CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS Anyone wishing to address the Board on Consent Calendar, Informational Items, Staff Reports or matters not listed on the agenda may do so during Oral Communications. Please limit your comment to three minutes. The public may comment on Action and Public Hearing items at the time they are considered by the Board.
CONSENT CALENDAR Routine items for which staff has prepared a recommendation. Approval of the Consent Calendar ratifies the staff recommendation. The public may address the Board on any Consent Calendar item during the Oral Communications portion of the meeting. Please limit your comments to three minutes.
1. Consider Approval of Minutes from the Regular Meeting of May 20, 2002.GENERAL MANAGER'S REPORT
2. Consider Article XIII(B) 2002-2003 Appropriations Limit
3. Consider Adoption of Resolution Accounting for Transfers Between Funds
4. Consider Authorization of Renewal of Automotive Maintenance Agreement with the City of Monterey for FY 2002-2003
5. Consider Authorization of Mitigation Funds to Replace A Gallery Pump at Sleepy Hollow Steelhead Rearing Facility
6. Consider Authorization of Option for Retroactive Cost-of-Living Salary Increases for District Staff Represented by LIUNA/UPEC, Local 270
7. Consider Authorization of Option for Retroactive Cost-of-Living Salary Increases for Unrepresented District Staff
8. Consider Adoption of Treasurer's Report for May 2002
9. Revised Agenda NumberingATTORNEY'S REPORT
10. Progress Report on Review of Protocol for Operations at Moore's Lake
11. Attorney's Report on Board Action Taken at May 20, 2002 Closed Session of the Board
12. Board Comments and ReferralsPUBLIC HEARINGS
13. Consider Adoption of July-September 2002 Water Supply Strategy and Budget
Action: The Board will consider approval of a proposed production strategy for the California-American Water Distribution System for the three-month period of July through September 2002. The strategy sets monthly goals for surface and ground water production from various sources within the California-American water system. Public comment will be received on this item.
14. Consider First Reading of Ordinance No. 104 -- An Ordinance of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Modifying Administrative Appeal ProcessesACTION ITEMS
Action: The Board will consider the first reading of an ordinance that: (1) allows Board members to call up appealable subordinate decisions for Board review without paying an appeal fee, and (2) eliminates reference to benefit assessments. Benefit assessments are no longer imposed on any property within the District, making this provision of the existing rules unnecessary. The Board will also review the City of Monterey's appeal process, discuss public notification of appealable decisions, and review how appeal processing fees are calculated. Public comment will be received on this item.
15. Consider Adoption of Fiscal Year 2002-2003 MPWMD BudgetINFORMATIONAL ITEMS/STAFF REPORTS The public may address the Board on Informational Items and Staff Reports during the Oral Communications portion of the meeting. Please limit your comments to three minutes.
Action: The Board will consider adoption of the budget that includes estimates of staff compensation, project expenses and revenue forecasts for the upcoming fiscal year. Public comment will be received on this item.
16. Present Time Line and Plan for Development of Ordinances Regarding Seaside Groundwater Basin Management
Action: The Board will review a time line and plan for development of ordinances that would regulate management of the Seaside Groundwater Basin. In addition, conceptual ordinances regarding basin management concepts will be presented. Public comment will be received on this item.
17. Receive Water Supply Forecast for Period of May 1, 2002 - September 30, 2003
Action: Staff will present information regarding available water storage as of May 1, 2002 and expected water demand through September 30, 2003. Based on this information, staff will recommend whether or not water demand reductions are needed at this time. Public comment will be received on this item.
18. Consider Authorization of Funds for Legal Services with De Lay & Laredo for Fiscal Year 2002-2003
Action: The Board will be asked to provide direction on whether to authorize a legal services agreement with De Lay & Laredo. Additional options for the provision of legal services will also be presented to the Board. Public comment will be received on this item.
19. Consider Postponement of Ratification of Appointments to the Carmel River Advisory Committee
Action: The Board will be asked to provide direction as to whether appointments to the Carmel River Advisory Committee should be postponed until a Board decision is made on the establishment of a new advisory or stakeholder process.
20. Letters ReceivedADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION As permitted by Government Code Section 54956 et seq., the Board may adjourn to a closed or executive session to consider specific matters dealing with pending or threatened litigation, certain personnel matters, or certain property acquisition matters.
21. Committee Reports
22. Strategic Plan Update
23. Monthly Water Supply Project Report
24. Carmel River Fishery Report
25. Water Conservation Program Report
26. Water Credit Transfer Report
27. Monthly Cal-Am Sales Report
28. Monthly Cal-Am Production Report
29. Monthly Allocation Report
30. Production Report - CAWD/PBCSD Wastewater Reclamation Project
31. Monthly Water Supply Status Report
32. Conference with Labor Negotiators (Gov. Code Section 54957)A. Agency Designated Representatives: Ernesto A. Avila, Rick Dickhaut, Cynthia Schmidlin33. Public Employee Performance Evaluation (Gov. Code Section 54957)
Employee Organization: Laborers' International Union of North America, AFL-CIO, (LIUNA/UPEC) Local 270
B. Agency Designated Representative: Ernesto A. Avila
Unrepresented Employees: Confidential Staff Unit
A. General Manager
34. Conference with Legal Counsel (Gov. Code Section 54956.9)ADJOURNMENT
A. California-American Water Company Application No. 02-04-022 to the Public Utilities Commission for Authority to Increase Rates for Service for 2003, 2004 and 2005
35. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation (Gov. Code Section 54956.9)
A. Cities of Seaside, Carmel, Del Rey Oaks, Monterey, Pacific Grove and Sand City v. MPWMD Case No. M59441
B. Mary Currier, Chris Currier and Roy and Jeanelle Kaminske v MPWMD, Case No. M59299, Monterey County Superior Court