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1539-05 ASP - Deer Run EstatesCOUNTY OF NEWELL NO. 4 BYLAW NO. '1539-05 A BY-LAW OF THE COUNTY OF NEWELL N0.4, IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, TO ADOPT AN AREA STRUCTURE PLAN FOR ± 10.52 HA (25.99 AC) WITHIN PT. SW 1-19-14-W4. THIS IS TO BE KNOWN AS THE DEER RUN ESTATES AREA STRUCTURE PLAN. WHEREAS Council proposals to establish a framework for the orderly subdivision and development of ± 10.52 ha (25.99 ac) within Pt. SW 1-19- 14-W4 located east of the Town of Brooks. AND WHEREAS this Plan will identify existing development and will outline the procedures and conditions under which subdivision and development will allow to proceed. AND WHEREAS the Area Structure Plan will establish the County Of Newell's planning policies for this area which will be used by the land owners as well as other Government and Municipal agencies and utility companies in the formulation of their plans and priorities for development. NOW THEREFORE be it resolved that this By-law receive first reading and that the necessary Public Hearing be held to hear comments on this Plan. Further be it resolved that this By-law receive second and third reading after the Public Hearing and that this By-law take effect on final passing of the By-law. July 6, 2005 Moved by Councillor Vermeeren that Bylaw 1539-05 receive first reading. August 25, 2005 Moved by Councillor Vermeeren that Bylaw 1539-05 receive second reading. August 25, 2005 Moved by Councillor Wutzke that Bylaw 1539-05 receive third and final reading. y ~s ~'~. REEVE ff COUNTY ADMINI TRATOR DEER RUN ESTATES ., ' ~ AREA STRUCTURE PLAN Pt. SW 1-19-14 W4 Submitted to: County of Newell No. 4 _~ On behalf of: Cory Baksa Brooks, Alberta .h,,`+ / August 2005 DiLLON CONSULTING Deer Run Estates Area Structure Plan DEER RUN ESTATES AREA STRUCTURE PLAN Pt. SW 1-19-14 W4 August 2005 (Final Version) ,--- - _ i - August 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS Pace _. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .............................................................................................. i 1.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................4 1.1 Area Structure Plans .............................................................................................4 1.1.1 Background ............................................................................................... 4 1.1.2 Purpose ...................................................................................................... 4 1.2 The Approval Process ........................................................................................... 5 1.3 Plan Implementation ............................................................................................. 5 - 1.4 Plan Review and Amendment ............................................................................... 5 1.5 Interpretation ......................................................................................................... 5 1.6 Legislative Framework ......................................................................................... 6 1.6.1 The Municipal Government Act ............................................................... 6 1.6.2 The County of Newell -Municipal Development Plan ............................ 6 -- 1.6.3 The County of Newell -Land Use Bylaw ................................................ 6 ^ 1.6.4 The County of Newell -One Tree Road Area Structure Plan .................. 6 1.6.5 Town of Brooks Planning Considerations ................................................ 7 2.0 THE STI'E .........................................................................................................................7 - 2.1 Location and Size .................................................................................................. 7 2.2 Land Ownership .................................................................................................... 7 2.3 Site Description ..................................................................................................... 7 - 2.4 Constraints to Development .................................................................................. 7 2.5 Existing Land Use ................................................................................................. 8 2.6 Adjacent Land Use ................................................................................................ 8 3.0 NATURAL FEATURES ..................................................................................................9 - 3.1 Topography and Drainage .....................................................................................9 3.2 Soils and Geology .................................................................................................9 - 4.0 POLICIES AFFECTING THE PLAN ..............................................................................9 4.1 The County of Newell One Tree Road Area Structure Plan .................................9 - 4.2 The County of Newell Land Use Bylaw .............................................................10 4.3 The County of Newell Municipal Development Plan .........................................10 ,.-. - ii - August 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS continued Page 5.0 THE PLAN .....................................................................................................................10 5.1 The Planning Area ..............................................................................................10 - 5.2 Goals and Objectives ..........................................................................................11 5.3 Design Concept and Organizing Principles ........................................................11 6.0 LAND USE .....................................................................................................................12 - 6.1 Residential Development .................................................................................... 12 6.2 Population Projections ........................................................................................ 12 6.3 Density and Statistics .......................................................................................... 13 - 6.4 Open Space/parks ............................................................................................... 13 7.0 SERVICING AND UTILI'TIES ...................................................................................... 13 7.1 Water Supplies and Distribution ......................................................................... 13 7.2 Sanitary Servicing and Wastewater Collection ................................................... 14 - ,,-~ 7.3 Stormwater Management .................................................................................... 14 7.4 Irrigation ............................................................................................................. 14 7.5 Electrical Services ............................................................................................... 15 - 7.6 Natural Gas ......................................................................................................... 15 7.7 Telephone and Cable ........................................................................................... 