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04-26-22 Draft Minutes1 of 2 California Water Service Company / Dublin San Ramon Services District City of Livermore / Zone 7 Water Agency /City of Pleasanton City of San Ramon / City of Dublin DRAFT MINUTES TRI-VALLEY WATER LIAISON COMMITTEE MEETING Livermore Civic Center Library Community Rooms 1188 South Livermore Avenue Livermore, CA Wednesday, October 27, 2021 4 p.m. 1. Welcome and Introductions - Chair Regina Bonanno called the meeting to order at 4:02 p.m. Committee Members and staff members from represented agencies introduced themselves. Present: Chair Regina Bonanno and Committee Members Karla Brown, John Freeman, Rich Halket, Shawn Kumagai, Angela Ramirez Holmes, Olivia Sanwong*, Michelle Smith McDonald, Georgean Vonheeder-Leopold, and Sabina Zafar. Absent: Committee Members Bob Woerner and Kathy Narum. *Committee Member Olivia Sanwong arrived to the meeting at 4:10 p.m. 2. Public Comments / Citizen’s Forum Chair Regina Bonanno opened the public comment period. There were no speakers and the public comment period was closed. 3. Approve Meeting Minutes of January 22, 2020 ON THE MOTION OF COMMITTEE MEMBER ANGELA RAMIREZ HOLMES, SECONDED BY COMMITTEE MEMBER KARLA BROWN, THE COMMITTEE APPROVED THE JANUARY 22, 2020 TRI-VALLEY WATER LIAISON COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES AS PRESENTED. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY. Item 3. 2 of 3 10-27-2021 Minutes 2 of 2 4. Review of Tri-Valley Water Policy Roundtables and Liaison Committee Meetings, and Discussion on Future Objectives of Tri-Valley Water Liaison Committee Dublin San Ramon Services District General Manager Dan McIntyre presented this item. The report presented the Committee’s involvement on policy priority areas and the direction of study efforts since inception. Mr. McIntyre presented the six consensus water policy priority areas as, ranked in order, (1) improved reliability through diversification of supply, storages, and conveyance facilities; (2) increased use of recycled water; (3) increased structural conservation; (4) planned growth to proceed when reliability criteria are being met; (5) coordinated legislative and regulatory outreach and lobbying to enhance valley water; and (6) governance changes that lead to or are needed for implementation of the aforementioned policy points. Mr. McIntyre requested the Committee consider the applicability of the Committee’s original objectives and policy goals, if the Committee should establish updated objectives, what substance should be presented in upcoming meetings, and at what frequency should the committee meet. Chair Regina Bonanno invited public and Committee comments. No public comments were received for this item. Committee discussion ensued regarding this item. ON THE MOTION OF COMMITTEE MEMBER ANGELA RAMIREZ HOLMES, SECONDED BY COMMITTEE MEMBER SHAWN KUMAGAI, THE COMMITTEE RESOLVED TO MEET AT LEAST 2 TIMES PER YEAR FOR INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN THE AREAS OF SUPPLY, STORAGE, CONVEYANCE, EMERGING CONTAMINANTS, LEGISLATIVE UPDATES, AND LOBBYING EFFORTS; WITH THE NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY 2022. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY. 5. Drought Update Zone 7 Water Agency Manager of Integrated Planning Amparo Flores presented this item. Chair Regina Bonanno invited public and Committee Comments. No public comments were received for this item. 6. Committee Member Announcements – None. 7. Adjournment – at 5:39 p.m. to a meeting at Zone 7 Water Agency. Details for the next meeting will be duly noticed. 3 of 3