Attached please find a memo from Mr. Harden regarding issues relating to the Dunlawton Drainage Project Berm that has been added under his comments for tonight’s meeting.
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Dear Manager Harden,
At last night’s Council meeting, Mr Brad Blais of Quentin L Hampton Associates stated that he could not recall any plans that ever showed the berm “wrapping around” the west side of the Halifax Canal. He invited anyone who had such plans to bring them forward.
Toward that end I’ve attached a file labeled Revised as-built 29869-4 that shows a plan sealed by Mr Andrew Giannini of Quentin Hampton in October of 2014 and available on the SJRWMD website. It clearly shows the berm wrapping around the west side of the canal, as do other plans on the SJRWMD website dating back to 2010. I’ve also attached a file labeled Revised as-built 29869-4 detail that is a cropped section of the original file more closely approximating the area shown by Mr Blais at last night’s meeting. I hope this clarifies somewhat the evolution of the berm from its original strong design through a weakened, shortened design to its ultimate deletion.
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