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Meeting Has Been Canceled - December 13, 2006 San Diego Regional Board Meeting

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA
REGIONAL WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD
SAN DIEGO REGION

AGENDA

Wednesday, December 13, 2006
9:00 a.m.

Water Quality Control Board
Regional Board Meeting Room
9174 Sky Park Court
San Diego, California

The Regional Board requests that all lengthy comments be submitted in writing in advance of the meeting date. To ensure that the Regional Board has the opportunity to fully study and consider written material, comments should be received in the Regional Board's office no later than 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 29, 2006, and should indicate the agenda item to which it is applicable. If the submitted written material is more than 5 pages or contains foldouts, color graphics, maps, etc., 20 copies must be submitted for distribution to the Regional Board members and staff. Written material submitted after 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 6, 2006 will not be provided to the Regional Board members and will not be considered by the Regional Board.

PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME ITEMS ON THE AGENDA MAY HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY NOTICED WITH EARLIER DEADLINES FOR SUBMITTING WRITTEN COMMENTS. IN THOSE CASES THE EARLIER DEADLINES APPLY.

Comments on agenda items will be accepted by email subject to the same conditions set forth for other written submissions as long as the total submittal (including attachments) does not exceed five printed pages in length. Email must be submitted to: rb9agenda@waterboards.ca.gov to insure consideration by the Regional Board. Type the word "Agenda" in the subject line.

Pursuant to Title 23, California Code of Regulations, Section 648.4, the Regional Board may refuse to admit written testimony into evidence if it is not submitted to the Regional Board in a timely manner, unless the proponent can demonstrate why he or she was unable to submit the material on time or that compliance with the deadline would create an unreasonable hardship.

NOTE C, attached to this Notice, contains a description of the hearing procedures that will be followed by the Regional Board. Hearings before the Regional Board are normally conducted using procedures that do not include cross-examination. Parties requesting use of more formal procedures must do so in accord with the directions in NOTE C. Any such request, together with supporting material, must be received in the Regional Board's office no later than 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 29, 2006.

Except for items designated as time certain, there are no set times for agenda items. Items may be taken out of order at the discretion of the Chairman.

1. Roll Call and Introductions

2. PUBLIC FORUM: Any person may address the Board regarding a matter within the Board's jurisdiction that is not related to an item on this Meeting agenda. Comments will generally be limited to three minutes, unless otherwise directed by the Chair. Any person wishing to make a longer presentation should contact the Executive Officer at least twenty days prior to the meeting. Comments regarding matters that are scheduled for a future Meeting will be restricted.

3. Minutes of Board Meetings: November 8, 2006.

4. Chairman's, Board Members', State Board liaison's and Executive Officer's Reports: These items are for Board discussion only. No public testimony will be allowed, and the Board will take no formal action.

5. Recognition: Resolution of Appreciation for Janet Keller (tentative Order No. R9-2006-0114) (John Robertus)

Consent Calendar: Items 6 through 9 are considered non-controversial issues. (NOTE: If there is public interest, concern or discussion regarding any consent calendar item or a request for a public hearing, then the item(s) will be removed from the consent calendar and considered after all other agenda items have been completed)

6. Waste Discharge Requirements: Sewage Collections Agencies in the San Diego Region. The Regional Board will consider adoption of an Order that will augment State Water Board Order No. R9-2006-003-DWQ and supersede current Regional Board Order No. 1996-004 reaffirming the Regional Board's prohibition of sanitary sewer overflows. (Tentative Order No. R9-2006-0121) (Joann Cofrancesco)

7. NPDES Permit Reissuance: Waste Discharge Requirements for the Jack and Mark Stiefel Dairy, Domenigoni Valley, Riverside County (tentative Order No. R9-2006-0096, NPDES Permit No. CA0109011) (Charles Cheng)

8. Consideration of Settlement Offer: Palmilla, LLC and Glenwood Development Co. Construction site at Jackson Avenue and Nutmeg Street, Murrieta. Alleged violation of Directive No. 3 of Cleanup and Abatement Order (CAO) No. R9-2005-0259. The Regional Board will consider adopting a resolution (tentative Resolution No. R9-2006-0129) consisting of:

A. Approval of Glenwood Development Co.'s payment of $15,000 to the State Board's Cleanup and Abatement Account in settlement of all outstanding liability associated with the alleged violation of CAO Directive No. 3; and

