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					                                                                   VISTA
                                                                  IRRIGATION
                                                                  DISTRICT
                                            AGENDA
                     ADJOURNED M E E T I N G O F T H E BOARD O F D I R E C T O R S
                          WEDNESDAY, O C T O B E R 20, 2010 - 8:30 A M
                             1391 Engineer Street, Vista, CA 92081
                                     Phone:(760)597-3100
     In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if special assistance is needed to participate in the
     Board meeting, please contact the Board Secretary during regular business hours at (760) 597-3128.
     Notification received 48 hours before the meeting will enable the District to make reasonable accommodations.


1.       CALL T O ORDER
2.       ROLL CALL - DETERMINATION OF QUORUM
3.       PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
4.       CONSIDER APPROVAL OF AGENDA
         In the case of an emergency, items may be added to the Agenda by a majority vote of the Board of Directors. An
         emergency is defined as a work stoppage, a crippling disaster, or other activity that severely imperils public health, safety,
         or both. Also, items that arise after the posting of the Agenda may be added by a 2/3 vote of the Board. Items on the
         agenda may be taken out of sequential order as their priority is determined by the Board of Directors. The Board may take
         action on any item appearing on the agenda.

5.       PUBLIC COMMENT TIME
         Public comment time on items not appearing on the agenda will be limited to 5 minutes per person and 15 minutes per
         subject. The Board may find it necessary to limit total time allowable for all public comment on items not appearing on the
         agenda at any one meeting to one hour. Persons desiring longer public comment time and/or action on specific items shall
         contact the Secretary and request that the item be placed on the agenda for the next regular meeting.

6.       CONSENT CALENDAR
         Any member of the Board, staff or public may request that items fi"om the Consent Calendar be removed for discussion.
         Items so removed shall be acted upon separately immediately following approval of items remaining on the Consent
         Calendar.

         A. Minutes of Water Conservation & Sustainability Committee meeting on October 4,2010
            For information only.

         B. Minutes of Board of Directors meeting on October 6,2010
            Recommendation: Approval of draft minutes.

         C. Resolution ratifying check disbursements
            Recommendation: Adopt resolution ratifying checks numbered 38903 through 38997 in the
            amount of $118,764.16 pursuant to the financial report detailing expenditures.

7.       RESOLUTION HONORING RETIRING CITY OF VISTA MAYOR MORRIS B. VANCE
         Recommendation: Consider adopting a resolution honoring Morris B. Vance, retiring Mayor of
         Vista, for his forty years of public service, including 17 years as Vista's City Manager and 8 years as
         Vista's Mayor.

8.       RESOLUTION HONORING RETIRING VISTA CITY COUNCILMEMBER BOB
         CAMPBELL
         Recommendation: Consider adopting a resolution honoring Bob Campbell, retiring Vista City
         Councilmember, for his nearly 20 years of public service, including 10 years Vista's Economic
         Development Director and 8 years as City Councilmember.

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9.    AGRICULTURAL WATER PROGRAMS
      Recommendations:
      1. Adopt a resolution amending rules and regulations pertaining to the Special Agricultural Water
         Rate Program.
      2. Adopt a resolution amending rules and regulations pertaining to the Interim Agricultural Water
         Program.

10.   WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS
      Recommendation: Approve using water conservation program funds to fund a turf removal rebate
      program and to create a demonstration garden in the office lobby courtyard area.

11.   DISTRICT EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
      Recommendation: Receive update on the status of the District's emergency preparedness.

12.    OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS AWARD
       Recommendation: Receive the Outstanding Environmental Analysis Document of the Year award
      from the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Environmental Professionals for the District's
       work on the Navy's Remote Training Site Warner Springs.

13.   MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY WATER
      AUTHORITY
      Informational report by staff and directors concerning the San Diego County Water Authority. No
      action will be required.

14.   REPORTS ON MEETINGS AND EVENTS ATTENDED BY DIRECTORS, AND
      AUTHORIZATION FOR DIRECTOR ATTENDANCE AT UPCOMING MEETINGS AND
      EVENTS
      A. Brief reports by Directors on meetings and events attended
      B. Schedule of upcoming meetings and events

15.   ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS AND/OR PRESS RELEASES
      This item is placed on the agenda to enable the Board to identify and schedule future items for
      discussion at upcoming Board meetings and/or identify press release opportunities.

16.   DIRECTOR COMMENTS
      This item is placed on the agenda to enable individual Board members to convey information to the
      Board and the public not requiring discussion or action.

17.   COMMENTS BY GENERAL COUNSEL
      Informational report by the General Counsel on items not requiring discussion or action.

18.   COMMENTS BY GENERAL MANAGER
      Informational report by the General Manager on items not requiring discussion or action.

19.   CLOSED SESSION: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEI^-EXISTEVG LITIGATION
      Subdivision (a) of Government Code section 54956.9:
      A. San Luis Rey Indian Water Rights Litigation (Settlement)
      B. Quantification Settlement Agreement (QSA)

20.   ADJOURNMENT




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             The agenda package and materials related to an agenda item submitted after the packet's
             distribution to the Board, are available for public review in the lobby of the District office during
             normal business hours.
             Agendas and minutes are available at ww^'. vid-h2o. org.
             VID Board meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday of each month.


                                              AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING

I, Lisa R. Soto, Board Secretary of the Vista Irrigation District, hereby certify that I posted a copy of the foregoing
agenda in the lobby of the District office at 1391 Engineer Street, Vista, California at least 72 hours prior to the
meeting, in accordance with Govt. Code Sec. 54954.2(a).         —^  ^
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Date: October 14, 2010                                                  C^
                                                        Lisa R. Soto, Board Secretary




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                   V7SrA                                                        Agenda Item: 6
                  IRRIGATION
                  DISTRICT
                                          Board Meeting Date:        October 20,2010
     STAFF REPORT                         Prepared By:               Lisa Soto

SUBJECT:    CONSENT CALENDAR

A.   Minutes of 10/4/10 meeting of the Water Conservation & Sustainability Committee

B.   Minutes of 10/6/10 meeting of the Board of Directors

C.   Ratify check disbursements
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                                     MINUTES OF THE
                         WATER CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY
                                 COMMITTEE MEETING OF
                                VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT

                                               October 4, 2010

        A meeting of the Water Conservation and Sustainability Committee of Vista Irrigation District
was held on Monday, October 4, 2010, at the offices of the District, 1391 Engineer Street, Vista,
California.

1.      CALL TO ORDER

        Chair Miller called the meeting to order at 10:05 a.m.

2.      ROLL CALL

        Committee members present: Miller and Vasquez.

        Committee members absent: None.

       Staff present: General Manager, Roy Coox; Assistant General Manager, Eldon Boone;
Administrative Services Manager, Brett Hodgkiss; and Secretary of the Board, Lisa Soto.

3.      APPROVAL OF AGENDA

        The Committee approved the agenda as presented.

