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Capital Project List

Project Priorities marked in RED (A) indicate that those Projects are already underway Project Priorities marked in BLACK (A/B/C) indicate that those Projects are under consideration Project Priorities unmarked indicate that those Projects require further discussion or investigation
Category Recreation Rondout Recreation Center HVAC Replace existing 40 year-old boiler and make necessary repairs to Air Conditioning system with controls Install new septic tank, pump chamber with pumps and force main to North Street Sewer Existing boiler is 40 years old and inefficient, air conditioning system is inadequate, precluding usage during hot weather These sewer improvements are part of a DEC Estuary Grant previously scheduled for completion last year; a time extension was granted through September, 2014 A Community Development Project for 2013/14 Reimbursible to 75%, Need to coordinate with DPW for installation $100,000 A Project Name Description Justification Remarks Cost Priority

Kingston Point Park Pavilion

$10,000

Rondout Lighthouse Rondout Lighthouse Provide sewer and water service to the Rondout Lighthouse Economic Development $400,000

City Hall City Hall Tower Rehabilitation City Hall Emergency Generator Transportation Realign and reconstruct Abeel Street from FHWA Project reimbursement of Broadway to Dock Street (FHWA Project) $4,120,000 (95% reimbursable) Upgrade the traffic signals at Wahington FHWA Project reimbursement of Washington Avenue Signals Upgrade Avenue intersections with North Front Street $339,568 (95% reimbursable) and Schwenk Drive (FHWA Project) Replace the Greenkill Avenue Bridge (FHWA FHWA Project reimbursement of Greenkill Avenue Bridge Replacement Project) $3,600,000 (95% reimbursable) Broadway Sidewalk Replacement at No local match, will complete work already $100,000 Local (100% City Hall started by DPW, eliminates hazards reimbursable) Uptown Parking Garage Stairway Repair / replace existing concrete stairs from Rehabilitation North Front Street to at-grade lot below Controll equipment is failing, signal heads do not conform to size requirements, cable towers Replace controllers, signal heads, cable towers Rt. 9W & Rt. 32 Intersection do not allow for raising the signal heads to the Maintenance of this intersection is and sensors; Install pedestrian crossings and Signalization required elevation, traffic loop detection is non- a City responsibility count-down signals functional; pedestrian crossings and signalization is non-existent Preservation, Continuity with previous work The paved surface was last Mill and Fill from Lucas Avenue to Boulevard Washington Avenue Resurfacing between Lucas and North Front and reconstructed about 20 years ago (30' W x 4750' L = 15,800 SY) anticipated work at Tannery Brook crossing (CHIPs) Abeel Street Reconstruction $206,000 $16,979 $180,000 $0 $50,000 A A A A A Long-term stabilization of the structure with Continue rehabilitation of City Hall Tower and repairs to Lunets damaged by water the Council Chambers penetration Provide for city-wide communications during Bid - Awaiting Award; Funded Install new Natural Gas Emergency Generator loss of power under separate Bond $450,000 $75,000 A A

$300,000

$160,000

Resurfacing and Striping of the North Front Street Parking Lots (2) and Resurface and stripe the surface parking lots Broadway Lot Sidewalk and Street Crossing Improvements Grant

Safe Routes to Schools WWTP Hurricane Sandy - FEMA Reimbursement

The existing lots are in very poor condition; restriping will provide for better circulation; improved lighting will enhance safety; Parking Permit dispenser will provide a mechanism to defray improvement costs and future maintenance Provide for enhanced access and safety to major school "walking" routes

project has been discussed for several years and has been on our list of "things to do" FHWA Project (100% Reimbursable)

$250,000

$0

Upgrades to current standards may facilitate Reimbursement from FEMA upon completion other improvements including Blowers, of repairs, upgrades and hazard mitigation Filters, Emergency Generator

Currenty Project Work worksheets detailing the proposed work totals nearly $3,000,000 at 89% reimburement rate Bid Awarded TO PIM Corporation for $71,785, encombrance

$330,000

Digester Concrete Repairs Secondary Bar Rack Primary Tanks Flights and Drives Primary Tanks Concrete Repairs

Concrete surface repairs at Digesters Replace Secondary Bar Screen Replace Concrete surface repairs (49 Yrs) at Primary Tanks

Encumbered 2013 expense Existing Bar Screen is at the end of its life expectancy Deteriorating concrete surfaces Pumps run continuously at capacity Existing hydrants are 41 years old some are out of service

$71,785 $125,000 $50,000 $100,000

A B C B C C

Primary Sludge Centrifugal Pumps (4) Replace aging pumps (41 Yrs) Plant-Water Hydrants Replace aging plant-water hydrants (10 Each)

FEMA?

$160,000 $25,000

Control-House Boiler

New, consolidated boilers with heat exchanger Replace aging boiler, consolidate with Main recovery will provide greater energy efficiency Building boiler and Pelletizer Heat Exchanger with a pay-back estimated to be 7 years New, consolidated boilers with heat exchanger Replace aging boiler, consolidate with Controlrecovery will provide greater energy efficiency House boiler and Pelletizer Heat Exchanger with a pay-back estimated to be 7 years Replace 14" Dia. Piping with 18" Dia. Piping Replace existing blowers with turbo blowers Existing controllers are 20 years old and Remove and replace existing filter ystems and subject to failure, also provide for VFD controllers commonality with Turbo-Blowers Currently two generators are required to provide sufficient electrical power to operate Replace the existing 300 Kw Diesel the WWTP, consolidating to one generator Emergency Generator would reduce owning/operating costs, and could be coordinated with all other electrical upgrades Increased pipe size will reduce piping head lossess and result in higher flow capacity to meet 2X requirement

Energy Efficiency (7 Year Payback)

$50,000

Main-Building Boiler

Settled Sewage Pumps Discharge Piping and Mag-Meter Aeration Blowers Aeration Blower Filters and Controllers with VFDs

Regulatory / Energy Efficiency / Possibly NYSERDA Grant Energy Efficiency (7 Year Payback) Energy Efficiency (7 Year Payback) Diesel @ $100,000 Natural Gas @ $200,000 This work may be able to be coordinated with FEMA Reimbursements

$250,000 $570,000 $16,000

A A A

500 Kw Natural Gas Emergency Generator

$200,000

Stormwater

Kingston Plaza Levee Re-Certification

Loss of approximately $??M in assessed valuation Sediment build-up partially blocks outflow, reducing culvert capacity Existing pipe is collapsed and causes the Broadway Underpass to flood periodically as well as Summer Street and a portion of Wiltwyck Cemetery; the Wiltwyck Cemetery has put the City on Notice.

$75,000 for Project Assessment, meeting with Congressman Gibson's Office scheduled for April 15 DPW Project / Equipment Rental and Material costs only FEMA reimbursement CSX will also be replacing the box culvert under the tracks and embankment between the Cemetery and the DPW Wilbur Ave Annex. DPW Project / Equipment Rental and Material costs only

$75,000

Twaalfskill Creek Outlet Sediment Removal Twaalfskill Creek Repairs Jacobs Valley Storm Sewer Replacement

Remove sediment by means of HydroVac Repair / Replace Gabion Basket Walls

$50,000 $125,000

A A

Replace existing RCP

$675,000

Hurley Avenue Drainage Improvements (see Andy) Hurley Avenue Drainage Improvements (see Andy) Roosevelt Park drainage

Improve drainage of Hurley Avenue in the Solve drainage problem at #224 and also vacinity of #224 Hurley Ave. to NYS Thruway provide needed street drainage Improve drainage of Hurley Avenue in the vacinity of #135 Hurley Ave. Extension of existing storm sewers

$20,000

The existing storm drain is only 15" Dia CMP, A claim has been filed by #135 a 30" Dia drain is required to adequately Hurley Ave for flooding eliminate flooding Localized flooding / Inflow to sanitary sewer Remove I/I by providing stormwater onnections where alternative street connections are cost prohibitive DPW Project / material costs only A"Green Infrastructure" Project to provide convenient stormwater connections to property owners where density and physical features make it feasible Currently working on the Tidal Rondout watershed Management Plan which will provide a segway into possible controls and cooperative effort with the Town of Ulster. A $250,000 Grant @ 75% Reimbursable utilizing InKind Services

$200,000 $100,000

B B

Mid-Town Stormwater Connections (Pilot Project)

Provide stormwater connections at sidewalk for downspout and sump pump drainage

$50,000

Main Street Brook / Tannery Brook Watershed Development

Develop watershed improvements for the control of flood waters (requires coordinated effort with the Town of Ulster)

Flooding along the Tannery Brook and Main Street Brook result from uncontrolled runoff from Town of Ulster properties

$62,500

Amy Court Drainage (see Andy)

Replace existing undersized drainage pipe (21") with that specified in subdivision plans (24")

The existing undersized pipe restricts drainage system capacity, resulting in localized flooding DPW Project / material costs only at the Amy Court Couldesac (S. John Peters) Twin Ponds accepts and manages stormwater drainage from the Town of Ulster and portions of Linderman Avenue, enhancements at the Upper Pond Drain and Lower Pond Outlet will protect downstream properties from flooding An existing agreement provided for new outlet controls and protection at the Lower Pond, improvements to the embankment and drainage channel were to be accomplished by DPW