B. Amendment of the CAO to extend the deadline for completion of CAO Directive No. 3 to July 31, 2008. (Tentative Addendum No. 1 to CAO No. R9-2005-0259.) (Frank Melbourn)

9. Rescission of Waste Discharge Requirements: United States Marine Corps, Class II Waste Management Unit, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton (tentative Order No. R9-2006-0086) (Amy Grove)

Remainder of the Agenda (Non-Consent Items):

Time Certain 10. Consideration of adoption of the San Diego County Municipal Storm Water Permit,
10:30 a.m. Waste Discharge Requirements for Discharges of Urban Runoff from the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) Draining the Watersheds of the County of San Diego, the Incorporated Cities of San Diego County, the San Diego Unified Port District, and the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (NPDES Permit No. CAS0108758)). A public hearing for this item was held June 21, 2006: Oral comments will be accepted on modifications to the Tentative Order that have been made following the public hearing. Time allotted for oral comments may be limited at the discretion of the Chairman. The written comment period for this item is closed. (Tentative Order No. R9-2006-0011) (Phil Hammer)

11. Executive Session - Discussion of Ongoing Litigation
The Regional Board may meet in closed session to discuss ongoing litigation for the following cases:

Divers' Environmental Conservation Organization v. State Water Resources Control Board, San Diego Superior Court, Case No. GIC819689. Petition for Writ of Mandate challenging waste discharge requirements for U.S. Navy, Naval Station San Diego based on absence of numeric effluent limits for toxic pollutants in discharges of storm water.

Schutte & Koerting, Inc. and Ametek, Inc. v. California State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region. San Diego Superior Court, Case No. GIC 822750. Verified Petition for Writ of Mandate for Breach of Contract.

Schutte & Koerting, Inc. and Ametek, Inc. v. California State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region. San Diego Superior Court, Case No. GIC 824706. Verified Petition for Writ of Mandate for Breach of Contract.

People of the State of California Ex Rel. the Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region v. Robert Ortega, an individual in his capacity as Acting Commissioner of the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States Section, et al.. United States District Court, Southern District of California, Case No. 01-CV-027BTM(JFS); violation of effluent limits in waste discharge requirements for the International Wastewater Treatment Plant contained in Order No. 96-50 (NPDES No. CA0108928) and of Cease and Desist Order No. 96-52; Referral Order No. 99-61

San Diego Unified School District, a public school district, Plaintiff v. County of San Diego, a public entity, San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board, a public entity and DOES 1 through 25, inclusive, Defendants. Superior Court of the State of California for the County of San Diego, Case No. GIC840390; First Amended Complaint for: 1) Breach of Contract-Lease Agreement, 2) Breach of Contract- Sharing Agreement, 3) Quantum Meruit; 4) Express Indemnity; 5) Implied Indemnity and Contribution; 6) Equitable Indemnity Contribution; 7) Nuisance; 8) Trespass; 9) Inverse Condemnation; 10) Preliminary and Permanent Injunction; 11) Declaration of Relief Against the County of San Diego; and 12) Declaration of Relief Against the Regional Water Board and County.

12. Executive Session - Consideration of Initiation of Litigation
The Regional Board may meet in closed session to consider initiating criminal prosecution against persons who are alleged to have violated the Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control or the federal Clean Water Act. (John Robertus)

13. Executive Session - Discussion of Pending Litigation
The Regional Board may meet in closed session to discuss pending litigation.

14. Executive Session - Personnel
The Regional Board may meet in closed session to consider personnel matters involving exempt employees [Authorized under Government Code Section 11126(a)]

15. Arrangements for Next Meeting and Adjournment

Wednesday, February 14, 2007 - 9:00 a.m.
Water Quality Control Board
Regional Board Meeting Room
9174 Sky Park Court
San Diego, California

Notifications

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 30-DAY NOTICES (A-M)

A. Proposed UST Closure - Site 14131, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Groundwater Sampling Report and Request for Closure, UST Site 14131, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California" prepared by SES-TECH dated November 1, 2006. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former underground storage tank (UST). Corrective action included the excavation and proper disposal of contaminated soil. The following groundwater samples indicated the residual concentrations of hydrocarbons do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files and CAP are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of completed corrective action as required by California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 23, Division 3, Chapter 16, Article 11, Section 2728(a). Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 13, 2006. (Robert Pierce)

