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* 1. Please provide your contact information for potential follow up questions from City staff.

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* 2. Does your property or the roadway adjacent to your property, have any drainage/stormwater issues?

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* 3. If you selected "yes" to stormwater drainage issues in the previous question, please answer the following questions:

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* 4. Terrace Rain Gardens help reduce stormwater runoff and improve water quality! Some terraces along Jenifer St. may be suitable for a terrace rain garden.  Eligible terraces should meet the following criteria: minimum area of 10’ X 15’ in a relatively flat, open space away from trees, utilities, and driveways.  If your terrace is eligible would you be interested in having a terrace rain garden installed with the project at a cost to you of $100?  Installation with the project would include all grading, the initial planting (several planting plan options are possible), and placement of mulch.  You can learn more about our Rain Garden program at: www.cityofmadison.com/TerraceRainGardens

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* 5. If you selected "Yes" to interest in the terrace rain garden, what factors influenced your decision? (check all that apply)

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* 6. If you selected "no," what factors influenced your decision? (check all that apply)

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* 7. The City has received a request for additional traffic calming on Jenifer St.  The City has a general traffic calming process, but since this work could be coordinated with a reconstruction project, we will consider installing speed humps on Jenifer St., if there is interest from the neighborhood.  Locations of potential speed humps are shown on the preliminary plan on the project website. The approximate locations of speed humps would be just east of Walton Pl, at 1849/1850 Jenifer St., and just east of Russell St. Please note that Jenifer St. is the only street included with this project that would be considered for traffic calming as it is a thru street between Division and Riverside and is also a primary pedestrian and bicycle connection between Division St. and the ped/bike bridge over the Yahara River.  Are you supportive of the proposed speed humps on Jenifer St.?

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* 8. Due to potential tree impacts, we are considering an option to narrow Helena St. so that the project can be completed while posing less risk to the existing trees, while also providing some additional terrace space following the project.  The existing street width on Helena St. is 28 ft.  Please select your preferred option for Helena St. below. 

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* 9. Do you have any issues with the grade or width of your existing driveway width?

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* 10. Are you aware of any sanitary sewer issues with your property, such as back-ups?

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* 11. Do any residents at the property have any accessibility concerns that you wish to share with us?  When necessary, we can include specific requirements in the construction specifications to assist with accessibility concerns during the course of construction.

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* 12. Are there any items adjacent to or within the public right-of-way that we should be aware of prior to starting construction?  Please keep in mind that if you want to save any special improvements within the right-of-way, such as landscaping, pavers, invisible fencing, sprinklers, etc., you will need to remove these items prior to construction.

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* 13. Any other issues or concerns related to the project that you would like to share with us?

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