FAIRMONT STATE UNIVERSITY
ANNUAL REPORT 2017
SUBMITTED BY: STEPHANIE SLAUBAUGH
01/10/2018
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection MS4 Annual Reporting Form
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STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
DIVISION OF WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
MS4 ANNUAL REPORT FORM
For Stormwater Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s)
Please see instructions before completing this form. If you need more space than allowed, please attach a document.
Abbreviations
BMP = Best Management Practice
IDDE = Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
MCM = Minimum Control Measure
SWMP = Storm Water Management Program
TMDL = Total Maximum Daily Load
WV = West Virginia
I. Small MS4 Operator Information
1. Annual report reporting period:
2. Name of MS4:
3. Registration number:
4. Primary contact:
5. Title:
6. Mailing address:
7. City:
8. Zip code:
9. County:
10. Telephone number:
11. Email:
12. Does the MS4 discharge into impaired water bodies?
Yes
No
14. Has a TMDL been developed since your plan was approved?
Yes
No
III. Fiscal Reporting
16. Please provide total capital expenditures for this reporting period.
$
17. Please provide total operating expenditures for this reporting period.
$
January 2017 to January 2018
Fairmont State University
WVR030045
Stephanie Slaubaugh
Construction Project Manager
1201 Locust Ave
Fairmont
26554
Marion
(304) 367-4401
Stephanie.Slaubaugh@fairmontstate.edu
Our receiving stream is Coal Run. Per the 2014 integrated water quality monitoring & assessment report, it is impaired for fecal
colliform and pH.
FSU has an animal waste program on main campus. While animals are not permitted on inner campus or athletic fields, we do host
Pierpont’s veterinary technology program in Hunt Haught Hall. We have maintained two (2) denoted hot spots, both equipped with a
pet waste station and bags. Campus housing has a strict no animal policy that students agree to as part of their lease. We continue to
distribute our pet waste brochure to the Veterinary Tech students and at special events including pet washes and classroom
presentations.
This year’s dry weather inspections have not indicated any issues. FSU continues to work with various student groups, community
groups, and the City of Fairmont. FSU has been testing pH at our representative outfall since 2014 when became an MS4.
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IV. Coordination Efforts and Organization
20. Did any of your activities, BMPs, or measurable goals as outlined in your SWMP change during
the reporting period?
Yes
No
21. Do you anticipate any planned activities, BMPs, or goals as outlined in your SWMP to change
in the upcoming reporting period?
Yes
No
below, and attach detailed documentation of the changes, schedule of implementation, measurable goals, and
23. Is additional documentation attached?
Yes
No
Fairmont State has continued to develop its partnership with the City of Fairmont, City of Clarksburg,
MUB, WVU, and Make Marion Co. Shine. We have successfully launched our second educational booth
shared with the City of Fairmont and are looking at other joint educational opportunities. FSU began a
stream rehabilitation study of Coal Run with several students and Professor Mark Flood's expertise. This
will become an education partnership with the City of Fairmont and continue for upcoming semesters.
FSU continues annual cleanup events with Make Marion Co. Shine and Local organizations such as
Churches. FSU also continues and is expanding the Stream cleanup event with the City of Fairmont.
Stephanie Slaubaugh
(304) 367-4401
Stephanie.Slaubaugh@fairmontstate.edu
Our new Principal Executive Officer is Christa Kwiatkowski (interim) as of November 2017.
Our new Fairmont State President is Dr. Mirta M. Martin as of January 2018.
Attached is an updated organization chart showing these changes.
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24. Did you complete all the proposed activities and performance measures for this MCM for this
reporting period?
Yes
No
25. Contact:
26. Phone:
27. Were the proposed activities for developing a public education and outreach
program implemented?
Yes
Partially
No
29. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to developing the
education and outreach program for this reporting period? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p.