15 - 8.0 COMMUNI'T'Y SERVICES ............................................................................................ 15 8.1 Police Services ....................................................................................................15 .... 8.2 Fire Protection .....................................................................................................15 8.3 Emergency Medical Services ..............................................................................15 8.4 Solid Waste 5ervices ...........................................................................................16 9.0 IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN ......................................................................................16 '_ 9.1 Phasing of Development .....................................................................................16 9.2 Development Controls ........................................................................................16 10.0 REFERENCES ...............................................................................................................18 - iii - August 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS continued LIST OF FIGURES Figure 2.1-Regional Context Map Figure 2.2 -Plan Area _ Figure 2.3 -Aerial Photograph Figure 2.4 -Existing Land Use Figure 2.5 -Site Constraints - Figure 5.1-Concept Plan Figure 5.2 -Transportation and Access LIST OF APPENDICES - Appendix A -Certificate of Title Appendix B -Sanitary Servicing Report Appendix C - EID Information r-- -4- August 2005 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Area Structure Plans 1.1.1 Background Section 633 of the Municipal Government Act (MGA) provides municipalities the opportunity to create Area Structure Plans (ASPs) "for the purpose of providing a framework for subsequent subdivision and development of an azea of land."1 The requirement for ASPS is cleazly defined in the County of Newell No. 4's Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw. ASPS provide a tool for developers and the County. The tool enables developers to propose developments and the County to weigh the impacts. Within the ASP, both the developer and the County can ensure the development conforms to approved policies and guidelines for the Plan Area, including the Municipal Development Plan, Land Use Bylaw, and Subdivision and Development Regulations, as well as other Provincial legislation and standards. Once passed by Council, ASPs become Bylaws and are legally binding. 1.1.2 Purpose Pursuant to the County of Newell's Municipal Development Plan, the Deer Run Estates ASP has been prepazed to guide the subdivision and development of the Plan Area. The Plan will describe and/or address: • the proposed residential land use; • the density of population proposed for the area; • the impacts to the surrounding land uses; • the development capabilities of the lots; • the constraints on the proposed developments; • the location of proposed and existing roads and public utilities; • the water supply and septic systems; and • the sequence of development. '~ ~ Municipal Government Act, Section 633 (1). -5- August 2005 1.2 The Approval Process Direction for the preparation of this ASP was provided by Section 3.1.4 of the County of Newell's MDP which requires the preparation and adoption of an ASP to provide a -" decision making instrument for development within an area. The Deer Run Estates (DRE) ASP will be presented to Council as a proposed Bylaw, and _ as such, will be given three readings and a public hearing in accordance with Section 633 and Section 692 of the Municipal Government Act. The public hearing will allow ratepayers in the County to make representation and comment. 1.3 Plan Implementation The DRE ASP will become a County of Newell public document, after adoption as a Bylaw, in accordance with Section 633 (1) of the Municipal Government Act. The ASP _ does not supersede, repeal, replace, regulate, or otherwise diminish any statutory plan in effect in the Plan Area. _ 1.4 Plan Review and Amendment This ASP is designed to establish short and long term growth management for the Plan area. However, changes in the economy, social fabric and environmental conditions may alter the sequence or relevance of the policies set forth in this ASP. It is prudent to review this document throughout the development phase. 1.5 Interpretation -- In this plan: a. "Council" refers to the County of Newell Council; b. "DRE" refers to Deer Run Estates; c. "ASP" refers to Area Structure Plan; d. "Plan Area" refers to Deer Run Estates Area Structure Plan area; e. "the County" refers to the County of Newell No. 4; f. "Land Use Amendment" refers to a change in the land use or zoning; g. "Plan for Subdivision" refers to a detailed proposal for development of land and forms the basis for an application for subdivision; h. "MGA" refers to the Municipal Government Act; i. "LUB" refers to the County of Newell's Land Use Bylaw; and j. "MDP" refers to the County of Newell's Municipal Development Plan; -6- August 2005 "' 1.6 Legislative Framework 1.6.1 The Municipal Government Act - The Alberta Municipal Government Act outlines the role of Area Structure Plans [Section 633(2)]. ASPs are used to provide a guideline or framework for the long-term use of the land including subsequent subdivision and development of an area of land. An - ASP must describe the sequence of development proposed, the land uses proposed for the area, the density of population and the general location of major transportation routes and public utilities. In addition, it may contain any other matters that Council considers -- necessary. The ASP provides a land use strategy for subsequent redesignation, subdivision and development in a specific area of the Municipality. - 1.6.2 The County of Newell -Municipal Development Plan The County of Newell Municipal Development Plan governs the entire County. This document outlines the policies and guidelines for land use and development and dictates the need to prepare an ASP for the Plan Area. The key objectives are the orderly development based on existing development boundaries and servicing, the provision of a - range of development types, and the tying together of all development through an integrated and comprehensive transportation network. - ~' The County desires concentrated development patterns, rather than piecemeal development, that do not detract from the rural nature of the community. The MDP states that non-agricultural development is best situated in the urban fringe area. This - ASP attempts to comply with the policies of the MDP, by locating a residential area near the urban fringe, concentrating the development, yet adhering to Country Residential zoning guidelines. 1.6.3 The County of Newell -Land Use Bylaw The County of Newell Land Use Bylaw also regulates development in the study area. Its purpose is to prohibit or regulate and control the use and development of land and buildings within the County. The LUB should be consulted when considering development in this Plan Area. The LUB and this ASP work in conjunction with each other, the LUB provides detailed control regulations, which guides the development within this A5P. 1.6.4 The County of Newell -One Tree Road Area Structure Plan In April 2002, the County of Newel passed Bylaw No. 1379-02 for the One Tree Road ASP. The One Tree Road ASP worked within the guidelines of the MDP and LUB, and - encompassed the area described in the DRE ASP. As such, the One Tree Road ASP's policies and recommendations provide additional guidance for this ASP. The goals ,--. -7- August 2005 stated in the One Tree Road ASP are to promote rural residential and agricultural character. 