site are utilized to accommodate stacking of cars if needed. BUILDING DESIGN: The church will be a single-story building approximately 65,000 square feet in size. The elevation of the building will be broken up by varying the height, size and orientation as well as the materials. A cross tower will be placed at the entry to identify this is a church. The primary materials will be architectural precast concrete, varied in two colors and patterns with accenting areas of architectural metal panels and glass. FUTURE EXPANSION: The proposed building is designed to accommodate the projected increase in attendance based on experiences at other campus locations. No future building or site expansion is intended for this site. SCHEDULE: Intend to have construction start Spring 2024 with completion around Fall 2025. 304 COUNTY ROAD 47 LA W N D A L E L N / MA P L E G R O V E P A R K W A Y 61st AVE 62ND AVE 61 s t A V E WETLAND WETLAND 505 504 503 502 501 601 602 664 623 624 625 627 655 654 653 652 656 657 660 661 662 663 603604605606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 637636634633 631 628 651 630 WETLAND WETLAND EX POND WETLAND SWM SWM 658659 556 526 531 532 642 641 640 639 638 643649 648 645 SWM 635632 629 533 527 528 529 530 650 647 646 644 557 558 559 560 561 665666667668 669 670 671 672 673 674 PARK SWM 562 555 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 534535536537538539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548549550551552553554 KI M B E R L Y L N RAN I E R L N 626 EXPAND POND CITY OF MAPLE GROVE CITY OF PLYMOUTH CR 47 ROW DED. 2.56 acres SWM SWM SWM 563 CR 47 ROW DED. FUTURE CR 47 IMPROVEMENTS (BY OTHERS) LA W N D A L E R O W D E D . TRAIL 'UNDERPASS' BY OTHERS EX. TRAIL H EX. TRAIL FUT. TRAIL BY OTHERS FUT. TRAIL BY OTHERS PARK PARKING LUEDKE PROPERTY - SKETCH PLAN REVIEW - Site Plan +Aerial PLYMOUTH, MINNESOTA WETLAND (ESTIMATED -FROM LiDAR AND VEGETATION PER AERIAL) PROPOSED STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AREA PROPERTY BOUNDARY PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY - DEDICATION REQUIRED PROPOSED TRAIL/SIDEWALK (PER PLAN OR FUTURE BY OTHERS) PROPOSED 55' WIDE LOTS - MEAS. AT FRONT SETBACK PROPOSED 65' WIDE LOTS - MEAS AT FRONT SETBACK 733 Marquette Ave, Ste 700 Minneapolis, MN 55402 612.758.3080 612.758.3099 www.alliant-inc.com MAIN FAX SITE DATA TOTAL AREA: LUEDKE (3 parcels) 55.595 acres per County GIS LAWNDALE LN RW DEDICATION = 2.011 AC (Ded. of Ex. Esmt) C.R. 47 RW DEDICATION = 0.868 AC (Ded. of Ex. Esmt, inc. recent add. APPROXIMATE WETLAND AREA (Per Depiction Estimate): = 11.13 AC (GREEN DASH LINE) PRELIMINARY/ESTIMATED NET DEVELOPABLE AREA: ±41.59 AC CURRENT LAND USE: LIVING AREA 2, LA-2 (3-6 units/acre) PROP. LAND USE:LA-2 EXISTING ZONING:FRD, FUTURE RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED ZONING:RSF-3, SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED DWELLING DIST 3 RMF-1, MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING DIST 1 SITE DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY FEMA FLOODPLAIN OR SHORELAND MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. CONCEPT PLAN ASSUMPTIONS: SINGLE FAMILY - 2 SIZES ·SIZE 1=MIN LOT WIDTH: 65' @ Front Setback (Labeled with 600's) ·74 LOTS ·SIZE 2=MIN LOT WIDTH: 55' @ Front Setback (Labeled with 500's) ·63 LOTS ·MIN FRONT SETBACK: 25' Local R/W and 50' Arterial R/W ·MIN REAR SETBACK: 25' ·MIN SIDE YARD: 8' Dwelling, 6' Garage - 65' LOTS and 55' LOTS ·MIN LOT AREA: 7000 SF - 65 LOTS, 6,000 SF - 55' LOTS ·TYPICAL LOT DEPTH: MIN 110' - 65', MIN 110 - 55' LOTS ·MIN SETBACK TO CR 47: 50' ·MIN SETBACK TO LAWNDALE:50' TOTAL UNITS: 137 UNITS (±3.3 units per estimated net acre) ALL ROADS ARE PUBLIC AS REQUIRED BY PLYMOUTH ·50 FT RW and 28' Back to Back : 6,662 LF WETLANDS: ESTIMATE DEPICTED IN COMBINATION OF COUNTY GIS AND LIDAR AND AERIAL IMAGERY. FIELD DELINEATION TO BE COMPLETED ASAP SPRING 2022. WETLANDS ARE LISTED WITH MEDIUM CLASSIFICATION IN THE CITY OF PLYMOUTH SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN WETLAND BUFFER REQUIREMENTS: PER CITY OF PLYMOUTH CITY CODE CLASS.AVG MIN MAX LOW 25'10'50' MEDIUM 30'10'50' HIGH 50'40'60' EXCEPTIONAL 75'50'100' REQUIRED BUFFER BUILDING SETBACK = 15' DECKS ARE ALLOWED 6' INTO BUILDING SETBACK DATE: 5/2/22 PAGE 1 OF 3 LEGEND DEVELOPER: DAVID WEEKLEY HOMES 12900 WHITEWATER DRIVE, SUITE 180 MINNETONKA, MINNESOTA, 55343 CONTACT: AZIZ SIDDIQUI (ASiddiqui@dwhomes.com) ~60' +/- (50' min. required) ~35' +/- (25' min. required) ~30' +/- (25' min. required) ~55' +/- (50' min. required) 305 EXISTING CHANKAHDA TRL MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y 62ND AVE N MEADOW RIDGE ELEMENTARY THE PINES AT ELM CREEK THE PRESERVE AT MEADOW RIDGE HARVEST PARK EAGLE BROOK - PLYMOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD STUDY - 10/12/2023 306 PROPOSED CHANKAHDA TRL MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y 62ND AVE N MEADOW RIDGE ELEMENTARY THE PINES AT ELM CREEK THE PRESERVE AT MEADOW RIDGE HARVEST PARK PROPOSED PARK 1082’ 393’ 63 1 ’ 33 4 ’ EAGLE BROOK - PLYMOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD STUDY - 10/12/2023 307 MEADOW RIDGE ELEMENTARY THE PINES AT ELM CREEK THE PRESERVE AT MEADOW RIDGE 1 2 3 4 EXISTING VIEWS 1 2 34 * SITE PHOTOS TAKEN ON MARCH 18, 2020 NOTES: CHANKAHDA TRL MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y 62ND AVE N PREPARED BY:PREPARED FOR: 308 MEADOW RIDGE ELEMENTARY THE PINES AT ELM CREEK THE PRESERVE AT MEADOW RIDGE * EXISTING AND PROPOSED TREES SHOWN PER SURVEY AND LANDSCAPE PLANS; EXISTING UNDERSTORY SHRUB AND GROUNDCOVER MATERIALS NOT MODELED; EXISTING TREE HEIGHT AND TREES OUTSIDE OF PROPERTY BOUNDARY MAY DIFFER 1 2 3 4 1* 2* 34 PROPOSED VIEWS NOTES: CHANKAHDA TRL MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y 62ND AVE N PREPARED BY:PREPARED FOR: 309 SOUTH WEST SOUTH EAST NORTH WEST NORTH EAST EAGLE BROOK - PLYMOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD STUDY - 10/12/2023 310 REPORT | www.transportationcollaborative.com | To: Chris McKenzie, PE City of Plymouth From: Matt Pacyna, PE, Principal Transportation Collaborative & Consultants, LLC Date: November 7, 2023 Subject: Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study INTRODUCTION TC2 completed a traffic study for the proposed Eagle Brook Church development in Plymouth, MN. The subject site, shown in Figure 1, is in the northwest quadrant of the Chankahda Trail (formerly County Road 47) and Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane intersection. The proposed development is a 64,000 square foot church, with a seating capacity of up to 1,500 people. The project would include a driveway that connects with Maple Grove Parkway across from 61st Avenue. The main objectives of the study are to quantify existing traffic conditions, evaluate potential impacts to adjacent roadways during various peak timeframes associated with the proposed development, and recommend infrastructure changes, if necessary, to ensure safe and efficient operations for all users. The following study assumptions, methodology, and findings are offered for consideration. Figure 1 Subject Site Subject Site Pe o n y L n Du n k i r k L n CR 1 1 6 Chankahda Trl Ma p l e G r o v e P k w y CR 1 0 1 Vi c k s b u r g L n Tr o y L n Schmidt Lake Rd 311 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 2 BACKGROUND The subject site is adjacent to Chankahda Trail (formerly known as County Road 47), which is being reconstructed to better serve the community and its users. Ahead of the roadway reconstruction project, the City, in partnership with Hennepin County, conducted the County Road 47 Corridor Study, which was finalized in May 2020. The corridor study quantified issues and needs within the area, evaluated various alternatives, and ultimately helped identify the future corridor vision to serve the community for the long-term. Subsequently, a phased construction plan was developed which began in 2022 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2024; the segment abutting the site was reconstructed in 2022. Eagle Brook Church is a multi-site church with a video venue that delivers a consistent message live from their Lino Lakes Campus to all their satellite campuses on the weekend. The church currently hosts services at Wayzata High School on Sundays in what is considered to be a “mobile” site. The proposed West Metro Campus would become the church’s permanent site and all operations that occur at Wayzata High School would be relocated to the new campus. EXISTING CONDITIONS Existing conditions were reviewed within the study area to establish current operations to help determine impacts associated with the proposed development. The evaluation of existing conditions included reviewing historical traffic data, collecting traffic volumes, observing roadway characteristics, and analyzing intersection capacity, which are described in the following sections. Traffic Volumes With the segment of Chankahda Trail located east of Maple Grove Parkway closed during the development of this study, a combination of resources was used to establish current (non-construction) traffic conditions within the study area. This approach included a review of traffic volumes collected as part of the County Road 47 Corridor Study, StreetLight user data/counts during non-construction conditions, and Average Daily Traffic (ADT) volumes provided by MnDOT. The data sets were compared and normalized / balanced to reflect typical non-construction conditions while also accounting for travel behavior changes following the pandemic. StreetLight was used to collect intersection turning movement counts at the locations noted. The data obtained focused on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 8 p.m., which encompass the expected peak periods of the proposed development. Note that with StreetLight data, a larger dataset was obtained than traditional intersection counts, which included data from January through April of both 2021 and 2022; City staff verified that there were no construction closures during these timeframes. Chankahda Trail Intersections Maple Grove Parkway / Peony Lane Intersections • Walnut Grove Lane • 62nd Avenue N • Troy Lane • 61st Avenue N • Meadow Ridge Elementary School • 57th Avenue N • Maple Grove Parkway / Peony Lane • Inland Lane • Dunkirk Lane Note that the City of Maple Grove asked to evaluate the Maple Grove Parkway and Fieldstone Boulevard intersection as part of a preliminary review of this report. Further discussion regarding this intersection is provided later in this report. 312 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 3 To illustrate how existing travel patterns within the area vary by time of day and day of the week (i.e., Wednesday versus Saturday versus Sunday), existing traffic volumes at the Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane intersection were reviewed. As shown in Figure 2, the Wednesday morning (7 to 9 a.m.) and evening (3 to 6 p.m.) periods represent the highest existing traffic volume timeframes within the study area. On Saturday evenings (4 to 6 p.m.), existing traffic volumes are about 20 percent lower as compared to the same timeframe on Wednesdays, while on Sunday mornings (10 a.m. to 12 p.m.), existing traffic volumes are about 50 percent lower as compared to the Wednesday morning (7 to 9 a.m.) peak period. Figure 2 Existing Chankahda Trl and Maple Grove Pkwy/Peony Ln Intersection Traffic Volumes Wayzata High School Hours: 8:15 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.; Meadow Ridge Elementary School Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 2:25 p.m. Roadway Characteristics Observations were conducted within the study area to identify various roadway characteristics. A summary of current roadway characteristics is outlined as follows: • Chankahda Trail – a 2-lane arterial roadway with dedicated left- and right-turn lanes; the posted speed limit is 40 miles per hour. A multi-use trail is provided along both sides of the roadway and a pedestrian underpass/crossing is located immediately west of Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane. • Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane – a 3-lane arterial roadway with a center two-way left-turn lane (TWLTL); right-turn lanes are only provided at the Chankahda Trail intersection. The posted speed limit is 45 miles per hour and there are multimodal facilities (i.e., multi-use trail or sidewalk) along both sides of the roadway. Note that arterial roadways generally provide longer trips, have more mobility, provide limited access, and connect larger centers. All other study roadways are local 2-lane facilities, with limited to no turn lanes, and primarily provide access to arterial roadways for area residents. From a traffic control perspective, the Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane intersection is signalized, while all other study intersections are side-street stop controlled. A summary of the existing geometrics, traffic controls, and volumes is provided in Figure 3. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 In t e r s e c t i o n T r a f f i c V o l u m e Wednesday Saturday Sunday 313 Figure 3Existing Conditions Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study N 3 (1) 19 (74) 11 (2) 88 (44) 3 ( 1 4 ) 1 ( 5 ) 4 (0)1 (12)10 (12) 0 (0) 1 (1) 5 (40) 1 (0)1 (12)1 (3) 11 ( 3 5 ) 7 ( 2 9 ) 23 ( 4 4 ) 12 (70 ) 4 (24 ) 9 3 ( 6 7 ) 3 7 ( 9 3 ) 1 4 ( 1 1 0 ) 4 ( 1 5 ) 4 (9) 18 (79) 1 (25) 96 (36) 0 ( 1 6 ) 3 ( 1 0 ) XXX (XXX) [XXX] X,XXX Wednesday PM Peak Hour Volume Saturday PM Peak Hour Volume Sunday AM Peak Hour Volume Estimated Weekday ADT Volume Traffic Signal Stop Sign Legend 2,050 4,300 2,250 6th Avenue Highway 55 10th Avenue Revere Lane Mai n A c c e s s Of f i c e / S i t e Note that the Highway 55 and Revere Lane intersection was included in the analysis, but is not shown in the graphic. 10th Avenue Chankahda Trl 6th AvenueS Shore Drive Ma p l e G r o v e P k w y N Frontage Road 10 (15)5 (10)60 (230)5 (5)5 (10)35 (40)5 (5)55 (125)5 (15)75 (40)105 (155)120 (135)CR 73 35 (70)1245 (1805)55 (50)135 (115)2250 (1570)260 (170)105 (175)65 (60)65 (110)75 (300)50 (90)55 (100)25 (35)20 (20)75 (80)25 (35)10 (5)25 (40)30 (70)135 (225)30 (20)35 (60)120 (135)65 (80)10 (20)115 (240)0 (5)45 (85)120 (115)5 (5)70 (70)0 (0)10 (10)10 (5)0 (0)5 (5) 150 (105) [50] 175 (140) [85] 70 (50) [45] 3 (1)19 (74)11 (2)88 (44)3 (14)1 (5)3,600 37,500 6,5002,2004,900 1,8007,350 1,4002,600 400 Pe o n y L n 61st Ave 62nd Tr o y L n Wa l n u t G r o v e L n 61st Ave A v e and Du n k i r k L n 57t h A v e 56t h A ve Meadow Ridge Elementary 35 ( 2 0 ) [ 1 0 ] 18 5 ( 1 7 5 ) [ 1 8 0 ] 90 ( 1 1 0 ) [ 4 5 ] [15] (25) 40 [125] (150) 165 [35] (40) 65 [3 5 ] ( 4 0 ) 7 0 [ 1 4 5 ] ( 2 5 0 ) 3 5 5 [5 5 ] ( 7 5 ) 1 0 0 2 0 ( 1 0 ) [ 5 ] 2 4 0 ( 1 7 5 ) [ 1 1 5 ] 3 0 ( 1 5 ) [ 1 0 ] 10 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] 10 ( 5 ) [ 1 0 ] [5 ] ( 5 ) 5 [ 1 5 0 ] ( 1 9 5 ) 2 3 5 [1 0 ] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 [5] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [15 ] ( 1 5 ) 1 5 10 ( 1 0 ) [ 5 ] 310 ( 2 5 5 ) [ 2 5 5 ] [5] ( 1 0 ) 5 [23 0 ] ( 3 6 0 ) 5 1 5 [ 5 ] ( 5 ) 1 0 [ 5 ] ( 5 ) 5 375 (265) [150] 15 (30) [10] [210] (290) 325 [15] (45) 30 [3 0 ] ( 3 0 ) 2 0 [ 2 0 ] ( 1 5 ) 3 0 Ln 10 (5) [5] 385 (290) [175] [5] (10) 10 [220] (325) 345 10 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] 10 ( 1 0 ) [ 5 ] 10 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] 220 ( 1 6 5 ) [ 1 10] 30 ( 2 0 ) [ 1 0 ] 5 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] 5 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] [5] ( 5 ) 5 [150 ] ( 1 9 0 ) 2 2 0 [5] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 [5 ] ( 5 ) 1 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [1 0 ] ( 1 5 ) 2 5 275 (195) [125] 5 (5) [5] [170] (210) 255 [5] (5) 5 [5 ] ( 5 ) 1 5 [ 5 ] ( 5 ) 1 5 In l 62nd Pl 5 (5) [5] 5 (5) [5] 30 5 ( 3 0 5 ) [ 2 3 0 ] 5 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] [2 0 5 ] ( 3 5 5 ) 5 2 5 [ 5 ] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 10 (5) [5] 10 (10) [5] 30 0 ( 2 9 5 ) [ 2 3 0 ] 10 ( 1 5 ) [ 5 ] [2 0 5 ] ( 3 6 0 ) 5 2 5 [ 5 ] ( 2 0 ) 2 0 6,2 5 0 7, 5 0 0 7,00 0 4,5 0 0 314 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 5 Intersection Capacity Intersection capacity was evaluated using Synchro/SimTraffic Software (version 11), which incorporates methods outlined in the Highway Capacity Manual, 6th Edition. The software is used to develop calibrated models that simulate observed traffic operations and identify key metrics such as intersection Level of Service (LOS) and queues. These models incorporate collected traffic, pedestrian, and bicyclist volumes, traffic control and signal timing parameters provided by the corresponding jurisdictions, and driver behavior factors. Level of Service (LOS) quantifies how an intersection is operating. Intersections are graded from LOS A through LOS F, which corresponds to the average delay per vehicle values shown in Table 1. An overall intersection LOS A through LOS D is considered acceptable in the Twin Cities. LOS A indicates the best traffic operation; LOS F indicates an intersection where demand exceeds capacity. Table 1 Level of Service Thresholds Level of Service Average Delay / Vehicles Stop, Yield, and Roundabout Intersections Signalized Intersections A < 10 seconds < 10 seconds B 10 to 15 seconds 10 to 20 seconds C 15 to 25 seconds 20 to 35 seconds D 25 to 35 seconds 35 to 55 seconds E 35 to 50 seconds 55 to 80 seconds F > 50 seconds > 80 seconds For side-street stop-controlled intersections, special emphasis is given to providing an estimate for the level of service of the side-street approach. Traffic operations at an unsignalized intersection with side- street stop control can be described in two ways. First, consideration is given to the overall intersection level of service, which considers the total number of vehicles entering the intersection and the capability of the intersection to support the volumes. Second, it is important to consider the delay on the minor approach. Since the mainline does not have to stop, most delay is attributed to the side-street approaches. It is typical of intersections with higher mainline traffic volumes to experience high-levels of delay (i.e., poor levels of service) on the side-street approaches, but an acceptable overall intersection level of service during peak hour conditions. Results of the existing intersection capacity analysis, shown in Table 2, indicate that all study intersections, approaches, and movements currently operate at LOS C or better during the Wednesday p.m., Saturday p.m., and Sunday a.m. peak hours. In addition, all queues are maintained within the existing turn lanes. At cross-streets, the 95th percentile queues are generally 50 feet (i.e., one to two vehicles) or less. Note that for side-street stop-controlled intersections, the delay shown in the table represents the average side-street delay to access the arterial roadway (i.e., the mainline), which balances the delays for all movements. In general, average delays to make a left-turn from the side- street stop-controlled approach range from 10 to 20 seconds. Thus, there are no existing intersection capacity issues that warrant mitigation. 315 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 6 Table 2 Existing Intersection Capacity Intersection Traffic Control LOS (Delay) Wednesday PM Peak Hour Saturday PM Peak Hour Sunday AM Peak Hour Maple Grove Pkwy / 62nd Ave SSS A / A (7 sec) A / A (6 sec) A / A (5 sec) Maple Grove Pkwy / 61st Ave SSS A / A (9 sec) A / A (6 sec) A / A (4 sec) Maple Grove Pkwy / Chankahda Trl Signal B (17 sec) B (15 sec) B (12 sec) Peony Ln / 57th Ave SSS A / A (7 sec) A / A (4 sec) A / A (4 sec) Chankahda Trl / Walnut Grove Ln SSS A / A (5 sec) A / A (4 sec) A / A (4 sec) Chankahda Trl / Troy Ln SSS A / A (6 sec) A / A (4 sec) A / A (4 sec) Chankahda Trl / Meadow Ridge School SSS A / A (5 sec) A / A (4 sec) A / A (3 sec) Chankahda Trl / Inland Ln SSS A / A (6 sec) A / A (7 sec) A / A (3 sec) Chankahda Trl / Dunkirk Ln SSS A / A (6 sec) A / A (6 sec) A / A (5 sec) SSS – Side-Street-Stop Wednesday PM (4:30 to 5:30 PM) ; Saturday PM (5 to 6 PM) ; Sunday AM (10 to 11 AM) PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT The proposed development, shown in Figure 4, is in the northwest quadrant of the Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane intersection. The site, which is currently agricultural land, is proposed to be developed as a 64,000 square foot church, with a seating capacity of up to 1,500 people. The project would include a driveway that connects with Maple Grove Parkway across from 61st Avenue; emergency-only vehicle access would be provided to the west of the site via the existing 61st Avenue stub street. Approximately 685 parking spaces are proposed. Construction was assumed to be complete by 2025. Figure 4 Proposed Site Plan 316 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 7 Church Operations As noted earlier, Eagle Brook Church currently hosts services at Wayzata High School on Sundays in what is considered to be a “mobile” site. The proposed West Metro Campus would become the church’s permanent site and all operations that occur at Wayzata High School would be relocated to the new campus. Key operational details, include: • Seating Capacity: 1,500 people • Employees: 12 to 15 people • Tuesday/Thursday Activities: Support Groups (5:30 to 8:30 p.m.) • Wednesday Activities: Middle School / High School Ministries (6:15 to 9:15 p.m.) • Saturday Services (2): 4 and 6 p.m. • Sunday Services (2): 9 and 11 a.m. Communication with project representatives indicate that a total of approximately 1,060 people currently attend one of the three Sunday services at Wayzata High School. With the proposed development, the church expects to change to a four (4) service model, to be in line with other Eagle Brook churches in White Bear Lake, Blaine, and Lino Lakes. With a dedicated church space, overall total attendance is expected to increase to approximately 2,250 people over an entire weekend. Given the project’s similarities to the Eagle Brook Church in Blaine, the following attendance levels for each service were used as the basis for this study. • Saturday 4 p.m.: 300 people • Saturday 6 p.m.: 250 people • Sunday 9 a.m.: 900 people • Sunday 11 a.m.: 800 people • Total Weekend Attendance: 2,250 people Communication with project representatives indicate that a total of approximately 40 to 50 students currently attend one of the Wednesday evening school aged ministries. Attendance at these student ministries is expected to increase up to a total of approximately 150 people upon opening of a permanent facility. The church does expect to host various support groups, which generally occur on Tuesdays or Thursdays and have a total of up to 100 people in attendance per evening. TRAFFIC FORECASTS Traffic forecasts were developed for year 2026 conditions, which represents one (1) year after opening conditions. The forecasts include general background growth and trips generated from the proposed development. The following study assumptions, along with the church operations, were used to develop future year 2026 traffic forecasts within the study area. Background Growth To account for general background growth in the area, an annual growth rate of two (2) percent was applied to the existing traffic volumes. This growth rate was developed using a combination of historical average daily traffic (ADT) volumes from surrounding roadways as published by MnDOT, intersection growth rates from the County Road 47 Corridor Study, and traffic forecasts from the 2040 City of Plymouth Transportation Plan. 317 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 8 Proposed Development The proposed development trip generation estimate was established using a combination of resources, including the ITE Trip Generation Manual, 11th Edition, typical vehicle occupancy rates (i.e., 2.5 attendee to vehicle ratio), and vehicle/attendance data provided for other Eagle Brook church facilities. Multiple sources were used to ensure reasonable trip generation estimates for typical Wednesday p.m., Saturday p.m., and Sunday a.m. peak hour conditions were developed. Note that the trip generation provided represents a typical condition and does not account for the few times a year with higher attendance, such as Easter and Christmas. The proposed development, shown in Table 3, is expected to generate 74 Wednesday p.m. peak hour, 189 Saturday p.m. peak hour, and 646 Sunday a.m. peak hour trips. These peak hours represent the p.m. peak hour of the adjacent roadway on a typical Wednesday (4:30 to 5:30 p.m.), and the overlap periods between the first and second services on Saturday evening and Sunday morning (i.e., 5 to 6 p.m., and 10 to 11 a.m.), respectively. All other periods are expected to operate similarly or better than these scenarios. The site generated trips were distributed throughout the study area based on the directional distribution in Figure 5, which is based on a combination of existing area travel patterns and engineering judgment. The resultant year 2026 traffic forecasts are illustrated in Figure 6. Table 3 Trip Generation Summary Land Use Type (ITE Code) Size Wednesday Saturday Sunday PM Peak Hr In / Out Daily PM Peak Hr In / Out Daily AM Peak Hr In / Out Daily Church (560) 64,000 SF 34 / 40 486 96 / 93 550 313 / 333 2,014 Comparable Land Uses SF Housing (210) 104 units 62 / 36 981 52 / 44 986 46 / 40 882 Townhomes (220) 208 units 67 / 39 1,402 42 / 43 946 37 / 38 804 Note that trip generation estimates were established for other comparable residential development types (i.e., single-family and condo/townhome) to understand the overall trip generation potential of the site relative to the current development proposal. The comparable land use sizes were developed using the allowable development density based on the LA-2 land use guidance for the site, which has 34.67 net acres (i.e., the site area after wetlands and wetland buffers are deducted). Note that a previous residential development proposal for the site was within this density guidance. Based on these comparable land uses, a residential development would generate approximately 35 to 40% more weekday peak hour trips and two to three times more weekday daily trips as compared to the proposed church. On Saturdays, a residential development would generate approximately 50% less p.m. peak hour trips, but nearly two times more daily trips. On Sundays, a residential development would generate significantly less a.m. peak hour trips and approximately 55 to 60% less Sunday daily trips. This information illustrates that a residential development would have more traffic volume impact throughout the day and the week, while the proposed church would primarily have more traffic volume impact for shorter periods associated around various activities and services, particularly Sunday mornings. 318 Figure 5Year 2026 Site Generated Trips Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study N XXX (XXX) [XXX] X,XXX [X,XXX] Directional Distribution Wednesday M Peak Hour VolumeP Saturday PM Peak Hour Volume Sunday AM Peak Hour Volume Estimated Weekday ADT Volume Estimated Sunday ADT Volume Legend Chankahda Trl Ma p l e G r o v e P k w y 9 (24) [78] (0) [0]0 (0) [0]0 Pe o n y L n 61st Ave 62nd Tr o y L n Wa l n u t G r o v e L n 61st Ave Av e and Du n k i r k L n 57 t h A ve 56t h A ve Meadow Ridge Elementary 6 ( 1 4 ) [ 5 0 ] (2 8 ) [ 1 0 0 ] 12 (2 3 ) [ 8 3 ] 10 [47] (14) 5 [0] (0) 0 [0] (0) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [9 4 ] ( 2 9 ) 1 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (1 4 ) [ 5 0 ] 6 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] 0 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (0) [ 0 ] 0 (0) [ 0 ] 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [4 7 ] ( 1 4 ) 5 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [0] ( 0 ) 0 [0] ( 0 ) 0 [0] ( 0 ) 0 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (28 ) [ 1 0 0 ] 12 [0] ( 0 ) 0 [94 ] ( 2 9 ) 1 0 [ 0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [ 0 ] ( 0 ) 0 9 ( 4) [78]2 (0) [0]0 [83] (23) 10 [0] (0) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 Ln 0 (0) [0] (24) [78]9 [0] (0) 0 [83] (23) 10 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (0 ) [ 0 ] 0 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (14) [ 5 0 ] 6 (0) [ 0 ] 0 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (0 ) [ 0 ] 0 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] [0] ( 0 ) 0 [47] ( 1 4 ) 5 [0] ( 0 ) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 6 (14) [50] (0) [0]0 [47] (14) 5 [0] (0) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 In l 62nd Pl 0 (0) [0] (0) [0]0 10 ( 2 9 ) [ 9 4 ] (0 ) [ 0 ] 0 [1 0 0 ] ( 2 8 ) 1 2 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 0 (0) [0] (0) [0]0 0 (0) [0] 10 ( 2 9 ) [ 9 4 ] 0 ( 0 ) [ 0 ] (0 ) [ 0 ] 0 [2 1 9 ] ( 6 7 ) 2 4 [0 ] ( ) 0 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 +12 0 [+5 0 0 ] +1 4 5 [+ 6 0 0 ] +7 5 [+3 0 0 ] 30% 15% 30% 25% [100] (28) 12 [0] (0) 0 [233] (65) 28 +14 5 [+6 0 0 ] 31 9 Figure 6Year 2026 Conditions Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study N Chankahda Trl 170 (135) [130] (150) [90]185 (55) [50]75 Pe o n y L n Tr o y L n Wa l n u t G r o v e L n 61st Ave and Du n k i r k L n 57 t h A ve 56t h A ve Meadow Ridge Elementary 45 ( 3 5 ) [ 6 0 ] (2 1 5 ) [ 2 9 5 ] 20 5 (1 4 5 ) [ 1 3 0 ] 10 5 [65] (45) 50 [135] (160) 175 [40] (45) 70 [4 0 ] ( 4 5 ) 7 5 [2 5 0 ] ( 2 9 5 ) 3 8 5 [6 0 ] ( 8 0 ) 1 0 5 2 0 ( 1 0 ) [ 5 ] (2 0 5 ) [ 1 7 0 ] 2 6 0 ( 1 5 ) [ 1 5 ] 3 5 10 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] (0) [ 0 ] 0 (5) [ 1 0 ] 10 [5 ] ( 5 ) 5 [2 1 0 ] ( 2 2 5 ) 2 5 5 [1 0 ] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 [5] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 [0] ( 0 ) 0 [20 ] ( 2 0 ) 2 0 10 ( 1 0 ) [ 5 ] (30 5 ) [ 3 8 0 ] 340 [5] ( 1 0 ) 5 [34 5 ] ( 4 1 5 ) 5 5 5 [ 5 ] ( 5 ) 1 0 [ 5 ] ( 5 ) 5 405 ( ) [235]305 (35) [10]15 [305] (335) 350 [20] (50) 35 [3 5 ] ( 3 5 ) 2 5 [2 0 ] ( 1 5 ) 3 5 Ln 10 (5) [5] (335) [265]420 [5] (10) 10 [320] (375) 375 10 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] (1 0 ) [ 5 ] 10 10 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] (190 ) [ 1 6 0 ] 235 (25) [ 1 5 ] 35 5 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] (0 ) [ 0 ] 0 5 ( 5 ) [ 5 ] [5] ( 5 ) 5 [205] ( 2 1 5 ) 2 3 5 [5] ( 1 0 ) 1 0 [5 ] ( 5 ) 1 0 [0 ] ( 0 ) 0 [1 5 ] ( 2 0 ) 3 0 300 (225) [185] (5) [5]5 [235] (245) 280 [5] (5) 5 [5 ] ( 5 ) 1 5 [5 ] ( 5 ) 1 5 In l 62nd Pl 10 (5) [5] (0) [0]0 10 (10) [5] 10 ( 3 0 ) [ 9 5 ] 32 0 ( 3 1 5 ) [ 2 4 5 ] (1 5 ) [ 5 ] 10 [2 2 0 ] ( 7 0 ) 2 5 [2 2 0 ] ( 3 8 5 ) 5 6 0 [5 ] ( 2 0 ) 2 0 6,8 0 0 7,60 0 4,8 5 0 [100] (30) 10 [0] (0) 0 [235] (70) 30 XXX (XXX) [XXX] X,XXX Wednesday M Peak Hour VolumeP Saturday PM Peak Hour Volume Sunday AM Peak Hour Volume Estimated Weekday ADT Volume Traffic Signal Stop Sign Legend Ma p l e G r o v e P k w y 61st Ave 62nd Av e 5 (5) [5] (5) [5]5 33 5 ( 3 5 5 ) [ 3 4 0 ] (5 ) [ 5 ] 5 [3 2 0 ] ( 4 1 0 ) 5 7 5 [5 ] ( 1 0 ) 5 8, 1 0 0 32 0 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 11 YEAR 2026 CONDITIONS To understand impacts associated with the proposed development, year 2026 intersection capacity was again evaluated using Synchro/SimTraffic Software (version 11). To accurately depict the peaking characteristics during the Saturday p.m. and Sunday a.m. peak hours, the analysis was evaluated in 15-minute increments as opposed to modifying the peak hour factor. For purposes of the intersection capacity analysis, the peak hour level of service is shown in Table 4, as well as key level of service and queuing information associated with the proposed development access. Results of the year 2026 intersection capacity analysis indicates that all study intersections, approaches, and movements are expected to operate at LOS D or better during the overall Wednesday p.m., Saturday p.m., and Sunday a.m. peak hours. In addition, all queues are expected to be maintained within the existing turn lanes, except the northbound left-turn lane along Maple Grove Parkway serving the proposed development access. In this location, there is adequate pavement width to accommodate these queues, thus, the existing striping should be modified to formalize this northbound left-turn lane. Note that eastbound queues leaving the proposed development are expected to extend up to approximately 205 feet during the Sunday a.m. peak period. Therefore, the proposed development driveway should be designed with two exit lanes, one of which should be at least 225 feet. Table 4 Year 2026 Intersection Capacity Intersection Traffic Control LOS (Delay) Wednesday PM Peak Hour Saturday PM Peak Hour Sunday AM Peak Hour Maple Grove Pkwy / 62nd Ave SSS A / A (8 sec) A / A (6 sec) A / A (5 sec) Maple Grove Pkwy / Church / 61st Ave SSS A / B (10 sec) A / A (9 sec) A / C (15 sec) Maple Grove Pkwy / Chankahda Trl Signal B (18 sec) B (17 sec) B (16 sec) Peony Ln / 57th Ave SSS A / A (7 sec) A / A (5 sec) A / A (7 sec) Chankahda Trl / Walnut Grove Ln SSS A / A (5 sec) A / A (4 sec) A / A (4 sec) Chankahda Trl / Troy Ln SSS A / A (6 sec) A / A (5 sec) A / A (5 sec) Chankahda Trl / Meadow Ridge School SSS A / A (5 sec) A / A (4 sec) A / A (4 sec) Chankahda Trl / Inland Ln SSS A / A (7 sec) A / A (8 sec) A / A (5 sec) Chankahda Trl / Dunkirk Ln SSS A / A (7 sec) A / A (7 sec) A / A (6 sec) Maple Grove Pkwy / Church / 61st Ave Peak 15-Min Level of Service A / B (11 sec) A / B (13 sec) B / C (17 sec) Peak 15-Min Eastbound Queue 60 feet 70 feet 205 feet Peak 15-Min Northbound Left-Turn Queue 40 feet 60 feet 170 feet Maple Grove Pkwy / Church / 61st Ave (+25% Sensitivity) Overall Peak Hour Level of Service C / E (37 sec) Peak 15-Min Level of Service D / E (44 sec) Peak 15-Min Eastbound Queue 800 feet Peak 15-Min Northbound Left-Turn Queue 180 feet SSS – Side-Street-Stop Wednesday PM (4:30 to 5:30 PM) ; Saturday PM (5 to 6 PM) ; Sunday AM (10 to 11 AM) 321 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 12 Given the assumptions associated with this study, a sensitivity test was conducted to understand how an additional 25% of peak hour site trip generation would impact area options. This sensitivity analysis focused on the Sunday a.m. peak hour, which represents the most active period for the proposed development. Results of the sensitivity analysis indicate that the Maple Grove Parkway and Church Access / 61st Avenue intersection is expected to operate at LOS C during the overall peak hour and a LOS D during the peak 15-minute period. The eastbound approach is expected to operate at LOS E throughout the peak hour and eastbound queues from motorists exiting the site are expected to extend up to 800 feet; these queues would dissipate within 15 to 30 minutes following the end of service. The northbound left-turn lane queue increases slightly as compared to the base assumption scenario. This sensitivity test indicates that depending on attendance fluctuations, having a traffic control officer present would assist motorists at the Maple Grove Parkway and Church Access/61st Avenue intersection during the Sunday a.m. peak period, as well as reduce delays and queues for motorists at this intersection. No other locations are expected to need any additional infrastructure or traffic control officer assistance. Thus, further discussion with stakeholders should occur to finalize the appropriate infrastructure modifications, as well as the overall traffic control management strategy. Maple Grove Parkway and Fieldstone Boulevard As noted earlier, the City of Maple Grove asked to evaluate the Maple Grove Parkway and Fieldstone Boulevard intersection as part of a preliminary review of this report. The City expressed concerns about existing perceived safety and operational issues at this location and the potential impact of the proposed development. Thus, a cursory review of traffic impacts was completed following the study analysis. As shown in Table 5, the proposed development is expected to add approximately 25 Wednesday p.m. peak hour, 60 Saturday p.m. peak hour, and 200 Sunday a.m. peak hour vehicular trips to the Maple Grove Parkway and Fieldstone Boulevard intersection. Table 5 Maple Grove Pkwy at Fieldstone Blvd Traffic Volume Summary Time Period Wednesday PM Peak Hour Saturday PM Peak Hour Sunday AM Peak Hour Existing Maple Grove Parkway Volume (at Fieldstone) 850 670 445 Proposed Development Traffic Volume (at Fieldstone) +25 +60 +200 Future Traffic Volume 875 730 645 The change in volume during the Wednesday p.m. peak hour is within typical daily variations, while the future traffic volumes during the Saturday and Sunday peak hours are well below the Wednesday p.m. peak hour and expected to result in minimal change in overall intersection operations. During the peak 15-minute period on a Sunday morning, there would be approximately 60 additional vehicles traveling through the intersection, which equates to an additional four (4) vehicles per minute or one vehicle every 15-seconds; AASHTO notes that the typical time for a vehicle to make a left-turn from a stop condition is 7.5 seconds. Therefore, the change in operations at the Maple Grove Parkway and Fieldstone Boulevard intersection is expected to be minimal with the addition of the proposed development. 322 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 13 SITE PLAN / ACCESS REVIEW A preliminary review of the proposed site plan does not indicate any major issues. However, special care should be taken to locate signage and landscaping to avoid creating any sight distance issues. In addition, heavy commercial vehicle (i.e., garbage trucks, moving vans) maneuverability should be reviewed to minimize any disruptions and/or impacts associated with these vehicles and their operation. This could include coordinating deliveries, dedicating garbage pick-up days/times, and/or incorporating wayfinding signage. No changes to the proposed access and/or internal circulation are needed based on preliminary review, however a southbound right-turn lane along Maple Grove Parkway at 61st Avenue should be considered to reduce potential conflicts with vehicles entering the site. Multimodal connectivity (i.e., sidewalks or trails) should be provided to all adjacent facilities within the area. 323 Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study November 7, 2023 Page 14 SUMMARY The following study conclusions and recommendations are offered for consideration. 1) All study intersections, approaches, and movements currently operate at LOS C or better during the Wednesday p.m. (4:30 to 5:30 p.m.), Saturday p.m. (5 to 6 p.m.), and Sunday a.m. (10 to 11 a.m.) peak hours. 2) Traffic forecasts were developed for year 2026 conditions, which represents one (1) year after opening conditions. a. An annual growth rate of two (2) percent was applied to the existing traffic volumes to develop year 2026 background forecasts. b. The proposed development is expected to generate 74 Wednesday p.m. peak hour, 189 Saturday p.m. peak hour, and 646 Sunday a.m. peak hour trips. c. A residential development would have more traffic volume impact throughout the day and the week, while the proposed church would primarily have more traffic volume impact for shorter periods associated around various activities and services, particularly Sunday mornings. 3) Under year 2026 conditions, all study intersections, approaches, and movements are expected to operate at acceptable levels of service (i.e., LOS D or better) during the overall Wednesday p.m., Saturday p.m., and Sunday a.m. peak hours. All queues are expected to be maintained within the existing turn lanes, except the northbound left-turn lane along Maple Grove Parkway serving the proposed development access. The following infrastructure modifications are offered to help maintain safe and efficient operations associated with impacts of the proposed development. a. There is adequate pavement width to accommodate the northbound left-turn queues along Maple Grove Parkway at 61st Avenue; thus, the existing striping should be modified to formalize this northbound left-turn lane. b. Although not needed from a capacity perspective, a southbound right-turn lane along Maple Grove Parkway at 61st Avenue should be installed to reduce potential conflicts with entering vehicles. c. Eastbound queues leaving the proposed development are expected to extend up to approximately 205 feet during the peak periods; the proposed development driveway should be designed with two exit lanes, one of which should be at least 225 feet. Note that the sensitivity test indicates that extending the two exit lanes further into the site would be beneficial to operations and should be discussed further with the project team. d. A traffic control officer could be provided at least during the Sunday a.m. peak period to assist motorists at the Maple Grove Parkway and Church / 61st Avenue intersection. e. Further discussion with stakeholders should occur to finalize the appropriate infrastructure modifications, as well as the overall traffic control management strategy. 