24, #3)
Yes
No
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
Stephanie Slaubaugh
(304) 367-4401
Our website provides information on MS4, FSU's SWMP and other important information. The website has a built in counter
and allows people to submit feedback. This year we had forty-three (43) hits and received one (1) feedback. We believe this
decline is due to the reworking of FSU's main website and are working to address visibility and function for departments such
as Environmental. FSU continues to use mass email communications, posters, display boards, weekly online updates. All
freshman in Fall 2017 received a stormwater educational brochure as part of their orientation packet. We also regularly stock
these brochures in three (3) buildings and track the number taken weekly. We hope to expand this to new employee
orientation packets through HR department. We continue to check our advertising posters (one per building) and replace as
needed. We shared an educational booth with the City of Fairmont at Fall Fest this year reaching many elementary and
middle school children. Our booth was complete with a rain garden demonstration. Students worked closely to analyze and
benchmark Coal Run's existing features, their findings were presented to the City of Fairmont and key FSU management.
Physical Plant staff and custodial received annual training and partook in a quiz to assess their retention of information on
SWMP, IDDE policy, E&SC policy, PPP and our spill cleanup procedures.
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Performance Measure 1b: Evaluation of effectiveness of public education and outreach efforts
31. Did you evaluate the effectiveness of the public education and outreach program?
Yes
Partially
No
32. How did you evaluate the effectiveness of the public education and outreach program in this reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #2)
33. Regardless of your answer to the previous question, have you identified new or better ways to
evaluate the public’s understanding of your program and water quality issues?
Yes
No
34. If yes, please describe any changes you would like to consider to improve your evaluation of effectiveness of
outreach.
Our website visits were tracked with the assistance of IT. In 2017 our hits decreased by forty-seven (47) due to changes made to all
of FSU's websites that effected visibility and maneuverability. The MS4 website is scheduled to be revamped in upcoming
re-branding phases. In 2017 we had forty-three (43) hits and one (1) submitted feedback. Ten (10) stormwater brochures were taken
since January 2017 showing there are interested students that are aware of stormwater pollution. This is 8 less than last year. These
reductions can also be contributed to FSU's significant enrollment decline last year. Seven hundred and Sixty-three (763) brochures
were provided to new freshman during orientation. Another sixty-nine (69) stormwater/pet waste brochures were handed out during
special presentations or events. Some include: Fall Fest, Solar Army club meetings, Student Government, Rotary Presentations,
Cleanup events and Welcome Back Ceremonies. Other children educational material was created including a pollution maze, and a
stormwater coloring sheet (100 handed out at fall fest). There have been multiple media coverage and newspaper articles
documenting the Coal Run Stream Rehab progress. This is an educational partnership with the City of Fairmont that is providing our
students hands-on real life experience. This project was also featured in a Falcon Spotlight video. The community feedback has been
wonderful. This project was also entered into the WVU IWSS Spring Conference. One stormwater poster is in each building in a
conspicuous place. Five (5) posters needed replaced this year. During all physical plant and custodial trainings, staff read through
documents, watched brief videos, had hands on training where applicable and finished by taking a short quiz to ensure they
comprehended the material.
Asking the public questions and them partaking in surveys has still generated the best results.
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35. Did you track and keep records of your outreach activities?
Yes
Partially
No
36. For print, radio, and television media activities, did you keep records that include
i) a description of the content or theme; ii) the date of completion of the
materials; iii) the date of release or distribution, and iv) the duration of air time or
publication? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
Yes
No
NA
37. Are your records available upon request?
Yes
No
NA
38. For pamphlets, brochures, and other finite printed products, did you keep records
that include: i) a description of the content or theme; ii) the date of completion of
the materials; iii) the date of release or distribution; iv) the location or placement
of the materials; and v) date of follow up visits to replenish or transition to the
next outreach product? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
Yes
No
NA
Anytime we identify an opportunity to educate students/faculty/staff and the community we take that
opportunity. Sometimes these impromptu conversations are the most rewarding.
Stephanie provides weekly updates that are posted online with scheduled events or what has been
completed. Stephanie also provides updates to the President's Cabinet weekly and they openly
discuss and evaluate the MS4 program.
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VII. MCM 2: Public Involvement and Participation (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 6-7)
40. Did you complete all the proposed activities and performance measures for this MCM for this
reporting period?
Yes
No
41. Contact:
42. Phone:
Performance Measure 2a: Opportunities for ongoing public involvement and participation in the SWMP
43. Did you create, or are you in the process of creating, ongoing opportunities for the public to
participate in the development, implementation, and updating of your SWMP?
