A.12-04-019 GW2/jt2- 2 -project based on progress toward implementation of the GroundwaterReplenishment Project.”
On the same date PCLF moved to have theCommission require the Applicant (Cal-Am) “to publish quarterly reports on thestatus of its compliance with the … cease and desist order (Order WR 2009-0060)and on its progress toward implementing the desalination project as well asalternatives in the event that Cal-Am fails to complete the desalination project bythe cease and desist order’s December 31, 2016 deadline.”
Cal-Am responded toeach of those motions on December 27, 2012, proposing compromises
On January 15, 2013, Cal-Am moved to have the Commission
…take official notice of the following actions taken in a matteradjudicated by the Superior Court of California, County ofSan Francisco (“San Francisco Superior Court”): 1) the County ofMonterey’s (“County”) Complaint for Declaratory Relief, dated June 26, 2012; 2) the County’s Request for Dismissal with prejudiceof entire action of all parties and all causes of action filed, datedDecember 11, 2012; and 3) a print out of the San Francisco SuperiorCourt’s docket which shows that the matter was taken off thecalendar on December 13, 2012. [Footnotes omitted.]Copies of those documents are contained in Attachment 1 to Cal-Am’s motion.The law suit to which that motion refers sought judicial resolution of the issuewhether Monterey County Ordinance pertaining to the construction andoperation of desalination facilities (Chapter 10.72, Monterey County Code) is
PCLF’s Motion to Establish Criteria for Decision on Desalination Plant Sizing (filedDecember 12, 2012), hereinafter “Criteria Motion” at 1.
PCLF’s Motion to Require Quarterly Publication of Compliance and Progress Report(filed December 12, 2012), hereinafter “Quarterly Reporting Motion” at 1.
Cal-Am’s December 27, 2012 Response to PCLF’s Motion to Establish Criteria at 2-3,and Response to Quarterly Reporting Motion at 2-4.