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  • Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel
    Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel This map shows the scope of the Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel click for a larger image To date the Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel is the largest capital project in SD1 s history It is also one of the most ambitious and impressive feats of engineering construction and ingenuity in Northern Kentucky history The Western Regional Tunnel Conveyance system is a gravity sewer project that will route flow to the new Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility which has a treatment capacity of about 20 million gallons a day MGD of wastewater The tunnel project consisted of 32 610 feet of 8 5 diameter pipe installed by tunneling methods 2 900 feet of pipe installed by open cut sewer installation and a 700 foot pipe bridge over Willoughby Creek The tunnel was bored through shale and limestone and runs from central Boone County near Camp Ernst Road west to Route 20 near the Ohio River Both the tunnel and Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility are projected to reduce sanitary sewer overflow volumes by 59 7 million gallons annually and will eliminate 14 older pump stations About the Tunnel Boring Machine The Tunnel Boring Machine nicknamed the Celtic Tiger was originally manufactured by Robbins Company and was first used in 1970 Prior to the Western Regional Conveyance Tunnel it had already successfully

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  • SD1 - Storm Water Information for Northern Kentucky Residents
    the storm sewer or indirectly through cracked pipes spills or dumping Common examples of illicit discharges include the connection of sanitary laterals to the storm sewer system the dumping of chemicals paint and oil into catch basins and spills from roadway accidents Illicit discharges can cause severe impacts to water quality as these discharges are untreated before they enter local waterways Pollutants associated with illicit discharges include bacteria paint toxins oil and grease solvents and nutrients To report an illicit discharge or water quality concern call SD1 at 859 578 7450 For more information on SD1 s Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Program click here Storm Water Advisory Committee Northern Kentucky s Regional Storm Water Management Program was developed to comply with storm water regulations issued by the U S EPA to reduce pollutants in storm water runoff SD1 has managed these regulations on behalf of the Northern Kentucky region since 2003 SD1 values the voice of Northern Kentucky residents and to gain feedback from Northern Kentucky residents SD1 has developed the Storm Water Advisory Committee SWAC comprised of community members including industry stakeholders developers engineers environmentalists and citizens The SWAC meets at least once each year to discuss the latest developments in the Storm Water Management Program as well as to provide feedback on new storm water policies developed to meet state and federal storm water regulations If you are interested in joining SD1 s SWAC to learn about the latest developments in storm water management and to share your thoughts and ideas related to the storm water program please click here to complete an application Public Service Park Public Service Park PSP located at SD1 s administrative office at 1045 Eaton Drive in Ft Wright is dedicated to those who enhance Northern Kentucky s quality of life through

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  • SD1 - Storm Water Information Developers and Engineers
    that include the stripping and cutting of trees and ground cover and the removal of roots and vegetation The Clearing Permit does not include any earth moving activities including rough shaping of the site A Clearing Permit will not be required if the property owner applicant has received a Grading or Land Disturbance Permit for the same property Click here to download the Clearing Permit Application Grading Permit A Grading Permit is required for grading activities on a property including excavation filling stockpiling or other earth moving activities The Grading Permit includes activities covered by a Clearing Permit The Grading Permit may include the construction of sanitary sewers and other utility infrastructure water gas electric etc Click here to download the Grading Permit Application Land Disturbance Permit A Land Disturbance Permit is required for any alteration of the earth s surface for which the applicant has not received a Clearing or Grading Permit including the installation of any storm sewer systems storm sewer structures and pipes detention ponds etc The Land Disturbance Permit includes activities covered by a Clearing and Grading Permit if the applicant did not obtain a separate Clearing or Grading Permit Click here to download the Land Disturbance Permit Application Transfer of Permits To transfer any permit for land disturbance activities a Transfer Request must be completed and submitted to SD1 for approval The request form must be completed by the approved permit holder and the person accepting the responsibilities and obligations of the permit Click here to download the Transfer Request Form Notice of Termination Once a site has been stabilized as required by SD1 s Storm Water Rules and Regulations a Notice of Termination should be submitted to SD1 to terminate any open permits associated with land disturbance activities for the site Click here to download the Notice of Termination Form Storm Water BMP Manual The Storm Water Best Management Practices BMP Manual is designed to be a useful tool for guiding engineers and developers on acceptable methods to meet the post construction storm water requirements found in SD1 s Storm Water Rules and Regulations The manual provides guidance on designing appropriate BMPs for specific construction projects and information on storm water management Click here to download SD1 s Storm Water BMP Manual Post Construction Storm Water Facility Maintenance Agreement The Phase II Storm Water Regulations require SD1 and owners of new development and redevelopment projects to enter into long term maintenance agreements for post construction BMPs This agreement ensures the post construction BMP will continue to function properly over time Three original executed agreements must be submitted with the Land Disturbance Permit application for approval Click here to download the Storm Water Facility Maintenance Agreement for private entities and public entities outside the Commonwealth of Kentucky Click here to download the Storm Water Facility Maintenance Agreement for public entities within the Commonwealth of Kentucky Post Construction BMP Installation Certification The Post Construction Best Management Practice BMP Installation Certification must be completed by the contractor

