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					                                        SCHEDULE 3

                   OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE STANDARDS


       1.      General. This Schedule 3 sets forth the Operation and Maintenance Standards.

All costs and expenses for the activities and Work to be performed by or through the Company

under this Schedule 3 are included as part of the Company’s Operation and Maintenance Fee

unless otherwise expressly provided.

       2.      System Operations.      The Company shall be responsible for managing the

operations of the System to:

           Maximize the operational efficiency of the System, while complying with the

            effluent, Milorganite® and Greens Grade standards.

           Operate all Equipment and treatment processes in the manner for which they were

            designed unless expressly provided otherwise in the Agreement.

           Operate the System in a manner that preserves the condition and the expected

            useful life of the System assets consistent with the requirements of the Agreement.

       3.      Wastewater Sampling Program Requirements. The Company shall develop a

sampling program for all wastewater monitoring at the Treatment Plants. Samples required by

Applicable Law shall be collected by the Company and analyzed by the District.              The

sampling program shall be developed within three (3) Billing Months after the

Commencement Date. The program shall be submitted to the District’s Authorized

Representative for approval and shall be updated annually in the timeframe described in

Schedule 4. The sampling program shall include:

              All Biosolids sampling as required by the District and by Applicable Law.




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              A sampling QA/QC plan to assure compliance with Applicable Law. The

               QA/QC program shall include sample handling and preservation requirements,

               a maintenance program for sampling equipment, requirements for all

               documentation related to sampling and sampling equipment (including

               refrigerator temperatures and maintenance logs), and sampling schedules that

               include instructions or guidelines for delivery of samples.

               The QA/QC plan shall also include a chain-of-custody program in accordance

               with Applicable Law. Under the chain-of-custody program, the Company shall

               be required to:

               -        Preserve all samples in accordance with Applicable Law.

               -        Maintain all samples in secure storage such that tampering with the

                        sample is impossible until delivery to the District’s laboratory or other

                        analytical laboratory is accomplished.

               -        Deliver all samples to the District’s laboratory within timeframes

                        established by the District’s Authorized Representative.

       4.      Air Emissions. The Company shall operate air pollution control systems in

accordance with the most stringent requirements of Applicable Law, O&M Manuals,

manufacturer’s recommendations, Prudent Industry Practices, and the operating ranges as

listed in Table S3-1.




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                           Table S3-1: Air Pollution Control Ranges
  Equipment                        Operating Parameters    Operating Range of Devices

  Electrostatic Precipitators      Primary Current         40 to 200 mAMP
  (ESPs)
                                   Secondary Voltage       35 to 60 kV

  Baghouses                        Differential Pressure   -3.5 to -10 inches of H2O

                                   Outlet Temperature         to    Fahrenheit



The Company shall be responsible for meeting Permit requirements and preparation of

Records including:

              Conducting an Air Emission Inventory (AEI) annually.

              Conducting source emission testing as required by the Air Pollution Control

               Operation Permit.

              Providing a Malfunction, Prevention and Abatement Plan (MPAP) in

               accordance with the Air Pollution Control Operation Permit.

              Submitting a monthly Monitoring Report as required by the District.

              Submitting a semi-annual Monitoring Report as required by the Air Pollution

               Control Operation Permit.

              Submitting an annual Compliance Report.

Before submittal to the District, all Records required by Permit, Section 3.10 or otherwise

under this Agreement shall be certified by the Company’s Authorized Representative to be

true, accurate and complete to the best of the knowledge of the Company’s Authorized

Representative.




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         5.       Milorganite® and Greens Grade.

         a.)      Production of Milorganite® and Greens Grade. The Company shall use all

operational log sheets, data and chain-of-custody sheets and forms in use by the Prior Operator

as of the Contract Date to record all data relative to Milorganite® and Greens Grade under this

Agreement. Any revisions to these forms shall be subject to the approval of the District’s

Authorized Representative. Any such revisions shall not be basis for any increase of any

component of the Service Fee.

         For purposes of this Agreement, the production quantities used shall be as calculated in

Tables S3-4A through S3-4D. Production Quantities shall be based on “G – Official Adjusted

Production for Billing Month”.

               Table S3-4A: Milorganite® 6-2-0 Adjusted Production Calculation
                                     Per Billing Month

  Item                             Description                         Production in Tons
   A           End of previous Billing Month Inventory1                         A
   B           Monthly Scaled Production2                                       B
   C           Total Product Staged for Distribution3                           C
   D           End of Billing Month Calculated Inventory:                   A+B-C
   E           End of Billing Month Measured Inventory4                         E
   F           Monthly Adjustment to Production:                              E-D
                                                                5
   G           Official Adjusted Production for Billing Month                 B+F
   H           End of Billing Month Reconciled Inventory:                   A-C+G
Note:
   1.          Item H from prior Billing Month’s Milorganite® 6-2-0 Adjusted Production
               Calculation Per Billing Month.
   2.          As measured by the belt scales in Dewatering and Drying.
   3.          Cumulative weight for Billing Month as recorded on certified truck and rail
               scales at Jones Island.
   4.          Measured inventory includes: Inventory in silos, day tank, loadout surge bins
               and any rail cars that have not been Staged for Distribution.


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   5.   Agreement production quantity for Billing Month.


        Table S3-4B: Milorganite® 5-2-0 Adjusted Production Calculation
                              Per Billing Month

 Item                       Description                         Production in Tons
   A    End of previous Billing Month Inventory1                         A
   B    Monthly Scaled Production2                                       B
   C    Total Product Staged for Distribution3                           C
   D    End of Billing Month Calculated Inventory:                   A+B-C
   E    End of Billing Month Measured Inventory4                         E
   F    Monthly Adjustment to Production:                              E-D
   G    Official Adjusted Production for Billing Month5                B+F
   H    End of Billing Month Reconciled Inventory:                   A-C+G
Note:
   1.   Item H from prior Billing Month’s Milorganite® -2-0 Adjusted Production
        Calculation Per Billing Month.
   2.   As measured by the belt scales in Dewatering and Drying.
   3.   Cumulative weight for Billing Month as recorded on certified truck and rail
        scales at Jones Island.
   4.   Measured inventory includes: Inventory in silos, day tank, loadout surge bins
        and any rail cars that have not been Staged for Distribution.
   5.   Agreement production quantity for Billing Month.




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        Table S3-4C: Greens Grade 6-2-0 Adjusted Production Calculation
                              Per Billing Month

 Item                       Description                         Production in Tons
                                                 1
   A    End of previous Billing Month Inventory                          A
                                    2
   B    Monthly Scaled Production                                        B
   C    Total Product Staged for Distribution3                           C
   D    End of Billing Month Calculated Inventory:                   A+B-C
   E    End of Billing Month Measured Inventory4                         E
   F    Monthly Adjustment to Production:                              E-D
   G    Official Adjusted Production for Billing Month5                B+F
   H    End of Billing Month Reconciled Inventory:                   A-C+G
Note:
   1.   Item H from prior Billing Month’s Greens Grade 6-2-0 Adjusted Production
        Calculation Per Billing Month.
   2.   As measured by the belt scales in Dewatering and Drying.
   3.   Cumulative weight for Billing Month as recorded on certified truck and rail
        scales at Jones Island.
   4.   Measured inventory includes: Inventory in silos, day tank, loadout surge bins
        and any rail cars that have not been Staged for Distribution.
   5.   Agreement production quantity for Billing Month.

        Table S3-4D: Greens Grade 5-2-0 Adjusted Production Calculation
                              Per Billing Month

 Item                       Description                         Production in Tons
   A    End of previous Billing Month Inventory1                         A
   B    Monthly Scaled Production2                                       B
   C    Total Product Staged for Distribution3                           C
   D    End of Billing Month Calculated Inventory:                   A+B-C
                                                     4
   E    End of Billing Month Measured Inventory                          E
   F    Monthly Adjustment to Production:                              E-D
                                                         5
   G    Official Adjusted Production for Billing Month                 B+F
   H    End of Billing Month Reconciled Inventory:                   A-C+G




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Note:
   1.         Item H from prior Billing Month’s Greens Grade -2-0 Adjusted Production
              Calculation Per Billing Month.
   2.         As measured by the belt scales in Dewatering and Drying.
   3.         Cumulative weight for Billing Month as recorded on certified truck and rail
              scales at Jones Island.
   4.         Measured inventory includes: Inventory in silos, day tank, loadout surge bins
              and any rail cars that have not been Staged for Distribution.
   5.         Agreement production quantity for Billing Month.


        b.)      Sampling of Milorganite® and Greens Grade. Milorganite® and Greens Grade

are sampled and tested daily as they are produced, and at the point when Staged for

Distribution.     The Company shall be responsible to take the daily production composite

samples and the Staged for Distribution composite samples. The District shall be responsible

to analyze such samples. The Company shall maintain and submit reports in accordance with

Schedule 4.

        c.)      Staged for Distribution. The Company shall inspect and ensure all rail cars that

will be loaded with Biosolids to ensure that the rail cars are free of foreign debris (e.g. grain or

other materials the rail cars contained from prior shipments) and structurally sound with no

obvious structural defects or damage (e.g. holes and cracks). Rail cars found not to be clean

and structurally sound shall not be used. Any structural defects or damage of the rail cars shall

be immediately reported in a reasonably detailed form and in writing to the District’s

Authorized Representative. The Company shall clean and properly dispose of any foreign

material in these cars prior to filling. All rail cars and trucks shall be weighed on-site. The

Company shall record weight and shipping information on the manifest tickets and submit the

tickets to the District’s Authorized Representative daily.



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       d.)      Proprietary and Confidential Information. The District considers the process

for production of Milorganite® and Greens Grade to be proprietary and confidential.        This

includes the integration of major unit processes, including the Treatment Plants, thickening,

equalization and blending, Interplant Solids Pipeline System, and all dewatering and drying

activities including those at the silos and loadout facilities, that are used to achieve quality

effluent and Milorganite® and Greens Grade standards. Two proprietary and confidential

examples are:

               Methods and ratios used to blend to achieve desired outcomes, and

               Revisions or adjustments to the unit processes including: belt filter press

                operations, dryer operations, screening and milling variables to achieve desired

                outcomes

The Company shall not disclose to any third Person or use such information for any other

purpose except for the management, operation and maintenance of the System.

       6.    Maintenance.    The Company is responsible for undertaking and completing

maintenance of the System in a timely and efficient manner in accordance with the Agreement.

As part of the required SMPs as set forth in the Agreement, the Company shall describe the

Company’s approach to maintenance, including implementing preventive, predictive and

corrective maintenance procedures and the use of the computerized maintenance management

system (CMMS). In no event should this section of Schedule 3 be construed as superseding or

replacing the Standards of Maintenance relative to the controlling provisions of the Agreement

as recognized in Section 1.3.




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       For each of the three categories of maintenance, listed in the Agreement and discussed

further in the following sections, the Company shall develop a program including specific

schedules for the System. The Company shall submit the program to the District’s Authorized

Representative for review and comment and shall update the program annually in accordance

with the timeframes listed in Schedule 4. Maintenance activities shall be performed in a

timely manner in accordance with each maintenance program.

       a.)     Preventive Maintenance (PM). Examples of PM activities include:

              Verify proper operation

              Add or replace lubricants

              Replace belts

              Drain condensate

              Replace air filtration units

              Calibrate instrumentation and control devices

       The Company shall perform PM on the System, including all tanks, wet wells, basins,

storage systems, aboveground and underground channels and conduits. The Company shall

also perform PM on facilities and Equipment as identified in Tables S3-2 through S3-5 located

at the end of this Schedule 3.

