Board of Directors
Monterey Peninsula Water Management District
May 15, 2000
Monterey City Council Chambers
Pacific and Madison, Monterey CA 93942
I. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
III. 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.
IV. 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.
A. Approve Minutes from the Strategic Planning Session of March 31, 2000 and the Regular Board Meeting of April 27, 2000
B. Approve Payment of Fees for Facilitation of March 10 and March 31, 2000 Strategic Planning Sessions
C. Authorize Expenditure of Funds for San Carlos Well Irrigation System
D. Approve Third Quarter Investment Report
A. General Manager's Report
1. Update on Strategic Plan
2. Update on California-American Water Company=s Proposed Carmel River Dam and Reservoir Project
B. Attorney's Report
A. Directors' Reports
VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. Continued First Reading of Ordinance No. 95 B An Ordinance of the Board of Directors of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Temporarily Suspending Receipt of Applications for Water Credit Transfers
ACTION: The Board considered this item on April 17, 2000 and directed that the hearing be continued. The proposed ordinance would place a 90-day moratorium on the District=s receipt of water credit transfer applications. Optional language is also presented that would allow water credit transfers between commercial to commercial or industrial to industrial uses, and would also eliminate the sale of water credits for profit. The moratorium is recommended while staff assess actual water savings associated with credits. Public comment will be received on this item.
B. Consider First Reading of Ordinance No. 96 B An Ordinance of the Board of Directors of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Revising the Definition and Regulation of Water Distribution Systems
ACTION: The Board considered this item on April 27, 2000 and directed that the hearing be continued. The Board will consider the first reading of Ordinance No. 96, which makes changes to existing District rules and regulations that define and govern creation and expansion of water distribution systems, including mobile water distribution systems. Public comment will be received on this item.
C. Consider Appeal of ADecision of the General Manager of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Dated March 3, 2000. The Decision Denies Allocation of Retrofit Credits to Alex and Soteria Dubelman Residing at 1511 Bonifacio Road, Pebble Beach, CA@
ACTION: The Board will consider a request to allow residential retrofit credits for a single-family residence in Pebble Beach. This item is continued from the April 27, 2000 Board meeting. Public comment will be received on this item.
VII. ACTION ITEMS
A. Consider Adoption of Draft Strategic Plan for February 2000 through December 31, 2000
ACTION: The Board considered this item on April 27, 2000 and directed that it be continued. The strategic plan lists the District=s goals and specific objectives for the February 2000 through December 31, 2000 time period to achieve those goals. The objectives were developed during three strategic planning sessions conducted by the Board in February and March 2000. Public comment will be received on this item.
B. Review Process for Board Consideration of Staff Compensation Requests
ACTION: The Board will review its current process for considering staff compensation requests, including the possibility of retaining a bargaining representative to negotiate an appropriate compensation package with District staff.
VIII. INFORMATIONAL 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.
A. Letters Received
B. Water Supply Projects
C. Carmel River Fishery Report
D. Public Information Program
E. Water Conservation Program Report
F. Monthly Allocation Report