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Tentative Orders - 13 October 2011 Board Meeting

Tentative Orders - 13 October Board Meeting

Items to be considered by the Board at the 13 October 2011 Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board Meeting, organized by agenda item number.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13 9:00 A.M.

Other Business

  1. Discuss 2012 Board Meeting Calendar

Waste Discharge Requirements


  1. Tejon-Castac Water District, Tejon Industrial Complex New East Wastewater Treatment Facility, Kern County – Consideration of New Waste Discharge Requirements - THIS ITEM HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE UNCONTESTED CALENDAR - (updated 10/12/2011)

Enforcement

  1. Glenn & Marie Chaney Trust and Tom Chaney, Chris Chaney Dairy, Fresno County – Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and Recommended Administrative Civil Liability Order

  2. James G. Sweeney and Amelia M. Sweeney, Sweeney Dairy, Tulare County – Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and Recommended Administrative Civil Liability Order

  3. David Albers, Vintage Dairy, Fresno County – Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and Recommended Administrative Civil Liability Order

  4. Barry, Arnold and Clara Van Leeuwen, JAB Dairy, Stanislaus County – Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and Recommended Administrative Civil Liability Order

  5. Leno Bettencourt, Bettencourt & Sons Dairy, Stanislaus County – Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and Recommended Administrative Civil Liability Order

  6. Frank Pimentel, Fialho & Sons Dairy, San Joaquin County – Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint and Recommended Administrative Civil Liability Order

NPDES Permits And Time Schedule Orders

  1. City of Willows, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Glenn County – Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal and Adoption of Time Schedule Order

Planning

  1. Triennial Review of the Water Quality Control Plan for the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River Basins – Consideration of a Resolution to Adopt the Triennial Review Work Plan and Approve the Response to Comments

Basin Planning

  1. Long-term Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program – Consideration of Adoption of Proposed Amendments to the Water Quality Control Plans for the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River Basins and the Tulare Lake Basin to Provide Estimates of Total Costs and Sources of Financing for the Long-Term Irrigated Lands Program

Planning

  1. Update on Drinking Water Policy Development – Informational item only

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

Uncontested Cease And Desist Order

  1. Uncontested Cease And Desist Order, 11 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. County of Yolo Planning And Public Works Department, Yolo County Central Landfill, Yolo CountyConsideration of A Cease and Desist Order

Uncontested NPDES Permit

  1. Uncontested NPDES Permit, 11 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. River Highlands Community Services District and County of Yuba, Hammonton Gold Village Wastewater Treatment Plant, Yuba County, Order R5-2002-0101, NPDES CA0081574 (renewal)

Uncontested Waste Discharge Requirements

  1. Uncontested Waste Discharge Requirements, 11 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. Hathaway, LLC, Reuse of Oil Field Production Wastewater for Irrigation, Kern CountyConsideration of: A. Resolution Adopting a Negative Declaration and Approving an Initial Study, and B. Resolution Adopting a Conditional Waiver of Waste Discharge Requirements and Monitoring and Reporting Program (new)

Uncontested NPDES/WDR Rescissions

  1. Uncontested NPDES/WDR Rescissions, 17 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. Golden Slide Placer Mine, Almonike Enterprises and U.S. Forest Service Tahoe National Forest, Sierra County, Order 90-072
    2. United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Lake Berryessa Marina Resort Wastewater Treatment Facility, Napa County, Order 90-150
    3. United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Rancho Monticello Resort, Napa County, Order 98-085
    4. United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Putah Creek Resort, Napa County, Order 5-00-020
    5. Gallo Glass Company, Sisk Ranch Site, Stanislaus County, Waste Discharge Requirements Order 5-00-138
    6. Teichert Aggregates, Teichert Sloughhouse Facility, Sacramento County, Order 5 00-212
    7. Sconza Candy Company, Stanislaus County, Order R5-2002-011, NPDES CA004146
    8. John Taylor Fertilizers Co., Yuba City Facility, Enhanced Bioremediation Project, Sutter County, Order R5-2004-0055
    9. Contra Costa Water District and Victoria Island, LP, Alternative Intake Project Dewatering Discharge to Land, San Joaquin and Contra Costa Counties, Order R5 2008-0048

Change Of Name And Or Ownership

  1. Change Of Name And Or Ownership, 23 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    1. Unimin Corporation, Unimin Byron Sand Plant, Contra Costa County, Order 92-157
    2. Renwood Vineyard Properties, Ltd., Renwood Winery, Amador County, Order R5-2002-0075
    3. Alpine Packing Company, Inc., Wastewater Treatment System, San Joaquin County, Order R5-2002-0225
    4. Chevreaux Family Trust, 1973, Chevreaux Concrete, Inc., Chevreaux Aggregates, Inc., Chevreaux Aggregates Facility, Placer and Nevada Counties, Order R5-2003-0176
    5. Grizzly Lake Resort Improvement District, Plumas County, Order R5-2007-0019

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