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  • SD1 - Storm Water Information for Co-Permittees and Municipalities
    Compliance with the permit requires all parties to address and achieve measurable goals for six minimum control measures defined in the permit Those six minimum control measures are Public Education and Outreach Public Involvement Participation Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control Post Construction Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment Pollution Prevention Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations In order to establish the roles and responsibilities of SD1 and the co permittees an Interlocal Agreement was developed between SD1 and each co permittee prior to submittal of the KPDES Permit Application The roles and responsibilities were further defined in SD1 s Storm Water Management Plan that was incorporated into the agreement The management plan contains itemized task lists for each control measure and delegates appropriate responsibility to SD1 the co permittee or both KDOW reissued the Phase II Permit to SD1 and the co permittees in 2010 The reissued permit included new and more stringent requirements for each minimum control measure including new sediment and erosion control regulations development of a post construction water quality treatment standard and more detailed pollution prevention requirements SD1 with input from community stakeholders and co permittees updated the Storm Water Management Plan to address the requirements of the second permit cycle In 2011 and 2013 Northern Kentucky s Regional Storm Water Program was audited by KDOW for compliance with the Phase II regulations and the reissued permit As a result of the audits KDOW found Northern Kentucky to be in full compliance with the regulations and no violations were reported SD1 continues to implement the second cycle of the Phase II Permit and the Storm Water Management Plan on behalf of Northern Kentucky The second cycle of the Phase II permit will remain in effect until 2015 City Co Permittees Alexandria Bellevue Bromley Covington Crescent Springs Crestview Crestview Hills Dayton Edgewood Elsmere Erlanger Fort Mitchell Fort Thomas Fort Wright Highland Heights Independence Kenton Vale Lakeside Park Ludlow Melbourne Newport Park Hills Silver Grove Southgate Taylor Mill Union Villa Hills Wilder Woodlawn Storm Water Management Program Key Documents As each Phase II Permit is issued SD1 must compose several reports to show compliance with the permit regulations Each time the permit is reissued SD1 must update Northern Kentucky s Storm Water Management Plan to outline how SD1 and co permittees will comply with the regulations for the duration of the permit Additionally SD1 must prepare and submit an annual report to KDOW to document what activities regulations and policies SD1 and co permittees have developed to meet the requirements of the Phase II Permit each year A copy of each of these reports may be found below Phase II Storm Water General Permit Northern Kentucky s Storm Water Management Plan Second Permit Cycle 2010 Phase II Storm Water Annual Report 2011 Phase II Storm Water Annual Report 2012 Phase II Storm Water Annual Report 2013 Phase II Storm Water Annual Report 2014 Phase II Storm Water Annual Report Co Permittee

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  • SD1 - Storm Water Infrastructure
    into Interlocal Agreements with the cities and counties of Northern Kentucky in 2003 ownership and maintenance of the public storm sewer systems remained with local governments However the Interlocal Agreements planned for SD1 to assume ownership and maintenance of public storm water infrastructure in the future as funding would allow To date 29 cities and 3 counties in Northern Kentucky have transferred ownership and maintenance responsibilities of their storm sewer systems to SD1 As part of the Regional Storm Water Management Program SD1 operates and maintains nearly 450 miles of publicly owned storm sewers and 32 500 storm structures For a list of communities that have transferred ownership of public storm sewer systems to SD1 click here SD1 s Storm Water Capital Improvement Program funds a variety of projects to improve water quality and manage storm water quantity through upgrades to and replacement of existing public storm water infrastructure SD1 also offers cost sharing opportunities for cities and counties to install new public storm infrastructure or other improvements to improve existing public drainage conditions In addition to these types of projects SD1 continues to explore opportunities to develop comprehensive solutions to storm water quantity and quality issues through storm water master planning in various watersheds For more information on storm water projects in your neighborhood click here For more information on SD1 s Storm Water Capital Improvement Program or to report flooding problems call 859 578 7450 Implementing Storm Water Best Management Practices The use of innovative storm water best management practices BMPs that focus on reintroducing natural features like wetlands and other vegetation to the region is another important piece of storm water management Storm water BMPs mimic nature s ability to clean and retain storm water protecting water quality and minimizing the erosion of creeks and rivers Undeveloped

