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File #: 19-502    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 6/3/2019 In control: Special City Council
On agenda: 6/26/2019 Final action: 6/26/2019
Title: Report regarding a resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute a Cooperative Implementation Agreement No. D43CIASF0002 with Caltrans for the Phase II Orange Memorial Park Storm Water Capture Project. (Bianca Liu, Associate Engineer, Robert Dusenbury, Lotus Water)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit A Draft CIA D43CIASF0002.pdf, 2. Item 4 Special City Council _PPT 19-502.pdf
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Report regarding a resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute a Cooperative Implementation Agreement No. D43CIASF0002 with Caltrans for the Phase II Orange Memorial Park Storm Water Capture Project. (Bianca Liu, Associate Engineer, Robert Dusenbury, Lotus Water)

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RECOMMENDATION
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It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Cooperative Implementation Agreement No. D43CIASF0002 with Caltrans for the Phase II Orange Memorial Park Storm Water Capture Project.

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
The City of South San Francisco is a member of the San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program (SMCWPPP), a program of the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (C/CAG). C/CAG is a joint powers agency whose members are the County and the 20 incorporated cities and towns in San Mateo County. SMCWPPP supports C/CAG's member agencies in complying with requirements contained in the second five-year term of the Municipal Regional Permit (MRP) issued by the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Board. Four important components SMCWPPP is implementing to assist member agencies include green infrastructure planning, stormwater resource planning, mercury/polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) load reduction, and trash load reductions.

The MRP requires San Mateo County permittees to reduce PCBs by 370 grams per year by June 30, 2020, with an interim reduction of 60 grams per year required by June 30, 2018, with a minimum of 15 grams per year of the total be achieved via green infrastructure. San Mateo County permittees also need to demonstrate they have reduced mercury by six grams per year via green infrastructure by June 30, 2020. These reduction rates are required by the MRP as part of the process to achieve compliance with the mercury and the PCBs total maximum daily load (TMDL) for San Francisco Bay. San Mateo County permittees are also required t...

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