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 City of Wildwood 
Watershed Erosion Task Force (WETF) 

Agenda for the Wednesday, August 25, 2021 Meeting

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (PLEASE NOTE START TIME)

Hosted @ Wildwood City Hall, 16860 Main Street – 63040

This Meeting will be via “Zoom Webinar Platform” and be Broadcast on the City of Wildwood’s YouTube Channel 
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84406094036?pwd=bkNIMlBOYXcrU3NzQnFZQ2xnbWZYQT09 
Passcode: 208347
YouTube link: https://www.cityofwildwood.com/youtube 

Meeting #23 Phase II and Phase III Work Programs, Funding, and Next Steps
I.

Welcome and Roll Call by Co-Chairs Farmer and Holthouse

II.

Opening Remarks by Co-Chairs Farmer and Holthouse

III.

Approval of Minutes from the July 21, 2021 Meeting

IV.

Public Comment, Including Written Comments Submitted Pre-Meeting or Through ‘Chat’ Feature

V.

Discussion/Presentation of Scope Services and Work Products with Consultants

A.

Submittal of 2nd Phase Report of Work Program by Wilson Hydro (Joe Wilson and Todd Wagner)

B.

Update on 3rd Phase of Work Program – Permitting Matters with Outside Agencies

VI.

Watershed Erosion Task Force Funding

A.

Discussion of Funding Updates – Parks and Stormwater Sales Tax (City Council Action)

B.

Review of Bond Offering Processes of Repairs and Restorations

VII.

Watershed Erosion Task Force Work Program Items (CARRYOVER FROM JULY 21, 2021 MEETING)

  1. Erosion Repairs to Critical Public Locations
    1. Engineering: Permitting, Design, and Developing Funding Estimates
    2. Moving Bedload to Slow Deterioration
  2. Legality of Funding, Access, and Other Private Property Challenges in Watersheds
    1. Repairing or Upgrading Privately-Held Detention and Retention Basins
    2. Stabilizing Creek Banks that are Jeopardizing Private Properties
  3. Supporting Property Owner Creek Repairs/Improvements
    1. Framing Permitting Process
    2. Preapproved Design Details
  4. Improving Detention Basin Effectiveness
    1. Identifying Priority Basins
    2. Implementing Current Standards and Associated Processes
  5. Stormwater Master Plan/Ordinance Review 
  6. Public Education Component
VIII.

Watershed Erosion Task Force Organization

A.

Assignments of Tasks

IX.

Other Matters for Consideration

X.

Next Meeting Date – Wednesday, September 29, 2021

XI.

Closing Remarks and Adjournment by Co-Chairs Farmer and Holthouse

Not Ready for Action Items: Three (3) Items

  1. Next Steps in Utilization of Data from Collection Effort and Basin Mapping 
  2. Update on Stormwater Impact Fees and the Stream Stewardship Trust Fund (SSTF)
  3. Land Stewardship Foundation and Project Availability  

Note on Agenda: The Watershed Erosion Task Force (WETF) will consider and act upon these matters listed above and any such others as may be presented at the meeting and determined appropriate for discussion at that time. Accessibility and Accommodations for All Groups: The City of Wildwood will provide reasonable accommodations for persons attending Erosion Task Force meetings.  Requests for reasonable accommodations should be directed to Megan Eldridge, City Clerk, at 636-458-0440, or via email at megan@cityofwildwood.com, at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting.