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File #: 21-2543    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agreement Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/28/2021 In control: Commissioners Court
On agenda: 6/8/2021 Final action:
Title: Recommendation to execute an interlocal agreement with the San Jacinto River Authority, City of Houston, Texas, and City of Humble, Texas for the Upper San Jacinto River Basin Regional Sedimentation Study partnership project. Funds are available in the amount of $162,500. (San Jacinto River Watershed, Bond ID C-50, Project ID G103-00-00-Y007, Agreement No. 2021-136, Countywide).
Attachments: 1. 21-2543 SJRA 2021-136 backup CW
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To: Harris County Commissioners Court

Through: Russell A. Poppe, P.E. Executive Director, Harris County Flood Control District
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Prepared By: Matthew K. Zeve, P.E. Deputy Executive Director, Harris County Flood Control District

Subject: Agreement with San Jacinto River Authority, City of Houston, and City of Humble Texas
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Project ID (If applicable]: G103-00-00-Y007

Purpose and Request:
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Recommendation to execute an interlocal agreement with the San Jacinto River Authority, City of Houston, Texas, and City of Humble, Texas for the Upper San Jacinto River Basin Regional Sedimentation Study partnership project. Funds are available in the amount of $162,500. (San Jacinto River Watershed, Bond ID C-50, Project ID G103-00-00-Y007, Agreement No. 2021-136, Countywide).
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Background and Discussion:
This feasibility study will be led by the San Jacinto River Authority. The District is a funding partner for up to 50% of the required local match. This work effort is partially funded by a grant from the Texas Water Development Board through the Flood Infrastructure Fund which will provide up to $750,000 with a 50% local match requirement of $375,000. The purpose of the study is to identify potential location(s) to construct one or more sand traps along the San Jacinto River and its tributaries upstream of Lake Houston. Allowing sediment to accumulate in a designated location(s) will reduce long term operation and maintenance costs.

Fiscal Impact:
The agreement is for up to $162,500 and will be funded out of the 2018 Bond Program, Bond ID C-50.
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