Yes
No
44. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to creating and
maintaining ongoing opportunities for public involvement and participation for this reporting
period? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
45. If not, please describe the progress you did make towards achieving your goal(s), and any obstacles and possible
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
changes to your SWMP goals or schedule, please include them in Section V above.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #4)
46. List and briefly describe each of the activities undertaken during the reporting period to create ongoing
opportunities for the public to participate in your SWMP. (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
47. Describe how you evaluated the effectiveness of your public participation efforts (citizen attendance at public
hearings, requests for information on your SWMP, hotline activity, etc.).
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #2)
48. Describe the steps taken to ensure that public participation opportunities are ongoing and, if necessary,
additional program maintenance activities in future reporting periods to ensure continued participation
opportunities. (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #4)
Stephanie Slaubaugh
(304) 367-4401
The annual campus clean-up initiatives have been very productive. We again partnered with a local
church this year to clean up Locust Ave from campus to downtown. We also partnered with the City
and had students help with the stream cleanup of Hickman Run. FSU student government took
interest in litter on campus and requested additional recycle/waste cans in areas. Some old
receptacles were updated and new receptacles placed in some parking areas.
Weekly updates are provided to the President and Presidents cabinet. Online updates are also
available. We have branched out into social media and using FSU's online student portal for
advertising. We also have worked with departments to get MS4 reminders displayed on their
informational TVs for students. Stephanie reaches out to all faculty/staff once a semester to try and
schedule/plan upcoming student projects or events. FSU also has an online form that can be used to
provide input and it submits directly to the physical plant.
Any and all student/faculty/staff/community participation has been recorded. More individuals are
reaching out to Stephanie wanting to participate. For instance advertisement of the Coal Run Stream
Rehab initiative, lead to several students and Professor Mark Flood reaching out and are now
soaring with this project. FSU's SWMP and annual reports are provided online for anyone to access
and comment.
Continued supply of information to all parties through multiple media types. Continue to work with IT and marketing and graphics
department to help spread awareness and change the culture on campus. All of FSU's websites/online content is being updated
and/or rebranded. The MS4 page is upcoming this year, we are brainstorming and researching other Higher ED MS4 pages.
Centralized waste stations will be adopted 1/16/18. Not only was this a significant budget reduction for FSU but it also promotes
proper waste disposal and highlights our recycling program on campus, hopefully removing more recyclables from our waste
stream.
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Performance Measure 2b: Communications with community, watershed, and environmental organizations
49. Did you establish a program for routine communications with community based
watershed groups or other organizations?
Yes
Partially
No
50. Describe the steps taken to ensure that your programs for routine communications with community-based
watershed groups or other organizations are ongoing, or any additional program activities that you believe may
be required to ensure continued communications. (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #4)
51. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to creating
and maintaining ongoing communications with community based watershed
groups or other organizations for this reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
Partially
No
52. If not, please describe the progress you did make towards achieving your goal(s), and any obstacles and possible
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
changes to your SWMP goals or schedule, please include them in Section V above.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #4)
Performance Measure 2c: Public availability of SWMP and annual report
53. Did you make your SWMP and annual report available to the public?
Yes
No
54. If yes, please indicate the web address, or if a physical location, please indicate where it is and the process, if any,
required for the public to access it.
We work annually with Make Marion Co. Shine and REAP. We reach out to contacts as needed for
other resources. We continue periodic checkups with the City of Fairmont, Fairmont General
Hospital, WVU, City of Clarksburg, MUB, local engineers, and Fairmont Rotary. We hope to create
open forum and discussion with all partners in our community, so we can learn from each other.
There is not a community based watershed group within our area. But we have been working with
other community groups that are interested in bettering our area, including water ways.
FSU's SWMP and annual reports along with other useful information is provided at
https://www.fairmontstate.edu/adminfiscalaffairs/physical-plant/stormwater-program
All documents are also kept in hard copy in binders at the Physical Plant Main Office for review.
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VIII. MCM 3: Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 7-10)
55. Did you complete all the proposed activities and performance measures for this MCM for this
reporting period?
Yes
No
56. Contact:
57. Phone:
Performance Measure 3a: MS4 map
58. Were your proposed activities for creating and annually updating your MS4 map
for the reporting period implemented?
