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MDH Scoping Decision Notice No. 1 PWSID 1820004 2013-01-11Protecting, maintaining and improving the health of all Minnesotans January 11, 2013 Mr. Harold Taylor Public Works Superintendent JAN '1 6 2013 Public Works Department 8635 West Point Douglas Road South. -_ Cottage Grove, Minnesota 55016 Dear Mr. Taylor: Subject: Scoping Decision Notice No. 1 for the City of Cottage Grove, PWSID 1820004, for Amending the Wellhead Protection Plan This letter provides notice of the results of the Scoping 1 meeting that Amal Djerrari (Minnesota Department of Health) and Robyn Hoerr (Minnesota Rural Water Association) held with you, Jennifer Levitt, Les Burshten and Rick Alt (City of Cottage Grove), and Mark Janovec (Stantec) on December 13, 2012, to amend your wellhead protection plan. During the meeting, we discussed the preparation of Part I of a Wellhead Protection Plan that will document the 1) delineation of a wellhead protection area, 2) delineation of a drinking water supply management area, and 3) assessments of well and aquifer vulnerability related to these areas for the primary water supply wells that are used by the city of Cottage Grove. As you may remember, the wellhead protection area is the surface and subsurface area surrounding your public water supply wells through which contaminants are likely to move and affect your drinking water supply. The drinking water supply management area is the area delineated using identifiable landmarks that reflect the wellhead protection area boundaries as closely as possible. The city will have until August 31, 2015 to complete the amendment of its entire Wellhead Protection Plan, Part I and Part II. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) highly recommends that half of the time allotted be dedicated to completing Part II of the plan. It is our understanding that you will be contracting a consultant to prepare the delineations and vulnerability assessments for the city for amending its Wellhead Protection Plan. MDH has a draft Request for Proposal (RFP) that can be used to help select a competent consultant that has experience in wellhead protection planning and, in particular, with preparing a Part I report. Please contact me at the phone number below if you want to discuss using the draft RFP. At our meeting, we discussed rule requirements and the types of information needed to amend the Part I report. The Wellhead Protection Plan must be prepared in accordance with Minnesota Rules, parts 4720.5100 to 4720.5590. General wellhead protection requirements and criteria for delineating the wellhead protection area and data reporting are presented in Minnesota Rules, parts 4720.5500 to 4720.5510. The enclosed Scoping Decision Notice No. I formally identifies the information that the city must provide to MDH to meet rule requirements for amending and preparing Part I of the Wellhead Protection Plan. The wellhead rule refers to the existing information required for wellhead planning as data elements. Much of this information is available in the public domain, as described in the Scoping Decision Notice No. 1 form. General Information: 651- 201 -5000 • Toll-free: 888-345-0823 • TTY: 651 -201 -5797 • w ..health.state.mn.us An equal opportunity employer You only need to provide the information that is not in the public domain and, therefore, not available to MDH. The Scoping Decision Notice No. 1 form also 1) lists the Minnesota unique well number and well construction for each well that will be included in the Wellhead Protection Plan [Table 1], 2) lists the pumping volumes for each well [Table 2], and 3) includes a map of the well locations. A summary of the information that the PWS needs to provide is included at the end of the Seeping Decision Notice No. 1 form. After your consultant has had an opportunity to develop a conceptual model of the local hydrogeologic setting, we would like to meet with your consultant to discuss the proposed delineation approach. This pre - delineation meeting may be accomplished by a conference call if 1) MDH approves, and 2) the consultant provides figures for the discussion beforehand. The delineation for the city wells could be performed using the groundwater flow model of Southern Washington County (Barr 2005) or the new Metro Model 2 (Barr 2009). Local detail and/or new information should be added as required and recalibration should be performed to reflect the hydrogeological conditions around Cottage Grove. The need for fracture flow delineation for Cottage Grove wells can be re- assessed at the pre - delineation meeting, once your consultant has incorporated the local detail in the refined model. Prior to finalizing the wellhead protection area boundaries, we highly recommend that we informally review preliminary model results and assess whether any changes are needed to meet rule requirements. Model input and solution files should be submitted in electronic form. The same applies to geographical data, such as the wellhead protection