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The Agenda for this meeting begins on the next page.
1. Introductions, pledge of allegiance, and approval of minutes of the 437th Regular Meeting of 26 January 2001.
2. Meeting Rules and Procedures
3. Staff Recognition
4. Board Member Communications - Regional Board Members and the State Board Liaison Member may discuss meetings, communications, correspondence, or other items of general interest relating to matters within the Board's jurisdiction. There will be no voting or formal action taken.
6. Public Forum - Any member of the public may address the Board on any matter within the Board's jurisdiction and not scheduled for consideration at this meeting (5 minute time limit per subject) - 1:00 p.m.
7. FY 2001-2002 State Revolving Fund Loan Program Priority List - >Consideration of Adoption [Karen Niiya (916) 255-3362]
8. Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill,TRC Companies Inc. and GBF Holdings, LLC., Contra Costa County - Consideration of Cease and Desist Order [Ross Atkinson (916) 255-3814]
9. Royal Mountain King Mine, Meridian Beartrack Company, Meridian Gold Company, R.E. and Mamie Lee Grimes Ruel and Laverne Wilson and Felix Mining Company, Calaveras County - Consideration of Revised Waste Discharge Requirements and Cease and Desist Order [Polly Lowry (916) 255-3127]
WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS
10. Imperial Sugar Company, Holly Sugar Company dba, Spreckels Sugar Company
- Consideration of Waste Discharge Requirements for the following facilities:
11. Consideration of Two Food Processing Waste Discharge Requirements
[Wendy Wyels (916) 255-3135]
12. Tuolumne Utilities District, Sonora Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, And Jamestown Sanitary District, Jamestown Wastewater Treatment Plant, Quartz Reservoir Discharges, Tuolumne County - Consideration of New NPDES Permit [Joseph Henao (916) 255-3028]
13. City of Vacaville, Easterly Wastewater Treatment Plant, Elmira, Solano County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal and Cease and Desist Order [Renan Jauregui (916) 255-3030]
Friday, 16 March 2001 - 8:30 a.m. INTRODUCTIONS
14. Introductions, and pledge of allegiance.
15. The Board will be asked to approve items 32 through 37 with no discussion if no one is here to testify about them; see pages 4, 5 & 6 for description/listing of items - 8:30 a.m.
16. Procter and Gamble Manufacturing Company, Sacramento County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal [Ryan Lodge (916) 255-3114]
17. Sacramento County Public Works Agency, Kiefer Landfill Ground Water Extraction and Treatment System, Sacramento County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal [Ryan Lodge (916) 255-3114]
18. City of Willows, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Glenn County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal [Kyle Ericson (916) 255-3060]
19. City of Davis, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Yolo County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal [Kathy Harder (916) 255-3378]
20. Nevada County Sanitation District No. 1, Cascade Shores Wastewater Treatment Plant, Nevada County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal [Christyl Escarda (916) 255-3061]
21. United Auburn Indian Community, Auburn Rancheria Casino Wastewater Treatment Plant, Placer County - Consideration of New NPDES Permit [Elizabeth Thayer (916) 255-3071]
WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS
22. City of Loyalton, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Sierra County - Consideration of Revised Waste Discharge Requirements and Rescission of Cease and Desist Order [Molly Hennessey (916) 255-3381]
23. City of Marysville, Wastewater Treatment and Reclamation Facility, Yuba County - Consideration of Updated Waste Discharge Requirements [Dan Little (916) 255-2974]
24. Mariani Packing Company, Incorporated, Plant No. 2, Prune Dehydrator, Yuba County - Consideration of Waste Discharge Requirements [George Lockwood (916) 255-3054]
25. Regulation of Municipal Wastewater Discharges to Land - A Status Report [Bert Van Voris (559) 445-5079]
