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5/25/2011 Email to Town and Village Officials Documenting Continued Stormwater Problems: Cemetery "Vandalized" - Ross’ Appeal to Village for Meeting

 

From: Bob Ross [bross@foodtech.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 1:28 PM
To: 'Jim Collea'; 'Larry Felitto (c/o: Village Clerk)'; 'Mike Mahoney'; 'Rich Hayes'; 'Tom Thomas'; 'Tony Leone'
Cc: Robert & Barbara Ross; Jamie Ross
Subject: Holy Trinity Cemetery - Ross Property

Attachments: village letter_10-22-04.pdf; village letter_10-29-04.pdf

Mr. Mayor

 

As you can see below, the Holy Trinity Cemetery is blaming their recent rainwater runoff onto the Ross property on vandalism. At this point, the list of excuses from the Cemetery is never ending.

 

Mr. Lazaroski seems to be claiming that a vandal scaled the pond fence, swam to the manhole, climbed up the manhole, removed the steel cover, dropped into the manhole, “vandalized” the reducer, plugged the pond with the “vandalized” reducer, climbed out the manhole, politely put the steel cover back on, dove off the manhole, swam to the pond bank, and lastly scaled the fence to escape. I’ve heard of cemetery vandals tipping gravestones, but this was obviously a much more ambitious vandal.

 

Below, Mr. Lazaroski refers to filing a police report with the Whitestown PD regarding this “vandalism”. As of 1:00pm this afternoon, Chief Wolanin is unaware of any alleged vandalism at the Holy Trinity Cemetery.   

 

Remember, this is the same Mr. Lazaroski who told the Town in 2008 that the reducer had been installed prior to the 2001 completion of the Cemetery project. Apparently he forgot acknowledging to Village Engineer Zangrilli in 2004 that the reducer had “never been installed” and that he “agreed” to install it in 2004 (See attached letters as supporting documents). Mr. Lazaroski has no credibility; I hope you would agree based on his contradictory statements of the past....

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5/15/2011 Email to Town and Village Officials Documenting Continued Stormwater Problems

From: Bob Ross, Professional Engineer. [bross@foodtech.com]
Sent: Sunday, May 15, 2011 8:03 PM
To: 'Charles Gibbs'; 'Dan Sullivan'; 'Kevin Barry'; 'Mike Ciancaglini'; 'Sal Granato'; 'William Copperwheat'; 'Jim Collea'; 'Larry Felitto (c/o: Village Clerk)'; 'Mike Mahoney'; 'Rich Hayes'; 'Tom Thomas'; 'Tony Leone'; 'Ammon Bush'; 'Jim Cummings'; 'Joe Bayer'; 'John Franz'; Karl Schrantz; 'Linda Shumaker'; 'Paul Romano'; 'Paul Waters'; 'Vernon Myers'
Cc: Robert & Barbara Ross; Jamie Ross
Subject: Holy Trinity Cemetery - Ross Property

Attachments: Ex A_06-18-2008_Shumaker Report_Narrative Only.pdf; Ex B_09-17-2008_Ltr to Shumaker.pdf; Ex C_04-23-11 Pics.pdf; Ex D_04-28-11 Pics.pdf; Ex E_Village Engineer Letters.pdf

To Whitestown Supervisor Gibbs & Town Councilmen:

In 2008, you passed a Resolution regarding the Holy Trinity Cemetery and the Ross Property. This Resolution formally accepted the findings presented in a report (Exhibit A) prepared by Shumaker Engineering. Despite the Ross’ providing overwhelming evidence to the contrary, this report concluded that the Cemetery was not responsible for ponding water on the Ross property.

 

Prior to passing this Resolution, I warned you that Shumaker’s report was fundamentally flawed. It contains numerous errors in calculations, resulting in completely unreliable results (junk in = junk out). Allow me to remind you, Mr. Peter Smart, developer of the calculation software used by Shumaker, agreed with me that data entered into the program by Shumaker was incorrect – see Exhibit B.

 

Please see the attached pictures - Exhibits C & D. These pictures were taken on 04-23-11 and 04-28-11; they indisputably disprove Shumaker’s findings.

 

Shumaker told you that Yorkville’s pipe on Douglas Ave had the capacity to handle all stormwater runoff from the Cemetery caused by all rainstorms of 3.8 inches or less. If so, why is this pipe backing-up water onto the Ross’ property after rainfalls of only 0.86 inches and 0.89 inches?

 

Shumaker told you the detention pond was large enough to hold all stormwater runoff from the Cemetery caused by all rainstorms of 5.4 inches or less. If so, why is the detention pond full and overflowing after rainfalls of only 0.86 inches and 0.89 inches? ...

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