Rescheduling Request for FY 2007, Project 200301300

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Section 1: General Administrative Information
BPA Project Number: 200301300
BPA Project Name: Grays River Watershed Assess
BPA Contract Number,
Release and Name
(if applicable):
No 1: 36924 Release: Contract Name: 2003-013-00 EXP GRAYS RIVER WATERSED ASSESS (CREST
COTR/BPA Project Manager: Anne Creason
Agency, Institution or Organization Requesting Rescheduling: Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce
Funding Type: unknown
Contact Person
First Name: Amy
Last Name Ammer
Address: 750 Commercial St, Room 205
City, State Zip: Astoria, OR 97103
Phone: (503) 325 - 0435
Fax: (503) 325 - 0459

Section 2: Financial Information/Budget for Rescheduled Activities
Original Budget for Rescheduled Activities FY 2007: $118,000
Proposed Budget for Rescheduled Activities FY 2008: $118,000
Explanation or Additional Information: Reschedule tasks/funds from 08 to 09. Reschedule portions of tasks E to 09.

Section 3: Financial Information/Budget for Rescheduled Activities
Activity Description Original Start Date Original End Date New Start Date New End Date Condition/Situation Creating the Need to Reschedule Cost What Will Enable the Work to be Achieved Now?
Reschedule some of Task E to allow for habitat complexing tasks to occur in 2009.   5/15/2008  5/14/2009  5/15/2009  5/14/2010  Design and permitting delays did not allow for construction of some planned structures in summer 2008.   $118,000  Design has been completed and permit applications have been submitted for environmental compliance.  

Please explain why the following alternative funding solutions are not feasible and would jeopardize the project:
Reducing existing scope of project
(i.e., eliminating some activities planned for FY 2008 to accommodate the FY 2007 activities)
Reducing the scope of the project would not allow for an appropriately scaled project; river system is very complex and requires a scale of implementation comparable to the scale of the river system and reach.
Shifting entire schedule
(i.e., deferring some FY 2008 activities to FY 2009 to avoid doubling up on activities this year)
The requested reschedule reflects a deferment of construction tasks so all tasks will occur during one summer.

Section 4: Documents Pertaining to this Reschedule
No documents are associated with this request