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Date Distributed: May 29, 2019

MEETING AGENDA 
The Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board (Water Board)
is conducting this meeting at the location shown below:

Hampton Inn & Suites
2710 Lenwood Road
Barstow, CA 92311

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 2:00 p.m.
Regular Meeting

Note: A quorum of the Water Board may be dining on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at Chili’s, 2808 Lenwood Road, Barstow, California. The Water Board will not be discussing anything related to the Water Board's authority during this dinner
The Lahontan Regional Water Board will be streaming the Water Board Meeting live for viewing only. Below are the links to the live broadcast of Water Board meetings starting with this Water Board meeting. 

LIVE: http://cal-span.org/unipage/index.php?site=cal-span&meeting=2968&owner=RWQCB-LAHO
ARCHIVE: http://cal-span.org/static/meetings-RWQCB-LAHO.php
General Meeting Information:

The following items are numbered for identification purposes only and will not necessarily be considered in this order. The meeting will not be called to order prior to the time specified. All Water Board files, exhibits, and agenda materials pertaining to items on this agenda are hereby made a part of the record for the appropriate item. Comments on individual agenda items are welcome. All persons desiring to address the Water Board are requested to fill out a speaker card. If you are considering speaking or submitting written materials.
Adoption of Uncontested Calendar:

Items denoted by (!) are expected to be routine and non-controversial and will be proposed for the uncontested calendar. The Water Board will act on these items at one time without discussion. If any Water Board member or person requests discussion, the item may be removed from the uncontested calendar to be considered separately. Requests to have an item removed from the uncontested calendar can be made in advance of the meeting by emailing to the Executive Assistant at Katrina.fleshman@waterboards.ca.gov or by calling the Water Board’s Executive Officer via her Executive Assistant, Katrina Fleshman at (530) 542-5414, or the request can be made to the Water Board at the meeting before the vote on the uncontested calendar.
REGULAR MEETING: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
 Call to Order and Introductions
1. Closed Session1
 a.Discussion of Significant Exposure to Litigation. Authority: Government Code section 11126, subdivision (e)(2)(B)(i).
 b.Discussion to Decide Whether to Initiate Litigation. Authority: Government Codesection 11126, subdivision (e)(2)(C)(i)
 c.To deliberate on a decision to be reached based upon evidence introduced in ahearing. Authority: Government Code section 11126, subdivision (c)(3).
 d.Discussion of Litigation. People Ex Rel. Department of Fish and Wildlife; Regional Water Quality Control Board, Lahontan Region; and Department of Parks and Recreation v.Gloria Ching Lai Ma et al., Mono County Superior Court Case No. CV170080. Authority:Government Code section 11126, subdivision (e).
 e.Discussion of Litigation: Fox Capital Management Corporation v. Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board, El Dorado County Superior Court, Case No. SC20170189. Authority: Government Code section 11126, subdivision (e).
 f.Discussion of Litigation: Seven Springs Limited Partnership v. Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board, El Dorado County Superior Court, Case No. SC2018061. Authority: Government Code section 11126, subdivision (e).
 g.Discussion of Litigation: In re PG&E Corporation, et al., Debtors, Chapter, Case No.19-30088,United States Bankruptcy Court, San Francisco Division. Authority: Government Code section 11126, subdivision (e)
 h.Discussion of Personnel Matters. Authority: Government Code section 11126,subdivision (a)
2. Public Forum – A public forum is held at the beginning of each general meeting where persons may speak on matters within the Board’s jurisdiction that are not related to a specific agenda item or currently pending before the Water Board.Comments regarding pending or impending adjudicatory matters will not be allowed.
3.
 Minutes – The Water Board will consider adopting the minutes of the regular meeting of March 13 & 14, 2019 in South Lake Tahoe, California.
 Motion and Vote 
4. Reports by Water Board Chair and Board Members – The Water Board members will provide updates to the Water Board and public on events and activities of interest
5. Executive Officer’s Report – The Executive Officer will provide an update to the Water Board and public on key actions and activities in the Lahontan region, including the items below. This is an informational item and no formal action is requested, though Water Board members may give direction to staff.(Patty Z. Kouyoumdjian).

− Standing Items
− Executive Officer’s Report
− Notification of Spills (Pursuant to Water Code section 13271, and Health and Safety Code section 25180.7)

4th Quarter Violations Report
6.
 ! Closure and Post-Closure Waste Discharge Requirements for San BernardinoCounty Waste Management Division, Trona-Argus Sanitary Landfill, SanBernardino County – The Water Board will consider adopting Closure and Post-Closure Waste Discharge Requirements to establish the post-closure maintenance and monitoring period and requirements for the facility. (Tiffany Steinert)
 Motion and Vote 
7.
 Mojave River Beneficial Uses Basin Plan Amendment – The Water Board will hold a hearing to consider adopting a Resolution to approve an amendment to the Water Quality Control Plan for the Lahontan Region to modify the beneficial uses that apply to the Mojave River and its tributaries, other minor changes, and to adopt the Substitute Environmental Document. (Jennifer Watts, PhD)
 Motion and Vote 
8. Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategy – Staff will present a summary of the key policy statements and an implementation framework that will form the basis of the proposed Strategy as described in a Staff Report. This is an informational item and no formal action is requested, though the Water Board members may give direction to staff. (Mary Fiore-Wagner)
 
NOTE: The following agenda items will begin approximately at 7:00 pm.
 
9. Status Report on Cleanup Activities Concerning Chromium Contamination from Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E’s) Hinkley Compressor Station-The Water Board will hear reports from Water Board staff, PG&E representatives, and the Independent Review Panel Manager on actions taken during the past year and planned for this year such as cleanup and remediation efforts, the chromium background study,and community outreach efforts. This is an informational item and no formal action is requested, though the Water Board members may give direction to staff. (Lisa Dernbach/Anne Holden)
10.
 Closure and Post-Closure Waste Discharge Requirements for Solar Electric Generating Systems (SEGS) I & II, Sunray Land Company, San Bernardino County - The Water Board will consider adopting Closure and Post Closure Waste Discharge Requirements to close surface impoundments and land treatment units,including an engineered alternative, and begin the post-closure maintenance period at the facility. (John Steude)
 Motion and Vote 
11.
 Corrective Action and Post-Closure Waste Discharge Requirements for San Bernardino County Solid Waste Management Division, Apple Valley Class III Landfill, San Bernardino County- The Water Board will consider adopting Corrective Action and Post-Closure Waste Discharge Requirements to establish a Corrective Action Program to remediate the effects of a release to groundwater and to update the post-closure maintenance and monitoring requirements for the facility.(Shelby Barker)
 Motion and Vote 
Adjournment
 1 At any time during the regular session, the Board may adjourn to a closed session to consider litigation, personnel matters, or to deliberate on a decision to be reached based upon the evidence introduced in the hearing. Discussion of litigation is within the attorney-client privilege and may be held in closed session. Authority: Government Code section 11126, subdivisions (a), (c)(3) and (e)