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File #: 18-4577    Version: 1 Name: Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Pineville
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 3/8/2018 In control: LUESA
On agenda: 4/3/2018 Final action:
Title: : Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Pineville
Attachments: 1. 18-4577 LittleSugarCreek_ILA_Resolution revised.pdf, 2. BA 18-4577 LSCG_LeitnerTrib_figure, 3. BA 18-4577 LeitnerTribILA_signed
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Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Pineville




1) Adopt Resolution authorizing Interlocal Agreement for funding of Little Sugar Creek 485-Polk Site Stream Restoration Project


2) Recognize, receive and appropriate up to $68,575 from theTown of Pineville for its share of the Little Sugar Creek Stream Restoration Project by June 30, 2020


Staff Contact:                      Stephanie Roberts-Bowman, LUESA - Storm Water Services



Presentation:                      No                                          




This interlocal agreement is between the Town of Pineville and Mecklenburg County for funding of a joint storm water, water quality project on and adjacent to Little Sugar Creek in Pineville.  The County will design and construct a stream enhancement/stabilization project on a tributary to Little Sugar Creek. The project is approximately 500 linear feet of stream from Leitner Drive to the confluence with Little Sugar Creek. The Town of Pineville will fund the design and construction of stream enhancement/stabilization for the Unnamed Tributary of Little Sugar Creek (“UT1”).  The Board approved the selection of Wildlands Engineering, the design engineering firm for this project, on February 3, 2015.


The County will oversee and manage the project from design through construction while coordinating closely with the Town. The interlocal agreement includes compensation to the County for the Town’s portion of design and construction in the amount of $68,575.  The County’s portion of the design and construction is $947,692.50, and is being funded by Mecklenburg County Storm Water capital improvement funds. The total project budget for design and construction of the project, including the UT1 is $1,016,267.50. 









Increase in Fund 8901 local revenue and related expenses of up to $68,575.00