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Tentative Orders - 4/5 May 2006 Board Meeting

Tentative Orders - 4/5 May 2006 Board Meeting

Items to be considered by the Board at the 4/5 May 2006 Board Meeting, organized by agenda item number
  1. California Integrated Water Quality System (CIWQS) Database – Consideration of Resolution Supporting CIWQS
  2. Irrigated Lands Program – Discussion of Basin Planning, Waste Discharge Requirements, and Conditional Waiver Regulatory Alternatives
  3. Virginia L. Drake, Trustee, Drake Revocable Trust, James E. Simmons, Darwin H. and Nina R. Simmons, Trustees, Simmons Family Trust and City of Chico - Consideration of Administrative Liability Orders (Item Continued From November 2005)
    1. Humboldt Road Burn Dump Area 7 (All Parties Except City of Chico)
    2. Humboldt Road Burn Dump Area 8 (All Parties)

  4. Calpine Siskiyou Geothermal Partners, L.P. and CPN Telephone Flat, Inc. and U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service and U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Glass Mountain Unit Geothermal Exploration and Development Projects, Siskiyou County (revision) - Consideration of Revised Waste Discharge Requirements

  5. County of Nevada Sanitation District No. 1, Cascade Shores Wastewater Treatment Plant, Nevada County – Consideration of Cease and Desist Order
  6. Spanish Flat Water District, Monticello Cemetery District, and Napa County, Spanish Flat Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Facility, Napa County: Consideration of Approval of Revised Monitoring and Reporting Program
  7. Ma-Ru Holding Company, Inc. and Bonzi Sanitation Landfill, Stanislaus County – Consideration of a Resolution Requiring Payment of $50,000 as Described by the Stipulated Judgment
  8. Regional Board Enforcement Program – An Information Item
  9. Amendment to the Basin Plan for the Control of Nutrients in Clear Lake – Workshop to Receive Comments
  10. Guenoc Winery, Inc., Guenoc Winery, Lake County - Consideration of Revised Waste Discharge Requirements and Adoption of a New Cease and Desist Order
  11. Canada Cove Limited Partnership, French Camp Golf and RV Park Facility, San Joaquin County – Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal and Cease and Desist Order
  12. Uncontested Rescissions, 8 KB, PDF (PDF Info)

  13. Uncontested Waste Discharge Requirements, 18 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. California Dept. of Water Resources, Fremont Weir Sediment Removal Project
    2. California Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Calaveras Big Trees State Park Wastewater Treatment Facility
    3. Berryessa Garbage Service, Inc., Steele Canyon Landfill, Class III Landfill, Post-Closure Maintenance and Corrective Action
    4. Calaveras County, Post-Closure Maintenance of Red Hill Landfill Facility, Class III Landfill and Class II Surface Impoundments
    5. County of Kern, for Closure and Post-Closure Maintenance, Lost Hills Sanitary Landfill
    6. SK Foods and Colusa County Canning Company, Williams Tomato Processing Facility
    7. Jamestown Trust I, through it’s Trustee, County of Tuolumne, Robert Cameron, Gary Wilson, Discharge of Mine Wastewater to Harvard Mine Pit
    8. Jim and Peggy Schaefer, San Joaquin Hills Ranch – Reservoirs
    9. SOC Resources, Inc., Jones Lease, Mount Poso Oil Field
    10. SOC Resources, Inc., Vedder-USL Lease, Mount Poso Oil Field

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