area and drinking water supply management area. When geographic data are submitted electronically, ArcInfo export or ArcView shapefile formats are preferred. It will greatly accelerate our review if these geographic data use the 1983 North American Datum (NAD83), Universal Transverse Mercator, Zone 15 North (UTM, Z1 5N) projection, with meter distance units. Other datum and projection systems are acceptable as long as they are documented. Specific questions regarding electronic geographic data can be directed to Michael Baker, Source Water Protection Unit, at 651/201- 4651. Finally, it is our understanding that you will serve officially as the wellhead protection manager on behalf of the city. You are responsible for providing written notice to local units of government of the city's intent to amend the Wellhead Protection Plan, as required by the wellhead protection rule (part 4720.5300, subpart 3). A copy of this notice should be forwarded to MDH and must include a list of the city wells, their unique well numbers, and contact information for you as Wellhead Protection manager. If you do not have a copy of your original notice from your previous WHP Plan, your Source Water Protection Unit Planner (John Freitag) can provide you with some examples of the notification of intent that other communities have used. Please contact her at 651/201 -4669. In closing, we look forward to working with you on amending your Wellhead Protection Plan. If you have any questions regarding our comments, please contact me at 651/201 -4577 or at amal.djerrari @state.mn.us. Sincerely, Amal Djerrari, Hydrologist Source Water Protection Unit Environmental Health Division P.O. Box 64975 St. Paul, Minnesota 55164 -0975 AMD:dcc Enclosures: Scoping Decision Notice No. 1, Summary of Data Requested, Table 1 - Public Water Supply Well Information, Table 2 - Annual Volume of Water Pumped From PWS Wells, Table 3 - Permitted High - Capacity Wells, Map of Well Locations cc: Robyn Hoerr, Planner, Minnesota Rural Water Association Byron Adams, Water Monitoring Section, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Joe Richter, Division of Waters, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Ron Struss, Minnesota Department of Agriculture Eric Mohring, Hydrologist, Board of Water and Soil Resources . Mark Janovec, Stantec. Jennifer Levitt, City of Cottage Grove Les Burshten, City of Cottage Grove Rick Alt, City of Cottage Grove SCOPING DECISION NOTICE No. 1 JAN 1 6 2613 a The purpose for the first Scoping Meeting, as required by Minnesota Rules, part 4720.5310, is to discuss the information necessary for preparing the Part I Report of a Wellhead Protection Plan. The Part I Report identifies the area that provides the source of drinking water for the public water supply (PWS) so that the PWS can develop land use or management practices to protect their groundwater resource from contamination. Specifically, the Part I Report documents the delineation of the wellhead protection area (WHPA), the delineation of the drinking water supply management area (DWSMA), and assesses the vulnerability of the PWS wells and DWSMA. The wellhead rule (Minnesota Rules, part 4720.5310) refers to the information required for wellhead planning as data elements. This form lists the data elements that are stated in Minnesota Rules, part 4750.5400. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) uses this form to designate which data elements are needed to prepare the Part I Report, based on the hydrogeological setting, vulnerability of the wells, and aquifer information known at the time of the Scoping 1 Meeting. Name of Public Water Supply Date City of Cottage Grove PWSID = 1820004 January 11, 2013 Name of the Wellhead Protection Manager - Mr. HaroldTaylor Public Works Superintendent Address I City Zip 8635 West Point Douglas Road South . Cottage Grove 155016 Unique Well Numbers Phone 208808 (Well 1), 208809 (Well 2), 208807 (Well 3), 208805 (Well 4), 208806 (Well 5), 201238 (Well 6), 201227 (Well 7),110464 (Well 8), 651/458 -2853 165602 (Well 9), 191904 (Well 10), and 655944 (Well 11 Instructions for Completing the Scoping No, 1 Form N D V S N = If this box is checked with an "X," this data element is NOT necessary for the Part I Report of Wellhead Protection Plan. This data element may be identified later at the Seeping 2 Meeting X your information for the DELINEATION of the WHPA or the DWSMA. If there is no check in the "S" x ° and used for the Part 2 Report. Please go to the next data element. N D V S D = If this box is checked with an "X," the preparer of the Part I Report is required to use this information for the DELINEATION of the WHPA or the DWSMA. If there is no check in the "S" x ° box, t in f or m at ion is available in the public domain or is on -file at MDH. N D V S V = If this box is checked with an "X," the preparer of the Part I Report is required to use this information for the VULNERABILITY assessment of the PWS well(s) or the DWSMA. If there is no check in the "S" box, this information