26. Rexland Acres Community, Kern County - Consideration of a Resolution Approving and Accepting the Kern County Health Officer's Declaration of Potential Water Pollution and a Time Schedule [Jo Anne Kipps (559) 445-5035]
27. Department of Pesticide Regulation's Management Practices for Rice Pesticides - Consideration of Approval of Practices for the 2001 through 2003 Rice Seasons [Rudy Schnagl (916) 255-3101]
28. Central Valley Region Abandoned and Recalcitrant Site Priority List for FY 2001-2002- Consideration of Adoption [Gordon Lee Boggs (916) 255-3139]
29. Restructure Petroleum Marketing Services Inc., Day and Nite Mini Marts Inc. and Mother Load Real Investors, 39 Preston Avenue, Ione, Amador County - Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Order [Kirk Larson (916) 255-3134]
30. Richard Wilmshurst and Louise B. Hall Wilmshurst Trust, Former Underground Storage Tanks at 238 West St. Charles Street, San Andreas, Calaveras County - Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Order [Kirk Larson (916) 255-3134]
31. Closed Session - The Regional Board may meet in closed session to consider personnel matters [Authority: Government Code Section 11126(a)], to discuss either matters in litigation or decisions to initiate litigation [Authority: Government Code Section 11126(e)], or to deliberate on a decision to be reached based upon evidence introduced in a hearing [Authority: Government Code Section 11126(c)(3) Items that may be discussed: CVRWQCB v. Masami Cattle Ranch, Inc. et al., Tehama County Superior Court Case No. 47049; CVRWQCB v. Cedar Point Properties, et al, Plumas County Superior Court Case No. 19897; United States v. Aerojet-General Corporation, et al., CIVS 86-08083 and CVRWQCB et al. v. Aerojet-General Corporation, et al, County of Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 286073, Consolidated with Case Nos. 288302 and 291981; American States Water Company, et al., v. CVRWQCB et al., Sacramento County Superior Court Case No. 99 AS 05947; Regents of the University of California v. CVRWQCB, Yolo County Case No. PT98-1540; Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District v. State Water Resources Control Board, et al., Sacramento County Superior Court Case No. 98CS01702, State of California, Department of Toxic Substances Control and CVRWQCB v. Iron Mountain Mines, Inc. et al., U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Calif., Case No. CIV-S-91-1167-DFL-PAN and United States v. Iron Mountain Mines, Inc. et al., U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Calif., Case No. S-91-0768 DFL/JFM; State of California ex rel California Integrated Waste Management Board et al. v. Edward Joseph Filbin et al. (Filbin Tire Fire); Franklin Tract Land Owners Assoc. v. SWRCB, et al., Sacramento County Superior Court No. 98CS03286.
Adjourn to the 26/27 April 2001 meeting in Fresno.
UNCONTESTED ITEMS CALENDAR
Uncontested items are expected to be routine and noncontroversial; recommendations will be acted on without discussion. If any interested party, Board, or staff member requests discussion, the item may be removed from the Uncontested Items Calendar and taken up in the regular agenda order, or in an order determined by the Board Chair - 8:30 a.m.
32. City of Placerville, Hangtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, El Dorado County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal and Cease and Desist Order [Kyle Ericson (916) 255-3060]
33. Uncontested NPDES Permits
a. Special Order for Southern California Edison Company, Balsam Meadow
Hydroelectric Project, Eastwood Powerhouse Facility, Fresno (revision)
WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS (Land Disposal)
34. Uncontested Water Recycling Requirements
a. Sierra Valley Ranch, Jack Sparrowk and RCK Ranches, LLC dba Sierra Valley
Ranch and Bar One Cattle Company, Sierra County (new)
35. Uncontested Waste Discharge Requirements Rescissions
a. The Texas Company, Coalinga Oil Field, Fresno County, Resolution No.
36. Uncontested Change of Name and/or Ownership for Waste Discharge Requirements
a. Chevron USA, Inc., Kern County, Order No. 58-512
37. Uncontested Waste Discharge Requirements
a. John Hancock Life Insurance Company, Inc. and Signature Fruit LLC,
Signature Fruit Plant No. 4, San Joaquin County (revision)