ITEM:

INFORMATIONAL ITEMS/STAFF REPORTS

 

27.

MONTHLY CALIFORNIA AMERICAN WATER PRODUCTION REPORT

 

Meeting Date:

July 19, 2010

Budgeted:

N/A

 

From:

Darby Fuerst

Program/

N/A

 

General Manager

Line Item No.:

 

 

 

Prepared By:

Greg James

Cost Estimate:

N/A

 

General Counsel Review:N/A

Committee Recommendation: N/A

CEQA Compliance:N/A

 

SUMMARY:

 

June 2010

 

Total System for Month:Total California American Water (CAW) system production for June was 1,235 acre-feet (AF), 19 percent less than the anticipated production of 1,518 AF, as shown on the accompanying table (Exhibit 27-A).

 

Total System, Water Year to Date:Total system production for Water Year (WY) 2010, through June 30, 2010 has been 9,657 AF.

 

Groundwater Production:During June, no water was produced from CAW wells in the Upper Carmel Valley, consistent with the zero AF of production was anticipated.Lower Carmel Valley (LCV) well production was 711 AF, 28 percent less than the anticipated production of 991 AF.In June, 476 AF were produced by CAW from the coastal subareas of the Seaside Basin, five percent less than the 500 AF that was anticipated.Well production from the Laguna Seca subarea of the Seaside Basin which includes Hidden Hills, Bishop and Ryan Ranch water systems, was 48 AF, 78 percent more than the 27 AF that was anticipated.It should be noted that in June, 225 AF were recovered from the Seaside Basin as part of the Districtís Phase 1 Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Program in the Seaside Basin.Although this quantity is included in the 476 AF of Seaside well production, it represents recovery of a portion of the 1,111 AF that were injected in the Seaside Basin over the December 2009 through May 2010 period.

 

Surface Water Production:In June, no water was diverted through the Carmel Valley Filter Plant (CVFP) from San Clemente Reservoir, equivalent to the zero AF of production that was anticipated.The total diversion through the CVFP for WY 2010 has been zero AF.Average release to the Carmel River from San Clemente Dam during June was 59 cubic feet per second, as measured at the Sleepy Hollow Weir.

 

The anticipated river flow, storage and production values were developed jointly by the District, CAW, and the California Department of Fish and Game in consultation with the National Marine Fisheries Service.CAW and District staff are monitoring reservoir storage, inflow and water quality, and will make additional changes as conditions warrant.Please refer to Exhibit 27-A for additional information regarding CAW production in June 2010.

 

EXHIBIT

27-A††† June 2010 Monthly California American Water Production Report

 

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