       The Company shall also perform PM on ancillary systems including:

              Alarm and protection systems

              Valve and gate exercise program for large diameter gates and valves 12-inches

               and greater

              High voltage testing program

              Emergency and exit lighting




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              Cathodic protection

              Instrumentation and controls (calibrate at least once annually in a loop method)

              Backup generators

              Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment

              Roofs

              Elevators

       b.)     Predictive Maintenance (PdM).            PdM diagnostics and procedures shall be

performed by or for the Company by personnel who are qualified to perform such tests and

analyze the results. PdM diagnostic tools shall include:

                       Vibration analysis

                       Tribology analysis of gearbox and engine lubricants. Examples of

                        indicators to be tested for shall include:

                         i.    Spectrometric analyses for 20 metallic elements

                       ii.     Fuel, solids, and water contamination

                       iii.    Viscosity

                       iv.     Total acid number

                        v.     Infrared analysis to detect oil oxidation and degradation

                               tendencies

                       Temperature monitoring

                       Motor current analysis

                       Infrared thermography of electrical equipment

                       Acoustic emission analysis

                       Static motor winding testing




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                     Dynamic motor testing

                     Comparison of pump or blower performance with curves

        c.)   Corrective Maintenance. All CM work shall be prioritized in accordance with

Standards of Maintenance. The Company shall perform CM in accordance with the priority of

the repair.

        7.    Metrics. The Company shall develop and implement a system that uses metrics

to evaluate the performance of the maintenance program. The Company shall report such

metrics in the Monthly Report in accordance with Schedule 4. Work orders shall be classified

by category for PM, PdM and CM. As a minimum, the following metrics shall be reported:

             Number of work orders open over ninety (90) Days by category and by total

              (further broken down by location (e.g. Jones Island, South Shore, and Field)

              and for CM, by priority (e.g. routine, urgent, emergency)

             Percent PM work orders completed in sixty (60) Days after schedule date by

              total (further broken down by location)

             Number of work orders issued, open, and completed (further broken down by

              work order with costs and work order with no costs) by category and by

              location

Additionally, the Company shall comply with the following minimum standards, unless

mutually agreed upon by the District’s Authorized Representative and the Company’s

Authorized Representative. For purposes of this section, “complete” shall mean that the work

identified in the work order has been performed.




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For PM and PdM:
Location         Metrics
Treatment Plants At least ninety-five percent (95%) of all work orders scheduled in a
                 Billing Month shall be complete by the end of the second (2nd)
                 subsequent Billing Month. (E.g. all work orders scheduled in March are
                 evaluated at the end of May.)

Field              At least ninety-eight percent (98%) of all work orders scheduled in a
                   Billing Month shall be complete by the end of the second (2nd)
                   subsequent Billing Month.

Treatment Plants   At the end of a Billing Month, there shall be no more than ten percent
                   (10%) of the open scheduled work orders that have been scheduled for
                   more than ninety (90) Days.

Field              At the end of a Billing Month, there shall be no more than one percent
                   (1%) of the open scheduled work orders that have been scheduled for
                   more than ninety (90) Days.


For CM:
Location           Metrics
Treatment Plants   At least seventy percent (70%) of all work orders issued in a Billing
                   Month shall be complete by the end of the second (2nd) subsequent
                   Billing Month. (E.g. all work orders issued in March are evaluated at the
                   end of May.)


Field              At least eighty percent (80%) of all work orders issued in a month shall
                   be complete by the end of the second (2nd) subsequent Billing Month.


Treatment Plants   At the end of the month, there shall be no more than twenty percent
                   (20%) of the open work orders that have been issued for more than
                   ninety (90) Days.


Field              At the end of the month, there shall be no more than ten percent (10%) of
                   the open work orders that have been issued for more than ninety (90)
                   Days.




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       8.        Fuel Oil, Propane and Natural Gas Systems. The Company shall perform an

annual PM and inspection on these systems (including a cathodic protection survey) in

accordance with Prudent Industry Practices but no less than annually. The Company shall

document the inspection and take corrective measures as necessary.

       9.       Interplant Solids Pipeline System. The Company shall inspect and exercise the

pipeline gates and valves in accordance with Prudent Industry Practices but no less than twice

per Billing Year. Where accessible, inspect the pipeline, structures and appurtenances for

integrity and corrosion.    The Company shall also perform a cathodic protection survey

annually.     The Company shall document the inspection and take corrective measures as

necessary.

       10.      Housekeeping of Dewatering and Drying and Silos Facilities. The Dewatering

and Drying and Silos Facilities shall be cleaned on a daily basis to prevent the accumulation of

dust and spilled Biosolids. Maintain a housekeeping schedule to keep dust accumulations to

less than 1/16th of an inch. Housekeeping should remove dust accumulations such that the

color of the paint can be seen through any remaining dust. Within the first (1st) Billing Year

and every fourth (4th) Billing Year thereafter, a total of three times during the Term, such

facilities, including not readily accessible areas, shall be thoroughly cleaned to remove dust

and debris.

       11.      Maintenance of Locomotive and District Rail Tracks. The Company shall

operate and maintain the District-furnished locomotive. The locomotive is used to move heat-

dried Biosolids in railcars on the District and Port of Milwaukee rail tracks. The Company

shall maintain rail tracks on District’s property in accordance with this Agreement. The




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District shall be responsible for any agreements with the Port of Milwaukee for maintenance

and use of the rail tracks on Port of Milwaukee property.

       12.     Collection and Conveyance System Monitoring and Control Sites. There are

two (2) categories for Collection and Conveyance System monitoring and control sites:

              Monitoring and Control Sites

              Monitoring Sites

       When Equipment replacement is required, the District shall specify the manufacturer

and type of Equipment to be replaced at the above sites.

       The Company is responsible for all communication costs including;             telephone

landlines, cellular lines, Federal Communication Commission (FCC) license fees and antenna

leases necessary for operation and maintenance of the Collection and Conveyance System.

       a.)     Monitoring and Control Sites. The Monitoring and Control Sites are identified

in Table S3-6 located at the end of this Schedule 3. The Company shall be responsible for the

calibration, maintenance, repair, and replacement of all instrumentation and controls at these

sites. The Company shall correct any deficiencies identified within three (3) Business Days of

each such identification. The Company shall operate these sites continuously throughout the

Term and shall not remove any sites from service without written authorization from the

District’s Authorized Representative.

       The Company shall perform one (1) functional readiness test per Billing Year on all

Monitoring and Control Sites as listed in Table S3-6. The test shall be conducted between

January 1st and March 1st of each Billing Year, except for the first Billing Year when the test

shall be performed between March 1st and July 1st. Functional testing shall be used to measure

whether the Monitoring and Control Sites are functioning within their design parameters. If



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such sites are not functioning within their design parameters, the Company shall take

corrective measures.    Such function testing shall also verify the proper operation of all

instruments and Equipment operating individually and as a system. The following activities

shall be included:

              Instrument calibration

              Alarm set-point verification and functionality

              Control set-point verification and functionality

              Radio signal strength measurement

              Antenna alignment

              Load test and confirm proper operation of the uninterruptible power supply

               (UPS) systems

              Load test of backup power supply

              Housekeeping of instrumentation and electrical enclosures

The Company shall prepare and submit a report to the District’s Authorized Representative

detailing the activities and results of each functional readiness test within one (1) month of test

completion. The report shall include run-time and downtime of the radio communication

system at each site.

       b.)     Monitoring Sites.      The District is responsible to calibrate the following

instruments: level meters, weather stations and water quality stations at the Monitoring Sites

identified in Table S3-7. The Company is responsible to perform all other maintenance, repair

and replacement at these sites. The Company shall correct any deficiencies identified within

ten (10) Business Days of each such identification.




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       The Company shall perform functional testing at these sites annually. Functional

testing shall be used to measure whether the Monitoring and Control Sites are functioning

within their design parameters.         If such sites are not functioning within their design

parameters, the Company shall take corrective measures. Such function testing shall also

verify the proper operation of all instruments and Equipment operating individually and as a

system. The testing shall verify that the system is functioning as intended.      The following

activities shall be included:

               Radio signal strength

               Antenna alignment

               Load test and confirm proper operation of the UPS systems

               Load test of backup power supply

               Housekeeping of instrumentation and electrical enclosures

An annual report is to be delivered to the District’s Authorized Representative detailing the

test results for each of these sites in the timeframe described in Schedule 4.   The report shall

include run-time and downtime of the radio communication system at each site.

       13.      Kinnickinnic and Milwaukee River Flushing Stations Requirements.             The

Company shall operate the Kinnickinnic and Milwaukee River Flushing Stations to maintain

minimum dissolved oxygen levels of 3 mg/L from April 1st through November 1st of each

Billing Year.

       The Company shall maintain the building for the Milwaukee River Flushing Station.

Due to the commercial nature of the pump room, the Company shall remove debris and litter

from the pump pit every two (2) weeks. The pump pit shall be cleaned once per Billing Year

to remove accumulated debris, dust, oil, grease and grime from all exposed surfaces. The




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Company’s maintenance obligation does not extend to the leasehold interest of the commercial

tenant at such site.

        14.     Odor Control Facilities. The Company shall be responsible for the operation

and maintenance of all odor control facilities on the System; provided, however, subject to

Section 3.1 (b), the Company is not responsible for the procurement, installation, extraction,

transportation and disposal of odor control media for sites at Jones Island, South Shore and in

the Collection and Conveyance System as listed in Table S3-8 located at the end of this

Schedule 3.

        15.     Inspection of Collection and Conveyance Sewer Pipe and Structures.

        a.)     Inspection Specifications.    The Company shall use digital closed circuit

television (CCTV) cameras to inspect the Sewer Pipe, excluding force mains, pressure sewers,

siphons, and combined sewer outfalls downstream of the last device, structure, gate or dam.

The purpose of the inspection shall be to evaluate the structural condition, to identify potential

or existing I&I, and to identify cleaning and maintenance requirements and to take corrective

measures as necessary. Any inspection method other than televising shall be subject to written

approval from the District’s Authorized Representative.        Lamping inspections are not an

allowable substitute of televising.

        The inspection specifications shall comply with National Association of Sewer Service

Companies (NASSCO) and any successor organization. The standards for inspection defect

ratings shall be the Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) provided by

NASSCO and the following specification requirements.

                (i)    Sewer Pipe Inspections. Sewer Pipe inspection specifications shall also

include:



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   Each Sewer Pipe Section shall be treated as an individual televising inspection

    record.

   The Company shall take photos of the defects identified and adhere to the

    PACP requirements for coding defects.

   All inspections shall use the PACP ratings for all defects.       The following

    ratings and indices shall also be determined and included with the inspection

    record:

    -         Overall Rating

    -         Structural Rating

    -         O&M Rating

    -         Overall Rating Index

    -         Structural Rating Index

    -         O&M Rating Index

   Inspection software shall be NASSCO-certified or be fully compatible with and

    able to be imported into NASSCO software with no additional software or

    programming changes.

   The television camera operator or inspector for walk-through inspections shall

    be certified by PACP.

   The inspection records shall be submitted in electronic format and include:

    -    The log of the inspection

    -    The defects identified, including their location and defect code

    -    The ratings and indices for each Sewer Pipe Section

    -    A digital video recording of the inspection



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    -    Digital photos with identification and description of defects

    -    The video and photo portions shall be in standard formats that can be

         viewed independently with non-proprietary software.

   Video records shall display the following:

    -      Names – Company and inspection crew

    -      Date

    -      Time

    -      Weather Conditions

    -      Location – manhole numbers upstream and downstream

   The sewer shall be cleaned as necessary to provide quality inspection data. The

    Company shall be responsible for cleaning sewers forty-eight (48) inches in

    diameter and smaller. The Company shall identify the sewers larger than forty-

    eight (48) inches in diameter that require cleaning, except as otherwise provided

    in the Agreement.

   Inspections shall be scheduled during low flows where necessary to provide

    quality inspection data and meet NASSCO criteria.

   All costs and liability associated with removing lodged cameras shall be at the

    Company’s expense and shall not be cause for extra compensation.

   The televising equipment used shall be capable of panning, tilting, and rotating

    to be able to view the entire circumference of the Sewer Pipe.

   The inspection of the sewers shall also include the lower portion of the

    upstream and downstream manholes or structures. The structures shall be




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       viewed with the camera and recorded with the video portion of the inspection

       record unless it has been recorded as part of another inspection record.

