Summary of Summary of November 17th Meeting Wilsonville High Priority Utility Repair Project

First the City looked at our system to prioritize Severity (Ie Sewage) and Cost Saving Groupings. From this survey it was decided to Spot Repair Manhole to Manhole the bad areas.

There are three options to repair our system

  1. Cured in place pipe (CiPP) which means that a material flowed into the pipe will seal the pipe (lining the pipe)
  2. Pipe Bursting – they will not be doing this
  3. Open Excavation and Replacement – A brand new pipe (most expensive)
    1. Adding Catch Basins as needed (this happen all areas of construction)

What to expect with CIPP

Time: CIPP can be done at a rate of 800 ft a day or ½ -1day

  • Street Closed to through traffic during the work day
  • Access to property, but may be delays getting to property. Crew will have steel plates to drive on
  • Garbage and deliveries maintained
  • Restricted parking during the day
  • Sanitation service will be restricted and Odors possible (maybe up the trap) from the material
    • This is only an issue for homes that do not have a proper trap installed on their plumbing fixtures. Most homes have this as it is required by plumbing code prior to construction of Charbonneau.
  • Constant information and notification to Residents by Crew
  • Materials stock piled on the street
  • Noise 7:00 am to 3 pm typical, allowed work hours is 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Dust
  • Question/Concerns during repair Contact Zach Weigel 503-682-4960

What to expect with Open Excavation

Time—100-500 ft a day

  • Street Closed to through traffic during the work day
  • Access to property, but may be delays getting to property. Crew will have steel plates to drive on
  • Garbage and deliveries maintained
  • Restricted parking during the day
  • Sanitation service will be maintained. Contractor may ask residents not to flush toilet or run laundry for a couple hours during service connections.
  • Constant information and notification to Residents by Crew
  • Materials stock piled on the street
  • Noise 7:00 am to 3 pm typical, allowed work hours is 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Dust
  • Question/Concerns during repair Contact Zach Weigel 503-682-4960

REMINDER Thursday Dec 10th CHOA Holiday Gathering

2015 CHOA Holiday Gathering

Thursday, December 10th

6:00 pm

Charbonneau Country Club

Please BYOB and hearty horsd’oeuvres to share – Coffee and Desert provided

Don’t forget an unwrapped gift or donation for the Transitional School, if you wish to contribute

No need to RSVP, just come and participate

Schedule for Charbonneau Utility Repair Project

I will write more later but thought I should at least get this tentative schedule out to you.  This is from the meeting that was held on Tuesday 11/17 at the Club House.
Sounds like the project will not start for any of us until April/May 2016 if your street is  listed in  Phase 1, if your street is listed in Phase 2 your start date will not be until April/May 2017
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REMINDER: Thurs 12/10 Please Join Your Neighbors for 2015 CHOA Holiday Gathering

You are invited to the

2015 CHOA Holiday Gathering

Thursday, December 10th

6:00 p.m.

Charbonneau Country Club

  • Please BYOB and hearty hors d’oeuvres to share.

  • Coffee and Desert provided

 Come meet and greet our newest neighbors!

We will be recognizing and welcoming our new 2015 residents.

 

Again this year we will be gifting The Community Transitional School of Portland, a school for homeless or at-risk students. You may choose something specific for a child (ages 5-16) and bring it unwrapped to this party, or you may give a check made out to the school.

 

Visit their website, http://www.transitionalschool.org/help/help.html, for more information about the school and specific suggested gift ideas.

 

Join us as we celebrate the spirit of the holidays and Charbonneau!

Save the Date Thurs 12/10 at 6:00 pm: 2015 CHOA Holiday Gathering

You are invited to the

2015 CHOA Holiday Gathering

Thursday, December 10th

6:00 pm

Charbonneau Country Club

  •  Please BYOB and hearty hors d’oeuvre to share. Coffee and Desert will provided

 

  • Come meet and greet our newest neighbors

 

  • We will again be gifting “ The Community Transitional School of Portland”  
    • If you wish to contribute there are Two ways you can participate
      1. Bring an unwrapped gift for a child (ages 5-16)
      2. Give a check made out to the school

For more information check out their website www.transitionalschool.org/help/help.html

 

 

Plan to Join us as we celebrate the spirit of the holidays and Charbonneau

Announcement – A coyote in Charbonneau

Please make sure that your animals are in doors:

A coyote was seen early 9/7/15 am around F&G pool by Ken Dick
Thank you Ken for the heads up

Friday August 21at 3:00 pm – If you have not yet attended, Next Disaster Preparedness Meeting

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS MEETING
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 2015
POOL HOUSE C, LAFAYETTE WAY

Your Disaster Preparedness Team has an information meeting planned for those CHOA residents who have not had the opportunity to attend prior meetings.

