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Town lays out capital projects scheduled for 2015

Town Finance Director Dean Moyer outlined the following capital projects scheduled in 2015 for the Windsor Town Board during its Aug. 4 meeting. The list of projects includes:

» Great Western Railroad Quiet Zone Project = $3,158,305

Includes nearly $2.8 million from a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant. Engineering scheduled to occur in 2014 with construction scheduled for 2015.

» Kyger pump station and water supply = $2,615,262

» Street maintenance = $2,100,000

Includes $1,575,000 for asphalt overlay on select streets and $525,000 for concrete replacement.

» Law Basin Master Plan channel = $1,269,000

Includes $878,827 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. This will construct a drainage channel from the Law Ditch south to Colo. 392, culverts across Colo. 392 and Weld County Road 21 and a channel from Colo. 392 south to the railroad tracks. Also includes a 13.8-acre property acquisition.

» Coyote Gulch Park development = $1,222,000

The 6-acre project was designed in 2014 with an estimated cost of $1,020,000, with a contingency cost of $102,000 and another $100,000 for permits, taps and inspections.

» Water line replacement = $1,200,000

Work in 2015 will including replacing a 16” water main on the south side of Riverbend Park.

» Sewer nutrient program = $837,000

Includes a $837,000 grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

» Law Basin West Tributary Channel = $659,515

» Cemetery engineering and construction = $373,414

Includes $23,000 for engineering, $292,904 for construction, $36,766 in contingency funds and $20,744 for 2016 design and engineering.

» Public works/park maintenance facility = $330,000

The town is also scheduled to begin the estimated $660,000 of architectural and engineering work in 2015 and 2016, with the estimated $10 million construction occurring in 2017.

» Northern Integrated Supply Project = $288,750

» Windsor Lake shoreline rip-rap = $ 250,000

Town staff is still evaluating this project, Moyer said.

» Three-million gallon water tank = $207,100

Includes a $90,000 grant from the Department of Local Affairs. Total cost of the project over 2013-2015 will be $3.3 million.

» Colo. 257 and Walnut Street left-turn lane = $190,000

» Eaton Ditch flood control = $185,000

» Windsor Trail = $140,000