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File #: 18-4512    Version: 1 Name: Easement Donation - Hucks Road Community Park
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 2/5/2018 In control: Asset/Facility Management
On agenda: 2/20/2018 Final action:
Title: : Easement Donation - Hucks Road Community Park
Attachments: 1. Easement Map
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Easement Donation - Hucks Road Community Park

Accept the donation of a storm drainage easement on Tax Parcel 027-194-71 (± 1,075 square feet) from Holly and Jose Vasquez for the maintenance of storm water infrastructure for Hucks Road Community Park

Staff Contact: Katie Daughtry, Asset & Facility Management

Presentation: No

On January 3, 2018, the Board approved the construction of park facilities at Hucks Road Community Park, which is currently undeveloped. The park facilities include a playground, sprayground, picnic shelter, restroom facilities, fenced large and small dog parks, pickleball courts, basketball court, community gardens, walking trails, landscaping, and parking facilities. Construction of the park is expected to start March 1, 2018 and take approximately 11 months to complete.

The City’s Land Development Ordinance requires the County to construct a detention basin as part of the park construction project to manage the storm water runoff from the park. As currently designed, a pipe will drain the basin into the City’s storm water system. A small portion of the pipe will need to be installed on Tax Parcel 027-194-71, which will require a permanent easement so the County can both install and maintain the pipe.

The property owners have agreed to donate the permanent easement in exchange for the relocation of a tree from the public right of way of Royal Bluff Drive onto their property. The tree would have been removed and disposed of as part of the park construction project, which calls for the extension of the sidewalk on Royal Bluff Drive through the park, creating a neighborhood access point. Instead the tree will be relocated to the owners property as part of the park construction project through a Right of Entry previously obtained from the property owners by the County. The relocation of the tree is contingent upon final approval by CDOT.



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