Yes
Partially
No
59. List and briefly describe the activities undertaken to either develop or update your MS4 map.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
Stephanie Slaubaugh
(304) 367-4401
The MS4 map was updated by Thrasher engineering. We also continued our plan to dye test/smoke
test storm drains in house to confirm or deny their routing. Two of Five sections have been
completed. Our CAD utility drawing was updated to reflect our observations.
FSU has intentions of cameraing lines to check pipe conditions and add more mapping data such as
depth. A few lines have been cameraed as needed. Still in open discussion with the City to see if we
can work out a deal to use their camera truck.
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Performance Measure 3b: Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) ordinance development
60. Has your municipality adopted an IDDE ordinance in accordance with the requirements of
the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section C.b.3.b)?
Yes
No
61. If not, please describe the activities or progress made in adopting or updating an existing ordinance and provide
an estimated date for adoption. (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
Performance Measures 3c and 3e: IDDE program implementation and assessment, and program tracking
62. Is your IDDE program fully implemented, including visual inspections based on a system of
prioritizing outfalls and procedures for characterizing discharges?
Yes
No
63. If no, please describe obstacles, if any, to implementation, and an estimate of when your program will be fully
implemented.
64. Were all your measurable goals met for implementing and evaluating an IDDE program
during this reporting period? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
65. How many field assessments were conducted during the reporting period?
66. How many illicit discharges were identified during the reporting period?
67. How would you characterize the type of illicit discharges found (sewer cross connections, spills, illegal dumping,
unaware residents, etc.)?
68. How would you characterize the type of pollutants discovered in illicit discharges (oil and grease, fecal coliform,
chlorine, paints, etc.)? Name the top five pollutants discovered or uncovered by your IDDE program.
69. How many corrective actions were taken to remove illicit discharges?
70. How many enforcement actions were initiated to eliminate illicit discharges into the storm
sewer system?
71. Have you attached additional documentation to better identify the nature and extent of the
program activities and accomplishments?
Yes
No
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No illicit discharges were identified or reported.
Oil has been our largest contributor in the past.
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Performance Measure 3d: Public education on hazards of illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste
72. Did you conduct any activities for educating the public on hazards of illegal
discharges for this reporting period? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
Partially
No
73. List and briefly describe each of the education and outreach activities undertaken during this reporting period.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
74. Were any of these activities included in the public education and outreach efforts described in
MCM 1?
Yes
No
75. How did you evaluate the effectiveness of the activities described in the list above?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #2)
76. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to educating the public
on hazards of illegal discharges for this reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
77. If not, please describe the progress you did make towards achieving your goal(s), and any obstacles and possible
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
changes to your SWMP goals or schedule, please include them in Section V above.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #4)
FSU has educated our community of our efforts and what to do when a spill is spotted and how to
report.
IDDE training was provided for all Physical Plant staff and custodian workers. Including what to look
for, proper cleanup and PPE, and how to report. These steps are part of our spill response plan. We
also have trained our staff on our PPP and good housekeeping efforts, this helps to eliminate
potential discharge concerns. We maintain our outfalls and roadways. Campus roadways were
swept seven (7) times in 2017.
A short quiz was created and administered after review of the policy. This training was supported by
the decrease in discharges. FSU continues to be proactive as opposed to reactive.
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Performance Measure 3f: Training for municipal staff on identification, reporting, and elimination of illicit discharges
78. Have you developed a program to train municipal employees on illicit discharges?
Yes
Partially
No
79. Did you conduct any municipal employee training during this reporting period?
Yes
No
80. List and briefly describe the training activities conducted during the reporting period.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
81. How did you evaluate the effectiveness of the training activities? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #2)
82. How many municipal employees were trained to identify and report illicit discharges?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #2)
83. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to training municipal
employees on IDDE procedures for this reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
84. If not, please describe the progress you did make towards achieving your goal(s), and any obstacles and possible
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
changes to your SWMP goals or schedule, please include them in Section V above.
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #4)
Twenty five (25) employees received training on our IDDE policy, E&S Policy and PPP. (We are down
4 full time employee positions due to budget cuts) An hour long training was provided to all employees.
A copy of the IDDE policy was provided to the new hires. A review of the policy was conducted as well
as what to look for and how to report. A short video was also shown reviewing different types of
discharges. Hands on training was provided by our Safety Manager with our spill kits that are in each
state vehicle and several other locations. The Safety Manager also went over proper PPE and how to
clean the spill safely. A brief quiz was administered at the end of the training as well as a Q&A session
with good dialog.
