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Table of contents: Cover memo: Technical Analyses and Screening of Potential Flood Capital Projects for Safe, Clean Water Program, from Sara Duckler and Edward Drury to Safe, Clean Water Team, Nov. 2, 2011 -- List of Attachments -- Table 1. Summary of Technical Findings on Candidate Capital Projects -- Appendix A. Summary of Findings and Status for Candidate Creek Reaches (as of October 31, 2011) -- Appendix B. Flood Protection and Stream Stewardship Master Plan 2010, Chapter 4 "Needs and Opportunities" -- Appendix C. Brief Descriptions of Candidate Capital Flood Projects -- Appendix D. Economic Damage Modeling & 1% Floodplain Maps -- Appendix E. Hydrology -- Appendix F. Hydraulic Analyses of Selected Candidate Capital Projects -- Appendix G. Average Annual Damages - Calculation Methodology -- Appendix H. Revised CIP Scoring Sheets for Updated Flood Capital Reaches -- Appendix I. Memoranda of Specific Findings - Canoas and San Tomas Aquino Creeks -- Appendix J. New Capital Project Proposals -- Appendix K. Proposed Capital Natural Flood Protection Projects for Safe, Clean Water program (Goal 5) -- Appendix L. Details of Hydraulic Analyses (bound separately).
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