1.6.5 Town of Brooks Planning Considerations The Plan Area exists outside of the Town of Brooks Urban Referral Area, and therefore, will not be referred to the Town for review and/or comment. 2.0 THE SITE 2.1 Location and Size _ The azea described in this plan is situated adjacent to the Town of Brooks' Urban Referral Area on the east side of Highway 1 (Trans Canada Highway) in SW 1/a 1-19-14 W4M (see Figure 2.1). The Plan Area begins at 2.45 km east along One Tree Road, at the point where the road heads north. It encompasses 12 proposed - pazcels, with a total azea of 10.5156 hectares (ha) (25.9912 acres), (see Figure 2.2). - The azea is currently designated as Country Residential in the County's LUB. The site is located on the portion of the southwest quarter that lies between One Tree Road and the roadway on Plan 1260 EZ. 2.2 Land Ownership The current registered landowner of the entire subject pazcel is R. C. Baksa Stores Ltd., under Title No. 0471-071-634 +3. 2.3 Site Description The Plan Area falls within the One Tree Road ASP. It is a generally flat site with little - vegetation other than a mixture of native and introduced prairie grasses. The Plan Area is accessible via One Tree Road and Java Lane. An existing Manufactured Home Park is the adjacent property to the north and a three parcel Country Residential Subdivision - exists to the northeast (See Figures 2.2 and 2.3). 2.4 Constraints to Development Several pipelines and a wellhead exist in the area, owned by EnerPlus Resources Corporation, TransCanada Pipelines Limited (previously Nova Gas Transmission Ltd.), - and Celtic Exploration Ltd. All reviewed materials indicate that the pipelines contain sweet product (no sour gas). An incorrectly installed, yet abandoned pipeline running through the Plan Area owned by TransCanada Pipelines. A request by the landowner "- was submitted to the pipeline owner to remove and reclaim the right-of--way. This _ g _ August 2005 Any existing rights-of-way will be recognized and encroachment of dwellings or septic systems into these rights-of-way will not be considered. The setbacks can be mitigated through lot sizing and locations of housing and servicing, as shown on Figure 5.1. Although these setbacks are AEUB recommendations, the County of Newell's LUB (Section 54) states that the development "shall be in accordance with regulations or directives established by the AEUB". ATCO Gas also operates a pipeline in the area (see Figure 2.5); the minimum setback is to the edge of the right-of--way, and septic systems are not permitted above the pipeline. Other constraints include the roadways that bound almost the entire circumference of the property. The setbacks from these roads include: ~°~`.~ ~'~~ ~~ ~ =Constraint . ~~_,,. Minimum Setback (to an occupied structure) Subdivision Streets 7.5 m Local Roads 30 m In addition, the Eastern Irrigation District has a canal that is adjacent to the roadway on the east and southern portion of the Plan Area. This canal also has an active pipeline from the canal, heading due north, that is adjacent to Proposed Lot 1 (see Figure 2.5). The pipeline right-of-way is within the abandoned canal right-of-way. Therefore, a dwelling is permitted to abut the abandoned canal right-of-way. An open irrigation canal also extends in an east/west direction from the primary irrigation canal. This smaller canal will extend through proposed Lots 4, 5, 9 and 10. 2.5 Existing Land Use The current land use designation of the site is Country Residential, under the County of Newell Land Use Bylaw No. 1443-03. 2.6 Adjacent Land Use The area to the north of the Plan Area is designated Manufactured Home Park (see Figure 2.4), and the area to the northeast is designated Country Residential, with an existing process is pending. Pipelines and wellheads require specific setbacks, according to the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (AEUB) (March 1999): -9- August 2005 subdivision of three lotsZ. The area to the east of the proposed development, adjacent to ~' the irrigation canal is designated Agricultural. 3.0 NATURAL FEATURES 3.1 Topography and Drainage - The areas in the County of Newell are divided into physiographic districts. The Plan Area lies in the district of Matzhiwin Plain. Matzhiwin Plain is mainly comprised of fluvial and lacustrine deposits. With elevations ranging from '700 m to 760 m, this area is - generally lower than the surrounding lands in the County (Kjearsgaard, 1983). - The existing drainage pattern of the area has both natural and man-made features. It is moderately to well-drained and the surrounding landscape is undulating with slopes that range from 2% to 3%. Much of the area drains into small canals, creeks and streams. - Being predominantly undeveloped agricultural land, natural ponding occurs in various spots, particularly in low-lying areas. .... 3.2 Soils and Geology The site is located within Soil Correlation Area #1 and the Agroclimatic zone is 3A with - ^ moderate limitations due to drought. Kjearsgaard et al. (1983) indicates that the Plan Area is within the Brown Soil Zone of Alberta on the Bearpaw bedrock formation (marine origin). Soils in the area developed on either moderately fine till derived from ..- shale or moderately fine glaciolacustrine material (AGRASID, 2004). Both the till and glaciolacustrine material range from weakly to moderately calcareous and/or saline. The dominant soil series within the area are Tilley and Steveville. Other soil series identified -- are: Karlsbad, Wardlow, and Halliday. These soils are naturally saline and sodic. The Plan Area is within the Dry Mixed Grass Ecoregion, which consists of grasses and - shrubs. Due to the irrigation canal, the soils in the subject area are considered irrigable lands. Additional information is provided in Appendix D. 4.0 POLICIES AFFECTING THE PLAN 4.1 The County of Newell One Tree Road Area Structure Plan The County of Newell's One Tree Road Area Structure Plan recommends residential development in this Plan Area. Residential policy for DRE shall extend from the One ""' Tree Road ASP. ,~- Z A dwelling is currently being constructed on one of the three lots. - 10- August 2005 4.2 The County of Newell Land Use Bylaw The County of Newell's Land Use Bylaw regulates development on the subject site. The current zoning is Country Residential (CR). The Country Residential zoning designation "" protects the area from incompatible development. This district permits three or more lots and their subsequent development. Each lot must be a minimum of 0.5 ha (1.2 acres) for individual on-site servicing to a maximum of 1 ha (2.5 acres). Permitted uses include: • accessory building (with restrictions); - • home occupation -minor; • single-detached dwelling; • manufactured home (within Johnson Estates subdivisions); and - • modular home. In addition, the LUB specifies minimum setbacks from subdivision streets and local -- roads, height restrictions, and maximum site coverage. 