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liencyEAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCY PROJECTProposed Action Plan Amendment 13 Public HearingApril 4, 2017

PROPOSED ACTION PLAN AMENDMENT 13 HEARINGApril 4, 20171. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnerships5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period2

1. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnerships5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period3

What Is An Action Plan? New York City received 4.2 billionfrom HUD for Hurricane Sandy disasterrecovery 338 million allocated for the East SideCoastal Resiliency (ESCR) Project The Action Plan describes the City's planfor these funds4

Why Are We Here Tonight? Rebuild By Design (RBD) was an international resiliency competition; NYC wasone of the recipients of the award Community engagement is a critical component of that process Per HUD requirements, an Action Plan Amendment for the RBD ESCR Projectis being completed to identify project updates The ESCR Project has evolved since Substantial Amendment 8A (February 13,2015) and 8B (April 13, 2015) Proposed Action Plan Amendment 13 describes these updates Action Plan Amendments are subject to public review prior to HUD approval5

COMMENT PROCESSAt the hearing tonight Oral and written comments may be given atthe public hearing today Please limit your comments to 3 MINUTES If you wish to make an oral statement on therecord, fill out a speaker card Speakers will be called in the order submitted,starting with elected officials Written comment cards are also available6

COMMENT PROCESSOnline & By Mail Comments accepted through APRIL 24, 2017 Proposed CDBG-DR Action Amendment 13and public commenting forms are available athttp://www.nyc.gov/cdbg Written comments may also be directed bymail to:Calvin JohnsonAssistant Director, CDBG-DRNYC Office of Management and Budget255 Greenwich Street, 8th FloorNew York, NY 100077

What Happens to Our Comments? All comments shall be reviewed and a City response will be incorporated into theCity’s Responses to Public Comments document A summary of the comments and responses will be submitted to HUD forapproval along with the revised Action Plan Amendment 13 The revised Action Plan Amendment 13 will be posted athttp://www.nyc.gov/cdbg8

What Does The Proposed Action Plan Amendment Contain? Project Description Implementation Partnerships Outreach Plan Project Timeline Benefit Cost Analysis9

Where Can I Find the Proposed Action Plan Amendment? Hard copies available today Proposed Action PlanAmendment 13 and publiccommenting forms are availableat http://www.nyc.gov/cdbg Hard copy for reference:NYC OMB255 Greenwich Street, 8th FloorNew York, NY 1000710

1. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnerships5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period11

EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCYContextA STRONGERMORE RESILIENTNEW YORKHURRICANESANDYREPORT PREPARATIONOCTOBER20121WINTER2012/2013ONENYCHUD FUNDINGAWARDREBUILD BY DESIGN COMPETITIONWINTER2013/2014ESCR PROJECT SCOPINGWINTER2014/2015

EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCYProject TimelineCONSTRUCTION GROUNDCONTRACT BREAKINGAWARDDESIGN PROCESSCONCEPTDESIGN PHASEPRELIMINARYDESIGN PHASEFINALDESIGN PHASEENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW&ULURPDRAFT SCOPE OFWORKULURP PREPARATION & SUBMISSIONDRAFT EISPUBLIC & TECHNICAL REVIEWSFINAL EISCONSTRUCTIONCOMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTACTION PLANSUBSTANTIALAMENDMENTS8A & 8BPROPOSEDAMENDMENT 13EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCY 2017/18TBDTBD

EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCYProject Goals Provide an integrated flood protectionsystem to help minimize flooding; minimizeuse of closure structures and deployables Improve waterfront open spaces andaccessE. 25TH STREET Respond quickly to the urgent need forincreased flood protection and resiliency Achieve implementation milestones andproject funding allocations as establishedby HUD14MONTGOMERY STREET

EAST SIDE COASTAL RESILIENCYProject Approach: Designing Social InfrastructurePEOPLE RESILIENCYINFRASTRUCTURE15

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ESCR PROJECT AREAFrom Montgomery St. To East 25th St.STUYVESANT COVE PARKEAST RIVER PARKSite Boundary2050s FEMA 100-YEAR Flood Hazard Area17

BASELINE FLOOD PROTECTION COMPONENTSTypical Cross-SectionsBERM / LEVEE18FLOODWALLCLOSURE STRUCTURE

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ASSER LEVY PLAYGROUNDINTEGRATING PROTECTION WITH PUBLIC SPACESTUYVESANT COVE PARKMURPHY BROTHERS PLAYGROUNDEAST RIVER PARK20

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MONTGOMERY STREET TO EAST 13 TH STREET