4.      PUBLIC COMMENT TIME

        No public comments were presented on items not appearing on the agenda.

5.      WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS

        See staff report attached hereto.

         The Committee discussed with staff the $12,000 aheady in the District's budget for an artificial
turf incentive. The Committee agreed that if no other funding is received from the Metropolitan Water
District (MWD) for a turf removal program, the District's $12,000 would best be directed towards a
District administered turf removal program. The Committee discussed funding expected from MWD in
the amount of $26,200. This fimding is currently on hold as a result of legal issues between MWD and the
San Diego County Water Authority. If this funding is eventually received from MWD, the Committee
agreed that the best plan would be to put the whole $26,200 towards a turf removal program. The $12,000
currently in the District's budget could then be divided for two purposes: $6,000 to augment the turf
removal program, and $6,000 to create a conservation demonstration garden in the lobby courtyard area.
In the interest of stretching the District's budget for this project, staff suggested using students from Mira
Costa Community College to develop a concept and design for the garden as a class project. The
Committee was agreeable to this idea, and requested that staff contact the College to let them know that
this project could be coming up soon. The Committee added that if there appears to be no interest in

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participation on the College's part, perhaps a small scholarship could be offered by the District to
generate interest.

6.      NEW WATER SUPPLY PROGRAM

        See staff report attached hereto.

        The Committee discussed with staff the concept of implementing a new water supply fee
program, as detailed in the staff report. The Committee expressed agreement with the concept and
thought that a program designed in similar fashion to that of Helix Water District would be suitable for
VID. The Committee felt strongly that no portion of the cost of this program should be charged to
current customers via rates and charges, as this would be asking the ratepayers to subsidize developers.
The Committee asked staff to move forward with studying this concept and how the fees should be
structured.

7.      ADJOURNMENT

       There being no further business to come before the Conunittee, Chair Miller adjourned the
meeting at 11:05 a.m.



                                                        Marty Miller, Chair

ATTEST:



Lisa R. Soto, Secretary
Board of Directors
VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT




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                        MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
                              BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
                               VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT

                                          October 6, 2010

      A Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors of Vista Irrigation District was held on
Wednesday, October 6, 2010, at the offices of the District, 1391 Engineer Street, Vista, California.

1.     CALL TO ORDER

       President Williams called the meeting to order at 8:32 a.m.

2.     ROLL CALL

       Directors present; Miller, Vasquez, Dorey, Williams, and MacKenzie.

       Directors absent: None.

        Staff present: Roy Coox, General Manager; Lisa Soto, Secretary of the Board; Eldon Boone,
Assistant General Manager; Don Smith, Director of Water Resources; Brian Smith, Director of
Engineering; Brett Hodgkiss, Administrative Services Manager; Jim Ball, Operations Manager; John
Spangler, Water Laboratory Coordinator; Angela Morrow, Water Resources Manager; and Marian
Schmidt, Administrative Assistant. General Counsel Joel Kuperberg was also present.

        Other attendees: Joseph Jewell, member of the public; Larry Pierce, City of Vista; and PBS&J
consultants: Mark Elliot, Jennifer Duffy.

3.     PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

       Director Dorey led the pledge of allegiance.

4.     APPROVAL OF AGENDA

        President Williams stated that Item 17 might be moved up in the agenda, depending on when
Special Counsel John Carter arrives.

10-10-109      Upon motion by Director MacKenzie^ seconded by Director Miller and unanimously
               carried, the Board of Directors approved the agenda as presented.

5.     PUBLIC COMMENT TIME

       No public comments were presented on items not appearing on the agenda.




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6.      CONSENT CALENDAR

10-10-110      upon motion by Director Vasquez^ seconded by Director MacKenzie and
               unanimously carried, the Board of Directors approved the Consent Calendar,
               including Resolution No. 10-38 approving disbursements.

       A.      Acceptance of water system

       See staff report attached hereto. Staff recommended and the Board accepted the water system
for a commercial development known as North County RV & Boat Storage Yard consisting of
approximately 11.61 gross acres owned by Liberty Family Partnership, located at Melrose Drive and
Sycamore Avenue, Vista (WOI-3047; LN 2009-015; APN 219-010-36; DIV NO 5).

       B.      Materials for mainline replacement

        See staff report attached hereto. Staff recommended and the Board authorized the purchase of
necessary pipeline materials from the lowest responsible bidder, S&J Supply Company, for a mainline
replacement on Barbara Drive in Vista.

       C.      Agreement for well services and maintenance on the Warner Ranch

        See staff report attached hereto. Staff recommended and the Board authorized the General
Manager to enter into an agreement with Hidden Valley Pump Systems, Inc. to provide as-needed
services on the Warner Ranch to maintain wells and well pumps, for an amount not to exceed
$100,000.00.

       D.      Minutes of Board of Directors meeting on September 15, 2010

       The minutes of September 15, 2010 were approved as presented.

       E.      Resolution ratifying check disbursements

                                    RESOLUTION NO. 10-38

       BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Directors of Vista Irrigation District does hereby
approve checks numbered 38648 through 38755 drawn on Union Bank totaling $800,687.98.

        FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board of Directors does hereby authorize the execution
of the checks by the appropriate officers of the District.

        PASSED AND ADOPTED by the following roll call vote of the Board of Directors of Vista
Irrigation District this 6* day of October 2010.

AYES:          Directors V^quez, MacKenzie, Miller, Dorey, and Williams
NOES:          None
ABSTAIN:       None
ABSENT:        None


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7.      PUBLIC HEARING ON DISTRICT PUBLIC HEALTH GOALS REPORT

        See staff report attached hereto.

       At 8:34 a.m. President Williams opened the public hearing. President Williams noted that there
were no members of the public present to speak on this topic. General Manager Roy Coox informed
the Board no comments nor inquiries were received by phone or writing prior to the public hearing.

10-10-111       Upon motion by Director MacKenzie, seconded by Director Vasquez and
                unanimously carried, at 8:37 a.m. the Board of Directors closed the public hearing

8.      APPROVAL OF DISTRICT PUBLIC HEALTH GOALS REPORT

        See staff report attached hereto.

        There was no discussion on this item.

10-10-112       Upon motion by Director Dorey, seconded by Director MacKenzie and unanimously
                carried, the Board of Directors approved the final draft of the District's Report on
                Water Quality Relative to Public Health Goals, 2007 - 2009.

9.      SHADOWRIDGE WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY PROJECT UPDATE

        See staff report attached hereto.

         General Manager Roy Coox said that concurrent with the Shadowridge study, the newly
formed North County Regional Recycled Water Group has commissioned a study of recycled water
markets and facilities throughout North County. Director Dorey commented that Governor
Schwarzenegger signed SB 918 relating to water recycling. Director Dorey encouraged staff to
continue to focus on recycled water issues, and any potential funding that could come as a result of this
legislation.

