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Maycliff Subdivision - Update 2/24/15
Project Update
The Village of Orland Park hosted  a meeting on February 9, 2015 for discussion of the proposed improvements and easements needed in the Maycliff subdivision.  The design of the proposed utilities and engineering are approximately 90% complete.  Additional engineering and design will be needed for portions of the proposed system where the scope of the project has been expanded.   The preliminary engineering plans have been submitted to the Village and are under review. 

The process of securing the easements needed to construct the proposed storm sewers is underway.  Residents along the proposed routes have or will be contacted in the next several weeks.  Resident cooperation is vital to the success of this project.

Additionally, the Village is pursuing alternate watermain replacement options for consideration in the Maycliff area and street reconstruction. 

Christopher B. Burke Engineering LTD. (CBBEL) will complete these additional tasks while finalizing the engineering plans. 

Resident cooperation is vital to the success of the stormwater project.

Project History
The Maycliff subdivision was constructed prior to stormwater detention requirements.  The area streets hold water during major storm events and flooding occurs.  The Village Board has made a commitment to minimize the impact of flood water in the area during the major storm events.

On July 1, 2013 the Village Board voted to approve a proposal from Christopher B. Burke Engineering, LTD. (CBBEL) to provide Storm Sewer and Watermain Improvement engineering services for the Maycliff Subdivision.  These Phase II services are a continuation of the Phase I work initiated following the Orland Park Flood Risk Reduction Assessment and will include topographic survey of the project area, detailed hydrologic and hydraulic modeling of the proposed storm sewer improvements, preparation of engineering plans and all permitting for the storm sewer and watermain improvements.