MAJOR PROJECT COMPONENTS24

EXISTING CONDITIONS – MONTGOMERY STREET25

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – MONTGOMERY ST. TIE-BACKGATES STORED26

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – MONTGOMERY ST. TIE-BACKGATES CLOSED27

EXISTING CONDITIONS – DELANCEY STREET ENTRANCE28

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – DELANCEY STREET ENTRANCE29

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – DELANCEY STREET ENTRANCE30

EXISTING CONDITIONS – 10TH STREET BRIDGE31

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – 10TH STREET BRIDGE32

EAST 13 TH STREET TO EAST 25 TH STREET

MAJOR PROJECT LOSURE STRUCTURESCLOSURE STRUCTURES34

EXISTING CONDITIONS – FDR DRIVE GATE CROSSING35

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – FDR DRIVE GATE CROSSINGGATES STOREDNOTE: DRAFT ILLUSTRATIVE SKETCHFLOOD PROTECTION FINISHES, MATERIAL &DETAILING TO BE DEVELOPED IN FINAL DESIGN36

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – FDR DRIVE GATE CROSSINGGATES CLOSINGNOTE: DRAFT ILLUSTRATIVE SKETCHFLOOD PROTECTION FINISHES, MATERIAL &DETAILING TO BE DEVELOPED IN FINAL DESIGN37

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN – FDR DRIVE GATE CROSSINGGATES CLOSEDNOTE: DRAFT ILLUSTRATIVE SKETCHFLOOD PROTECTION FINISHES, MATERIAL &DETAILING TO BE DEVELOPED IN FINAL DESIGN38

STUYVESANT COVE PARKProposed Concept Design HP16.5 HP13SOLAR 215 HP1440:1 7 TW 8.5BW 7.0 7 TW 8.5BW 7.0 TW 8.5BW 7.0 LP67892.5%7132%158 HP16 HP133910789102.5%985%71092.5%10AV C W16.5 BW7.0 7

EXISTING CONDITIONS - STUYVESANT COVE PARK40

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN - STUYVESANT COVE PARKNOTE: DRAFT ILLUSTRATIVE SKETCHFLOOD PROTECTION FINISHES, MATERIAL &DETAILING TO BE DEVELOPED IN FINAL DESIGN41

PROPOSED CONCEPT DESIGN - STUYVESANT COVE PARKNOTE: DRAFT ILLUSTRATIVE SKETCHFLOOD PROTECTION FINISHES, MATERIAL &DETAILING TO BE DEVELOPED IN FINAL DESIGN42

1. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnerships5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period43

PUBLIC OUTREACH2015 Community Engagement RecapROUND 1ROUND 2ROUND 3ROUND 4X2 MeetingsX3 MeetingsX4 MeetingsX2 MeetingsMARCH 19 23, 2015How do you use thewaterfront?MAY 19, 20 28, 2015Where should the floodprotection alignment go?JULY 28, 29, 30 SEPT. 10, 2015What are the options forintegrating the Park andthe Protection?QUARTERLY TASK FORCE MEETINGS(January, April, July, September)44OCTOBER 6 8, 2015Initial Design Direction:Feedback and Discussion

PUBLIC OUTREACH2016 - 2017 Community Engagement45

PUBLIC OUTREACH2016 - 2017 Community EngagementNOVEMBER 14, 2016FEBRUARY 16, 2017Asser Levy Playground andMurphy Brothers Playground46

1. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnerships5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period47

IMPLEMENTATION PARTNERSHIPSPartner Agencies48

IMPLEMENTATION PARTNERSHIPSCooperating, Involved, and Interested AgenciesFederalState FEMA MTA DCP LPC HUD NYCHA DOB MOEC NMFS NYSDEC EM NYPD NPS NYSDOS FDNY OER USACE NYSDOT HPD PDC USCG NYSOGS USEPA NYPA USFWS OPRHP VA49City

1. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnerships5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period50

PROJECT FUNDINGThe City and HUD have committed 760 million: 338 million in HUD CDBG-DR funds 170 million in City capital funding for interior drainage management 252 million in additional City capital (will be reflected in an upcoming financialplan)51

BENEFIT COST ANALYSISOverview Demonstrates how ESCR achieves resiliency, social,economic, and environmental project benefits Considers losses avoided and value added A Benefit Cost Ratio greater than one indicates a costeffective project The ESCR Benefit Cost Ratio is 2.84 (7% DiscountRate)52

How is the Benefit Cost Ratio Calculated?53

1. Action Plan Overview2. ESCR Project Description3. Public Outreach4. Implementation Partnership5. Funding and Benefit Cost Analysis6. Comment Period54

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD OPEN55

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