      Inspection shall include the visible portion of all direct connections to the

       Sewer Pipe.

       (ii)    Manholes and Structures Inspections. The Company shall inspect all

manholes and structures in the Collection and Conveyance System, except as noted

otherwise in this Schedule, within the first five (5) Billing Years. The manholes and

structures located at either end of a Sewer Pipe Section shall be inspected at the same

time as the televising inspection of the Sewer Pipe Section. The Company shall be

responsible for the following inspection activities:

      Inspect manholes; intercepting structures; diversion structures; diversion

       chambers; pump station structures; monitoring station structures;

       1.      In manholes, inspect the troughs, benches, all connections including

               drop connections, barrel, cone or corbel, chimney, frame and cover.

       2.      In other types of structures, inspect the floor, bench, walls, dividers,

               ceiling, ladders, stairs, access hatches, and other structural elements.

      Complete the manhole and structure inspection forms as provided by the

       District to document the inspection results.

      Document depth of debris in the manhole or structure.




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      Take digital photos to document the inspection results and to record defects. A

       minimum of two (2) shall be taken per manhole or structure. Include one photo

       showing the manhole opening in relation to the surrounding surface features

       (i.e., street, sidewalk, grass) and one photo showing the upper portion of the

       manhole taken from approximately rim height with the image capturing as

       much of the interior of the manhole or structure as possible. If defects are

       found provide additional photos to adequately document the problems.          The

       photos shall include the structure ID in the file name (e.g. 10701_1,

       MS0101_1).

   The manhole and structure inspection records shall include the inspection reports

    and photos and shall be delivered to the District in an electronic database medium.

       (iii)   Inline Storage System (ISS) Inspections. The Company shall inspect

the entire length of the ISS tunnels, access shafts and dropshafts (downstream of the

trash racks) in the year 2012. The inspection findings shall be documented with digital

video and in a written report and shall be provided to the District’s Authorized

Representative within three (3) Billing Months after completion of the inspection.

       (iv)    NWSRS Tunnel Inspections. The Company shall inspect the NWSRS

Tunnel, dropshafts and approach channels in the year 2016. The inspection findings

shall be documented with digital video and in a written report and shall be provided to

the District’s Authorized Representative within three (3) Billing Months after

completion of the inspection.

       (v)     Force Mains, Pressure Sewers, Siphons and Combined Sewer Outfalls.

The Company shall prepare a detailed report recommending inspection methods,



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       frequency and estimated costs for all force mains (including the interplant solids

       pipeline), pressure mains, siphons and combined sewer outfalls downstream of the last

       device, structure, gate or dam.      The report shall be submitted to the District by

       December 1, 2008. The report shall document the basis for any recommendation after

       consideration of relevant information including, age, material of construction, failure

       history, previous inspection results and design basis. The cost of any subsequent

       inspection shall be the responsibility of the District.

       b.)     Sewer Inspection Schedule.       The Company shall inspect all sewers in the

Collection and Conveyance System (including near surface collectors and ISS approach

channels up to the trash racks) within the first five(5) Billing Years of the Agreement, except

as noted otherwise in this Schedule. The Company shall inspect sewers as necessary and as

directed by the District’s Authorized Representative when a suspected blockage may introduce

a risk of sewer surcharge, back-up or overflow.

       The Company shall develop and implement a Sewer Pipe inspection plan and schedule

to complete the inspections within the first five (5) Billing Years consistent with Prudent

Industry Practices.   The Sewer Pipe inspection plan and subsequent annual updates shall be

submitted to the District’s Authorized Representative in the timeframes described in Schedule

4 for review and comment by the District’s Authorized Representative. The Company shall

coordinate its work with the District’s O&M activities, flow monitoring activities, Material

Capital Repair or Replacement and Capital Project activities.

       c.)     Inspection Records. The Company shall use the data from inspection and

cleaning as a basis for requesting Material Capital Repairs or Replacements or Capital Projects

relative to the Collection and Conveyance System; provided, however, this does not supersede




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the Standards of Maintenance as described in the body of the Agreement. All inspection

records and data shall become the property of the District.

       Each Billing Month, the Company shall prepare and deliver the following information

to the District’s Authorized Representative for the immediately preceding Billing Month:

              Sewer Pipe televising and manholes and structures inspection records including

               number of feet televised and number of structures inspected.

              Summary of problems provided in reasonable detail (including structural

               condition, defects, and I&I identification).

              Cleaning and maintenance requirements identified.

              Summary of cleaning performed and quantity of debris removed.

       16.     Maintenance of MIS System and Structures. After the initial inspection and

cleaning program conducted by the Company during the first five (5) Billing Years, the

Company shall develop and implement a Sewer Pipe cleaning plan that includes a cleaning

schedule based on previous sewer inspection results, Prudent Industry Practices, and historical

cleaning data. The Company shall be responsible for all required cleaning of Sewer Pipe equal

to forty-eight (48) inches in diameter and less for the entire Term. The costs for this cleaning

shall be included in the Operation and Maintenance Fee. The sewer cleaning program shall be

submitted to the District’s Authorized Representative within six (6) Billing Months after the

initial cleaning and inspection is completed and thereafter by the sixth (6th) Billing Month of

each Billing Year for review and comment by the District’s Authorized Representative. The

Company shall coordinate its work with the District’s O&M activities, flow monitoring

activities, Material Capital Repair or Replacement and Capital Project activities.




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       The Company shall perform the following cleaning and maintenance activities for

Sewer Pipe:

             Remove sediment, deposits, debris, and other obstructions from sewers, forty-

              eight (48) inches in diameter and smaller, if fifteen percent (15%) or more of

              the cross-sectional area of a sewer is obstructed to ensure that, within the

              capabilities of the Collection and Conveyance System, no surcharging, back-

              ups, or overflows occur.

             Recommend to the District a sewer cleaning program for sewers larger than

              forty-eight (48) inches in diameter.

             Televise the sewer after addressing problems such as surcharging and

              blockages to verify that the Collection and Conveyance System service is fully

              restored.   The Company shall perform follow-up inspections to ensure that

              service has been fully restored.

             Clean sewers or structures as directed by the District when sewer debris or

              blockage introduces a risk of surcharge, backup or overflow.

             Record the results of the cleaning activities in the CMMS including: date and

              time of activity, identification of structure or Sewer Pipe Section ID, length in

              feet cleaned, estimated amount of removed material and disposal location. The

              data shall also note signs of grease, surcharge or blockages.

             Adjust cleaning schedule as necessary to ensure debris is removed as necessary

              and surcharge or blockages do not occur.

       The Company shall perform the following maintenance activities for manholes and

structures:


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              Clean drop connections.

              Clean siphon dropshafts and riser shafts.

              Remove debris from manholes and connections.

              Replace defective gaskets on manhole covers.

              Replace broken manhole covers and frames.

              Adjust frames to grade if lower than 1-inch below grade or higher than ¼-inch

               above grade.

              Add approved internal seals to ensure the frame to structure joint is water-tight.

              Sealing of manholes (tarring) shall be done in isolated areas, off road, in

               easements, and near floodplain areas on an annual basis. Other methods may

               be used upon approval from the District’s Authorized Representative.

       The Company shall adjust all frames and covers to paving grades in coordination with

the paving contractor to the extent consistent with prior practices and historic activity levels

performed by the District. The Company shall perform all Work in accordance with the latest

edition of the Standard Specifications for Sewer and Water Construction in Wisconsin.

       For the ISS, ISS pump station, and intercepting and diversion structures, the Company

shall perform the following:

       a.)     Inline Storage System. The Company shall remove floating debris accumulated

in the ISS tunnel at the Jones Island ISS screenings shaft and dispose of it at the Landfill. This

work shall be done once during the Term and shall be completed by January 1, 2010. The

Company shall remove sediment and screenings from the Jones Island ISS screening shaft

after each tunnel event of 50MG or greater, or at a minimum of once a month.




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       b.)     ISS Pump Station. The Company shall be responsible for cleaning the ISS

Pump Station suction header pipe whenever debris deposition or build-up reduces the ISS

pump efficiency or increases the ISS pump or motor vibration levels. At a maximum, this

work shall be completed by the Company three (3) times during the Term at the direction of

the District’s Authorized Representative.

       c.)     Intercepting and Diversion Structures.          There are approximately 150

intercepting structures and associated diversion structures which include: intercepting devices,

flap gates, weirs and dams.      The Company shall be responsible for the operation and

maintenance for all such structures. The District shall conduct Weekly inspections on the

intercepting structures and associated diversion structures identified in Table S3-11.




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         Table S3-11: District-inspected Intercepting and Diversion Structures

WPDES ID Number                               Approximate Locations
IS 215/114-CSO             W. Juneau Ave and Milwaukee River
IS 216/115-CSO             W. Highland Ave and Milwaukee River
IS 217/ 117-CSO            W. State St and Milwaukee River
IS 220/122-CSO             W. Wells St and Milwaukee River
IS 222/125-CSO             W. Wisconsin Ave and Milwaukee River
IS 223/127-CSO             W. Michigan St and Milwaukee River
IS 232/105-CSO             E. Brady St and Milwaukee River
IS 236/147-CSO             E. Juneau St and Milwaukee River
IS 237/116-CSO             E. Highland St and Milwaukee River
IS 238A/118-CSO            E. State St and N. Edison St
IS 240/123-CSO             E. Wells St and Milwaukee River
IS 242/128-CSO             E. Michigan Ave and N. Water St
IS 243/131-CSO             E. Clybourn Ave and N. Water St
IS 244/134-CSO             E. St Paul Ave and N. Water St
IS 381/180-CSO             W. Pierce St and N. 35th St
DS 114                     W. Juneau Ave and Milwaukee River
DS 115                     W. Highland Ave and Milwaukee River
DS 117                     W. State St and Milwaukee River
DS 122                     W. Wells St and Milwaukee River
DS 125                     W. Wisconsin Ave and Milwaukee River
DS 127                     W. Michigan St and Milwaukee River
DS 105/017                 E. Brady St and Milwaukee River
DS 147                     E. Juneau St and Milwaukee River
DS 116                     E. Highland St and Milwaukee River
DS 118                     E. State St and N. Edison St
DS 123                     E. Wells St and Milwaukee River
DS 128                     E. Michigan Ave and N. Water St
DS 131                     E. Clybourn Ave and N. Water St
DS 134                     E. St Paul Ave and N. Water St
DS 180                     W. Pierce St and N. 35th St




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The Company shall inspect all other intercepting structures on a monthly basis. The purpose

of the inspection is to observe the condition of the structures and verify proper operation so

that flow is not diverted to the ISS. Inspections shall be conducted such that the operation of

the intercepting devices, gates, backflow prevention devices, and dams         can be clearly

observed using confined space entry or digital imaging. The Company will be responsible for

completing all Cures at the sites listed in Table S3-11 within three (3) Business Days after

notification. In addition, the Company shall be responsible for completing all Cures at any of

the other sites within three (3) Business Days after identification or as directed by the

District’s Authorized Representative.

       The Company shall document all inspections and results in the CMMS.               At a

minimum, the following information will be recorded: date, time, location, crew identification,

inspection observations (including structural defects or debris build-up), Cures, and digital

photographs if taken.

       17.    Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) and Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO)

Response Plan. The Company shall develop in cooperation with the District an Overflow

Response Control Plan and subsequent annual updates in the timeframes described in Schedule

4 and shall comply with the plan.

       18.    Inflow and Infiltration (I&I). The Company shall be responsible for identifying

I&I within the sewer pipes of the System and identifying and reducing I&I in the manholes

and other structures of the System, consistent with requirements for maintenance, Capital

Repair or Replacement, and Material Capital Repair or Replacement. Examples of the

responsibilities of the Company and the District for I&I reduction are presented in Schedule

10.



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       19.     Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) and Other Blockage Requirements. The Company

shall be responsible for undertaking any response to relieve FOG-related problems and all

other blockages or accumulations in the System.                The Company shall provide

recommendations to the District’s Authorized Representative as needed for any chronic or

substantial FOG-related or other blockage problem.

