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File #: 200572    Version: 0
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/1/2020 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 9/22/2020
Effective date:    
Title: Resolution authorizing City entry into Green Solutions Funding Agreements and Conservation Easements with MMSD and MPS for MPS properties, in the 6th, 8th,9th, 14th and 15th Aldermanic Districts.
Sponsors: THE CHAIR
Indexes: AGREEMENTS, EASEMENTS, MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT, MILWAUKEE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
Attachments: 1. Clement agreement Signed 2020.08.21-signed.pdf, 2. Doerfler agreement Signed 2020.08.21-signed.pdf, 3. Meir agreement Signed 2020.08.21-signed.pdf, 4. Vincent agreement signed 2020.08.21-signed.pdf, 5. Westside agreement Signed 2020.08.21-signed.pdf
Number
200572

Version
ORIGINAL

Reference
191139
Sponsor
THE CHAIR

Title
Resolution authorizing City entry into Green Solutions Funding Agreements and Conservation Easements with MMSD and MPS for MPS properties, in the 6th, 8th,9th, 14th and 15th Aldermanic Districts.

Analysis
This resolution authorizes the City of Milwaukee to enter into Green Solutions Funding Agreements and Conservation Easements with MMSD and MPS for grant funding for installation of green infrastructure at various MPS properties.

Body

Whereas, The City of Milwaukee is the owner of record of the following Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) sites concerning which the MPS Board has the duty of care, control and management under Wis. Stat. 119.16 (1m) and (3)(b) and Wis. Stat. 119.60 (2):

· 3666 S. Clement Avenue (Clement Avenue School)
· 3014 W. Scott Street (Doerfler School)
· 1555 N. Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive (Golda Meir School)
· 7501 N. Granville Road (Vincent High School)
· 1945 N. 31st Street (Westside Academy); and

Whereas, The Metropolitan Milwaukee Sewerage District (MMSD) is willing to use funds available to it to reimburse MPS for green infrastructure improvements at MPS school sites, in particular “Green Solutions” (GS) funds (MMSD uses “5” as the digit code for GS funding) for the above school sites; and

Whereas, Green infrastructure improvements through this funding stream will help divert storm water from local sewerage systems; and

Whereas, MMSD requires MPS, and the City as the record title holder of the MPS sites: to enter into respective GS funding agreements on a per parcel basis; and to enter, after the infrastructure has been installed at each site, a conservation easement on a per parcel basis; and

Whereas, The respective GS funding agreements now needed for the respective MPS school sites have been submitted to this file; and

Whereas, A template conservation easement to be used post-installation has already been approved in City Common Cou...

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