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Dan Parker, DPW to attend May 10th Rocky Ripple Town Board Meeting: NEWS FLASH:  Dan Parker, Director of City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) will attend the 10-May-2022 Rocky Ripple Town Council Meeting to present the rationale for the current Rocky Ripple Floodwall plan, which includes the removal of up to 13 homes, as well as the Rocky Ripple Town Hall.  The agenda for this meeting also includes the Rocky Ripple Town Council voting on whether to proceed to the 60% design stage for this project.  Per DPW, getting to the 60% design stage for the project will provide for a final written plan for the project that will answer pending questions regarding cost specifics, exact property footage, trees and structures affected, and where public access points would be. Please note that this vote is not the final vote from the Rocky Ripple Town Council for moving forward with construction of the project.  This will occur after the final written project plan and a project cooperation agreement between the City of Indianapolis, the Town of Rocky Ripple and Butler University are completed.  This is expected to occur in September, 2022. The Rocky Ripple Town Council meeting is held the second Tuesday of each month at the Rocky Ripple Town Hall at 7:30 pm.  For those that cannot attend the meeting live, it is also broadcast via Zoom.  You can attend remotely by following the meeting link below: Topic: Rocky Ripple Town Council MeetingTime: 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every month on the Second TuesdayJoin Zoom Meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87132754675Meeting ID: 871 3275 4675

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REMINDER: Meeting is Tonight! Rocky Ripple Floodwall Status Update Meeting with DPW on Wed. Dec 8, 2021

Rocky Ripple Residents: 

Please be advised that our next Rocky Ripple Floodwall Status Update meeting with Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) has been scheduled for Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 6 pm at the Rocky Ripple Town Hall. 

We hope you will be able to attend and hear the current status of the flood wall project, which is now well into the Design stage and will soon enter the Construction Planning stage.  The presentation portion of the meeting will also be shared via Zoom for those that cannot attend the live meeting. The meeting can be accessed via Zoom here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89665624874

Representatives from DPW and AECOM will be present to explain current status and project plans for the next year.  The presentation will be followed by stations/tables set up for individuals to ask questions of the DPW/AECOM representatives present.  

As most of you know, Rocky Ripple Town Councilors have been meeting monthly with Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) to discuss and plan for the proposed Rocky Ripple floodwall for almost two years now.  The floodwall design team has been involved during the past several months and will be providing specifics regarding plans for construction and associated timelines.  Further refinements to the plan will continue as the project progresses.  Construction of the wall is still estimated to begin in 2022.

We hope to see you there.  If you cannot attend, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding this important initiative.

Sincerely,

Your Town Councilors

Megan Hulland                                      Mandy Redmond                                      Randy Sanders

meganhulland@rockyripple.in.gov              mandyredmond@rockyripple.in.gov                                                                  randysanders@rockyripple.in.gov

Dan Parker, DPW to attend May 10th Rocky Ripple Town Board Meeting: NEWS FLASH:  Dan Parker, Director of City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) will attend the 10-May-2022 Rocky Ripple Town Council Meeting to present the rationale for the current Rocky Ripple Floodwall plan, which includes the removal of up to 13 homes, as well as the Rocky Ripple Town Hall.  The agenda for this meeting also includes the Rocky Ripple Town Council voting on whether to proceed to the 60% design stage for this project.  Per DPW, getting to the 60% design stage for the project will provide for a final written plan for the project that will answer pending questions regarding cost specifics, exact property footage, trees and structures affected, and where public access points would be. Please note that this vote is not the final vote from the Rocky Ripple Town Council for moving forward with construction of the project.  This will occur after the final written project plan and a project cooperation agreement between the City of Indianapolis, the Town of Rocky Ripple and Butler University are completed.  This is expected to occur in September, 2022. The Rocky Ripple Town Council meeting is held the second Tuesday of each month at the Rocky Ripple Town Hall at 7:30 pm.  For those that cannot attend the meeting live, it is also broadcast via Zoom.  You can attend remotely by following the meeting link below: Topic: Rocky Ripple Town Council MeetingTime: 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Every month on the Second TuesdayJoin Zoom Meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87132754675Meeting ID: 871 3275 4675