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Board of Directors
Monterey Peninsula Water Management District
March 19, 2001
Monterey City Council Chambers, Pacific and Madison,
1. General Manager's Report
2. Attorney's Report
3. Directors' Reports
ACTION: The Board will consider
adoption of the proposed ordinance that would change existing District rules
and regulations that define and govern creation and expansion of water
distribution systems, including mobile water distribution systems. The
first reading version of the ordinance was adopted on November 20, 2000.
A Negative Declaration for the ordinance was adopted on August 21, 2000.
The public hearing was opened and closed on February 22, 2001.
A. Consider Adoption of Urgency Ordinance No. 97 - An Ordinance of the Board of Directors of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District Amending Water Credit Transfer Rules
ACTION: The Board will consider
Urgency Ordinance No. 97. The proposed ordinance would prohibit the
transfer of any water credit when money or other valuable consideration greater
than the District's current connection charge is given in exchange for the
water credit. The public hearing was opened and closed on February 22, 2001.
ACTION:The proposed ordinance
would establish a 90-day period in which only water credit transfers between
"like to like," commercial to commercial or industrial to industrial
uses would be allowed. In addition, the sale of water credits for profit
would be prohibited. The public hearing was opened and closed on February 22,
ACTION:The proposed ordinance would allow the addition of a single bathroom to an existing single-family dwelling on a residential site under limited conditions. According to the proposed rule, the jurisdiction's allocation would not be debited for the installation of the water fixtures in the second bathroom addition or remodel. Public comment will be received on this item.
ACTION:The Board will consider
approval of a proposed production strategy for the California-American Water
Distribution System for the three-month period of April through June 2001.
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.
ACTION:The District's enabling legislation requires that a public hearing be conducted on the annual report in March. Public comment will be received on this item.
No Action Items are Presented for Board Consideration
A. Committee Reports
B. Strategic Plan Update
C. Water Supply Projects
F. Irrigation Program and Riparian Projects Report
G. Water Conservation Program Report
H. Public Information Program
K. Monthly Allocation Report
L. Financial Report - CAWD/PBCSD Wastewater Reclamation Project
M. Production Report - CAWD/PBCSD Wastewater Reclamation Project
N. March 2001 Water Supply Status Report
. PERSONNEL SESSION (Gov. Code ' 54957)
A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL, EXISTING LITIGATION (Gov. Code ' 54956.9 (a))
Any one wishing to address the Board on a metter not listed on the agenda may do so during Oral Communications. Please limit your comment to three minutes. The public may comment on any other matter listed on the agenda at the time the matter is being considered by the Board.
Consent Calendar consists of routine items for which staff has prepared a recommendation. Approval of the Consent Calendar ratifies the staff recommendation. A director may request that a Consent item be considered during the "Deferred Consent Calendar Items" portion of the Board meeting.
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.
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