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File #: FCD2023-02    Version: 1
Type: FCD Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/14/2023 In control: King County Flood Control District
On agenda: 3/14/2023 Final action: 3/14/2023
Enactment date: Enactment #: FCD2023-02
Title: A RESOLUTION approving an interlocal agreement with the city of Bellevue regarding the Factoria Boulevard Storm Conveyance Improvements Project.
Attachments: 1. FCD2023-02 Signed Legislation, 2. FCD2023-02 Signed Agreement, 3. A. Agreement for Factoria Boulevard Storm Conveyance Improvements Project, 4. EXHIBIT A to Attachment A - Project Vicinity Map & Proposed Improvements, 5. EXhibit B to Attachment A Revised Charter, 6. FCD2023-02 Staff Report
Drafter
Clerk 03/10/2023
Title
A RESOLUTION approving an interlocal agreement with the city of Bellevue regarding the Factoria Boulevard Storm Conveyance Improvements Project.
Body
WHEREAS, the Factoria Boulevard storm conveyance in the City of Bellevue ("Bellevue") is needed to protect infrastructure that provides regional access to businesses in this commercial area, including access to T-Mobile headquarters with more than 6,000 employees, and
WHEREAS, Bellevue experiences recurrent flooding in the City's Factoria-Richards Creek drainage basin during high-intensity storm events. In 2014, a heavy storm event on August 12 and 13 inundated a portion of Factoria Boulevard, south of SE 36 Street with nearly four feet of water. Businesses were flooded, streets were inaccessible, and the community was significantly disrupted. Flooding along Factoria Boulevard has been reported on numerous other occasions, including October 20, 2003, November 2, 2006, December 2, 2007, June 20, 2013, and May 4, 2017, and
WHEREAS, King County Flood Control District ("the District") has identified the need for Factoria Boulevard Storm Conveyance improvements to increase storm system conveyance capacity to reduce the risk of flooding along Factoria Boulevard between SE 38th Street and the Richards Creek inlet channel; and
WHEREAS, Bellevue and the District desire to replace a segment of the existing storm pipe with a larger capacity conveyance system along the north bound lanes of Factoria Boulevard SE that will outfall into the Richards Creek Inlet channel adjacent to the Factoria Village commercial area design to protect affected regional traffic and commercial properties ("the Project"); and
WHEREAS, the Project is included in the District's 2021 and 2022 annual budget, in a total amount of $6,814,000 to construct the Project; and
WHEREAS, Bellevue has agreed to serve as the District's service provider for the Project;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVI...

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