$50,000

Stabilize and armour the Lower Pond Twin Ponds Outlet Improvements (see embankment, develop stabilized emergency Andy) overflow and pond outlet pipe discharge

$20,000

Sanitary Washington Avenue Tunnel Repairs Sliplining and related Tunnel and Reline the Stormwater Comparment with Link- Sink Holes in Washington Avenue, private invert repairs "upstream" are Pipe and Slipline the Sanitary Sewer with property damage and reduced volitile organics ongoing, Stormwater repairs HDPE on a mass basis at the WWTP completed Work includes soil stabilization in the Sink Holes in Washington Avenue, private Washington Avenue corridor, piping of the property damage and reduced volitile organics $1.4M Grant, 80% reimbursable Tannery Brook and restoration of surfaces on a mass basis at the WWTP $1,880,000 A

EDA Grant - Washington Avenue Tunnel

$280,000

Grand Street and Broadway Sewer

Replace 100 year + concrete horse-collar sanitary sewer, separate stormwater.

The Grand Street and Broadway concrete Emergency closures to Broadway sewers have failed four times in the past four are very disruptive to the public years, three times under emergency conditions, and business interests emergency repairs are very expensive STAVO and Wolf Tech are relocating under an economic development initiative What-If senarios

$765,000

Flatbush Avenue and Foxhall Avenue Replace existing undersized sewers with Sewer Replacement geometric issues (slope, configuration)

Washington Avenue Tunnel

The relocation of STAVO and Wolf Tech will add significant flow to a sewer with inadequate capacity. Provide information for use in reaction to a A "planning-level" design for future use in the possible future emergency (by-pass pumping event of a Tunnel collapse rates / connections / detours / design alternatives) Separate sewers near Block Park that are tributary to the Block Park Pump Station

$940,000

$25,000

Abeel Street Sewer Replacement

Ponckhockie Street Sewer

The Block Park Pump Station is Elliminate significant I/I to the Pump Station, hydraulically overwhelmed at and "regular" overflows times during wet weather events There is currently no sanitary sewer on the dead-end portion of Ponckhonkie Street, We've already begun looking into Install new sanitary sewer to service the homes individual laterals discharge through this project, and have dyed-out one on Ponckhockie Street backyards and across other private property to home. A Community Development connections on Gill Street, Abruyn and East Project for 2013/14 Strand

$165,000

$100,000

CSOs Sediment Removal at Wilber Pretreatment Pump Station Removed sediment, dewater and dispose These tanks were cleaned several years ago and need to be done on a bi-annual basis to ensure proper operation of the system. Remove regulatory and maintenance burden on DPW, improve water quality of the Rondout Creek. Eliminate need to comply with SPRTKA at this location Law requires public notification of sewer overflows Access is difficult Subject of approval by NYSDEC Bid - Awaiting Award; Funded under separate Bond $50,000 A

Hunter Street CSO Separation

Separate sewers to de-commission the CSO

$400,000 Pending development of regulation by DEC

SPRTKA Broadway CSO Improvements Hasbrouck Regulator Upgrades Pump Stations

Sewage Pollution Right to Know Act CSO Regulator improvements for maintenance Phase I of LTCP Implementation

$100,000 $50,000 $328,272 C A

North Street, Frog Alley, North Street Pump Stations are hydraulically overloaded and Harding Ave Pump Station Replace pumps and increase wet well capacity during periods of wet weather Improvements DPW Transfer Station Canapies Bid Awarded to Carey Construction for $65,000 Construct equipment sheds and wash bays Close brush dump located on Wiltwyck Cemetery Property Heated storage is required for Sweeper and VacTruck, Wash Bays needed for vehicle cleaning, "Drying Bed" needed to dewater VacTruck waste Design submitted to DEC two years ago, City Awaiting DEC Approval of under Notice of Violation Closure Plan

$400,000

$65,000

Wilber Complex improvements

$300,000

Brush Dump Closure

$200,000

Dedicated Vac Truck Crew for Catch Utilize existing back-up Vac Truck for the Basin Cleaning routine cleaning of catch basins city-wide

The Esopus Creek was just designated as "Impaired", which will result in increase scrutinity of adjacent municipalities and their compliance with MS4 regulations

Costs reflect estimated repairs to equipment

$20,000

PRIORITY A SPENDING (Previously Committed) PRIORITY A SPENDING PRIORITY B SPENDING PRIORITY C SPENDING

$3,605,536 $4,556,000 $1,465,000 $485,000