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  July 6, 2022


-- AGENDA --

DELTA PLAN INTERAGENCY IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MEETING


Monday, July 18, 2022, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

For the health and safety of everyone attending this meeting, masks, physical distancing,
and testing if you have symptoms are strongly recommended. Please note that
Sacramento County is currently designated as a “high” Covid-19 Community Level by
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Location

California Natural Resources Agency Building
715 P Street, Room 221
Sacramento, CA 95814
To Attend the Meeting Remotely:

Join the meeting as an attendee online via Zoom
(https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83838702105?pwd=MG9BdXYyVlNwekJrSTNFN2wrVG5 oQT09)

Or, call:
(669) 900-6833

Webinar ID:
 838 3870 2105

Passcode: 065915

Webcast:

The meeting will be broadcast and archived on www.cal-span.org.

Webcast
The meeting will be broadcast and archived on Cal-Span.

The agenda items listed below may be considered in a different order pursuant to the chair’s determination. Any times listed on the agenda are approximate only. At the discretion of the Committee, all items appearing on this agenda, whether expressly listed for action, may be deliberated upon and may be subject to action.

Public Comment: Information for providing comments is at the end of this noticePublic comment may be limited to three minutes per person.
 
1. Welcome and Introductions
Committee members will have the opportunity to share relevant updates with other Delta Plan Interagency Implementation Committee (DPIIC) members and to comment on the summary of the March 28, 2022, DPIIC meeting. The meeting summary is available here under the July 18, 2022 meeting: https://deltacouncil.ca.gov/dpiic/meetings.
2. Re-imagining the Delta Monitoring Enterprise
Monitoring governance and reform for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is being discussed in many venues, with multiple DPIIC agencies actively participating in these discussions. As reviews and changes are being considered, what does DPIIC—as a collaborative entity—want out of these processes? What structure and process will best serve the needs of the Delta and collective efforts to achieve the coequal goals of water supply reliability and ecosystem health? This panel will explore current review efforts and discuss how to move forward.
  Panelists and Related Documents:
  Committee Discussion: What does a successful monitoring framework look like? What role do committee members want to see DPIIC and the Delta Science Plan take to structure and manage a monitoring framework?
3.  Furthering One Delta, One Science
  a. 2022-2026 Science Action Agenda
The Science Action Agenda (SAA) is a collaboratively developed, four-to-fiveyear science agenda for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta that prioritizes and aligns science actions to inform management decisions, identifies major gaps in knowledge, promotes collaborative science, and builds science infrastructure. DPIIC members will hear a presentation from Henry DeBey and Rachael Klopfenstein from the Delta Stewardship Council regarding the SAA and be asked to endorse the 2022-2026 SAA.

The 2022-2026 SAA is available here:
https://scienceactionagenda.deltacouncil.ca.gov/.

Committee Action: Committee members will be asked to endorse the 2022- 2026 SAA.
  b. Delta Crosscut Budget Report
DPIIC and state, federal, and local water agencies have worked collaboratively for the past three years to submit and analyze Delta science funding data. Mario Manzo, assistant Bay-Delta office manager, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, will present the 2020-2021 Delta Crosscut Budget Report.
  c. Long-term Drought and Salinity Management Needs
Delta Lead Scientist Dr. Laurel Larsen will update the Committee on efforts to address long-term drought and salinity management needs, including the salinity management workshop series and a proposal to the University of California Office of the President for a center focused on addressing longterm drought and salinity management needs using a participatory, scenariobased approach.

Committee Action: Committee members will be asked to continue to commit staff to participate in the collaborative process kicked off by the salinity management workshop series.
4. Closing Remarks and Committee Business
Committee members will have the opportunity to reflect on the meeting and propose topics for upcoming meetings.
5.  Public Comment
ADJOURN
 
  • Additional information regarding DPIIC can be found on the Delta Stewardship Council’s website at www.deltacouncil.ca.gov
  • Members of the public shall be provided an opportunity to address the Committee on any agenda item (except closed session items). Comments during the public comment period shall be limited to matters within DPIIC’s jurisdiction. Reasonable time limits may be established for public comments (Government Code Section 11125.7). Your comments are important to each member of the Committee and staff.
  • Members of the public interested in providing comments should join the meeting via Zoom and contact the Committee Clerk at [email protected], or call (916) 798-9817, provide their name and remain on the line. When called on by the Committee Chair, Zoom attendees and telephone callers will be unmuted and able to provide oral comments.
  • All written comments will be distributed to the members and posted to the DPIIC’s website alongside the meeting materials on the DPIIC meeting web page. Written comments received by mail or email by noon the day before a Committee meeting will be distributed to members in advance of the meeting and posted online before the meeting. Written comments received after noon the day before a Committee meeting will be distributed to the members and posted online with the meeting materials as soon as possible.
  • If you need accommodations, have technical issues, or have any questions, please contact the Public Participation Office at [email protected] or call (916) 798-9817. In addition, Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) is available by calling (800) 735-2929.
 
Parking Information (California Natural Resources Building)
Metered street parking is available on adjacent streets. Paid parking is also available at a state-owned parking garage at 10th and P Streets (bit.ly/3y8JdCt) and a private-owned parking lot at 7th and Q Streets (bit.ly/3s7t24G). The closest light rail station is the 8th and O Station (bit.ly/3kQOCXj)