4.3 The County of Newell Municipal Development Plan The Municipal Development Plan identifies the goals and values of the County of Newell and provides .policies and guidelines that direct future development in a way that will - ._.. minimize the impacts on the County. The County has identified agriculture and agricultural production as the most important goal; this is partially achieved through the protection of irrigation infrastructure. Other goals consist of concentrating settlements '- and properly planning inter-municipal referral areas. Through concentrated development, the agricultural land will be protected from sprawl, as the proposed development area is on land already designated for residential. This pattern of development is the most efficient and economical in terms of infrastructure, roads and the provision of services. As well, this ASP proposes development of several ~'" lots, which decreases the amount of piecemeal development in the County. _ The need for properly planned inter-municipal referral areas is diminished since the Plan Area is outside of the Town of Brooks Urban Referral Area. In addition, the Plan Area is surrounded by designated agricultural areas and is not slated for urban expansion. Therefore, there is minimal conflict between land uses. 5.0 THE PLAN 5.1 The Planning Area ,_ The Deer Run Estates Area Structure Plan comprises the SW 1/a 1-19-14-W4M in the County of Newell within a designated Country Residential azea. This site encompasses ,.~ one pazcel of land over 10.5156 ha (25.9912 acres). -11- 5.2 Goals and Objectives August 2005 The goal of this development is to plan a residential development that encompasses 9.471 ha (23.41 acres) with 10 residential lots ranging in size from 0.6 ha to 1.0 ha .- (1.5 acres to 2.5 acres) and one or potentially two lots designated for storage facility. The Plan meets with the. long-term policies and guidelines set out by the County of Newell. - The Plan calls for concentrated residential development adjacent to an existing residential neighbourhood. This is a preferred azea for development as it is already designated Country Residential, and is located within close proximity of the Town of Brooks. The objective of the DRE ASP is to provide a comprehensive document to guide development in the subject azea, as well as to provide Council with both information and - a tool to ensure that the development adheres to the plan, through passing the ASP as a Bylaw. Every effort has been made to mitigate the constraints of the site, especially the sweet gas pipelines and wellhead located in and neaz the Plan Area. ` 5.3 Design Concept and Organizing Principles The land has been subdivided to achieve lots larger than 0.6 ha (1.5 acres). The larger ` ^ lots will adhere to the policies set out in the County of Newell's Land Use Bylaw for Country Residential, while allowing for concentrated development and providing a sense of community. Each house will be positioned in a location on the lot that will not impact upon the r required setbacks for the neazby wellhead or the sweet gas, natural gas, and irrigation pipelines. While some may view the pipelines as a constraint to development, it is truly an opportunity to achieve an individually styled neighbourhood that is not a W `cookie-cutter' development. The objectives of the development include: • ensuring the safety of all residents by mitigating traffic concerns and fulfilling oil and gas setback requirements; • protecting the environment through locating housing and servicing in a manner that will minimize or negate impact on the existing irrigation canal and -- surrounding agriculture, as well as promote natural drainage courses; • minimize the servicing costs through efficient design and concentrated -- development; ,-- -12- August 2005 '^ • ensure that the development's design enriches the area, and is compatible with the agricultural elements surrounding it; and • ensuring that the Plan and corresponding designs adhere to the guidelines and policies set out in the Municipal Development Plan, Land Use Bylaw, and One Tree Road Area Structure Plan. -- 6.0 LAND USE 6.1 Residential Development The Plan proposes the development of 10 Country Residential lots with a lot size ranging from 0.6 ha to 1.0 ha (1.5 acres to 2.5 acres). The County of Newell's Land Use Bylaw permits a minimum lot size of 0.5 ha (1.2 acres), to a maximum size of 1.0 ha (2.5 acres) for single-detached dwellings with on-site servicing in a Country Residential district. Lots 1 and 2 will be too small and constrained for homes and therefore shall be used for -' accessory uses, compatible with CR land use designation. According to the One Tree Road Area Structure Plan, the area has experienced residential "Y4 growth from Country Residential to Manufactured Home Park, as well as farmstead dwelling. While there was concern in the OTR ASP that additional housing would result in added concern for road safety, the planned/current construction of a new interchange at i °'` One Tree Road and Highway 1 (Trans Canada Highway) should alleviate much of the concerns over traffic safety. As well, the proposed residential development will only add 10 houses, which altogether should not impact the traffic significantly. Since several pipelines also cross the property, the Plan recognizes existing rights-of--way _ and will adhere to the recommended setbacks. Furthermore, the developer will attain a crossing agreement before constructing the access road, and each landowner will attain a further crossing agreement if their driveway crosses the pipeline right-of--way. 6.2 Residential Development Constraint _. At the time of subdivision and development permit application, if lots 1 and 2 can not accommodate a dwelling due to oil and gas pipeline right-of--ways, the concept for country residential use on these two lots may be changed to accommodate a lighter intensity of use such as mini-storage. A letter of consent from TransCanada Pipelines will be required by the County at that time noting permission to place temporary storage building(s) on site. In addition, the County may require the developer to redesignate lots 1 and 2, to Direct Control to accommodate amini-storage facility adjacent to a country residential development. -13- August 2005 6.3 Population Projections According to the 2001 census taken by Statistics Canada, the average number of people per household in the Town of Brooks is 2.65. Therefore, upon completion, the 12 dwellings should house approximately 32 people. 6.4 Density and Statistics The density recommendations for unserviced lots (with on-site wastewater treatment and non-piped water) shall be 201ots per quarter section of land3. The proposed development has 10 residential lots. Three subdivided lots and a manufactured home park already exist on the quarter section of land; the lots are serviced by on-site septic systems and the manufactured home park is serviced by a communal sewage lagoon. It is assumed that the recommended density of 20 lots per quarter section of land refers to individual wastewater systems; since the manufactured home park is serviced communally, it should allow for increased density. The table shown below indicates the breakdown of land uses within the Plan Area. Area Area (acres) Percent of (hectares) ;" Total Country~Restdential 9.471 23.4100 90% Proposed Subdivision Street 1.0446 2.5812 10% Net develo able Area 9.471 23.4100. 90°l0 Total Plan Area (Gross develo able-area) 10.5156 25.9912_ 100% Notes: Municipal and School Reserves will be provided by cash-in-lieu of land. Should lots 1 and 2 require redesignation to Direct Control, this will change the land use breakdown. 