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  • SD1 - Phase II Storm Water Regulations
    have been issued separate Phase II Storm Water Permits by the Kentucky Division of Water Though SD1 and the City of Florence are under separate permits both utilities regularly partner on common storm water initiatives especially those with regional impacts There are six compliance pieces referred to as minimum control measures MCMs in the Phase II Storm Water Regulations These include MCM 1 Public Education and Outreach SD1 has developed a strong public education program targeting schools community leaders and residents of Northern Kentucky through a variety of outreach activities SD1 has worked with local teachers and curriculum coordinators to develop storm water curriculum that is taught in over 50 Northern Kentucky elementary schools Additionally SD1 conducts field trips to Public Service Park for students who complete the five lesson Environmental Unit which provides an interactive opportunity for students to learn the importance of protecting water quality SD1 regularly communicates with community leaders through e newsletters presentations and other publications to raise awareness of storm water related issues To educate residents of Northern Kentucky on the importance of storm water management SD1 produces a number of publications such as bill inserts and brochures that focus on water quality and the Regional Storm Water Management Program Additionally SD1 s website provides important information on storm water and water quality related topics MCM 2 Public Participation SD1 strives to engage residents of Northern Kentucky and provide opportunities for participation in storm water management activities SD1 has formed a Storm Water Advisory Committee to provide feedback on the implementation of the Regional Storm Water Management Program Additionally SD1 is a member of the Northern Kentucky Household Hazardous Waste Action Coalition which hosts annual collection events for household waste such as paint oil and electronics all of which have the potential to negatively impact water quality SD1 also sponsors creek and river cleanups such as the Ohio River Sweep on a regular basis to encourage Northern Kentucky residents to actively protect regional water quality MCM 3 Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination SD1 has developed an Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Program to identify investigate and enforce correction on illegal discharges of pollutants to the storm sewer system Illegal discharges include the dumping or disposal of spills and residential commercial or industrial wastes into the storm sewer system To learn more about illicit discharges and SD1 s Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Program click here MCM 4 Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control Regulations are in place for development projects to ensure that soil disturbed during construction is not washed into the storm sewer system or local waterways Soil and sediment are major waterway pollutants because too much can make the water cloudy degrading water quality and harming wildlife Controls such as silt fence and rock check dams are utilized to prevent sediment from entering local waterways MCM 5 Post Construction Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment Regulations are in place for development projects to ensure that water quality is addressed once construction

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  • SD1 - Storm Water Infrastructure Maintenance
    All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Storm Water Infrastructure Maintenance SD1 is now operating and maintaining nearly 450 miles of storm sewer and 32 500 storm structures throughout Northern Kentucky The following communities have transferred the ownership of their public storm sewer systems to SD1 Alexandria Bellevue Unincorporated Boone County Bromley Unincorporated Campbell County Covington Crestview Hills Crescent Springs Crestview Dayton Edgewood Elsmere Erlanger Ft Mitchell Ft Thomas Ft Wright Highland Heights Independence Unincorporated Kenton County Kenton Vale Lakeside Park Ludlow Melbourne Newport Park Hills Silver Grove Southgate Taylor Mill Union Villa Hills Wilder Woodlawn In 2003 SD1 entered into Interlocal Agreements with local governments in Northern Kentucky giving SD1 the responsibility to undertake permitting requirements and other related services regarding the Storm Water Phase II Management Program while the ownership and maintenance responsibilities for the public storm water system remained with the local government These Interlocal Agreements contemplated that at some point SD1 would assume the ownership and maintenance of storm water drainage facilities owned by the local government Storm water infrastructure transfer agreements titled Transfer and Assignment of the SD1 Storm Water Drainage System have been approved by the cities and counties mentioned above accomplishing the shift of ownership and maintenance responsibilities relating to the storm water drainage system As SD1 receives additional municipal agreements and after the specified approval process

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  • SD1 - Board Member
    Department Industrial Services Mascot Visits and Presentations Private Lateral Repair Program Regional Storm Water Management Program Storm Drain Marking Program Watershed Management Wet Weather Overflow Public Notification Program Resources Projects SD1 Projects In Your Neighborhood Documents Forms All Documents and Forms Consent Decree Reports Customer Service Education Financial Regulations and Policies Storm Water Wastewater Watershed Assessment Contact Us New Customer Information Rain Event Preparations Private Lateral Repair Program Open Records Policy Requests View SD1 Board Meetings SD1 Financial Records Bids RFPs RFQs New payment options now available Spring clean storm drains See All News 05 17 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting 05 30 2016 Offices Closed Memorial Day 06 21 2016 SD1 Board of Directors Meeting See All Events Adam Chaney President Boone County Adam Chaney is a lifelong Boone County resident currently living in Burlington with his wife of 15 years Suzanne and their three children Spencer 13 Amber 10 and Ashley 9 Most of Adam s free time is spent coaching supporting and attending his children s multiple sporting events and activities After earning a degree in finance from the University of Kentucky Adam began his career as a commercial credit analyst and lender in the Northern Kentucky market In 1997 Adam left banking to start an airport concessions business in the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport Adam expanded this business nationally and eventually sold the company to start a real estate development and construction firm Over the course of the last 15 years Adam has owned and managed multiple real estate related entities and works as a Court Appointed Receiver on real estate foreclosure cases in both Ohio and Kentucky In addition to these responsibilities Adam also manages an alternative investment portfolio formed primarily to leverage self directed 401 K assets of its members Adam has

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