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Lange, Steve <br /> From: Buckenmeyer, Fred <br /> Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 12:58 PM <br /> To: Lange, Steve <br /> Subject: RE: Washington Federal and Savings - 11th and Commercial Avenue <br /> Perhaps on Thursday we could take a brief look...I am interested in your recommendation <br /> From: Lange, Steve <br /> Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 12:43 PM <br /> To: Buckenmeyer, Fred <br /> Subject: Washington Federal and Savings - 11th and Commercial Avenue <br /> I received another phone call from Marla Valley(Branch Manager) regarding possible City funds to help fix the landscape <br /> area at 11th and Commercial. <br /> Recap: <br /> 2005 CBD Sidewalk—used part of landscape area to place the landing of the wheelchair ramp. The landscape area was <br /> not restored due to irrigation lines in the landscape area. <br /> Washington Federal had their landscape company look completing the area. Currently, there is a 1-foot vertical cut <br /> beyond the sidewalk. It was recommended by the landscape company to put a rock retaining wall around the sidewalk to <br /> finish the landscaping. The rock retaining wall was recommended because the landscape company did not want to get <br /> involved with the irrigation system in the landscape area. The quote was $750.00. I am not sure if this is the portion that <br /> they request we pay, or if it is the total cost. <br /> I told Marla that the only solution I would propose is a 2:1 back slope and place beauty bark. Although, this solution would <br /> cut into the roots of existing vegetation and interrupted with the Washington Federal irrigation system in the landscape <br /> area. There is quite a bit of encroachment into the Right-of-Way, outside of the recorded parking lot encroachment. <br /> Steve Lange <br /> 1 <br />
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