Through the amount of people who participated and the knowledge retained for the quiz. Also with
our actions and decrease in ID reports.
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85. Did you complete all proposed activities and performance measures for this MCM for this
reporting period?
Yes
No
86. Contact:
87. Phone:
88. Has your municipality adopted a construction site runoff control ordinance in
accordance with the requirements of the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II
Section C.b.4.a)?
Yes
Partially
No
89. If a program ordinance has not been adopted, have the proposed activities for
developing and implementing an ordinance to address stormwater runoff from
construction sites been implemented?
Yes
Partially
No
91. Has your construction site ordinance been reviewed and/or updated to include
any new criteria during the reporting period?
Yes
Partially
No
92. Is your construction site program being fully implemented to include provisions
for: i) plan review, ii) routine site inspections, iii) enforcement, and iv) record
keeping and reporting?
Yes
Partially
No
93. Please indicate the number of plan approvals during the reporting period.
94. Please indicate the number of construction site inspections during the reporting period.
95. Please indicate the number of enforcement actions during the reporting period (can attach
document).
96. Are enforcement records maintained and available upon request?
Yes
Partially
No
97. Is there adequate funding to fulfill the program implementation requirements
required by the WV MS4 2009 General Permit?
Yes
Partially
No
99. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to developing or
implementation and assessment of a construction site runoff control program for this
reporting period? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
Stephanie Slaubaugh
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We required the site contractor to also perform site inspections and maintain logs. All construction
was completed early Spring 2017. Grass stabilized, and a Notice of Termination was submitted on
8/18/17, we've received no response. However, we've continued testing at the construction
representative out fall and have consistently been within parameters. We will not continue to test this
outfall into 2018 unless otherwise instructed.
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101. Did you complete all proposed activities and performance measures for this MCM for this
reporting period?
Yes
No
102. Contact:
103. Phone:
104. Has your municipality adopted a stormwater management ordinance in
accordance with WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section C.5.a.ii.A)?
Yes
Partially
No
106. Does your (proposed) ordinance include language incorporating the development incentives
described in the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section C.5.a.ii.A.3)?
Yes
No
107. Does your (proposed) ordinance include language incorporating the off-site mitigation or fee-
in lieu alternatives to on-site BMP implementation as described in the WV MS4 2009 General
Permit (Part II Section C.5.a.ii.A.4)?
Yes
No
108. Have you developed a process for reviewing and updating your ordinance and program
implementation to address the adequacy of provisions for: i) requiring runoff volume
reduction on new and redevelopment sites, ii) plan review, iii) BMP construction and
maintenance inspections, iv) enforcement, v) inventory and tracking, and vi) record keeping
and reporting?
Yes
No
109. How many projects were reviewed during the reporting period?
111. Provide a summary of the number and types of stormwater BMPs approved in new and redevelopment projects
during the reporting period. Please list the BMPs according to the BMP specification number from the WV
Stormwater Management Manual (2012). (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 18, #3)
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Construction of the new University Terrace apartments was completed Spring 2017. We waiting for
the grass and vegetation to reach 80% with some reseeding and submitted a NOT on 8/18/17. This
project has been completed.
4.2.1 Sheet Flow to Vegetated filter strips, 4 locations, approx. 990 linear feet, 3 ft. wide (complete)
4.2.6 Infiltration
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114. How many maintenance agreements were approved during the reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 18, #4)
115. Were any maintenance agreements recorded at the county courthouse?
Yes
No
117. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to developing and/or
implementing and assessing a stormwater management program for this reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
We only have the one construction project that was ongoing from the previous two years. The
existing site was a 210 space parking lot and now has been re-purposed for campus housing with a
large green quad and other landscape features. This project qualified for development incentives but
they were not used. The design is around 1" capture of rainfall, no deductions were taken. This
project was completed. NOT submitted 8/18/17.
None.
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Three (3) inspections were conducted by FSU personnel because the project was completed early
Spring 2017. As part of the contract, the contractor was responsible for stormwater inspections. This
was ongoing from the start of construction, May 2015. The most common issues were silt fence
infractions. This project is complete and the NOT submitted 8/18/17.