       20.     Painting. For purposes of this section, the terms “painting” and “coating” are

used interchangeably. Paints and coatings are materials applied to surfaces using a brush, rag,

sponge, roller, squeegee or sprayer.

       All painting and coating on the System shall be performed in accordance with this

section and industry specifications for surface preparation and application.

       Type I: The following painting and coating projects will be completed by the end of

the year specified:

       SSWTP Gas Storage Spheres (Interior & Exterior)              2012

       Inline Pump Station: Pump Room Bridge Crane                  2009

All costs for Type I painting and coating shall be included in the Operation and Maintenance

Fee.

       Type II: The Company shall include in the Operation and Maintenance Fee an annual

allowance for painting subcontracts of $100,000. In-house labor costs and costs incurred for

Type I and III painting and coatings are in addition to this allocation. By November 1st of each

Billing Year, the Company shall submit a list of projects to be included as Type II painting to

be completed in the subsequent Billing Year. The list of projects is subject to approval by the

District’s Authorized Representative.



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       All Type II painting and coating shall be competitively procured by the Company in

accordance with Wisconsin government procurement law and the District’s procurement

policy. Type II painting and coating expenditures shall be reconciled on a year-to-year basis.

       Type III: The Company shall include in the Staffing Plan two (2) full time positions

exclusively for the purpose of performing painting and coating work at the direction of the

Company. Staff painters shall not perform any Type I or Type II painting or coating.

       All projects undertaken as Type I, II or III painting and coating shall be subject to the

following additional requirements of this section upon completion.

       The Company shall paint when more than ten (10) percent of the surface area has

peeling paint, corrosion or exposure of base surface or visible rust. All painting work shall be

considered maintenance. The Company shall perform all painting work in accordance with the

following:

              All surfaces shall be painted only after proper surface preparation.

              Paint new or repaired facilities and Equipment for protection and to match the

               existing color code scheme.

              Complete painting projects in a reasonable time period, in no case greater than

               one year unless approved by the District’s Authorized Representative.




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       21.    Other Maintenance.

       a.)    Housekeeping.     The Company shall at a minimum perform the following

activities to maintain appearance and safety standards for the System unless specifically

excluded in the Agreement.

             Maintain grounds and landscaping in an aesthetically attractive and clean

              condition as reasonably determined by the District’s Authorized Representative.

              Litter shall be picked up promptly from all areas.

             Perform general building cleaning activities to maintain aesthetically attractive

              and clean conditions as reasonably determined by the District’s Authorized

              Representative. Litter shall be picked up promptly from all areas.

             Sweep roadways and parking areas as needed of sand, dirt and gravel.

             Maintain all interior and exterior lighting fixtures (including light bulbs) to

              ensure proper lighting levels and working order at all times. All burned out

              light bulbs and defective fixtures shall be replaced within fifteen (15) Days.

             Inspect the roofs annually to identify any potential leaks. Leaks shall be

              repaired within thirty (30) Days of discovery. The Company shall be

              responsible for repairing any inside damages resulting from a roof leak.

              Inspections, recommendations and actions shall be maintained in the CMMS.

             Repair all plumbing leaks and failures immediately upon discovery.

             Wash all office, ground floor, first and second story window interior and

              exterior surfaces, including glass blocks, annually or more frequently as

              needed.

             Offices and Restrooms:




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              -       Perform normal janitorial services for office buildings Weekly. Damp

                      mop floors as needed with a cleaning solution appropriate for use in the

                      building. Immediately remove all spills.

              -       Wash down wall tiles and clean walls at least annually.

              -       Provide paper products and soap for restrooms so that such products are

                      always available for use.

              -       Keep all restrooms, lavatories and locker rooms clean and free of mold,

                      mildew, and scum.

             Provide and maintain a garbage collection and a recycling program.

             Maintain floor mats located at South 13th Street Maintenance Facility. Replace

              floor mats Weekly throughout the Billing Year.

             Provide chemical and hazardous material storage in accordance with Applicable

              Law. Provide appropriate and adequate supplies of cleanup material and

              Equipment, and sufficient safety Equipment for all hazardous material

              maintained in storage or used at the site.

             Implement pest control measures as required.         Any infestations shall be

              addressed and eliminated as soon as practical upon discovery.

       b.)    Signage and Tags. The Company shall replace all damaged, worn or difficult to

read signs, including: road signs, building signs, safety signs, fence signs, perimeter signs,

process control labels, Equipment signs or tags, and other markings as applicable. Signs shall

be replaced within thirty (30) Days of being identified as needing replacement by either the

Company or the District’s Authorized Representative.




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       c.)    Landscaping and Vegetation.         The Company shall be responsible for the

following landscaping services on the System:

             Maintain all plantings and trees with watering, pruning, mulching and other

              services to ensure the survival and healthy appearance of the plantings. Trim

              bushes in the spring to remove dead limbs and promote new growth. The

              Company shall replace all dead, diseased or damaged bushes or trees within the

              first thirty (30) Days of the spring or fall immediately following identification

              of the need of replacement.

             Mow grass and lawn areas at least every other week during the growing season

              and as needed at other times at the Treatment Plants and the locations listed in

              Table S3-12 located at the end of this Schedule 3. The grass heights shall not

              exceed five (5) inches. When mowed, the grass shall not exceed a height of

              three (3) inches. Trim all grass along fence lines and adjacent to any other

              object (e.g., landscaped areas, buildings, etc.) at the same time and to the same

              length as the grass.

             Perform weeding at all landscaped areas during April through October of each

              Billing Year.

             Replenish wood bark or chips in all landscaped areas to a height of 3 inches

              during June of each Billing Year.

             Perform the following services for the South 13th Street Maintenance Facility of

              the Collection and Conveyance System:

              -      Fertilize the grass with Milorganite® twice per Billing Year (April and

                     October) and treat with a pre-emergent herbicide.




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       d.)     Pavement. The Company shall maintain all paved areas within the System to

properly provide for vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Structural failures shall be repaired

promptly, but no later than sixty (60) Days from discovery as weather permits.

       The Company shall repair cracks, erosions, depressions and potholes in paved areas,

including curbs, gutters and sidewalks as necessary. In areas that require only localized repair,

the Company shall perform the following:

              Saw cut the existing pavement adjacent to the defect.

              Remove damaged materials as required to restore the sub base.

              Install sub base, level, and wearing courses at the required thicknesses based on

               the pavement design for the site.

       In addition, the Company shall seal cracks at all asphalt-paved areas that exceed ½ inch

in width and two (2) feet in length using tar and then cover them with sand no later than sixty

(60) Days from discovery as weather permits. At a minimum, the Company shall:

              Reseal parking lots and roadways at the Treatment Plants, South 13th Street

               Maintenance Facility and North 32nd and Hampton Facility within the first two

               (2) Billing Years and in the seventh (7th) Billing Year.

              Restripe parking lots and roadways at the Treatment Plants, South 13th Street

               Maintenance Facility and North 32nd and Hampton Facility within the first two

               (2) Billing Years and every third (3rd) Billing Year thereafter.

       Asphalt and concrete paving and restoration work shall be performed in accordance

with the current American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials

(AASHTO) or the successor organization and Wisconsin Department of Transportation




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standards. The Company shall furnish all required materials and appurtenances to complete

the work.

       e.)     Graffiti Removal. The Company shall remove graffiti from any part of the

System within three (3) Business Days upon discovery or notification. Covering graffiti with

paint is acceptable only upon approval of the District’s Authorized Representative.

       f.)     Snow Removal.        The Company shall conduct continuous and proactive

snowfall removal activities to maintain System accessibility during snowfall events. The

Company shall include a snow emergency plan element in the Company’s emergency plan that

identifies procedures and accommodations in the event staff are not able to access or leave the

sites in the event of a snow emergency.

       The Company shall remove snow from all areas to the point where concrete or asphalt

is exposed and is wet but no snow or ice is present, including sidewalks, entry ways, parking

areas, etc. The Company shall spread deicers in a quantity to prevent ice formation on road

and walkway surfaces.

       The Company shall complete the following snow removal activities within twenty-four

(24) hours from the start of the snowfall for priority sites identified in Table S3-13.

              Priority 1 sites: the Company shall remove snow and spread deicer at all areas

               before 6:30 a.m. when there is a snowfall of one (1) inch or greater.

              Priority 2, 3 and 4 sites: the Company shall remove snow in the decreasing

               level of priority when there is a snowfall of one (1) inch or greater.

       When plowed snow piles become obstacles for parking or driving visibility on the

roadway, the Company shall remove and truck snow off-site to be disposed of in an

environmentally-correct manner.




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                 Table S3-13: Collection System Snow Removal Locations
             Priority                                Location

                1               Treatment Plants

                                South 13th Street Maintenance Facility

                                North 32nd Street and Hampton Avenue Facility

                                North 44th Street Field Office

                2               All Pump Stations

                                All ISS Control Buildings sites

                3               Temporary Flow Monitoring Sites

                4               Monitoring and Control Sites (enclosures and green
                                 boxes)
                                Monitoring Sites (green boxes)

                                Groundwater Monitoring Sites (see Table S3-14
                                 located at the end of this Schedule 3)



       22.     Rolling Stock.     The Company shall maintain all Rolling Stock including

Rolling Stock assigned to the District. The Company shall provide substitute Rolling Stock

when maintenance is performed on District Rolling Stock as requested by the District’s

Authorized Representative.

       If the Company wishes to reduce the existing inventory of Rolling Stock, the Company

shall submit a request to the District’s Authorized Representative for review and approval.

Proceeds from the sale of Rolling Stock shall be returned to the District.

       23.     Documentation and Record Keeping.

       a.)     Deviation of Record Documents from Field Conditions. The Company shall

report any discrepancies between As-Built Drawings, design drawings, record drawings, maps



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or other similar documents and actual field conditions discovered or observed during the

normal course of performing the services as required by this Agreement. The Company shall

report such deviations in the Monthly Reports pursuant to Schedule 4.

       b.)   Documentation Standards.       The Company shall have and use consistent

documentation standards for all records including:         operator logs, CMMS records and

reporting. Data requirements shall be defined and used consistently.

       c.)    CMMS Requirements. All Work performed relative to the System shall be

entered in the CMMS including: maintenance, inspections, Sewer Pipe cleaning, test results,

and work performed by Subcontractors. The Company shall record costs and results of

maintenance at the lowest level of asset detail in CMMS.

       Documentation for Work completed shall include as a minimum a specific definition of

the Work scheduled and completed, all parts and materials used, costs associated with

performing the work, broken down by material and labor including all work performed by

Subcontractors. The work performed for a specific task or repair (including parts, labor and

maintenance tasks) shall be included in one (1) record. Data entered in the CMMS for work

performed shall include:

             A general description, e.g., “Replace impeller due to normal use”, “Replaced

              belt”, or “Pump major overhaul”.

             A detailed description, e.g. “Disassembled pump”, “Inspected bearings and

              wear components”, “Replaced impeller with new (or refurbished or from

              mothballed)    Equipment”,    “Reassembled,      tested   and   turned   over   to

              operations”.




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              A detailed description of the condition of the parts and components, e.g.

               “Bearing condition OK, recommend inspection in   months”.

           Examples of incomplete records include: “Pump broke – fixed pump”, “Pump

leaking” and “Parts or supplies used but not listed”.




