August 31, 2017 City Council Regular Meeting
Motion to Approve Agreement (Second Amendment) with Greenfield Environmental Savannah Trust, LLC Concerning the Former Deptford Landfill Site

This is an agreement (the “Second Amendment”) between Greenfield Environmental Savannah Trust, LLC, as Trustee of the Savannah Environmental Response Trust and the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah and Sulfco, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dulany Industries, Inc. (“Sulfco”) regarding the former Deptford Landfill site. This Second Amendment amends the Work Management and Cost-Sharing Agreement at the Former Deptford Landfill Site dated June 23, 2003, regarding the Site. The Parties have agreed to procure EPD’s approval to the original corrective action plan (CAP) as a way to facilitate the construction, installation and maintenance of a solar farm project on a portion of the Site.

This Second Amendment memorializes and sets forth the Parties’ agreement on the allocation and payment of all present and future costs, fees and expenses associated with the Deptford Site, specifically as it pertains to only those costs related to completing the construction work as described in the amended corrective action plan (CAP) submitted to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (GAEPD) dated July 21, 2017 to facilitate the construction, installation and maintenance of a solar farm. The parties have been informed that costs associated with completing the work associated with the CAP Amendment to facilitate the solar farm are estimated to $350,000.00. The City shall be responsible for 28.5% of the CAP Amendment Shared Costs (but limited to no more than $100,000 in total) and the Property Owner shall be responsible for 71.5% of the CAP Amendment Shared Costs.



Heath Lloyd, Public Works and Water Resources
Financial Impact
Not to exceed $100,000.00
Review Comments
Final Order 40161 Community Solar.pdf
Community Solar - City of Savannah.pdf
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