DRI #2301
 

DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT
Additional DRI Information

This form is to be completed by the city or county government to provide information needed by the RDC for its review of the proposed DRI. Refer to both the Rules for the DRI Process and the DRI Tiers and Thresholds for more information.

Local Government Information

Submitting Local Government: Woodstock
Individual completing form: Richard McLeod
Telephone: 770-592-6050 ext 160
Email: rmcleod@woodstockga.gov

Project Information

Name of Proposed Project: Watermark Church
DRI ID Number: 2301
Developer/Applicant: North Point Ministries
Telephone: 678-892-5678
Email(s): john.tuminello@northpoint.org

Additional Information Requested

Has the RDC identified any additional information required in order to proceed with the official regional review process? (If no, proceed to Economic Impacts.)
If yes, has that additional information been provided to your RDC and, if applicable, GRTA?

If no, the official review process can not start until this additional information is provided.


Economic Development

Estimated Value at Build-Out: 25,000,000
Estimated annual local tax revenues (i.e., property tax, sales tax) likely to be generated by the proposed development: $0
Is the regional work force sufficient to fill the demand created by the proposed project?
Will this development displace any existing uses?
If yes, please describe (including number of units, square feet, etc): 

Water Supply
Name of water supply provider for this site:  City of Woodstock
What is the estimated water supply demand to be generated by the project, measured in Millions of Gallons Per Day (MGD)? 0.002 mgd
Is sufficient water supply capacity available to serve the proposed project?

If no, describe any plans to expand the existing water supply capacity:

Is a water line extension required to serve this project?
 If yes, how much additional line (in miles) will be required?

Wastewater Disposal

Name of wastewater treatment provider for this site: City of Woodstock
What is the estimated sewage flow to be generated by the project, measured in Millions of Gallons Per Day (MGD)? 0.002 mgd
Is sufficient wastewater treatment capacity available to serve this proposed project?

If no, describe any plans to expand existing wastewater treatment capacity:

Is a sewer line extension required to serve this project?
If yes, how much additional line (in miles) will be required?0.0568 miles

Land Transportation

How much traffic volume is expected to be generated by the proposed development, in peak hour vehicle trips per day? (If only an alternative measure of volume is available, please provide.) Weekday Gross PM Hour=100 trips. Sunday Gross Daily Peak Hour 1,100 trips
Has a traffic study been performed to determine whether or not transportation or access improvements will be needed to serve this project?
Are transportation improvements needed to serve this project?

If yes, please describe below:Improvements include two full access driveways along Ridge Trail, two right-in/right-out driveways along Ridgewalk Pkwy and two pedestrain entrances along Ridgewalk Pkwy. Ridgewalk Parkway currently has 2 lanes of the proposed 4 lanes constructed, improvements for this project will complete the 2 lanes that have not been constructed. Additional or modified improvements may be required by the city.


Solid Waste Disposal

How much solid waste is the project expected to generate annually (in tons)? 25
Is sufficient landfill capacity available to serve this proposed project?

If no, describe any plans to expand existing landfill capacity:

Will any hazardous waste be generated by the development?

If yes, please explain:
 


Stormwater Management

What percentage of the site is projected to be impervious surface once the proposed development has been constructed? Approximately 70%

Describe any measures proposed (such as buffers, detention or retention ponds, pervious parking areas) to mitigate the project’s impacts on stormwater management:Measures proposed water quality/detention ponds, pervious (grass) parking areas, buffers, proprietary water quality units. Proposed measures will reduce peak developed flow rates to at or below pre-developed rates for the 1 to 100 year storm events and detain the 1 year, 24 hour storm runoff for 24 hours.


Environmental Quality

Is the development located within, or likely to affect any of the following:

1. Water supply watersheds?
2. Significant groundwater recharge areas?
3. Wetlands?
4. Protected mountains?
5. Protected river corridors?
6. Floodplains?
7. Historic resources?
8. Other environmentally sensitive resources?

If you answered yes to any question above, describe how the identified resource(s) may be affected:


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