        Director of Engineering Brian Smith introduced Mark Elliot and Jennifer Duffy, both from
PBS&J. Mr. Smith noted that Larry Pierce of the City of Vista was also in attendance. Mr. Elliott
presented a status report on the study to upgrade the Shadowridge Water Reclamation Facility (SWRF)
to bring it back into service. Mr. Elliot presented information through the use of a detailed PowerPoint
(attached hereto as Exhibit A).

         Mr. Larry Pierce shared his thoughts on potential sources of project funding. Mr. Pierce said
that this idea was propagated by CWA as a new water source, and some money could come from
grants from CWA. He said that the North County Recycled Water Group is studying die regional
market for recycled water, and perhaps other grants could be found through diese efforts. Mr. Pierce
spoke briefly about the concept of developers creating a funding bank so additional water resources
could be developed through the use of these funds. Mr. Pierce concluded that there are currently no
definite funding sources for this project.

       Mr. Coox requested clarification regarding the concept of the sale of unused capacity at die


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Encina Wastewater facility by the City of Vista. Mr. Coox asked if this could be a potential revenue
source that could be applied to this project. Mr. Peirce responded if this project is completed and the
SWRF is recommissioned, the City would experience a reduction in its need for liquids treatment. If
another agency needed additional liquids treatment, this value could possibly be sold back to Encina.

         The Board received clarification concerning whether there are facilities in place that could be
used to provide recycled water to Vista users, in addition to Carlsbad. Mr. Coox responded tiiat
Carlsbad is considering building a pump station to serve recycled water from the SWRF to Carlsbad,
and it would be possible to also pump across the boundary and serve some Vista customers as well.
Mr. Coox said that the City of Carlsbad requested VID customer information along the boundary to
study this idea as they consider where to build the pump station, and how to serve the greatest number
of people. Mr. Coox added that alternatively, other infrastructure in Vista would need to be built and
pressurized, which does not appear to be a cost effective option. Currently, the only customer plumbed
off die SWRF is die Shadowridge Golf Course.

         Director MacKenzie commented diat she believed there would be a public relations issue witii
the City of Vista owning a recycled water plant, and most of its water being served to Carlsbad. Mr.
Coox agreed, but stated that unfortunately, all of the VID customers are upstream from the SWRF, and
the cost of providing recycled water to the VID service area, other than to the Shadowridge Golf
Course, would be prohibitive. Mr. Coox added that with the system that is already in place, recycled
water could easily be provided downstream to Carlsbad. From a regional perspective, providing
recycled water to Carlsbad would free up other water for everyone in the region, including Vista. Mr.
Coox added that in the summer months, the Shadowridge Golf Course will receive about 70% of the
water generated from the SWRF, which is a direct benefit to Vista, since the golf course is VID's
single largest customer.

        Director Dorey suggested a concept he's thought about, similar to die "developer banking"
concept discussed above. He suggested that staff think about developing a program in which
agricultural customers can buy into the development of additional water sources for the District. In
remm, these customers would not have to suffer the full extent of mandatory cut backs when they
occur, which is especially important to agricultural customers.

        President Williams requested diat staff keep close track of what is going on with this item, and
update the Board often as it develops.

         Mr. Coox noted that it has come to staffs attention that Mr. Pierce would be retiring soon, and
he inquired of Mr. Pierce who the future contact would be at the City on this project. Mr. Pierce stated
that he would be the contact for die next month, and after tiiat it would be Assistant Director of
Engineering Sudi Shoja, at least during the transition time. Mr. Coox and die Board joined in wishing
Mr. Pierce well in his retirement. Director MacKenzie asked if die study would be provided to the City
Council. Mr. Pierce responded tiiat the Council has not yet asked to be briefed on the report. He added
that the City Manager has been briefed on it on a regular basis.

       Everyone in the audience in the Boardroom left the meeting at this time except for Director of
Water Resources Don Smith. Special Counsel John Carter joined the meeting at this time.

        The following item was taken out of sequence.



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17.     CLOSED SESSION FOR CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

        President Williams adjourned the meeting to closed session at 9:46 a.m. for a conference with
legal counsel to discuss the following pending litigation:

        A. San Luis Rey Indian Water Rights Settlement per Govt. Code section 54956.9(a).
        B. Quantification Settiement Agreement (QSA) per Govt. Code section 54956.9(a)

        The meeting reconvened in open session at 11:01 a.m. President Williams declared that no
reportable action had been taken.

10.     DIVISION REPORTS

        See staff report attached hereto.

      President Williams inquired and staff responded briefly as to the current level of Lake
Henshaw, which is at 3,500 acre feet or less than 7% of capacity.

11.     MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY
        WATER AUTHORITY

        See staff report attached hereto.

        President Williams reported briefly on the recent CWA Board meeting which was the last to be
chaired by Bud Lewis prior to Mike Hogan taking over as President of die Water Audiority Board of
Directors.

12.     REPORTS ON MEETINGS AND EVENTS ATTENDED BY DIRECTORS, AND
        AUTHORIZATION FOR DIRECTOR ATTENDANCE AT UPCOMING MEETINGS
        AND EVENTS

        See staff report attached hereto.

       Director Vasquez informed that Board that unformnately he was unable to attend die Council of
Water Ufilities meeting on September 21 due to a dental emergency. He requested forgiveness firom the
Board for the lost registration fee of $25.

        Director MacKenzie and President Williams reported on their attendance at the CSDA Annual
Conference. Director MacKenzie said she thought it was a good conference with good break out
sessions. President Williams noted that there were also some good motivational speakers. Director
MacKenzie noted that at this conference, the District received the Special District Leadership
Foundation Silver Recognition acknowledging that the majority of VID's Directors have achieved
recognized levels of special district training. Mr. Coox noted that congramlations were in order for
Director MacKenzie, who at the CSDA Conference was not only seated as President of CSDA for the
coming year, but also won the CSDA Legislative Advocate of die Year Award for 2010.

      Director Miller requested to attend the Colorado River Water Users' Annual Conference,
December 15-17 in Las Vegas contingent upon the outcome of the November election.


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        Director Dorey reported on his attendance at the Council of Water Utilities Breakfast meeting
on September 21, where the speaker was Tom Womham, Chair of die San Diego Regional Chamber of
Commerce, and the new Vice-Chair of the Water Authority. Mr. Womham spoke about business and
water issues in San Diego.

       Director Dorey reported that he attended the San Luis Rey Watershed Council on September 27
where the discussion was about applying for grants. He also attended a San Luis Rey Watershed
Council Board of Directors meeting on October 1, where the Board worked on the final draft of a State
Department of Conservation (DOC) grant.

       Director Dorey reported that he attended a meeting of the San Luis Rey Watershed Authority
where Ben Magante reported on the consultation with NMFS, which Mr. Magante felt did not go well.
On September 29, Director Dorey attended an ACWA Groundwater Committee meeting m
Sacramento, where the Committee put the final touches on its draft groundwater document.