6.5 Open Space/Parks As per the County of Newell's Municipal Development Plan, the option of cash in-lieu of land will be paid to meet the requirements for Municipal and School Reserves. 7.0 SERVICING AND UTILITIES 7.1 Water Supplies and Distribution Potable water will be supplied through Sagebrush Estates. Each home will be metered and a monthly invoice for amount used. ' One Tree Road Area Structure Plan. -14- August 2005 7.2 Sanitary Servicing and Wastewater Collection One servicing option considered for this development was to tie-in to the existing lagoon at the Manufactured Home Park. However, after reviewing the lagoon's current capacity, - it was deemed that until such time that the lagoon increases its capacity, it is unable to support atie-in from the proposed development. - As such, soil texture analyses were conducted to determine the size of fields required for a septic system. Although the types of soil found are suitable for buried septic fields, groundwater was found at a depth of 0.7 m. According to the Alberta Private Sewage - Systems Standard of Practice 1999 Handbook, the point of effluent infiltration into the soil and water table or impervious layer must not be less than 1.5 m (5 feet). Due to the shallow groundwater, buried septic fields may not be appropriate for this area. Other options for sanitary disposal include raised disposal fields or treatment mounds designed for site-specific conditions or septic tanks that are regularly pumped out and delivered to a suitable treatment facility. Full results from the soil. texture analyses are included in Appendix C. - The proposed subdivision is located within the standard 300-metre setback .from a wastewater treatment facility. Only 2 lots are directly impacted by this setback and the - treatment area is not a primary but secondary treatment pond. Subdivision approval for the affected lots will only be granted if the County is provided with approval from the provincial authority (Alberta Environment). The individual lot owners will be responsible for supplying and installing a mound septic system in compliance with the Alberta Environment's Standards and Guidelines for - Municipal Wastewater Systems (1997) and Alberta Private Sewage System Standards of Practice (1999). - 7.3 Stormwater Management Stormwater will be retained on-site to predevelopment levels. The lots will be graded so - that any overland flow will be directed to the ditches that will be constructed parallel to the proposed subdivision street, preventing its flow onto adjacent properties. It is assumed that there is an existing ditch along Java Lane (to the north) adjacent to - proposed Lot 1. Due to the relatively small size of development a Stormwater management plan is not required. At the time of subdivision, a plan will be required noting where the natural drainage is and that this will be at the subdivision stage. 7.4 Irrigation The EID has been briefed on the concept for this Plan Area and are reviewing. the conveyance of water to the site. ,-- -15- August 2005 _.. 7.5 Electrical Services The developer will ensure that each lot has electrical services provided to it through Utilicorp Networks Canada, or an alternative supplier (as per section 10.1 of the One Tree Road ASP). The electricity will be supplied via an easement at the front of lots or along overhead power lines in the utility right-of--way, as determined by the developer - and Utilicorp Networks Canada. 7.6 Natural Gas ATCO Gas will supply natural gas to each lot. The natural gas will be supplied via an easement at the front of each lot. 7.7 Telephone Telephone services will be provided for the Plan Area. Telus Communications will provide telephone services. The services will be provided using the same utility easement (normally 9.Sm) as the natural gas. 8.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES 8.1 Police Services _ The RCMP detachment in the Town of Brooks will provide policing services to the Plan Area. According to the One Tree Road ASP policy (Section 11. l ), "a special constable shall also be available to deal with a large variety of offences, excluding criminal matters." 8.2 Fire Protection The Brooks Rural Fire Protection Association will manage fire protection services to the Plan Area. Currently, the County of Newell provides funding for the Rural Association in lieu of organizing a volunteer fire department. 8.3 Emergency Medical Services The County of Newell is in the Palliser Health Region. The District Ambulance Association, located in the Town of Brooks, shall provide emergency medical services to the Plan Area. As well, there is a full-scale hospital facility and emergency ward in the Town of Brooks. The Brooks Health Centre also has a helipad that is accessible by the STARS Air Ambulance for transfer of patients to critical care facilities. -16- August 2005 8.4 Solid Waste Services The lot owners will be responsible for the collection and disposal of solid waste within the Plan Area. As such, the lot owners will be responsible for coordinating their solid - waste pick-up with a contractor or by taking wastes to the regional landfill. 9.0 IMPLEMENTING THE PLAN 9.1 Phasing of Development - The sequence of development, although quite flexible, will occur in the following phases: Phase 1. Road Construction: The access road from Java Lane will be constructed - first, to allow access to each lot. Phase 2. Subdivision Planning: The final concept plan will be designed and submitted to Council for review. Phase 3. Property Subdivision: The property within the Plan Area will be - subdivided into individual lots. Concurrently, the access road (20 m width by 52.23 m length) will be legally transferred to the County of Newell under - ^ the Subdivision Agreement. Phase 4. Servicing: Each lot will receive electrical, natural gas, - telephone and cable services. _ 9.2 Development Agreement As a condition of subdivision, the developer will be required to enter into a development - agreement with the County for installation of utilities, construction of roads, and other items to be determined. 9.3 Development Controls The development, as set forth in the DRE ASP, shall conform to the following ,_ development controls: • The final subdivision plan and ensuing development will follow the development - controls set forth by the County of Newell's Land Use Bylaw for Country Residential zoning, as well as additional setbacks from the pipelines and wellhead, according to the AEUB and the irrigation canal, according to the - Eastern Irrigation District. - 17 - August 2005 • The access road will be designed and constructed in accordance with the County - of Newell's standards and will be subject to approval by the County's Public Works Department. - • Each lot will be serviced, via an easement, with electricity, natural gas, telephone and cable at the developer's expense, in accordance with the standards and design of the appropriate utility company. • Individual lot owners will be responsible for ensuring the design and installation _ of wastewater systems that comply with local and provincial standards. For wastewater treatment, the lot owner will be required to hire a qualified technician or professional to assess the suitability of the lot for a septic system (in - accordance with oil and gas rights-of--way). The assessment must be submitted to the Development Authority at the time of the development application. • The developer, in accordance with the County of Newell's numbering policy, shall provide the lot numbering system. - • The landowner has requested the road plan #1260EZ which is 20.12 m be cancelled and returned to the title. The existing road along the Bantry Canal is outside the Plan Area. Neither the County nor the EID have use for this road plan - ,_._ presently. -18- August 2005 10.0 REFERENCES Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. 