4) Special care should be taken to locate signage and landscaping to avoid creating any sight distance issues and heavy commercial vehicle (i.e., garbage trucks, moving vans) maneuverability should be reviewed to minimize any disruptions and/or impacts associated with these vehicles and their operation. Multimodal connectivity (i.e., sidewalks or trails) should be provided to all adjacent facilities within the area. 324 2,437,692± SF 55,781± SF 2,437,692± SF 55,781± SF NO PA R K I N G N O PA R K I N G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 CONVERT EXISTING TURF AREA REMOVE EXISTING TURF AND SEED AS SPECIFIED PROTECT EXISTING TREES LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) DECIDUOUS TREES QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME CONT.SIZE SGM 21 ACER FREEMANII `SIENNA GLEN` / SIENNA GLEN MAPLE B & B 2.5"CAL SKH 18 GLEDITSIA TRIACANTHOS `SKYCOLE` / SKYLINE HONEYLOCUST B & B 2.5"CAL QB 14 QUERCUS BICOLOR / SWAMP WHITE OAK B & B 2.5"CAL RO 4 QUERCUS RUBRA / RED OAK B & B 2.5"CAL RL 8 TILIA AMERICANA `REDMOND` / REDMOND LINDEN B & B 2.5"CAL AE 27 ULMUS `MORTON` / ACCOLADE ELM B & B 2.5"CAL EVERGREEN TREES QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME CONT.SIZE BS 7 PICEA GLAUCA `DENSATA` / BLACK HILLS SPRUCE FULL FORM B & B 6` HGT. AP 9 PINUS NIGRA / AUSTRIAN PINE FULL FORM B & B 6` HGT. SHRUBS QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING INH 22 HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS `INCREDIBALL` / INCREDIBALL HYDRANGEA 5 GAL 24" HGT 54" o.c. GF 66 RHUS AROMATICA `GRO-LOW` / GRO-LOW FRAGRANT SUMAC 5 GAL 24" SPRD 48" o.c. PERENNIALS QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING WC 140 NEPETA X FAASSENII `WALKERS LOW` / WALKERS LOW CATMINT 1 GAL 24" o.c. PA2 20 PEROVSKIA ABROTANOIDES / RUSSIAN SAGE 5 GAL CONT.30" o.c. CONIFEROUS SHRUBS QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING ARJ 99 JUNIPERUS SABINA `ARCADIA` / ARCADIA JUNIPER 5 GAL 18" SPRD 60" o.c. GRASSES QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING FG 179 CALAMAGROSTIS X ACUTIFLORA `KARL FOERSTER` / FEATHER REED GRASS 1 GAL 24" o.c. NSG 18 PANICUM VIRGATUM `NORTH WIND` / NORTHWIND SWITCH GRASS 1 GAL 36" o.c. SH 35 SPOROBOLUS HETEROLEPIS / PRAIRIE DROPSEED 1 GAL 24" o.c. GROUND COVERS CODE BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING SD-01 NATIVE SEED MIX DRY PRAIRIE SEED MIX - BWSR SEED MIX #35-621. SEED SUPPLIER TO PROVIDE LIST OF ADDED FORBS TO BE REVIEWED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. APPLY PER MNDOT MANUAL RECOMMENDATIONS. REFER TO SPEC SECTION 32-9219 SEED SOD TURF SOD SOD SD-02 WETLAND SEED MIX RIPARIAN SOUTH AND WEST SEED MIX - BWSR SEED MIX #34-262 SEED SUPPLIER TO PROVIDE LIST OF ADDED FORBS TO BE REVIEWED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. APPLY PER MNDOT MANUAL RECOMMENDATIONS. REFER TO SPEC SECTION 32-9219. SEED PLANT SCHEDULE SHRUB AREAS CODE BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME SIZE SPACING WETLAND PLUGS MIX BA AJUGA REPTANS `BLACK SCALLOP`BLACK SCALLOP AJUGA TRAY 10% @ 18" o.c. Cm CAREX MUSKINGUMENSIS PALM SEDGE PLUG 30% @ 18" o.c. Cv2 CAREX VULPINOIDEA BROWN FOX SEDGE PLUG 30% @ 18" o.c. Fq FILIPENDULA RUBRA QUEEN-OF-THE-PRAIRIE PLUG 15% @ 18" o.c. Iv IRIS VERSICOLOR BLUE FLAG IRIS PLUG 15% @ 24" o.c. C-2 ALTERNATE STORMWATER BASIN PLUG MIX (SD-02) N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Landscape Architect under the laws of the State of Minnesota 08/31/2023 52050 Nathan Ekhoff - LA NWE/KVK EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 DD ISSUE 11/16/2023 LANDSCAPE PLAN OVERALL 270.LP Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. GENERAL NOTES: CONTRACTOR SHALL VISIT SITE PRIOR TO SUBMITTING BID. HE SHALL INSPECT SITE AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH EXISTING CONDITIONS RELATING TO THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK. VERIFY LAYOUT AND ANY DIMENSIONS SHOWN AND BRING TO THE ATTENTION OF THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT ANY DISCREPANCIES WHICH MAY COMPROMISE THE DESIGN AND / OR INTENT OF THE PROJECT'S LAYOUT. ASSURE COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE WORK OR MATERIALS SUPPLIED. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT ALL EXISTING ROADS, CURBS / GUTTERS, TRAILS, TREES, LAWNS AND SITE ELEMENTS DURING PLANTING OPERATIONS. ANY DAMAGE TO SAME SHALL BE REPAIRED AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALIGNMENT AND LOCATION OF ALL UNDERGROUND AND ABOVE GRADE UTILITIES. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY PROTECTION FOR THE UTILITIES BEFORE CONSTRUCTION / MATERIAL INSTALLATION BEGINS. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY GENERAL CONTRACTOR OF ANY CONCERNS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF PLANTINGS. EXISTING CONTOURS, TRAILS, VEGETATION, CURB / GUTTER AND OTHER EXISTING ELEMENTS BASED UPON INFORMATION SUPPLIED TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT BY OTHERS. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ANY AND ALL DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF SAME. THE ALIGNMENT AND GRADES OF THE PROPOSED WALKS, TRAILS AND / OR ROADWAYS ARE SUBJECT TO FIELD ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED TO CONFORM TO LOCALIZED TOPOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS AND TO MINIMIZE TREE REMOVAL AND GRADING. ANY CHANGE IN ALIGNMENT MUST BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENT CALCULATIONS: MINIMUM OF ONE OF THE GREATER: 1 TREE PER 50 LINEAR FEET OF SITE PERIMETER (6,190 LF / 50 FEET =124 TREES) OR 1 TREE PER 1,000 SQ. FT. OF GROSS BUILDING (63,710 SQ. FT. / 1,000 SQ. FT. =64 TREES) TREES REQUIRED:124 TREES OVERSTORY TREES PROVIDED: 108 TREES SHRUBS PROVIDED - 165: 16 TREE CREDITS TOTAL TREES PROVIDED:124 TREES SE E 2 7 5 . L P SEE 275.LP SEE 273.LP SEE 271.LP SEE 274.LP SEE 272.LP NOTE: EXISTING CONDITIONS INFORMATION SHOWN IS FROM AN ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY PREPARED BY LOUCKS, DATED 09/12/2023. BOLLARD SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL MANUFACTURER MODEL COMMENTS FORMS + SURFACES HELIO 9/280.LD 32 39 13 STEEL FORMS AND SURFACES SERIES 600 EDGING SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL COLOR COMMENTS LANDSCAPE EDGER 6/280.LD 32 94 13 STEEL BLACK 3/16" X 4" LANDSCAPE MATERIALS SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL FINISH COLOR COMMENTS ROCK MULCH - TRAP ROCK 5/280.LD 32 19 13 STONE WASHED NATURAL 2"-3" TRAP ROCK LIGHTING SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL FINISH COLOR COMMENTS POLE LIGHT SEE ELEC.SEE ELEC.SEE ELEC.SEE ELEC SEE ELEC. SITE FURNITURE SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL MANUFACTURER MODEL COMMENTS BIKE RACK 7/280.LD 12 93 13 POWEDER COAT: DUSK LANDSCAPE FORMS EMER-BR 20IN. W X 4IN. D X 30IN. H. BO-01 ED-01 LM-01 LT-01 SF-01 LANDSCAPE MATERIAL SCHEDULE NATIVE SEED PLANTING REQUIREMENTS: ·ENGAGEMENT OF AN EXPERIENCED INSTALLER WHO SPECIALIZES IN THE ESTABLISHMENT AND RESTORATION OF NATIVE PRAIRIE PLANT COMMUNITIES IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROJECT. CONTRACTOR INSTALLING THE NATIVE SEEDING TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING: ·DOCUMENTATION OF SIMILAR PROJECT EXPERIENCE INCLUDING LOCATION, PROJECT SIZE, SEED TYPES, DATES OF INSTALLATION, AND INSTALLATION METHODS. ·SEEDING SCHEDULE INCLUDING DATES AND METHOD OF SEEDING FOR APPROVAL BY THE OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF ANY SEEDING. LEGEND TREE SCREENING CALCULATIONS PROPOSED NORTH PROPERTY LINE EVERGREENS: 35 EVERGREENS INCREASED TREE DENSITY ALONG WEST PROPERTY LINE: 5 EVERGREENS 40 TOTAL ADDITIONAL TREES EVERGREEN TREE 80'-0" (5) ADDED EVERGREENS (35) EVERGREEN TREES 325 N O PA R K I N G N O PA R K I N G PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 SITE PLAN OVERALL 220.CS Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 NOTE: SEE PAVEMENT SECTIONS ON SHEET 250.CD - 253.CD FOR TYPE AND DEPTH INFORMATION. LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT PAVEMENT TYPES PERVIOUS PAVERS WETLAND BUFFER AREA B612 CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) B612 CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) NOTE: SEE CURB & GUTTER DETAILS ON SHEET 253.CD. SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) CURB TYPES 1.ALL PAVING, CONCRETE CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALK SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN PER THE DETAIL SHEET(S) AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 2.ACCESSIBLE PARKING AND ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE PROVIDED PER CURRENT ADA STANDARDS AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 3.ALL CURB DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE TO THE FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4.ALL BUILDING DIMENSIONS ARE TO THE OUTSIDE FACE OF WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 5.BITUMINOUS IMPREGNATED FIBER BOARD TO BE PLACED AT FULL DEPTH OF CONCRETE ADJACENT TO EXISTING STRUCTURES AND BEHIND CURB ADJACENT TO DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. 6.SEE SITE ELECTRICAL PLAN FOR SITE LIGHTING. 7.REFER TO THE GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC, FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A. REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B. GROUNDWATER CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING C. SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION D. PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS E. TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL F. EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS G. FROST PROTECTION SITE NOTES 1.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SITE SIGNAGE AND STRIPING AS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ALL ACCESSIBLE STALLS, LOGOS AND CROSS HATCH LOADING AISLES WITH WHITE OR YELLOW PAVEMENT MARKING PAINT, 4" IN WIDTH. 3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ANY/ALL DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC ARROWS, AS SHOWN, IN WHITE OR YELLOW PAINT. 4.ALL SIGNAGE SHALL INCLUDE POST, CONCRETE FOOTING AND STEEL CASING WHERE REQUIRED. 5.ALL SIGNAGE NOT PROTECTED BY CURB, LOCATED IN PARKING LOT OR OTHER PAVED AREAS TO BE PLACED IN STEEL CASING, FILLED WITH CONCRETE AND PAINTED YELLOW. REFER TO DETAIL(S). 6.ANY/ALL STOP SIGNS TO INCLUDE A 24" WIDE PAINTED STOP BAR IN WHITE PAINT, PLACED AT THE STOP SIGN LOCATION, A MINIMUM OF 4' FROM CROSSWALK IF APPLICABLE. ALL STOP BARS SHALL EXTEND FROM DIRECTIONAL TRANSITION BETWEEN LANES TO CURB. 7.ALL SIGNS TO BE PLACED 18" BEHIND BACK OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SIGNAGE AND STRIPING NOTES CURRENT ZONING: FRD - FUTURE RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED ZONING: RSF - SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED 3 PROPERTY AREA (GROSS): 55.96 ± AC LOT 1, BLOCK 1 47.91 ± AC RIGHT OF WAY AREA: 3.49 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 4.56 ± AC WETLAND AREA: LOT 1 BLOCK 1: 11.94 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 1.64 ± AC BUILDABLE PROPERTY AREA (NET): 35.97 ± AC DISTURBED AREA: 24.98 ± AC EXISTING IMPERVIOUS AREA: 0.21 ± AC* PROPOSED IMPERVIOUS AREA: 9.52 ± AC* *IMPERVIOUS AREAS BASED ON DISTURBED AREA ONLY SITE DATA YARD (BUILDING) SETBACKS: FRONT 50 FT MINIMUM SIDE 25 FT MINIMUM REAR 40 FT MINIMUM OFF-STREET PARKING SETBACKS: FRONT 20 FT MINIMUM SIDE 20 FT MINIMUM REAR 20 FT MINIMUM MINIMUM PARKING LAYOUT DIMENSIONS (90 DEGREE PATTERN): PARKING SPACE WIDTH = 9 FT PARKING SPACE LENGTH = 18.5 FT DRIVE LANE WIDTH = 26 FT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS OFF-STREET PARKING CALCULATIONS ACCESSIBLE PARKING PARKING REQUIRED: ONE SPACE FOR EACH 3 PERMANENT SEATS BASED ON THE DESIGN CAPACITY OF THE MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL (CHURCH) CAPACITY OF MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL = 1,500 SEATS REQUIRED PARKING = 1,500 SEATS / 3 = 500 STALLS TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED = 685 STALLS (INCLUDING ADA STALLS) REQUIRED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS** PROPOSED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS **REQUIRED MINIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSIBLE SPACES FOR 501 TO 1000 STALLS (2% OF TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED) WETLAND 1 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 72,315 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 76,790 SF WETLAND 2 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 30,855 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 34,140 SF WETLAND 3 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 98,900 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 109,270 SF WETLAND 4 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 11,115 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 11,140 SF WETLAND BUFFER DATA 326 N O PA R K I N G N O PA R K I N G PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 NORTH SEDIMENTATION POND HWL:947.75 NWL:944.75 BOTTOM:940.75 NORTH BIOFILTRATION BASIN HWL:944.64 TOP OF MEDIA:943.75 SOUTHWEST BIOFILTRATION BASIN HWL:944.24 TOP OF MEDIA:941.50 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 15 . 0 ' 28 . 0 ' 10 . 0 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 8.7 '18 . 5 ' 26 . 0 ' 8.0 ' 18 . 5 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 18 . 5 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 18 . 5 ' 26 . 0 ' 10 . 0 ' 9.0 ' TY P 17 . 6 ' 26 . 0 ' 6. 7 ' 23 . 8 ' 6.0 ' 28 . 0 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE SIDEWALK TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE STOOP COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECTURAL & STRUCTURAL PLANS LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL ADA PARKING SIGN/ BOLLARD COMBO (4) TYP-SEE DETAIL TYPICAL ADA PARKING STALLS TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE SIDEWALK TYP-SEE DETAIL FLAT CURB TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE STOOP COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECTURAL & STRUCTURAL PLANS CONCRETE PAVEMENT TRASH AREA TYP-SEE DETAIL 6. 0 ' CONCRETE SIDEWALK TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE STOOP COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECTURAL & STRUCTURAL PLANS CONCRETE STOOP COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECTURAL & STRUCTURAL PLANS SEAT WALL TYP-SEE DETAIL COORDINATE WITH LANDSCAPE PLANS BOLLARD (18) TYP-SEE DETAIL 10 . 7 ' FLAT CURB TYP-SEE DETAIL TYPICAL ADA PARKING STALLS TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL BITUMINOUS TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL 8 . 0 ' DOUBLE SIDED ADA PARKING SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED NO PARKING ACCESS AISLE SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED ADA PARKING SIGN (3) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED NO PARKING ACCESS AISLE SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL 16 23 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 25 20 20 20 19 19 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 11 20 11 HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL (2) ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION BASES TYP-SEE DETAIL COORDINATE W/ ELECTRICAL PLANS (4) ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL (4) BOLLARDS AROUND ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION TYP-SEE DETAIL COORDINATE W/ ELECTRICAL PLANS 172'R 200'R 20'R 20'R20'R 20'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 20'R 5'R 3'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 3'R 3'R 3'R 3'R 3'R 3'R 20'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 30'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 12 . 1 ' 12 . 1 ' 25 . 8 ' 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 74'R 100'R 30'R 30'R 28'R 28'R 45'R 300'R 120'R FLAT CURB TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE STOOP COORDINATE WITH ARCHITECTURAL & STRUCTURAL PLANS BOLLARD (4) TYP-SEE DETAIL 40' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 20.0' 40.0' 25' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 20 . 0 ' 25 . 0 ' HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS FIRE LANE TYP-SEE DETAIL BIKE RACK TYP-SEE DETAIL SITE LIGHTING-TYP SEE ELECTRICAL PLANS WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER MATCH EXISTING CURB & BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT NO PARKING FIRE LANE SIGNS (14) TYP-SEE DETAIL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT PAD SEE MECHANICAL PLANS MATCH EXISTING CONCRETE SIDEWALK 2 0 . 0 ' 10 . 7 ' B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL 6.7 ' 3'R 3'R 3'R 3'R 3'R 10 . 0 ' 320'R 100'R REMOVABLE BOLLARDS (3) TYP-SEE DETAIL REMOVABLE BOLLARDS (3) TYP-SEE DETAIL Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. N SCALE IN FEET 0 40 80 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 SITE PLAN NORTHWEST 221.CS PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 NOTE: SEE PAVEMENT SECTIONS ON SHEET 250.CD - 253.CD FOR TYPE AND DEPTH INFORMATION. LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT PAVEMENT TYPES PERVIOUS PAVERS WETLAND BUFFER AREA B612 CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) B612 CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) NOTE: SEE CURB & GUTTER DETAILS ON SHEET 253.CD. SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) CURB TYPES 1.ALL PAVING, CONCRETE CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALK SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN PER THE DETAIL SHEET(S) AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 2.ACCESSIBLE PARKING AND ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE PROVIDED PER CURRENT ADA STANDARDS AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 3.ALL CURB DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE TO THE FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4.ALL BUILDING DIMENSIONS ARE TO THE OUTSIDE FACE OF WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 5.BITUMINOUS IMPREGNATED FIBER BOARD TO BE PLACED AT FULL DEPTH OF CONCRETE ADJACENT TO EXISTING STRUCTURES AND BEHIND CURB ADJACENT TO DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. 6.SEE SITE ELECTRICAL PLAN FOR SITE LIGHTING. 7.REFER TO THE GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC, FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A. REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B. GROUNDWATER CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING C. SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION D. PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS E. TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL F. EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS G. FROST PROTECTION SITE NOTES 1.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SITE SIGNAGE AND STRIPING AS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ALL ACCESSIBLE STALLS, LOGOS AND CROSS HATCH LOADING AISLES WITH WHITE OR YELLOW PAVEMENT MARKING PAINT, 4" IN WIDTH. 3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ANY/ALL DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC ARROWS, AS SHOWN, IN WHITE OR YELLOW PAINT. 4.ALL SIGNAGE SHALL INCLUDE POST, CONCRETE FOOTING AND STEEL CASING WHERE REQUIRED. 5.ALL SIGNAGE NOT PROTECTED BY CURB, LOCATED IN PARKING LOT OR OTHER PAVED AREAS TO BE PLACED IN STEEL CASING, FILLED WITH CONCRETE AND PAINTED YELLOW. REFER TO DETAIL(S). 6.ANY/ALL STOP SIGNS TO INCLUDE A 24" WIDE PAINTED STOP BAR IN WHITE PAINT, PLACED AT THE STOP SIGN LOCATION, A MINIMUM OF 4' FROM CROSSWALK IF APPLICABLE. ALL STOP BARS SHALL EXTEND FROM DIRECTIONAL TRANSITION BETWEEN LANES TO CURB. 7.ALL SIGNS TO BE PLACED 18" BEHIND BACK OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SIGNAGE AND STRIPING NOTES CURRENT ZONING: FRD - FUTURE RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED ZONING: RSF - SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED 3 PROPERTY AREA (GROSS): 55.96 ± AC LOT 1, BLOCK 1 47.91 ± AC RIGHT OF WAY AREA: 3.49 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 4.56 ± AC WETLAND AREA: LOT 1 BLOCK 1: 11.94 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 1.64 ± AC BUILDABLE PROPERTY AREA (NET): 35.97 ± AC DISTURBED AREA: 24.98 ± AC EXISTING IMPERVIOUS AREA: 0.21 ± AC* PROPOSED IMPERVIOUS AREA: 9.52 ± AC* *IMPERVIOUS AREAS BASED ON DISTURBED AREA ONLY SITE DATA YARD (BUILDING) SETBACKS: FRONT 50 FT MINIMUM SIDE 25 FT MINIMUM REAR 40 FT MINIMUM OFF-STREET PARKING SETBACKS: FRONT 20 FT MINIMUM SIDE 20 FT MINIMUM REAR 20 FT MINIMUM MINIMUM PARKING LAYOUT DIMENSIONS (90 DEGREE PATTERN): PARKING SPACE WIDTH = 9 FT PARKING SPACE LENGTH = 18.5 FT DRIVE LANE WIDTH = 26 FT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS OFF-STREET PARKING CALCULATIONS ACCESSIBLE PARKING PARKING REQUIRED: ONE SPACE FOR EACH 3 PERMANENT SEATS BASED ON THE DESIGN CAPACITY OF THE MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL (CHURCH) CAPACITY OF MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL = 1,500 SEATS REQUIRED PARKING = 1,500 SEATS / 3 = 500 STALLS TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED = 685 STALLS (INCLUDING ADA STALLS) REQUIRED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS** PROPOSED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS **REQUIRED MINIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSIBLE SPACES FOR 501 TO 1000 STALLS (2% OF TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED) WETLAND 1 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 72,315 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 76,790 SF WETLAND 2 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 30,855 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 34,140 SF WETLAND 3 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 98,900 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 109,270 SF WETLAND 4 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 11,115 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 11,140 SF WETLAND BUFFER DATA 327 N O PA R K I N G NORTHEAST FILTRATION BASIN HWL:930.51 TOP OF MEDIA:928.34 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 28 . 0 ' 28.0 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' CONCRETE APRON TYP-SEE DETAIL BITUMINOUS TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL MATCH EXISTING BITUMINOUS TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL MATCH EXISTING MATCH EXISTING CURB MATCH EXISTING CURB MATCH EXISTING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL TYPICAL ADA PARKING STALLS TYP-SEE DETAIL FLAT CURB TYP-SEE DETAIL TYPICAL ADA PARKING STALLS TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED ADA PARKING SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED NO PARKING ACCESS AISLE SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED ADA PARKING SIGN (3) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED NO PARKING ACCESS AISLE SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL 20 20 20 19 19 20 20 20 20 11 20 11 MONUMENT SIGN BY OTHERS 30'R 30'R 260'R 6'R 6'R 300'R 30'R 196'R 224'R 172'R 200'R 20'R 20'R20'R 20'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 74'R 100'R 30'R 30'R SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL 25' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 20 . 0 ' 25 . 0 ' 50' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 50.0' 20.0' WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER 12 ' 14 ' 12 ' 14 ' Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. N SCALE IN FEET 0 40 80 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 SITE PLAN NORTHEAST 222.CS PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 NOTE: SEE PAVEMENT SECTIONS ON SHEET 250.CD - 253.CD FOR TYPE AND DEPTH INFORMATION. LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT PAVEMENT TYPES PERVIOUS PAVERS WETLAND BUFFER AREA B612 CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) B612 CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) NOTE: SEE CURB & GUTTER DETAILS ON SHEET 253.CD. SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) CURB TYPES 1.ALL PAVING, CONCRETE CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALK SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN PER THE DETAIL SHEET(S) AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 2.ACCESSIBLE PARKING AND ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE PROVIDED PER CURRENT ADA STANDARDS AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 3.ALL CURB DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE TO THE FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4.ALL BUILDING DIMENSIONS ARE TO THE OUTSIDE FACE OF WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 5.BITUMINOUS IMPREGNATED FIBER BOARD TO BE PLACED AT FULL DEPTH OF CONCRETE ADJACENT TO EXISTING STRUCTURES AND BEHIND CURB ADJACENT TO DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. 6.SEE SITE ELECTRICAL PLAN FOR SITE LIGHTING. 7.REFER TO THE GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC, FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A. REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B. GROUNDWATER CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING C. SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION D. PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS E. TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL F. EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS G. FROST PROTECTION SITE NOTES 1.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SITE SIGNAGE AND STRIPING AS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ALL ACCESSIBLE STALLS, LOGOS AND CROSS HATCH LOADING AISLES WITH WHITE OR YELLOW PAVEMENT MARKING PAINT, 4" IN WIDTH. 3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ANY/ALL DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC ARROWS, AS SHOWN, IN WHITE OR YELLOW PAINT. 4.ALL SIGNAGE SHALL INCLUDE POST, CONCRETE FOOTING AND STEEL CASING WHERE REQUIRED. 5.ALL SIGNAGE NOT PROTECTED BY CURB, LOCATED IN PARKING LOT OR OTHER PAVED AREAS TO BE PLACED IN STEEL CASING, FILLED WITH CONCRETE AND PAINTED YELLOW. REFER TO DETAIL(S). 6.ANY/ALL STOP SIGNS TO INCLUDE A 24" WIDE PAINTED STOP BAR IN WHITE PAINT, PLACED AT THE STOP SIGN LOCATION, A MINIMUM OF 4' FROM CROSSWALK IF APPLICABLE. ALL STOP BARS SHALL EXTEND FROM DIRECTIONAL TRANSITION BETWEEN LANES TO CURB. 7.ALL SIGNS TO BE PLACED 18" BEHIND BACK OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SIGNAGE AND STRIPING NOTES CURRENT ZONING: FRD - FUTURE RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED ZONING: RSF - SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED 3 PROPERTY AREA (GROSS): 55.96 ± AC LOT 1, BLOCK 1 47.91 ± AC RIGHT OF WAY AREA: 3.49 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 4.56 ± AC WETLAND AREA: LOT 1 BLOCK 1: 11.94 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 1.64 ± AC BUILDABLE PROPERTY AREA (NET): 35.97 ± AC DISTURBED AREA: 24.98 ± AC EXISTING IMPERVIOUS AREA: 0.21 ± AC* PROPOSED IMPERVIOUS AREA: 9.52 ± AC* *IMPERVIOUS AREAS BASED ON DISTURBED AREA ONLY SITE DATA YARD (BUILDING) SETBACKS: FRONT 50 FT MINIMUM SIDE 25 FT MINIMUM REAR 40 FT MINIMUM OFF-STREET PARKING SETBACKS: FRONT 20 FT MINIMUM SIDE 20 FT MINIMUM REAR 20 FT MINIMUM MINIMUM PARKING LAYOUT DIMENSIONS (90 DEGREE PATTERN): PARKING SPACE WIDTH = 9 FT PARKING SPACE LENGTH = 18.5 FT DRIVE LANE WIDTH = 26 FT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS OFF-STREET PARKING CALCULATIONS ACCESSIBLE PARKING PARKING REQUIRED: ONE SPACE FOR EACH 3 PERMANENT SEATS BASED ON THE DESIGN CAPACITY OF THE MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL (CHURCH) CAPACITY OF MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL = 1,500 SEATS REQUIRED PARKING = 1,500 SEATS / 3 = 500 STALLS TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED = 685 STALLS (INCLUDING ADA STALLS) REQUIRED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS** PROPOSED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS **REQUIRED MINIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSIBLE SPACES FOR 501 TO 1000 STALLS (2% OF TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED) WETLAND 1 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 72,315 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 76,790 SF WETLAND 2 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 30,855 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 34,140 SF WETLAND 3 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 98,900 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 109,270 SF WETLAND 4 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 11,115 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 11,140 SF WETLAND BUFFER DATA 328 SOUTH BIOFILTRATION BASIN HWL:938.64 TOP OF MEDIA:935.5 SOUTH SEDIMENTATION POND HWL:939.98 NWL:937.00 BOTTOM:933.00 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 15 . 0 ' 15 . 0 ' 40 . 9 ' 26 . 0 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' CURBTYP-SEE DETAIL TYPICAL ADA PARKING STALLS TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED ADA PARKING SIGN (3) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED NO PARKING ACCESS AISLE SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL 18 . 5 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 18 18 20 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 11 20 11 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 30'R 30'R 30'R 36'R 200'R 226'R 200'R SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL 50' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 50.0' 20.0' 20 . 0 ' 25 . 0 ' 25' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL FLAT CURB TYP-SEE DETAIL 10' BITUMINOUS TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL 20' TRAIL EASEMENT 10' BITUMINOUS TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL 20' TRAIL EASEMENT 10' BOARDWALK TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL 75'R 65'R 20'R 30'R 210'R 200'R 10.0' 10 . 0 ' 10. 0 ' 20. 0 ' 20 . 0 ' MATCH EXISTING BITUMINOUS TRAIL Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. N SCALE IN FEET 0 40 80 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 SITE PLAN SOUTHEAST 223.CS PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 NOTE: SEE PAVEMENT SECTIONS ON SHEET 250.CD - 253.CD FOR TYPE AND DEPTH INFORMATION. LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT PAVEMENT TYPES PERVIOUS PAVERS WETLAND BUFFER AREA B612 CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) B612 CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) NOTE: SEE CURB & GUTTER DETAILS ON SHEET 253.CD. SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) CURB TYPES 1.ALL PAVING, CONCRETE CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALK SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN PER THE DETAIL SHEET(S) AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 2.ACCESSIBLE PARKING AND ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE PROVIDED PER CURRENT ADA STANDARDS AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 3.ALL CURB DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE TO THE FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4.ALL BUILDING DIMENSIONS ARE TO THE OUTSIDE FACE OF WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 5.BITUMINOUS IMPREGNATED FIBER BOARD TO BE PLACED AT FULL DEPTH OF CONCRETE ADJACENT TO EXISTING STRUCTURES AND BEHIND CURB ADJACENT TO DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. 6.SEE SITE ELECTRICAL PLAN FOR SITE LIGHTING. 7.REFER TO THE GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC, FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A. REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B. GROUNDWATER CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING C. SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION D. PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS E. TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL F. EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS G. FROST PROTECTION SITE NOTES 1.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SITE SIGNAGE AND STRIPING AS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ALL ACCESSIBLE STALLS, LOGOS AND CROSS HATCH LOADING AISLES WITH WHITE OR YELLOW PAVEMENT MARKING PAINT, 4" IN WIDTH. 3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ANY/ALL DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC ARROWS, AS SHOWN, IN WHITE OR YELLOW PAINT. 4.ALL SIGNAGE SHALL INCLUDE POST, CONCRETE FOOTING AND STEEL CASING WHERE REQUIRED. 5.ALL SIGNAGE NOT PROTECTED BY CURB, LOCATED IN PARKING LOT OR OTHER PAVED AREAS TO BE PLACED IN STEEL CASING, FILLED WITH CONCRETE AND PAINTED YELLOW. REFER TO DETAIL(S). 6.ANY/ALL STOP SIGNS TO INCLUDE A 24" WIDE PAINTED STOP BAR IN WHITE PAINT, PLACED AT THE STOP SIGN LOCATION, A MINIMUM OF 4' FROM CROSSWALK IF APPLICABLE. ALL STOP BARS SHALL EXTEND FROM DIRECTIONAL TRANSITION BETWEEN LANES TO CURB. 7.ALL SIGNS TO BE PLACED 18" BEHIND BACK OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SIGNAGE AND STRIPING NOTES CURRENT ZONING: FRD - FUTURE RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED ZONING: RSF - SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED 3 PROPERTY AREA (GROSS): 55.96 ± AC LOT 1, BLOCK 1 47.91 ± AC RIGHT OF WAY AREA: 3.49 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 4.56 ± AC WETLAND AREA: LOT 1 BLOCK 1: 11.94 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 1.64 ± AC BUILDABLE PROPERTY AREA (NET): 35.97 ± AC DISTURBED AREA: 24.98 ± AC EXISTING IMPERVIOUS AREA: 0.21 ± AC* PROPOSED IMPERVIOUS AREA: 9.52 ± AC* *IMPERVIOUS AREAS BASED ON DISTURBED AREA ONLY SITE DATA YARD (BUILDING) SETBACKS: FRONT 50 FT MINIMUM SIDE 25 FT MINIMUM REAR 40 FT MINIMUM OFF-STREET PARKING SETBACKS: FRONT 20 FT MINIMUM SIDE 20 FT MINIMUM REAR 20 FT MINIMUM MINIMUM PARKING LAYOUT DIMENSIONS (90 DEGREE PATTERN): PARKING SPACE WIDTH = 9 FT PARKING SPACE LENGTH = 18.5 FT DRIVE LANE WIDTH = 26 FT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS OFF-STREET PARKING CALCULATIONS ACCESSIBLE PARKING PARKING REQUIRED: ONE SPACE FOR EACH 3 PERMANENT SEATS BASED ON THE DESIGN CAPACITY OF THE MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL (CHURCH) CAPACITY OF MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL = 1,500 SEATS REQUIRED PARKING = 1,500 SEATS / 3 = 500 STALLS TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED = 685 STALLS (INCLUDING ADA STALLS) REQUIRED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS** PROPOSED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS **REQUIRED MINIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSIBLE SPACES FOR 501 TO 1000 STALLS (2% OF TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED) WETLAND 1 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 72,315 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 76,790 SF WETLAND 2 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 30,855 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 34,140 SF WETLAND 3 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 98,900 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 109,270 SF WETLAND 4 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 11,115 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 11,140 SF WETLAND BUFFER DATA 329 SOUTH BIOFILTRATION BASIN HWL:938.64 TOP OF MEDIA:935.5 SOUTHWEST BIOFILTRATION BASIN HWL:944.24 TOP OF MEDIA:941.50 SOUTH SEDIMENTATION POND HWL:939.98 NWL:937.00 BOTTOM:933.00 18 . 5 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 15 . 0 ' 28 . 0 ' 10 . 0 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 9. 0 ' TY P 15 . 0 ' 15 . 0 ' 40 . 9 ' 26 . 0 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' 18 . 5 ' CONCRETE SIDEWALK TYP-SEE DETAIL BOLLARD (18) TYP-SEE DETAIL TYPICAL ADA PARKING STALLS TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL BITUMINOUS TRAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL 8 . 0 ' LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED ADA PARKING SIGN (3) TYP-SEE DETAIL DOUBLE SIDED NO PARKING ACCESS AISLE SIGN (2) TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL B612 CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL CONCRETE PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL 18 . 5 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 37 . 0 ' 26 . 0 ' 9. 0 ' TY P 18 18 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 11 20 11 HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT TYP-SEE DETAIL 10'R 10'R 30'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 5'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 10'R 30'R 30'R 30'R 36'R 200'R 226'R 200'R 28'R 28'R 45'R SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL CURB & GUTTER TYP-SEE DETAIL 20 . 0 ' 25 . 0 ' 25' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 40' BUIDING SETBACK 20' PARKING SETBACK 40. 0 ' 20 . 0 ' SITE LIGHTING-TYP SEE ELECTRICAL PLANS 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER WETLAND BUFFER LOCATION SIGNS TYP-SEE DETAIL MATCH EXISTING CURB & BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT MATCH EXISTING CONCRETE SIDEWALK 10 . 7 ' FLAT CURB TYP-SEE DETAIL 75'R 65'R 10. 0 ' 20. 0 ' Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. N SCALE IN FEET 0 40 80 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 SITE PLAN SOUTHWEST 224.CS PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 NOTE: SEE PAVEMENT SECTIONS ON SHEET 250.CD - 253.CD FOR TYPE AND DEPTH INFORMATION. LIGHT DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALK HEAVY DUTY BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENT PAVEMENT TYPES PERVIOUS PAVERS WETLAND BUFFER AREA B612 CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) B612 CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) FLAT CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) NOTE: SEE CURB & GUTTER DETAILS ON SHEET 253.CD. SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (STANDARD) SURMOUNTABLE CURB & GUTTER (TIP OUT) CURB TYPES 1.ALL PAVING, CONCRETE CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALK SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DETAILS SHOWN PER THE DETAIL SHEET(S) AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 2.ACCESSIBLE PARKING AND ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE PROVIDED PER CURRENT ADA STANDARDS AND APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS. 3.ALL CURB DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE TO THE FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 4.ALL BUILDING DIMENSIONS ARE TO THE OUTSIDE FACE OF WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 5.BITUMINOUS IMPREGNATED FIBER BOARD TO BE PLACED AT FULL DEPTH OF CONCRETE ADJACENT TO EXISTING STRUCTURES AND BEHIND CURB ADJACENT TO DRIVEWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. 6.SEE SITE ELECTRICAL PLAN FOR SITE LIGHTING. 7.REFER TO THE GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC, FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A. REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B. GROUNDWATER CONDITIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING C. SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION D. PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS E. TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL F. EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS G. FROST PROTECTION SITE NOTES 1.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SITE SIGNAGE AND STRIPING AS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN. 2.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ALL ACCESSIBLE STALLS, LOGOS AND CROSS HATCH LOADING AISLES WITH WHITE OR YELLOW PAVEMENT MARKING PAINT, 4" IN WIDTH. 3.CONTRACTOR SHALL PAINT ANY/ALL DIRECTIONAL TRAFFIC ARROWS, AS SHOWN, IN WHITE OR YELLOW PAINT. 4.ALL SIGNAGE SHALL INCLUDE POST, CONCRETE FOOTING AND STEEL CASING WHERE REQUIRED. 5.ALL SIGNAGE NOT PROTECTED BY CURB, LOCATED IN PARKING LOT OR OTHER PAVED AREAS TO BE PLACED IN STEEL CASING, FILLED WITH CONCRETE AND PAINTED YELLOW. REFER TO DETAIL(S). 6.ANY/ALL STOP SIGNS TO INCLUDE A 24" WIDE PAINTED STOP BAR IN WHITE PAINT, PLACED AT THE STOP SIGN LOCATION, A MINIMUM OF 4' FROM CROSSWALK IF APPLICABLE. ALL STOP BARS SHALL EXTEND FROM DIRECTIONAL TRANSITION BETWEEN LANES TO CURB. 7.ALL SIGNS TO BE PLACED 18" BEHIND BACK OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SIGNAGE AND STRIPING NOTES CURRENT ZONING: FRD - FUTURE RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED ZONING: RSF - SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED 3 PROPERTY AREA (GROSS): 55.96 ± AC LOT 1, BLOCK 1 47.91 ± AC RIGHT OF WAY AREA: 3.49 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 4.56 ± AC WETLAND AREA: LOT 1 BLOCK 1: 11.94 ± AC PARKLAND DEDICATION AREA: 1.64 ± AC BUILDABLE PROPERTY AREA (NET): 35.97 ± AC DISTURBED AREA: 24.98 ± AC EXISTING IMPERVIOUS AREA: 0.21 ± AC* PROPOSED IMPERVIOUS AREA: 9.52 ± AC* *IMPERVIOUS AREAS BASED ON DISTURBED AREA ONLY SITE DATA YARD (BUILDING) SETBACKS: FRONT 50 FT MINIMUM SIDE 25 FT MINIMUM REAR 40 FT MINIMUM OFF-STREET PARKING SETBACKS: FRONT 20 FT MINIMUM SIDE 20 FT MINIMUM REAR 20 FT MINIMUM MINIMUM PARKING LAYOUT DIMENSIONS (90 DEGREE PATTERN): PARKING SPACE WIDTH = 9 FT PARKING SPACE LENGTH = 18.5 FT DRIVE LANE WIDTH = 26 FT DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN STANDARDS OFF-STREET PARKING CALCULATIONS ACCESSIBLE PARKING PARKING REQUIRED: ONE SPACE FOR EACH 3 PERMANENT SEATS BASED ON THE DESIGN CAPACITY OF THE MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL (CHURCH) CAPACITY OF MAIN ASSEMBLY HALL = 1,500 SEATS REQUIRED PARKING = 1,500 SEATS / 3 = 500 STALLS TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED = 685 STALLS (INCLUDING ADA STALLS) REQUIRED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS** PROPOSED ACCESSIBLE PARKING = 14 STALLS **REQUIRED MINIMUM NUMBER OF ACCESSIBLE SPACES FOR 501 TO 1000 STALLS (2% OF TOTAL PARKING PROVIDED) WETLAND 1 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 72,315 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 76,790 SF WETLAND 2 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 30,855 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 34,140 SF WETLAND 3 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 98,900 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 109,270 SF WETLAND 4 30' WETLAND BUFFER AREA REQUIRED = 11,115 SF 30' AVERAGE WETLAND BUFFER AREA PROVIDED = 11,140 SF WETLAND BUFFER DATA 330 28.0 ' 11.8' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0'5.8' 3.8' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0' 4.2' 12 ' 14 ' 12 ' 14 ' 61ST AVE N 62ND AVE N 28.0 ' 11.8' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0'5.8' 3.8' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0' 4.2' 12 ' 14 ' 12 ' 14 ' 61ST AVE N 11.8' 11.0' 11.0' 11.0'5.8' 3.8' 12 ' 14 ' 12 ' 14 ' 61ST AVE N CHANKAHDA TRAIL N SCALE IN FEET 0 40 80 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 CONCEPT TRAFFIC STRIPING EXHIBIT 61ST AVENUE NORTH TO 62ND AVENUE NORTH61ST AVENUE NORTH / ACCESS DRIVECHANKAHDA TRAIL TO 61ST AVENUE NORTH 331 N O PA R K I N G NO PA R K I N G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 WETLAND 4 30' BUFFER REQUIRED: 11,115 SF 30' AVG BUFFER PROVIDED: 11,140 SF IMPACTS: 0 SF WETLAND 1 30' BUFFER REQUIRED: 72,315 SF 30' AVG BUFFER PROVIDED: 76,790 SF IMPACTS: 0 SF WETLAND 2 30' BUFFER REQUIRED: 30,855 SF 30' AVG BUFFER PROVIDED: 34,140 SF IMPACTS: 1,690 SF WET DITCH 1 IMPACTS: 0 SF WET DITCH 2 IMPACTS: 145 SF WET DITCH 3 IMPACTS: 340 SF WETLAND 3 30' BUFFER REQUIRED: 98,900 SF 30' AVG BUFFER PROVIDED: 109,180 SF IMPACTS: 13,010 SF 94 5 95 0 94 6 94 7 94 8 94 9 95 1 93 5 9 4 0 93 3 93 4 9 3 6 9 3 7 9 3 8 9 3 9 9 4 1 9 4 2 93 5 93 5 93 5 9 4 0 94 5 9 4 5 95 0 95 0 93 2 932 93 3 93 3 93 4 9 3 4 934 93 6 9 3 6 93 6 93 7 93 8 93 9 9 4 1 9 4 2 9 4 3 94 4 9 4 4 94 6 9 4 6 94 7 9 4 7 94 8 948 94 8 9 4 8 94 9 9 4 9 95 1 951 95 2 95 2 95 2 95 2 94 5 95 0 94 6 94 7 94 8 94 9 951 952 9 3 0 9 3 5 9 4 0 9 4 5 950 9 3 1 9 3 2 9 3 3 9 3 4 9 3 6 9 3 7 9 3 8 9 3 9 9 4 1 9 4 2 9 4 3 9 4 4 9 4 6 9 4 7 9 4 8 9 4 9 9 4 5 94 4 944 944 94 0 93 6 93 7 93 8 93 9 94 194 294 3 94 4 94 5 945 945 95 0 9 5 0 950 9 5 5 94294294394394 4944 9 4 6946 9 4 6 946 946 9 4 7947 947 94 7 9 4 7 94 8 9 4 8 948 94 8 9 4 8 94 9 9 4 9 949 9 4 9 9 4 9 95 1 9 5 2 95 3 9 5 4 95 5 95 6 95 7 9 4 0 9 4 0 9 4 0 9 4 5 94 5 94 5 95 0 955 9 4 1 9 4 1 9 4 1 9 4 2 94 2 9 4 2 9 4 3 94 3 9 4 3 9 4 4 94 4 9 4 4 9 4 6 94 6 94 6 9 4 7 94 7 94 7 94 8 9 4 8 94 894 9 94 9 949 95 1 95 2 953 954956 9 5 0 9 4 7 9 4 8 9 4 9 9 5 1 9 5 2 9 5 5955 955 9 5 3 95395 3 9 5 4 954954 956 957 9 5 1 95 2 950 94 9 9 4 9 9 4 9 951 952 96 0 96 5 95 9 96 1 96 2 96 3 96 4 96 6 95 5 95 1 95 2 95 3 95 4 95 6 95 7 95 8 9 5 5 9 5 3 9 5 4 9 5 6 9 5 2 951 95 2 95 3 94 5 942 943 94 4 94 6 947 947948948 94 0 9 4 0 9 3 6 93 6 9 3 7 93 7 93 8 9 3 8 93 9 9 3 9 943 944 93 5 94 0 9 4 0 93 3 934 93 6 937 93 793 8 93 8 9 3 9 939 935 936 937 93 8 939 95 0 950 9 5 5 95 5 94 9 94 9 95 1 951 9 5 2 952 9 5 3 95 3 9 5 4 95 4 9 5 6 95 6 95 7 9 5 7 9 5 8 960 96 5 957 95 7 958 95 8 959 95 9 961962963 96 4 940 945 95 0 941942 943 944 946 947 948 94 9 95 1 9 4 5 950 9 4 1 9 4 2 9 4 3 94 4 9 4 6 9 4 7 948 949 9 4 5 9 4 4 9 4 6 9 4 7 94 5 94 1 94294 3 94 4 94 6 94 7 9 4 8 9 4 9 94 5 95 0 9 4 4 94 6 94 7 94 8 94 9 95 1 930 930 929931 9 3 1 932 9 3 2 933 9 3 0 92 6 9 2 7 9 2 8 9 2 9 9 3 1 9 3 2 9 3 3 N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 608.829.3701 Madison, WI 53703 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 500 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 GRADING PLAN OVERALL 230.CG Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. NOTE: EXISTING CONDITIONS INFORMATION SHOWN IS FROM AN ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY PREPARED BY LOUCKS, DATED 09/12/2023. PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 1.SPOT ELEVATIONS REPRESENT FINISHED SURFACE GRADES, GUTTER/FLOW LINE, FACE OF BUILDING, OR EDGE OF PAVEMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 2.ALL ACCESSIBLE ROUTES SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED WITH A CROSS SLOPE NOT EXCEEDING 2% AND A RUNNING SLOPE NOT EXCEEDING 5%. 