is available in the public domain or is on -file at MDH. N FD T V I S I S = If this box is checked with an "X," the PWS must SUBMIT the information to the MDH. DATA ELEMENTS ABOUT THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT A. PRECIPITATION N D V S A.1: An existing map or list of local precipitation gauging stations. Technical Assistance Comments: Precipitation values can be used to determine the local recharge in the groundwater model. The map can be used to determine the closest gauging station. The locations of the gauging stations are available in the public domain. N D V S A.2: An existing table showing the average monthly and annual precipitation, in inches, for the re five ears. p g Y X Technical Assistance Comments: This information may be used for determining local recharge for the groundwater model. This information may be available in the public domain if there is a local gauging station, or maybe obtained from the local wastewater treatment plant. B. GEOLOGY N D V S B.1: An existing geologic map and a description of the geology, including aquifers, confining layers, recharge areas, discharge areas, sensitive areas as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 103H.005, ' X ° subdivision 13, and groundwater flow characteristics. Technical Assistance Comments: Information of this type is required to characterize the geologic and hydrogeologic setting of the PWS well field(s). This information is used to define aquifer geometry, location and magnitude of the recharge and discharge areas, and groundwater flow information. Aquifer tests or alternatives listed in MN Rules, part 4720.55 10, subpart 6, can be used to help characterize flow in the aquifer. Reference all information used to develop the conceptual model of the geologic setting and submit to MDH only the information that is not available in the public domain. N D V S 13.2: Existing records of the geologic materials penetrated by wells, borings, exploration test holes, or excavations, including those submitted to the department. Technical Assistance Comments: Information of this type may be useful to refine the understanding of the geologic and hydrogeologic setting on a local basis. Submit only if the PWS or city has information of test drilling or site investigations conducted by the city that is not available in the public domain. _ D V S B.3: Existing borehole geophysical records from wells, borings, and exploration test holes. r N X4„ X.; hnical Assistance Comments: Information frmn geophysical records may provide additional information about aquifer kness, well construction, and water level information at a local scale. Submit only if the information is not available in the public domain. N D V S B.4: Existing surface geophysical studies., A l 7 Technical Assistance Comments: Information from geophysical studies may be useful to refine the understanding of the geology on a local basis. Submit only if the information is not available in the public domain. C. SOILS N D V S C.1: Existing maps of the soils and a description of soil infiltration characteristics. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is in the public domain and can be used to delineate the WFIPA and assess the vulnerability of the DWSMA because it indicates the underlying geology. N D V S C.2: A description or an existing map of known eroding lands that are causing sedimentation problems. X Technical Assistance Comments: 2 D. WATER RESOURCES' N D V S D.1: An existing map of the boundaries and flow directions of major watershed units and minor watershed units. Technical Assistance Comments: This information may be helpful in delineating the DWSMA, if available. If this information is provided, identification numbers must be provided for each parcel. An electronic format for the map is preferable. 6Y D V S E.2: An existing map of political boundaries. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is in the public domain and may be used to delineate the surface water contribution area of the WHPA. N JFD I V I 5 D.2: An existing map and a list of public waters as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 103G.005, subdivision 15, and public drainage ditches. 11 X:: Xr Technical Assistance Comments: This information is in the public domain and may be used to delineate the surface water contribution area of the WHPA and determine the vulnerability of the DWSMA. N D V 5 D.3: The shoreland classifications of the public waters listed under sub -item (2), pursuant to part 6120.3000 and Minnesota Statutes, sections 103F.201 to 103F.221. X Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S D.4: An exist ng map of wetlands regulated under Chapter 8420 and Minnesota Statutes, section 103G.221 to 103G.2373. X I I I Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S D.S: An existing map showing those areas delineated as floodplain by existing local ordinances. X Technical Assistance Comments: DATA ELEMENTS ABOUT THE LAND USE E. LAND USE N D V 5 E.1: An existing map of parcel boundaries. X' Technical Assistance Comments: This information may be helpful in delineating the DWSMA, if available. If this information is provided, identification numbers must be provided for each parcel. An electronic format for the map is preferable. N D V S E.2: An existing map of political boundaries. Technical Assistance Comments: Please provide this information if the boundaries have been updated /changed. This information may be helpful in delineating the DWSMA. An electronic format for the map is preferable. N D V S E.3: An existing map of public land surveys, including township, range, and section. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is available in the public domain and may be helpful in delineating the DWSMA. N D V S E.4: A map and an inventory of the current and historical agricultural, residential, commercial, industrial, recreational, and institutional land uses and potential contaminant sources. X Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S E.5: An existing, comprehensive land -use map. X Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S E.6: Existing zoning map. X Technical Assistance Comments: F. PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES N D 1 V S F.1: An existing map of transportation routes or corridors. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is available in the public domain and may be helpful in delineating the DWSMA. N I D X: I V S F.2: An existing map of storm sewers, sanitary sewers, and the public water supply systems. Technical Assistance Comments: Do not submit a map of the storm sewers and sanitary sewers. Describe the difference in how.much water is pumped and how much is sold. The difference is the leakage that may be used as recharge in the groundwater model. N D V S 173: An existing map of gas and oil pipelines used by gas and oil suppliers. X Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S FA: An existing map or list of public drainage systems. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is available in the public domain and may be helpful in delineating the DWSMA. N D X V S F.5: An existing record of construction, maintenance, and use of the public water supply well(s) and other wells within the DWSMA. k' Technical Assistance Comments: If the information is different than that on -file with MDH, please provide 1) the pumping rates for the current and previous years, and the projected annual pumping rates for the next five years for each well in the PWS; and 2) well record(s) for the PWS well(s). Information about the PWS well(s) may affect the vulnerability assessment due to rehabilitation /reconstruction of a well or changes in pumping rates. C! G. SURFACE WATER QUANTITY N D V S G.1: An existing description of high, mean, and low flows on streams. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is available in the public domain and may be used to determine hydraulic connections between surface water bodies and the aquifer(s) of concern. N D V S G.2: An existing list of lakes where the state has established ordinary high water marks. X Technical Assistance Comments: This information is available in the public domain. The information may be used to determine the WHPA. N D V S G.3: An existing list of permitted withdrawals from lakes and streams, including source, use, and X . amounts withdrawn. Technical Assistance Comments: Only required if different fi the DNR database. Surface water bodies may be in direct hydraulic connection with the aquifer(s) of concern and withdrawals may affect water levels in both the surface water and adjacent groundwater systems. N I D I V I S GA: An existing list of lakes and streams for which state protected levels or flows have been established. Technical Assistance Comments: This information is available in the public domain and may be used to determine hydraulic connections between Surface water bodies and the aquifer(s) of concern. N I D V S G.S: An existing description of known water -use conflicts, including those caused by groundwater pumping. Technical Assistance Comments: Please notify MDH of surface water /well interference problems of which the PWS is aware. Conflicts between use of groundwater resources and surface water bodies would indicate a hydrologic boundary that would need to be considered in delineating the WHPA. H. GROUNDWATER QUANTITY existing list of wells covered by state appropriation permits, including amounts of water appropriateA, type of use, and aquifer source. Technical Assistance Comments: Please submit this information for wells that are not permitted by the DNR because this information may be useful in identifying the hydrologic boundary conditions that could affect the size and shape of tile WHPA boundaries. N D V S H.2: An existing description of known well interference problems and water -use conflicts. X:; Technical Assistance Comments: Please notify MDH of well interference problems of which the PWS is aware. interference problems with other wells, if present, likely indicate a hydrologic boundary that