2004. Agrasid Database. www. l . agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/alUsag3254?opendocument. Alberta Energy and Utilities Board. Minimum Setback Recommendations. An Overview. March, 1999. Retrieved May 3, 2005 from _ www.eub.gov.ab.ca/BBS/requirements/gbs/arch/gb99-04.htm. Eastern Irrigation District. Annroved Practices and Guidelines Governing Water Delivery and Water Management Operations. 2002. _ Kjearsgaard, A.A. et al. Soil Survey of the County of Newell, Alberta. Research Branch Agriculture Canada, Alberta Soil Survey Report No. 41, 1983. VIII - rP„ _- /__. sl ,~r~._~... _ /~ _ f 6 yf~~ y _ _ rr. - ~ a .ew F T t r l.. .. .~.~. ... s. .~+5 .; ._ 1 ._ 1 _~_ I..__ - p ......_ ._,. w .,• _ Ir..~. - - - o 1~ '' • .. .~ 1 ~ •~ N~M~s1. - i..~. .. ~_. I .. _. . __•..1 1 • .. a.. _ - . . ~.I.. -...~ •- ~. ....... y.l. ~•. ~ _ yi I t ~ 0` .w . ... .. .._. 1 a ~ . ~~- 1 tt' ~ ~VO 1 1 r w. .l. I i j F . _. i.' - _. L l.+r - ~ F 1 7 { - .: t ~_~ t T __ ..I T Y .i,._ '. t* ' _ .~~ ~ r ~ I ~~a i ~ -: +r- 7 - -~ 1t 1 rr ~ .+ 1 7,.. P ~~- CLIENT/PROJECT DESCRIPTION CORY BAKSA ~-~ EBA En ineerin Consultants Ltd. 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AS SHOWN 05/05/03 TRANSPORTATION AND ACCESS 9600249 CDK/JSR FlGURE 5.2 G: \0906~•~9600249\DWG\9600249 Fig 2.5.dwg, dhnidan, 2005/06/03-09:49 i ;- i ~ i r__ APPENDIX A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE _~ 1~ ALBERTA REGISTRIES LAND TITLE CERTIFICATE S LINC SHORT LEGAL 0022 580 311 4;14;19;1;NW 0030 356 414 4;14;19;1;SW LEGAL DESCRIPTION FIRST MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 14 TOWNSHIP 19 SECTION 1 THE SOUTH HALVES OF LEGAL SUBDIVISIONS 11 AND 12 IN THE NORTH WEST QUARTER '- CONTAINING 16.2 HECTARES (40 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING PLAN NUMBER HECTARES ACRES _ ROAD WIDENING 8211090 0.104 0.257 (LSD 12) EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS SECOND MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 14 TOWNSHIP 19 SECTION 1 THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH WEST QUARTER WHICH LIES TO THE NORTH AND WEST OF THE ROADWAY ON PLAN 1260EZ CONTAINING 37.136 HECTARES (91.83 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING: PLAN NUMBER HECTARES ACRES _ ROAD WIDENING 8211090 0.417 1.030 SUBDIVISION 0410571 4.97 12.28 EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS ESTATE: FEE SIMPLE MUNICIPALITY: COUNTY OF NEWELL N0. 4 REFERENCE NUMBER: 961 114 643 ( CONTINUED ) TITLE NUMBER 041 071 634 +3 '- PAGE 2 .-~ # 041 071 634 +3 - ------=----- -------------------------------------------------------------------- REGISTERED OWNER(S) REGISTRATION ------------ DATE(DMY) -------------- DOCUMENT TYPE VALUE CONSIDERATION ------------------------------------------------------ 041 071 634 23/02/2004 SUBDIVISION PLAN - OWNERS R.C. BAKSA STORES LTD.. - OF BOX 872 BROOKS ALBERTA T1R 1B7 ------------ -------------------------------------------------------------------- ENCUMBRANCES, LIENS & INTERESTS REGISTRATION NUMBER DATE (D/M/Y) PARTICULARS 573FR RESTRICTIVE COVENANT 2688HW 19/01/1960 PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD ORDER _ -- IN FAVOUR OF - THE ALBERTA GAS TRUNK LINE CO LTD. AFFECTED LAND: 4;14;19;1;NW 4;14;19;1;SW - AFFECTED PLAN: 7817HL "ORDER 24286 - 60 FT STRIP" 51022A 13/10/1960 MORTGAGE OF UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY '- MORTGAGEE - MONTREAL TRUST COMPANY. AFFECTS INSTRUMENT: 2688HW - 5108IA 13/10/1960 MORTGAGE OF UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY MORTGAGEE - THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY. AFFECTS INSTRUMENT: 2688HW - 731 075 320 23/11/1973 CAVEAT CAVEATOR - ENERPLUS RESOURCES CORPORATION. 1900, 700-9TH AVE SW .- CALGARY ALBERTA T2P3V4 ( CONTINUED ) ENCUMBRANCES, LIENS & INTERESTS r^^ PAGE 3 REGISTRATION # 041 071 634 +3 NUMBER DATE (D/M/Y) PARTICULARS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AFFECTED LAND: 4;14;19;1; SW _ "PTN" (DATA UPDATED BY: TRANSFER OF CAVEAT 961045663) ,_ (DATA UPDATED BY: CHANGE OF ADDRESS 971011391) 741 100 000 29/10/1974 IRRIGATION ORDER/NOTICE THIS PROPERTY IS INCLUDED IN THE EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT 801 019 086 07/02/1980 UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY GRANTEE - FORTISALBERTA INC.. 320 - 17 AVENUE S.W. CALGARY ALBERTA T2S2Y1 "PTN DESCRIBED IN INST" (DATA UPDATED BY: TRANSFER OF UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY 001283970) ~. (DATA UPDATED BY: CHANGE OF NAME 051013656) 811 113 395 16/06/1981 CAVEAT CAVEATOR - ARIES RESOURCES LTD. 821 204 136 29/11/1982 UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY GRANTEE - CELTIC EXPLORATION LTD.. 500, 505-3 ST SW CALGARY ALBERTA T2P3E6 "DISC EXCEPT R/W ON PLAN 8311343-831233916, 29 12 1983" (DATA UPDATED BY: TRANSFER OF UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY 031156865) 971 123 853 05/05/1997 UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY GRANTEE - CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY LIMITED. 981 085 314 24/03/1998 UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY GRANTEE - THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT. 011 073 451 20/03/2001 DISCHARGE OF UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY 981085314 PARTIAL EXCEPT PLAN/PORTION: 9911714 031 068 528 28/02/2003 UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY GRANTEE - NOVA GAS TRANSMISS: ;5 r ,~ ' ( CONTINUED ) - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENCUMBRANCES, LIENS & INTERESTS ~"` PAGE 4 REGISTRATION # 041 071 634 +3 NUMBER DATE (D/M/Y) PARTICULARS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AS TO PORTION OR PLAN:9811622 '- TAKES PRIORITY OF CAVEAT 971302837 REGISTERED ON OCTOBER 9, 1997 - 041 071 633 23/02/2004 CAVEAT RE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT PURSUANT TO MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT ACT CAVEP:TOR - THE COUNTY OF NEWELL NO. 4. - P.O. BOX 130 BROOKS ALBERTA T1R1B2 TOTAL INSTRUMENTS: 014 THE REGISTRAR OF TITLES CERTIFIES THIS TO BE AN ACCURATE REPRODUCTION OF THE CERTIFICATE OF TITLE REPRESENTED HEREIN THIS 17 DAY OF MARCH, 2005 AT 09:49 A.M. ORDER NUMBER:2336615 CUSTOMER FILE NUMBER: ~- *END OF CERTIFICATE* THIS ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED LAND TITLES PRODUCT IS INTENDED FOR THE SOLE USE OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, AND NONE OTHER, SUBJECT TO WHAT IS SET OUT IN THE PARAGRAPH BELOW. - THE ABOVE PROVISIONS DO NOT PROHIBIT THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER FROM INCLUDING THIS UNMODIFIED PRODUCT IN ANY REPORT, OPINION, APPRAISAL OR OTHER ADVICE PREPARED BY THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AS PART OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER APPLYING PROFESSIONAL, CONSULTING OR TECHNICAL EXPERTISE FOR - THE BENEFIT OF CLIENT(S). APPENDIX B SANITARY SERVICING REPORT ,-- .. _~ ,~ h ~~. ' ~ ~- EN'V~~R~JTECH SEi~r1/1~ES: E ~ ~ R.A. (Rays luska 427 - i5t Street UVest ~ Chemical TeGhnolo~(st' Phan~e/F~x. 3b2.265y Brooks. Alberta Certl~ed ErWironmental Spec}a(}st• Cellular•3b2.9567 T1 R OGl CerCfied 1=nwronmental Site /lssessor'• Emalk eNvi~ayfptelus.net ay Mr. Randy l3aksa sagebrush Estates County of Newell .No. A, Alberta PROJECT: SING SI~PYIC DISPOSAL F1ELD$ BY SOIL. TEXTURAL. TRIAN~L.