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Tentative Orders - 15/16 March 2007 Board Meeting

Tentative Orders - 15/16 March 2007 Board Meeting

Items to be considered by the Board at the 15/16 March 2007 Board Meeting, organized by agenda item number
  1. Resolution Clarifying that the Delegation to the Executive Officer Includes the Authority to Issue Administrative Civil Liability Orders When No Hearing Is Required.

  2. City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District, Wastewater Treatment Facility, Lake County – Consideration of a Cease and Desist Order and Connection Restriction.

  3. Sterling Caviar LLC, Elverta, Sacramento County – Consideration of Negative Declaration, New NPDES Permit and Cease and Desist Order.
  4. County of Sacramento, Public Works Agency, Kiefer Landfill Groundwater Extraction and Treatment Plant, Sacramento County – Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal and Time Schedule Order.


  5. Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Rancho Seco Nuclear Generating Station, Unit 1 and Rancho Seco Park, Sacramento County – Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal


  6. River Highlands Community Services District and Gold Village Land Development LLC, Yuba County - Consideration of Resolution to refer to the Attorney General to seek Civil Liability.


  7. Rice Pesticide Program, Management Practices for the 2007-2009 Rice Seasons - Consideration of Approval.


  8. Policy for the Implementation and Enforcement of the Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Program - Informational Item THIS ITEM HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE AGENDA


  9. Sacramento River Watershed Program – Monitoring Program Overview - Informational Item


  10. Grizzly Lake Resort Improvement District, Delleker Wastewater Treatment Plant, Plumas County (renewal)


  11. Madison Community Services District, Madison Wastewater Treatment Facility, Yolo County – Consideration of a Time Schedule and Cease and Desist Order


  12. Amendment to the Water Quality Control Plan for the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Basins to Determine that Certain Beneficial Uses are not Applicable and Establish Water Quality Objectives in Sulphur Creek, Colusa County – Consideration of Adoption of Proposed Amendment and Filing of Draft Environmental Documents.


  13. Basin Plan Amendment for a Mercury Control Program for the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta Estuary-Workshop to Receive Comments


  14. County of Shasta, Redding Regional Septage Disposal Facility, Shasta County – Consideration of Cease and Desist Order


  15. Uncontested Rescissions, 12 KB, PDF (PDF Info)


  16. Uncontested Change of Name and/or Ownership, 28 KB, PDF (PDF Info)


  17. Uncontested Waste Discharge Requirements, 24 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. The United States Air Force, Beale Air Force Base, In-situ Chemical Oxidation Treatability Study for Remediation of Volatile Organic Constituents at Site 32, Yuba County (new)


    2. Granite Construction Company, Rio Del Oro Project, Water Supply Well Treatment System Discharges, Sacramento County (new) THIS ITEM HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE AGENDA


    3. Langtry Farms, Limited Liability Company, and Magoon Estates Limited, Operation of Class II Surface Impoundment, Guenoc Winery, Lake County


  18. Uncontested NPDES Permits, 13 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. Aerojet-General Corporation, Sacramento County- (Revised Monitoring and Reporting Program)


    2. Cooper US, Inc., American Air Co., Inc., City of Visalia, Former McGraw Edison Power Systems, Groundwater Cleanup System, Tulare County- Special order to revoke NPDES portion of Waste Discharge Requirements, order no. 98-201


  19. Central Valley Region Emergency, Abandoned, and Recalcitrant 2007/2008 Annual Site List


  20. Mettler County Water District, Kern County – Consideration of a Resolution Approving and Accepting the County of Kern’s Declaration of Potential Water Pollution and a Time Schedule for Compliance


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