         Director Miller stated that he thought he had cancelled his attendance at the CSDA Annual
Conference with ample notice, but was unaware of the administrative fee associated with any
registration cancellation. He requested forgiveness for the $50 cancellation fee.

        Mr. Coox informed the Board that he received an email the previous Monday which said that
the adopted bylaws for the Council of Water Utilities (COWU) state that there will be one meeting
scheduled during the evening each year. Mr. Coox advised that the October 19, 2010 will be an
evening meeting at 6:00 p.m.

        Director Dorey requested to attend the October 19 Council of Water Utilities meeting.

10-10-113       Upon motion by Director Dorey, seconded by Director Williams and unanimously
                carried, the Board of Directors authorized the following: Director Dorey to attend the
                Council of Water Utilities (COWU) meeting on October 19; Director Miller to attend
                the Colorado River Water Users' Annual Conference, December 15-17 in Las Vegas
                contingent upon the outcome of the November election; forgiveness was granted for
                the $25 registration fee for Director Vdsquez, who missed COWU due to dental
                emergency; forgiveness was granted for the $50 cancellation of Director Miller's
                attendance at the CSDA Annual Conference.

13.     ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS AND/OR PRESS RELEASES

        See staff report attached hereto.

        President Williams requested a press release concerning the District's lack of local water
despite an above average rainfall last winter. He added that the District remains hopeful that more rain
will be forthcoming.

        Director MacKenzie requested an agenda item in January concerning the Urban Water
Management Plan and die new metiiodologies issued by the Department of Water Resources that were
instimted on October 1, 2010.




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14.     DIRECTOR COMMENTS

      Director Dorey reported on some new groundwater reporting requirements he learned about at
the ACWA Region 10 meeting he attended while at die Spring ACWA Conference.

        Director Dorey thanked the Board and staff for the flowers and card sent by the District for the
passing of his father.

15.     COMMENTS BY GENERAL COUNSEL

        None were presented.

16.     COMMENTS BY GENERAL MANAGER

        Mr. Coox informed the Board that staff just got word that die District has received an award
from the San Diego Chapter of the American Environmental Association for the environmental
documents which were completed for the Navy lease. The award is in recognition of the fact tiiat some
iimovative processes were used which combined the Environmental Assessment and the Mitigated
Negative Declaration creating a joint document for bodi NEPA and CEQA. Mr. Coox said that
Director of Water Resources Don Smith would accept the award on the District's behalf, and that this
item will be on a ftiture agenda for the Board's information.

         Mr. Coox provided a brief update concerning the Warner-Carrillo Ranch House Project. He
handed out some photos of die progress (attached hereto as Exhibit B). Mr. Coox stated that die
archeological work that has been done within the Ranch House site itself uncovered some original
cobble floors that were not known to exist. Archeological work on Reynolds Ridge uncovered
considerable remnants of a structural foundation, confirming the belief that there once stood a
significant structure in that location. The Board requested to see more photos as the project continues,
and to have them running on a loop as a slideshow before Board meetings. Director of Water
Resources Don Smith added that most of the archeological work, including the foundations uncovered
on Reynolds Ridge, would soon be re-buried, so if anyone is interested in visiting these findings, to
please let him know right away.

        Director MacKenzie handed out a bill status list as of September 17, 2010 (attached hereto as
Exhibit C). She stated that since this list was published, the Governor has vetoed and passed some of
the items on the list, but diis list can give the Board an idea of some of the major legislation the CSDA
Legislative Committee reviewed and stayed on top of during the year. She added that AB 2669
concerning public healtii notices has been held over for additional review. Mr. Coox stated tiiat VID
provided input on this bill through CSDA.

18.     CLOSED SESSION TO CONDUCT                       PUBLIC      EMPLOYEE         PERFORMANCE
        EVALUATION-GENERAL MANAGER

       President Williams adjourned the meeting to closed session at 11:33 a.m. to conduct a
performance evaluation of the General Manager, pursuant to Government Code section 54957.

        The meeting reconvened in open session at 12:35 p.m. President Williams declared that no
reportable action had been taken.


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19.     ADJOURNMENT

        There being no further business to come before the Board, at 12:35 p.m. President Williams
adjourned the meeting to October 20, 2010 at 8:30 a.m.



                                                Howard S. Williams, President

ATTEST:



Lisa R. Soto, Secretary
Board of Directors
VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT




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  vs     Check
                     VISTA
                    IRRIGATION
                    DISTRICT
                                                                  Cash Disbursement Report
                                                         September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                          (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                               Amount,
  Number         Date                         Vendor                         Invoice Number                          Description (Qty)         Incl. Tax

     38903 09/22/2010       Air Resources Board-PERP Renewal
                                                                  P-2006-1110                              Air Compressor Renewal Fee            575.00
     38904 09/22/2010        AirgasWest
                                                                  103065092                                Acetylene/Oxygen                      145.53
                                                                  103479444A                               Welding Shop Materials                 45.43
                                                                                                                                                $190.96

     38905 09/22/2010       AAA Live Scan Inc
                                                                  83                                        Pre-Employment Fingerprinting         40.00
     38906 09/22/2010        AWWA
                                                                  0000291175                               AWWA Security Manual                  108.50
     38907 09/22/2010        Canon Business Solutions
                                                                  4004138458                               Annual Copier Maintenance             647.61
     38908 09/22/2010       Central Voice
                                                                  100900079                                 Monthly Answering Svc                  56.00
    38909 09/22/2010        Council of Water Utilities
                                                                  MTG 9/21/10                              Vasquez/Mtg 9/21                       25.00
                                                                  MTG9/21/10A                               Dorey/Mtg 9/21                         25.00
                                                                                                                                                  $50.00

    38910 09/22/2010         D&D Tool and Supply Inc
                                                                  S I 879140.005                            Waterless Handwipes (13)             154.38
    38911 09/22/2010         DSR
                                                                  1029016                                   Rollup Door Repair AA/arehouse       171.50
                                                                  1029054                                   Rollup Door Maint /Warehouse         534.66
                                                                                                                                                "$706il6

    38912 09/22/2010         Employment Development Department
                                                                  925-0208-7 09/13/10                       2nd QtrSUI 2010                   10,019.00
    38913 09/22/2010         Escondido Asphalt
                                                                  15298                                     Cold Mix (11.91 Tons)               1,197.07
                                                                  15377                                     Cold Mix (12.03 Tons)               1,209.14