~ . 1.0 IN*PRODUCTION The. "Alberta Private Sewage Systems Standard of Practice 1999 Handbook" allows two methods of determining sizing'of fields for septic systems. One is by an in situ percolation test and the oiler is by~soil texture. Qri Apn'123, 2005 eleven testltioles vaere dn'lled on the subject property and soil. sannpies vrere collected for soil te~dure analyses. . 2.0 ME'rHODOL.OGY (Ses A#tached Figure) Deeper #estholes had already~been drilled throughout the investigation aces and had•been allovued•to stabilize. Eleven additional tastholos wale drilled with most,in the vioinity'of existing boreholet~. 7tle~ ne~wtestholes wane dn`iled to a deplh of 36" wit'F- sample collection from 1$-36". At tide same tame the existing boreholes~Mere inspected and i~KU1y, groundwater depth was measured using a Heron sonic interface probe. 't'he soil samples ware them transported to Lakeside ReseatnCh for moisture and te~duwrel analysos. 3.0 OBSERVATIONS (TABLE 1) So-tls from the surFac;e to the sampling depth were similar overall, a ooatrser grained sandy sift. •• From 18.36" moisture increased with depth end soils became finer grained with in some cases a day tiN encotxttered with coal, salts and/or oxides. • Norte of the. current • testholes envountered the coal andweather~ed.shalehoundinea~ertes#holes to tl~ north (Mi'. 8aksa had observed this material at depth in one of the:earlier.boreholes) . Groundwater was measured to as near as O.7m belowsurface- The standard of practice item 7.1.6. requires that~the "vertical ~se~ratian between the point of effluent 'infiltration into the soil and s water table or an impervious layer of not less than (a)1500mm (~5 ft:} In a disposal field with efilluerrt fr~r a septic tank and ~ other tr+slatme~li". The groundwater depth may vary seaaonairy and in response to water levels in the ngarby irrigation canal and at times may be ,shallower ar deeper. _ ~ ENVlRUTECH ~ Page 1 . ~,-~.ssgsr~Hr,~ssoa~-noN a~nciunoN ASSOCIATED ~VIRONAABiTAI SAE'1155~ ~ ~~~ Z0 39tid S3~1SCS~itiHS~l bEE8E6LE0b ZT ~Z0 966IlLZ/L0 - I~ 'i .i i i 4.g Ct7NCLUSICyNS . The subject parse! soils would be suitable for burled septic fields except for the shallow groundwater encountered in most of~the.earlier boreholes. If an impermeable layer'is' encountered as frAr. i3aksa indicated vsss the case in one or fvw of the ~ watertable , bgrehoies and it is within 1.5m ~of the surface this would also be a factor Raised disposal fields or treatment mounds designed for site specific conditions may be the best disposal option. ~ Fields should be sized conservatively according to the "Standard of Practice" g~iidelines and the testhole soil particle size analyses. fihe plumbing can#racitor should be able to apply the results and expected loading per residence to design appropriate . systems. If you have;any comments or Concerns or require additional information give me a calf at (403) 362.2651 or on Dell at (403) 3s2a5s7. Thank you. ~ . Sincerely, R. A (Ray) Juska CT, CESA, CE$ per Envirotech Serrricea ENVIRQTECH E0 3~Jbd 532~1St/SM~S~21 Page 2 . bEE8E6LE0b Zi~ZO 966T/LZ/L0 .:: ... f f , ~ <~~>>~yrf~f ~ / '~' ~~ ~~ /~ f ; ; ice;}~~/ ~~~ r '~>,:. 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Other crtterrm wa also n ~ ~d~. when sln~ a system, sou texture, type oI day. seasonal -,igh wate- table and water quaNry, for axarrtple: Sootynn Adsorp6ol- Ratio. 7.1.5. A subsurface effluent disposal system, or other systems that use the absorptbn of effluent into the soil ftyr treatment and disposal, shall absorb the e~uent into the soil at a rate of (a) not faster than 5 minutes per 25 mm (1 in.) as determined by a percolation test using water or, 5 Litres per square metre par minute. and (b) not slower than t30 minutes per 25 mm (1 in.) as determined by a percolation test using water or, 0.042 litres per square metre per minute. Standard of Practice -19!79 Handbook Explanation Gram or Part/c/e Siza Analysis means a standard sand silt orrday partkk;<f es in ai~soil s m~entage of See Pa 121 Particle or Grain Size Analysis Test in Appendix `B" Sails that allow the effluent to move through it quickly do real properly treat the effluent. Conversely soils that do not allow the effluent th easily move through it will .soon plug up as it is ditflcuR to treat the organic content in the sewage which then plugs the soil. See Pa 65 Amide 10.2.2 in the Standard of Practice. See pa. 94 A 6 Percolation Test Proeed~ in Appendix `A" See Pq 114 Percolation Test In Appendix "B" See Pa 181 Fig Q~ in APi'~dix "B' See Pa. 133 Location of_Disuose Fi in Appendix ~6" gee Pa i47 Treatment_Mound$ in Appendix "B' 7.1.6. A subsurface eA7uent disposal system, or other systems that use the absorption of effluent into the soil for treatment and disposaa, shall maintain a vertical separation between the point of etlluent infiltration into the soil and a water table ar an impervious layer of not less than (a) 1500 mm (5 ft.) in a disposal system supplied with effluent from a septic tank arxi no other treatment, or (b) 900 mm (3 ft.) ~ (i) a dispose! field supplied with efJ'kaent from a Class 1 packaged sewage treatment plant ar a sand filter, (ii) a treatment mound, or (iii) an open bottom sand filter. intent: Depe++dt--D an the bvisl or 1rNrlal or prarrary tmatrnera4 t-re eflNrent must travel a oprypspondGrp distarwe the sort to complete treatment Vertical SeparatJon means the depth of unsaturated soil between the bottom of an Q1l9uent disposal component and the highest seasonal water fable. The effluent must travel through a distance of unsaturated soft to complete treatment. Treatment does not occur in saturated soil. Where nitrate and or phosphate Pollution is a concern because of shallow unconfined aquifers, additional separation or further treatment prior to the effluent entering the soil may be required to meet the requirements of amide 1.2.1 See P . 39 1 See Pa. a5. Article.71~2.1 See Pa fl3 Article 8.2.1.(1) $ee Pa 59 Article 8.2.1 Seel';; 59. Art~le 9.2.2 See Pa. 65. Article 1l).2.1 g~ ~-n Vertical Seoaratio~ in Appendix "B" See P .136 iced Dis Fi s in Appendix "B" :SYSTEMS STrwoN~G OF PF Fe1ST EDn10N JULY, 20t]0 Page 38 t t 4 90 3JCd 532101SGS~1tifiO?_I bEE8E6LE0b ZZ ~Z0 9661/LZ/L0 Alberta Private s6 Standard of F~ractice 7A.'1.5. When using the results of a soil texture classification to size a system, the disposal fled weeping lateral trench bottom area shall be sized so that the efAue~t loading rate per day for soil cfassffications determined in Table 7A.1.5.A. does not exceed, in a soil classified as: (a) Clay, not suitable without further testing, (b) Silty Clsy, not suitable without further testing, (c) Silty Clay loam, not suitable without further testing, (d} Sandy Ciay, not suitable without further testing, (s) Clay Loam, 10.78 L per square metre {0.22 gal per aq. ft.), (t) Silt, 12.25 L per square metre (0.25 gal per sq. ft.), (g) Sandy Clay Loam, 13.72 L per square metre (0.28 gal per sq. ft.), (h) Silt Loam, 18.72 L per square metre (0.2$ gal per sq. ft.), (f) Loam, 17.9 5 L per square metre (0.35 gal per sq. ft.), U) Sandy Loam, 22.05 L per square metre (0.45 gal per sq. R), {k) loamy Sand. 30.87 l per square metre (0.63 gal per sq. ft.), and (1) Send, not suitable without further testing. Standard of Practice - 7999 Handbook trxptanstion 1nNnt s~'Olts classed as nOt aulta6Jc N~tnout flufller testirly lbr a dsposd rrald !n ars taAk may new an liNNbatlon refs that wlll accorrlrnodats a disposal veld. flsglgr hstinD aarCn as e percolatlorl tam soA 86uCtUre, end detc-'FnWnD tho absence d exparx>ebls days may the s4i! can eooorFrnodate a dlrposal tiara. See~a 37 Article-7.1.4 See P . 