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May 15-17, 2019, Board Agenda

Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 8:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 16, 2019, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17, 2019, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Central Coast Water Board Offices
895 Aerovista Place, Suite 101
San Luis Obispo

Agenda in English | Agenda en Español

Items are numbered for identification purposes only and may be considered out of order. Items scheduled for the first day of a multi-day meeting may be delayed or continued to the next day of the meeting.  Closed session items may be considered on either or both days.

An interpreter will be available to translate into Spanish, and to translate statements made in Spanish into English. If possible, please contact Monica Barricarte prior to the meeting to arrange for translation at 805-549-3881 or 

Un intérprete estará disponible para traducir al español y para traducir las declaraciones hechas en español al inglés. Si le es posible, contáctese con Monica Barricarte antes del día de la reunión, para coordinar la traducción al 805-549-3881 o por correo al

Friday, May 17, 2019, 8:30 a.m.
 8. Roll Call
[Tammie Olson, Clerk to the Board, 805/549-3140,]
 9. Introductions
[John Robertson, Executive Officer, 805/549-3140,]
 Approval of March 20-22, 2019, Board Meeting minutes
 Motion and Vote 
 11. Report by Regional Board Members
 12.Report by State Water Resources Control Board Liaison [Dorene D’Adamo, 916/641-5609]
Public Forum
 13. Any person may address the Board regarding a matter within the Board's jurisdiction that is not related to an item on this meeting agenda. Comments will generally be limited to three minutes, unless otherwise directed by the Chair. Any person wishing to make a longer presentation should contact the Executive Officer at least one week prior to the meeting. Comments regarding pending adjudicatory matters will not be permitted.
 Uncontested Items
Items on the uncontested items calendar are expected to be routine and noncontroversial. Recommended action will be taken without discussion. Items may be removed at the request of any board member or person, and if removed, will be taken up during the meeting at a time specified by the Chair. If an item is removed from the uncontested items calendar, it will only be voted on at this meeting if the board accepts the staff recommendation for the agenda item. Otherwise, the item will be continued to a subsequent board meeting to allow input by interested persons. Item No. 14 is uncontested.
 14. Master Reclamation Requirements, Order No. R3-2019-0008. Davenport County Sanitation District, Santa Cruz County
[Cecile Blancarte, 805/542-4782,
  • Attachment 1: Vicinity and Site Map
  • Attachment 2: California Red Legged Frog Habitat Approval from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service dated January 31, 2019
  • Attachment 3: Proposed Master Reclamation Requirements Order No. R3-2019-0008, Proposed Monitoring and Reporting Program No. R3-2019-0008, and Standard Provisions
  • Attachment 4: Response to Comments

  •  Motion and Vote


    Waste Discharge Requirements
     15. Revision of Waste Discharge Requirements, Order No R3-2019-0051, Cambria Community Services District, San Luis Obispo County
    [Jon Rokke, 805/549-3893 ,]
  • Attachment 1: Responses to comments received
  • Attachment 2: Proposed Order No. R3-2019-0051, Waste Discharge Requirements and Water Recycling Requirements for the Cambria Community Services District Emergency Water Treatment Facility and Recycled Water Re-Injection Project.
     Motion and Vote 
     16. Revision of Waste Discharge Requirements, Order No. R3-2019-0042, Mission Hills Community Services District, Santa Barbara County
    [Howard Kolb, 805/549-3332,]
  • Attachment 1: Proposed Waste Discharge Requirements Order No. R3-2019-0042 for Mission Hills Community Services District Wastewater Treatment Plant. This document contains these attachments:
  • Attachment i: Proposed Monitoring and Reporting Requirements Order No. R3-2019-0042 for Mission Hills Community Services District Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • Attachment ii: Standard Provisions and Reporting Requirements for Waste Discharge Requirements, December 2013
     Motion and Vote 
    Discussion/Information Items
     17. Total Maximum Daily Load Program Update [Mary Hamilton, 805/542-4768,]
     18. Enforcement Report
    [Thea Tryon, 805/542-4776,]
  • Attachment 1: Enforcement Action Descriptions
  • Attachment 2: Enforcement Report Abbreviations
  • Administrative Items
     19. Executive Officer's Report
    [John Robertson, Executive Officer 805/549-3140,]
  • Attachment 1: Table 1 - 401 Water Quality Certification Applications Received 
  • Attachment 2: Table 2 - 401 Water Quality Certifications Issued
  • Attachment 3: Table 3 - Groundwater Section, Case Closure Performance Scoreboard
  • Attachment 4: Table 4 - Groundwater Case Closures
  • Attachment 5: Table 5 - Enrollments In General Orders/Waivers
    Closed Session
     20.The Board may meet in closed session to consider personnel matters (Gov. Code § 11126 subd. (a)), to deliberate on a decision to be reached based upon evidence introduced in a hearing (Gov. Code § 11126, subd. (c)(3)), or to discuss matters in litigation, including discussion of initiated litigation, significant exposure to litigation, or decisions to initiate litigation (Gov. Code § 11126, subd. (e)). The Board is not required to allow public comment on closed session items. (Gov. Code § 11125.7, subd. (e))[Staff Counsel Stephanie Yu]
    Current litigation involving the Board:
      Litigation filed against the Central Coast Water Board:

    1.2017 Agricultural Discharges Orde r– Monterey Coastkeeper, et al. v. Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Coast Region (Sacramento County Superior Court, Case No. 34-2017-80002655)
      Litigation filed by the Central Coast Water Board against other parties, including referrals to the Office of the Attorney General:

    2. United States, et al. v. HVI Cat Canyon, Inc., f/k/a Greka Oil & Gas, Inc. (U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Case No. CV 11-05097 FMO (PLAx))
    3. Referral to Attorney General concerning Plains Pipeline, LP, Refugio Oil Spill, Gaviota, Santa Barbara County (Resolution No. R3-2015-0026)

     The next scheduled Board meeting is July 18-19, 2019, in Santa Barbara.

    If you have questions about the agenda, contact Tammie Olson at (805) 549-3140.

    Written comments must generally be received prior to the Board meeting by the comment deadline for the specific agenda item. Written comments that are received after deadlines set by item-specific notices and/or hearing procedures will not generally be admitted. Any person requesting to submit late materials must demonstrate good cause, and the Chair must find that the admission of the late materials would not prejudice the Central Coast Water Board or any designated party. The Chair may modify this rule to avoid severe hardship. 

    Unless otherwise specified, all parties and interested persons must submit requests for extra time to speak to the Board for agendized items by 12:00 pm on Monday, May 6, 2019presentation materials for agendized items by 12:00 pm on Friday, May 10, 2019A late request for extra time will not prevent the party from speaking to the Board for the three minutes given to all members of the public. 

    Submittals are to be sent via e-mail to the Clerk to the Board at Please indicate in the subject line, “
    MAY 15-17, 2019 BOARD MEETING (fill in bolded subject from appropriate item).” If you have questions about the agenda, contact the Clerk to the Board at (805) 549-3140.

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