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VIDEO | Installing new storm sewer line at incoming Kwik Trip on 18th Avenue

March 24, 2021 – West Bend, WI – The new storm sewer line is being installed at the incoming Kwik Trip on Highway 33 and 18th Avenue in West Bend.

The aerial view started from behind what remains of the tree line on the south side of the property. Click HERE for more details on the removal of the trees.

Kwik Trip

DATE: March 8, 2021
TO: Board of Public Works
FROM: Max Marechal, City Engineer
SUBJECT: Approve Municipal Storm Sewer Easement – Kwik Trip
Could you place an item on the agenda of the meetings of the Board of Public Works and
Common Council to consider a recommendation to approve a Municipal Storm Sewer Easement for the proposed Kwik Trip development located at 1637 W. Washington Street?
Kwik Trip is proposing to redevelop the former Fleet Farm and Citgo site located at 1613 and 1637 W. Washington Street; to build a 9,000 sq. ft. convenience store with a 2,100 sq. ft. attached car wash.

Kwik Trip submitted a storm water management plan (SWMP) for the development. The city is currently reviewing this SWMP, which proposes to relocate an existing 24-inch storm sewer that bisects the parcel. Storm water originating from other private properties upstream, travels through public pipes in 18th Avenue, and flows into and through this existing storm sewer.

The easement document is a safeguard to ensure the preservation of the storm water flow, and to define and clarify ownership and maintenance responsibilities of the relocated storm sewer line.

The easement will be recorded at Washington County. City Attorney, Ian Prust, reviewed the easement and found it satisfactory. We recommend that the Board and Council approve the easement.

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