would need to be considered in making the WHPA delineation. N D V S H.3: An existing list of state environmental boreholes, including unique well number, aquifer X; measured, years of record, and average monthly levels. X` Technical Assistance Comments: Only submit monthly water level measurements (with unique well numbers and dates) that are not in the public domain. DATA ELEMENTS ABOUT WATER QUALITY I. SURFACE WATER QUALITY N D V S I.1: An existing map or list of the state water quality management classification for each stream and lake. X Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S I.2: An existing summary of lake and stream water quality monitoring data, including: 1. bacteriological contamination indicators; 4. sedimentation; 2. inorganic chemicals; 5, dissolved oxygen; and X x 3. organic chemicals; 6. excessive growth or deficiency of aquatic plants. Technical Assistance Comments: This information can be used to evaluate surface water /groundwater interactions and aquifer water quality. Submit if the PWS has information that is not available in the public domain. J. GROUNDWATER QUALITY N D V 5 J.1: An existing summary of water quality data, including: 1) bacteriological contamination indicators; 2) inorganic chemicals; and 3) organic chemicals. Technical Assistance Comments: Submit if the PWS has information that is not available in the public domain because the information may help explain groundwater flow paths. N I D I V I 5 j J.2: An existing list of water chemistry and isotopic data from wells, springs, or other groundwater sampling points. Technical Assistance Comments: Submit ifthe PWS has information that is not available in the public domain because the information may help explain groundwater flow paths. N D V S J.3: An existing report of groundwater hater studies. Technical Assistance Comments: Submit if the PWS has information that is not available in the public domain because the information may help explain groundwater flow paths. N D I V S J.4: An existing site study and well water analysis of known areas of groundwater contamination. �X Technical Assistance Comments: Submit if the PWS has information on contaminant sources not available in the public domain because these reports may contain additional geologic or hydrogeologic information. N D V S J.5: An existing property audit identifying contamination. X Technical Assistance Comments: N D V S J.6: An existing report to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency of contaminant spills and releases. Xi mss, 'X Technical Assistance Comments: Notify MDH of reports on spills or contaminant releases that are on -file with the PWS or city but are not in the public domain. These reports do not need to be submitted but MDH staff would like to review reports. Summary of Data Request Specific Data to be Provided to MDH by PWS As discussed during the first Scoping Meeting on December 13, 2012, the public water supply (PWS) will supply the following information for Part I of their Wellhead Protection Plan to the Minnesota Department of Health. The number of the data element that refers to the information needed to prepare the Part I Report is listed in the parenthesis at the end of each request. 1) PWS well information: Use Tables 1 and 2, the well records for the PWS wells, and a map showing the locations of all the PWS wells, to review the accuracy of 1) all PWS well construction, 2) well locations, and 3) pumping information. (F.5) Table 1 lists well use and construction for each of the PWS wells. Have you reconstructed any wells? Are there well records for reconstructed wells? The enclosed map shows the locations of the primary public water supply wells. Please let us know if you feel the wells are not correctly located. These locations must be used to delineate your wellhead protection areas. Table 2 shows the available pumping information and indicates what information the PWS needs to provide for the delineation of the capture zone. Please provide 1) the pumping data for 2011 and 2012 that was sent to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 2) whether this rate was measured or estimated, and 3) the projected annual pumping amounts for the next five years. 2) Please provide a copy of any aquifer test or specific capacity information for the PWS wells that was obtained during well construction, maintenance, or repair. (B.1) 3) Is there an existing map of parcel and/or political boundaries that could be used for defining the Drinking Water Supply Management Area (D WSMA)? If you wish to use parcel lines, please provide the parcel identification number for each parcel boundary along with the map. Have the city boundaries changed? If the city boundaries have changed, please provide the new boundaries. The boundaries of the DWSMA may be larger if political boundaries are used instead of the parcel boundaries. (E.1 and E.2) 4) If there are private well records, soil boring reports, geophysical studies, or water level measurements in your files that MDH staff did not