The Team’s objective is to have each adult resident informed of the procedures to follow when a disaster happens and to provide information about the steps you need to take to protect yourself and your family.

Each adult in your household should attend a meeting.

RSVP if you plan to attend so we can provide adequate seating and handouts. A film and discussions are planned along with Q & A. (2 hour timeframe).

RSVP to: JANET MOORE 503 694-6461

Or

janet.moore2u@gmail.com

 

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Disaster Preparedness: Message from City of Wilsonville

The following message is from:

Angela Handran, Community Outreach Specialist

Good afternoon,  I am reaching out on behalf of the City of Wilsonville.

 

The City of Wilsonville feels strongly that active measures need to be taken to be adequately prepared when a disaster occurs, and the City can’t do it alone.

The more people who are prepared the better it is for our community. Thus we are reaching out to Home Owners Associations, faith based organizations, and community groups and encouraging you to get involved with Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) to learn how you can help.

This is a group through Clackamas County that helps prepare organizations like yours for a local disaster through trainings and disaster preparedness exercises. COAD is an extension of emergency management under FEMA. If you would like more information please feel free to reach out to me directly.

 

The next COAD meeting is on July 28th at Clackamas Community College from 9:00 to 11:30 am.

 

You are welcome to attend or if you are unable to make this meeting but want to become involved in COAD please let me know. I will be helping to relay the information from COAD to those interested.

 

COAD 

Mission:

The mission of Clackamas County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (CC- COAD) is to enhance the efforts of community stakeholders through collaborative planning, relief, and recovery activities in order to provide more effective services to disaster impacted communities

Who Should Be a CC COAD Member?

Community stakeholders, government, faith based organizations, businesses and volunteers committed to working together to meet local needs following a disaster

Benefits of Quarterly Meetings

  •  Share information – Who does what in disasters and how is it coordinated?
  •  Identify resources available through CC COAD affiliates
  •  Network with organizations that have a community disaster role
  •  Participate in disaster training to improve local capabilities
  •  Test assumptions with disaster simulations (exercises)

Kind Regards,

Angela Handran

Community Outreach Specialist

City Managers Office

City of Wilsonville

Direct Line: 503.570.1503

www.ci.wilsonville.or.us

 

Update from Chris on Irrigation

Hi Everyone,
Wanted to give you all an update with factual information:
Through a huge amount of work today by many people we are now up and running.  I would love to say like normal, but I know you all know that at this time is not a true reality.  We stand at this moment in the same place that we were before the unfortunate accident that occurred yesterday  morning.  Just so everyone has some details.  We have 2 pumps on, they are both running through the main panel that is connected to a generator that SHOULD run continuous for many days. So pressure should be like it was on Sunday (hopefully, but we are not 100% sure about all details).   We will continuously monitor the generator, panel and the pumps and the main lake to hopefully supply water to all of you on a solid basis and we should not have to change any watering schedules this evening. 
If you have any issues, please notify me as soon as you can and I will get with Danny and hopefully get them rectified asap. 
I am sorry if I am not able to answer or provide a huge amount of detail, but at this time I do not have any more factual information to provide.  
With our fingers crossed, 
Chris Bensel
PGA Director of Golf / CGC Operations Manager
Charbonneau Golf Club
Pump house

Urgent Annoucement about Irrigation problem

There was a Fire in the “Pump Vault” resulting in loss of any functioning Pumps for irrigation

In the process of working on the irrigation pumping system there was a fire (electrician was even slightly burned). The result is that all of the irrigation pumps are no longer operational.  It may take 3-4 weeks of work (by PGE and our own engineer) to rectify the problem.

We need your Help even more

if you want to keep the grass and plants around your property green, during this time without golf course irrigation it is important that you hand water or use a sprinkler

 

Thanks for your help