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                                                        Table S3-2: Jones Island PM Activities
Name                         Drain, Clean and Inspect 1           Other PM Activities2
Grit Tanks                Once per year
Primary Clarifiers        Once every 2 years
Aeration Basins           Once every 2 years                      Remove floatables as necessary.
Secondary Clarifiers      Once every 2 years                      Cathodic protection shall be done in accordance with the SMP.
Chlorine Contact          Once every 2 years                      Remove floatables as necessary.
Basins
Pump Stations wet         Once every 2 years                      Inspect wet wells once every two (2) months, at a minimum, for accumulation of
wells                                                             grit/floatables and promptly remove accumulated materials
Equalization & Blend      Once every 2 years
Tanks
Silos (Interior)          Once during the Term within the first
                          five Billing Years for each Silo
     Note:
     1.       Minimum requirements, frequency shall be increased if necessary to properly operate and maintain the system. The PM shall include:
              drain or empty, clean and inspect for mechanical and structural condition and shall include all other PM activities to maintain the asset
              properly. The Company shall give notification to the District’s Authorized Representative whenever a facility is removed from service.
     2.       Other PM related to Equipment associated with these facilities is covered under maintenance section in this Schedule 3.




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                                                   Table S3-3: South Shore PM Activities


  Name                            Drain, Clean and Inspect 1                                       Other PM Activities2
  Grit Tanks              Once per year
  Primary Clarifiers      Once every 2 years
  Aeration Basins         Once every 2 years                                Remove floatables as necessary.
  Secondary Clarifiers     Once every 2 years
  Chlorine Contact         Once every 2 years                               Remove floatables as necessary.
  Basins
  Pump Station Wet        Once every 2 years                                Inspect wet wells once every two (2) months, at a minimum, for
  Wells                                                                     accumulation of grit/floatables and promptly remove accumulated
                                                                            materials
  Floatation Thickeners    Once every 2 years

  Digesters - Storage     Once during the Term
  Digesters –              Once during the term
  Anaerobic
Note:
1.      Minimum requirements, frequency shall be increased if necessary to properly operate and maintain the system. The PM shall include:
        drain or empty, clean and inspect for mechanical and structural condition and shall include all other PM activities to maintain the asset
        properly. The Company shall give notification to the District’s Authorized Representative whenever a facility is removed from service.
2.      Other PM related to Equipment associated with these facilities is covered under maintenance section in this Schedule 3.




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                  Table S3-4: Pump Station and Bypass Gate Maintenance


Name                  Type       ID      Pump Station Screens       Wet Well Drain, Clean
                               Number                               and Inspect1,2
Beach Drive        Lift       PS-04-01   Inspect and clean as       Every five (5) Billing Years
                                         necessary
Port Washington    Lift       PS-05-01   Inspect Weekly and clean   Every five (5) Billing Years
Road                                     as necessary
Ravine Lane        Lift       PS-04-02   Inspect Weekly and clean   Every five (5) Billing Years
                                         as necessary
Brady Street       Wet        PS-07-03   Inspect after a pumping    Every five (5) Billing Years
                   Weather               event and clean as
                                         necessary
Greenfield Park    Wet        PS-03-01   Inspect after a pumping    Every five (5) Billing Years
                   Weather               event and clean as
                                         necessary
Greentree Road     Wet        PS-05-02   Inspect after a pumping    Every five (5) Billing Years
                   Weather               event and clean as
                                         necessary
Howell Avenue      Wet        PS-01-01   Inspect after a pumping    Every five (5) Billing Years
                   Weather               event and clean as
                                         necessary
Underwood          Wet        PS-03-02   Inspect after a pumping    Every five (5) Billing Years
Parkway            Weather               event and clean as
                                         necessary




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Valley Park            Storm      PS-07-04   Inspect after a pumping   Per O&M Manual
                                             event and clean as
                                             necessary
Milwaukee River        Flushing   PS-11-01   Clean as necessary        Every five (5) Billing Years
Flushing Station
Kinnickinnic           Flushing   PS-11-02   Clean as necessary        Every five (5) Billing Years
Flushing Station                                                       2011 and 2016
                       Bypass                Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
74th & Oklahoma                   BS-03-03
                                             event and clean as
                                             necessary
                       Bypass                Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
Honey Creek        &              BS-04-01
                                             event and clean as
Wisconsin
                                             necessary
                       Bypass                Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
32nd & Hampton                    BS-05-02
                                             event and clean as needed
                       Bypass                Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
35th & Roosevelt                  BS-05-03
                                             event and clean as
                                             necessary
                       Bypass                Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
27th & Villard                    BS-05-05
                                             event and clean as needed
                       Bypass                Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
Range Line &                      BS-05-06
                                             event and clean as
Milwaukee River
                                             necessary
35th and Manitoba      Bypass     BS-06-01   Inspect after a pumping Every five (5) Billing Years
                                             event and clean as
                                             necessary
Bypass Gates           Bypass     See Table Inspect after a bypass Every five (5) Billing Years
                                  S1-3      event and clean as
                                            necessary




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Note:
1. All wet well floatables shall be removed as necessary.
2. The Company shall review and implement more stringent frequencies as necessary to operate and maintain the System.




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                                    Table S3-5: ISS and MIS Maintenance

Facility                     Maintenance Requirement
Jones Island ISS screening Remove sediment and screenings after each tunnel event of 50MG or greater, or at a
shaft                      minimum of once a month.
ISS approach channel Trash Inspect after any event that the tunnel captures over 50 MG and clean as necessary.
Racks                      Document inspections with digital photographs of the trash racks and record in
                           CMMS.
Siphons                      Inspect siphon drop and riser shafts monthly and clean as necessary.




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                              Table S3-6: Monitoring and Control Sites

         North-South                                                                           Cross
Site     Coordinates        East-West Coordinates    Address                      Municipality Reference
BS0101   Howell             Post Office
BS0302   106th              Fisher Park              10600 W. Fisher Parkway      Wauwatosa     To PS0302
                                                                                  Milwaukee/
BS0303   74th               Oklahoma                 7400 W. Oklahoma Avenue      West Allis
BS0304   State Fair Park    W. Dickerson

BS0401   Honey Creek        Wisconsin                8000 W. Wisconsin Avenue     Wauwatosa
BS0402   68th               Honey Creek Parkway
BS0403   Honey Creek        Portland
BS0404   River Road         Green Tree
BS0501   Richards           Congress                 4380 N. Richards Street      Milwaukee     To DC0505
BS0502   32nd               Hampton                  4800 N. 32nd Street          Milwaukee
BS0503   35th               Roosevelt                3501 W. Roosevelt Drive      Milwaukee
BS0505   27th               Villard Avenue           2616 W. Villard Avenue       Milwaukee
BS0506   Range Line Road    Milwaukee River          2700 W. Dean Circle          River Hills
BS0507   46th               State Street BM          4516 W. State Street         Milwaukee     To DC0403
BS0601   35th               Manitoba                 3505 W. Manitoba             Milwaukee
BS0602   KK                 St. Francis              2425 E. St. Francis Avenue   St. Francis   To DC0606
BS0701   Bruce              Water                    610 S. Water Street          Milwaukee
BS0801   3rd                Seeboth                  300 W. Seeboth Street        Milwaukee     To PS0801
CS0101   Keefe              Humboldt                 1335 E. Randolph Court       Milwaukee
CS0102   6th                Cleveland                2700 S. 6th Street           Milwaukee
CS0103   5th                Florida Street           330 S. 5th Street            Milwaukee
CS0104   1st                Anderson Avenue          1956 S. 1st Street           Milwaukee
CS0105   Juneau             Edison                   101 W. Juneau Avenue         Milwaukee
CS0106   35th               Pierce Street            616 S. 35th Street           Milwaukee
                                                                                                From
         Milwaukee County                            8900 W. Watertown Plank                    MS0102,
CT01     Grounds                                     Road                         Wauwatosa     MS0801



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         North-South                                                                         Cross
Site     Coordinates       East-West Coordinates     Address                    Municipality Reference
CT02     Hawley            State Street              1100 N. Hawley Road        Milwaukee    To DG0803
CT0304   44th              Wells                     4390 W. Wells Street       Milwaukee
CT0506   25th              Menomonee River           101 N. 25th Street         Milwaukee
CT07     16th              Canal                     1600 W. Canal Street       Milwaukee
CT08     3rd               Seeboth                   300 W. Seeboth Street      Milwaukee
DC0101   27th              Howard                    3875 S. 27th Street        Milwaukee
DC0102   Howell            Layton                    4710 S. Howell Avenue      Milwaukee
                                                                                             From
                                                                                             MS0102, To
DC0103   6th               Oklahoma (East)           3070 S. 6th Street         Milwaukee    KK01, PS0801
DC0301   84th              Walker                    860 S. 84th Street         West Allis
DC0302   84th              Adler                     501 S. 84th Street         Milwaukee

DC0303   84th              Wisconsin                 8400 W. Wisconsin Avenue   Wauwatosa
                                                     8900 W. Watertown Plank
DC0304   County Grounds                              Road                       Wauwatosa
                                                     3500 Menomonee River
DC0305   Menomonee River   Keefe                     Parkway                    Wauwatosa
DC0306   124th             Needham                   1500 S. 124th Street       West Allis
DC0307   Lovers Lane       Hampton
DC0308   91st              Denver

DC0309   90th              Watertown Plank Road                                 Wauwatosa    RTU @ CT-1
DC0401   Hawley            Schlinger                 690 S. Hawley Road         West Allis
                                                                                             From
                                                                                             MS0102, to
                                                                                             DC0505,
DC0402   59th              Trenton                   5901 W. State Street       Milwaukee    DG0803
DC0403   58th              State                     5822 W. State Street       Milwaukee    From BS0507




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         North-South                                                                        Cross
Site     Coordinates         East-West Coordinates   Address                   Municipality Reference
DC0404   58th                Roosevelt               5747 W. Roosevelt Drive   Milwaukee
DC0405   51st                Hampton                 5101 W. Hampton Avenue    Milwaukee
DC0406   I-43                Green Tree              400 W. Green Tree Road    Glendale     From DC0509
DC0407   Dean                Teutonia                4301 W. Dean Road         Brown Deer
DC0408   Fairy Chasm         Green Bay               9225 N. Green Bay Road    Brown Deer
DC0409   Sidney              Mill                    2800 W. Mill Road         Glendale     To DC0505
DC0501   Van Buren           Brady                   701 E. Pearson Street     Milwaukee
DC0502   Humboldt            Capitol                 820 E. Capitol Drive      Milwaukee
                                                     4400 N. Port Washington
DC0503   PILSBURY BUILDING                           Road                      Glendale
DC0504   31st                Hampton Avenue          3102 W. Hampton Avenue    Milwaukee
                                                                                           From BS0501,
                                                                                           DC0402,
                                                                                           DC0409,
                                                                                           MS0502,
DC0505   51st                Hampton                 5101 W. Hampton Avenue    Milwaukee   MS0504
DC0506   35th                Roosevelt               3501 W. Roosevelt Drive   Milwaukee   To NS12
                                                                               Whitefish
DC0507   Lydell              Fairmont                5000 N. Lydell Avenue     Bay         From DC0509
                                                     5200 N. Milwaukee River
DC0508   Milwaukee River     Villard Avenue          Parkway                   Milwaukee
                                                                                           To DC0406,
                                                                                           DC0507,
DC0509   N Lydall            W Hampton                                         Milwaukee   PS0502
DC0510   37th & Juneau                                                         Milwaukee
DC0601   12th                National                737 S. 12th Street        Milwaukee   To DC0603
DC0602   35th                National                3490 W. National Avenue   Milwaukee
                                                                                           From DC0601,
DC0603   Alley               Oklahoma                3065 S. 6th Street        Milwaukee   To DC0604




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         North-South                                                                              Cross
Site     Coordinates           East-West Coordinates   Address                       Municipality Reference
                                                                                                  From
                                                                                                  MS0102,
DC0604   35th                  Manitoba                3005 S. 35th Street           Milwaukee    DC0603
DC0605   6th                   Warnimont               573 W. Warnimont Avenue       Milwaukee
DC0606   KK                    Lunham Ave              4300 S. Barland Avenue        St. Francis  From BS0602
DC0701   Commerce              Walnut                  1733 N. Commerce Street       Milwaukee