3.AT TURNING POINTS ALONG THE ACCESSIBLE ROUTE THE PAVEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED 2% IN ANY DIRECTION FOR AN AREA 60" IN DIAMETER. 4.ALL PUBLIC SIDEWALKS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED WITH A CROSS SLOPE NOT EXCEEDING 2% AND A RUNNING SLOPE NOT EXCEEDING 5%. 5.CATCH BASINS AND MANHOLES IN PAVED AREAS SHALL BE SUMPED 0.04 FEET. ALL CATCH BASINS IN GUTTERS SHALL BE SUMPED 0.16 FEET. RIM ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON PLANS DO NOT REFLECT SUMPED ELEVATIONS. 6.REFER TO GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A.REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B.GROUNDWATER AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING. C.SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION. D.PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS. E.TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL. F.EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS. G.FROST PROTECTION. 7.EXISTING SOILS ARE ASSUMED TO BE FINE-GRAINED SOILS (SM, SC, CL) PER THE UNIFIED SOIL CLASSIFICATION. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY ENGINEER IF EXISTING CONDITIONS DIFFER FROM ASSUMED SOIL CONDITIONS. 8.GRADING, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL, OF THE INFILTRATION AREA(S) SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED USING LOW-IMPACT EARTH-MOVING EQUIPMENT TO PREVENT COMPACTION OF THE UNDERLYING SOILS. SMALL TRACKED DOZERS AND BOBCATS WITH RUNNER TRACKS ARE RECOMMENDED. NO WHEELED MACHINES SHALL BE USED. 9.SOIL BENEATH THE INFILTRATION AREA(S) SHALL BE RIPPED WITH A TOOTHED BUCKET TO REMOVE SOIL INTERFACE PRIOR TO BACKFILL. 10.A FLOOD TEST OR DOUBLE RING INFILTROMETER TEST SHALL BE COMPLETED FOR THE BIOFILTRATION SYSTEM TO VERIFY INFILTRATION RATES ARE WITHIN THE ACCEPTABLE RANGE OF 1.53 IN/HR TO 1.63 IN/HR. 11.CITY AND WATERSHED SHALL BE NOTIFIED AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER BMPS. 12.ALL DISTURBED UNPAVED AREAS ARE TO RECEIVE MINIMUM OF 4 INCHES OF TOP SOIL AND SEED/MULCH OR SOD. THESE AREAS SHALL BE WATERED/MAINTAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR UNTIL VEGETATION IS ESTABLISHED. REFER TO THE LANDSCAPE PLANS, DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR FINAL SITE STABILIZATION. 13.FOR SITE RETAINING WALLS "TW" EQUALS SURFACE GRADE AT TOP FACE OF WALL (NOT TOP OF WALL), "GW" EQUALS SURFACE GRADE AT WALL GRADE TRANSITION, AND "BW" EQUALS SURFACE GRADE AT BOTTOM FACE OF WALL (NOT BOTTOM OF BURIED WALL COURSES). 14.FOR SITE STAIRS, "TS" EQUALS SURFACE ELEVATION AT TOP OF STAIRS AND "BS" EQUALS SURFACE ELEVATION AT BOTTOM OF STAIRS. REFER TO SITE PLAN FOR NUMBER OF RISERS AND RISER HEIGHT. 15.STREETS MUST BE CLEANED AND SWEPT WHENEVER TRACKING OF SEDIMENTS OCCURS AND BEFORE SITES ARE LEFT IDLE FOR WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS. A REGULAR SWEEPING SCHEDULE MUST BE ESTABLISHED. 16.DUST MUST BE ADEQUATELY CONTROLLED. 17.SEE SWPPP FOR ADDITIONAL EROSION CONTROL NOTES AND REQUIREMENTS. 18.SEE UTILITY PLAN FOR WATERMAIN, STORM SEWER, AND SANITARY SEWER INFORMATION. 19.SEE SITE PLAN FOR CURB AND BITUMINOUS TAPER LOCATIONS. 20.REFERENCE ARCHITECTURAL AND STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR BUILDING ELEVATIONS. 21.THE CONTRACTOR ALONG WITH THE OWNER SHALL OBTAIN ALL NECESSARY PERMITS AND APPROVALS FROM GOVERNING AUTHORITIES, INCLUDING ANY CITY PERMITS AND THE NPDES PERMIT. 22.INSTALL EROSION CONTROL AND TREE PROTECTION MEASURES BEFORE BEGINNING SITE GRADING ACTIVITIES. SOME EROSION CONTROLS SUCH AS BALE CHECKS AND TEMPORARY SILT PONDS MAY BE INSTALLED AS GRADING OCCURS IN SPECIFIC AREAS. MAINTAIN EROSION CONTROLS THROUGHOUT THE GRADING PROCESS AND REMOVE WHEN TURF HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED. 23.PER NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM/STATE DISPOSAL SYSTEM (NPDES/SDS) REQUIREMENTS, THE WASHOUT AND CLEANOUT OF STUCCO, PAINT, CONCRETE, FORM RELEASE OILS, CURING COMPOUNDS, AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS SHALL BE PROPERLY CONTAINED AND DISPOSED OF. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING AND USING APPROVED METHODS OF CONTAINMENT SUCH AS PRE-FABRICATED WASHOUT CONTAINERS, CONCRETE WASHOUT TOTE, READY MIX TRUCKS WITH SELF-CONTAINED CHUTE CLEANOUT, ETC. 24.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AS-BUILT INFORMATION OF GRADING ACTIVITIES AS NEEDED PER APPLICABLE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND/OR DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS. GRADING, DRAINAGE & EROSION CONTROL NOTES 332 35995 BLD B 939.67 35996 BLD 938.76 35997 BLD 937.07 35998 BLD 938.51 35999 BLD 936.68 36000 BLD 936.25 36001 BLD E 937.42 36002 BLD E J35995 938.20 20029 BLD E 945.27 20050 STEP B 946.05 20051 STEP E 946.06 20053 BLD B 945.50 20072 BLD E 945.00 20073 BLD E 945.12 20082 BLD E J20029 945.23 20091 BLD B 943.5920092 BLD 943.68 20093 BLD E 943.27 20105 BLD E J20072 J20082 945.24 20112 SEP 945.17 20113 SEP 945.2320120 STEP B 945.87 20121 STEP 945.91 20122 STEP E 945.85 35995 BLD B 939.67 35996 BLD 938.76 35997 BLD 937.07 35998 BLD 938.51 35999 BLD 936.68 36000 BLD 936.25 36001 BLD E 937.42 36002 BLD E J35995 938.20 20029 BLD E 945.27 20050 STEP B 946.05 20051 STEP E 946.06 20053 BLD B 945.50 20072 BLD E 945.00 20073 BLD E 945.12 20082 BLD E J20029 945.23 20091 BLD B 943.5920092 BLD 943.68 20093 BLD E 943.27 20105 BLD E J20072 J20082 945.24 20112 SEP 945.17 20113 SEP 945.2320120 STEP B 945.87 20121 STEP 945.91 20122 STEP E 945.85 N O PA R K I N G NO PA R K I N G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15025 15033 15052 15066 15083 15086 15090 15091 15125 15140 15168 15194 15214 15220 15241 35655 40135 40171 40180 40326 40327 45034 45057 45113 STRUCT. CB CB CB CB CB BEE STMH CB CB CB CB CB STMH CB CB STMH CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB RIM 940.24 940.04 939.60 933.78 932.52 930.38 931.78 932.17 928.17 925.93 926.07 929.05 930.94 933.75 939.64 933.27 940.83 939.94 940.12 925.65 925.84 946.69 945.02 940.56 INVERT(S) 934.82 933.84 933.64 933.46 929.39 923.80 920.73 922.06 925.22 926.74 928.67 928.64 928.56 932.80 931.33 931.29 922.03 936.57 936.28 936.24 934.16 933.56 921.15 921.40 942.81 941.14 936.75 DIRECTION NE N;S E N S E N S S N S E;N STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 45135 45160 45191 45199 45219 45249 45276 45926 45949 46009 46019 46076 46098 46291 46317 46398 46441 46471 46489 46495 STRUCT. CB CB CB STMH CB CB STMH OCS STMH CB CB BEE YD BEE BEE BEE BEE BEE STMH BEE RIM 937.83 936.29 931.74 932.56 934.10 939.39 941.92 928.14 950.64 957.80 957.68 957.54 961.76 948.26 946.12 930.84 929.52 930.32 949.22 950.34 INVERT(S) 934.09 932.61 927.18 926.18 925.85 925.84 930.87 934.01 920.88 927.47 925.55 924.10 923.14 921.82 943.07 952.65 953.08 952.93 953.79 944.86 944.76 943.11 942.33 942.26 929.16 927.12 925.42 925.09 926.42 926.29 945.14 944.82 946.03 945.97 DIRECTION W S N TOP OF WEIR ORIFICE W NE SUMP N S W E NW W N E E W N W E N W N S SANITARY SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15213 40196 STRUCT. SMH SMH RIM 931.24 940.80 INVERT(S) 902.78 DIRECTION STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15025 15033 15052 15066 15083 15086 15090 15091 15125 15140 15168 15194 15214 15220 15241 35655 40135 40171 40180 40326 40327 45034 45057 45113 STRUCT. CB CB CB CB CB BEE STMH CB CB CB CB CB STMH CB CB STMH CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB RIM 940.24 940.04 939.60 933.78 932.52 930.38 931.78 932.17 928.17 925.93 926.07 929.05 930.94 933.75 939.64 933.27 940.83 939.94 940.12 925.65 925.84 946.69 945.02 940.56 INVERT(S) 934.82 933.84 933.64 933.46 929.39 923.80 920.73 922.06 925.22 926.74 928.67 928.64 928.56 932.80 931.33 931.29 922.03 936.57 936.28 936.24 934.16 933.56 921.15 921.40 942.81 941.14 936.75 DIRECTION NE N;S E N S E N S S N S E;N STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 45135 45160 45191 45199 45219 45249 45276 45926 45949 46009 46019 46076 46098 46291 46317 46398 46441 46471 46489 46495 STRUCT. CB CB CB STMH CB CB STMH OCS STMH CB CB BEE YD BEE BEE BEE BEE BEE STMH BEE RIM 937.83 936.29 931.74 932.56 934.10 939.39 941.92 928.14 950.64 957.80 957.68 957.54 961.76 948.26 946.12 930.84 929.52 930.32 949.22 950.34 INVERT(S) 934.09 932.61 927.18 926.18 925.85 925.84 930.87 934.01 920.88 927.47 925.55 924.10 923.14 921.82 943.07 952.65 953.08 952.93 953.79 944.86 944.76 943.11 942.33 942.26 929.16 927.12 925.42 925.09 926.42 926.29 945.14 944.82 946.03 945.97 DIRECTION W S N TOP OF WEIR ORIFICE W NE SUMP N S W E NW W N E E W N W E N W N S SANITARY SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15213 40196 STRUCT. SMH SMH RIM 931.24 940.80 INVERT(S) 902.78 DIRECTION N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 608.829.3701 Madison, WI 53703 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 500 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 UTILITY PLAN OVERALL 240.CU Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. NOTE: EXISTING CONDITIONS INFORMATION SHOWN IS FROM AN ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY PREPARED BY LOUCKS, DATED 09/12/2023. PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 SANITARY SEWER & WATERMAIN NOTES 1.ALL SANITARY SEWER AND WATERMAIN UTILITIES SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SPECIFICATIONS,THE MINNESOTA PLUMBING CODE, THE LOCAL GOVERNING UNIT, AND THE STANDARD UTILITIES SPECIFICATION OF THE CITY ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA (CEAM), CURRENT EDITION. 2.ALL UTILITY PIPE BEDDING SHALL BE COMPACTED SAND OR FINE GRANULAR MATERIAL. ALL COMPACTION SHALL BE PERFORMED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CEAM SPECIFICATION AND THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. 3.ALL CONNECTIONS TO EXISTING UTILITIES SHALL BE PERFORMED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE AND LOCAL JURISDICTIONS. THE CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING AND BUILDING INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT AND THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER MUST BE NOTIFIED AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ANY WORK WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY, OR WORK IMPACTING PUBLIC UTILITIES. 4.ALL SITE UTILITY SERVICES SHALL TERMINATE 5' FROM THE EXTERIOR BUILDING WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. THE SITE UTILITY CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR, MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER TO DETERMINE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF BRINGING THE SERVICE(S) INTO THE BUILDING, INSPECTIONS AND TESTING PER APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCIES. 5.ALL NEW WATERMAIN AND SERVICES MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 8.0 FEET OF COVER. EXTRA DEPTH MAY BE REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 18" VERTICAL SEPARATION TO SANITARY OR STORM SEWER LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FIELD ADJUST WATERMAIN TO AVOID CONFLICTS WITH SANITARY SEWER, STORM SEWER, AND SERVICES AS REQUIRED. INSULATION OF WATERMAIN AND SANITARY SEWER LINES SHALL BE PROVIDED WHERE 8.0 FEET MINIMUM DEPTH CAN NOT BE ATTAINED. 6.PER MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS, A MINIMUM OF 18 INCHES OF VERTICAL SEPARATION AND 10 FEET OF HORIZONTAL SEPARATION IS REQUIRED FROM WATERMAIN TO ANY MANHOLE, SEPTIC SYSTEM, CATCH BASIN, SEWER PIPE, OR OTHER SOURCE OF CONTAMINATION, MEASURED FROM THE OUTER EDGE OF THE PIPE TO THE OUTER EDGE OF THE CONTAMINATION SOURCE UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. 7.CONTRACTOR TO SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS OF SANITARY STRUCTURE(S) AND UNDERGROUND SYSTEM(S) FOR ENGINEER'S REVIEW. 8.ALL FIRE HYDRANTS SHALL BE LOCATED 5 FEET BEHIND BACK OF CURB OR EDGE OF PAVEMENT UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 9.HYDRANT USE: CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE TO NOTIFY PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT WHEN THEY NEED TO USE A HYDRANT; ONLY PRE-AUTHORIZED HYDRANTS WILL BE USED. HYDRANTS TO BE OPERATED ONLY WITH PROPER EQUIPMENT SUCH AS A HYDRANT NUT WRENCH, NOT A PIPE WRENCH, HYDRANT METER IS AVAILABLE FROM PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT. ANY TRUCK, ETC. FILLED FROM A HYDRANT MUST BE METERED, MUST HAVE PHYSICAL BREAK OR BACK-FLOW PREVENTER APPROVED BY PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT. ALSO APPLIES TO SUBCONTRACTORS. 10.OPERATING VALVES FOR TURNING WATER MAIN ON/OFF: PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT WILL OPERATE ALL VALVES AND FILL ALL WATER MAINS (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE). CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE AT LEAST 24 HOURS NOTICE TO HAVE WATER SHUT OFF AND SHALL NOTIFY IN WRITING, ALL AFFECTED CUSTOMERS AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE BEFORE SHUT OFF; ATTACH TO DOOR, ETC., NOT IN MAILBOXES. 11.TEMPORARY SERVICE: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE TEMPORARY SERVICE IF SERVICE CANNOT BE RESTORED SAME DAY. IF USING HYDRANT FOR TEMPORARY SERVICE, NOTIFY PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT AND USE ONLY PRE-APPROVED HYDRANT AND SUPPLIED HYDRO METER WITH BACK FLOW. THE CONTRACTOR'S TEMPORARY MAIN SHALL BE DISINFECTED, FLUSHED AND BACTERIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS SHOWN NEGATIVE PRIOR TO PUTTING THE TEMPORARY SYSTEM IN SERVICE. THE TEMPORARY WATER SYSTEM SHALL BE IN PLACE PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT SHUTTING OFF ANY WATER MAINS. 12.REFER TO GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A.REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B.GROUNDWATER AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING. C.SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION. D.PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS. E.TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL. F.EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS. G.FROST PROTECTION. 13.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AS-BUILT INFORMATION OF CONSTRUCTED UTILITIES (RECOMMENDED PRIOR TO BACKFILLING) PER APPLICABLE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND/OR DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS. 14.ALL UNUSED UTILITY SERVICES SHALL BE ABANDONED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCIES. 15.THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ALL REQUIRED UTILITY PERMITS FROM THE APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCIES. STORM SEWER NOTES 1.ALL STORM SEWER SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SPECIFICATIONS,THE MINNESOTA PLUMBING CODE, THE LOCAL GOVERNING UNIT, AND THE STANDARD UTILITIES SPECIFICATION OF THE CITY ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA (CEAM), CURRENT EDITION. 2.ALL UTILITY PIPE BEDDING SHALL BE COMPACTED SAND OR FINE GRANULAR MATERIAL. ALL COMPACTION SHALL BE PERFORMED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CEAM SPECIFICATION AND THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT. 3.ALL CONNECTIONS TO EXISTING UTILITIES SHALL BE PERFORMED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE AND LOCAL JURISDICTIONS. THE CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING AND BUILDING INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT AND THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER MUST BE NOTIFIED AT LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ANY WORK WITHIN THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY, OR WORK IMPACTING PUBLIC UTILITIES. 4.ALL SITE UTILITY SERVICES SHALL TERMINATE 5' FROM THE EXTERIOR BUILDING WALL UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. THE SITE UTILITY CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR, MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER TO DETERMINE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF BRINGING THE SERVICE(S) INTO THE BUILDING, INSPECTIONS AND TESTING PER APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCIES. 6.PER MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS, A MINIMUM OF 18 INCHES OF VERTICAL SEPARATION AND 10 FEET OF HORIZONTAL SEPARATION IS REQUIRED FROM WATERMAIN TO ANY MANHOLE, SEPTIC SYSTEM, CATCH BASIN, SEWER PIPE, OR OTHER SOURCE OF CONTAMINATION, MEASURED FROM THE OUTER EDGE OF THE PIPE TO THE OUTER EDGE OF THE CONTAMINATION SOURCE UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN. 7.ALL STORM SEWER DOWNSPOUT COLLECTION PIPES AND WYES SHALL BE PVC (SCHEDULE 40). 8.CONTRACTOR TO SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS OF STORM STRUCTURE(S) AND UNDERGROUND SYSTEM(S) FOR ENGINEER'S REVIEW. 9.CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY UNDERLYING SOILS BENEATH ALL STORMWATER FACILITIES, AND PROVIDE DOCUMENTATION TO THE ENGINEER, PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION OF THE FACILITIES. 10.ALL PORTIONS OF THE STORM SEWER SYSTEM, INCLUDING CATCH BASINS, LOCATED WITHIN 10 FEET OF THE BUILDING OR WATER SERVICE LINE MUST BE TESTED ACCORDANCE WITH MINNESOTA RULES, PART 4714. 11.REFER TO GEOTECHNICAL EVALUATION REPORT AS PREPARED BY BRAUN INTERTEC FOR AN EXISTING SUBSURFACE SITE CONDITION ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: A.REUSE OF ON-SITE SOILS B.GROUNDWATER AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXCAVATION DEWATERING. C.SITE GRADING AND SUBGRADE PREPARATION. D.PAVEMENTS AND EXTERIOR SLABS. E.TRENCH EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL. F.EXTERIOR UTILITY SUPPORTS. G.FROST PROTECTION. 12.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AS-BUILT INFORMATION OF CONSTRUCTED STORMWATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS & ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE (RECOMMENDED PRIOR TO BACKFILLING) PER APPLICABLE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND/OR DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS. 13.ALL UNUSED UTILITY SERVICES SHALL BE ABANDONED PER THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCIES. 14.THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ALL REQUIRED UTILITY PERMITS FROM THE APPLICABLE GOVERNING AGENCIES. 333 N O PA R K I N G N O PA R K I N G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 EXISTING TREE STAND TO REMAIN TYP. EXISTING TREE STAND TO REMAIN TYP.EXISTING TREE STAND TO REMAIN TYP. PROTECT EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN EXISTING TREE STAND TO REMAIN TYP. PROTECT EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 608.829.3701 Madison, WI 53703 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 500 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Landscape Architect under the laws of the State of Minnesota 08/31/2023 52050 Nathan Ekhoff - LA NWE/KVK EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 TREE INVENTORY OVERALL 260.TI Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. TREE PRESERVATION CALCULATIONS: TOTAL TREES:233 SIGNIFICANT TREES TOTAL CALIPER INCHES: 3,838 CALIPER INCHES REMOVAL THRESHOLD 75% (NON-RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS MAY REMOVE OR DISTURB UP TO 75 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL INCHES OF SIGNIFICANT TREES. ANY REMOVAL OR DISTURBANCE BEYOND THIS THRESHOLD SHALL REQUIRE REFORESTATION OR RESTITUTION.) INCHES PERMITTED TO BE REMOVED 2,878 CALIPER INCHES PROPOSED SIGNIFICANT TREES REMOVED: 45 CALIPER INCHES TREE SYMBOL LEGEND AND NOTES: EXISTING SIGNIFICANT TREES TO REMAIN (SEE 261.TI TREE INVENTORY SCHEDULE) EXISTING SIGNIFICANT TREES REMOVED (SEE 261.TI TREE INVENTORY SCHEDULE) 4' - 0 " EXISTING GRADE TREE PROTECTION NOTE: INSTALL SNOW FENCE AROUND EACH TREE TO BE PROTECTED PRIOR TO GRADING. FENCE SHALL BE PLACED AT THE DRIP EDGE OR CRITICAL ROOT ZONES OF THE TREES. FENCING SHALL BE NO CLOSER THAN 6' TO THE TRUNK OF ANY TREE TO BE PROTECTED. THE PERIMETERS FOR TREES BEING PROTECTED SHALL BE DESIGNATED AT ALL TIMES DURING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AND SIGNAGE SHALL BE INSTALLED AT ALL TREE PROTECTION AREAS THAT INSTRUCTS WORKERS TO STAY OUT. CONTRACTOR SHALL AVOID ALL AREAS WITHIN TREE PROTECTION FENCE. SOIL SHOULD BE PROTECTED FROM EROSION AND CHANGES IN CHEMISTRY FROM CONCRETE OR TOXIC MATERIALS SUCH AS FUELS AND PAINTS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL HAVE "TREE PAINT" ON SITE AT ALL TIMES. IF AN OAK IS WOUNDED DURING CONSTRUCTION, THE CONTRACTOR MUST IMMEDIATELY APPLY PAINT TO THE WOUND IN ORDER TO PREVENT OAK WILT. ALL DAMAGE TO TREES TO BE PROTECTED SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE OWNER AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. DR I P E D G E O F T R E E 2" X 4" WOOD STAKE, POSITIONED AS NOTED. STRING 4' HIGH, ORANGE POLYETHYLENE LAMINAR SAFETY NETTING BETWEEN WOOD STAKES PLACED 5' ON CENTER AND PLACED BETWEEN TREE PROTECTION AND DISTURBED AREAS. DR I P E D G E O F T R E E EXISTING TREE TO REMAIN TREE PROTECTION 1/4" = 1'-0"PROJ-22661-08 1 334 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 608.829.3701 Madison, WI 53703 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 500 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Landscape Architect under the laws of the State of Minnesota 08/31/2023 52050 Nathan Ekhoff - LA NWE/KVK EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 TREE INVENTORY SCHEDULE 261.TI 6001 SPRUCE, WHITE 12.5 IN IN 1 SIGNIFICANT 6002 WALNUT 14.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6003 BOXELDER 8.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6004 BOXELDER 13.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6005 ELM, RED 35.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6006 PINE, SCOTS 7.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6007 BOXELDER 20.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6008 PINE, SCOTS 8.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6009 OAK, BUR 21.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6010 MAPLE, SILVER 27.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6011 MAPLE, SILVER 29.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6012 WALNUT 32.5 IN GOOD 3 SIGNIFICANT 6013 WALNUT 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6014 WALNUT 12.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6015 WALNUT 16.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6016 WALNUT 13.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6017 WALNUT 12.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6018 WALNUT 17.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6019 REDCEDAR 9.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6020 REDCEDAR 11.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6021 REDCEDAR 13.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6022 REDCEDAR 43.0 IN GOOD 6 SIGNIFICANT 6023 MAPLE, SILVER 18.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6024 MAPLE, SILVER 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6025 BOXELDER 13.0 IN GOOD 2 SIGNIFICANT 6026 BOXELDER 11.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6027 BOXELDER 24.0 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6028 BOXELDER 9.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6029 BOXELDER 14.5 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6030 BOXELDER 15.5 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6031 ELM, AMERICAN 12.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6032 BOXELDER 14.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6033 BOXELDER 12.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6034 BOXELDER 12.5 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6035 BOXELDER 28.0 IN FAIR 5 SIGNIFICANT 6036 BOXELDER 17.5 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6037 BOXELDER 12.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6038 BOXELDER 9.5 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6039 BOXELDER 20.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6040 BOXELDER 18.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6041 BOXELDER 17.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6042 BOXELDER 10.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6043 BOXELDER 15.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6044 REDCEDAR 10.5 IN GOOD 2 SIGNIFICANT 6045 BOXELDER 16.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6046 BOXELDER 25.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6047 BOXELDER 12.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6048 BOXELDER 10.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6049 BOXELDER 13.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6050 BOXELDER 8.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6051 DOUGLASFIR 10.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6052 BOXELDER 10.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6053 BOXELDER 35.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6054 ELM, AMERICAN 13.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6055 BOXELDER 18.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6056 BOXELDER 27.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6057 BOXELDER 45.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6058 BOXELDER 40.0 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6059 BOXELDER 14.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6060 BOXELDER 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6061 BOXELDER 13.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6062 BOXELDER 26.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6063 BOXELDER 28.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6064 BOXELDER 70.0 IN FAIR 7 SIGNIFICANT 6065 BOXELDER 3.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6066 ELM, SIBERIAN 8.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6067 BOXELDER 31.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6068 BOXELDER 33.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6069 ELM, AMERICAN 10.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6070 ELM, AMERICAN 9.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6071 OAK, BUR 30.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6072 ELM, AMERICAN 12.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6073 BOXELDER 14.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6074 ELM, AMERICAN 10.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6075 BOXELDER 31.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6076 BOXELDER 13.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6077 BOXELDER 20.5 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6078 BOXELDER 11.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6079 BOXELDER 30.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6080 BOXELDER 21.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6081 BOXELDER 27.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6082 OAK, BUR 34.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6083 BOXELDER 28.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6084 BOXELDER 95.0 IN FAIR 9 SIGNIFICANT 6085 BOXELDER 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6086 BOXELDER 24.0 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6087 BOXELDER 43.0 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6088 ELM, AMERICAN 9.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6089 BOXELDER 12.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6090 OAK, BUR 21.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6091 BOXELDER 22.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6092 BOXELDER 8.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6093 ELM, AMERICAN 12.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6094 COTTONWOOD 11.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6095 COTTONWOOD 10.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT X 6096 COTTONWOOD 10.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT X 6097 WILLOW 11.5 IN GOOD 2 SIGNIFICANT X 6098 COTTONWOOD 10.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT X 6099 BOXELDER 13.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6100 BOXELDER 24.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6101 BOXELDER 18.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6102 BOXELDER 33.0 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6103 ELM, AMERICAN 17.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6104 BOXELDER 14.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6105 BOXELDER 12.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6106 ELM, AMERICAN 17.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6107 ELM, AMERICAN 8.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6108 BOXELDER 22.5 IN FAIR 3 SIGNIFICANT 6109 BOXELDER 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6110 BOXELDER 14.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6111 BOXELDER 16.5 IN GOOD 2 SIGNIFICANT 6112 BOXELDER 9.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6113 BOXELDER 14.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6114 BOXELDER 13.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6115 BOXELDER 38.0 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6116 BOXELDER 9.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6117 BOXELDER 9.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6118 BOXELDER 23.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6119 WILLOW 8.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6120 WILLOW 8.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6121 WILLOW 35.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6122 BOXELDER 13.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6123 BOXELDER 12.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6124 BOXELDER 10.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6125 BOXELDER 26.0 IN FAIR 2 SIGNIFICANT 6126 MAPLE, SILVER 8.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6127 OAK, BUR 85.0 IN GOOD 3 SIGNIFICANT 6128 SPRUCE, BLUE 4.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6129 SPRUCE, WHITE 5.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6130 SPRUCE, BLUE 6.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6131 SPRUCE, WHITE 4.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6132 COTTONWOOD 21.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6133 COTTONWOOD 31.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6134 SPRUCE, BLUE 6.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6135 COTTONWOOD 29.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6136 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6137 COTTONWOOD 23.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6138 SPRUCE, BLUE 7.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6139 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6140 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6141 SPRUCE, BLUE 8.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6142 COTTONWOOD 29.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6143 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6144 SPRUCE, BLUE 8.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6145 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6146 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6147 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6148 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6149 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6150 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6151 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6152 SPRUCE, BLUE 15.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6153 SPRUCE, BLUE 13.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6154 MAPLE, SUGAR 20.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6155 CRABAPPLE 9.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6156 ARBORVITAE 24.0 IN GOOD 4 SIGNIFICANT 6157 ARBORVITAE 26.0 IN GOOD 7 SIGNIFICANT 6158 MAPLE, SILVER 32.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6159 OAK, BUR 12.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6160 MAPLE, SILVER 36.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6161 OAK, BUR 11.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6162 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6163 SPRUCE, BLUE 13.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6164 SPRUCE, BLUE 13.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6165 SPRUCE, BLUE 7.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6166 SPRUCE, BLUE 13.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6167 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6168 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6169 SPRUCE, BLUE 14.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6170 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6171 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6172 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6173 REDCEDAR 4.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6174 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6175 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6176 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6177 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6178 SPRUCE, BLUE 13.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6179 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6180 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6181 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6182 HONEYLOCUST 28.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6183 ASH, GREEN 27.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6184 ARBORVITAE 22.0 IN FAIR 6 SIGNIFICANT 6185 ARBORVITAE 20.0 IN FAIR 4 SIGNIFICANT 6186 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6187 ASH, GREEN 25.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6188 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6189 ARBORVITAE 26.0 IN GOOD 4 SIGNIFICANT 6190 ASH, GREEN 11.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6191 SPRUCE, BLUE 14.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6192 SPRUCE, NORWAY 21.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6193 SPRUCE, BLUE 14.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6194 ARBORVITAE 24.0 IN GOOD 3 SIGNIFICANT 6195 MAPLE, SILVER 25.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6196 MAPLE, SILVER 18.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6197 MAPLE, SILVER 23.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6198 MAPLE, SILVER 19.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6199 MAPLE, SILVER 23.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6200 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6201 SPRUCE, BLUE 12.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6202 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6203 SPRUCE, BLUE 8.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6204 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6205 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6206 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6207 SPRUCE, BLUE 13.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6208 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6209 SPRUCE, BLUE 15.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6210 SPRUCE, BLUE 7.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6211 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6212 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6213 SPRUCE, BLUE 8.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6214 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6215 SPRUCE, BLUE 8.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6216 SPRUCE, BLUE 8.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6217 SPRUCE, BLUE 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6218 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6219 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6220 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6221 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6222 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6223 SPRUCE, BLUE 10.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6224 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6225 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6226 SPRUCE, BLUE 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6227 COTTONWOOD 18.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6228 WILLOW 9.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6229 WILLOW 10.0 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6230 WILLOW 11.5 IN FAIR 1 SIGNIFICANT 6231 WALNUT 12.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6232 WALNUT 14.5 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT 6233 HONEYLOCUST 23.0 IN GOOD 1 SIGNIFICANT POINT SPECIES DBH CONDITION STEMS CLASSIFICATION REMOVED REMAIN POINT SPECIES DBH CONDITION STEMS CLASSIFICATION REMOVED REMAIN POINT SPECIES DBH CONDITION STEMS CLASSIFICATION REMOVED REMAIN POINT SPECIES DBH CONDITION STEMS CLASSIFICATION REMOVED REMAIN SEE 260.TI FOR TREE LOCATIONS 335 2,437,692± SF 55,781± SF 2,437,692± SF 55,781± SF NO PA R K I N G N O PA R K I N G 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 CONVERT EXISTING TURF AREA REMOVE EXISTING TURF AND SEED AS SPECIFIED PROTECT EXISTING TREES LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) LIMITS OF IRRIGATION (TYP.) DECIDUOUS TREES QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT. SGM 21 ACER FREEMANII `SIENNA GLEN` / SIENNA GLEN MAPLE B & B 2.5"CAL SKH 18 GLEDITSIA TRIACANTHOS `SKYCOLE` / SKYLINE HONEYLOCUST B & B 2.5"CAL QB 14 QUERCUS BICOLOR / SWAMP WHITE OAK B & B 2.5"CAL NP 3 QUERCUS ELLIPSOIDALIS / NORTHERN PIN OAK B & B 2.5"CAL RL 9 TILIA AMERICANA `REDMOND` / REDMOND LINDEN B & B 2.5"CAL AE 27 ULMUS `MORTON` / ACCOLADE ELM B & B 2.5"CAL EVERGREEN TREES QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT. WHP 16 PINUS STROBUS / WHITE PINE FULL FORM B & B 6` MIN. HGT. SHRUBS QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING INH 24 HYDRANGEA ARBORESCENS `INCREDIBALL` / INCREDIBALL HYDRANGEA 5 GAL 24" HGT 60" o.c. GF 88 RHUS AROMATICA `GRO-LOW` / GRO-LOW FRAGRANT SUMAC 5 GAL 24" SPRD 48" o.c. PERENNIALS QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING WC 188 NEPETA X FAASSENII `WALKERS LOW` / WALKERS LOW CATMINT 1 GAL 24" o.c. PA2 46 PEROVSKIA ABROTANOIDES / RUSSIAN SAGE 5 GAL CONT.30" o.c. CONIFEROUS SHRUBS QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING ARJ 68 JUNIPERUS SABINA `ARCADIA` / ARCADIA JUNIPER 5 GAL 18" SPRD 60" o.c. GRASSES QTY BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING FG 241 CALAMAGROSTIS X ACUTIFLORA `KARL FOERSTER` / FEATHER REED GRASS 1 GAL 24" o.c. NSG 38 PANICUM VIRGATUM `NORTH WIND` / NORTHWIND SWITCH GRASS 1 GAL 36" o.c. SH 35 SPOROBOLUS HETEROLEPIS / PRAIRIE DROPSEED 1 GAL 24" o.c. GROUND COVERS CODE BOTANICAL / COMMON NAME SIZE CONT.SPACING SD-01 NATIVE SEED MIX DRY PRAIRIE SEED MIX - BWSR SEED MIX #35-621. SEED SUPPLIER TO PROVIDE LIST OF ADDED FORBS TO BE REVIEWED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. APPLY PER MNDOT MANUAL RECOMMENDATIONS. REFER TO SPEC SECTION 32-9219 SEED SOD TURF SOD SOD SD-02 WETLAND SEED MIX RIPARIAN SOUTH AND WEST SEED MIX - BWSR SEED MIX #34-262 SEED SUPPLIER TO PROVIDE LIST OF ADDED FORBS TO BE REVIEWED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. APPLY PER MNDOT MANUAL RECOMMENDATIONS. REFER TO SPEC SECTION 32-9219. SEED PLANT SCHEDULE N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 608.829.3701 Madison, WI 53703 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 500 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Landscape Architect under the laws of the State of Minnesota 08/31/2023 52050 Nathan Ekhoff - LA NWE/KVK EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 LANDSCAPE PLAN OVERALL 270.LP Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. GENERAL NOTES: CONTRACTOR SHALL VISIT SITE PRIOR TO SUBMITTING BID. HE SHALL INSPECT SITE AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH EXISTING CONDITIONS RELATING TO THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK. VERIFY LAYOUT AND ANY DIMENSIONS SHOWN AND BRING TO THE ATTENTION OF THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT ANY DISCREPANCIES WHICH MAY COMPROMISE THE DESIGN AND / OR INTENT OF THE PROJECT'S LAYOUT. ASSURE COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE WORK OR MATERIALS SUPPLIED. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT ALL EXISTING ROADS, CURBS / GUTTERS, TRAILS, TREES, LAWNS AND SITE ELEMENTS DURING PLANTING OPERATIONS. ANY DAMAGE TO SAME SHALL BE REPAIRED AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALIGNMENT AND LOCATION OF ALL UNDERGROUND AND ABOVE GRADE UTILITIES. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY PROTECTION FOR THE UTILITIES BEFORE CONSTRUCTION / MATERIAL INSTALLATION BEGINS. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY GENERAL CONTRACTOR OF ANY CONCERNS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF PLANTINGS. EXISTING CONTOURS, TRAILS, VEGETATION, CURB / GUTTER AND OTHER EXISTING ELEMENTS BASED UPON INFORMATION SUPPLIED TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT BY OTHERS. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ANY AND ALL DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION AND NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF SAME. THE ALIGNMENT AND GRADES OF THE PROPOSED WALKS, TRAILS AND / OR ROADWAYS ARE SUBJECT TO FIELD ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED TO CONFORM TO LOCALIZED TOPOGRAPHIC CONDITIONS AND TO MINIMIZE TREE REMOVAL AND GRADING. ANY CHANGE IN ALIGNMENT MUST BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENT CALCULATIONS: MINIMUM OF ONE OF THE GREATER: 1 TREE PER 50 LINEAR FEET OF SITE PERIMETER (6,190 LF / 50 FEET =124 TREES) OR 1 TREE PER 1,000 SQ. FT. OF GROSS BUILDING (63,710 SQ. FT. / 1,000 SQ. FT. =64 TREES) TREES REQUIRED:124 TREES OVERSTORY TREES PROVIDED: 108 TREES SHRUBS PROVIDED - 156: 16 TREE CREDITS TOTAL TREES PROVIDED:124 TREES SE E 2 7 5 . L P SEE 275.LP SEE 273.LP SEE 271.LP SEE 274.LP SEE 272.LP NOTE: EXISTING CONDITIONS INFORMATION SHOWN IS FROM AN ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY PREPARED BY LOUCKS, DATED 09/12/2023. BOLLARD SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL MANUFACTURER MODEL COMMENTS FORMS + SURFACES HELIO 9/280.LD 32 39 13 STEEL FORMS AND SURFACES SERIES 600 EDGING SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL FINISH COLOR COMMENTS LANDSCAPE EDGER 6/280.LD 32 94 13 STEEL NATURAL BLACK 3/16" X 4" LANDSCAPE MATERIALS SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL FINISH COLOR COMMENTS ROCK MULCH - TRAP ROCK 5/280.LD 32 19 13 STONE WASHED NATURAL 2"-3" TRAP ROCK LIGHTING SYMBOL DESCRIPTION DETAIL SPEC.MATERIAL FINISH COLOR COMMENTS POLE LIGHT SEE ELEC.SEE ELEC.SEE ELEC SEE ELEC. BO-01 ED-01 LM-01 LT-01 LANDSCAPE MATERIAL SCHEDULE 336 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 22 2 2 2 2 2 22 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 22 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 22 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 22 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.1 0.1 0.10.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.10.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.10.10.10.10.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 FF F FF F EE A2-HS A2 A2-HS A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 W3 W3 W3 W3 A1 A1 A1 A2 A1-EGS BB BB BB BB BB BB BB A1 A1 A1-EGS A2 A1 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 EE FF GG BIT. 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0.6 1.0 1.2 1.6 2.0 2.0 1.7 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.5 0.9 1.4 1.8 2.1 2.0 1.2 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.9 1.1 0.9 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.8 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.7 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.7 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.4 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.9 1.1 0.7 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.5 1.0 1.3 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.4 1.0 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.5 1.0 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.5 1.0 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.5 1.0 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.5 1.1 1.3 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 1.2 0.7 0.3 0.1 0.2 0.5 0.8 0.8 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 Schedule Symbol Label QTY Manufacturer Catalog Number Description Number Lamps Lamp Output A1 6 Lithonia Lighting DSX1 LED P1 40K 70CRI T3LG D-Series Size 1 Area Luminaire P1 Performance Package 4000K CCT 70 CRI Type 3 Low G Rating 1 6783 A1-EGS 2 Lithonia Lighting DSX1 LED P1 40K 70CRI T3LG EGS D-Series Size 1 Area Luminaire P1 Performance Package 4000K CCT 70 CRI Type 3 Low G Rating External Glare Shield 1 6783 A2 20 Lithonia Lighting DSX1 LED P2 40K 70CRI T5LG D-Series Size 1 Area Luminaire P2 Performance Package 4000K CCT 70 CRI Type 5 Low G Rating 2 10,224 A2-HS 2 Lithonia Lighting DSX1 LED P2 40K 70CRI T5LG HS D-Series Size 1 Area Luminaire P2 Performance Package 4000K CCT 70 CRI Type 5 Low G Rating Houseside Shield BB 7 Luminis Lighting CT185-L1LWT-TYP5 CT185 1 7779 EE 2 Lithonia Lighting DSXF2 LED P2 40K 70CRI MFL DSX Floodlight Luminaire Size 2 P2 Lumen Package 4000K CCT 70CRI Type MFL Distribution 1 N/A F 6 Lithonia Lighting LBR8 ALO4 (5000LM) SWW1 (3500K) AR LSS 80CRI 8 INCH LBR DOWNLIGHT ALO4 (5000LM) 3500K CLEAR SEMI-SPECULAR MEDIUM-WIDE 80 CRI 1 4910 W3 9 Lithonia Lighting WPX1 LED P2 40K Mvolt WPX1 LED wallpack 3000lm 4000K color temperature 120-277 Volts (Building Wallpacks) 1 2913 16 Ft 25 Ft 25 Ft 25 Ft 25 Ft 12 Ft N/A 9 Ft 70CRI 70CRI Mounting Height 10,2242 FF 1 Lithonia Lighting DSXF2 LED P2 40K 70CRI MFL DSX Floodlight Luminaire Size 2 P2 Lumen Package 4000K CCT 70CRI Type MFL Distribution 1 N/A N/A GG 1 Lithonia Lighting DSXF2 LED P3 40K 70CRI NSP DSX Floodlight Luminaire Size 2 P3 Lumen Package 4000K CCT 70CRI Type NSP Distribution DBLXD U 1 N/A N/A (Decorative Lighting) (Decorative Lighting) (Decorative Lighting) (Building Entry Canopy Lighting) Statistics Description Symbol Avg Max Min Max/Min Avg/Min Building Front Entry 2.6 fc 17.9 fc 0.2 fc 89.5:1 13.0:1 East Driveway and Sidwalk 0.5 fc 7.6 fc 0.0 fc N/A N/A NE of Building Parking 1.1 fc 2.3 fc 0.5 fc 4.6:1 2.2:1 NW Parking Lot 1.6 fc 3.7 fc 0.2 fc 18.5:1 8.0:1 SE Parking Lot 1.4 fc 3.7 fc 0.2 fc 18.5:1 7.0:1 GENERAL SHEET NOTESLUMEN CALCULATION A. PROJECT SITE IS IN LIGHTING ZONE 1 (LZ1). B. COLOR RENDERING INDEX (CRI) OF ALL LIGHT FIXTURES IS A MINIMUM OF 70. REFER TO LIGHT FIXTURE SCHEDULE FOR CRI OF EACH FIXTURE. C. MAXIMUM MOUNTING HEIGHT OF ALL FIXTURES ARE AT 25 FEET IN LZ-1. D. HOUSE-SIDE SHIELDING TO BE PROVIDED FOR LIGHT FIXTURES THAT ARE WITHIN 300 FEET OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY LINES. E. SITE LIGHTING TO BE SET AT 50% DIMMING AS NORMAL OPERATION. OCCUPANCY SENSORS TO BE PROVIDED TO TURN LIGHT FIXTURES UP TO 100% UPON SENSE OF MOVEMENT FOR A 15 MINUTE DURATION FOR SECURITY PURPOSES. F. LUMENS PER SQUARE FOOT OF PARKING LOT AND OTHER HARDSCAPED AREAS IS CALCULATED TO 1.25 LUMENS PER SQUARE FOOT. G. REFER TO CUTSHEETS OF EACH FIXTURE FOR BUG RATING MEETING LZ1 CRITERIA (B3, U0, G1). TOTAL FIXTURE TYPE A1 LUMENS 54,264 TOTAL FIXTURE TYPE A2 LUMENS 449,856 TOTAL FIXTURE TYPE BB LUMENS 54,453 TOTAL LUMENS 558,573 TOTAL SITE TOTAL LUMENS HARDSCAPE SQ FT 558,573 LM / 445,089 SQ FT = 1.25 LUMENS PER SQ FT Phone Fax 3550 LaBore Road, St.Paul, MN 55110 {651} 484-4900 {651} 484-2248 www.gephartelectric.com SHEET NUMBER: SHEET TITLE: PROJECT NO: CHECKED BY: DRAWN BY: REVISIONS ISSUE DATE: I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota. Name: Signature: Date: Reg # 45581 BRIAN SCOTT BINKLEY PD F M A D E : FI L E L O C A T I O N : 11/3/2023 11:25:26 AM Autodesk Docs://220072200-Eagle Brook Church Plymouth Campus/E22-EBC WM Plymouth.rvt 900.PM SITE PLAN -PHOTOMETRICS EA G L E B R O O K C H U R C H PL Y M O U T H C A M P U S 61 0 0 M a p l e G r o v e P k w y Pl y m o u t h , M N SS EL 11/03/2023 1762302 11/03/2023 1" = 50'-0"1 SITE PLAN PHOTOMETRICS Date No. Description 09/13/23 CITY SUBMITTAL 11/03/23 CITY SUBMITTAL 337 40213 WMN B 942.83 40214 WMN E 942.66 40213 WMN B 942.83 40214 WMN E 942.66 N O PA R K I N G N O PA R K I N G PROPOSED BUILDING 64,000 SF FFE=953.00 1.305 ACRES 1.610 ACRES 1.640 ACRES 0.409 ACRES N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 Consultants LOUCKS PROJECT NO. 22661 SD ISSUE LOUCKS 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title Comm. No.Drawn P.2200722.00 This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. Issued For Consultants 608.829.3701 Madison, WI 53703 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 500 bwbr.com This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet. Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N Name Date Lic./Reg. No.XX-XX-XXXX 58688 I hereby certify that this plan, specification or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed/Registered Professional Engineer under the laws of the State of Minnesota Zachary B. Moen - PE 08/31/2023 ZBM/MDC/JRM EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS SD ISSUE - REV 1 09/07/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 PARK DEDICATION AREAS EXHIBIT Gopher State One Call WARNING: THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CALLING FOR LOCATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. THEY SHALL COOPERATE WITH ALL UTILITY COMPANIES IN MAINTAINING THEIR SERVICE AND / OR RELOCATION OF LINES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT 651-454-0002 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR THE LOCATIONS OF ALL UNDERGROUND WIRES, CABLES, CONDUITS, PIPES, MANHOLES, VALVES OR OTHER BURIED STRUCTURES BEFORE DIGGING. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE THE ABOVE WHEN DAMAGED DURING CONSTRUCTION AT NO COST TO THE OWNER. PARKING STALL COUNT ACCESSIBLE PARKING STALL 2 LEGEND CATCH BASIN STORM SEWER SANITARY SEWER WATERMAIN STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE POWER POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE TELEPHONE PEDESTAL UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS OVERHEAD UTILITY CHAIN LINK FENCE BUILDING RETAINING WALL NO PARKING UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER TREE LINE EXISTING PROPOSED 972 DRAINTILE FORCEMAIN 3 7 3 PARKING SETBACK LINE BUILDING SETBACK LINE 2 FENCE FLARED END SECTION POST INDICATOR VALVE BENCHMARK SOIL BORING 3 DIRECTION OF FLOW 1.0% 972.5 PARK DEDICATION (CREDITED) PARK DEDICATION TRAIL EASEMENT (CREDITED) LEGEND PARK DEDICATION NORTH = 1.305 ACRES PARK DEDICATION SOUTH == 1.610 ACRES PARK DEDICATION TRAIL EASEMENT = 0.409 ACRES TOTAL PARK DEDICATION (CREDITED)= 3.324 ACRES PARK DEDICATION WETLAND (UNCREDITED)= 1.640 ACRES TOTAL PARK DEDICATION:= 4.964 ACRES PARK DEDICATION AREAS PARK DEDICATION (UNCREDITED) 338 45243 WAL B GND 939.8945247 WAL.N 942.46 45259 CGG 941.94 45260 CGG 941.86 45267 CGB E AE CGT 942.24 45268 CGC CON B 941.84 45289 CGC CGB B AB 941.7345290 CGB CGT 941.9445291 CGB CGT 942.14 45292 CGB E AE CGC 941.92 45296 RWG B AB 941.78 45297 WAL E.N 942.56 45298 RWG 940.77 45299 RWG AE 938.59 45300 RWG 935.75 45301 RWG 934.51 45302 RWG 934.12 45303 RWG 933.39 45304 RWG E 930.70 30000 CHK 8 941.59 30041 RIP B 927.76 30042 RIP 926.73 30043 RIP 926.5530044 RIP 926.82 30045 RIP E F 927.75 15247 CGB 940.85 15250 CGB 941.24 15255 CGB 941.23 35999 BLD 936.68 36000 BLD 936.25 40117 CGB B AB CGT 942.11 40118 CGB 942.24 40119 CGB AE 942.23 40128 CGB 941.94 40129 CGB 941.71 40134 CGB 941.38 40136 CGB 941.10 40141 CGB 940.83 40142 CGB 940.59 40172 CGB 940.44 40173 CGB 940.49 40181 CGB 940.58 40182 CGG 940.28 40183 CGB 940.79 40189 CGB AB 941.19 40190 CGB 941.31 40191 CGB E AE J15255 941.33 40197 CGL CON B 940.81 40198 CGL CON E 941.00 40199 CGB B CGT 941.38 40200 CGB1 B CGT 941.22 40202 CGB1 941.47 40203 CGB 941.58 40204 CGB 941.92 40205 CGB1 941.74 40206 CGB1 941.99 40207 CGB 942.24 40208 CGB 942.57 40209 CGB1 942.34 40210 CGB1 942.57 40211 CGB 942.80 40213 WMN B 942.83 40214 WMN E 942.66 40215 CGB1 E CGT 942.69 40216 CGB E CGT 942.92 40217 CGL CON B 942.55 40218 CGL CON E 942.30 40308 RWG B 936.04 40309 RWG 929.72 40310 RWG E CON B 926.54 40318 RWG AB 926.85 40319 RWG 928.94 40320 RWG E AE 930.24 40324 CGB B CGT 926.33 40325 CGB E 926.30 40328 CGB B 926.44 40329 CGB E CGT 926.56 40330 CGC BIT B 926.54 20000 CHK 8 941.66 55,781± SF 45243 WAL B GND 939.8945247 WAL.N 942.46 45259 CGG 941.94 45260 CGG 941.86 45267 CGB E AE CGT 942.24 45268 CGC CON B 941.84 45289 CGC CGB B AB 941.7345290 CGB CGT 941.9445291 CGB CGT 942.14 45292 CGB E AE CGC 941.92 45296 RWG B AB 941.78 45297 WAL E.N 942.56 45298 RWG 940.77 45299 RWG AE 938.59 45300 RWG 935.75 45301 RWG 934.51 45302 RWG 934.12 45303 RWG 933.39 45304 RWG E 930.70 30000 CHK 8 941.59 30041 RIP B 927.76 30042 RIP 926.73 30043 RIP 926.5530044 RIP 926.82 30045 RIP E F 927.75 15247 CGB 940.85 15250 CGB 941.24 15255 CGB 941.23 35999 BLD 936.68 36000 BLD 936.25 40117 CGB B AB CGT 942.11 40118 CGB 942.24 40119 CGB AE 942.23 40128 CGB 941.94 40129 CGB 941.71 40134 CGB 941.38 40136 CGB 941.10 40141 CGB 940.83 40142 CGB 940.59 40172 CGB 940.44 40173 CGB 940.49 40181 CGB 940.58 40182 CGG 940.28 40183 CGB 940.79 40189 CGB AB 941.19 40190 CGB 941.31 40191 CGB E AE J15255 941.33 40197 CGL CON B 940.81 40198 CGL CON E 941.00 40199 CGB B CGT 941.38 40200 CGB1 B CGT 941.22 40202 CGB1 941.47 40203 CGB 941.58 40204 CGB 941.92 40205 CGB1 941.74 40206 CGB1 941.99 40207 CGB 942.24 40208 CGB 942.57 40209 CGB1 942.34 40210 CGB1 942.57 40211 CGB 942.80 40213 WMN B 942.83 40214 WMN E 942.66 40215 CGB1 E CGT 942.69 40216 CGB E CGT 942.92 40217 CGL CON B 942.55 40218 CGL CON E 942.30 40308 RWG B 936.04 40309 RWG 929.72 40310 RWG E CON B 926.54 40318 RWG AB 926.85 40319 RWG 928.94 40320 RWG E AE 930.24 40324 CGB B CGT 926.33 40325 CGB E 926.30 40328 CGB B 926.44 40329 CGB E CGT 926.56 40330 CGC BIT B 926.54 20000 CHK 8 941.66 55,781± SF 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 . 6 % 1.4% 1.6 % 1 1 . 8 % 1 . 7 % 3.2% 3.7% 1.5% 33.6% 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Boardwalk = 929.44 940.72 941.36 941.07 937.97 937.91 940.97 929.75 30.8 % 32.1 % 4.5 % 19.6 % 929.81 1.2% 1 9 . 6 % 929.44 929.52 929.44 938.51 938.51 938.45 938.45 929.52 937.70 937.88 940.47 940.86 6.6% 6.6% 4.5 % 4.5 % 25.0% 1.5% 19.4 % 32.1 % 29.3% 15.7 % 19.8 % 17. 2 % 24 . 1 % 2 1 . 5 % 2 . 1 % 9 3 0 9 3 5 9 4 0 9 3 1 9 3 2 9 3 3 9 3 4 9 3 6 9 3 7 9 3 8 9 3 9 9 4 1 9 4 2 94 3 9 4 3 2.1% 38.5 % 18.0 % 935 94 0 9 3 2 93 3 93 4 93 6 93 7 93 8 93 9 9 4 1 935 933 934 936 937 938 9 3 5 9 3 1 9 3 2 9 3 3 9 3 4 9 3 6 9 3 7 9 3 6 9 3 7 937.00 936.82 929.44 929.44 4 . 8 % 8.0% 8.0 % 943.92 943.84 943.67 943.80 93 5 94 0 93 1 93 2 93 3 93 4 93 6 93 7 93 8 93 9 94 1 94 2 94 3 94 4 93 0 93 5 940 93 1 93 2 93 3 93 4 936 937 938 939 941 942943 944 10' BOARDWALK TRAIL 10' BITUMINOUS PATH 10' BITUMINOUS PATH 20' TRAIL EASEMENT 2023-11-03 339 SANITARY SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15213 40196 STRUCT. SMH SMH RIM 931.24 940.80 INVERT(S) 902.78 DIRECTION STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15025 15033 15052 15066 15083 15086 15090 15091 15125 STRUCT. CB CB CB CB CB BEE STMH CB CB RIM 940.24 940.04 939.60 933.78 932.52 930.38 931.78 932.17 928.17 INVERT(S) 934.82 933.84 933.64 933.46 929.39 923.80 DIRECTION NE N;S STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15140 15168 15194 15214 15220 15241 35655 40135 40171 STRUCT. CB CB CB STMH CB CB STMH CB CB RIM 925.93 926.07 929.05 930.94 933.75 939.64 933.27 940.83 939.94 INVERT(S) 920.73 922.06 925.22 926.74 928.67 928.64 928.56 932.80 931.33 931.29 922.03 936.57 936.28 936.24 DIRECTION E N S E N S S N STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 40180 40326 40327 45034 45057 45113 45135 45160 45191 STRUCT. CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB RIM 940.12 925.65 925.84 946.69 945.02 940.56 937.83 936.29 931.74 INVERT(S) 934.16 933.56 921.15 921.40 942.81 941.14 936.75 934.09 932.61 927.18 DIRECTION S E;N STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 45199 45219 45249 45276 45926 45949 46009 46019 46076 STRUCT. STMH CB CB STMH OCS STMH CB CB BEE RIM 932.56 934.10 939.39 941.92 928.14 950.64 957.80 957.68 957.54 INVERT(S) 926.18 925.85 925.84 930.87 934.01 920.88 927.47 925.55 924.10 923.14 921.82 943.07 952.65 953.08 952.93 953.79 DIRECTION W S N TOP OF WEIR ORIFICE W NE SUMP N S STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 46098 46291 46317 46398 46441 46471 46489 46495 STRUCT. YD BEE BEE BEE BEE BEE STMH BEE RIM 961.76 948.26 946.12 930.84 929.52 930.32 949.22 950.34 INVERT(S) 944.86 944.76 943.11 942.33 942.26 929.16 927.12 925.42 925.09 926.42 926.29 945.14 944.82 946.03 945.97 DIRECTION W E NW W N E E W N W E N W N S The East 682 feet of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 118 North, Range 22 West of the 5thPrincipal Meridian, EXCEPTING 1.25 acres heretofore conveyed to School District No. 120, Hennepin County, Minnesota; situated in the Southeast corner of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of said Section 6, by deed, in Book 115 of Deeds, on page 217, and by deed from William Dolan and Lydia Dolan, his wife, to School District No. 120, dated November 15, 1933. AND The West 643 Feet of the East 1325 Feet of the North 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 6, Township 118, Range 22. AND West 258 feet of the East 1841 feet of the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 118 North, Range 22 West of the 5th Principal Meridian. AND West 258 feet of the East 1583 feet of the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 118 North, Range 22 West of the 5th Principal Meridian. LEGAL DESCRIPTION GENERAL NOTES SURVEYOR: Loucks 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55330 763-424-5505 1.Prepared September 14, 2023. 2.The address, if disclosed in documents provided to or obtained by the surveyor, or observed while conducting the fieldwork is 17510, 17800 and 17910 Chankahda Trail, Plymouth, MN 55446. 3.The bearings for this survey are based on the Hennepin County Coordinate System NAD 83 (1986 Adjust). 4.Benchmark: MnDOT 2722Z In Hamel, in the southwest corner of Railroad Bridge No. 5847 over TH 55; 0.2 mile southeast along TH 55 from junction of TH 55 and CR 101 Elevation = 992.08 feet (NGVD29) Site Benchmark: Top nut of hydrant located 370± north of Chankahda Trail on west side of Maple Grove Blvd., as shown hereon. Elevation = 934.24 feet (NGVD29) 5.This property is contained in Zone X (areas determined to be outside the 0.2% annual chance floodplain) per Flood Insurance Rate Map No. 27053C0159F, Community Panel No. 270179 0159 F, effective date of November 4, 2016 and Flood Insurance Rate Map No. 27053C0167F, Community Panel No. 270179 0167 F, effective date of November 4, 2016. 6.The field work was completed on September 6, 2023. Current Zoning: FRD (Future Restricted Development) Any zoning classification, setback requirements, height and floor space area restrictions, and parking requirements, shown hereon, was researched to the best of our ability and is open to interpretation. Per the City of Plymouth Zoning Map and City Code, on July 10, 2023, information for the subject property is as follows: Current Setbacks: Front 100 feet Side 25 feet Rear 40 feet Height 35 feet Proposed Zoning: RSF (Single Family Detached 3) Proposed Setbacks: Front 50 feet Side 25 feet Rear 40 feet Height 35 feet ZONING INFORMATION Areas: Proposed Lot 1, Block 1 = 2,087,123 +/- square feet or 47.91 +/- acres Proposed Park = 198,383 +/- square feet or 4.56 +/- acres Right of Way Dedication Area = 152,186 +/- square feet or 3.49 +/- acres Total Property Area = 2,437,692 +/- square feet or 55.96 +/- acres SITE DATA OWNER/DEVELOPER: Eagle Brook Church 7015 20th Avenue Centerville, MN 55038 651-429-9227 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - P P L A T Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 2 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. All intentional or unintentional revisions, additions, or deletions to these CADD files shall be made at the full risk of that party making such revisions, additions or deletions and that party shall hold harmless and indemnify the Consultant from any & all responsibilities, claims, and liabilities. SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLYMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 PRELIMINARY PLAT 1 OF 2 License No. Date I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of VICINITY MAP Field Crew Max L. Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 CITY SUBMITTALDETAIL Not To Scale 340 15109 CABINET 931.43 40213 WMN B 942.83 40214 WMN E 942.66 45930 STRM INV 1.95' INV 3" ORIFICE 927.50 45927 STRM INV TO INV 21" RCP SUMP 6.86' TO INV 928.68 45929 TOP WEIR 927.47 45931 STRM INV STC 21" RCP 924.10 20112 SEP 945.17 20113 SEP 945.23 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - P P L A T Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 2 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. All intentional or unintentional revisions, additions, or deletions to these CADD files shall be made at the full risk of that party making such revisions, additions or deletions and that party shall hold harmless and indemnify the Consultant from any & all responsibilities, claims, and liabilities. SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLYMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 N SCALE IN FEET 0 60 120 PRELIMINARY PLAT 2 OF 2 License No. Date I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of VICINITY MAP Field Crew Max L. Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 09/12/23 CITY SUBMITTAL 341 A B C D E F G H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 H G F E D 7654321 Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title BWBR Comm. No.Drawn This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet.Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N C B A Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com Keyplan TRUE NORTH PLAN NORTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. 11 / 3 / 2 0 2 3 1 1 : 3 2 : 0 2 A M EXTERIOR 3D 511 P.2200722.00 SD ISSUE 08/31/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 342 PAINTED ALUMINUM CROSS, SIMILAR TO ANOKA PC-02 PC-02 MP-02 PC-02 PC-03 PC-01 MP-01 MP-01 MP-01 PC-01 EXTERIOR SIGNAGE - CFCI PREFINISHED METAL COPING PREFINISHED METAL COPING 21 ' - 0 " 35 ' - 0 " PAINTED ALUMINUM CROSS, SIMILAR TO ANOKA PC-02 PC-02 PC-02 PC-02 PC-03 PC-01 TRASH ENCLOSURE - PRECAST ENCLOSURE WALLS WITH METAL PANEL GATE PREFINISHED METAL COPING MP-01 PC-01 PC-03 50 ' - 0 " 35 ' - 0 " PAINTED ALUMINUM CROSS, SIMILAR TO ANOKA PC-02 PC-02 PC-03 PC-01 PC-02 PAINTED INSULATED HM DOORS TRASH ENCLOSURE SF1 SF1 106A 38 ' - 0 " PREFINISHED METAL COPING 35 ' - 0 " EAGLE BROOKEAGLE BROOK CHURCH 5' - 0 " 2' - 0 " 3' - 0 " 9'-0" PRECAST MONUMENT SIGN PRECAST CAP MASONRY LEDGE PLYMOUTH CAMPUSPLYMOUTH CAMPUS BACK LIT, CUT OUT LETTERS - BOTH SIDES EXTERIOR MATERIALS KEY PC-01 PC-02 PC-03 MP-01 MP-02 ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST - MEDIUM GREY FINISH METAL PANEL - PAINTED METALLIC FINISH, DARK GREY ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST - LIGHT GREY FINISH, REVEAL PATTERN 2' H X 12' W RECTANGLES ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST - DARK GREY FINISH METAL PANEL - PAINTED METALLIC FINISH, LIGHT GREY * FINAL COLOR SELECTIONS TO BE DETERMINED 128A 126A PREFINISHED METAL COPING PREFINISHED METAL COPING PC-02 PC-02PC-02 PC-01 PC-03 21 ' - 0 " 21 ' - 0 " TRASH ENCLOSURE A B C D E F G H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 H G F E D 7654321 Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title BWBR Comm. No.Drawn This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet.Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N C B A Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com Keyplan TRUE NORTH PLAN NORTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. 11 / 3 / 2 0 2 3 5 : 2 7 : 5 4 A M EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS - PRESENTATION 512 P.2200722.00 3/32" = 1'-0"512 2 EXTERIOR ELEVATION - SOUTH EAST 3/32" = 1'-0"512 1 EXTERIOR ELEVATION - NORTH EAST 3/32" = 1'-0"512 3 EXTERIOR ELEVATION - SOUTH WEST 1/4" = 1'-0"512 5 MONUMENT SIGN Copy 1 3/32" = 1'-0"512 4 EXTERIOR ELEVATION - NORTH WEST SD ISSUE 08/31/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL - REV 1 09/19/2023 DD ISSUE 11/16/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 343 DN DNDN A C C ACC TOILETS 60 SF EA. 6" TALL FRAMED WOOD PLATFORM WITH 1:20 RAMP CLIMBING WALL WITH BACKING VESTIBULE VESTIBULE LOBBY PARENT / CHILD INFANT WALKER TODDLER TOILET JANITOR WORK ROOM KID-O-DEO PRESCHOOL TOILET CORRIDOR PRE-KINDER KINDER TOILET TOILET ELEVATE (1-3) ELEVATE (4-5) IDF OPEN OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE MEETING WOMEN MEN CAFE SERVE CAFE PREP CAFE SEATING LIGHT LOCK LIGHT LOCK MOTHERS NURSING WATER WALK VOLUNTEER CENTRAL ENGINEERINGCONTROL ROOM GREEN ROOM WORSHIP PLATFORM BACK OF HOUSE ELECTRICAL ROOM AMP ROOM TOILET WATER ROOM VESTIBULE STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE LIGHT LOCK LIGHT LOCK CORRIDOR CORRIDOR FRONT OF HOUSE RAMP DROP OFF A B C D E F G H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 H G F E D 7654321 Co p y r i g h t B W B R DateItem Sheet No. Sheet Title BWBR Comm. No.Drawn This Sheet may be a Reduced Copy. The bar above is 1" long on a Full Size Sheet.Drawing Scales apply to Full Size Sheets. NOT F O R CON S T R U C T I O N C B A Issued For Consultants 651.222.3701 Saint Paul, MN 55102 380 St. Peter Street, Ste. 600 bwbr.com Keyplan TRUE NORTH PLAN NORTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH PLYMOUTH CAMPUS This document may be an electronic file or may be printed from an electronic file provided to the user. It is the sole responsibility of the user to ensure that the content and quality is consistent with the content and quality of the original documents on file at BWBR. 11 / 3 / 2 0 2 3 5 : 4 4 : 2 4 A M Author PRESENTATION PLAN 401 P.2200722.00 1/16" = 1'-0"401 1 FLOOR PLAN - FIRST LEVEL SD ISSUE 08/31/2023 CITY SUBMITTAL 09/13/2023 CITY RESUBMITTAL 11/03/2023 344 SANITARY SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15213 40196 STRUCT. SMH SMH RIM 931.24 940.80 INVERT(S) 902.78 DIRECTION STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15025 15033 15052 15066 15083 15086 15090 15091 15125 STRUCT. CB CB CB CB CB BEE STMH CB CB RIM 940.24 940.04 939.60 933.78 932.52 930.38 931.78 932.17 928.17 INVERT(S) 934.82 933.84 933.64 933.46 929.39 923.80 DIRECTION NE N;S STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 15140 15168 15194 15214 15220 15241 35655 40135 40171 STRUCT. CB CB CB STMH CB CB STMH CB CB RIM 925.93 926.07 929.05 930.94 933.75 939.64 933.27 940.83 939.94 INVERT(S) 920.73 922.06 925.22 926.74 928.67 928.64 928.56 932.80 931.33 931.29 922.03 936.57 936.28 936.24 DIRECTION E N S E N S S N STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 40180 40326 40327 45034 45057 45113 45135 45160 45191 STRUCT. CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB CB RIM 940.12 925.65 925.84 946.69 945.02 940.56 937.83 936.29 931.74 INVERT(S) 934.16 933.56 921.15 921.40 942.81 941.14 936.75 934.09 932.61 927.18 DIRECTION S E;N STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 45199 45219 45249 45276 45926 45949 46009 46019 46076 STRUCT. STMH CB CB STMH OCS STMH CB CB BEE RIM 932.56 934.10 939.39 941.92 928.14 950.64 957.80 957.68 957.54 INVERT(S) 926.18 925.85 925.84 930.87 934.01 920.88 927.47 925.55 924.10 923.14 921.82 943.07 952.65 953.08 952.93 953.79 DIRECTION W S N TOP OF WEIR ORIFICE W NE SUMP N S STORM SEWER STRUCTURE INFORMATION NO. 46098 46291 46317 46398 46441 46471 46489 46495 STRUCT. YD BEE BEE BEE BEE BEE STMH BEE RIM 961.76 948.26 946.12 930.84 929.52 930.32 949.22 950.34 INVERT(S) 944.86 944.76 943.11 942.33 942.26 929.16 927.12 925.42 925.09 926.42 926.29 945.14 944.82 946.03 945.97 DIRECTION W E NW W N E E W N W E N W N S N SCALE IN FEET 0 80 160 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - A L T A Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 4 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. All intentional or unintentional revisions, additions, or deletions to these CADD files shall be made at the full risk of that party making such revisions, additions or deletions and that party shall hold harmless and indemnify the Consultant from any & all responsibilities, claims, and liabilities. SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION PLYMOUTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLYMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 SURVEY LEGEND 09/12/23 SURVEY ISSUED License No. Date I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of VICINITY MAP Field Crew Max L. Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY 1 OF 5 SITE CHANKAHDA TRL CITY OF MAPLE GROVE CITY OF PLYMOUTH MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y (Per Schedule A of the herein referenced Title Commitment) Parcel 1: The East 682 feet of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 118 North, Range 22 West of the 5thPrincipal Meridian, EXCEPTING 1.25 acres heretofore conveyed to School District No. 120, Hennepin County, Minnesota; situated in the Southeast corner of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of said Section 6, by deed, in Book 115 of Deeds, on page 217, and by deed from William Dolan and Lydia Dolan, his wife, to School District No. 120, dated November 15, 1933. Parcel 2: The West 643 Feet of the East 1325 Feet of the North 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 6, Township 118, Range 22. Parcel 3: West 258 feet of the East 1841 feet of the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 118 North, Range 22 West of the 5th Principal Meridian. Parcel 4: West 258 feet of the East 1583 feet of the North half of the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 118 North, Range 22 West of the 5th Principal Meridian. Abstract Property. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY SURVEYED (Per Schedule B, Part II of the herein referenced Title Commitment) The property depicted on this survey and the easements of record shown hereon are the same as the property and the easements described in the Commitment for Title Insurance issued by The Title Team - North Shore Title as agent for Stewart Title Guaranty Company, File No. NST222858, effective date November 23, 2022. The numbers below correspond to those in the title commitment. 1 - 8 do not require comment. 9.Easement for sanitary sewer purposes in favor of the Metropolitan Council, dated December 11, 2003, filed December 2, 2004, as Document No. 8482966. Shown hereon along the east property line. The temporary easements in this document expired 03/17/05. 10.Agreement as to Stormwater Pond Maintenance, Right of Way Maintenance, Special Assessments, Soil Correction, and Field Entrances between the City of Plymouth and Leonard E. Luedke and Judy L. Luedke, dated September 22, 2017, filed October 30, 2017, as Document No. A10498462. Not shown hereon. This document was not provided. 11.Final Certificate dated October 9, 2017, filed November 6, 2017, as Document No. A10499064. Shown hereon along the east and south property lines. The temporary easements in this document expired 09/30/15. 12.Grant of Permanent and Temporary Easements in favor of the City of Plymouth dated February 17, 2022, filed March 30, 2022, as Document No. 11092714. Shown hereon along the south property line. The temporary easements in this document expired 07/31/23. 13.Grant of Permanent and Temporary Easements in favor of the City of Plymouth dated February 17, 2022, filed March 30, 2022, as Document No. 11092717. Shown hereon at the southwest corner of the property. The temporary easements in this document expired 07/31/23. 14.Grant of Permanent and Temporary Easements in favor of the City of Plymouth dated February 17, 2022, filed March 30, 2022, as Document No. 11092722. Shown hereon along the south property line. The temporary easements in this document expired 07/31/23. 15.Rights of the public in right of way for County Road 47 and Maple Grove Parkway North, as laid out and traveled. Shown hereon along the south property line. 16.Unmarketability of title, as to Parcel 1, arising from vague and ambiguous description of exception parcel, namely "excepting 1.25 acres heretofore conveyed to School District No. 120, situated in the Southeast corner of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of said Section 6". Shown hereon at the southeast corner. TITLE COMMITMENT EXCEPTIONS (The following items refer to Table A optional survey responsibilities and specifications) 1.Monuments placed (or a reference monument or witness to the corner) at all major corners of the boundary of the property, unless already marked or referenced by existing monuments or witnesses to the corner are shown hereon. 2.The address, as disclosed in documents provided to the surveyor, obtained by the surveyor, or observed while conducting the fieldwork is 17510, 17800 and 17910 Chankahda Trail, Plymouth, MN 55446. 3.This property is contained in Zone X (areas determined to be outside the 0.2% annual chance floodplain) per Flood Insurance Rate Map No. 27053C0159F, Community Panel No. 270179 0159 F, effective date of November 4, 2016 and Flood Insurance Rate Map No. 27053C0167F, Community Panel No. 270179 0167 F, effective date of November 4, 2016. 4.The Gross land area is 2,437,692 +/- square feet or 55.96 +/- acres. The Right-of-way area is 129,248 +/- square feet or 2.97 +/- acres. The Net land area is 2,308,444 +/- square feet or 52.99 +/- acres. 6.(a) Any zoning classification, setback requirements, height and floor space area restrictions, and parking requirements, shown hereon, was researched to the best of our ability and is open to interpretation. Per the City of Plymouth Zoning Map and City Code, on July 10, 2023, information for the subject property is as follows: Zone FRD (Future Restricted Development) Setbacks: Front 100 feet, Side 25 feet, Rear 40 feet; Height: thirty-five (35) feet; 7.(a) Exterior dimensions of all buildings are shown at ground level. 8.Substantial features observed in the process of conducting fieldwork, are shown hereon. 9.There are no striped parking stalls on this site. 11.(a) We have shown underground utilities on and/or serving the surveyed property per Gopher State One-Call Ticket Nos. 232012217, 232012240, 232012284, 232012310, 232012322 and 232012409. The following utilities and municipalities were notified: COMCAST (800)778-9140 CITY OF MAPLE GROVE (763)494-6370 CITY OF PLYMOUTH (763)509-5950 CENTURYLINK (800)778-9140 HENNEPIN CO. PUBLIC WORKS (406)541-9571 MCI (800)624-9675 METROPOLITAN COUNCIL (651)602-4511 CENTER POINT ENERGY (812)483-7923 WAYZATA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (218)346-5500 WRIGHT HENNEPIN COOP (800)778-9140 i. Utility operators do not consistently respond to locate requests through the Gopher State One Call service for surveying purposes such as this. Those utility operators that do respond, often will not locate utilities from their main line to the customer's structure or facility. They consider those utilities “private” installations that are outside their jurisdiction. These “private” utilities on the surveyed property or adjoining properties, may not be located since most operators will not mark such "private" utilities. A private utility locator may be contacted to investigate these utilities further, if requested by the client. ii. Maps provided by those notified above, either along with a field location or in lieu of such a location, are very often inaccurate or inconclusive. EXTREME CAUTION MUST BE EXERCISED BEFORE AN EXCAVATION TAKES PLACE ON OR NEAR THIS SITE. BEFORE DIGGING, YOU ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO NOTIFY GOPHER STATE ONE CALL AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE AT 811 or (651) 454-0002. ALTA/NSPS OPTIONAL TABLE A NOTES SURVEY REPORT 1.The Surveyor was not provided utility easement documents for the subject property except for those shown on the Survey. 2.The bearings for this survey are based on the Hennepin County Coordinate System NAD 83 (1986 Adjust). 3.Benchmark: MnDOT 2722Z In Hamel, in the southwest corner of Railroad Bridge No. 5847 over TH 55; 0.2 mile southeast along TH 55 from junction of TH 55 and CR 101 Elevation = 992.08 feet (NGVD29) Site Benchmark: Top nut of hydrant located 370± north of Chankahda Trail on west side of Maple Grove Blvd., as shown hereon. Elevation = 934.24 feet (NGVD29) 4.Tree diameters shown hereon are measured at breast height. 5.See sheet 2 through 5 for existing conditions. To Eagle Brook Church; Leonard E. Ludke and Judy L. Luedke; The Title Team - North Shore Title; and Stewart Title Guaranty Company: This is to certify that this map or plat and the survey on which it is based were made in accordance with the 2021 Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys, jointly established and adopted by ALTA and NSPS, and includes Items 1 - 4, 6(a), 7(a), 8, 9 and 11(a) of Table A thereof. The field work was completed on August 23, 2023. Date of Plat or Map: September 12, 2023 ______________________________________________ Max L. Stanislowski, PLS Minnesota License No. 48988 mstanislowski@loucksinc.com CERTIFICATION CATCH BASIN CONCRETE CURB STORM SEWER CONCRETE OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE FLARED END SECTION SET 1/2 INCH X 14 INCH IRON MONUMENT, FOUND 1/2 INCH IRON SET NAIL WETLAND FLAG TOP NUT HYDRANT WATER LINE AREA DRAIN CHAIN LINK FENCE IRON FENCE 1 SCHEDULE B II ITEM SPIGOT RETAINING WALL STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE PIPE, MARKED "LS 12294" WETLAND AS DELINEATED BY KJOLHAUG ENV. SERVICES ON AUGUST 10, 2023 MAPPED STORM SEWER MAPPED SANITARY SEWER MAPPED WATERMAIN INFORMATION AS SHOWN ON RIP-RAP TIE DISTANCES ARE SHOWN ON SIDE WITH FEATURE MEASURED TO PROPERTY LINE UNLESS SHOWN OTHERWISE MARKED "LS 48988" PLANS - NOT FIELD VERIFIED 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 13 11 9 11 11 15 16 345 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - A L T A Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. All intentional or unintentional revisions, additions, or deletions to these CADD files shall be made at the full risk of that party making such revisions, additions or deletions and that party shall hold harmless and indemnify the Consultant from any & all responsibilities, claims, and liabilities. SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION PLYMOUTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLTMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 N SCALE IN FEET 0 30 60 ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY (NW CORNER) 2 OF 5 SURVEY LEGEND SITE CHANKAHDA TRL CITY OF MAPLE GROVE CITY OF PLYMOUTH MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CATCH BASIN CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB STORM SEWER UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE ELECTRIC TRANSFORMER TELEPHONE PEDESTAL ELECTRIC MANHOLE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER HAND HOLE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE YARD LIGHT CULVERT TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAILBOX ELM BOXELDER FIR LOCUST OAK PINE SPRUCE CEDAR COTTONWOOD MAPLE WALNUT CONIFEROUS TREE DECIDUOUS TREE MISC FRUIT SOIL BORING ELEV @ THRESHOLD ROOF DRAIN TREE LINE CLEANOUT CURB STOP OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE FLARED END SECTION TOP OF CURB SET 1/2 INCH X 14 INCH IRON MONUMENT, FOUND 1/2 INCH IRON SET NAIL FOUND CAST IRON MONUMENT WETLAND FLAG TOP NUT HYDRANT WATER LINE SERVICE CLEANOUT AREA DRAIN CHAIN LINK FENCE IRON FENCE 1 SCHEDULE B II ITEM SPIGOT ASH RETAINING WALL STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE PIPE, MARKED "LS 12294" WETLAND AS DELINEATED BY KJOLHAUG ENV. SERVICES ON AUGUST 10, 2023 MAPPED STORM SEWER MAPPED SANITARY SEWER MAPPED WATERMAIN INFORMATION AS SHOWN ON ACCESS POST RIP-RAP ARBORVITAE TIE DISTANCES ARE SHOWN ON SIDE WITH FEATURE MEASURED TO PROPERTY LINE UNLESS SHOWN OTHERWISE MARKED "LS 48988" PLANS - NOT FIELD VERIFIED (See Sheet 5 of 5 Sheets) (S e e S h e e t 3 o f 5 S h e e t s ) SURVEY REPORT 1.The Surveyor was not provided utility easement documents for the subject property except for those shown on the Survey. 2.The bearings for this survey are based on the Hennepin County Coordinate System NAD 83 (1986 Adjust). 3.Benchmark: MnDOT 2722Z In Hamel, in the southwest corner of Railroad Bridge No. 5847 over TH 55; 0.2 mile southeast along TH 55 from junction of TH 55 and CR 101 Elevation = 992.08 feet (NGVD29) Site Benchmark: Top nut of hydrant located 370± north of Chankahda Trail on west side of Maple Grove Blvd., as shown hereon. Elevation = 934.24 feet (NGVD29) 4.Tree diameters shown hereon are measured at breast height. 5.See sheet 1 for ALTA Notes and utility elevations. See sheets 3 through 5 for existing conditions. WILLOW 09/12/23 SURVEY ISSUED License No. Date I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of VICINITY MAP Field Crew Max L. Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 MA T C H L I N E MATCH LINE 346 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - A L T A Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. All intentional or unintentional revisions, additions, or deletions to these CADD files shall be made at the full risk of that party making such revisions, additions or deletions and that party shall hold harmless and indemnify the Consultant from any & all responsibilities, claims, and liabilities. SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION PLYMOUTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLTMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 N SCALE IN FEET 0 #### ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY (NE CORNER) 3 OF 5 SITE CHANKAHDA TRL CITY OF MAPLE GROVE CITY OF PLYMOUTH MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y (See Sheet 4 of 5 Sheets) (S e e S h e e t 2 o f 5 S h e e t s ) 11 11 SURVEY REPORT 1.The Surveyor was not provided utility easement documents for the subject property except for those shown on the Survey. 2.The bearings for this survey are based on the Hennepin County Coordinate System NAD 83 (1986 Adjust). 3.Benchmark: MnDOT 2722Z In Hamel, in the southwest corner of Railroad Bridge No. 5847 over TH 55; 0.2 mile southeast along TH 55 from junction of TH 55 and CR 101 Elevation = 992.08 feet (NGVD29) Site Benchmark: Top nut of hydrant located 370± north of Chankahda Trail on west side of Maple Grove Blvd., as shown hereon. Elevation = 934.24 feet (NGVD29) 4.Tree diameters shown hereon are measured at breast height. 