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Agreement with MPWMD to Irrigate the 4th Avenue Pathway 04-02-13.pdf

Agreement with MPWMD to Irrigate the 4th Avenue Pathway 04-02-13.pdf

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TO:THROUGH:DATE:SUBJECT:CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEASTAFF REPORT
MAYOR
BURNETT AND COUNCILMEMBERSJASON STILWELL,CITYADMINISTRATOR2 APRIL 2013AUTHORIZE THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE
AN
AGREEMENT WITHTHEMONTEREY PENINSULA
WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
FOR
THESALE
OF
RECYCLED WATER FOR IRRIGATION
OF
THE
4TH
AVENUEPATHWAY
RECOMMENDED MOTIONAuthorize the City Administrator to executearecycledwateragreementwiththe Monterey Peninsula Water Management District to irrigate the
4t
hAvenue Pathway.BACKGROUND
In
2009, theCitycompleted the 4th AvenueRiverine Habitat Restorationproject,which includedapedestrian pathandnative riparian landscaping.The Pathwayprovides asafe andaesthetically pleasing pedestrian link to the northend
of
Carmel Beach,otherneighborhood pathwaysalongSan Antonio Avenue,and into the residential neighborhoodsto the northeast
of
4th
Avenue. The Pathway iscurrentlyhandwatered
by
Citystaff withpotablewater.The proposed agreementwould allow theCityto use up to 0.5 acre-feet
of
surplusnon-potable recycledwaterfor irrigation
of
thePathway. The Monterey Peninsula Water Management District,the CarmelAreaWastewater District,the Pebble BeachCommunityServices District, and the Pebble BeachCompany designed,financed, builtandoperate the wastewater reclamation project thatsupplies recycledwaterto
golf
courses andotherrecreationalopenspace areas
of
Del MonteForest.The City approved anencroachment permit for the pipelinein1992thatrequired the installation
of
a turn outcapable
of
supplyingfive acre-feet/year
of
surplus recycledwaterto Rio Park. TheCity woulduse up to 0.5 acre-feet
of
the allocation for the
4th
A venue Pathway
as
part
of
the proposed agreement. The City isworking withthe PebbleBeach Community Services District on permitting requirements.STAFF REVIEW
Staff
recommends that Council authorize theexecution
of
theagreement.FISCALIMP ACTThe Citywillpay thesameprice per unit
of
recycledwater asthe
golf
coursesandother recreational areas
of
the Del Monte Forest,which is currently$3,727peracre-feet ($1,864 for0.5 acre). Inaddition,the Citywill
be
requiredtoinstall awatermeter, estimatedtocostabout$20,000,which is recommended for funding for fiscalyear 2013-
14
withinthe2013-2018 CapitalImprovement Program. ATTACHMENTAgreement
 
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CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEACITY COUNCILRESOLUTION 2013-A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF
THE
CITY OFCARMEL-BY-THE-SEA AUTHORIZING THECITYADMINISTRATOR TOEXECUTEAN AGREEMENT WITH MONTEREY PENINSULA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTFORTHESALE OF RECYCLED WATER FOR THE IRRIGATION OF THE 4™ AVENUE PATHWAY
WHEREAS,the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District,the Carmel Area Wastewater District, the PebbleBeachCommunityServices District,and Pebble Beach Company (collectively,these fourentitiesarethe
"P
roject Proponents")designed,financed,built,andoperatea wastewater reclamation project (the"Project") thatsupplieshigh quality recycledwaterto irrigate thegolfcoursesandother recreational openspaceareas
of
the Del Monte Forestarea ofMonterey County, California; and,WHEREAS,
as
part
of
theapprovalsfor the Project, the Project Proponentsobtainedan encroachment permitfromtheCity
of
Carmel-by-the-Sea for a portion
of
the recycled water pipeline thatpasses through theCitylimits.One
of
the conditions
of
approvalfor theencroachmentpermitrequiredthe Projectto installa recycled water turn-outcapable
of
supplyingup
to
5acrefeet/year
of
surplusrecycledwater
to
irrigate property owned
by
theCitycommonly knownasRio Park;and, WHEREAS,theCityhas requested that the Project ProponentsallowtheCityto useaportion
of
itsfuture supply
of
up
to
5acrefeet
/y
ear to irrigate landscaping next to a walking path installed by the City, andtheProject Proponentsarewilling
to
doso;and,WHEREAS,the MontereyPeninsula Water Management Districtwillse
ll
theCityup
to
amaximum
of
0.5 acrefeet
of
recycled waterto
be
used
by
theCityto irrigate landscapingadjacent
to
atrailownedand maintained
by
theCity andcommonlyknownas the4thAvenuePathway,pursuant toan agreementfor the sale
of
recycled water.NOW, THEREFORE,BEIT RESOLVED THATTHECITY COUNCILOFTHE CITYOF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEAdoes hereby:AuthorizetheCityAdministrator to executean agreementfor thesale
of
recycledwater with theMontereyPeninsula Water ManagementDistrict.PASSEDANDADOPTED BYTHE CITY COUNCILOF THECITYOFCARMEL-BY-THE-SEA this
2"d
day
of
April2013
by
the following roll callvote:AYES:COUNCILMEMBERS:NOES:COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCILMEMBERS:ATTEST: SIGNED,Heidi Burch,City ClerkJASON BURNETT,MAYOR
 
 
AGREEMENT FOR SALE OF RECYCLED WATERbetween theMONTEREY PENINSULA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTand theCARMEL-BY-THE-SEADated as of April 1, 2013
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