DC0702   Marshall              Milwaukee River         Marshall & Milwaukee          Milwaukee   From PS0703
DC0703   16th                  Canal Street            1600 W. Canal Street          Milwaukee
DC0704   Broadway              Erie                    301 E. Erie Street            Milwaukee
DC0705   27th Street           Canal Street                                          Milwaukee
DC0901   Jackson               Erie                    642 E. Erie Street            Milwaukee
DC0902   Bruce                 Water                   504 E. Bruce Street           Milwaukee
DG0802   Humboldt              Capitol                 820 E. Capitol Drive          Milwaukee
                                                                                                 From CT02,
DG0803   Hawley                State                   Hawley and State Street       Milwaukee   DC0402

DV0101   KK River Flushing                             2200 S. Bay Street            Milwaukee
DV0102   Bay Street            Lincoln                 100 E. Lincoln Avenue         Milwaukee
DV0103   Ward                  Lincoln                 2701 S. Chase Avenue          Milwaukee
KK01     6th                   Cleveland               2690 S. 6th Street            Milwaukee   From DC0103
KK02     1st                   Chase                   2646 S. Chase Avenue          Milwaukee
KK03     4th                   Becher Street           2120 S. 4th                   Milwaukee
KK04     1st                   Lincoln                 2361 S. 1st Street            Milwaukee
LMN      Bay                   Ward Street             2211 S. Bay Street            Milwaukee

LMS      Lincoln Memorial Dr   Russel                  Lincoln Mem. & Russel         Milwaukee

MS0101   Pennsylvania Avenue   College Avenue          6256 S. Pennsylvania Avenue   Cudahy




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         North-South                                                                         Cross
Site     Coordinates       East-West Coordinates   Address                      Municipality Reference
                                                                                             To CT01,
                                                                                             DC0103,
                                                                                             DC0402,
                                                                                             DC0604,
MS0102   5th               Howard Avenue           5th & Howard                 Milwaukee    PS0801
MS0103   57th              Arthur Ave              5746 W. Rita Dr.             Milwaukee
MS0108   6th               Oklahoma                3065 S. 6th Street           Milwaukee
MS0201   27th              Ryan                    2701 W. Ryan Road            Franklin
MS0204   92nd              College Avenue          6304 S. 92nd Street          Greendale

MS0205   92nd              Forest Home Ave         5200 W. Root River Parkway   Greendale
MS0301   84th              Adler                   501 S. 84th Street           Milwaukee

MS0302   116th             Greenfield              11601 W. Greenfield Avenue   West Allis    To PS0301
                                                   12308 W. Underwood Creek
MS0306   124th             Potter Road             Parkway                      Wauwatosa
MS0308   91st              Good Hope               7133 N. 91st Street          Milwaukee
MS0401   60th              Martin Drive            6000 W. Martin Drive         Wauwatosa
MS0403   Green Tree Road   River Road              1300 W. Green Tree Road      River Hills
                                                   7950 N. Port Washington
MS0404   Port Washington   Bradley Road            Road                         Fox Point
MS0409   North Broadmoor   CNW Railroad            9523 N. Broadmoor Drive      Bayside
MS0502   60th              Lincoln Creek           4760 N. 60th Street          Milwaukee     To DC0505
                                                   5200 N. Milwaukee River
MS0503   13th              Villard Avenue          Parkway                      Milwaukee
MS0504   Vienna            Humboldt                1129 E. Vienna Avenue        Milwaukee     To DC0505
MS0505   Menlo             Cambridge Avenue        3576 N. Morris Boulevard     Shorewood
                                                                                Whitefish
MS0508   Lydell            Montclaire              5995 N. Lydell Avenue        Bay




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         North-South                                                                                     Cross
Site     Coordinates             East-West Coordinates        Address                       Municipality Reference
MS0601   Alley                   Oklahoma                     3065 S. 6th Street            Milwaukee
                                                                                            West
MS0603   41st                    National                     4034 W. National Avenue       Milwaukee
MS0801   44th Street             I-94                         200 N. 44th Street            Milwaukee    To CT01
MS0802   Humboldt Yards                                       2200 N. Humboldt Avenue       Milwaukee
NS01     51st                    Hampton                      5101 W. Hampton Avenue        Milwaukee

NS02     Milwaukee River Flush                                3102 W. Hampton Avenue        Milwaukee
                                                              4400 N. Port Washington
NS03     Pilsbury Silos                                       Road                          Glendale
NS04     Cambridge               Providence                   3499 N. Cambridge Avenue      Milwaukee
NS05     Burleigh                Milwaukee River              1390 E. Chambers Street       Milwaukee
NS06     Park Place              Milwaukee River              1349 E. Park Place            Milwaukee
NS07     Commerce                Booth                        1942 N. Commerce Street       Milwaukee
NS08     Commerce                Walnut                       1733 N. Commerce Street       Milwaukee

NS09     3rd                     Juneau                       1230 Old World Third Street   Milwaukee
NS10     Water Street            St. Paul                     401 N. Water Street           Milwaukee
NS11     Humboldt                Capitol                      820 E. Capitol Drive          Milwaukee
NS12     31st                    Capitol                      4025 N. 31st Street           Milwaukee    From DC0506
                                 Across from the Airport
PS0101   South Howell Avenue     lounge                       5800 S Howell Ave
         Greenfield Park Pump
PS0301   Station                                              1500 S. 124th Street          West Allis   From MS0302
         Underwood Parkway                                    12308 W. Underwood
PS0302   Pump Station                                         Parkway                       Wauwatosa    From BS0302
         Beach Drive Pump
PS0401   Station                                              7509 N. Beach Drive           Fox Point




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         North-South                                                                                     Cross
Site     Coordinates                East-West Coordinates   Address                         Municipality Reference
         Lake & Ravine Pump
PS0402   Station                                            9415 N. Lake Drive              Bayside
         Port Washington Pump                               5022 N. Port Washington
PS0501   Station                                            Road                            Glendale
PS0502   Green Tree Pump Station                            1300 W. Green Tree Road         River Hills   From DC0509
                                                            4125 W. Mount Vernon
PS0701   42nd                       Mount Vernon            Avenue                          Milwaukee
                                                            40th and near the river, area
PS0704   Valley Park Pump Station                           known as Pigsville              Milwaukee
                                                                                                          From BS0801,
                                                            860 E. Scott Street at Jones                  DC0103,
PS0801   ISS Pump Station                                   Island                          Milwaukee     MS0102, TP09
                                                            1705 N. Lincoln Memorial
PS1101   Chase Avenue               Rosedale                Drive                           Milwaukee     From MS1102
PS1102   27th                       Chase                   2644 S. Chase Avenue            Milwaukee     From MS1104
SF13     13th                       College                 6060 S. 13th Street             Milwaukee
TP09     Jones Island TP                                    700 E. Jones Street             Milwaukee     To PS0801
TP10     South Shore TP                                     8500 S. 5th Avenue              Oak Creek




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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates   Address                       Community      Reference
MS0104   60th                      Arthur Ave              2551 S. 60th Street           West Allis
MS0105   63rd                      Forest Home Ave         3854 S. 63rd Street           Milwaukee

MS0106   Pennsylvania Avenue       Marshall                7700 S. Pennsylvania Avenue   Oak Creek
MS0109   5th Avenue                American Avenue         4100 E. American Avenue       Oak Creek
MS0110   Robert                    Ramsey Avenue           3020 E. Ramsey Avenue         Cudahy
MS0111   13th                      Granada Street          6250 S. 13th Street           Milwaukee
MS0112   15th                      Ramsey Avenue           1547 W. Ramsey Avenue         Milwaukee
MS0113   27th                      Howard Avenue           4021 S. 27th Street           Milwaukee
MS0114   16th                      Plainfield              1808 W. Plainfield Avenue     Milwaukee
MS0115   13th                      Layton Avenue           4730 S. 13th Street           Milwaukee
MS0116   43rd                      Cleveland               2685 S. 43rd Street           Milwaukee
                                                           6165 W. Kinnickinnic River
MS0117   KK Parkway                Cleveland               Parkway                       Milwaukee
MS0118   60th                      Arthur Ave              57th & Arthur                 West Allis
MS0202   68th                      Loomis Road             6691 S. 68th Street           Greendale
MS0203   Morgan                    Root River              3500 S. 116th Street          Greenfield
MS0206   6th Street                Ryan Road               600 W. Ryan Road              Oak Creek
MS0207   60th                      Cascade BM              8230 S. 60th Street           Franklin
MS0208   35th                      College BM              6320 S. 34th Street           Franklin
MS0209   108th                     Kelm Road               6269 S. 108th Street          Hales Corner
MS0210   124th                     Grange Ave              12400 W. Grange Avenue        New Berlin
                                                           S76 W14100 McShane Drive,
MS0211   Muskego Pump Station                              Muskego                       Muskego
MS0212   Root River                Montana                 11450 W. Montana Drive        West Allis
MS0213   124th                     Root River              2429 S.124th Street           New Berlin
MS0214   Nicholson                 Ryan Road               9567 S. Nicholson Road        Oak Creek
MS0215   Howell                    Ryan Road               9445 S. Howell Avenue         Oak Creek



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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates       Address                      Community      Reference
MS0216   20th                      Ryan Road                   1980 W. Ryan Road            Oak Creek
MS0217   27th                      Ryan Road                   2701 W. Ryan Road            Franklin
MS0218   41st                      Ryan Road                   3989 W. Ryan Road            Franklin
MS0219   72nd                      Drexel Ave                  7239 W. Drexel Avenue        Franklin
MS0220   51st                      Rawson Ave                  5706 W. Rawson Avenue        Franklin
MS0221   Root River                Loomis Road                 6620 W. Loomis Road          Greendale
MS0222   Loomis Road               College Avenue              6500 W. Loomis Road          Greendale
MS0223   92nd                      College Avenue              8811 W. College Avenue       Greendale
                                                               11540 W. Forest Home
MS0224   Forest Home Avenue        Sunnybrook                  Avenue                       Franklin
MS0225   Sunnyslope                Woods                       S73 W14005 Woods Road        Muskego
                                                               W180 S8035 Pioneer Drive,
MS0226   Pioneer                   Tower                       Muskego                      Muskego
                                                               W184 S8130 Racine Avenue
MS0227   Racine                    Gemini                      RR                           Muskego
MS0228   108th                     Parnell                     5702 S. 108th Street         Hales Corner
MS0229   121st                     Godsell                     12010 W. Godsell Avenue      Hales Corner
MS0230   New Berlin                Denis                       11847 W. Denis Avenue        Hales Corner
MS0231   76th                      Abbott Ave.                 5129 S. 76th Street          Greenfield
                                                               9180 W. Forest Home
MS0232   Root River                Forest Home Ave             Avenue                       Greenfield
MS0233   104th                     Coldspring                  10450 W. Coldspring Road     Greenfield
MS0234   108th                     Coldspring                  10720 W. Coldspring Road     Greenfield

MS0235   Root River                Rust Ct.                    3200 S. Root River Parkway   West Allis

MS0236   Pennsylvania Avenue       Ryan Road                   Pennsylvania & Ryan Road     Oak Creek
                                                               2809 Menomonee River
MS0303   Menomonee River Parkway Locust                        Parkway                      Milwaukee




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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates    Address                      Community    Reference
MS0304   Mayfair                   Hampton                  11061 W. Jeffrey Court       Milwaukee
MS0305   81st                      Hayes                    8102 W. Hayes Avenue         West Allis
                                                            N87 W12401 W. Fond Du        Menomonee
MS0307   124th                     Fond du Lac Ave          Lac Avenue                   Falls
MS0309   81st                      Becher                   2106 S. 81st Street          West Allis
                                                            N96 W12419 County Line       Menomonee
MS0310   124th                     County Line              Road                         Falls
MS0311   124th                     Custer Ave.              5397 N. 124th Street         Butler
                                                            N48 W13820 W. Hampton        Menomonee
MS0312   Lilly                     Hampton                  Avenue                       Falls
MS0313   124th                     Villard                  5196 N. 124th Street         Milwaukee
MS0314   81st                      Cleveland                8100 W. Cleveland Avenue     West Allis
MS0315   80th                      Oklahoma                 8002 W. Oklahoma Avenue      West Allis
MS0316   76th                      Oklahoma                 7602 W. Oklahoma Avenue      Milwaukee
MS0317   84th                      Lincoln                  2224 S. 84nd Street          West Allis
MS0318   84th                      Greenfield               1359 S. 84th Street          West Allis
MS0319   92nd                      Walker Street            851 S. 92nd Street           West Allis
MS0320   92nd                      Madison Street           1302 S. 92nd Street          West Allis
MS0321   84th                      Kearney Street           460 S. 84th Street           Milwaukee
MS0322   116th                     Dixon Street             11600 W. Fairview St.        West Allis

