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File #: 21-4820    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Contract - Award Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/7/2021 In control: Commissioners Court
On agenda: 9/14/2021 Final action:
Title: Request for approval of a right-of-entry agreement with the City of Houston, Texas for permission to access over and across City property to perform maintenance work on a section of Turkey Creek from Chatterton Drive to 3,200 feet downstream, Buffalo Bayou Watershed, Project ID W167-04-00-X013, Agreement No. 2022-54, Precinct 3.
Attachments: 1. 21-4820 091421 ROE COH 2022-54 PCT 3 backup.pdf
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Department: Flood Control District

Department Head/Elected Official: Alan R. Black, P.E., Interim Executive Director


Regular or Supplemental RCA:

? Regular RCA
? Supplemental RCA


Type of Request: Interlocal Agreement

Project ID (if applicable): W167-04-00-X013
Vendor/Entity Legal Name (if applicable): City of Houston
MWDBE Participation (if applicable): N/A

Request Summary (Agenda Caption):
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Request for approval of a right-of-entry agreement with the City of Houston, Texas for permission to access over and across City property to perform maintenance work on a section of Turkey Creek from Chatterton Drive to 3,200 feet downstream, Buffalo Bayou Watershed, Project ID W167-04-00-X013, Agreement No. 2022-54, Precinct 3.
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Background and Discussion:
The purpose of this this right-of-entry request is to allow the District to access the upstream end of the channel reach to be repaired. This access will allow the channel repair to be completed more efficiently.

Expected Impact:
This maintenance contract will restore this reach of channel to its original condition by repairing any channel erosion of the earthen section, repairing the concrete lined section where damages have occurred and removing any siltation that may have accumulated in the channel bottom.

Alternative Options:
Access to the channel can only occur at the upstream and downstream ends of the 3,200-ft maintenance reach. If this access (across COH property) is not approved, all repair equipment will have to access the maintenance reach from the downstream end. This will increase the time and cost for the District to make the repairs to the damaged areas considerable.


Alignment with Goal(s):
? Justice and Safety
? Economic Opportunity
? Housing
? Public Health


? Transportation
? Flooding
? Environment
? Governance and Customer Service
Prior Court Action (if any): N/A



Location:

Address (if applicable list below): Turkey Creek at Chatterton Drive


? Countywide
? Precinct...

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