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119. Does a local ordinance or equivalent document incorporate the watershed
protection elements described in WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section
C.5.a.i.A)?
Yes
Partially
No
121. Minimize impervious cover.
122. Preserve, protect, create, and
restore ecologically sensitive
areas.
123. Implement practices that
prevent or reduce thermal
impacts to streams.
124. Seek to avoid or prevent
hydromodification of water
bodies caused by development.
125. Minimize impacts to existing
vegetation (especially trees).
126. Minimize impacts to native
undisturbed soils.
128. Were the proposed activities for assessing the current street design guidelines and parking
requirements implemented?
Yes
No
Built in to FSU's stormwater management policy
Built into FSU's stormwater management policy
Built into FSU's stormwater management policy
Built into FSU's stormwater management policy
Built into FSU's stormwater management policy
Built into FSU's stormwater management policy
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130. Did you complete all the required performance measures for this MCM for this reporting
period?
Yes
No
131. Contact:
132. Phone:
133. Were the proposed activities for developing a pollution prevention and good
housekeeping program for municipal operations implemented?
Yes
Partially
No
135. Do you have a pollution prevention plan for each of your municipal facilities as required by the
WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section C.b.6.a)?
Yes
No
136. Do you have an inspection schedule for conducting inspections at your municipal facilities as
required by the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section C.b.6.a)?
Yes
No
137. Are you tracking and maintaining records of inspection and maintenance activities for each
municipal facility as required by the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II Section C.b.6.a)?
Yes
No
139. How many inspections were conducted at each municipal facility during the reporting period?
141. Were these problems corrected? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
Yes
No
Stephanie Slaubaugh
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Physical Plant staff provided street and parking cleaning and routine stormwater system cleaning.
Also inspected and cleaned all roof drains. Worked out a plan with the City and they ran their street
sweeper on the main loop road through campus for us. Campus was swept a total of seven (7) times
in 2017.
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No illicit discharges were observed/reported. In the past oil leaks from equipment or vehicles have
been common.
No other problems have been found.
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142. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to developing a
pollution prevention and good housekeeping program for municipal operations for this
reporting period? (WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
144. Were the proposed activities for developing a pollution prevention and good
housekeeping training program for municipal employees implemented as
described in the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II, Section C.b.6.c)?
Yes
Partially
No
145. Were the proposed activities for implementing a pollution prevention and good
housekeeping training program for municipal employees implemented as
described in the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II, Section C.b.6.c)?
Yes
Partially
No
146. Did municipal employees receive training in accordance with the guidelines
described in the WV MS4 2009 General Permit (Part II, Section C.b.6.c)?
Yes
Partially
No
147. How many employees received training during the reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #1)
148. Are you maintaining records of all municipal training activities (including training agendas,
learning objectives, instructor qualifications, sign in sheets, etc.)?
Yes
No
certified in specific good housekeeping skills, measurable improvements in cost or performance of facility
150. Did you achieve all the goals that you identified in your SWMP related to training municipal
employees on pollution prevention and good housekeeping for this reporting period?
(WV MS4 2009 General Permit, p. 24, #3)
Yes
No
solutions such as revised implementation schedules or revised measurable goals. If you are proposing any
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All physical plant employees and custodians received training this year.
Other departments such as Roads and Grounds reviewed multiple times with their immediate
supervisor. All trainings were recorded in our log. The effectiveness of their better housekeeping
skills shows in our inspection reports and reported ID log.
MS4 Organizational Chart
City of Fairmont
Mike Bragg
(304) 366-0540
Fairmont State University
President Mirta Martin & BOG
Principal Executive Officer
Christa Kwiatkowski (Interim)
(304) 367-4111
Overall Program Implementation & Coordination:
Tom Tucker
(304) 367-4139
FSU Responsible Person
Stephanie Slaubaugh
(304) 367-4401
Oversees Maintenance Oversees Roads & Grounds Oversees Safety
Donnie Strand Jamie Colanero Craig Crimm
(304) 367-4811 (304) 367-4165 (304) 367-4290
Connie Anderson; WV DEP- DWWM (304) 926-0499 Ext. 1073
Jason Ely; WV DEP (304) 288-4632
DEP Pleasant Valley Office (304) 368-3960
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