MS0323   116th                     Greenfield               11590 W. Greenfield Avenue   West Allis
MS0324   124th                     Meadow Ln                1505 S. 124th Street Front   New Berlin
MS0325   164th                     Coachlight               16400 W. Coachlight Drive    New Berlin
MS0326   162nd                     Rogers Dr                16252 W. Rogers Drive        New Berlin
                                                            1651 Menomonee River
MS0327   Menomonee River Parkway Kenyn                      Parkway                      Wauwatosa
                                                            1901 Menomonee River
MS0328   Menomonee River Parkway Hoyt                       Parkway                      Wauwatosa



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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates       Address                       Community    Reference
MS0329   113th                     Garfield                    2200 N. 113th Street          Wauwatosa
                                                               11510 W. Watertown Plank
MS0330   115th                     Watertown                   Road                          Wauwatosa
                                                               13653 W. Watertown Plank
MS0331   Watertown                 Park                        Road                          Elm Grove
MS0332   Legion                    Nicolet                     1251 N. Legion Drive          Elm Grove

MS0333   Vil Grn                   Gebhart                     13602 W. Juneau Boulevard     Elm Grove

MS0334   Santa Barb                Mont                        2808 N. Monterey Boulevard    Brookfield
                                                               2720 N. Clearwater Drive So
MS0335   Clearwater                Pomona                      Side                          Brookfield

MS0336   124th                     Bluemound                   12415 W. Blue Mound Road      Brookfield
                                                               206 S. Underwood Creek
MS0337   Underwood Creek Parkway   Fair                        Parkway                       West Allis
                                                               2675 Menomonee River
MS0338   Menomonee River Parkway Center                        Parkway                       Milwaukee
MS0339   99th                    Concordia                     9911 W. Concordia Avenue      Milwaukee
MS0341   124th                   Capitol                       4005 N. 124th Street Front    Brookfield
                                                               W138 N7508 W. Appleton        Menomonee
MS0342   Appleton                  N. Hills                    Avenue                        Falls
                                                                                             Menomonee
MS0343   Pilgrim                   Menomonee                   W156 N8419 Pilgrim Road       Falls
                                                               N85 W15940 W. Appleton        Menomonee
MS0344   Appleton                  McArthur                    Avenue                        Falls
                                                                                             Menomonee
MS0345   Pilgrim                   Belview                     W156 N8720 Pilgrim Road       Falls
MS0346   Appleton                  Silver Spring               9910 W. Silver Spring Drive   Milwaukee




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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates    Address                       Community    Reference
MS0347   101st                     Bender Road              6245 N. 101st Street          Milwaukee
MS0348   97th                      Green Tree Road          9661 W. Green Tree Road       Milwaukee
MS0349   84th                      Kiehnau Ave              6624 N. 84th Street           Milwaukee
MS0350   Burbank                   Green Tree Road          8317 W. Green Tree Road       Milwaukee
MS0351   92nd                      Bradley Road             9180 W. Bradley Road          Milwaukee
                                                            W168 N11447 El Camino
MS0352   Western                   Main Street              Drive                         Germantown
MS0353   River Lane                Main Street              N116 W17801 Main Street       Germantown

MS0399   Milwaukee County Zoo                               10001 W. Blue Mound Road      Milwaukee

MS0402   51st                      Lincoln Creek            5100 Lincoln Creek Parkway    Milwaukee

MS0405   43rd                      Calumet Road             7602 N. Sherman Boulevard     Brown Deer

MS0406   Indian Creek Parkway                               8500 N. Point Drive           Fox Point
MS0407   57th                      Hampton                  5705 W. Hampton Avenue        Milwaukee
MS0408   Green Bay                 Donges                   9446 N. Green Bay Road        Brown Deer
MS0410   60th                      State Street             6100 W. State Street          Wauwatosa
MS0411   60th                      Martin Drive             6000 W. Martin Drive          Milwaukee
MS0412   52nd                      Silver Spring            5200 W. Silver Spring Drive   Milwaukee
MS0413   Dean                      Teutonia                 4302 W. Dean Road             Brown Deer
MS0414   I-44                      Green Tree               400 W. Green Tree Road        Glendale
MS0415   60th                      Mitchell                 6005 W. Mitchell Street       West Allis
MS0416   62nd                      Dickinson                6151 W. Dickinson Street      Milwaukee
                                                            3105 N. Menomonee River
MS0417   Menomonee River Parkway Burleigh                   Parkway                       Wauwatosa
MS0418   51st Blvd               Roosevelt                  3366 N. 51st Boulevard        Milwaukee
MS0419   51st Blvd               Capitol Drive              51st & Capitol                Milwaukee




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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates      Address                       Community     Reference
MS0420   50th                      Congress                   5026 W. Congress Street       Milwaukee

MS0421   Constance                 Leon Terrace               6526 W. Constance Avenue      Milwaukee
MS0422   64th                      Stark Street               6421 W. Stark Street          Milwaukee
MS0423   76th                      Grantosa                   5109 N. 76th Street           Milwaukee
MS0424   76th                      Villard Avenue             7518 W. Villard Avenue        Milwaukee
                                   Leon Terrace/ Fond du
MS0425   76th                      Lac Ave                    5420 N. 76th Street           Milwaukee
MS0426   62nd                      Villard Avenue             6202 W. Villard Avenue        Milwaukee
MS0427   55th                      Silver Spring              5604 W. Silver Spring Drive   Milwaukee
MS0428   55th                      Thurston                   5681 N. 55th Street           Milwaukee
MS0429   Hopkins                   Douglas                    6113 N. Hopkins Street        Milwaukee
MS0430   Teutonia Avenue           Good Hope Road             3705 W. Good Hope Road        Milwaukee
MS0431   Teutonia Avenue           Terry                      8519 N. Teutonia Avenue       Brown Deer
MS0432   51st                      Elk Court                  9140 N. 51st Street           Brown Deer
MS0433   66th                      Brown Deer Road            6605 W. Brown Deer Road       Brown Deer
MS0434   Parkview                  Mequon                     5600 W. Mequon Road           Mequon
MS0435   Buntrock                  Mequon                     11304 N. Buntrock Avenue      Mequon
                                                              205 N. Main Street,
MS0436   Main Street               Riverview Drive            Thiensville                   Thiensville
MS0437   Green Bay                 Mill                       1810 W. Mill Road             Glendale
MS0438   Port Washington           Green Tree Road            502 W. Green Tree Road        Glendale
MS0439   7                         Bradley Road               999 E. Bradley Road           Fox Point
MS0440   Regent                    Brown Deer Road            360 E. Brown Deer Road        Bayside
MS0441   Sleepy Hollow             Laramie Lane               548 W. Laramie Lane           Bayside
MS0442   White Oak                 Old Barn                   320 W. White Oak Way          Mequon
MS0443   Laguna                    Ranch Drive                2100 W. Ranch Road            Mequon
                                                              11840 N. Port Washington
MS0444   Port Washington           Glen Ok                    Road                          Mequon



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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates    Address                     Community     Reference
MS0445   Wildwood                  Oriole                   2037 W. Wildwood Drive      Mequon
MS0501   13th                      Clybourn                 515 N. 13th Street          Milwaukee
MS0506   Cambridge                 Newport                  3416 N. Cambridge Avenue    Milwaukee
                                                                                        Whitefish
MS0507   Wilson                    Berkley                  4703 N. Wilson Drive        Bay
MS0509   Green Tree Road           River Road               1300 W. Green Tree Road     River Hills
MS0510   31st                      Cameron Avenue           4930 N. 31st Street         Milwaukee
MS0512   35th St.                  Hope Avenue              3526 W. Hope Avenue         Milwaukee
MS0513   36th                      Roosevelt                3615 W. Roosevelt Drive     Milwaukee
MS0514   41st                      Roosevelt                4115 W. Roosevelt Drive     Milwaukee

MS0515   Sherman                   Derby                    4751 N. Sherman Boulevard   Milwaukee
MS0516   44th                      Hampton Avenue           4420 W. Hampton Avenue      Milwaukee
MS0517   51st                      Hampton Avenue           5120 W. Hampton Avenue      Milwaukee
MS0518   68th                      Congress                 4400 N. 68th Street         Milwaukee
MS0519   77th                      Congress                 7704 W. Congress Street     Milwaukee
MS0520   68th                      Capitol Drive            4011 N. 68th Street         Milwaukee
MS0521   69th                      Capitol Drive            6925 W. Capitol Drive       Milwaukee

MS0522   Estabrook Parkway         Capitol Drive            4200 N. Estabrook Parkway   Shorewood
                                                                                        Whitefish
MS0523   Diversey                  Courtland                4645 N. Wilson Drive        Bay
                                                                                        Whitefish
MS0524   Shoreland                 Fairmount                198 E. Fairmount Avenue     Bay
                                                                                        Whitefish
MS0525   Lydell                    Montclaire               6001 N. Lydell Avenue       Bay
MS0526   Long Island               Custer                   5367 N. Long Island Drive   Milwaukee
                                                            2290 W. Lincoln Creek
MS0527   23rd                      Villard Avenue           Parkway                     Milwaukee




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Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates       Address                       Community     Reference
MS0528   27th                      Silver Spring               2750 W. Silver Spring Drive   Milwaukee
                                                               7100 N. Milwaukee River
MS0530   Milwaukee River Parkway   Good Hope Road              Pkwy                          Glendale
MS0531   River Road                Bradley Road                1804 W. Bradley Road          River Hills
MS0532   Dean Road                 Dean Ct.                    2401 W. Dean Road             River Hills
MS0602   27th                      Euclid Ave                  3203 S. 27th Street           Milwaukee
                                                                                             West
MS0604   49th                      Burnham Street              4900 W. Burnham Street        Milwaukee
                                                                                             West
MS0605   43rd                      National                    4301 W. National Avenue       Milwaukee
                                                                                             West
MS0606   50th                      National                    4950 W. National Avenue       Milwaukee
MS0607   43rd                      Euclid Ave                  3218 S. 43rd Street           Milwaukee
                                                               4998 W. Forest Home
MS0608   49th Pl.                  Forest Home Avenue          Avenue                        Milwaukee
MS0609   52nd                      Lincoln Avenue              5025 W. Lincoln Avenue        Milwaukee
MS0610   6th                       Warnimont                   3755 S. 6th Street            Milwaukee
MS0611   Clement                   Savland                     3724 S. Clement Avenue        Milwaukee
MS0612   KK Ave                    Norwich                     2800 E. Norwich Avenue        St. Francis
MS0613   Nicholson                 Underwood                   5220 S. Nicholson Avenue      Cudahy
MS0614   Barland                   Edgerton                    3203 E. Edgerton Avenue       Cudahy
MS0615   Lake Drive                Allerton                    3961 E. Allerton Avenue       Cudahy
MS0616   Lake Drive                Van Norman                  4510 S. Lake Drive            Cudahy
MS0617   Lake Drive                Plankinton                  4640 S. Lake Drive            Cudahy
MS0703   Chase                     Manitoba                    2951 S. Chase Avenue          Milwaukee
MS0704   Vermont                   Fernwood                    3160 S. Vermont Avenue        Milwaukee
MS1101   Pioneer Road Temp                                     Pioneer Road, Cedarburg       Mequon
                                                               St. Paul Avenue Bridge
MS1102   St. Paul Bridge                                       House                         Milwaukee     To PS1101



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                                               Table S3-7: Monitoring Sites