identify at the scoping meeting and that would be available for MDH staff to review and copy, please notify MDH. (B.2, B.3, B.4, and H.3) 5) Please identify reports that you have on -file relating to leaks /contamination sites that may be a concern to your drinking water supply that MDH may review and copy. (J.4) 7 Summary of Data Request Page 2 6) If your files contain water chemistry data, such as bacteria, virus, inorganic, organic, or isotopic results from wells or other groundwater sampling points, that are not currently available to MDH that MDH may review and copy, please notify MDH. (J.1 and J.2) 7) Please identify reports that you have in your files relating to groundwater tracer studies that have been conducted. (J.3) 8) Please provide information about other high- capacity wells in your area that may not be permitted and are not listed on the attached Table 3. (H.1) 9) Please describe any conflicts over water use that.the PWS has been involved with, such as 1) private wells that went dry (or well interference) or 2) springs or wetlands that were affected. Was the Department of Natural Resources involved in resolving the conflict? (G.5 and H.2) Table 1 Water Supply Well Information City of Cottage Grove Local Well Name Unique Number Type Casing Diameter (inches) Casing Depth (feet) Well Depth (feet) Date Constructed Well Vulnerability Aquifer q Well 208808 Primary 12 240 352 1958 Vulnerable Jordan Well 208809 Primary 12 250 350 1958 Vulnerable Jordan Well 3 208807 Primary 12 314 388 1960 Not Vulnerable Jordan Well 208805 Primary 16 340 418 1962 Vulnerable Jordan Well 208806 Primary 16 283 358 1967 Vulnerable Jordan Well 201238 Primary 20 344 427 1973 Vulnerable Jordan Well? 201227 Primary 20 281 370 1974 Vulnerable Jordan Well 110464 Primary 20 315 396 1977 Vulnerable Jordan Well 165602 Primary 20 321 380 1979 Vulnerable Jordan Well 10 191904 Primary 24 220 284 1984 Vulnerable Jordan Well 11 655944 Primary 24 329 427 2004 Vulnerable Jordan Table 2 Annual Volume of Water Pumped from Wells City of Cottage Grove Well Name Unique 4 Number Total Annual Withdrawal (gallons /year) Permit: 1977 -6349 Maximum Withdrawal 2007 - 2011 (gallons /year) Projected 2016 Withdrawal (gallons /year) Withdrawal used in .Previous WHP Plan (gallons /year) 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Well 208808 56,334,047 88,024,357 69,768,791 75,169,432 88,024,357 174,100,000 Well 208809 71,459,356 77,784,768 25,165,299 66,309,179 77,784,768 104,500,000 Well 208807 42,591,183 46,752,723 19,264,580 41,502,881 46,752,723 149,700,000 Well 208805 247,457,382 200,662,783 129,845,456 187,762,469 247,457,382 197,800,000 Well 208806 118,380,095 21,946,757 10,086,383 6,319,431 118,380,095 215,600,000 Well 201238 88,068,366 158,746,901 255,121,489 281,069,204 281,069,204 267,100,000 Well 201227 20,956,296 8,582,711 7,471,834 5,355,585 20,956,296 52,200,000 Well 110464 212,017,132 148,227,473 155,463,681 52,467,903 212,017,132 584,700,000 Well 165602 260,565,134 251,602,637 236,594,353 241,482,333 260,565,134 343,800,000 Well 10 191904 103,755,282 48,412,523 114,122,437 65,852,408 114,122,437 54,300,000 Well 11 655944 349,596,320 319,150,465 332,417,899 194,006,846 349,596,320 Totals 1,571,180,593 1,369,894,098 1,355,322,202 1,217,297,671 1,816,725,848 2,143,800,000 Source: The DNR State Water Use Database System (SWUDS), Permit Number Permit Number 1977 -6349. 10 Table 3 Permitted High- Capacity Wells Within 2.0 miles DNR State Water Use Database System (SWUDS) City of Cottage Grove Unique Number Well Name Permittee Permit Number Aquifer Use Average Withdrawal (2001 - 2010) gallonslyear (gallyr) 1 BAILEY NURSERIES INC 1958 -0700 CJDN Nursery 958,800 208414 1 ST PAUL PARK, CITY OF 1963 -0913 CJDN Municipal 2,638,800 208418 2 ST PAUL PARK, CITY OF 1963 -0913 OPDCCJDN Municipal 68,087,500 208804 3 ST PAUL PARK CITY OF 1963 -0913 CJDNCSTL Municipal 82,360,000 431603 4 ST PAUL PARK, CITY OF 1963 -0913 CJDN Municipal 48,783,700 224647 1 SMALLIDGE, EUGENE 1975 -6103 OPDC Major crop irrigation 12,852,000 107045 1 ZYWIEC, JOSEPH J 1976 -6203 OPDCCJDN Major crop irrigation 8,754,400 255659 1 TANK, EILEEN 1977 -6239 OPCJ Major crop irrigation 14,273,100 131919 1 ZYWIEC, JOSEPH J 1977 -6315 OPDCCSTL Major crop irrigation 1,432,200 ' 1 SWANLUNDS INC 1977 -6323 OPCJ Major crop irrigation 1,613,100 2 SWANLUNDS INC 1977 -6323 OPCJ Major crop irrigation 342,500 131970 3 SWANLUNDS INC 1977 -6323 OPDCCSTL Major crop irrigation 406,100 171729 1 ZYWIEC, JOSEPH & ROBERT 1981 -6110 OPDCCJDN Major crop irrigation 3,672,000 179806 1 BAILEY NURSERIES INC 1983 -6096 OPDCCJDN. Nursery 12,304,400 481262 2 BAILEY NURSERIES INC 1983 -6096 CJDN Nursery 18,655,900 457148 1 ZYWIEC, JOSEPH J 1989 -6363 OPDCCJDN Major crop irrigation 15,400,800 194087 1 3M COMPANY 1989 -6406 CJDN Major crop irrigation 25,897,500 3 ST PAUL PARK REFINING CO 1989 -6483 OP DC Pollution containment 2,712,000 1 ASHLAND INC 1995 -6123 OPDC Pollution containment 1,398,900 1 BARBAROSSA & SONS 2004 -3032 Construction (dewatering) 8,928,000 11 12