B. Proposed UST Closure - Site 210620, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Groundwater Sampling Report and Request for Closure UST Site 210620 Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California" prepared by SES-TECH dated November 7, 2005. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former underground storage tank (UST). The site is located west of Interstate 5 and the ground-water table is approximately 50 feet below grade at the site. Since the removal of the leaking USTs in 1997, various activities including site assessment, remedial action by soil vapor extraction, and ground-water monitoring have been conducted in order to mitigate the MtBE contaminated soil and ground water. The latest ground-water monitoring results indicate that the maximum concentration of MtBE remaining at the site is 220 µg/L as detected in the monitoring well approximately 360 feet south of the former USTs. Based on the existing information, the residual concentrations of MtBE do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Helen Yu)

C. Proposed UST Closure - Site 53670-1, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Environmental Site Assessment Report Underground Storage Tank (UST) Site 53670-1 Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California" prepared by Brown and Caldwell dated September 1999. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former UST. Site assessment was conducted in March 1999, and the results indicate that soil contamination remaining at the site is approximately 25 yd3, with the maximum concentration of total recoverable petroleum hydrocarbon (TRPH) of 1,684 mg/kg detected at 2.5 feet below grade. No evidence of ground-water contamination was observed. Based on the existing information, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Helen Yu)

D. Proposed UST Closure - Site 52710, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Report on Additional Site Investigation and Request for Closure, UST Site 52710 Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California" prepared by SES-TECH dated September 11, 2006. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former UST. Site assessment was performed in 2000 and 2006, respectively, to investigate the lateral and vertical extents of soil and ground-water contamination and no contamination was found remaining at the Site. Therefore, the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Helen Yu)

E. Proposed UST Remedy - Site 1313, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Corrective Action Plan" (CAP) for underground storage tank (UST) Site 1313, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. The report, prepared by Battelle and dated September 20, 2006, provides alternative remedies for petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former USTs. In the CAP, the consultant recommends source area excavation and application of Oxygen Release Compound (ORC™) followed by additional well installation for monitoring natural attenuation of the plume. The case files and CAP are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed activities contained in a CAP as required by California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 23, Division 3, Chapter 16, Article 11, Section 2728(a). (Robert Pierce)

F. Proposed UST Closure - Site 22151, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Corrective Action Plan for Site 22151 (Includes: Documentation of Interim Remedial Action Activities), Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton" prepared by Battelle dated March 28, 2001. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former underground storage tank (UST). Groundwater conditions have since been continually monitored at site 22151 in association with a release at nearby gas stations. Analysis of sampling data shows that residual soil contamination underneath site 22151 was not a threat to groundwater. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the completed corrective action per requirements of Title 23 CCR Chapter 16, Article 11, Section 2728(a). Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 13, 2006. (Robert Pierce)

G. UST Closure - Tank 7928, MCAS Miramar
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Remediation Report for Piping Repair at Tank 7928 Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, San Diego County, California" prepared by Westin Solutions dated May 2006. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the UST piping system. Site assessment was conducted in June 2005 and a removal action in March 2006. Approximately 140 cubic yards of petroleum impacted soil was removed. No evidence of ground-water contamination was observed. Based on the existing information, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. The Regional Board issued a no further action letter on October 17, 2006. (Laurie Walsh)

H. Proposed UST Closure - Fuel Area B, MCAS Miramar
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Remediation Report for Fuel Area B Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, San Diego County, California" prepared by Westin Solutions dated May 2006. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the UST piping system. Site assessment and a removal action were conducted between October 2003 and April 2004. Approximately 469 tons of petroleum impacted soil was removed. No evidence of ground-water contamination was observed. Based on the existing information, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Laurie Walsh)

I. Proposed UST Closure - Tank 1220, SW Div. Headquarters Bldg. 127 Naval Station SD
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Draft Site Characterization Report - Tank 1220, San Diego County, California" prepared by US Navy NAVFAC Engineering dated April 2005. In the report, the Navy recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former UST. A removal action was conducted in 1992. Approximately 240 cubic yards of petroleum impacted soil were removed. Less than 30 cubic yards of petroleum impacted soil remains in situ at concentrations greater than 46 mg/kg. No evidence of ground-water contamination was observed. Based on the existing information, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Laurie Walsh)

