STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday, November 18, 1997 -- 10:30 a.m. (please note starting time)
First-Floor Hearing Room
Paul R. Bonderson Building
901 P Street, Sacramento
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Declaration of Quorum
Public Forum. (Any member of the public may address and ask questions of the Board relating to any matter within the Board's jurisdiction, provided the matter is not on the Board's agenda, or pending before the Board or a Regional Board.)
The Board will consider the minutes of the October 23, 1997 Board Meeting.
1-14. The Board will be asked to approve Items 1-14 at one time. (See below for description of items.)
CLEAN WATER PROGRAMS
15. Consideration of State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan Eligibility for Replacement of Previously Grant Funded Facilities; Trancas Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvement Project, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, SRF Loan Project No. C-06-4499-110. (The Board will consider whether to limit SRF eligibility to facilities which were not previously grant funded for the Trancas Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvement Project.)
16. Consideration of a Proposed Resolution Approving the CEQA Documentation and a Proposed Order Adopting Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirements (WDRs) for Discharges to Land by Small Domestic Wastewater Systems.) (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution and order.)
17. Consideration of a Proposed Order Denying the Petition for Reconsideration Filed by Charles Kluge Regarding Applications to Appropriate Water From Adobe Creek Reservoir in Lake County. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed order denying the petition for reconsideration.)
18. Status Report by Lester Snow on CALFED Activities. (Information Item)
JIM STAFFORD AWARD --(Item 19 will be heard at 2 p.m. )
19. Presesntation of Jim Stafford Administrative Excellence Award.
Uncontested items are expected to be routine and non-controversial. They will be acted upon by the Board, at one time, without discussion. If any Board Member, staff, or interested person requests that an item be removed from the Uncontested Items Calendar, it will be taken up in the regular agenda order.
CLEAN WATER PROGRAMS.
1. Consideration of Proposed Resolution Amending the Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund Priority List Amendment No. 47. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution amending the priority list.)
2. Consideration of Proposed Amendment of State Revolving Fund (SRF) Policy to Allow Design-Build Projects.) (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution approving SRF policy amendments to allow funding for design-build projects.)
3. Consideration of Amendments to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Classification, Operator Certification, and Contract Operator Registration Regulations. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the amendments to Title 23 and transmit the proposed regulations to the Office of Administrative Law.)
4. Consideration of Proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Between Department of Health Services, U. S. Department of Agriculture Rural Utilities Services and California Department of Housing and Community Development and State Water Resources Control Board Regarding Administration and Funding of Small Community Projects Seeking Financial Assistance from Multiple Funding Sources. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution authorizing the Board Chairman to sign the MOU on behalf of the Board.)
5. Consideration of Approval of a State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan for the City of San Jose, South Bay Water Recycling (Program, Phase I, SRF Loan Project No. C-06-4220-110 through -190, -310, and -320. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution to approve an additional $40 million SRF loan to the City of San Jose.)
6. Consideration of a State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan for Combined Sewer System Improvement Project, City of Sacramento, SRF Loan Project No. C-06-4441. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution approving the loan.)
7. Consideration of Approval of a State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan for the City of San Diego, Point Loma Central Boiler Facility and Piping Gallery Project, SRF Loan Project No. C-06-4542-110. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution approving the loan.)
8. Consideration of Approval of a State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan for the City of San Diego, South Bay Water Reclamation Plant, SRF Loan Project No. C-06-4119. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution approving the loan.)
9. Consideration of an Amendment to the Definition of Motor Vehicle Fuel Tank to Include All Underground Storage Tanks Containing Petroleum Products. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution amending the regulation defining a motor vehicle fuel tank.)
10. Consideration of Repeal of the Regulatory Requirement to Line the Interior of an Underground Storage Tank Before Installing a Bladder to Meet the 1998 Upgrade Requirements. See Sections 2662 and 2664 of California Code of Regulations. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution adopting regulations repealing the interior lining requirements.)
11. Consideration of Approval of Recommitment and Exchange of State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan Commitment from FFY 1998 to FFY 1999 and FFY 2000, SRF Loan to San Luis Obispo County Service Area No. 9, Los Osos/Baywood Park Wastewater SRF Project No. C-06-4014-110. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution approving the recommitment and exchange of funding year designation.)
12. Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the Executive Director to Negotiate, Execute and Amend, if Necessary, a Reimbursable Contract With the Sonoma County Water Agency on Behalf of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. (The Board will consider whether to approve the proposed resolution)
13. Consideration of an Interagency Agreement Between the State Board and the Office of the Secretary for Environmental Protection to Provide Funding for Support Activities for the California Environmental Protection Agency. (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed resolution.)
WATER QUALITY PETITION
14 . In the Matter of the Petition of Lloyd Carter and Patrick Porgans, Bay Institute of San Francisco, et al., and United States Fish and Wildlife Service for Review of Waste Discharge Requirements Adopted by and Environmental Impact Reports Certified by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Region, for 14 Tulare Lake Basin Agricultural Drainage Dischargers. SWRCB/OCC File A-858, A0858(a) and A-858(b). (The Board will consider whether to adopt the proposed order accepting a settlement agreement, modifying waste discharge requirements and revising Board Order WQ 96-07.)
Consideration of Petitions for Writ of Mandate Against the State Water Resources Control Board in: (A) Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, et al. V. State Water Resources Control Board, Case No. 32519 and Case No. 32530 and (B) Sierra Club, et al. V. State Water Resources Control Board, Case No. 105610, Monterey County Superior Court. (This is authorized under Government Code Section 11126(e)(1).)
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