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Lange, Steve <br /> From: Lange, Steve <br /> Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 12:25 PM <br /> To: Measamer, Don <br /> Cc: Shjarback, Eric; Symonds,Justin <br /> Subject: FW: Drainage Issue <br /> Attachments: Water Drainage Docs.pdf <br /> Some drainage issues never go away. Even after 24-years. <br /> Steve <br /> From: Corbin Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org> <br /> Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 11:21 AM <br /> To: Lange, Steve<email@example.com> <br /> Subject: Re: Drainage Issue <br /> Hi Steve, <br /> Appreciate you and Justin taking the time to come out and assess my situation the other day. I've had a little <br /> time to do some research myself and came up with some information that you may or may not already know but <br /> is very surprising (to myself anyway). I've attached some copies of various letters and documents back and <br /> forth between home owners on the north side of my street, members of the city's staff and council, the <br /> Anacortes mayor at the time as well as the contractor who built the development behind my house. <br /> As you can see based on these documents, the issue that I'm having is not due to gutter problems or run off <br /> from Heart Lake or Little Cranberry as you advised. No one on the street had these issues until this development <br /> behind us was put in. It's also stated that the original plans called for an 8" drainage system, the plans were then <br /> changed. Afterwords, city officials recommended the contractor put in at least a 6" drain(which he agreed to <br /> and never did). This is still an on going problem after all these years and my property seems to take the biggest <br /> hit as I am down hill. I feel a solution should still be implemented as was intended and agreed to years ago. <br /> I believe Don Measamer, who was a part of the correspondence in the attached documents is still working for <br /> the city. Maybe he would have some insight as well? <br /> Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon. <br /> Thank you, <br /> Corbin Anderson <br /> On Fri, Feb 5, 2021 at 8:21 AM Lange, Steve <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote: <br /> Yes we are. See us in a few. <br /> Steve <br /> 1 <br />
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