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Resolution Authorizing the City Administrator to Enter Into a MOA to Form MRSWMP 07-02-13

Resolution Authorizing the City Administrator to Enter Into a MOA to Form MRSWMP 07-02-13

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Published by L. A. Paterson
Carmel City Council
Carmel City Council

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City CouncilAgenda Item Summary
MeetingDate:2July2013 Preparedb
y:
SharonFriedrichsen PublicServicesDirector
Name:
Consideration
of
a Resolution authorizingtheCity Administrator toenterintoa Memorandum
of
Agreement to formtheMonterey Regional Storm WaterManagement Program(MRSWMP).
Description:
The CityenteredintoaMOA to form the MRSWMP in2002.In February2013, the State Water ResourcesControlBoard(SWRCB)adopted Water Quality OrderNo. 2013-001to prohibit non-stormwater discharges into municipalstorm
dr
ainsystemsand watercourses within aPermittee
s'
jurisdictions. The focus
of
the SWRCB includesdischargesintoAreas
of
SpecialBiological Significance(ASBS); dischargesto water bodieslistedasimpairedon the 303(d)
li
st,post-constructionrequirements and water qualitymonitoring requirements. Part
of
thisOrder includes seekinganewgeneral permitauthorizing stormwaterdischargestosurfacewaters. The proposed MOAwould be renewedconcurrentlywith the
ne
wpermit requirement
s.
Theprimarydifference
in
the current MOAcompared tot
he
2002version istheupdated populations
of
the participatingentities
ba
sed
on
the2010 Census. Thereisnochange in thecost-share formula proposedat thistime;although therewill
be
co
ntinueddiscussion among participating entities(Cities
of
Del Rey Oaks, Monterey,Pacific Grove,Marina, Sand City, andSeasideandtheCounty
of
Monterey) regardingthe programsoffered by MRWPCA (asthe programadministrator),expandedmembershipand additional opportunitiesforregional collaboration that
may
affectcostsovertime.
OverallCost:
$318,438istheFiscal Year13-14program cost forregional implementation
City Funds:
Costshare
of$4,708
forFY
13
-14
Grant Funds:
N/A
StaffRecommendation:
Adoptthe
Re
solution
Important Considerations:
Adoption
of
theMOA will allowtheCity toworkregionallyin addressing many
of
thePhaseIIPermit requirements suchaspublic education and outreach,training,waterqualitymonitoring,best management
pr
actices(BMPs)other measurable goals and achieve costsavings.Asnew permit requirementsbecome effecti
ve
(Years2-5
of
thepermit),theCity will incur moresignificant costs.Asummary
of
thecurrent programandthenew requirementsisattachedforreference.
Decision Record:
N/A
Re
viewedb
y:
~
ason
Stiie
n
Date
 
Permit ElementDraft Phase II PermitMRSWMP Program
Submittal of SWMP to CCWB for approvalno longer required;SWMP RequiredSubmittal of Permit Comparison DocumentSubmittal of Stormwater Program GuidanceDocumentPermit boundary map with specifics (i.e.waterways identified) requiredIncidental Runoff of potable or recycledwater from landscaped areas defined inSection B.4 of Order Not as prescriptiveIncidental runoff shall be controlledNo irrigation during rain eventsDetect leaks and correct within 72 hrs(i.e. from broken sprinkler heads)Effluent Limitations
Req’d to reduce discharge of pollutants to
MEP to achieve TMDL WLAs and complywith ASBS special protections.
Req’d to implement BMPs to reduce pollutantsto “technology-based” standard of MEP
New language in permitNo section in MRSWMPIf exceedances of the Statewide Water Quality Control Plan or the CTR or Regional Water Board Basin plan isexceeded then the Permittee mustdevelop a plan and submit to the CC WBthe approach to be implemented tocorrect situation.No equivalent section in MRSWMPNew elementNo section in MRSWMP Adoption of ordinances (includes charitycar washes, mobile cleaning andpressure washing) Adoption of ordinances and BMPGuidance Series (BMPGS)Irrigation runoff beyond incidental runoff (i.e. not a design flaw) must beaddressed. Address irrigation runoff that is deemed asignificant contributor of pollutants.Ordinance to require BMPimplementation from construction,industrial and commercial facilitiesRequired compliance w/ BMPGS for anyactivity, facility, or operation causingdischarge of pollutantsRequire and approve Post ConstructionStormwater Control MeasuresLow Impact Development StandardsEscalating enforcement practices andpolicies.Tiered Enforcement through ordinance(Div V) and protocol Allow entrance to private property andindustrial facilities for inspectionsRequires certification statement andsignature of Duly AuthorizedRepresentative with details aboutprogram.Enforcement Response PlanRefer non-filers (industrial &construction) to CCWB
 
Permit Comparison Summary (MRSWMP vs. Phase II Permit Requirements)
Enforcement of CCWB-approved SWMPdocument requiredModel Stormwater Ordinance contains list of specific illegal discharges. Not as prescriptiveReceiving Water LimitationsProgram Management
E.6 Proram ManaementA. Application RequirementsB. Discharge Prohibitions (allowable non-stormwater discharges)
Not required
C. Effluent LimitationsD. Receivin Water Limitations
 Application RequirementsDischarge ProhibitionsMRSWMP Permit Comparison Summary (rev. 6/5/13)1 of 9
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Permit ElementDraft Phase II PermitMRSWMP Program
 
Permit Comparison Summary (MRSWMP vs. Phase II Permit Requirements)
 
Report chronic violators(industrial/construction)Reduce rate of private industry non-compliance (industrial/construction)Implement Effectiveness AssessmentImplementation Plan approach toevaluate and modify each BMPIterative process not as well defined.Regional Collaboration optionFunctions as regional programCBSM requirement
(pilot program required  prior to yr 3)
Not required
Program targets/elements:Program targets/elements:
Measurably increase knowledge/awareness of target communities andaudiencesSurveys twice per permit termConvey messages regarding benefits of water-efficient, stormwater friendlylandscapingMessages on proper application of pesticides/fertilizersReduce discharges from organized car washes, mobile cleaning, pressurewashing, and landscape irrigationProvide education for organized car wash participantStormwater education to school children(specific grade rqmts):Grades K-3 (materials)Grades 4-12 (classroom pres.)
Grades 4 – College (stenciling, community
service project)Train teachers on SW issuesRegional messaging on Sea Otter MortalityResidential OutreachTabling event requirementsRestaurant OutreachBilingual Radio, TV, and Movie AdsPress Releases/Print AdsTourist OutreachIPM OutreachTwo public workshops/yr Program plan requires details on who isresponsible for implementing which taskNot requiredImplement environmental place based or experiential learning materials or equivalentNot specifiedImplement Effectiveness AssessmentImplementation Plan approach to evaluateand modify each BMPIterative process not as well defined.
IDDERequired
 Annual assessment of staff knowledgeContact info and response procedurekept in all fleet vehicles
Construction (Permittee Staff) 
Biennual TraininStaff training in Year 2 and then all newtrained thereafter Plan reviewers/permitting staff (QSD) or work under QSDErosion Sediment Control/Inspectors
(QSD or QSP or designated person onstaff with both)
 Public Education & Outreach
E.7 Education & Outreach
Not requiredNo equivalentMRSWMP Permit Comparison Summary (rev. 6/5/13)2 of 9
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