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B re n t w o o d P l a c e
storm drainage improvement project
YOUR STORM WATER FEES AT WORK
Dear Resident,
May 2012
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services and
consulting engineer, The Isaacs Group, are continuing
with the design and real estate phases of the Brentwood
Place Storm Drainage Improvement Project. As the
Plans are being completed, the City’s real estate
staff is working with citizens and businesses where
construction easements are required.
The City requests that easements be donated to provide
access to your property to make the recommended
improvements and provide future maintenance.
For more information about this project, please visit
http://stormwater.charmeck.org and click on Storm
Water Projects drop down menu in the green bar, then
Active Projects and Brentwood.
If you have any questions about this project, please
contact Project Manager Tom Purvis at 704-336-3660
or tpurvis@charlottenc.gov.
Be a Water Watcher:
Help protect our 3,000
miles of streams!
Call 311 to report unusual
creek conditions.
Join us on Facebook at
www.facebook.com/waterwatchers.
MARCH ‘12 30320-1-0152
March ‘12 30320-1-013
Did you know?
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The top two pollutants in Charlotte creeks are sediment and bacteria.
The best way to control erosion is to plant something. Nothing holds soil
in place better than plant roots.
Soil testing in North Carolina is free. Take the guesswork out of fertilizer
and lime purchases.
Charlotte receives more rain than Seattle.
Creeks start in Charlotte and flow downstream out of the County.
Engineering & Property Management
Storm Water Services Division
600 East Fourth Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202