                                                                                                         Cross
Site     North-South Coordinates    East-West Coordinates       Address                      Community   Reference
MS1103   Cherry Bridge                                          Cherry Street Bridge House   Milwaukee
MS1104   1st                        KK River                    2000 S. 1st Street           Milwaukee   To PS1102
MS1105   70th                       Menomonee River             1169 N. 70th Street          Wauwatosa
MS1106   Harrison                   KK River                    1121 W. Harrison Avenue      Milwaukee
MS1107   59th Street                Trenton                                                  Milwaukee
                                                                2646 S. Chase, KK River
MS1108   Chase Avenue               KK River                    Level

WS1201   South Shore Precip                                     8500 S. 5th Avenue           Oak Creek
WS1202   Teutonia                   Custer                      5335 N. Teutonia Avenue      Milwaukee
WS1203   2nd                        Lincoln                     245 W. Lincoln Avenue        Milwaukee
WS1204   84th                       O'Conner                    300 S. 84th Street           Milwaukee
WS1205   41st                       Vera                        6945 N. 41st Street          Milwaukee
                                                                3626 W. Fond Du Lac
WS1206   36th                       Fond Du Lac Avenue          Avenue                       Milwaukee
WS1207   84th                       Florist                     8414 W. Florist Avenue       Milwaukee
WS1208   38th                       Lincoln                     3715 W. Lincoln Avenue       Milwaukee
WS1209   Granville                  Donna                       8463 N. Granville Road       Milwaukee
WS1210   88th                       Lisbon                      8800 W. Lisbon Avenue        Milwaukee
WS1211                                                          JIWWTP weather station       Milwaukee
WS1212   Park                       Bartlett                    2647 N. Bartlett Avenue      Milwaukee
WS1213   13th                       Boden                       6074 S. 13th Street          Milwaukee

WS1214   Pioneer Road , Cedarburg                               Pioneer Rd Precip.           Mequon
WS1215   Broadway                   Wells                       200 E Wells Street           Milwaukee
WS1216   97th                       Eden Pl                     3563 S. 97th Street          Milwaukee
WS1217   JIWWTP                                                 JIWWTP
                                                                                             Menomonee
WS1218   Menomonee Falls WS                                     W152 N8634 Margaret Road     Falls



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                                                                                                  Cross
Site     North-South Coordinates   East-West Coordinates    Address                   Community   Reference
WS1219   Elm Grove WS                                       13600 Juneau Boulevard    Elm Grove
                                                                                      Hales
WS1220   Hales Corners WS                                   5635 S. New Berlin Rd.    Corners
WS1221   25th                      Canal                    123 N. 25th Street        Milwaukee
WS1222   13th                      College                  6060 S. 13th Street       Milwaukee
WS1223   3rd Street                Seeboth                                            Milwaukee
WS1224   River Road                Green Tree
MS0340   Grantosa                  Capitol Drive            10518 W. Grantosa Drive   Wauwatosa




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                           Table S3-8: District Odor Control Sites

                                                                        Carbon
              ISS                                                      Volume3
  No.       Segment1                   Odor Control Facility          (cubic feet)
   1             CT     CT-1 Access Shaft - Regional Medical Center       12,701
   2             CT     CT-2 Trash Rack                                      114
   3             CT     CT-3/4 Trash Rack                                    114
   4             CT     Railroad Yard Access Shaft - County Stadium        1,283
   5             CT     CT-5/6 Trash Rack                                    294
   6             CT     CT-7 Trash Rack                                      294
   7             CT     CT-8 Trash Rack                                      126
                                                          2
   8             CT     Reed Street Access Shaft - EWWE                    1,681
   9            KK/LM   KK-1 Access Shaft                                  1,765
   10           KK/LM   KK-2 Trash Rack                                      123
   11           KK/LM   KK-3 Trash Rack                                      123
   12           KK/LM   KK-4 Access Shaft - Baran Park                     1,765
   13           KK/LM   Park LM-S Access Shaft - South Shore               1,283
   14           KK/LM   LM-N Trash Rack                                      123
   15            NS     NS-12 Access Shaft                                 1,842
   16            NS     Schlitz Access Shaft                               1,842
   17            NS     Humboldt Access Shaft                                307
   18           NWSRS   Diversion Chamber DC0307                             441
   19           NWSRS   Diversion Chamber DC0308                             441
                                   Total                                  26,662


                           Wastewater Plant Sites


South Shore:
Phase I Dewatering Building (Centrifuge Building)
Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) Thickening Building


Jones Island:
Equalization and Blend Building
Thickening Building



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Notes:
1
  Inline Storage System (ISS) segments:
         CT              Crosstown Main Tunnel
         KK/LM Kinnickinnic/Lake Michigan Main Tunnel
         NS              North Shore Main Tunnel
         NWSRS           Northwest Side Relief Storage Tunnel
2
  EWWE – Emergency Wastewater Exit
3
  The carbon volumes listed in this table represent the total volumes required to fill the carbon retainers.
The volumes are greater than the flow-through areas.




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      Table S3-12: Conveyance and Collection System Building Locations and Maintenance

                          Snow Removal      Grass Cutting    Pavement
                                                            Maintenance
      Description         See Table S3-13
South 13th Street              Yes              Yes             Yes
Maintenance Facility
North 32nd Street and          Yes              Yes             Yes
Hampton Avenue
Facility
North 44th Street Field        Yes              N/A             Yes
Office
Kinnickinnic Flushing          Yes              Yes             Yes
Station
Milwaukee River                 No               No              No
Flushing Station
All other Pump Stations        Yes              Yes             Yes

All ISS Control                Yes              Yes             Yes
Building sites
Monitoring and Control         Yes           As Needed          N/A
Sites (Enclosures and
green boxes) and
Monitoring sites (green
boxes)




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                    Table S3-14: Groundwater Monitoring Sites

GW ID   STATION     MEASUREMENT                    LOCATION         START
                        TYPE                                        DATE
 01D    NS-MR-01D         P               N.GREEN BAY AVE.& W.
                                          STARK ST.(DEEP)

 01S    NS-MR-01S          P              N.GREEN BAY AVE. & W.
                                          STARK ST.(SHALLOW)

 02D    NS-MR-02D          P              N.WILSON AVE.& E.
                                          CONGRESS ST.(DEEP)

 02S    NS-MR-02S          P              N.WILSON AVE.& E.
                                          CONGRESS ST.(SHALLOW)

 03D    NS-MR-03D         WP              MORRIS & BEVERLY
                                          SHOREWOOD GARAGE(DEEP)

 03S    NS-MR-03S         WP              MORRIS & BEVERLY
                                          SHOREWOOD
                                          GARAGE(SHALLOW)

 04D    NS-MR-04D         WP              N.NEWHALL & E. PARK
                                          PL.(DEEP)

 04S    NS-MR-04S         WP              N.NEWHALL & E. PARK
                                          PL.(SHALLOW)

 05D    NS-MR-05D          P              KNAPP ST. & MARKET
                                          ST.(DEEP)

 05S    NS-MR-05S          P              KNAPP ST. & MARKET
                                          ST.(SHALLOW)

 06D    CT-MR-06D         WP              S.19th ST. & POTOWATOMI
                                          CIRCLE (DEEP)

 06S    CT-MR-06S         WP              S.19th ST. & POTOWATOMI
                                          CIRCLE (SHALLOW)




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07D   CT-MR-07D    P            W. WELLS ST. & N. 62ND
                                ST.(DEEP)

07S   CT-MR-07S    P            W. WELLS ST. & N. 62ND
                                ST.(SHALLOW)

08D   CT-MR-08D   WP            SHERMAN BLVD., S. OF W.
                                CHAMBER ST.(DEEP)

08S   CT-MR-08S   WP            SHERMAN BLVD.,S. OF W.
                                CHAMBERS ST.(SHALLOW)

C01   CT-MW-01    WPDL          ON JONES ISLAND, BETWEEN
                                5TH & 7TH CLARIFIERS

C02   CT-MW-02     P            S. WATER ST. 23' SE OF W.
                                SEEBOTH ST.

C03   CT-MW-03    WPDL          40' W. OF CANAL ST. & 450' W.
                                OF S. 6TH ST.

C04   CT-MW-04    WPDL          EMBER LA., SW OF W. CANAL
                                ST.

C05   CT-MW-05    WPDL          25TH & W. CANAL ST.

C06   CT-MW-06     P            WEBCO SUBSTATION I-94
                                EASTBOUND APPROX 44TH ST.

C07   CT-MW-07    WPDL          W. WELLS ST. & N.45TH ST.

C08   CT-MW-08    WP            W. STATE ST., 250 E. OF N. 60TH
                                ST.

C09   CT-MW-09    WP            SE OF HARWOOD AVE. IN
                                WAUWATOSA MUN PARKING
                                LOT

C10   CT-MW-10    WPDL          N. 29TH ST & W. GREVES ST.

C11   CT-MW-11     P            S.WATER ST., 18' SE OF W.
                                SEEBOTH ST.




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C12   CT-MW-12    P            APPROX 60' S. OF W. GREVES &
                               N.29TH ST.

C13   CT-MW-13    P            WEPCO SUBSTATION I-94
                               EASTBOUND APPROX. 44TH
                               ST.

C25   CT-MW-25   WP            MENOMONEE RIVER PKWAY &              03/20/02
                               CHARLES HART PKWY

C26   CT-MW-26   WPDL          ON JONES ISLAND, EAST OF             01/20/04
                               WELL C01 BY CLARIFIER #1

G10   GM-IR-10   WPDL          107th & SHERIDAN AVE.                11/17/03

G11   GM-IR-11   WPDL          HWY 100 & COURTLAND EXT'D            12/20/05

G12   GM-IR-12   WPDL          BLUEMOUND COUNTRY CLUB               04/25/06

K01   KK-MW-01   WPDL          EAST OF GREENFIELD AVE &
                               GREAT LAKES R.F.

K02   KK-MW-02   WP            W. MAPLE ST. AT S.1ST ST.

K03   KK-MW-03   WP            30' W. OF S. 1ST ST., 48' N. OF W.
                               LINCOLN AVE.

K04   KK-MW-04   WP            W. ROSEDALE AVE. & 95' W. OF
                               I-94 OVERPASS

K05   KK-MW-05    P            E. GREENFIELD AVE. & GREAT
                               LAKES R.F.

L01   LM-MW-01   WP            LINCOLN MEMORIAL DRIVE

N01   NS-MW-01   WP            N. 3RD ST., W. OF ST PAUL
                               AVE.

N02   NS-MW-02   WP            W. HIGHLAND AVE. & N. 3RD
                               ST.

N03   NS-MW-03   WP            E. VINE ST, W. OF N. HUBBARD
                               ST.




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  N04       NS-MW-04             WPDL             N .COMMERCE ST,1200'NE OF
                                                  HOLTON VIADUCT

  N05       NS-MW-05              WP              N. OF BELLEVIEW PL., W. OF C
                                                  & NW R.R.

  N06       NS-MW-06              WP              N. CAMBRIDGE AVE., S. OF E.
                                                  HARDFORD AVE.

  N07       NS-MW-07             WPDL             4150 N. HUMBOLDT BLVD.

  N08       NS-MW-08              WP              RIVER WOODS PARKWAY AND
                                                  MILWAUKEE RIVER

  N09       NS-MW-09              WP              LINCOLN PARKWAY, 750 SW
                                                  OF I-43 OVERPASS

  N10       NS-MW-10             WPDL             W. HAMPTON AVE., 90'W OF
                                                  N.22ND ST.

  N11       NS-MW-11              WP              3025 W. RUBY AVE. (CITY OF
                                                  MILW. GARAGE PARK LOT)

Note:
WP = Monitoring well sampled for groundwater quality and the level measurements. Level
measurements are taken using a Vibrating Wire Pyrometer (VWP)
P = Level measurements only, using VWP technology
WPDL = Monitoring well sampled for groundwater quality and level measurements are taken on a
continuous basis, every 30-minutes, using VWP technology




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