J. Proposed UST Closure - Ultramar Service Station #3743, 4405 Home Avenue, SD
The Tank Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Site Assessment and Closure Request Report" (August 2006) and the "Additional Information Request" (October 2006) for Underground Storage Tank (UST) Site Ultramar Service Station #3743, prepared by Kleinfelder. The property is owned by Joseph and Daniel Yoder, and is operated by Valero. In the closure reports, the consultant recommends no further action at the site. Site assessment was conducted in 1993, 1994, 2004. Subsurface pollution was remediated by removal of soil wastes containing petroleum constituents. However, approximately 13,000 cubic yards of soil with a maximum concentration of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon of 8,900 mg/kg remains at the Site. No groundwater was encountered in soil borings drilled to depths of to 56 feet below ground surface, and therefore, no evidence of groundwater pollution was found. Based on the existing information, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment, and the unauthorized release case may be closed. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Sue Pease)

K. Proposed UST Closure - Site 51811, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Environmental Site Assessment Report Underground Storage Tank (UST) Site 51811 Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton California" prepared by Parsons dated August 2000. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former UST. Site assessment was conducted in March through July 2000, and the results indicate that the majority of soil contamination is limited to approximately 400 cubic yards at depths of 9.0 to 22.5 feet. Maximum total recoverable petroleum hydrocarbon concentrations of 2,600 mg/kg and 11 mg/L respectively, were found at 20 feet below grade in soil and approximately 24 feet below grade in ground water. As long as the current site conditions are maintained, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment and the unauthorized release case may be closed. If current site conditions change, MCB Camp Pendleton is obligated to inform the Regional Board of those changes. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Helen Yu)

L. Proposed UST Closure - Site 1324, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Site Assessment Report, UST Site 1324, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California" prepared by General Dynamics dated October 31, 2006. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former UST. Site assessment was conducted in June 2006, and the results indicate that the majority of soil contamination is limited to approximately 28 cubic yards at depths of approximately 11 to 15.5 feet below ground surface (bgs), with the maximum TPH-D concentration of 9,800 mg/kg and the maximum naphthalene concentration of 5.5 mg/kg detected at 15.5 feet bgs. No evidence of ground-water contamination was observed. As long as the current site conditions are maintained, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment and the unauthorized release case may be closed. If current site conditions change, MCB Camp Pendleton is obligated to inform the Regional Board of those changes. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Helen Yu)

M. Proposed UST Closure - Site 1364, MCB Camp Pendleton
The Site Mitigation & Cleanup Unit has reviewed the "Final Site Assessment Report, UST Site 1364, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California" prepared by General Dynamics and dated October 27, 2006. In the report, the consultant recommends no further action at the site of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil as a result of an unauthorized release from the former UST. Site assessment was conducted in June 2006, and the results indicate that the majority of soil contamination is limited to approximately 75 cubic yards at depths of approximately 2.0 to 8.5 feet below ground surface (bgs), with the maximum TPH-D concentration of 5,400 mg/kg and the maximum naphthalene concentration of 1.9 mg/kg detected at 8.5 feet bgs. No evidence of ground-water contamination was observed. As long as the current site conditions are maintained, the residual concentrations of fuel constituents do not pose a threat to human health or the environment and the unauthorized release case may be closed. If current site conditions change, MCB Camp Pendleton is obligated to inform the Regional Board of those changes. The case files are available for public review by submitting a file review request to the Regional Board office. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's obligation to inform the public of the proposed actions pursuant to the State and Regional Boards' Public Participation guidance document. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification period, the Regional Board will issue a no further action letter after December 18, 2006. (Helen Yu)

N. The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Board) reviewed the letter Work Plan for Groundwater Monitoring, UST Site 12 (Former Building 1281), Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California prepared by Navy Public Works Center San Diego dated May 2006. Regional Board staff recommends the implementation of the work plan. This public notice fulfills the Regional Board's public participation obligation outlined in the California Code of Regulations, Title 23, Division 3, Chapter 16, Article 11, Section 2728. Provided no significant issues arise during the public notification process, the Regional Board will notify the Base of our acceptance of the Navy Public Works Center's recommendation for future environmental activities at the site. (Brian McDaniel)

O. 45-day notice: Pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 27 §21730(b), the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region is providing the following notice to consider adoption of tentative Addendum No. 5 to Order No. 97-11 "General Waste Discharge Requirements for Post-Closure Maintenance of Inactive Nonhazardous and Hazardous Waste Landfills within the San Diego Region." The Regional Board plans to schedule an agenda item, to receive public comments and consider adoption of tentative Addendum No. 5, during its regularly scheduled meeting on February 14, 2007. Tentative Addendum No. 5 to Order 97-11 would terminate the enrollment of the Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Camp Landfill. (Amy Grove)

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