17 Fi 7 Q, Soil Texture Classificatlon Triangle in Appendix "e" S~ .121 Pa 'de Grain i e Anai si T tin Appendix -6" gee .129 Si 'n the Dis I Fleid Tr ch o Ar'~a in Appendix "13" See Pg. 140 Sizino t Infiltration Area in Appendix "B. To use these loading rates, divide the vdume of sewage per day by the g~'n loading rate. (Gallons • per day divided b'y the gallon per sq. it. bading rate for the soA texture.) lxampie of sizing using soil texture bading rates: 4 bedroom house Silt Loam soil. Example: imperial measures 450 gals per day loading rate for silt foam = .28 gals. per aq. ft. 450 + 0.28 = 1607.14 sq. ft. 1607.14 sq. ft. of trench bottom area is required for the tour bedroom home on silt loam soil. If 2 foot wide trenches are used 803.6 lineal ft. of disposal field trench is required. Example: metric measures 2040 litres per day loading rate for sift foam ~ .13.72 L per aq. m. 2040 + 13.72 ~ 14$.69 sq. meters 148.68 sq. meters of trench bottom area is required for the four bedroom home on sIR loam soil. .,/ ~~ . PRNATE 3EwA<3E S'rs~'MS 8TAFIW--rD OF PF FIRST EPrn4N JIRY, 2000 Page 42 L0 3Jtid S3ZIO1StiSM7S~~l bEE8E6LE0b ZZ:ZO 966T/LZ/L0 •~ , ,..~ ,~-~ Alberta Prrvate Sewage Systems Standard of Practice -1989 Handbook Standard of Practice Explanaiivn Figure TA.1.5.A. Soil Texture Soll Texture C1asslfrcation means a classification of soil set out in Table 7A.1.5 having a soil composition Ciassificatign Triangle determined by Grath or Particle Slze A»a/ysls using a standard hydrometer method of establishing percentage of sand, silt or day particles in a soil ,°° sample. Grain or Particle Sixe Analysis means a standard .o ----~--- hydrometer method of estabf~ahing percenbge of „";~'' ~ sand, sit or day partides In a soil sample. Soil Texture • The results of a Grain or Partide Size analysis will p " ; .. ; Ciassiflcation ~ Triangle provide the percentages of Sand, Silt and Clay in the see --- - - -=- ,- -Cis ' , soil sample. ~ • ~ • ' ~ " °j' N ~Ger ~.,, CIer;L.r~.~ ; ~ , :; _ ; To use the table: 1. Apply the percentages of Sand to the bottom of ~ - _-- --- :---- -- --- • ~ w~car : and draw a vertical line up through 7A 1 T A bl 5 ~ . . . . e a ~• ----~----~--- ' ._:~...: ~~ ~ L9"` ~ ~- the table, 2. Apply the percentages of Clay to the left side of +o --- ' ----•----,~... -• ;-•-•;-•-~ -~-- Table 7A.1.5.A. and draw a horizontal Ilse across the so< ''"p"'.",i' table. 0 10 20 70 b ee N 'n a0 N tao r.roenuo. s.~a Note: >tr the peresnta~e d sand and day lxnv/dsa the wnefielrq Peroenlese atsiAt. See_ Pg. 179. Fict. 7.A.1.5.A. in Appendix "B" for a fup page view of Figure 7.A.1.6.A. 7A.1.8. Except as spedfied in Article 7A.1.g., • effluent shall be delivered to a disposal ifeld in a voume per flush of between 6 L and 12 L per square metre (.07 to .25 gal per square foot) of weeping !stare/ trench if a disposal field is served by a septk tank and no other treatment device. WFsre the vertical and horizontal lines cross indicates s Soil Texture Classification that may be used with Article 7A.1.5. to obtain the maximum effluent loading rate in I'dres per nt2 (gallons per square foot) per day of effluent to a weeping lateral trench bottom. • See P,g.117. Soil Texture in Appendix `B' Delivering a volume flush enhances distribution and assists in preventing freezing. Better distribution enhances treatment and extends the life of the system. In large systems splitting or sequential dosing should be considered. See Pst. 104, Caoacity of Effl~,ent Chambers in Appendix'' See Pa. ~ 35=Split Disposal Fields in Appendix "B" See Pa. 182. Fist. DF 1 B in Appendix "B" See Pg.18g,"Fio. DF 5 in Appendix "B` See Pg. 185. Fict..OF 6 in Appendix `B" See P~..187, pia. DF 9 in Appendix "B" See ~a.188. Fist. DF 10 in Appendix "s" PRNATE SEWAGE SYST~IS STANDARD OF PRACTCE - 4998 FIR87' EomoN JULY, 2000 Page 43 80 3Jtid 532101StiS~1CH~c'1 bEE8E6LE0b Zt~ZO 966T/LZ/L0 tl5/02/2005 18:1'9 3626231 .... ~ • AON~N~~'~' ~"'r'+ AT1H tti7 RO pOX a00. BRCJpKB. i~1Xt (~196~-s~S1 ~~,PtioreF; (~ ENVIRO7EGH SERVICES Ray.lus~ 4271st St. West Brooks, A6 T1ROG1 _ TEST REPORT / 08060rt-49Ti MAY O2, 200a LAB SAMI~IE $AND CLAY l31LT TEXTURAL # pEgCRIPTION °~ ~ V' ~& 4976 8AK1 84 18 ~ 16 ~ SL r.~'L 4977 4678 BAK2 9AIC3 ~ 43 2T 30 C1.1L 4979 ~~ ~ ~ ~' SCL 1 49,e0 BAK'~ 49 2p 3d 31 29 L Cl 4981 4982 BAKE 8AK7 41 ~ Z7 3B . GUL 4983 8AK8 ~ 51 ~ 25 ~ Z4 ~ SCL 4984 4986 BAK9 BAK10 57 17 ZB SL 4g0g BAK11 44 Z9 27 CL TF.,ST METHOD Repot Authorised By: ~~ upsrvisor ~ Lab Services Unless otherwise sated, ell samples were rooviwd In good condNison. Test results are only ~:pr~ of the samptq submitted to the laboratory. as.T REQ~gT'FUITrON +rea34~OSStF~ Door ~-- Thla report should,or<ly be reproduosd a ~uN. 60 3Jdd S3bOlStiS~iH~~l bEEBE6LE0b ZI~Z0 9661/LZ/L0 LAl4:5I1~E p~~gsFoodr Fa~uY PAGE 01 APPENDIX C EID INFORMATION P.O. Bag 8 550 Industrial Road Brooks, Alberta Canada T1R 1B2 Phone: (403) 362-1400 Fax: (403) 362-6206 Email: eid@eidnet.org May 6, 2005 EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd. Riverbend Atrium One #115, 200 Rivercrest Drive SE Calgary, AB. -' T2C 2X5 Attention: Jatnal Ramjohn Dear Sir: RE: CB Area Structure Plan _ Further to enquil-ies requested by Tara Schmidt, 1 have enclosed information for your perusal. First is an aerial photo of the area in question. All of the L-1D's works are shown _ in blue. There is the large canal which runs in a Northerly direction and then takes a ~0 degree turn in an Easterly direction. Thea-e is a buried pipe line which comes off of the large canal and heads due North following tl-ie two kinks near the settling pond. There is -- also a small open canal off of the large canal, which heads due \'Jest. The second sketch is the right of «~ay fir the active buried pipeline. ]t is shown in pink. There is also a R/\'~' for an abandoned canal and it is shown in yellow. The third sketch is registered plan 04]0571. It shows the E1D RiW's in relation to the boundaries of the subdivision. ~" Ms. Schmidts' concern was the placement of a permanent structure. adjacent to the west boundaly of tl;e abandoned canal R/\AJ. The E1D has no objection to this although one _ ~~~onders why- a lando~~mer ~~.ould put a permanent structure on the bow;dary line of a property. -- Also note that the small canal must be hr~~tected. This may have an impact on the placenent of permanent structures ot; as n;at;y as four of the lots. 'The lots are of a large enou`h site that it may not pose a sigt;iiic:rint resv-iction on the locations. of permanent _ structures. ,~ l trust that this infort;;ation will he usefu}. S};ould you have anv ether questions or "Where Water Works Wonders" ~,a.stern Irrigation I3istrict concerns, do not hesitate. to call me at 362-1400. Yours Truly, f - , , ~. 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