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                   VISTA
                  IRRIGATION
                  DISTRICT
                                                                Cash Disbursement Report
                                                       September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                        (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                              Amount,
  Number      Date                         Vendor                          Invoice Number                           Description (Qty)         Incl. Tax
                                                                15464                                     Cold Mix {10.93 Tons)                1,098.57
                                                                                                                                              $3,504.78
    38914 09/22/2010      Gemini Pest Control Inc.
                                                                300-100831                                Pest & Bee Control/Ma int.             75.00
                                                                INV 08/27/10                              Bee Removal (9)                       720.00
                                                                INV 8/20/10                               Bee Removal (4)                       320.00
                                                                INV 9/03/10                               Bee Removal (8)                       640.00
                                                                                                                                              $1,755.00
    38915 09/22/2010      Hardrock Concrete Pumping
                                                                NORTH AVE/MELROSE 8/10                   Concrete-North Ave                     376.00
    38916 09/22/2010      Hawthorne Machinery Co.
                                                                PS040039566                              Trk 48's Wacker Clutch/Parts            129.59
                                                                PS040039662                              L-5 Backhoe Bucket Blades & Bolt        587.29
                                                                                                                                                $716.88
    38917 09/22/2010      Hydro-Scape Products, Inc.
                                                                06753136-00                               PVC Pipe Sch 80                       397.52
                                                                06753706-00                               Low Voc Glue                           27.56
                                                                                                                                               $425.08
    38918 09/22/2010      HR Schlegel & Sons, Inc.
                                                                GA-6957                                   Landscape Headquarters 8/10          1,335.00
    38919 09/22/2010      InfoSend, Inc.
                                                                45167                                    Utility Bill Printing & Mailing      9,741.00
    38920 09/22/2010      Iron Mountain Records Management
                                                                102899345                                August, 2010 Charges                   209.39
    38921 09/22/2010      Ken Grody Ford Carlsbad
                                                                294426                                   Trk 32, Fuel Sensor                     67.46
                                                                294427                                    Shop, Plastic Caps For Shifter         42.80
                                                                294561                                   Trk 30, Engine Oil Tubes (2)           223.44
                                                                                                                                               $333.70

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                          VISTA
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             ^   m   ^
                         IRRIGATION
                         M^MnJMMkMKrM
                                                                      Cash Disbursement Report
                                                             September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                              (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                                Amount,
  Number    Date                                  Vendor                         Invoice Number                           Description (Qty)     Inct. Tax
       38922 09/22/2010         La Costa Marketing LLC
                                                                      1240                                      Bulk Mailing Services             730.75
                                                                      1252                                      Bulk Mailing Services             445.00
                                                                      1253                                     Bulk Mailing Services              525.00
                                                                      1258                                      Bulk Mailing Services             525.00
                                                                                                                                                $2,225.75
       38923 09/22/2010         Lawnmowers Plus, Inc.
                                                                      359830                                    Parts and Sharpeners               82.50
                                                                      361147                                    Extension Pole For 4" Saw          47.30
                                                                                                                                                 $129.80
       38924 09/22/2010         Lee Steel & Supply Co.
                                                                      45068                                    Metal Tube                         162.89
       38925 09/22/2010         Leon Perrault Trucking & Materials
                                                                      2009-256                                 Trucking/Material                5,976.19
                                                                                                               Trucking/Material                1,070.12
                                                                                                               Trucking/Material                2,991.88
                                                                                                                                               $10,038.19
       38926 09/22/2010         Lewis & Lewis Enterprises
                                                                      999399-000                               Survey Equip Rental 8/25/10         29.91
       38927 09/22/2010         Liebert, Cassidy Whitmore
                                                                      121912                                    Legal-General 08/10             2,763.00
       38928 09/22/2010         Messenger Express
                                                                      0831102469                                Messenger Svc 08/27                42.00
       38929 09/22/2010         Miramar Ford Truck Body/Equipment
                                                                      269515                                   Trk 11, Air Comp. Oil Cooler       574.73
       38930 09/22/2010         Moodys
                                                                      113749                                    Dump Fee                          450.00
       38931 09/22/2010         NAPA Auto Parts
                                                                      719907                                    Shop Use, Fittings                  14.12

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 V'MD              IRRIGATION
                   DISTRICT
                                                       September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                        (Payroll related checks are excluded)
        Check                                                                                                                              Amount,
 Number         Date                       Vendor                          Invoice Number                          Description (Qty)       Incl. Tax

                                                                768623                                   Trk 31, Brake Parts                 333.29
                                                                                                                                            $347.41

    38932 09/22/2010      One Stop Undercar
                                                                6884                                     Trk 46, Brake Parts                 376.57
                                                                9327                                     Trk 79, Brake Parts                  75.75
                                                                                                                                            $452.32

    38933 09/22/2010      OCHS Oil Co.
                                                                220915 08/10                              Fuel/Henshaw 08/10                 395.36
    38934 09/22/2010      Pacific Pipeline Supply
                                                                141540                                    Materials - D-2210 Warmlands      3,048.08
                                                                141541                                    Materials - D-2210 Warmlands     2,860.38
                                                                141542                                    Materials - D-2210 Warmlands      1,162.42
                                                                141741                                    Reducing Flange                    159.67
                                                                141747                                    6" N/A Ring Gaskets (100)          254.55
                                                                                                          8" N/A Ring Gaskets (100)          369.27
                                                                                                                                           $7,854.37

    38935 09/22/2010      Pacific Safety Council
                                                                67498                                     Membership 11/10-10/11             380.00
    38936 09/22/2010      Parkhouse Tire, Inc.
                                                                3020093129                               Trk 7, 2 Tires/Mounting             617.56
    38937 09/22/2010      Ramona Disposal Service
                                                                54-RP 216745 08/10                        Disposal Service 08/10             140.51
    38938 09/22/2010      Recall Secure Destruction Svcs.lnc.
                                                                5205056719                                Document Destruction                77.15
    38939 09/22/2010      San Luis Rey Watershed Council
                                                                MEMBERSHIP 1/10-12/11                     Membership 1/10-12/11              700.00
    38940 09/22/2010      Schmidt, Marian L
                                                                REIMB/PICNIC9/10                          Picnic Prizes-09/11/10             274.60
    38941 09/22/2010      Standard Tel

Date Printed: 10/4/2010                                                                                                                  Page 4 of 11
                        VISTA

  V:D    Check
                    IRRIGATION
                    DISTRICT
                                                                  Cash Disbursement Report
                                                         September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                          (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                                  Amount,
  Number         Date                          Vendor                        Invoice Number                          Description (Qty)            Incl. Tax

                                                                  198856                                    Mitel Superset Pkm448 Bracket             90.00
                                                                                                            Tax                                      102.68
                                                                                                            Mitel Pkm448                             270.00
                                                                                                            Mitel Pkm448 + Kit                       350.00
                                                                                                            Mitel Superset 4150                      400.00
                                                                                                            Professional Services                    250.00
                                                                                                                                                   $1,462.68