5.See sheet 1 for ALTA Notes and utility elevations. See sheets 2, 4 and 5 for existing conditions. SURVEY LEGEND SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CATCH BASIN CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB STORM SEWER UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE ELECTRIC TRANSFORMER TELEPHONE PEDESTAL ELECTRIC MANHOLE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER HAND HOLE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE YARD LIGHT CULVERT TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAILBOX ELM BOXELDER FIR LOCUST OAK PINE SPRUCE CEDAR COTTONWOOD MAPLE WALNUT CONIFEROUS TREE DECIDUOUS TREE MISC FRUIT SOIL BORING ELEV @ THRESHOLD ROOF DRAIN TREE LINE CLEANOUT CURB STOP OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE FLARED END SECTION TOP OF CURB SET 1/2 INCH X 14 INCH IRON MONUMENT, FOUND 1/2 INCH IRON SET NAIL FOUND CAST IRON MONUMENT WETLAND FLAG TOP NUT HYDRANT WATER LINE SERVICE CLEANOUT AREA DRAIN CHAIN LINK FENCE IRON FENCE 1 SCHEDULE B II ITEM SPIGOT ASH RETAINING WALL STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE PIPE, MARKED "LS 12294" WETLAND AS DELINEATED BY KJOLHAUG ENV. SERVICES ON AUGUST 10, 2023 MAPPED STORM SEWER MAPPED SANITARY SEWER MAPPED WATERMAIN INFORMATION AS SHOWN ON ACCESS POST RIP-RAP ARBORVITAE TIE DISTANCES ARE SHOWN ON SIDE WITH FEATURE MEASURED TO PROPERTY LINE UNLESS SHOWN OTHERWISE MARKED "LS 48988" PLANS - NOT FIELD VERIFIED WILLOW 09/12/23 SURVEY ISSUED License No. Date I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of VICINITY MAP Field Crew Max L. Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 MATCH LINE MA T C H L I N E 9 11 347 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - A L T A Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. All intentional or unintentional revisions, additions, or deletions to these CADD files shall be made at the full risk of that party making such revisions, additions or deletions and that party shall hold harmless and indemnify the Consultant from any & all responsibilities, claims, and liabilities. SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION PLYMOUTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLTMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 N SCALE IN FEET 0 #### ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY (SE CORNER) 4 OF 5 SITE CHANKAHDA TRL CITY OF MAPLE GROVE CITY OF PLYMOUTH MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y MATCH LINE (S e e S h e e t 5 o f 5 S h e e t s ) 11 14 11 12 9 11 SURVEY REPORT 1.The Surveyor was not provided utility easement documents for the subject property except for those shown on the Survey. 2.The bearings for this survey are based on the Hennepin County Coordinate System NAD 83 (1986 Adjust). 3.Benchmark: MnDOT 2722Z In Hamel, in the southwest corner of Railroad Bridge No. 5847 over TH 55; 0.2 mile southeast along TH 55 from junction of TH 55 and CR 101 Elevation = 992.08 feet (NGVD29) Site Benchmark: Top nut of hydrant located 370± north of Chankahda Trail on west side of Maple Grove Blvd., as shown hereon. Elevation = 934.24 feet (NGVD29) 4.Tree diameters shown hereon are measured at breast height. 5.See sheet 1 for ALTA Notes and utility elevations. See sheets 2, 3 and 5 for existing conditions. SURVEY LEGEND SPOT ELEVATION SIGN LIGHT POLE WATER MANHOLE / WELL CATCH BASIN CONTOUR CONCRETE CURB STORM SEWER UNDERGROUND FIBER OPTIC UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CONCRETE ELECTRIC TRANSFORMER TELEPHONE PEDESTAL ELECTRIC MANHOLE ELECTRIC METER GAS METER HAND HOLE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE UNDERGROUND GAS SANITARY SEWER SERVICE WATER SERVICE YARD LIGHT CULVERT TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAILBOX ELM BOXELDER FIR LOCUST OAK PINE SPRUCE CEDAR COTTONWOOD MAPLE WALNUT CONIFEROUS TREE DECIDUOUS TREE MISC FRUIT SOIL BORING ELEV @ THRESHOLD ROOF DRAIN TREE LINE CLEANOUT CURB STOP OUTLET CONTROL STRUCTURE FLARED END SECTION TOP OF CURB SET 1/2 INCH X 14 INCH IRON MONUMENT, FOUND 1/2 INCH IRON SET NAIL FOUND CAST IRON MONUMENT WETLAND FLAG TOP NUT HYDRANT WATER LINE SERVICE CLEANOUT AREA DRAIN CHAIN LINK FENCE IRON FENCE 1 SCHEDULE B II ITEM SPIGOT ASH RETAINING WALL STORM MANHOLE SANITARY MANHOLE HYDRANT GATE VALVE PIPE, MARKED "LS 12294" WETLAND AS DELINEATED BY KJOLHAUG ENV. SERVICES ON AUGUST 10, 2023 MAPPED STORM SEWER MAPPED SANITARY SEWER MAPPED WATERMAIN INFORMATION AS SHOWN ON ACCESS POST RIP-RAP ARBORVITAE TIE DISTANCES ARE SHOWN ON SIDE WITH FEATURE MEASURED TO PROPERTY LINE UNLESS SHOWN OTHERWISE MARKED "LS 48988" PLANS - NOT FIELD VERIFIED WILLOW 09/12/23 SURVEY ISSUED License No. Date I hereby certify that this survey, plan or report was prepared by me or under my direct supervision and that I am a duly Licensed Land Surveyor under the laws of the State of VICINITY MAP Field Crew Max L. Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 16 MA T C H L I N E (See Sheet 3 of 5 Sheets) 348 LOUCKS W: \ 2 0 2 2 \ 2 2 6 6 1 \ C A D D D A T A \ S U R V E Y \ _ d w g S h e e t F i l e s \ 2 2 6 6 1 - A L T A Pl o t t e d : 09 / 1 2 / 2 0 2 3 3 : 6 P M 7200 Hemlock Lane, Suite 300 Maple Grove, MN 55369 763.424.5505 www.loucksinc.com PLANNING CIVIL ENGINEERING LAND SURVEYING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENTAL CADD files prepared by the Consultant for this project are instruments of the Consultant professional services for use solely with respect to this project. These CADD files shall not be used on other projects, for additions to this project, or for completion of this project by others without written approval by the Consultant. With the Consultant's approval, others may be permitted to obtain copies of the CADD drawing files for information and reference only. 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SUBMITTAL/REVISIONS PROFESSIONAL SIGNATURE QUALITY CONTROL CADD QUALIFICATION PLYMOUTH EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 17510, 17800 & 17910 CHANKAHDA TRAIL PLTMOUTH MN, 55446 EAGLE BROOK CHURCH 7015 20TH AVENUE CENTERVILLE, MN 55038 N SCALE IN FEET 0 #### ALTA/NSPS LAND TITLE SURVEY (SW CORNER) 5 OF 5 SITE CHANKAHDA TRL CITY OF MAPLE GROVE CITY OF PLYMOUTH MA P L E G R O V E P K W Y MATCH LINE (S e e S h e e t 4 o f 5 S h e e t s ) 13 SURVEY REPORT 1.The Surveyor was not provided utility easement documents for the subject property except for those shown on the Survey. 2.The bearings for this survey are based on the Hennepin County Coordinate System NAD 83 (1986 Adjust). 3.Benchmark: MnDOT 2722Z In Hamel, in the southwest corner of Railroad Bridge No. 5847 over TH 55; 0.2 mile southeast along TH 55 from junction of TH 55 and CR 101 Elevation = 992.08 feet (NGVD29) Site Benchmark: Top nut of hydrant located 370± north of Chankahda Trail on west side of Maple Grove Blvd., as shown hereon. Elevation = 934.24 feet (NGVD29) 4.Tree diameters shown hereon are measured at breast height. 5.See sheet 1 for ALTA Notes and utility elevations. See sheets 2 through 4 for existing conditions. 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Stanislowski - PLS Project Lead Drawn By Checked By Loucks Project No. Minnesota. 48988 22661 MLS SFM MLS DJP 09/12/23 15 (See Sheet 2 of 5 Sheets) MA T C H L I N E 349 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Index of Correspondence Received -- Through 11-6-2023 350 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 351 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 352 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 353 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 78 79 77 354 1 Shawn Drill From:Info Sent:Tuesday, August 29, 2023 11:04 AM To:Chloe McGuire Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church KeArra Thompson | Office Support Representative City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763P50955058 -----Original Message----- From: Christa Adamczyk <christa.adamczyk@icloud.com> Sent: Monday, August 28, 2023 6:58 PM To: Info <info@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church [You don't often get email from christa.adamczyk@icloud.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hello, I’m reaching out regarding the plans for Eagle Brook Church off of Peony/47. Although my family technically lives just over the city lines in Maple Grove, we frequent Plymouth for most things and also attend Eagle Brook at Wayzata High School. We are thrilled with the idea of having a permanent place of worship so close to home. The explosion of residential areas since we moved here in 2014 has caused a lot of excess traffic as well as overloaded the Wayzata schools as I’m sure you’re aware. I don’t know what the alternative would be for that land, but a church community that meets 2 days a week for a few hours seems far less disruptive than 200+ more residential homes. I am aware Eagle Brook has lost space in neighboring communities due to people being concerned about traffic of a “mega church.” Although their views are valid, I believe they are misled and not familiar with the campus approach of Eagle Brook. It is one big church that meets in 10 different locations of varying sizes. We have never had issues coming or going from Wayzata High School, traffic wise; however, there are issues with space inside the building that necessitates a building more suited to the church’s needs hence why we would be overjoyed if this project is approved. I cannot say enough good things about what this church has done for my family as well as all the communities it reaches. I believe Plymouth is a perfect location and will benefit greatly from this church’s permanent residence in the city. Thank you for your time, Christa Adamczyk Maple Grove Resident/Plymouth Consumer 1 355 1 Shawn Drill From:Michael Solovy <mikesolovy@yahoo.com> Sent:Tuesday, August 29, 2023 11:04 AM To:Chloe McGuire Cc:Webmail - Planning; Kip Berglund; Shawn Drill; Lori Sommers; Dave Callister Subject:Re: Eagle Brook Church Proposal Thank you for the quick and detailed response. Michael Solovy On Aug 29, 2023, at 8:20 AM, Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Hi Michael – Thanks for reaching out to share your concerns. At this time, we don’t have a formal application for the church, but they have started to work on a traffic study with our engineering staff. I have saved your email in our project file, and if/when they submit for a formal approval, we will include your email in the packet to Planning Commission and Council. If/when it moves forward into a formal application, we would send a notice to neighbors within 750 feet of the site, place signage onsite, and put information about the proposal on our city website. It looks like you live at 6085 Urbandale, which is outside the mailing radius, so please feel free to email Shawn (cc’d) and I with any questions about next steps at any time. We’re here to help. If there’s any additional information I can get you in the meantime, please let me know. Thanks, Chloe Please note: I have removed the Council from this email in order to stay compliant with open meeting law. Chloe McGuire, AICP (she/her) | Planning and Development Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5452 From: Michael Solovy <mikesolovy@yahoo.com> Sent: Monday, August 28, 2023 6:34 PM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov>; Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov>; Kip Berglund <kberglund@plymouthmn.gov>; Shawn Drill <sdrill@plymouthmn.gov>; Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov>; Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov>; Alise You don't often get email from mikesolovy@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important 2 356 2 McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov>; Julie Peterson <jpeterson@plymouthmn.gov>; Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov>; Clark Gregor <cgregor@plymouthmn.gov>; Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church Proposal Hi Plymouth Leaders, I am writing to find out where I can learn more about Eagle Brook’s proposal for a mega church in Plymouth, across from Meadow Ridge Elementary school after being denied by a number of neighboring cities. I strongly oppose this potential proposal. The Corcoran location is less than a mile from the current location proposal. If it wasn’t good for them then the current location isn’t much better. There is a large group of residents starting to rise up in opposition on social media. I encourage you to hear the concerns of residents and voters, including the short and long term impact to home prices, environment, traffic and safety. Best, Michael Solovy 357 1 Shawn Drill From:Info Sent:Thursday, August 31, 2023 8:27 AM To:Kelsey Baustian Cc:Shawn Drill Subject:RE: Eagle Brook Church building Kelsey, I have forwarded your message onto Shawn in our Planning Department Thank you, From: Kelsey Baustian <kbbaustian@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2023 7:59 AM To: Info <info@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church building Good morning! I'm writing in as a concerned resident of Plymouth to express my disappointment in allowing Eagle Brook Church to build a new location in Plymouth. The amount of traffic this would bring into the area is concerning, as is their lack of tax status and their members' almost cult-like devotion to their practices. These are not the kind of people I want gathering in my neighborhood. Please, please, please do not consider their proposal. Thank you. -- Kelsey B. Baustian kbbaustian@gmail.com 612-716-7916 You don't often get email from kbbaustian@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 3 358 1 Shawn Drill From:Shawn Drill Sent:Thursday, August 31, 2023 2:38 PM To:Hongying Cui Cc:Info Subject:RE: Seeking Confirmation and Expressing Concerns About Site Plan for Eagle Brook Church Hello Hongying. To get your address for the record, are you the Hongying Cui that resides at 12135 45th Ave. located south of Schmidt Lake? --If your current address is different, please let me know. Eagle Brook Church has not submitted a development application to the city at this time. Consequently, there is no information/details to share yet. I believe they plan to hold a neighborhood meeting before they apply to the city. They are looking at the property you describe but have not purchased it yet. A traffic study in underway, but not completed yet. You may continue to communicate with me about this in the future. Thanks, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Info <info@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2023 11:55 AM To: Hongying Cui <hongycui@hotmail.com> Cc: Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: RE: Seeking Confirmation and Expressing Concerns About Site Plan for Eagle Brook Church Hongying, I am copying Shawn Drill, Senior Planner, on this email to notify him of your inquiry. Amy Gottschalk | Office Support Lead-Deputy City Clerk City of Plymouth From: Hongying Cui <hongycui@hotmail.com> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2023 11:52 AM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov>; Info <info@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Seeking Confirmation and Expressing Concerns About Site Plan for Eagle Brook Church To whom it may concern, Some people who received this message don't often get email from hongycui@hotmail.com. Learn why this is important 4 359 2 I am writing to seek information and express my concerns regarding the proposed Eagle Brook Church project at the intersection of Chankahda Trl and Maple Grove Parkway. I recently came across this information on the social media platform Nextdoor and wanted to verify its accuracy with the city. Could you please confirm whether the proposed Eagle Brook Church is under consideration at the mentioned location? As a concerned resident, I would appreciate any details you can share about the current status of the project and the relevant approval process. Additionally, I would like to express my concerns about the potential implications of such a project on our residential area. The fact that a similar plan from the same church was rejected by the City of Corcoran raises questions about the suitability of the current location in Plymouth, especially considering the close proximity to the two proposed locations. Could you please provide information about the appropriate channels and contacts within the City of Plymouth that I can communicate with regarding this matter? I would appreciate any guidance you can provide in this regard. Thanks, Hongying 360 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Thursday, September 7, 2023 7:43 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fw: Eagle Brook Church From: Bill Ward <oufdah@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 6, 2023 11:41 PM To: Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church [You don't often get email from oufdah@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hi Chloe, I live off Dunkirk and Chankada and just heard about the proposed 60,000 sq ft church campus. Plymouth has done a great job with the development in this area to date, successfully balancing between neighborhoods, schools and natural spaces. Eagle Brook should have the campus they would like to build. However, a facility of this size is not complimentary to the wonderful planning that has been accomplished in the area of the proposed site. An appropriate location would be near comparable facilities, such as along highway 55, or 494 for example. I wish you the best in your and the city’s evaluation of the proposal. Regards, Bill Ward 5 361 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:50 AM To:Shawn Drill; Chloe McGuire Subject:FW: Peony and 47 intersection proposal/EBC Attachments:Jeremy Nichols 2023.09.04 EBC Letter.docx FYI Lori Sommers, AICP, LEED AP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5457 - Fax: 763.509.5407 From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:27 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Peony and 47 intersection proposal/EBC FYI Dave Callister | City Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763-509-5301 www.plymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Jeremy Nichols <jeremy.h.nichols@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, September 4, 2023 4:01 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Peony and 47 intersection proposal/EBC [Some people who received this message don't often get email from jeremy.h.nichols@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Dear Mayor Wosje and Councilors McGregor, Peterson, Davis, Pointner, Gregor and Willis, Please see my attached Word document, containing input on the recent Eaglebrook Church proposal for the corners of Peony and 47. This is a very similar proposal to one the Corcoran council dealt with in 2020 and the Minnetonka council dealt with in 2022. I was heavily involved in the Corcoran submission because it bordered my property, and am now on the Corcoran city council. The Corcoran council recently adopted code updates to require a sliding scale of buffers for assembly uses in residential zones and established requirements for the kinds of roads assembly uses must access. My hope is to provide you with a primer for the decision you will be asked to make to ensure you understand the 6 362 2 options you have and what distractions you can expect to encounter. Feel free to reach out if you would like to discuss anything further. Best regards, Jeremy Nichols 612-501-3684 363 Dear Major Wosje and City Councilors, I am writing you to share my experience in working with Eagle Brook Church (EBC) at their initial site proposal in Corcoran 1 mile west of the current proposal on Chakhanda Trail and Peony Ln N. I am currently a city councilor in Corcoran. I was elected in 2020 as 3/5 of the Corcoran city council (including its mayor) were defeated at the polls due to widespread issues with zoning and land use, especially with approving incompatible land uses near residential neighborhoods. Having now been on the Corcoran council for 3.5 years, and having worked with staff to draft code updates to better communicate the appropriate scale for assembly uses in residential districts, I wanted to share some perspectives that Plymouth may benefit from. Similar to Plymouth’s work on the Walmart proposal with Four Seasons Mall, you should expect a lot of heated conversations and divergent viewpoints. Also similar to the Walmart proposal, your city has wide latitude to choose how to assess the proposal and its impact on residents. Your code has some very clear language in the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) requirements that you have every right, power and justification to apply, and a good deal of the challenges for those of us in Corcoran was getting the council to understand and apply that authority for the benefit of the city. The Corcoran EBC controversy started with EBC presenting a concept to city council and receiving positive feedback and a welcoming reception from the council. It was ultimately rejected due to the realization that the traffic volume generated would overwhelm the single lane access roads and create too great a burden on residential infrastructure that was not built for surges in traffic flow that such a facility would generate. The decision making process was extremely contentious, with EBC members from all over the metro writing and calling in to try to convince the Corcoran council that the well-meaning impact of the organization meant it should be approved without any regard for the requirements of the CUP. In reality, Corcoran residents found CUP requirements were violated in literally 17 different ways. Having reviewed the new site location, it is similarly at a intersection of single lane roadways in a heavily residential area, with at least 4 established city neighborhoods with only uncontrolled single access points that would be effectively blocked by church entrance and exit traffic when services turn over across the weekend. This is also similar to a site proposed by EBC in Minnetonka, which was rejected by that city. Based on recent EBC sermons and talking points appearing on social media, it appears they are trying to redouble their efforts to overwhelm the people who actually live near their proposed sites with comments about them being “good for the community” or “better than something else going in th e location”. As you begin on this path, I wanted to provide context and advice on the framework to apply: 1.) The choice you will be asked to make is not a vote up or down on churches in general, or this church specifically. It is a vote on whether this proposal meets the criteria of the Plymouth CUP standards which are designed to ensure compatibility for uses outside of the permitted use. If Plymouth wanted all assembly uses to be accepted, the use would be in the permitted use section of the code for the zone. 2.) You will hear a lot of comments about good experiences with this specific church. Most of these people will be from outside of the area affected, but the code is intended to protect the people in the affected area. These arguments are distractions and should not hold sway. 3.) Ensure the traffic study is performed by experts in traffic generation studies using the Intersection Capacity Utilization (ICU) Method. Also, ensure the traffic study looks at all of the uncontrolled intersections to identify wait times for residents trying to navigate the area during service times. In Corcoran, the traffic study was compromised by being run with a tool intended for generating signal light timing and intersection performance, but the software tool’s manual explicitly stated it was not appropriate for the kind of study needed and performed. The timing based models used in Syncho and Sim Traffic and per the HCM are 3x less accurate than the ICU approach. Because there are at least 5 neighborhoods with only 1 uncontrolled outlet to Peony or Chankahda, you need to understand the timing and frequency of gaps in the traffic during the changeover times between services in order to decide if there is sufficient infrastructure to support the proposed use. (Plymouth code 21015.04 subd. 1 & 2) 364 4.) Scale: You will also hear a lot of comments about churches belonging in neighborhoods. Often, these people will not live in the neighborhoods impacted. This is really a matter of scale, small churches fit in wonderfully, but larger ones with their greater surge traffic fit better in areas with greater road capacity and traffic control. No matter how many police are hired to direct traffic, road capacity remains fixed. Large lots with 750 cars coming and 750 cars going over a 20 minute period are more than single lane roads far from a highway can comfortably accommodate. The importance of scale needs to be communicated- large scale uses require large scale road infrastructure, while smaller scales may not. 5.) Impact on adjacent property: Part of the difficulty with the Corcoran site was that wetlands at the road boundaries pushed the parking and building close to existing residential property. Some homes would have been less than 200 feet from the proposed 10 acre parking lot. This is an artists’ rendition of how that would have fit: 365 This design did not allow adequate screening as even tall trees and berms would not be able to provide an effective visual barrier given the extent of the site. The Plymouth site also has wetland and impermeable C/D soils that will create a need for large of stormwater areas. This could shift the plan toward existing Plymouth homes. Plymouth city code 21015.04 subd. 6 and 11 apply here. 366 6.) Level of discretion: In Corcoran, at the outset of the EBC proposal there was concern that the federal RLUPA law would require the city to agree to essentially any development proposal advanced by a religious nonprofit corporation. This understanding is incorrect. What it must not do is treat the applicant any differently than it would any other applicant. But, the city is able to make judgements, subjectively or objectively, as to the bearing of its ordinance requirements on the application. It does not need to ignore its requirements because of what kind of entity submitted the application. Instead, it has an obligation to balance the interests of existing residents against those of an applicant. If it makes a reasoned decision that promotes public health, safety and welfare, its actions will be sustained. 7.) You will also hear a lot of statements about schools, school traffic, and residential traffic and how there is a school in this area already. Having driven by Meadow Ridge Elementary, even with a comparatively small drop off population there is considerable traffic generated onto a single lane road, and it is a very challenging and dangerous intersection because it is hard to access Chankahda from that parking lot. The EBC parking lot (and traffic volume) will be a factor of 3-4 times Meadow Ridge. While this site may accommodate up to ~100 homes as currently zoned, residential traffic is not subject to the same weekend surges of high intensity use, and residential road networks are already designed for this type and volume of vehicles. You should also keep in mind that you do not have to choose between competing plans- there is only one plan to consider, and your code is well configured to guide you to consider the right factors in making any future decisions. Naturally, this decision is ultimately up to you- you will be the ones who must make the hard calls and decide what is right for Plymouth. My hope is that this framework will help you process the feedback you will receive and make the best choice. Best regards, Jeremy Nichols 367 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:51 AM To:Chloe McGuire; Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church Opposition FYI Lori Sommers, AICP, LEED AP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5457 - Fax: 763.509.5407 From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:43 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Eagle Brook Church Opposition From: Molly Allene <molly.allenew@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 5, 2023 1:03 PM To: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov>; Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov>; Julie Peterson <jpeterson@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Christine Morgan <christine.morgan223@gmail.com> Subject: Eagle Brook Church Opposition Good afternoon, My name is Molly Wierman and I live at 1535 Black Oaks Lane N. I'm writing in firm opposition to the proposed land purchase by Eagle Brook Church ANYWHERE in the town of Plymouth. I have friends who live near their location in Lino Lakes and they tell me the traffic caused by this mega church is a nightmare. We do not need any more traffic issues on this major artery to the suburbs north of us. We also do not need a tax- exempt organization taking up valuable land and resources without giving back to Plymouth via taxes. We know statistically these orgs use more than they give in towns and there are better uses for that land. There are MANY churches within a mile of that land. Our town does not need a mega church added to our population of non-taxed entities clogging up traffic and using up resources our tax dollars pay for. Please vote No against this land grab. Thank you, Molly Wierman Christine Morgan Some people who received this message don't often get email from molly.allenew@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 7 368 2 Gabriel Bunch 1535 Black Oaks Lane N. 369 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:52 AM To:Shawn Drill; Chloe McGuire Subject:FW: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church FYI Lori Sommers, AICP, LEED AP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5457 - Fax: 763.509.5407 From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:44 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church From: Neela Saikrishnan <neelakantan@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:16 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church Hello, I have been a Plymouth resident for 10 years, and live off Chankhada Trail. Over this time, I have steadily watched as acres of green space have been built over, primarily for residential developments. The latest attempt to convert farmland off Chankhada Trail for a megachurch only takes this one step further. I became aware of an attempt by Eagle Brook Church to build a megachurch across from the Meadow Ridge Elementary School. I am shocked at the attempt by this organization to plant such a large structure, causing significant challenges with traffic and environmental issues. As you may be aware, a similar proposal was voted down by Corcoran, about a mile west of the proposed site for these exact reasons. Similarly, Minnetonka also voted down a proposal for a megachurch. There is no reason that Plymouth as to bear the brunt of this development, when better sense prevailed in our neighbouring cities. A megachurch at this location is unsuitable, I implore and strongly encourage you to vote down this proposal when it comes to your attention. Thank you Neela Saikrishnan -- Some people who received this message don't often get email from neelakantan@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 8 370 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Thursday, September 7, 2023 10:02 AM To:Chris Kellett Subject:RE: Proposed Eagle Brook Church Hi Chris – What’s your address? I’ll add this to our records. Thanks, Chloe Chloe McGuire, AICP (she/her) | Planning and Development Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5452 Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Chris Kellett <chriskellett@ymail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 9:25 AM To: Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed Eagle Brook Church Hi Chloe! I’m a Plymouth resident who lives just down the road in the Serenity on the Greenway neighborhood from the proposed Eagle Brook Church development, and wanted to reach out with my two cents. Our family are members of the church, and we’ve been waiting years for an opportunity for land like this. Just because we’ve been waiting however, doesn’t mean the opportunity is a given, and I can sense that in the recent Fox9 article. With that said, one voice from the article that states the land should be preserved as well as local roads and traffic being issues for this development. Where I am at a loss with these two concerns is that the very land this persons home sits on, who assumably lives near by, was itself developed as has most farmland in Plymouth. If the owner of the land doesn’t sell to Eagle Brook - we can likely bet our last dollar they’ll sell to a residential development. In that case, the traffic with homes will be coming and going day in and day out versus mostly on the weekends. It’s easy to oppose what many would consider a “mega church”, however when the onion is peeled back I’m guessing there will be less daily traffic and many local blessings from a church that gives back tremendously to its community. Hoping a bit of support helps, and THANK YOU for all you do for our community! You don't often get email from chriskellett@ymail.com. Learn why this is important 9 371 2 Chris Kellett Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone 372 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Thursday, September 7, 2023 1:44 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: New development FYI From: Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 11:52 AM To: Michael Thompson <mthompson@plymouthmn.gov>; Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Re: New development Thank you! I appreciate your help!! Sent from my T-Mobile 5G Device Get Outlook for Android From: Michael Thompson <mthompson@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, September 7, 2023 11:46:21 AM To: Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov>; Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: RE: New development Hi Julie, There are no plans that I am aware that MnDOT is considering at the Fish Lake interchange. Any proposed developments such as Prudential would have a negligible impact on 494. The local roads have been studied with the EAW process and was shown to work fine with a full build out of the site. The engineering team reviews all proposals to ensure traffic flow works properly. You can certainly refer this resident to me if he wants to talk in any more detail. Michael Thompson, P.E. | Public Works Director From: Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Wednesday, September 6, 2023 7:00 PM To: Michael Thompson <mthompson@plymouthmn.gov>; Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Fwd: New development Hi Micheal, I am not aware of conversations on the road plans, can you help me? Thanks, Julie Sent from my T-Mobile 5G Device Get Outlook for Android 10 373 2 From: bradysather@aol.com <bradysather@aol.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 6, 2023 6:46:14 PM To: Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: New development Council member Julie, I have recently heard about 2 major developments that will be increasing traffic on 494 during and after construction and therefore Northwest Blvd and local roads during rush hour, it will increase the already loud road noise for and particulate matter. I heard that Eagle Brook first wanted to build in Minnetonka but the people of the city said "no". Therefore, they are looking at property near Wayzata High School. Then there is the proposed development of the Prudential property that will significantly increase traffic in the Fish Lake interchange and the surrounding area. I have heard talk through the years of constructing a road to the west of 494 much like 610 that runs north of 694. I would like to know of any plans of developing a western bypass of the Fish Lake interchange if these two projects are seriously considered. Is there an upcoming community meeting about these 3 possible developments? Thank you, S. Brady Sather You don't often get email from bradysather@aol.com. Learn why this is important 374 1 Shawn Drill From:Webmail - Planning Sent:Monday, September 11, 2023 8:11 AM To:Chloe McGuire Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church VOTE NO !! Jennifer Harmer | Permit Technician City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 https://gcc02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.plymouthmn.gov%2F&data=05%7C01%7Cc mcguire%40plymouthmn.gov%7C85edb8bd52be4795b9c208dbb2c881f2%7Cbf6d566f483b411ca4c654bc2edc438b%7C 0%7C0%7C638300346485728033%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1 haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=HhGM0VMpvHsCE3hacsyABn89DwZVFZXpSnrtLPoI4hE%3D&res erved=0 -----Original Message----- From: Kelly Klick <kklick16@gmail.com> Sent: Saturday, September 9, 2023 7:36 PM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church VOTE NO !! [You don't often get email from kklick16@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hi there I am a Plymouth Tax Payer and I DONT WANT THIS CHURCH to be built on old County Road 47!! Too much traffic and congestion. This is not a place for this huge church and parking ramp!! Tell them to go find another area just like Minnetonka and Corcoran did!! Kelly Klick 13805 54th Ave No Plymouth Sent from my iPhone 11 375 1 Shawn Drill From:Liz Robley <robley.liz@gmail.com> Sent:Saturday, September 9, 2023 12:32 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Yes to EBC building [You don't often get email from robley.liz@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hello - we are emailing in support of building the new church(Eagle Brook) in Plymouth off of hwy 47 (Chankadha) and peony. We have lived not too far from the site for 25 years and we see it as a positive addition to our community. Please grant any necessary approvals to move forward with plans to develop the land with the proposed church construction. Thank you, Liz & Craig Robley 18225 48th Ave N Plymouth Sent from my iPhone 12 376 1 Shawn Drill From:Erika Adams <erikaadams1@yahoo.com> Sent:Friday, September 8, 2023 12:01 PM To:Webmail - Planning; Chloe McGuire; Kip Berglund; Shawn Drill; Lori Sommers Subject:No EBC! I urge you all to deny Eagle Brook Church from building in Plymouth. A mega-church is the last thing we need in the location they have proposed, especially one that is discriminatory and doesn't pay taxes. I would love to see more affordable housing or green space. Further, churches like this have been shown to reduce the value around them in the past. Do you think all those that bought the new houses around where this would go will be ok with that? Let's take a stand, just like Minnetonka and Corcoran did and leave them to find a different spot. Thanks, Erika Adams You don't often get email from erikaadams1@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important 13 377 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 9:49 AM To:Chloe McGuire; Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Cancel Request - Eagle Brook Project (Plymouth) FYI From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 9:40 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Cancel Request - Eagle Brook Project (Plymouth) FYI From: Ben Steger <benjaminsteger22@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 9:39 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Cancel Request - Eagle Brook Project (Plymouth) Hello, I wanted to reach out to share some concerns with you that I have regarding the Eagle Brook project in northwest Plymouth (north of Meadow Ridge, west of Peony/Maple Grove Pkwy). As a property owner, tax payer, and resident in the directly adjacent neighborhood to this section of land, I feel that the project poses a number of risks and adverse impacts to my family and neighbors that I would like to avoid! I believe that the rezoning and development of the large Eagle Brook facility in this area will lead to: 1) increased traffic surges and delays - Peony Ln is a critical access route with few convenient alternatives 2) increase risk of vehicle collisions and personal injury (many children and adults run/bike along Peony) 3) increase light/noise pollution 4) decrease value of neighboring properties I recognize the likelihood that the land will be developed, and would much prefer the land be used for parks and recreation, single family housing, or educational facilities, any of which would be better suited for this community than a megachurch. Myself and my neighbors are proud to be members of this community and are grateful to be able to share our voice with you. Thank you for all you do for the city of Plymouth! Ben Steger 6251 Queensland Lane N Some people who received this message don't often get email from benjaminsteger22@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 14 378 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:18 AM To:Chloe McGuire; Shawn Drill Subject:FW: No to Proposed Location for Eagle Brook. FYI -----Original Message----- From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:02 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: No to Proposed Location for Eagle Brook. Dave Callister | City Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763-509-5301 wwwwplymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life -----Original Message----- From: John Evans <evans.johnrichard@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 9:49 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: No to Proposed Location for Eagle Brook. [Some people who received this message don't often get email from evans.johnrichard@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] I am a Plymouth resident that lives by the proposed location for Eagle Brook Church. I urge you to please vote no to the current proposed location for Eagle Brook Church. In other cities, they operate in commercial and industrial areas. I support the church wanting to find a permanent home in Plymouth, but please follow the lead of Minnetonka and Corcoran, who decided that residential neighborhoods are not the best locations for a facility like this. 15 379 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:19 AM To:Chloe McGuire; Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Concern over EBC Proposed Development FYI -----Original Message----- From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:02 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Concern over EBC Proposed Development Dave Callister | City Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763-509-5301 wwwwplymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life -----Original Message----- From: Rachel Raiola <rar.dsouza@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 9:52 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Concern over EBC Proposed Development [Some people who received this message don't often get email from rar.dsouza@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Good morning, My name is Rachel and I am emailing to express my concern and opposition over the proposed development of EagleBrook Church. My family and I live at 18516 58th pl n in Plymouth, a neighborhood next to Meadow Ridge Elementary. We are VERY concerned about the proposed development causing increased traffic, not only on Sunday’s but any other day of the week the church may hold an event, or rent out to other groups. We used to live in Eden Prairie next to Grace Church and learned quickly it was not just Sunday service traffic congestion. It’s also Wednesday night youth groups, holiday concerts, graduations etc. Our fear is this will cause increased traffic on 47/peony as well as Troy Ln our major cross street. Troy is very curvy and people already speed up and down the hill, there are no sidewalks near the barn and those commuting to the church would use that road as a cut through. This could cause congestion as well as additional safety concerns. 