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Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program - Board Meeting Archive

Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program - Board Meeting Archive

2006

2005

  • Comment Summary and Responses on Proposed Orders for 28 November 2005 Board Meeting, 53 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    Contains a summary of comments letters received regarding the Proposed Orders, which the Central Valley Water Board considered at its 28 November 2005 hearing. Following each comment is a response in italics. Some of these comments were addressed in the 10 November Response to Comments, so those responses include references by numbers to the 10 November document, which is included in the Agenda Package for the 28 November Board meeting.
  • Agenda Package Available for Irrigated Lands Conditional Waiver Adoption Hearing 28 November 2005
    Item 9 on the Central Valley Water Board's 28 November 2005 meeting agenda is a public hearing for the Board to consider adopting new Irrigated Lands Conditional Waivers. The current conditional waivers, adopted on 11 July 2003, expire on 31 December 2005. The Board will consider adopting 2 Orders, each of which has 2 Attachments. The agenda package includes a staff report, responses to comments, summary of comment letters, notice of public hearing, and proposed Orders and Attachments.
  • Board Adopts Resolution R5-2005-0137 to Clarify Application of Tributary Rule
    On 20 October 2005, the Central Valley Water Board adopted Resolution R5-2005-0137, which added an Information Sheet to Resolution R5-2003-0105, Conditional Waivers of Waste Discharge Requirements for Discharges From Irrigated Lands Within the Central Valley Region. The Information Sheet clarifies the application of the Basin Plan's tributary rule to constructed agricultural drains, agriculturally-dominated water bodies, and other non-stream tributaries.
  • Agenda Documents Available for 20 October 2005 Central Valley Water Board Meeting
    Items 7a, 7b, and 7c on the Central Valley Water Board's 20 October 2005 meeting agenda are related to the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program. Item 7a is a Workshop on the Renewal of the Conditional Waivers. Item 7b is an Information Report on Issues related to Coalition Group Membership Lists. Item 7c is an action item regarding clarification of the application of the Basin Plan's tributary rule. The Board will not take any action on Items 7a or 7b.
  • Agenda Documents Available for 15 September 2005 Water Board Meeting
    Items 7a, 7b, and 7c on the Regional Water Board's 15 September 2005 meeting agenda are related to the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program. Item 7a is an action item regarding clarification of the application of the Basin Plan's tributary rule. Item 7b is an information report on the waiver renewal and other program activities. Item 7c is an information report on Groundwater Alternatives. The Board will not take any action on Items 7b or 7c.
  • Notice of Public Hearing & Proposed Resolution, 270 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    Notice of Public Hearing concerning the Central Valley Water Board’s consideration of a Resolution to Amend the Central Valley Region Irrigated Lands Conditional Waivers. Public comments on the proposed amendment must be submitted in writing to the Central Valley Water Board office by 23 August 2005.
  • Resolution No. R5-2005-0107 Adopted by Regional Water Board, 175 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
    On 5 August 2005, the Central Valley Water Board adopted Resolution No. R5-2005-0107, which amended Resolution No. R5-2003-0105, the Conditional Waivers for Discharges from Irrigated Lands Within the Central Valley. The Resolution amends Attachments B and C by revising the language of two conditions (A.7 and B.9) pertaining to Water Board staff inspections of private property and confidentiality of technical reports or portions thereof submitted to the Water Board.

2004

2003

2002

2001


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