     38942 09/22/2010        State Treasurer's Office
                                                                  LAIF CONF/KELLEHER 10/10                  Kelleher/Conf 10/10                      100.00
     38943 09/22/2010        Steven Engineering
                                                                  1906150-01                                SCADA Relays                              59.37
     38944 09/22/2010        T.S. Industrial Supply
                                                                  1032556                                   Elcometer 456 W/ Probe                  1,448.36
                                                                  1033067                                   Hook 9/32" Sling W/Latch SyslO (4)       149.02
                                                                                                                                                   $1,597.38

     38945 09/22/2010        The UPS Store #971
                                                                  STATEMENT 8/31/10                         August Shipping Charges                   64.14
     38946 09/22/2010        Vista Fence Company, Inc.
                                                                  32540                                     Replacement Gate for Sta #3              468.45
     38947 09/22/2010        Vista Firestone Brake & Smog
                                                                  41379                                     Trk 16, 2 Tires/Mounting/Alignment       272.99
                                                                  41431                                     Trk 37 Repl. Rack & Pinion               527.84
                                                                  41432                                     Trk 37, 2 Tires/Mounting/Alignment       378.09
                                                                  41462                                     Trk 32, Steering Parts/Alignment         678.25
                                                                  41473                                     Trk 2, Smog Test                          61,00
                                                                  41474                                     Trk 60, Smog Test                         51.00
                                                                  41484                                     Trk 51, 2 Tires/Mounting                 901.91
                                                                  41487                                     T-22, 2 Tires/Mounting                   441.71
                                                                  41534                                     Trk 48, 2 Tires/Mounting                 519.51


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                         VISTA
  V:D     Check
                     IRRIGATION
                     DISTRICT
                                                                     Cash Disbursement Report
                                                            September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                                   (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                                           Amount,
  Number          Date                          Vendor                                Invoice Number                          Description (Qty)            Incl. Tax

                                                                           41546                                    Trk 63,1 Tire/Mounting                   116.57
                                                                                                                                                           $3,948.87

     38948 09/22/2010          VG Donuts & Bakery
                                                                           79837                                     Board Mtg 9/15/10                        24.03
     38949 09/22/2010          Warner Springs Ranch
                                                                           6306 08/10                                Fuel 08/10                             1,273.52
     38950 09/29/2010          Association of Public Treasurers (US & C)
                                                                           4520                                      Boone/Member Renew 10/10-9/11           135.00
                                                                           4521                                      Shahamiri/Member Renew 10/10-9/11        90.00
                                                                                                                                                            $225.00

     38951 09/29/2010          ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineer)
                                                                           1041069725                                Levy/Member Renewal 2011                250.00
                                                                           1041095109                                B Smith/Member Renewal 2011             250.00
                                                                                                                                                            $500.00

     38952 09/29/2010          AT&T (Carol Stream)
                                                                           1116493105                               8/11/10-9/10/10 Charges                  311.03
     38953 09/29/2010          Boone, Eldon L
                                                                           REIMB/CSDACONF9/10                        CSDA Conf 9/10                          325.32
     38954 09/29/2010          Bowering, Mark
                                                                           04783-345-0/CUST REFUND                   Customer Refund/Closing                  91.23
     38955 09/29/2010          Bredeson, Sandra
                                                                           07411-985-5/CUST REFUND                   Customer Refund/Closing                   14.42
     38956 09/29/2010          City Of Escondido
                                                                           AR0000018111                             QtlyWtr-Canal 7/10-9/10                2,500.00
     38957 09/29/2010          Claims Management Associates, Inc
                                                                           520759                                   Adjusting Svc/980 Phillips               238.00
     38958 09/29/2010          Co. of San Diego, Registrar of Voters
                                                                           1993                                      General Election Cost 11/10           3,244.00
     38959 09/29/2010          Coleman Planning Group

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                    VISTA
  V:D  Check
                  IRRIGATION
                  DISTRICT
                                                                Cash Disbursement Report
                                                       September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                        (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                          Amount,
  Number    Date                              Vendor                       Invoice Number                           Description (Qty)     Incl. Tax
                                                                30                                        Navy CEQA Consulting 8/10        1,200.00
    38960 09/29/2010      County of San Diego
                                                                131329                                    Permits                           526.32
    38961 09/29/2010      Crozier's Flowers
                                                                00083274/00083275                        Flowers/ Brust, Bagshaw            121.28
    38962 09/29/2010      Cummins Cal Pacific, Inc.
                                                                004-90671                                 Paint/Emergency Generator          79.68
    38963 09/29/2010      Daley, Dennis
                                                                04755-225-5/CUST REFUND                  Customer Refund/Closing             81.63
    38964 09/29/2010      DH Maintenance Services
                                                                13463                                    Janitorial Service/Sept 2010      2,675.00
    38965 09/29/2010      Eckert, Lorena
                                                                02155-088-0/CUST REFUND                  Customer Refund/Closing            500.62
    38966 09/29/2010      Fuller Paving & Development, Inc.
                                                                3100-S                                   Cold Plane                        1,964.90
                                                                                                         Sr# Mg200 Collinswood Lane        2,635.00
                                                                                                         Cold Plane                          205.80
                                                                                                         Sr# 6242 St. Tropez Dr             255.00
                                                                                                         Cold Plane                         387.10
                                                                                                         Sr# 2756 Rancho Vista Rd           476.00
                                                                                                         Dd-1 North Ave                    1,215.50
                                                                                                         Cold Plane                          539.00
                                                                                                         Sn* Dd-1 Maryland & North          765.00
                                                                3135-S                                    Cold Plane                        117.60
                                                                                                          Sn*1365 Rancho Vista Place        170.00
                                                                                                         Cold Plane                         274.40
                                                                                                          Sn*1370 701 Melrose Place         357.00
                                                                                                         Cold Plane                         646.80
                                                                                                         Sr#1125 Corbie Circle              935.00
                                                                                                         Cold Plane                        1,146.60
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                    VISTA
 V:D   Check
                  IRRIGATION
                  DISTRICT
                                                              Cash Disbursement Report
                                                     September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                     (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                          Amount,
  Number     Date                           Vendor                       Invoice Number                         Description (Qty)         Incl. Tax

                                                              3135-S                                   Snl^1369 Rancho Vista Rd            1,734.00
                                                              3142-S                                   Sm 2758 Tabacco Rd                   178.50
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                           196.00
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                           205.80
                                                                                                       Sr# 2757 Mulberry @ Richland         255.00
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                           392.00
                                                                                                       Sr# 2760 Smilax                      535.50
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                           176.40
                                                                                                       Sr#1797Hollyberry Dr                 272.00
                                                              3142-S-1                                 Cold Plane                           274.40
                                                                                                       Sr#2759 807 Arcadia                  357.00
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                           470.40
                                                                                                       Sn!^1127 2020 Hacienda               484.50
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                           122.50
                                                                                                       Sn*1368 541 Huff                     136.00
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                          1,388.40
                                                                                                       Sr#6483 Business Park @ Park C      1,788.75
                                                              3154                                     Melrose Dr Emergency Patch           510.00
                                                                                                       Cold Plane                          1,058.40
                                                                                                                                         $22,626.25