16 380 2 This is a HORRIBLE location for a mega church, it is a neighborhood. We do NOT want this in our neighborhood. They need to find a more commercial location. Thank you, Rachel D’Souza 381 1 Shawn Drill From:Christina Lindholm <christinajlindholm@gmail.com> Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:29 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Re: Oppose Eagle Brook Church Hello, I live in the neighborhood directly behind where this church would be off of fieldstone. 6338 Ranier Ln N, Maple Grove, MN 55311 On Tue, Sep 12, 2023, 11:59 AM Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Christina, what is your address, so we have it for the record? Thanks, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Christina Lindholm <christinajlindholm@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 9:47 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Oppose Eagle Brook Church Hello, I am writing today to express concerns over the mega church trying to come into our residential area. My entire neighborhood is against this. We do not want that massive industrial building and the traffic to come with in our nice residential area. If something must be built in the area we would all prefer it to be something to benefit our community like a few more houses, a park, or perhaps a middle school that we so badly need. Please do not let them into our residential part of our community. There are so many other places that they could build closer to 55 where that traffic is common. Thanks for caring. Christina Lindholm 612-986-4918 Some people who received this message don't often get email from christinajlindholm@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 17 382 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:08 PM To:Lori Sommers Subject:FW: Yes to EBC From: James Imsdahl <james.imsdahl@yahoo.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:01 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Yes to EBC Hello, I'm a Plymouth resident of 2 years. I love Plymouth and the people. I've also been attending EBC for 10 years and it's an organization that truly cares about serving people of the community. I believe EBC in Plymouth would be a positive for the city just as it's been for Lino Lakes. I have a good friend who lived half mile from the Lino location and had reservations about a church going up down the road from his home however after it was built the way the services times are staggered the traffic wasn't bad as he imagined it might be. Thank you for your time, Jim Imsdahl Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android Some people who received this message don't often get email from james.imsdahl@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important 18 383 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:12 PM To:Lori Sommers Subject:FW: Please Support Eagle Brook Church -----Original Message----- From: Melissa Imsdahl <melimsdahl@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:11 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov>; Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Please Support Eagle Brook Church [Some people who received this message don't often get email from melimsdahl@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hello! I am writing to ask that you support Eagle Brook Church in building a campus in Plymouth. I have been a member of EBC for more than a decade and am currently a Plymouth resident that volunteers in their kids Sunday morning services. EBC is an amazing partner to have in our community. The church and leadership team truly cares about the community they serve. I have two kids in the Wayzata public schools and they are looking for a church that they can invite friends to as well as meet new friends from their community. We have been attending the Wayzata campus since it opened and have not seen any detrimental impact on the neighbors or neighborhood when it comes to traffic on Sunday mornings. I truly believe this will be a blessing to our community. Thank you for your support! Mel Imsdahl Sent from my iPhone 19 384 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 11:35 AM To:Shawn Drill; Chloe McGuire Subject:FW: Opposition to Eagle Book FYI From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:36 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Opposition to Eagle Book From: Lauren Schnobrich <Lauren@SchnobrichLaw.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:15 AM To: Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov>; Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: dtschnobs12@gmail.com Subject: Opposition to Eagle Book Hi Ms. McGregor: My husband and two daughters live near Meadow Ridge Elementary Schools. I am writing to express my opposition to the Eagle Brook church as my family (nor any of my neighbors that I have encountered) want Eagle Brook building a 70,000 square foot building in a residential neighborhood. This is an inappropriate location for any facility of this size. I am concerned about a number of things including, but not limited to: increased traffic; the safety concerns and environmental concerns associated with increased traffic; noise and light concerns; the two story building being an eyesore; and general concerns about a tax free organization being allowed to purchase this volume of land. Having Eagle Brook in our neighborbood would negatively impact our quality of life (and likely home values). I am glad to hear Eagle Brook has been turned away in Corcoran and Minnetonka for similar reasons. We moved into this neighborhood so we would have the experience of a safe and peaceful residential neighborhood. Allowing Eagle Brook in the community would be in direct opposition to the wishes of the residents. I appreciate you taking this feedback into consideration. Sincerely, Lauren Lauren Schnobrich, Attorney 763-299-7830 | lauren@schnobrichlaw.com Some people who received this message don't often get email from lauren@schnobrichlaw.com. Learn why this is important 20 385 1 Shawn Drill From:Lori Sommers Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 11:35 AM To:Chloe McGuire; Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church FYI From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:37 AM To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Eagle Brook Church Dave Callister | City Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763-509-5301 www.plymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Becky McBreen <beckymuyres@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 10:26 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church Good morning, I am writing in opposition of Eagle Brook Church building a 'church' in a residential neighborhood in our wonderful city. Please follow Corcoran and Minnetonka by not allowing this atrocity to plague that neighborhood. It would be an embarrassment to our city to allow them to build here - especially considering they are a tax-exempt organization and would not contribute financially to our community. And thank you for finally tearing down the Four Seasons Mall, my neighborhood really appreciates it. Thank you, Becky McBreen 3635 Trenton Ln N, Plymouth, MN 55441 Some people who received this message don't often get email from beckymuyres@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 21 386 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 1:57 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Chankahda Trail: Historical markers and more Dave Callister | City Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763-509-5301 www.plymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 1:31 PM To: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Fwd: Chankahda Trail: Historical markers and more Audrey sent to individual council members so making sure you see this. Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: From: Audrey Britton <audreybritton@outlook.com> Date: September 11, 2023 at 1:41:18 PM CDT To: Clark Gregor <cgregor@plymouthmn.gov>, Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov>, Julie Peterson <jpeterson@plymouthmn.gov>, Jim Willis <jwillis@plymouthmn.gov>, Jim Davis <jdavis@plymouthmn.gov>, Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov>, Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Chankahda Trail: Historical markers and more We are thrilled Plymouth is home to Chankahda Trail. The night we learned the name of the road, made me and many others proud of our city and proud of our city council for their representation. It remains a point of pride in our city. We understand the city is planning sidewalks, bike lanes and safety measures. Wonderful! We are also requesting historical markers and protections for nearby wetlands and open space. I’ve inquired about this previously but do not believe I’ve made a written request. 22 387 2 Doing so would honor the original inhabitants who lived in Minnesota for thousands of years before being forcibly removed in 1862. (I learned last weekend that Minnesota is home to the oldest known Dakota person. Her remains are 15,000 years old.) There is a large parcel of land along Chankahda Trail. Of course a large park with walking/bike trails would be wonderful but, perhaps, not possible. Perhaps senior homes and affordable housing that embraces open spaces and parks. It’s a great opportunity to plant trees, too. I’m not a planner, of course but can imagine the entire area from the beginning to the end of “the trail” becoming something Plymouth could be known for and Plymouth residents proud of. Commercial use, large buildings… seem like such a misfit for Chankahda Trail, especially as the city considers bike trails and paths. It’s unfortunate timing that I’ve recently learned of plans for a large church on the open land along Chankahda Trail. While this church may or may not be a good fit for Plymouth and Plymouth’s strategic plan, it would be heartbreaking to see it developed along Chankahda Trail when it is antithetical to the ways of the Dakota people. Thank you for all your work, Audrey -Audrey Britton 12500 53rd Ave North Plymouth MN 55442 388 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 2:01 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: No Eaglebrook Mega Church in Plymouth From: Shan Wan <shan.wan@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 2:00 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: No Eaglebrook Mega Church in Plymouth Hi, Plymouth City leaders, As a Plymouth resident living close to Chakahandra Trail, I and my family are extremely concerned about the potential build of Eagle Brook Church off Chankahda Trail. A Mega Church doesn't belong to this quiet residential area. The traffic, noise, negative impact to the wetland and environment are dangerous to the community- not mentioning it significantly drags down the property value of all the adjacent housing. We moved to Plymouth in 2018, and really enjoyed the beautiful neighbourhood Plymouth provides. If this Mega church is built, we will definitely sell our house and move to another area. So please help us to maintain our great community and block the EBC plan. Thank you for listening to our concerns, thousands of neighbours feel the same way. Shan Wan Some people who received this message don't often get email from shan.wan@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 23 389 1 Shawn Drill From:PAUL R <SATHERPR@msn.com> Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 2:06 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Re: Mega church 17809 70th Place No Maple Grove MN 55311 Sent from my iPhone > On Sep 12, 2023, at 1:48 PM, Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: > > What is your address, so we have it for the record? --Also, they will not be proposing an outside amphitheater. Thanks, > > Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner > City of Plymouth, MN > Phone: 763P50955456 > > -----Original Message----- > From: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> > Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 11:42 AM > To: Lori Sommers <lsommers@plymouthmn.gov> > Subject: FW: Mega church > > > -----Original Message----- > From: PAUL R <satherpr@msn.com> > Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 11:40 AM > To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> > Subject: Mega church > > [Some people who received this message don't often get email from satherpr@msn.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] > > I have nothing against building a new church of a reasonable size. This proposed mega church is way to large and will cause a multitude of traffic and other problems. This proposal for an outside amphitheater is crazy. Who wants to be forced to listen to the music or whatever they air. It's like if your neighbor turned his classical music way up but you like country or some other music. Stop or reduce the size of this church. > > Sent from my iPhone 24 390 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 2:54 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church proposal in Plymouth From: Phil Hoch <philhoch26@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 2:42 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church proposal in Plymouth Hello, I am writing to express my concerns over the Eagle Brook Church plan to build in NW Plymouth. I live nearby in the Westin Ridge neighborhood, and can only see the downside in this proposal. 1. There will be severe traffic jams every weekend. Even in smaller churches like St. Philip the Deacon on Hwy. 6, the police need to be there to manage the flow. And that church is MUCH smaller than the proposed plan for EB. This will be crazy, even if they went with a smaller footprint. 2. Safety of residents will be compromised because of the influx of traffic. What is currently a nice walking/biking path along Chankhada Trail will become a game of Frogger for families to dodge cars. Meadow Ridge Elementary is right across the street. I'm sure EB will respond that services are on weekends, but mega churches like that have programming throughout the week, putting more people at risk of traffic incidents on most days. 3. Adding a mega church "holding company" will hurt existing churches, pulling members from the smaller ones. Think of this like a Wal-Mart coming into a small town and taking business away from established small business. People are drawn to the next shiny object. When they realize it is just a money making business, will they stay? 4. I get that the land on which they want to build won't remain a field forever, and our view will be ruined by something or another, but having a mega church doesn't solve any problems. It just adds a contentious new neighbor that will divide the community. People are very heated over this proposal, and allowing this to pass will degrade the quality of life in Plymouth. Thank you, Phil Hoch 612-232-1901 Some people who received this message don't often get email from philhoch26@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 25 391 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 4:03 PM To:Webmail - Planning; mike.louis@protonmail.com Cc:Shawn Drill Subject:RE: Proposed Eagle Brook Church Inquiry via Website Hi Mike – Thanks for your kind email. You are correct that no formal development plans have been filed/applied for yet. That being said, yes, we do have a traffic study application. The traffic study is owned by the city (we are the “applicant”) and paid for by the developer, in this case, Eagle Brook Church. We take an escrow for this of $12,500 which is the typical cost for this. If the costs go over, the developer (EBC) would pay the overage. We don’t have the study yet, so I can’t tell you the full amount or any posted charges at this point, but I hope that’s helpful information. Please let me know if we can get you anything else! Thanks, Chloe Chloe McGuire, AICP (she/her) | Planning and Development Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5452 From: Mike Louis <mike.louis@protonmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 2:54 PM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed Eagle Brook Church Inquiry via Website Hello, By way of introduction, I am a resident of Plymouth, at 4565 Glacier Lane North. First, let me say that I’m sorry that your department is going to get caught up in this mess. I also realize that, as far as I know, nothing has been filed with the city for the proposed development of Eagle Brook Church near Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. However, I do have a few questions. Eagle Brook Chruch Sr. Pastor Mike Emmert, stated to KSTP on Sunday that they (EBC) were already working with the city and the city was doing a comprehensive traffic study that EBC would pay for. Please share with me the details of the work that the city is doing or planning to do and what communications have occurred with EBC, if there have been any. As things stand right now, I am opposed to the building of this church because in part I believe that they will grow in size and add a significant amount of unplanned for traffic onto Chankahda trail and in the neighborhoods nearby. You don't often get email from mike.louis@protonmail.com. Learn why this is important 26 392 2 Best Regards, Mike Louis 4565 Glacier Lane N Sent from Proton Mail for iOS 393 1 Shawn Drill From:Molly.Kramer <Molly.Kramer@target.com> Sent:Wednesday, September 13, 2023 1:33 PM To:Chloe McGuire; Kip Berglund; Shawn Drill; Lori Sommers Cc:Molly.Kramer Subject:EBC Opposition Dear Members of Plymouth Planning, I hope this letter finds you well. I want to begin by expressing my deep appreciation for the hard work and dedication you all put into making our community a better place. I am writing to share some concerns and sentiments regarding a matter that has recently come to my attention—the potential construction of an Eagle Brook Mega Church on Maple Grove Parkway and Chankahda Trail. Approximately two weeks ago, I became aware of discussions surrounding this project, even though no formal proposal has been submitted as of yet. Despite the absence of any concrete plans, I feel compelled to share my apprehensions with you proactively. A decade ago, when I first made my home in this area, it was evident that our community was flourishing at a rapid pace. It was, and still is, a beautiful place that offers the convenience of accessibility to downtown while maintaining a cherished small-town atmosphere. At that time, the land that now houses Meadow Ridge Elementary School was dotted with farm fields. We understood that development was inevitable, but we took solace in knowing that the comprehensive plan designated this area for residential use. However, my feelings of comfort were shaken approximately two weeks ago when I saw various communications, media coverage, and announcements from Eagle Brook Church that seemed to suggest they were poised to become our new neighbors. While I understand that no official proposals or approvals have been made, the sudden prospect of a 70,000 sq ft building and an 180,000 sq ft parking lot next to my home was jarring. My expectations were for residential neighbors who would contribute to the community in ways similar to our existing residents. The thought of such a substantial departure from the comprehensive plan deeply concerns me, as it could significantly affect the enjoyment and use of our home. Moreover, I worry about the potential impact on property values due to the size of the building, parking lot, and increased traffic. Beyond the incongruence of a mega-church amidst our residential neighborhoods, my concerns extend to the issue of traffic. Currently, the Church draws around 1,200 in-person attendees on Sundays. The pastor has hinted at the possibility of doubling or even tripling this number with a permanent site. The prospect of 3,600 people trying to access the site on a Sunday morning raises serious concerns about traffic congestion. I am also troubled by the potential for events and services on Wednesdays and Saturdays, as seen at other Eagle Brook campuses. This could lead to additional Some people who received this message don't often get email from molly.kramer@target.com. Learn why this is important 27 394 2 traffic challenges, not only at the church's entrance/exit but also in adjacent neighborhoods as commuters seek alternate routes to avoid congestion on Maple Grove Parkway. Fieldstone Blvd and Elm Rd, quiet roadways in neighboring areas, may experience increased traffic as people detour to bypass delays near the Church. Additionally, the impact on CR 47 and CR 101, which are already busy, is worrisome with the possibility of tripled attendance. In addition to zoning, building size, and traffic, I also have concerns about the proposed parking lot. The presence of parking lots on multiple sides of the building could result in unwanted light pollution in adjacent neighborhoods. For safety reasons, well-lit parking lots can be expected, and with our home facing one of these proposed lots, it may affect the tranquility of our surroundings. In conclusion, I kindly urge you to consider the potential consequences of allowing Eagle Brook Church to move forward with their proposal. Our existing community's character, traffic patterns, and the quality of life for residents like myself hang in the balance. Your thoughtful consideration of these concerns would mean a great deal to our community. With heartfelt regards, Molly Kramer 17865 62nd Ave N 395 1 Shawn Drill From:Melissa Kollasch <kollaschmelissa@gmail.com> Sent:Wednesday, September 13, 2023 3:43 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Re: Eaglebrook Church 17095 72nd Ave N, Maple Grove On Wed, Sep 13, 2023 at 8:24 AM Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: What is your address, so we have it for the record? Thanks, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Melissa Kollasch <kollaschmelissa@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 4:52 PM To: Grant Fernelius <gfernelius@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eaglebrook Church Hi Me. Fernelius- I am writing to express my concern over the proposed Eaglebrook church site near my home. The increase traffic and likely decrease in property values are a big concern for me. I also would rather we used the land for something that would create a tax revenue stream like housing or business development rather than bring in a church that doesn’t provide and tax revenue and doesn’t believe in the diversity, equity, and inclusion that this city believes in. I would strongly recommend you not move forward with this proposal as it would cause much more harm to the community that good. Sincerely, Melissa Kollasch You don't often get email from kollaschmelissa@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 28 396 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Friday, September 1, 2023 9:10 AM To:Brian Mrugala Cc:Shawn Drill Subject:RE: Eagle Brook Church Proposal Hi Brian – There is no formal proposal at this time. Thanks for your comments. Thanks, Chloe Chloe McGuire, AICP (she/her) | Planning and Development Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5452 Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Brian Mrugala <bmrugala70@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, September 1, 2023 9:06 AM To: Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church Proposal Hi Chloe, As a member of Eagle Brook Church who attends at Wayzata High School, I fully support the proposal to build a church on the site in Plymouth. I hope the proposal receives quick city approval at the Planning Commission And City Council meetings. Thank you. Brian Mrugala You don't often get email from bmrugala70@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 29 397 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Thursday, August 31, 2023 8:56 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church on Chankandah From: Webmail - Planning <Planning@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2023 8:17 AM To: Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: FW: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church on Chankandah Jennifer Harmer | Permit Technician City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 www.plymouthmn.gov From: Natalya Mudry <natalyamarion@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2023 7:24 PM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church on Chankandah Hello City of Plymouth, I’m just writing to voice my opinion on the potential build of Eagle Brook Church on Chankandah Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. I strongly oppose this consideration as it will be incredibly disruptive to the area - traffic, noise, light. I live in a nearby subdivision, Bonaire, and it’s already hard enough as it is to take a left turn onto Maple Grove Parkway in the direction of the fire station. I hear people say “it’ll only be on Sundays”, but I truly do not believe a brand new beautiful church facility will only be used one day per week - it will be several days per week! With the design of one entry/exit to this facility, there will be a considerable disruption to traffic patterns in both directions. I think it’s great that Eagle Brook Church operates out of Wayzata High School right now! Let’s keep using that big beautiful building we pay taxes on. One more opinion I have is “Doesn’t this area have enough freakin churches?” I want to know what the churches per capita are in this area. Holy moly. Thank you, Natalya Mudry Sent from my iPhone You don't often get email from natalyamarion@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 30 398 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 1:54 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church FYI From: Shelby Byron <sjkamrowski@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:50 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Fwd: Eagle Brook Church Hello, I'm writing today to express my opposition to the building of Eagle Brook Church on Chankahda Trail. I live off Chankahda Trail and feel this proposed building will negatively impact my daily life and the surrounding community. Simply, the proposed church location is too residential and the area is not suitable for a church that will bring that volume of people. The residents of Plymouth do not want a mega church in their residential community. Best, Shelby Byron Some people who received this message don't often get email from sjkamrowski@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 31 399 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:10 PM To:Lori Sommers Subject:FW: Concern on Eaglebrook mega church plan From: Tao Jin <jintao99g@yahoo.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:04 PM To: Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Concern on Eaglebrook mega church plan Dear Mrs. McGregor, My name is Tao Jin, and I reside on 62nd Ave N in Maple Grove, adjacent to the recently acquired farm land by Eaglebrook church. I wish to express my profound concerns regarding the recent news indicating Eaglebrook church's intention to construct a mega-sized church within our well-established, low-density residential community. To clarify, I hold no opposition to religious institutions, my children attend after-school programs at Plymouth Covenant Church, and I greatly appreciate the services they provide for our community. However, it appears only reasonable that any new construction should harmonize with the existing surroundings, maintaining a sense of balance. Here are my thoughts on this matter: 1. A development of such considerable size could potentially compromise the natural beauty of our area. It threatens to diminish the green vistas we currently enjoy from our windows and may force the natural "residents" (wildlife) to seek refuge elsewhere. 2. The nearby schools, particularly Wayzata High School, already contribute to challenging traffic conditions during weekdays. The addition of a mega church would undoubtedly exacerbate traffic congestion during both weekdays and weekends. 3. This plot of land, spanning over 50 acres, is the largest space within a residential neighborhood predominantly characterized by single-family homes. A 70,000 sqft church, along with a matching parking lot, seems incongruous with the character of our community. Homeowners in this area made their purchases with the understanding that it would remain a low-density residential zone. Any significant change to this status quo could adversely affect the property values of nearby homes. 4. An examination of Eaglebrook's current ten locations reveals three distinct categories: a. Those situated in business or mixed-use zones: Anoka, Apple Valley, Blaine, Ham Lake, Rochester, Spring Lake. b. Those in residential zones but of considerably smaller size: Maple Wood. c. Those surrounded by farmlands: Lino Lake, White Bear Lake, Woodbury. Some people who received this message don't often get email from jintao99g@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important 32 400 2 It is perplexing why Eaglebrook, which has adhered to these categories thus far, now wishes to build a mega-sized church within the heart of a residential area, deviating from its traditional approach. 5. Furthermore, it is noteworthy that Eaglebrook's development plans have been rejected twice by the cities of Corcoran and Minnetonka. The persistence in presenting the same plan to the City of Plymouth suggests questionable judgment and a lack of foresight on the part of the church leadership. In summary, I am not opposed to the church's expansion but urge careful consideration of the impact such a significant development may have on our cherished community. It is essential to preserve the harmony, natural beauty, and property values that attracted us to this neighborhood in the first place. Best regards, Tao news source: https://www.cbsnews.com/minnesota/news/neighbors-in-plymouth-concerned-over-possible-70000- square-foot-church/ 401 1 Shawn Drill From:Lynette H <hauxlj@gmail.com> Sent:Friday, September 8, 2023 2:55 PM To:Chloe McGuire Subject:Eaglebrook church [You don't often get email from hauxlj@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hello Chloe, Just wanted to say, our family lives in Bonaire and we are absolutely for, the building of the Eaglebrook Church nearby. Thanks for your hard work! Lynette Haux 33 402 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Wednesday, September 13, 2023 2:59 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Please support Eaglebrook Church location in Plymouth From: nanpi@comcast.net <nanpi@comcast.net> Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2023 2:42 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Please support Eaglebrook Church location in Plymouth Dear Plymouth City Council members: I am shocked by the nega)vity surrounding the poten)al site for a permanent Eaglebrook Church loca)on for the Northwest metro. I have a-ended the temporary church loca)on in Wayzata High School for quite some )me, and I know establishing permanent roots could be a force for so much good in the community. Full disclosure: I am not a Plymouth resident, but live in the Maple Grove neighborhood near Church of the Open Door, which in years past housed a very large congrega)on. Although traffic in our neighborhood was impacted Sunday morning by a-endees arriving for and depar)ng from services, the rest of the week there was very li-le impact. The increased traffic argument just doesn’t seem to carry much weight for me. In addi)on, I have witnessed Eaglebrook church’s heart to reach and be a posi)ve force in the communi)es where each campus is opera)ng, and I know the building would be used for good (divorce care, addic)on support groups, youth group gatherings to name a few). If the church, which I assume would preserve as much of the site’s natural beauty as possible, does not build, this area will likely end up in the hands of housing developers yet again. I’m not sure how that would preserve the natural beauty of the neighborhood, and I am certain it would magnify traffic in the neighborhood exponen)ally -- every day of the week. Please consider the voices of the less vocal who are very much in favor of welcoming an Eaglebrook church campus at the proposed Plymouth loca)on. Respec>ully, Nancy Pias Some people who received this message don't often get email from nanpi@comcast.net. Learn why this is important 34 403 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:11 PM To:Lori Sommers Subject:FW: Opposition to EBS mega complex From: Randy Lewis <rlewis813@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2023 12:08 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Opposition to EBS mega complex Hello, I'm writing to express my concern with the anticipated proposal EBC is making for the lot on Chankada Drive. Let me start by saying, I'm not opposed to churches or organized religion in any way. They are both important and beneficial to our society in many ways. However, what EBC is proposing is a grand excess for the area proposed. a 70,000 sq foot complex with a 700 car parking lot is NOT appropriate for the area. The problems with just the traffic alone will be a nightmare for not only residents, but also any emergency vehicles needing to get through or into the area on Saturdays and Sundays. Then, you get into problems with water shed from a 700 car parking lot, or the destruction of wildlife and wetlands. These wetlands are supposed to be federally protected, yet EBC's initial drawing plan shows roads right through the wetland areas. Additionally, what will happen to the property value of both Plymouth and Maple Grove residents directly adjacent to this location? This could potentially greatly negatively impact the financial lives of many citizens. I'm not against EBC proposing something smaller in this location (50% or so smaller). What they're looking to propose though, is just far too large for the area. A commercially zoned area off HWY 55 is a much more appropriate location for that. Thank you for taking the time to read these concerns. Some people who received this message don't often get email from rlewis813@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 35 404 1 Shawn Drill From:Kathleen Keller <kykeller@stkate.edu> Sent:Friday, September 15, 2023 8:17 AM To:Chloe McGuire Subject:Re: Church in Plymouth Good morning, 6516 Merrimac Lane N. Maple Grove 55311 I'm less than .5 mile from the proposed site. Thanks! Kathy Kathleen Y. Keller, MA, RN, PHN, CNE St. Catherine University Whitby Hall- Office 211 2004 Randolph Avenue South St. Paul, Minnesota 55105 To help protect your priv acy, Microsoft Office prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet. On Fri, Sep 15, 2023 at 8:07 AM Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Hi Kathy – What is your address? Thanks, Chloe From: Kathleen Keller <kykeller@stkate.edu> Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2023 7:24 PM You don't often get email from kykeller@stkate.edu. Learn why this is important 36 405 2 To: Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Church in Plymouth Greetings! I would WELCOME a church in the Plymouth area along Chanuka Trail and in fact would consider attending the church. Churches can add a lot to the community and in my opinion would be better than a Kwick trip or more apartments. Traffic on Sunday and Wed isn't going to be that bad. Thank you, Kathy Kathleen Y. Keller, MA, RN, PHN, CNE St. Catherine University Whitby Hall- Office 211 2004 Randolph Avenue South St. Paul, Minnesota 55105 To help protect your priv acy, Microsoft Office prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet. You don't often get email from kykeller@stkate.edu. Learn why this is important 406 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 10:07 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth From: Laura Paulsen <lpaulse1@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, September 18, 2023 9:48 AM To: Council Members <Council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Opposition to Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth Hi Plymouth Council Members, Hope this email finds you well. I am emailing you to voice my concerns and opposition to construction of the Eagle Brook Church near the intersection of Maple Grove Pkwy and Chankahda Trail across from Meadow Ridge Elementary School in Plymouth. I believe construction of this church will invoke undesirable traffic patterns - substantially higher volume especially on the weekends; negative environmental effects; and unwanted devaluation of surrounding homes. The proposed location for the EBC is in the midst of a primarily residential area with the exception of the nearby elementary school and high school further south on Maple Grove Pkwy/Peony as well as a small gas station and Walgreens at the intersection of Vicksburg and Chankhada. Putting such a large, commercial structure at this proposed location would disrupt the surrounding community. My husband and I live in the nearby Terra Vista neighborhood about a mile away from where the proposed EBC mega church would be located. We moved here not quite a year ago and chose this neighborhood and home in large part because of the location amidst other homes, neighborhoods, and schools. Had there been a 60,000 sqft mega-church with thousands of cars and people consistently visiting, we would likely have sought an alternative home. Thank you for taking the time to read this email. Again - I am voicing my concerns and opposition to the Eagle Brook Church construction. Both my husband and I have signed the petition and hope you and the leaders of our Plymouth community will consider our voices and prevent the construction of the EBC mega-church. Thank you, Laura Paulsen Some people who received this message don't often get email from lpaulse1@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 37 407 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 10:07 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church Dave Callister | City Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763-509-5301 wwwwplymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life -----Original Message----- From: Zuricrew <zuricrew@comcast.net> Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2023 5:45 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church [Some people who received this message don't often get email from zuricrew@comcast.net. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] We are steadfast against the building of this mega church in Plymouth. It is counterintuitive to, on the one hand, look to reduce traffic and speed in this northwest territory of Plymouth, while simultaneously building a mega church which would require this traffic vein. We are over-built already and the serenity and bucolic recesses of Plymouth are systematically replaced by structures like this. We cannot mortgage the future quality of this community. Please do not sign off on a measure which will ultimately adversely impact the quality of life and residence we enjoy here. William and Rhonda Garvis 38 408 1 Shawn Drill From:Shawn Drill Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 2:27 PM To:kucharski5@icloud.com Subject:RE: Support of Eagle Brook Church’s new building in Plymouth Thanks for your e-mail. What is your address, so we have it for the record? Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Angela Kucharski <kucharski5@icloud.com> Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2023 2:44 PM To: Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov>; Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Support of Eagle Brook Church’s new building in Plymouth Hello Elise, I am sure you’re receiving your fair share of emails regarding the building request for Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth. I live within walking distance to this location and support the use of this land for EBC. I am not a member of this church, just a citizen that is not opposed to them building a church in this space. Thank you! Angela Kucharski 612 309-8644 Sent from my iPhone Some people who received this message don't often get email from kucharski5@icloud.com. Learn why this is important 39 409 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 2:57 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Say No to Eagle Brook Church From: Chris Mahrer <chris.mahrer@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, September 18, 2023 2:29 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Say No to Eagle Brook Church Dear City of Plymouth Leadership, I'm writing as a Plymouth resident living within a few blocks of the proposed Eagle Brook Church (EBC). I'm unable to attend the meeting they're hosting this Wednesday night (Sept 20) and want to voice my concerns about the proposal. I am opposed to the building of this church in Plymouth for a number of reasons and my sentiments are shared by the dozens of neighbors with whom I've spoken over the past few weeks. 1. By selling this land to EBC, Plymouth would be giving a large parcel of land in a residential neighborhood to a tax-exempt entity, taking away potential tax revenue from the city. 2. The majority of attendees to EBC would be coming from other cities, increasing traffic congestion and road usage in our residential area of Plymouth every Saturday and Sunday of the year. This burden will ultimately be placed on Plymouth residents, a majority of whom would not attend the church services. 