Agenda Items

Public Meeting & Tours
Central Valley Regional
Water Quality Control Board

April 20-21, 2016

Central Valley Region - State of California Regional Water Quality Control Board - Seal

Tours - Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 1:30 p.m.

  • Tour of Alpaugh/Allensworth Communities - 4011 Grant Drive, Allensworth, CA 93219
    Members of the Central Valley Water Board will participate in a field tour on Wednesday, 20 April 2016 in the Disadvantaged Communities of Allensworth and Alpaugh. The public will be provided access to the tour sites, but transportation will not be provided. Details regarding the tour itinerary will be provided on the day of the tour because last minute adjustments may need to be made to account for weather conditions, and the number of participants in the tour. Tour participants will meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park, located at 4011 Grant Drive, Allensworth, California (meet just past the park entrance at Hindsman General Store).

  • Tour of Atwell Island Wetlands - Atwell Island Headquarters on Road 38, Alpaugh, CA
    Members of the Central Valley Water Board will continue the day with a tour of the Atwell Island Wetlands. The public will be provided access to the tour sites, but transportation will not be provided. Details regarding the tour itinerary will be provided on the day of the tour. Tour participants will meet at 1:30 p.m. at Atwell Island Headquarters on Road 38, Alpaugh, California. Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board

  THIS MEETING WILL BE WEBCAST AT https://video.calepa.ca.gov

Items to be considered by the Board at the 21 April 2016 Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board Meeting, organized by agenda item number.

Board Meeting - Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 9:00 a.m.

OTHER BUSINESS

  1. Resolution Adopting the Human Right to Water as a Core Value in Central Valley Water Board Programs and Activities
  1. Status of Proposed General Order for Poultry Facilities - Informational Item Only

WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS

  1. Ardagh Glass Inc. and Air Liquide Industrial U.S. Limited Partnership, Glass Facility, Madera County - Consideration of Revision of Order 85-314

NPDES PERMITS

  1. Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District, Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, Sacramento County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal (NPDES Permit CA0077682)

ENFORCEMENT

  1. Original Sixteen to One Mine, Inc., Sixteen to One Mine, Sierra County - Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Complaint for Assessment of Mandatory Minimum Penalties
  1. Malaga County Water District, Malaga County Water District Waste Water Treatment Facility, Fresno County - Consideration of Administrative Civil Liability Order R5-2016-0512
UNCONTESTED CALENDAR
(Cal. Code Regs., tit. 23, § 647.2, subd. (f).)
Uncontested items are those items that are not being contested at the Board Meeting and will be acted on without discussion. If any person or Board Member requests discussion, the item may be removed from the Uncontested Calendar and taken up in the regular agenda in an order determined by the Board Chair.

UNCONTESTED NPDES PERMITS

  1. UNCONTESTED NPDES PERMITS
    1. City of Chico, Chico Water Pollution Control Plant, Butte County - (NPDES Permit CA0079081) (Renewal)

    2. Sewerage Commission, Oroville Region, Oroville Wastewater Treatment Plant, Butte County - (NPDES Permit CA0079235) (Renewal)

    3. Sierra Pacific Industries Inc., Shasta Lake Division Sawmill, Shasta County - Consideration of NPDES Permit Renewal (NPDES Permit CA0081400)

    4. Sterling Caviar LLC, Sterling Caviar LLC Elverta Facility, Sacramento County - (NPDES Permit CA0085197) (Renewal)

UNCONTESTED WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS

  1. UNCONTESTED WASTE DISCHARGE REQUIREMENTS
    1. California Department of Corrections and California Prison Industry Authority, Corcoran State Prison and California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility, Wastewater Treatment Facility and Dairy, Kings County - Order 95-267 (Revision)
    2. City of Lathrop, Lathrop Consolidated Treatment Facility, San Joaquin County - (New)
    3. Delta Packing Company and John Tecklenburg, Delta Packing Company, San Joaquin County - (New)
    4. Goldstone Land Company LLC and Kurt and Sandra Kautz, Bear Creek Winery, San Joaquin County - (New WDRs and Consideration of Resolution for approval of Initial Study and Negative Declaration)
    5. Lost Hills Sanitary Landfill, Class III Landfill, Post-Closure Maintenance, County of Kern - Order R5-2006-0046 (Revision)
    6. Rio Alto Water District, Lake California Wastewater Treatment Plant, Tehama County - (New)
    7. Shasta Renewable Resources LLC, and Anderson Plant LLC, Anderson Biomass Plant, Shasta County - (New)
    8. Sierra Pacific Industries, Chinese Camp Mill, Tuolumne County - Order 97-132 (Revision)