    38967 09/29/2010      Gonzalez, Shane
                                                              07261-140-0/CUST REFUND                  Customer Refund/Closing               40.37
    38968 09/29/2010      Gordon. Donald L
                                                              REIMB/TUITION9/10                        Tuition Reimbursement                375.00
    38969 09/29/2010      GSI/Water
                                                              1068/1-66                                Thermal Data Review 7/10             400.00
    38970 09/29/2010      Hach Company
                                                              6888584                                  HachPS1201 Power Supply              735.06
                                                              6890661                                  Plant # 2 PhWQ Supplies              134.93


Date Printed: 10/4/2010                                                                                                                 Page 8 of 11
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  V:D
                        VISTA                                     Cash Disbursement Report
                    IRRIGATION                           September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                    DISTRICT                                              (Payroll related checks are excluded)

         Check                                                                                                                                  Amount,
  Number         Date                         Vendor                         Invoice Number                          Description (Qty)          Incl. Tax

                                                                  6891911                                   Fluoride, TDS Reagents                120.43
                                                                                                                                                  $990.42

    38971 09/29/2010        Hamann Construction Inc.
                                                                  09001-032-0/CUST REFUND1                 Customer Refund/Closing                244.04
    38972 09/29/2010        Hidden Valley Pump Sys., Inc.
                                                                  000254220000                             Sub Cable- Supply 500' Spool           571.41
    38973 09/29/2010        Hydro-Scape Products, Inc.
                                                                  06752368-00                               Pvc- 508 S Santa Fe (S> Terrace          1.49
    38974 09/29/2010        Lab Safety Supply, Inc.
                                                                  1016046010                               Quarter Size, Plexiglas                 76.95
    38975 09/29/2010        Lee Steel & Supply Co.
                                                                  45074                                    Pipe                                   118.84
    38976 09/29/2010        Lighthouse Homes
                                                                  05468-806-1/CUST REFUND                  Customer Refund/Closing                129.36
    38977 09/29/2010        Matalon, Leor
                                                                  01110-283-1/CUST REFUND                  Customer Refund/Closing                288.56
    38978 09/29/2010        Nielsen, Robert
                                                                  03745-821-8/CUST REFUND                  Customer Refund/Closing                 40.02
    38979 09/29/2010        One Source Distributors
                                                                  S3340651.001                              Motor Control - Labels                 37.60
    38980 09/29/2010        Palomar Pomerado Corporate Health
                                                                  00023632-00                               Pre-Employment Exam                    85.00
    38981 09/29/2010        Pine View Apartments
                                                                  REIMB/DAMAGE 7/19/10                      Cleanup/Wtr Leak Damage               300.00
    38982 09/29/2010        Pitman Co
                                                                  3706290-00                                HP 1055CM Maintenance                 832.50
    38983 09/29/2010        Project Design Consultants
                                                                  78489                                     S Santa Fe Waterline Relocation     2,365.03
    38984 09/29/2010        R. J. Supply Co., Inc.


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                      VISTA
  V:D     Check
                     IRRIGATION
                     DISTRICT
                                                                      Cash Disbursement Report
                                                             September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                           (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                                 Amount,
  Number          Date                          Vendor                          Invoice Number                         Description (Qty)         Incl. Tax

                                                                      278524-01                             Vest Lime Hi-Viz Med (5)                 56.10
                                                                      278717-01                             Vest Lime Hi-Viz Med (3)                 33.66
                                                                      279422-00                              Credit, Knee Pads                       (9.01)
                                                                                                                                                    $80.75

     38985 09/29/2010        Sails San Diego/Kids First
                                                                      08322-595-3/CUST REFUND                Customer Refund/Closing               297.36
     38986 09/29/2010        San Diego Gas & Electric
                                                                      98031459852 08/10                     T&D 8/5/10-9/7/10                       88.14
                                                                                                             RES 8/5/10-9/7/10                       85.89
                                                                                                             CP 8/5/10-9/7/10                      141.80
                                                                                                             STA 8/5/10-9/7/10                    3,598.05
                                                                                                             PLT 8/5/10-9/7/10                     105.25
                                                                                                                                                 $4,019.13

     38987 09/29/2010        Siemens Water Technologies Corp
                                                                      3013419                                Dl Water Tanks - March                163.04
                                                                      3156833                                Depolox 3 CI2 P/M Kits                669.65
                                                                                                                                                   $832.69

     38988 09/29/2010        Sin key Subway
                                                                      SUBWAY GIFTCARDS 09/10                 Giftcards/AII Hands Event (73)        365.00
     38989 09/29/2010        Underground Service Alert of S. Cal.
                                                                      820100731                              New USA Tickets (160)                 240.00
     38990 09/29/2010        United Rentals Northwest, Inc
                                                                      89578563-001                           Shop, Rivet Gun Parts & Bits           173.41
     38991 09/29/2010         UPS
                                                                      000066A5X1390                          Shipping Week Ending 9/25/10            57.52
     38992 09/29/2010        Verizon Wireless
                                                                      0905322515                             8/13/10-9/12/10 Air Card Chgs           90.02
                                                                      0906201843                             Svc 8/16/10-9/15/10                  2,190.45
                                                                                                                                                 $2,280.47

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                   VISTA                                       Cash Disbursement Report
 V:D  Check
                  IRRIGATION
                  DISTRICT
                                                      September 16, 2010 through September 29, 2010
                                                                       (Payroll related checks are excluded)

                                                                                                                                               Amount,
 Number     Date                           Vendor                         Invoice Number                          Description (Qty)            Incl. Tax
    38993 09/29/2010      Vista Printing
                                                               20032                                     Printing/Business Cards                   84.12
                                                               20068                                     Printing/Business Cards                   84.12
                                                                                                                                                 $168.24
    38994 09/29/2010      VG Donuts & Bakery
                                                               80029                                     SLR Negotiation Mtg 9/22 (12)             28.37
    38995 09/29/2010      Weseloh Chevrolet Company
                                                               793753                                    Trk 39, Horn Repair Part                  24.82
    38996 09/29/2010      Wood, Brenda
                                                               07262-295-0/CUST REFUND                   Customer Refund/Closing                   98.60
    38997 09/29/2010      Xerox Corporation
                                                               050093574                                 Digital Doc System 9/10                 343.00

                                                                                                  Grand Total:                           $118,764.16




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                                                                                    Agenda Item: 7 1
   ^ ^ m m W IRRIGATION
   W MM^DISTRICT                             Board Meeting Date:         October 20,2010
                                             Prepared By:                Lisa Soto
       STAFF REPORT                          Approved By:                Roy Coox

SUBJECT:      RESOLUTION HONORING RETIRING VISTA MAYOR MORRIS B. VANCE

RECOMMENDATION:             Consider adopting a resolution honoring Morris B. Vance, retiring Mayor of
Vista, for his forty years of pubhc service, including 17 years as Vista's City Manager and 8 years as
Vista's Mayor.