3. The traffic from other cities would likely not result in extra revenue for local Plymouth businesses - but rather the nearest commercial hub next door in Maple Grove. 4. Eagle Brook Church is known for preaching anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric. I know many members of the LGBTQ+ community within my neighborhood and our broader Plymouth community. I am strongly opposed to Plymouth enabling EBC to preach about the exclusion of fellow community members across the street from the elementary school my children will be attending. I urge Plymouth city leadership to consider these financial and ethical factors, along with the circulating change.org petition and general public backlash against allowing Eagle Brook Church to establish itself in our residential neighborhood at the expense of the City of Plymouth and its taxpayers. Thank you, Chris -- Chris Mahrer 612-990-9398 chris.mahrer@gmail.com Some people who received this message don't often get email from chris.mahrer@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 40 410 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 2:57 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: EBC -----Original Message----- From: SUSAN FRANTZ <zuwiki@aol.com> Sent: Monday, September 18, 2023 2:34 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: EBC [Some people who received this message don't often get email from zuwiki@aol.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] As residents living in ElmCreek Meadows we are NOT in favor of Eagle Brook Church Being built basically at the end of our block. With that much additional traffic we will have a hard time getting out of our development to travel East on county rd 47, now ridiculously renamed Chadacawda Trail . please add out names to the NO list. Susan and Michael Frantz 6165 Garland Lane N Plymouth, MN. 55446 Sent from my iPad 41 411 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 19, 2023 7:10 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Eagle Brook Church (EBC) Discussion Begin forwarded message: From: Dan Ng <danny.ng06@gmail.com> Date: September 18, 2023 at 10:22:51 PM CDT To: Council Members <Council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church (EBC) Discussion Hello Plymouth City Council, I am Danny Ng, and my wife, Devyani Totre, and I have been new Plymouth residents off of Troy Lane N and Chankahda Trail since early 2022. We want to thank the City of Plymouth for providing continuous updates that could significantly affect the area where we live, such as the planned construction of the EBC megachurch within a mile from where we live. Being a past member of a megachurch many years ago, I'd like to share my thoughts and concerns of this planned development within the area. I am aware of EBC's congregation having been in the Wayzata High School for many years and understand the nature of churches that they want to continually sow the seeds and grow their congregation and establish permanent locations. There are already many existing churches in the area, but to be fair, they differ in denominations and people will have preferences on which church they are comfortable being associated with. Pro EBC personnel noted that Sundays will be the busiest day for traffic in the area. In a way, it's true, but they'll often fail to disclose the fact that a church will serve as much as they can. Churches, especially of this size, will want to have multiple services, often many times per day as well as days other than Sundays. A megachurch I was a part of held main services on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays and were much smaller in-scale than EBC. On top of this, they'll have grouped activities outside of services, such as small and focus groups and other special / speaker events that will often happen throughout each week. They'll often mention they support the community, but what this usually means is supporting mostly members within their community while reaping tax-savings benefits. This is evident with their limited reporting of their annual statement, which I believe it's unaudited. With that said, I expect to see significant traffic going eastbound Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. The traffic is concerning, because both Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway are single- lane roads. I used to live in Chanhassen where a megachurch off of Highway 5 and County 41 where 41 was always congested with multiple church services throughout the day. If congestion was already bad near a major highway for this church, imagine what the traffic is going to be with this church location further into the residential neighborhood here on single-direction adjacent lanes. Every single year, Some people who received this message don't often get email from danny.ng06@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 42 412 2 there have been roadwork on Chankahda Trail, so having this in addition will make things even more difficult for people like us getting in and out. If the roads around the mile radius between Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway were to be expanded as double-lanes going onto each direction, the problem of traffic congestion in this area should be resolved. With EBC being a tax-exempt entity, any modification and continual maintenance of this area should not be the onerous of the taxpayers. Perhaps others would still oppose for varying reasons, but if EBC agrees to foot all of the costs of expanding the roads as well as continually maintaining the affected areas, then I think more people, including myself, would be more ok with it. They would also need to agree to cover any other costs using public services to their benefit, such as police / security, insurance, etc. as I do not think it's appropriate for taxpayers to provide additional benefit for tax-exempt organizations. We would love to participate the September 20th quorum, but unfortunately, we are both out of the Country right now. We hope that this feedback provides some additional clarity and perspectives, and perhaps our neighbors also have similar views. On the September 20th discussion, we ask that you raise these concerns with the EBC representatives and move towards a more concrete plan in resolving our concerns if this is to be pursued by them. Otherwise there already seems to be a large petition of not wanting this church in the area already (already 2x more than their Minnetonka petition): https://www.change.org/p/no-eaglebrook-mega-church-in- plymouth?original_footer_petition_id=28985010&algorithm=promoted&source_location=petition_foot er&grid_position=13&pt=AVBldGl0aW9uAMR%2FOQIAAAAAZQeLxx1CGY82OTVmYWUxNA%3D%3D Thank you, please feel free to reach-out with any further questions and concerns. Danny Ng 952-297-5581 413 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 4:48 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Opposition to Eaglebrook Chruch -----Original Message----- From: Mary Ann Honors <mary.ann.honors@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2023 9:59 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Opposition to Eaglebrook Chruch Some people who received this message don't often get email from mary.ann.honors@gmail.com. Learn why this is important <https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification> Good morning. I am writing to express my opposition to the potential building of the large Eagle Brook Church building in Plymouth. I have lived in Plymouth for 8 years and do not believe this project would be in the best interest of the city and it’s residents. This project will have a large impact on traffic in the area and lead to greater wear and tear on the surrounding streets. Because the church would not be paying taxes, the costs to offset this would fall to city residents and taxpayers. I respectfully ask you not to approve this project if it comes for a vote. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Mary Ann Honors 43 414 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Monday, September 18, 2023 8:35 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: NO EBC in Plymouth Begin forwarded message: From: Chelsey Foster <chelseyvfoster@gmail.com> Date: September 18, 2023 at 8:29:05 PM CDT To: Council Members <Council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: NO EBC in Plymouth Good Evening, I’m sure you’ve been hearing from a lot of ward 1 members about the proposed Eagle Brook Church just north of Meadow Ridge Elementary. As a resident of our ward and someone who lives close by, I wanted to ask that you oppose this proposed development. I have two primary concerns about the proposal - the increase in non-local traffic that would be generated by events at the church throughout the week, and the economic impact. Specifically, I am concerned that having this land be occupied by a non-taxable entity lowers the city’s ability to generate tax revenue versus other alternatives, increasing the burden on other tax-paying residents. This proposed church has already been rejected by Minnetonka and Corcoran. If it doesn’t make sense there, I don’t think it makes sense economically or for Plymouth’s best interest a half-mile down the road. This area has been configured for more of a residential development - this church would be outside the character and the capacity for the region. Please vote to deny this development in this area. Thank you, Chelsey Some people who received this message don't often get email from chelseyvfoster@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 44 415 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Tuesday, September 19, 2023 10:58 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church proposal From: Brian Simonson <simonsonb@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2023 10:56 AM To: Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov>; Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov>; Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church proposal Hi Alise, Jeff and other council members, I hope this email finds you well. I'm writing to let you know I'm strongly opposed to the proposed building of the Eagle Brook mega church near my Elm Creek Highlands neighborhood in Plymouth. I have major concerns about the large increase in traffic that this would create and in general, I'm opposed to the concept of mega churches. If they are truly a non-profit organization (which I don't believe for a second) then how are they able to build these massive buildings? If they have that much money, they should be donating it to help people not using it to build more venues to add to their coffers. It's a total scam. Please vote against this proposal. Thanks for your time and consideration. Regards, Brian Simonson 5060 Merrimac Lane North Plymouth, MN 55446 Some people who received this message don't often get email from simonsonb@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 45 416 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Wednesday, September 20, 2023 5:48 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Eagle Brook Church Get Outlook for iOS From: nddigiovanni <nddigiovanni@yahoo.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2023 2:11:57 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church Good afternoon, I fully support the church coming into the area. It will be good for the economy and the community. Regards, Nina Sent from my Galaxy Some people who received this message don't often get email from nddigiovanni@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important 46 417 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Wednesday, September 20, 2023 6:58 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: No to Eagle Brook Church Get Outlook for iOS From: Abby Schutt <ahschutt@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2023 6:54:44 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: No to Eagle Brook Church Hello, As a Plymouth resident, I want to express my opposition to the potential building of Eagle Brook Church. I believe there would be negative impact on my family and our broader Plymouth community. One thing I greatly appreciate about Plymouth is the green space - it contributes to the charm of our city. Adding an Eagle Brook Church building would detract from this charm. Other concerns include: · Increased traffic · Impact on property values · Loss of residential land Should they submit a site application, i request as one of your constituents that you deny the project. Thank you, Abby Schutt Beckman Ward 4 Some people who received this message don't often get email from ahschutt@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 47 418 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Wednesday, September 20, 2023 9:18 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Concerns Regarding Proposed Land Development for Eagle Brook Community Church Begin forwarded message: From: Emmett Tischmak <emmett.tischmak@gmail.com> Date: September 20, 2023 at 7:12:20 PM CDT To: Council Members <Council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Concerns Regarding Proposed Land Development for Eagle Brook Community Church I am Emmett Tischmak, a homeowner (5725 Walnut Grove Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55446), parent, taxpayer, and military veteran, deeply engaged in our community's civic processes. I write to express my strong opposition to the proposed development of a parcel of land for church use in our neighborhood. I have three key concerns: Reason 1: Maximizing Land Benefits Our community faces a housing shortage, a fact underscored by multiple macroeconomic reports. Given this scarcity of land, allocating it for a church is an inefficient use, especially in a neighborhood in high demand among families. Housing, in contrast, directly meets our community's pressing residential needs. Reason 2: Negative Persistent Financial Impact on the Community Churches, as non-profit entities, do not pay property taxes. By zoning the land for residential use instead, I estimate we could potentially generate $1-2 million annually in taxable income. This revenue supports critical community services, such as schools, infrastructure maintenance, and essential social programs. Reason 3: Many Alternative Options for the Church to Pursue I propose alternative solutions that can benefit both the community and the church: Utilizing the local high school auditorium for Sunday services, and optimizing existing infrastructure. Leveraging the surplus of available and under-utilized commercial real estate in Plymouth and the wider metro area, without disrupting local businesses. Exploring options outside densely populated suburbs with better access to economic corridors. In conclusion, I join the vast majority of our community in opposing the rezoning and approval of the use of this land for the church. It would hinder access to quality housing, squander our limited land resources, and cost our community millions in essential tax revenue. I implore our elected leaders to Some people who received this message don't often get email from emmett.tischmak@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 48 419 2 prioritize the well-being of our entire community in land use decisions, considering these concerns carefully. Thank you for your attention to this matter, and I look forward to further discussion. Thanks, Emmett Tischmak Cell: 701-426-2978 420 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Thursday, September 21, 2023 10:46 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Concerns Regarding Proposed Land Development For Eagle Brook Community Church From: Andrew Peterson <petersonandrewc@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2023 9:58 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Concerns Regarding Proposed Land Development For Eagle Brook Community Church Dear Plymouth City Council, My name is Andrew C Peterson, a homeowner (5720 Walnut Grove Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55446), parent and taxpayer, deeply engaged in our community's civic processes. I write to express my strong opposition to the proposed development of a parcel of land for church use in our neighborhood. I have three key concerns: Reason 1: Maximizing Land Benefits Our community faces a housing shortage, a fact underscored by multiple macroeconomic reports. Given this scarcity of land, allocating habitable land for a church is an inefficient use, especially in a neighborhood in high demand among families. Housing, in contrast, directly meets our community's and surrounding metro area's pressing residential needs. Reason 2: Negative Persistent Financial Impact on the Community Churches, as non-profit entities, do not pay property taxes. By zoning the land for residential use instead, I estimate we could potentially generate $1-2 million annually in taxable income (56 acres, 3-6 dwelling unit per acre, ~$6k year in property taxes). This revenue supports critical community services, such as schools, infrastructure maintenance, and essential social programs. Reason 3: Many Alternative Options for the Church to Pursue I propose alternative solutions that can benefit both the community and the church: · Utilizing the local high school auditorium for Sunday services, and optimizing existing infrastructure. · Leveraging the surplus of available commercial real estate in Plymouth and the wider metro area, without disrupting local businesses. · Exploring options outside densely residential suburbs with better access to economic corridors. In conclusion, I join the vast majority of our community in opposing the rezoning and approval of the use of this land for the church. It would hinder access to quality housing, squander our limited land resources, and cost our community millions in essential tax revenue. I request our elected leaders to prioritize the well-being of our entire community in land use decisions and carefully consider all of the negative impacts this request would have. Thank you for your attention to this matter, and I look forward to further discussion. Some people who received this message don't often get email from petersonandrewc@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 49 421 2 Sincerely, Andrew C Peterson Cell: 952.200.9164 422 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Thursday, September 21, 2023 2:15 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Proposed EBC Church on Chankhada -----Original Message----- From: Angela McBride <akaymcbride@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2023 6:49 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov>; Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov>; Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed EBC Church on Chankhada [Some people who received this message don't often get email from akaymcbride@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] To Whom It May Concern, My husband and I live in the Westin Ridge Community near the proposed site for EBC off Chankhada. We are extremely concerned about a mega church being proposed for this site for three reasons; loss of green space, high traffic in a residential area and our home value. On behalf of our community, please stop these plans from moving forward so this site can be used for what was intended. Thank you, Angela and Adam McBride 5972 Alvarado Ct N Plymouth, MN Sent from my iPhone 50 423 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Thursday, September 21, 2023 1:38 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Oppose to Eagle Brook Church -----Original Message----- From: Chetan <chetanbalegeri@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2023 1:04 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Oppose to Eagle Brook Church [Some people who received this message don't often get email from chetanbalegeri@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Hi, I am opposed to a 70,000 sq ft complex with 1200 seats and 600 parking spaces in our residential neighborhood here in Plymouth. The traffic here is already bad and our kids have trouble crossing the road to the local playground next door. The previous proposal for Corcoran (which was turned down), less than 2 miles away, propsed 1500 seats and 800 parking spaces, and EBC was adamant they could not and would not reduce the requested building size or parking. This concerns me that this initial proposal only reflects the starting size with implied future expansion. The comprehensive plan for the City of Plymouth shows this area zoned as low-density residential, and as the area has developed it was under that assumption. This proposal would result in significant traffic surges that the area was not built to accommodate. The proposal currently requests to pave through wetland in 3 different areas. The wetlands have been clearly marked and identified via a wetland delineation. They knew the limitations of the parcel and should not be treated with exception to infringe on wildlife. Thanks Chetan Balegeri 18155 59th ave 51 424 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Friday, September 22, 2023 7:42 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Eagle brook church proposal Begin forwarded message: From: Nancy <nschleif@comcast.net> Date: September 21, 2023 at 10:24:42 PM CDT To: Council Members <Council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle brook church proposal Hello, As a long time resident of Plymouth, I am against this EBC church expansion for several reasons. Among them I have traffic concerns, and also would rather see something there that would generate some tax payments to the city, since they will be utilizing city services the rest of us pay for. For these and other reasons, I signed the petition against their proposal. Thank you Nancy Schleif 2765 Ranchview Ln N Plymouth, Mn 55447 Sent from my iPhone 52 425 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Thursday, September 21, 2023 9:21 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Eagle Brook-Supplemental comments and sourcing related to my 9/20/23 public forum comments Thanks, Chloe Chloe McGuire, AICP | Planning and Development Manager City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 Phone: 763.509.5452 Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Mike Louis <mike.louis@protonmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2023 6:27:47 PM To: Michael Boo <mboo@plymouthmn.gov>; Neha Markanda <nmarkanda@plymouthmn.gov>; Bill Wixon <bwixon@plymouthmn.gov>; Josh Fowler <jfowler@plymouthmn.gov>; Julie Olson <jolson@plymouthmn.gov>; Marc Anderson <manderson@plymouthmn.gov>; Jennifer Jerulle <jjerulle@plymouthmn.gov>; Grant Fernelius <gfernelius@plymouthmn.gov>; Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov>; Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov>; Webmail - Planning <Planning@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook-Supplemental comments and sourcing related to my 9/20/23 public forum comments Hello Chair Boo and Planning Commissioners, Thank you for the opportunity to speak at Wednesday’s Planning Commission public forum regarding the proposed Eagle Brook development. Before I get to my comments, I want to thank you for your time on the commission. Your service to the community is important and helps guide the best growth and redevelopment of our city. I would like to supplement my comments on Sept. 20th’s Planning Commission meeting public forum with additional source material with attributions and a few additional points for your consideration in this matter. I realize this matter has not had a public hearing yet, so you are not allowed to state what your thoughts are on the matter until after the public hearing has occurred. The main point that I would like to convey is that Eagle Brook is already telling us that traffic will be a problem, without directly saying so. In some of my points, these are their own words. In other points I would like to make, their words do not align with what people’s experiences will be living in the neighborhoods nearby. As I mentioned, Pastor Emmert states that going from a mobile to permanent campus results in doubling or tripling attendance. 53 426 2 https://kstp.com/kstp-news/top-news/petition-grows-against-megachurch-eagle-brooks-proposed-plymouth-location/ This is also supported by EBC’s prepared comments to the Corcoran City Council in 2020: Page 221 of the Corcoran City Council agenda & packet for August 27, 2020, agenda item 8.c. https://www.corcoranmn.gov/common/pages/DisplayFile.aspx?itemId=16989755 427 3 In CCX media’s report, Pastor Strand states that in five years the Wayzata mobile campus has grown by 32%. https://ccxmedia.org/news/plymouth-megachurch-proposal-receives-opposition-from-neighbors/ Corcoran’s Traffic Study from EBC’s application for a location found that it would generate significant traffic on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. This was referenced in the lawsuit against our city as related to Hollydale. https://ccxmedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Hollydale-v-Plymouth-Summons-and-Complaint.pdf page 18 of the pdf, numbered page 16 of the complaint. 428 5 429 6 As well, at the EBC Community Meeting on September 20th, there was a comment made that traffic will occur during “off peak” times. Traffic will not be “off peak”, the use of roadways for the proposed use and the surrounding residential areas are more correlated than they are dissociated. Think of it this way, when people are doing non-work related activities they are in spaces like the proposal or in residential areas. So this proposal will be introducing more traffic in highly residential areas than another residential development in the same space would. Also at the September 20th meeting it was stated that Eagle Brook will be having two services Saturday and two services Sunday. In any given year, there are 52 Saturdays and 52 Sundays. 104 days in total. If these 104 days were stacked together, then that would be from January to mid-April. This amount of traffic on weekends will have a detrimental impact upon the neighborhoods. And as I pointed out, it is also telling that they mention having police officers and volunteers manage traffic in and out of the parking lot. It is telling because they know they are trying to utilize the roads at rates beyond the road’s capacity and need to have intervention in order to handle the high volume. At all other churches I have known, usually this only occurs on Easter and Christmas, not every weekend on both Saturday and Sunday. The Future: We can see the future of the proposed development by looking at the history of development of Wooddale in Eden Prairie, located near US 212 and Shady Oak Road. Wooddale and Eagle Brook are both affiliated with Converge, formerly known as the Baptist General Conference. So, Wooddale is a good analogy to what this proposal will experience if it is approved. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wooddale_Church https://wooddale.org/about/history/ For Wooddale’s Eden Prairie campus this has been their growth story: In 1981 they purchased 32 acres of undeveloped land near the intersection of US 212 and Shady Oak Road. In 1983, initial construction started (I could not find information on the size of the initial construction). In 1985, initial construction was fully finished. In 1988, three years after initial construction finished, construction on a new 63,000 square foot expansion started. In 1990, the construction of the 63,000 square foot expansion was finished. In 1995, five years after the first expansion was completed, an additional expansion of 34,600 square feet was started. In 2000, the construction of the 34,600 square feet expansion was dedicated. The wikipedia page says they have about 5,000 people attend each weekend. This is on 32 acres of property. For comparison, the proposal is approximately 40 developable acres (~54 - 13.58 wetlands per the presentation on September 20th). These two parcels in the image below make up the ~32 acres of Wooddale: 430 7 431 8 As you can see above, the 32 acres of Wooddale are as fully developed as they can be given the terrain and this occurred in about 15 years from when the site was first developed. Eagle Brook’s proposal will start with the approximately 10 acres, but they will expand to the available acreage as time goes forward. So while approximately 30 acres of the available property will not be built upon now, in the future they will want to expand on the remaining 30 acres of developable land. As a final point, traffic issues go beyond the immediate vicinity of the property. The nearest east-west thoroughfare is Chankahda Trail. Chankahda will be used by people coming and going from the church due to it being the shortest distance to get to I-494 as well as to get to other residential areas to the east or west. This means additional traffic from the church will propagate along the whole length in both directions, to the detriment of the neighborhoods farther away from the church. I want to close by thanking Chloe McGuire and the Planning & Development Department for their replies to my emails and the work that you do for our city to be a better city for all. Best Regards, Mike Louis 4565 Glacier Ln 55446 Sent from Proton Mail for iOS 432 1 Shawn Drill From:Webmail - Planning Sent:Friday, September 22, 2023 11:08 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Proposed Eagle Brook Church Concern Michelle Bast | Community Development City of Plymouth -----Original Message----- From: Michelle Mader <michelleamader@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, September 22, 2023 9:50 AM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed Eagle Brook Church Concern [You don't often get email from michelleamader@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] To whom it may concern, My name is Michelle Mader and I am a resident at 6110 Yellowstone Lane N. I am writing to you to voice my concern over the proposed Eagle Brook Church development at the intersection of Chankahda and Maple Grove Parkway. My main concern is surrounding traffic, as my home is a half a mile away from the proposed site. Before moving to Plymouth two years ago, my home was in Chanhassen near another “mega church” that also was built adjacent to a two lane road (Highway 41). Even with police managing traffic on Sunday mornings, the volume of cars on the two lane road was so high that we often found ourselves needing to plan our Sunday outings or routes so we did not get caught in church traffic. I am concerned that the proposed Eagle Brook Church site will cause similar disruptions for me & my neighbors, as Maple Grove Parkway and Chankahda at this location was not designed for this volume of traffic at one time. I hope you will take into account the considerations of myself and other concerned residents as you are evaluating the proposal. Best regards, Michelle Mader 54 433 1 Shawn Drill From:Grant Fernelius Sent:Friday, September 22, 2023 1:51 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: EBC Opposition Hey Shawn, Here’s another one for the record. Thanks! Grant Fernelius | Community & Economic Development Director City of Plymouth 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447-1482 Phone: 763.509.5401 www.plymouthmn.gov Plymouth, Minnesota | Adding Quality to Life From: Molly.Kramer <Molly.Kramer@target.com> Sent: Friday, September 22, 2023 1:26 PM To: Grant Fernelius <gfernelius@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: EBC Opposition Dear Mr. Fernelius, I hope this email finds you well. I want to begin by expressing my deep gratitude for your dedicated public service to our beloved community. Your efforts have undoubtedly enriched the lives of countless residents in Plymouth. I am writing to you today with concerns that have been weighing on my mind regarding the proposed development of the Eagle Brook Church complex in our area. My intention in reaching out to you is to seek a compassionate understanding of the challenges we face as residents. I respectfully request that you deny a conditional use permit for this site and uphold existing zoning. Traffic Concerns: One of my most pressing concerns revolves around the limited ingress/egress access to the church, which not only poses the need for additional road infrastructure in Plymouth but also raises safety concerns for the many pedestrians and bikers that frequent this area. The single access point on Maple Grove Parkway presents a significant challenge for the adjacent neighborhood on the corner of Maple Grove Parkway and Chankahda Trail, as that neighborhood would share that same single access You don't often get email from molly.kramer@target.com. Learn why this is important 55 434 2 point. I am also deeply worried about the potential traffic congestion during Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings, which could lead to traffic diverting through the quiet adjacent neighborhood streets. This, in turn, threatens the peace and safety of our community. Light Pollution Issues: Moreover, the revised site plan places the entrance/exit roadway for the Church in close proximity to homes on 62nd Ave in the Bonaire neighborhood, which is where I live. This positioning will stream headlights into the back of my home as cars enter and exit the Church. This, combined with the need for well-lit roadways and adjacent parking lot lights for safety, will disrupt the tranquility and peaceful enjoyment of my home. Incongruence with Existing Area: Finally, we find ourselves facing a dilemma regarding the proposed construction of a large 64,000 sq ft building, along with the possibility of more than 200,000 sq ft of asphalt parking. This development is out of sync with the existing residential character of our neighborhood. Many of us made significant investments in our homes and communities based on the understanding that the comprehensive plan guided this area as residential. Any significant deviation from this plan can have a substantial impact on our property values and our overall quality of life. I humbly request your understanding and support in addressing these concerns. Please reject a conditional use permit or re-zoning this parcel. My aim is to ensure that any development in our cherished neighborhood is carried out with sensitivity to the needs and well-being of its residents. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this matter further, please do not hesitate to reach out. Thank you for your consideration. Molly Kramer 17865 62nd Ave N 763-443-3790 Molly Kramer | Sr. Divisional of Planning | Ready-to-Wear |Target| 612-761-0341 435 1 Shawn Drill From:Nicole McDade <nicolemcdade2023@gmail.com> Sent:Monday, September 25, 2023 8:07 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Re: Opposition to Eagle Brook Mega Church Campus in Plymouth 15620 24th Ave North Unit E Plymouth, MN 55447 On Mon, Sep 18, 2023 at 8:29 AM Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Thanks for your e-mail. What is your address, so we have it for the record? Thanks, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Nicole McDade <nicolemcdade2023@gmail.com> Date: September 15, 2023 at 2:10:57 PM CDT To: Council Members <Council@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Mathew McDade <mathewmcdade@gmail.com> Subject: Opposition to Eagle Brook Mega Church Campus in Plymouth Hi Mayor Wosje and Members of the City Council, I hope you're doing well. My name is Nicole McDade and I'm a resident of Plymouth. My husband Mathew, CCed on this email, and I are opposed to the Eagle Brook MegaChurch being built in Plymouth and would like to share our opposition. We do not think that a 70,000 square foot facility with 600-700 parking spots can be considered a good neighbor to the residential areas surrounding the area. We also do not think that allowing this megachurch to be built upholds the city's strategic theme of Environmental Stewardship. The plans shared with KSTP-TV news do indicate a small "stormwater rain garden" in between the two parking lots but that hardly offsets all of the environmental impacts (including water and energy usage) of such a large campus. Some people who received this message don't often get email from nicolemcdade2023@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 56 436 2 We also have concerns about the economic impacts on the city of such a large, tax-exempt business being built. Let's be very honest, a non-denominational megachurch is a business, full stop. And businesses with tax-exempt status hardly give any direct financial support to the cities in which they exist. Taxes aside, all of the church-goers' food, drink, media needs (like books and movies) and social events are housed inside the church by church-owned and run businesses, minimizing any opportunity for those church-goers to utilize surrounding Plymouth businesses. It's a farce to say that the building of this business will bring other Plymouth businesses support. The mega-church business model is insular and self-perpetuating. We only have to look at the megachurches of the SouthEast to see case-studies of how campuses such as Eagle Brook negatively impact the residential areas, the environmental areas, the local businesses and the cities in which they are built. Let's follow our neighbors in Corcoran and Minnetonka and not allow this campus to be built in our city. Thank you for your time. We hope to have your support in this issue. Best, Nicole and Mathew McDade 437 1 Shawn Drill From:Shawn Drill Sent:Monday, September 25, 2023 10:41 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Proposed and current construction along Chankahda Trail From: Audrey Britton <audreybritton@outlook.com> Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2023 11:45 AM To: Neha Markanda <nmarkanda@plymouthmn.gov>; Michael Boo <mboo@plymouthmn.gov>; Bill Wixon <bwixon@plymouthmn.gov>; Josh Fowler <jfowler@plymouthmn.gov>; Julie Olson <jolson@plymouthmn.gov>; Marc Anderson <manderson@plymouthmn.gov>; Marc Anderson <manderson@plymouthmn.gov>; Marc Anderson <manderson@plymouthmn.gov>; Grant Fernelius <gfernelius@plymouthmn.gov>; Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Julie Pointner <JPointner@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed and current construction along Chankahda Trail Roster | City of Plymouth, MN (plymouthmn.gov) Hello, Plymouth Planning Commissioners and CM Pointner. Thank you for serving and for all you do for our city. Below are comments for the proposed and current construc9on along Chankahda Trail A last chance: I understand there is a proposed large building and parking lot on this gorgeous land along Chankahda Trail off of 101 (image a<ached). This is the last or one of the last lands like this in Plymouth. It is a flee9ng opportunity to make a las9ng, posi9ve impact that will permanently affect all nearby neighbors and others in our city, and affect our “preferred community” status. Zoning: I am also hearing that the area will be rezoned MSF-3. Why? Have there been public hearings? All the years I’ve lived in Plymouth, the council has historically claimed that absolutely nothing can be rezoned no ma<er what. That’s the excuse that was used for Hollydale. If rezoned, why not consider preserva9on? Or a mix of preserva9on, restora9on (new trees) and a few smaller homes that blend into the natural environment? Environmental impact: The land includes all-too precious wetland and some prairie land that is scarce (and has been destroyed) in Plymouth and quickly disappearing throughout Minnesota at an alarming rate. Much or some of this land was likely forest cleared for farming. Preserving this land and plan9ng trees where appropriate, would benefit nearby neighbors and become an asset for all of Plymouth. We live 2-3 miles away and this area would easily become our closest and go-to place to bike to for nature walks. Preserving the site, cuts down on pollu9on by cuFng down on traffic and human ac9vity. Trees naturally clean the air. Walks in nature are proven to increase mental health. Nature trails greatly increase a city’s “great place to live” score. Neighbors and sense of community: Zoom into the image and you will see that nearby neighbors’ beau9ful views. Those views will literally change to a sea of parking lots and a huge building (that has a history of expanding once it’s in place). 57 438 2 This en9re area is adjacent to and surrounded by beau9ful, peaceful neighborhoods, with a lovely mix of single homes (small and larger) and townhomes. Large buildings or commercial development would destroy the look and feel and sense of community that exists here. Home values: A large building and/or commercial development will decrease the value of nearby homes. Natural lands would increase values. Adjacent school: A school is directly across the street. Teachers and students could enjoy the preserve simply by crossing the street. Addi9onally, preserva9on of the land will not add traffic. Less traffic means greater safety and cleaner air for children. Housing: If housing is needed, please keep it to a minimum and make it affordable, perhaps with children who would a<end the nearby school or low-key elderly/disabled one level living. Have the housing take up only part of the area and have it blend into/complement the surrounding environment. Plymouth has plenty of “high-rise homes.” We do not need more. Have entry into the neighborhood from already exis9ng entries. Chankahda literally means “into the forest.” Much of the land along this road was forest before being cleared for farming. It was where the Dakota spent their winters before being forcibly removed in 1862. When renaming the road, Almost double as many residents voted for a name to honor the Dakota. As one city staff person said, ‘it received overwhelming support and indicated public sen9ment that the council should respond to.’ Please con9nue this spirit and intent. Preserve the wetland for wildlife, the grass land for peaceful walks through nature and refores9ng which is good for all living things. Minneapolis and other ci9es are returning some lands to those from which it was stolen. You could also consider giving this land back with an understanding it would be preserved/restored. Historical markers and bike lanes/trails: We have inquired numerous 9mes about historical markers and bike trails/lanes along this road when it was renamed and before construc9on began, but have not heard back from city staff nor council members. That was part of the presenta9on given to the city council when the name was finalized. Would you please pursue this? (Our state legislators have said this is a local ask.) I look forward to hearing from you, Audrey Bri<on 12500 53rd Ave North Plymouth MN 55442 439 1 Shawn Drill From:Webmail - Planning Sent:Monday, September 25, 2023 8:02 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Planned Eagle Brook Church Michelle Bast | Community Development City of Plymouth -----Original Message----- From: John Kelly <jwkelly928@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, September 22, 2023 4:35 PM To: Webmail - Planning <planning@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Planned Eagle Brook Church [You don't often get email from jwkelly928@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] I am writing to voice my opposition to the proposed Eagle Brook Mega Church in Plymouth near Meadow Ridge Elementary School. The city is (thankfully) currently widening Chankada Trail to accommodate the increase in traffic seen in recent years. The addition of this monstrous parking ramp and the traffic to it will only make traffic worse than ever. One step forward three steps back if this development is approved. John Kelly Sent from my iPhone 58 440 1 Shawn Drill From:Greg Laden <laden.greg@gmail.com> Sent:Monday, September 25, 2023 11:18 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Re: Eagle Brook Church Hi Shawn, Address: 15300 37th Ave N Apt A124 On Mon, Sep 25, 2023 at 11:16 AM Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: > > Hi Greg. Thanks for your e-mail. What is your address, so we have it for the record? Thanks, > > > > Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner > > City of Plymouth, MN > Phone: 763.509.5456 > > > > From: Greg Laden <laden.greg@gmail.com> > Date: September 22, 2023 at 8:34:43 PM CDT > To: Jim Davis <jdavis@plymouthmn.gov>, Julie Peterson <jpeterson@plymouthmn.gov>, Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov>, Julie Pointner <jpointner@plymouthmn.gov>, Clark Gregor <cgregor@plymouthmn.gov>, Jim Willis <jwillis@plymouthmn.gov>, Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov> > Subject: Eagle Brook Church > > > > Council and Mayor, > > > > The Eagle Brook Church abides by the belief, and promulgates the belief, that those in a same sex marriage, LGBT+ Individuals, and trans individuals in particular, are sinners in need of cleansing. Recently, members have aggressively commented in various online forums that members of our community in Plymouth are sinners. This is harassment and despicable. I am aware that this church is interested in building a facility in Plymouth, near the High School, and that to do so, the city must decide this would be acceptable. > > > > As a citizen of Plymouth, I do not want this church, which is essentially a hate group, to have a presence here, and I 59 441 2 urge you all to vote no on any proposal or motion that would allow the church to be built. > > This is a pretty serious issue to me. A yes vote advancing this church in Plymouth would sever any good will between any council member and myself. I would hate to see that happen, but on behalf of my own flesh and blood, who are already objects of hate by this church, I must make a very firm stand on this issue. > > Sincerely, > Greg Laden > Plymouth > > > > > > -- > > > > Consulting Anthropologist > > Tutor (test prep and science content areas) > > Contract Writer - Messaging > > > > > > -- Consulting Anthropologist Tutor (test prep and science content areas) Contract Writer - Messaging 442 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Friday, September 29, 2023 9:15 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Eagle Brook Church - Strongly Opposed! From: Alex Krenik <alex.krenik47@gmail.com> Sent: Friday, September 29, 2023 9:08 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Eagle Brook Church - Strongly Opposed! Hello Council Members, I just emailed Alise but wanted to message you all as well. I am a neighbor of Emmett Tischmak who already sent you a very well crafted email expressing his concern and view of the Eagle Brook Church development. Needless to say, pretty much everyone in the neighborhood and city strongly opposes their development and I am one of those individuals. Logically speaking, all in all if you let this go through, you're making a horrible business move for the city. Land benefits - out, taxpayer dollars - gone, community unrest - maximized, etc. Please take this and many others' opposition to this development into consideration! Alex Krenik - 5715 Walnut Grove Ln N, Plymouth, MN 55446 Cell 612.325.2051. Emmett's email: My name is Emmett Tischmak, a homeowner (5725 Walnut Grove Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55446), parent, taxpayer, and military veteran, deeply engaged in our community's civic processes. I write to express my strong opposition to the proposal by Eagle Brook Church to develop of a parcel of land in our neighborhood. I have three key concerns: Reason 1: Maximizing Land Benefits Our community faces a housing shortage, a fact underscored by multiple macroeconomic reports. Given this scarcity of land, allocating habitable land for a church is an inefficient use, especially in a neighborhood in high demand among families. Housing, in contrast, directly meets our community's and surrounding metro area's pressing residential needs. Additionally, as stated in their community meeting this building and infrastructure would only be utilized a small fraction of the week (Saturday evening, and Sunday mornings) whereas houses are used and inhabited a vast majority of the time. Reason 2: Negative Persistent Financial Impact on the Community Some people who received this message don't often get email from alex.krenik47@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 60 443 2 Churches, as non-profit entities, do not pay property taxes. By zoning the land for residential use instead, I estimate we could potentially generate $1-2 million annually in taxable income (56 acres, 3-6 dwelling unit per acre, ~$6k year in property taxes). This revenue supports critical community services, such as schools, infrastructure maintenance, and essential social programs. Reason 3: Many Alternative Options for the Church to Pursue I propose alternative solutions that can benefit both the community and the church: · Utilizing the local high school auditorium for Sunday services, and optimizing existing infrastructure. · Leveraging the surplus of available commercial real estate in Plymouth and the wider metro area. Before approval for Eagle Brook's proposed development, I would like to see an exhaustive independent study stating why the surplus of already vacant commercial in the community would not be suitable for their purposes. · Exploring options outside densely residential suburbs that are better suited to this intrusive type of development. In conclusion, I join the vast majority of our community in opposing the rezoning and approval of the use of this land for the church. It would hinder access to quality housing, squander our limited land resources, and cost our community millions in essential tax revenue. I request our elected leaders to prioritize the well-being of our entire community in land use decisions and carefully consider all of the negative impacts this request would have. Thank you for your attention to this matter, and I look forward to further discussion. Sincerely, Emmett Tischmak Cell: 701-426-2978 444 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Friday, September 29, 2023 9:16 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Concerns for Proposed Development of Eagle Brook Community Church From: Jessica Krenik <jessica.l.krenik@gmail.com> Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2023 10:34 PM To: Alise McGregor <amcgregor@plymouthmn.gov>; Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Concerns for Proposed Development of Eagle Brook Community Church Hello Alise, I am a homeowner (5715 Walnut Grove Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55446) and parent in our community. I am writing to add my voice to those opposing the proposed development of an Eagle Brook Church (EBC) at the land near Meadow Ridge Elementary . It is my understanding that this land has been zoned for residential use and that is what I believe it should be utilized for. As a homeowner who bought into a new development near this site, I anticipated a future neighborhood would ultimately be in that space. Adding a church there would greatly impact the feel of the surrounding community in a negative manner. The church will not look residential in nature and will cause light pollution to the nearby neighborhoods. Furthermore, EBC stands to bring in a large influx of people in a short periods of time. This would cause great disruption too those trying to access their homes/neighborhoods. Additionally, Eagle Brook Church is not known for being a great community partner. Continuing with the zoned intention of residences means meeting a community need for housing and creates a space for more community families who will bring care to our part of Plymouth. Homes would also provide yearly property taxes which can be used to support our community services and programs. I truly believe there are more suitable options for the church to pursue. Options such as continuing to utilize existing spaces like the high school auditorium, utilizing available commercial spaces, or looking to locations that are not in densely residential areas. I request our elected leaders to prioritize the well-being of our entire community in land use decisions and carefully consider all of the negative impacts this request would have. Thank you for your time and consideration, Jessica Krenik 612-250-0010 Some people who received this message don't often get email from jessica.l.krenik@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 61 445 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Sunday, October 1, 2023 6:59 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Support for Eaglebrook Church Get Outlook for iOS From: Neal Wahlman <neal_wahlman@msn.com> Sent: Sunday, October 1, 2023 2:05 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Support for Eaglebrook Church Mayor Wosje and Council, I am writing in support of Eaglebrook Church’s (EBC) plan to build in Plymouth. I have seen and read several social media postings and understand that there are some that are opposed to the plan. However, I believe strongly that churches help create the kinds of citizens and families that make our city (and all towns and cities) a better, safer, and more forgiving place to live. We need churches (of any denomination) to reinforce the fabric of community. Opponents have given many reasons why they object to the plan, and frankly, I find that most of them are selfish and trivial. For example, some have opposed the plan based on the reduction in property taxes due to the church’s tax- exempt status. With Plymouth’s tax base, this is a trivial loss of tax revenue, and it is more than made up for by the good that churches do. Would these opponents want the types of development there that would pay the maximum in property taxes? I think not. Yes, EBC is classified as a mega-church, but I think EBC is unfairly labeled. The Plymouth location would not be a 15- or 20,000 plus gathering as classical mega-churches are. Its decentralized structure allows it to have economies of scale but meet in smaller locations (hundreds to perhaps 1,000 attendees). Others oppose the traffic implications. EBC has been meeting at Wayzata High School since 2018. (I commend WHS for allowing this.) Perhaps I’ve missed it, but I’m not aware of any traffic concerns caused by this arrangement. EBC has arranged for traffic control assistance during Sunday services and has an army of volunteers directing traffic both before and after the services. Sunday services and Wednesday evening programs happen at times when traffic is light in the area, and it’s for a short time – the 9:00 and 11:00 Sunday services, then the heavier traffic is over. Some oppose rezoning. We all know that property is rezoned in Plymouth and other municipalities on a regular basis. Just because a parcel is zoned one way doesn’t mean it is set in stone and cannot be changed, for the good of the community. Others are concerned about wetlands. Yes, this is a concern, but during my business career I was involved in retail development and know that the various regulatory bodies, local and state, have strict requirements that must be met for all concerned. I have no doubt that EBC will comply with whatever requirements are set forth. EBC has been a good citizen in the other municipalities where they have locations. They want to be a good neighbor. Misinformed folks have claimed EBC is a for-profit entity. It is not and that is easily proven. Some people who received this message don't often get email from neal_wahlman@msn.com. Learn why this is important 62 446 2 Some are concerned about a reduction in property values. While I don’t know if this is factual, I would hope that Plymouth would do its due diligence and research what the results are of EBC building in other locations. I would think that information should be readily available from the municipalities in which EBC operates. EBC greatly benefits the communities and the citizens where they operate. Their many programs serve communities in many ways. In addition to traditional church services and offerings, their programs include counseling, addition recovery, divorce care, hospital visits, grief share, one-on-one care, and many others – all free to anyone – no taxpayer dollars or fees involved. This is a very caring organization that wants each person and family to be happy, healthy, and successful. I would encourage you to view their website (eaglebrookchruch.org). Thank you for your consideration. Neal Wahlman 3435 Rosewood Ln N Plymouth, MN 55441-2201 neal_wahlman@msn.com 612 709-8499 447 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Friday, September 29, 2023 1:01 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Permanent Eagle Brook Church From: Tammy Saphir <tammysaphir@hotmail.com> Sent: Friday, September 29, 2023 12:25 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Permanent Eagle Brook Church Hello I am writing to voice my support of a permanent Eagle Brook Church site in Plymouth Minnesota. Thank you, Tammy Saphir, RPT Mobile Rehab, LLC 612-310-8844 NOTICE: This electronic mail transmission may contain information or other private communication that is privileged at law. If you are not the intended recipient, do not read, distribute, or reproduce this transmission. It is not intended for transmission to, or receipt by, any unauthorized persons. This E-mail (including attachments) is covered by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. 2510-2521. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any retention, dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this electronic mail transmission in error, please delete it from your system without copying it and notify the sender by reply e-mail, fax, or phone. Some people who received this message don't often get email from tammysaphir@hotmail.com. Learn why this is important 63 448 1 Shawn Drill From:Kathy Simula <kathy.simula@gmail.com> Sent:Wednesday, October 4, 2023 12:55 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Re: Request for Rezoning for Eagle Brook Church and Conditional Use Permit 18165 62nd N Maple Grove 55311 On Wed, Oct 4, 2023, 9:46 AM Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Thanks for your e-mail Kathy. What is your address, so we have it for the record? Shawn Drill, Sr. Planner Sent from my iPhone On Oct 4, 2023, at 7:00 AM, Kathy Simula <kathy.simula@gmail.com> wrote: To whom it may concern: We own a home within 750 feet of this site. Before purchasing this home, we investigated the area. We wanted a low-traffic, quiet, residential neighborhood away from major highways or areas of high traffic. A 64,000 square foot church will generate lots of traffic. This would totally change the quiet, peaceful area where we purchased our property. A church of this size should be built away from established homes. Then if potential property owners chose to live nearby, there would not be an issue. We are opposed to changing the zoning of this property to accommodate a large church. Sincerely, Steven G. Simula Kathleen J. Simula You don't often get email from kathy.simula@gmail.com. Learn why this is important You don't often get email from kathy.simula@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 64 449 1 Shawn Drill From:Dave Callister Sent:Saturday, October 14, 2023 8:54 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Fwd: Rezoning application from Eagle Brook Church Get Outlook for iOS From: Gary Swoverland <gary.swoverland@gmail.com> Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2023 8:15:09 PM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: allcouncil@maplegrovemn.gov <allcouncil@maplegrovemn.gov> Subject: Rezoning application from Eagle Brook Church [Some people who received this message don't often get email from gary.swoverland@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Dear Mayor and City Council members: My name is Gary Swoverland and my address is 6205 Shadyview Lane North, Maple Grove, MN. I recently received a letter from the City of Plymouth informing me that Eagle Brook Church has submitted a rezoning application to build a 64,000 square foot church with seating for up to 1,500 people and parking space for 685 vehicles within 750 feet of my home. My property along with a number of my neighbors in the Bonaire neighborhood of Maple Grove abuts the Maple Grove/Plymouth dividing line. When the farmland next to this parcel was developed in 2017 I received a similar notice from the City of Plymouth and I attended the city council meeting. I inquired as to what was going to be built as was assured that the development of the property would be custom homes as nice or nicer than the homes nearby. The proposal to build a large church in the midst of the Bonaire and Hanson home developments is out of place and incongruous with our residential neighborhoods and will be very disruptive to the people who live in this area. I attended the Eagle Brook Church meeting at Wayzata High School. The church indicated that they would hold several services on Saturday afternoon/evenings and multiple services on Sunday mornings possibly going into the afternoons. They also have activities on Wednesday evening. The church intends to build a road along the south side of the Bonaire development to access the church from Maple Grove Parkway. This will create a significant amount of traffic and commotion in the area on weekends when the homeowners would like to have the ability to enjoy their homes. The Plymouth and Maple Grove homeowners in this area have a significant investment in their homes and should have a right to quiet enjoyment of their property. Sincerely, Gary Swoverland Sent from my iPad 65 450 1 Shawn Drill From:Darnell Fischer <dsf820@aol.com> Sent:Monday, October 16, 2023 4:41 PM To:Shawn Drill Cc:Dave Callister Subject:Re: Opposition to mega church in Plymouth Thank you Shawn for your response. My address is 17130 60th Ave N, Plymouth 55446 Sent from my iPhone Darnell Fischer On Oct 16, 2023, at 10:34 AM, Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Good morning. Thank you for your e-mail. In response, please note that Eagle Brook Church is not proposing a two-story parking garage structure. Also, an EAW is not required -- as the proposed church building would contain less than 300,000 square feet (it would contain 64,000 square feet). The wetland review is being conducted separately in accordance with the Wetland Conservation Act. Your e-mail will be added to the public record on this matter. What is your address, so we have it for the record? Thank you. Sincerely, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Darnell Fischer <dsf820@aol.com> Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2023 8:56 PM To: Shawn Drill <sdrill@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Opposition to mega church in Plymouth [You don't often get email from dsf820@aol.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] <image001.jpg> Sent from my iPad You don't often get email from dsf820@aol.com. Learn why this is important 66 451 452 1 Shawn Drill From:Chris LaBounty Sent:Monday, October 16, 2023 8:57 PM To:ref13064@gmail.com Cc:Dave Callister; Jeffry Wosje; Michael Thompson; Shawn Drill Subject:RE: Proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth Evening Richard, Regarding your question on an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW): an EAW is not required -- as the proposed church building would contain less than 300,000 square feet (it would contain 64,000 square feet). The wetland review is being conducted separately in accordance with the Wetland Conservation Act. If you’d like any more details on this you can contact Shawn Drill, cc’d on this email. Sincerely, Chris Chris LaBounty, P.E. Deputy Public Works Director | City Engineer From: Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Monday, October 16, 2023 12:12 PM To: ref13064@gmail.com; Chris LaBounty <clabounty@plymouthmn.gov>; Michael Thompson <mthompson@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Dave Callister <dcallister@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Re: Proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth Richard, thank you for taking time to share and appreciate your thoughts. At this point we have received an application and a traffic study is currently underway. We expect this application to be heard by the Planning Commission in November and in front of the Council in December. There will be opportunity for further public comment at both of these meetings. I am also copying staff on the EAW question you raised so they can follow up with the requirement details when this needs to be applied. Jeff Wosje Mayor City of Plymouth From: ref13064@gmail.com <ref13064@gmail.com> Sent: Monday, October 16, 2023 12:05 PM To: Jeffry Wosje <jwosje@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth [You don't often get email from ref13064@gmail.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] 67 453 2 Hello mayor Wosje, I am writing today to express my opposition to the proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth, MN on Chankahda Trail. The proposed complex would impact the traffic congestion, the environment, and the surrounding neighborhoods. I would also like to request that an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) be completed for the area, as it is located on protected wetlands and is in a residential neighborhood not zoned for this type of building. The area has considerable vehicle traffic now,the added traffic burden of a mega church is unapprovable. In the end the the megachurch proposed effects negatively my family,our immediate neighbors and conceivably all residents of the nationally recognized “Quality of life”Plymouth MN. Thank you for your thoughtful consideration, Richard Fischer Homeowner in adjacent neighborhood of proposed megachurch. Sent from my iPhone 454 1 Shawn Drill From:MmMAspiriN <mmmaspirin@yahoo.com> Sent:Tuesday, October 17, 2023 11:20 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:RE: Potential Megachurch in Plymouth Hello, My address is 17205 Chankahda Trail, Plymouth, MN. Thank you for your reply. Anthony On Mon, Oct 16, 2023 at 10:53 AM, Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> wrote: Hello. Thank you for your e-mail. What is your address, so we have it for the record? Thanks, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 Get Outlook for iOS From: MmMAspiriN <mmmaspirin@yahoo.com> Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2023 1:06:43 AM To: Council Members <council@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Potential Megachurch in Plymouth Hello, I am writing you in concern about a potential megachurch being built down the street from me. My family and I do not support this potential decision. The traffic, environmental, and quality of life impacts to residents is immeasurable (not to mention the financial impact due to the immediate devaluation of surrounding homes). This is a residential area and we do not need a for-profit mega church impacting our neighborhood. I have signed the petition at change.org (https://www.change.org/p/no-eaglebrook-mega-church-in-plymouth) as have over 3,000 other people. Please reconsider allowing this to happen to our neighborhood. Anthony Hommes Some people who received this message don't often get email from mmmaspirin@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important 68 455 1 Shawn Drill From:Shawn Drill Sent:Tuesday, October 17, 2023 1:21 PM To:Treichel, Brett (he/him/his) Cc:Kel Treichel Subject:RE: EagleBrook Development Plan Hi Brett. The Planning Commission’s public hearing, which you will be invited to and may wish to attend, is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 15. The City Council date for final action is tentatively set for Dec. 12. Thank you, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Treichel, Brett (he/him/his) <Brett.Treichel@bsci.com> Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2023 11:24 AM To: Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Kel Treichel <treichka@gmail.com> Subject: Re: EagleBrook Development Plan Thanks Shawn- very helpful and appreciate the quick follow-up. When will the approval process be finalized (either denied or accepted)? Brett From: Shawn Drill <SDrill@plymouthmn.gov> Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2023 9:05:38 AM To: Treichel, Brett (he/him/his) <Brett.Treichel@bsci.com> Cc: Kel Treichel <treichka@gmail.com> Subject: {External} RE: EagleBrook Development Plan Good morning Brett. Thank you for your e-mail. 1. 61st Avenue was stubbed up to the east border of “The Fields at Meadow Ridge” to provide for its future continuation/extension through the Luedke Farm area to connect over to Maple Grove Parkway. Since no new street access is allowed to Chankahda Trail, the street design was set up so that any residents living on the Luedke Farm area would enter and exit that site either to their west (through your neighborhood), or to their east to Maple Grove Parkway. A temporary cul-de-sac turn-around was placed (via easement) on 18120 61st Ave. for the interim period. Under the Church’s plan, that temporary cul-de-sac turn-around would be removed/restored and a new permanent cul-de-sac turn-around (with curb and gutter) would be constructed to the east, right off the end of the existing stub street. An “emergency-only” driveway access would provide a secondary means of access to the church site from the cul-de-sac turn-around to the church building, as required by the police and fire departments -- in case there is an emergency on the site and the main driveway You don't often get email from brett.treichel@bsci.com. Learn why this is important CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe. Be Security Conscious! 69 456 2 from Maple Grove Parkway is blocked (e.g., downed tree, etc.). The “emergency-only” driveway would not be open to general traffic and would be cordoned off in some fashion yet to be determined. 2. Yes, existing Harvest Park (a city neighborhood park) would be expanded to the east so about one-half of its area is within “The Fields at Meadow Ridge” and about one-half its area is on the Luedke Farm site. Would just be additional park land/open space at this time, as the play feature is already installed within the existing portion of the park. 3. Yes, the parking lot will be lit but Plymouth has one of the most stringent lighting ordinances in the metropolitan area (modeled on the Dark Sky Institution draft ordinance). Given the distance of any parking lot lighting to residential lot lines, it is unlikely that the lighting will be noticeable from off the site. Also, we require that lighting levels be turned down overnight to 50% of what’s allowed. 4. They will need to be working on your street to remove the existing temp. cul-de-sac and install the permanent cul-de-sac. Other than that, all other construction site access is planned to come from Maple Grove Parkway. They’ve told us, if approved, they would hope to start construction in spring and complete it in about one year. Note that there would also be construction noise, etc. with any type of site development. Sincerely, Shawn B. Drill, AICP | Senior Planner City of Plymouth, MN Phone: 763.509.5456 From: Treichel, Brett (he/him/his) <Brett.Treichel@bsci.com> Sent: Monday, October 16, 2023 4:43 PM To: Shawn Drill <sdrill@plymouthmn.gov> Cc: Kel Treichel <treichka@gmail.com> Subject: EagleBrook Development Plan Hi Shawn, I’m a homeowner at the Fields of Meadow Ridge on 61st Ave. North (adjacent to the proposed new Eaglebrook church). Have a few questions I’m hoping you can answer. 1. There’s a cul-de-sac proposed next to the Fields at Meadow ridge at the end of 61st Ave. North. Please confirm that there is no plan for traffic flow through to the church. I believe that’s the case, but can’t tell from the drawing. It looks like there is an access road to the church parking lot – is that for emergency use only? How wide will that path be? 2. Is there a proposed Park expansion? If so, what is planned and where will it be located? 3. Will the church parking lots have outdoor lighting? Concerned with how bright that will be at night and how late those lights will be on throughout the night time. Please confirm. 4. When would the proposed construction begin and end? How will construction team members access the site? Do not want large construction trucks driving through our neighborhood. Thanks, Brett Treichel Home Owner – 18125 61st Ave N. Plymouth, MN 55446 You don't often get email from brett.treichel@bsci.com. Learn why this is important 457 1 Shawn Drill From:karin webster <kswebster365@yahoo.com> Sent:Wednesday, November 1, 2023 5:30 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Eagle Brook Church [You don't often get email from kswebster365@yahoo.com. Learn why this is important at https://aka.ms/LearnAboutSenderIdentification ] Good Evening Shawn, I am writing to share my support of Eagle Brook Church building on hwy 47. As a family living off 47 & 101 for many years, I can definitively say a church would be a welcome sight. The area is so over populated with homes now, that a change is needed. Please allow the purchase and build to move forward. Thank you, Karin Webster 70 458 1 Shawn Drill From:Brian Mrugala <bmrugala70@gmail.com> Sent:Thursday, November 2, 2023 2:18 PM To:Shawn Drill Subject:Eagle Brook church project Hello, I attend Eagle Brook church that currently meets at Wayzata High School. I fully support the current proposal and feel the church will fit in perfectly with the surrounding Thank you for your time. Brian Mrugala You don't often get email from bmrugala70@gmail.com. Learn why this is important 71 459 1 Shawn Drill From:Chloe McGuire Sent:Tuesday, October 31, 2023 8:31 AM To:Shawn Drill Subject:FW: Proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth From: Rakesh Neelimandhu <nrrakesh@hotmail.com> Sent: Monday, October 30, 2023 10:26 PM To: Chloe McGuire <cmcguire@plymouthmn.gov> Subject: Proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth Hello, I am writing today to express my opposition to the proposed Eagle Brook Church in Plymouth, MN on Chankahda Trail. The proposed complex would impact the traffic congestion, the environment, and the surrounding neighborhoods. I would also like to request that an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) be completed for the area, as it is located on protected wetlands and is in a residential neighborhood not zoned for this type of building. Thank you, Rakesh Neelimandhu You don't often get email from nrrakesh@hotmail.com. Learn why this is important 72 460 73 461 74 462 463 75 464 465 76 466 77 467 78 468 79 469 470 Index of Correspondence Received -- 11-7 & 11-8-2023 Name Address Letter No. Laura Kooistra 5925 Xene Ln 80 Andy & Cassie Olson 16610 58th Ave 81 Adam & Svetlana Nawrocki 2700 Quaker Ln 82 Katherine Haight 5410 Polaris Ln 83 David Haight 5410 Polaris Ln 84 471 80 472 81 473 82 474 83 475 84 476 Index of Correspondence Received – 11-9 thru 11-14-2023 Name Address Letter No. Hillary Gokey 6270 Peony Ln 85 Mike Louis 4565 Glacier Ln 86 City of Maple Grove (includes City of Plymouth Response) 87 & 87.1 Sami Yusuf 18222 58th Pl 88 Joe & Sarah Piket 17749 62nd Ave 89 Christopher & Kristin Curtis 17166 62nd Ave 90 Andrew Schultz & family 6569 Zircon Ln 91 Paul Lyon 7128 Queensland Ln 92 Rachana Thapa 5805 Walnut Grove Ln 93 477 85 478 86 479 480 481 482 483 Thursday, November 9, 2023 Mr. Grant Fernelius City of Plymouth, MN 3400 Plymouth Boulevard Plymouth, MN 55447 RE: Eagle Brook Church Proposal Mr. Fernelius: Thank you for the opportunity to review and analyze plans for Eagle Brook Church, a proposed 70,000 square foot facility to be located on the northwest corner of Chankahda Trail and Maple Grove Parkway. The City of Maple Grove has concerns regarding potential traffic generated by this use, and the lack of adequate entrance and exit points to the site. Based on the review of plans and discussion with Plymouth staff, it is apparent that the site is served by only one primary access point which is located on Maple Grove Parkway. The traffic study indicates that, during peak usage times, northbound left- turning traffic will spill-out beyond available storage areas. Additionally, congestion caused by this entrance and its close proximity to Fieldstone Boulevard will likely result in some motorists choosing to avoid the area altogether, opting instead to utilize and already-strained Fieldstone Boulevard. To alleviate congestion on Maple Grove Parkway and on local streets, the City of Maple Grove requests that an additional entrance and exit is provided to the site along Chankahda Trail. Aligning the access point with the existing access point to Meadow Ridge Elementary School, or elsewhere on Chankahda Trail, would help to disburse traffic and alleviate congestion on Maple Grove and Plymouth roadways. It was stated by Plymouth staff that there is concern regarding the curvature of Chankahda Trail. However, with the recent reconstruction of Chankahda Trail to urban standards, it appears that an access point could be made on the south side of the property. The traffic study did not include data that supports keeping access off of Chankahda Trail. Prior to advancing this project, we request to review data to better analyze this assertion. 87 484 Eagle Brook Church Proposal Thursday, November 9, 2023 Page 2 Without the additional access point on Chankahda Trail, the City of Maple Grove does not support approval of this project, and requests that it be tabled until additional site access can be achieved. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Sincerely, Joe Hogeboom Community and Economic Development Director Copy: Maple Grove Mayor and City Councilmembers Heidi Nelson, City Administrator Vince Vander Top, Interim Public Works Director/ City Engineer Peter Vickerman, Planning Manager Jupe Hale, Assistant Public Works Director/ Assistant City Engineer John Hagen, Transportation Operations Engineer 485 Eagle Brook Church – Supplemental Traffic Memo City Engineering Comments Chris McKenzie, PE, Engineering Services Manager November 13, 2023 Background The following memo is intended to supplement the Plymouth Eagle Brook Church Traffic Study (Traffic Study), dated November 7, 2023 by Transportation Collaborative & Consultants (TC^2) to evaluate the proposed Plymouth Eagle Brook Church site plan. The full traffic study and site plan can be found here: https://www.plymouthmn.gov/departments/community-economic- development/planning/development-applications/eagle-brook-church Proposed Driveway Access to Maple Grove Parkway The current site plan proposed a singular, main driveway from Eagle Brook Church to Maple Grove Parkway, aligned with 61st Avenue to the east. The only other property access proposed will be for emergencies only, connecting to 61st Avenue on the west side of the site through the existing neighborhood. The proposed driveway on Maple Grove Parkway, aligning with 61st Avenue, provides the following: · This driveway location has been studied and shown to work well with the site design and the city roadway system. · The driveway location is supported by Eagle Brook Church development team in the overall site design. · The anticipated traffic queuing is limited to the internal driveway and right and left dedicated turn lanes on Maple Grove Parkway. · Through traffic, including at the signal of Chankahda Trial and Maple Grove Parkway / Peony Lane is shown to function within capacities of the roadways and intersections. · The proposed driveway lines up and creates a standard four-way intersection with existing 61st Avenue. · Wetland impacts on the proposed design are limited and minor and would expand significantly with any additional access points at or greater than one-quarter mile of Maple Grove Parkway / Peony Lane. · The current proposed plan encourages trail users to utilize the tunnel that separates pedestrian users from crossing traffic at Chankahda Trail at Maple Grove Parkway. · Police providing additional traffic control on Maple Grove Parkway has been identified as a recommendation, not a requirement, within the traffic study. Eagle Brook Church has reported that hiring police officers is standard practice for Sunday mornings, and significant holidays at all their locations, and intend to continue that practice in Plymouth. · Both Police and Fire departments have been part of the design process and are comfortable with the site design and access arrangements as shown. 87.1 486 Eagle Brook Church – Supplemental Traffic Memo November 13, 2023 Page 2 of 6 Existing Church Location The current Plymouth Eagle Brook Church temporary location is located in the Wayzata High School, and is looking to permanently reside in the proposed location. Peony Lane/Maple Grove Parkway, a city arterial roadway, provides a direct 1.5 mile connection between the high school driveway and proposed driveway. While some neighborhoods and roads exist between the two, much of that space is undeveloped land, park and wetlands not contributing much to altering traffic patterns and providing alternative routes. Having the proximity of the two locations means, in general, the church generated traffic is already impacting streets in the area. As an example, if an attendee lives north of Chankahda Trail, the impacts of their trips will not change the overall road volumes and routes north of Chankahda Trail, with the change from the temporary to the permanent locations. They will still travel to and from the church and drive north, the difference is the 1.5 miles on Peony Lane / Maple Grove Parkway. When data was collected and the traffic study was completed, trips generated from the temporary Eagle Brook Church location we not altered and subtracted. The proposed trip generation and modeling is, in effect, added to the existing trips. In practice, these trips aren’t added, rather just change from the temporary to proposed location. It was decided to take the conservative approach to take the worst- case scenario for traffic impacts. Comparable Eagle Brook Church Location Eagle Brook Church has several locations within the Twin Cities area. The traffic study has taken traffic counts from comparable churches to predict the impact of the proposed Plymouth location. This data was used to validate the modeling, and identify potential variations, which have been accounted for. Two locations, White Bear Lake and Lino Lakes, were examined specifically for their historical traffic impacts. While both locations have two driveways, the driveway proximity to each other have them function as one driveway onto the same roadway. During the rush of service exit times, the two driveways conflict with each other, acting essentially as the single driveway. Both locations were noted as performing well with minimal impacts to the city street system. Eagle Brook Church has reported that hiring police officers is standard practice for Sunday mornings, and significant holidays at all their locations. Pedestrian Safety From the Hennepin County Pedestrian Facility Treatments Design Guidance, marked crosswalks where speeds can achieve 45 miles per hour or more should have either traffic signals or grade separation to provide safe means for both vehicles and pedestrian users of the corridor. Providing a driveway access along Chankahda Trail may encourage mid-block pedestrian crossings, without marking or any protections, with destinations of the elementary school and future city park south of Chankahda Trial from the north. To accommodate the pedestrian crossing of Chankahda Trail, the city has recently provided a grade separated tunnel for pedestrians to prevent conflict with vehicle traffic, and a signalized intersection to protect pedestrians who do not utilize the grade separated pedestrian tunnel. 487 Eagle Brook Church – Supplemental Traffic Memo November 13, 2023 Page 3 of 6 Emergency Access The emergency access will be provided from 61st Avenue to the west, from a proposed cul-de-sac on a fire department approved emergency road, appearing as a trail, to be needed only when needed by emergency vehicles. This access will have fire department approved bollards, or other restrictions to prohibit normal vehicle traffic from using the emergency access. It will be plowed in the winter. Parking is adequate within the site, and on-street parking in the neighborhood to the west is not expected. Pedestrians will be able to use the emergency road. Access Management Both Maple Grove Parkway/Peony Lane and Chankahda Trail have a functional classification as Arterial roadways. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Minnesota Department of Transportation (MNDOT), the Metropolitan Council of Environmental Services (MCES), Hennepin County, City of Plymouth 2040 Comprehensive Plan, and the County Road 47 Corridor Study and Cities of Plymouth and Maple Grove use consistent functional classifications to ensure that a system of roadways and streets provides a balanced relationship between travel mobility and land access. Planners and engineers used the funct