PRIOR BOARD ACTION:         None.

FISCAL IMPACT: None.

SUMMARY: Mayor Morris B. Vance will be retiring after forty years of public service, including 17
years as Vista's City Manager and 8 years as Vista's Mayor. City Manager Rita Geldert has notified the
District that the City will be hosting a retirement celebration in honor of Mayor Vance on Tuesday,
December 7, 2010 following the City Council Meeting (at approximately 6:00 p.m.) in the Morris B. Vance
Community Room. The purpose of the event is to formally recognize and thank Mayor Vance for his years
of service and tremendous positive impact he has had on the City of Vista and its residents. Ms. Geldert
has expressed that a Resolution honoring Mayor Vance, adopted by the VID Board of Directors, and
presented by VID at his celebration, would be appreciated. Staff has drafted such a resolution for the
Board's consideration.

ATTACHMENT:        See attached draft resolution.
                                       RESOLUTION NO. 10-xx
                           RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                              OF THE VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
                             HONORING MAYOR MORRIS B. VANCE
      WHEREAS, Morris B. Vance has served as Mayor of Vista from 2002 to 2010, and as City
Manager of Vista from 1981 to 1997; and
         WHEREAS, as City Manager, Morris Vance established the Vista Economic Development
Association which led to the Development of the 1,200 acre Business Park and the 400 acre Industrial
Park, in which Vista Irrigation District's headquarters is located today; and
       WHEREAS, during his term as a Mayor, Morris Vance launched the A.S.K. Vista (Ask, Share,
Know) meetings program in 2005, providing a forum for residents to meet face-to-face with city officials
to leam about what is happening in the City and to have their questions answered about current and
pending city projects, and held more than 60 A.S.K. Vista meetings; and

         WHEREAS, during Mayor Vance's tenure, he was instrumental in getting Proposition L on the
ballot and approved by Vista's voters in 2006. The passage of Proposition L has transformed the city by
funding the construction of the new Civic Center, the Moonlight Amphitheatre stage house, two new fire
stations, and the most recently completed 16 acre Vista Sports Park. Proposition L has also provided
funding to Fire Department personnel to staff the new stations; and

        WHEREAS, Mayor Vance, along with the rest of the City Council, organized a special election in
2007, leading to the successfril passage of Proposition C making Vista a charter city, maximizing the
City's local authority as well as saving millions of dollars on city funded capital improvement projects;
and

        WHEREAS, while serving as Mayor, Morris Vance also served on the board of directors for
SANDAG (Regional Transportation Planning Authority), the San Diego County Regional Airport
Authority, the Encina Wastewater Authority and other regional organizations; and
        WHEREAS, Mayor Morris B. Vance has always strived for a better future for Vista's residents,
always keeeping an eye on the fiiture anticipating the need for infrastmcture improvements, transportation
and quality of life milestones for Vista residents.
         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Directors and staff of the Vista
Irrigation District do hereby express to Morris B. Vance their appreciation for his accomplishments and
outstanding effort for the benefit of all the people of Vista during his tenures as City Manager and as
Mayor of the City of Vista.

         PASSED AND ADOPTED by the following roll call vote of the Board of Directors for the Vista
Irrigation District this day of     2010.
AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:

                                                          Howard S. WilHams, President
ATTEST:


Lisa R. Soto, Secretary
Board of Directors
VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRIC
                      VISTA                                                              Agenda Item: 8
                     tRRiCATtON
                     DISTRfCT                  Board Meeting Date:           October 20, 2010
                                               Prepared By:                  Lisa Soto
       STAFF REPORT                            Approved By:                  Roy Coox

SUBJECT:       RESOLUTION HONORING RETIRING VISTA CITY COUNCILMEMBER BOB
               CAMPBELL

RECOMMENDATION:            Consider adopting a resolution honoring Bob Campbell, retiring Vista City
Coimcilmember, for his nearly 20 years of public service, including 10 years Vista's Economic
Development Director and 8 years as City Councilmember.

PRIOR BOARD ACTION: None.

FISCAL IMPACT: None.

SUMMARY: City Councilmember Bob Campbell will be retiring after nearly 20 years of public service,
including 10 years Vista's Economic Development Director and 8 years as City Councilmember. City
Manager Rita Geldert has notified the District that the City will be hosting a retirement celebration in honor
of Councilmember Campbell on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 following the City Council Meeting (at
approximately 6:00 p.m.) in the Morris B. Vance Community Room. The purpose of the event is to
formally recognize and thank Coimcilmember Campbell for his years of service and positive impact he has
had on the City of Vista, its businesses, and its residents. Ms. Geldert has expressed that a Resolution
honoring Councilmember Campbell, adopted by the VID Board of Directors and presented by VID at his
celebration, would be appreciated. Staff has drafted such a resolution for the Board's consideration.

ATTACHMENT:          See attached draft resolution.
                                      RESOLUTION NO. 10-xx

                       RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                          OF THE VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
                  HONORING VISTA CITY COUNCILMEMBER BOB CAMPBELL

      WHEREAS, Bob Campbell has served as Vista City Councihnember from 2002 to 2010, and as
Economic Development Director from 1989 to 1998; and

        WHEREAS, Bob Campbell was retained by the City of Vista in 1985 in a successfiil effort to
convince the County to build the new $250 million North County Courthouse in Vista. After one year of
serving in a part-time capacity. Bob Campbell was selected to manage the City's new redevelopment and
economic development department. Bob Campbell was instmmental in developing the Vista Economic
Development Association which, over a nine-year period, helped bring in more than 500 firms and
commercial projects to Vista's Business Park; and

         WHEREAS, during his term as Vista City Councilmember, Bob Campbell was heavily involved
in getting Proposition L on the ballot and approved by Vista's voters in 2006. The passage of Proposition
L has transformed the city by funding the constmction of the new Civic Center, the Moonlight
Amphitheatre stage house, two new fire stations, and the most recently completed 16 acre Vista Sports
Park. Proposition L has also provided funding to staff the new fire stations; and

        WHEREAS, Bob Campbell, along with the Mayor and the rest of the City Council, organized a
special election in 2007, leading to the successful passage of Proposition C making Vista a charter city,
maximizing the City's local authority as well as saving millions of dollars on city funded capital
improvement projects; and

        WHEREAS, while serving as City Councilmember, Bob Campbell served as the City's
SANDAG representative. He also served on the Board of Directors for non-profit organizations such as
the Vista Chamber of Commerce, Vista Boy's Club, Vista Rotary Club, Vista Economic Development
Association, Boy Scouts of America (Director at Large), and the Vista YMCA.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Directors and staff of the Vista
Irrigation District do hereby express to Bob Campbell their appreciation for his accomplishments and
outstanding effort for the benefit of all the people of Vista during his tenures as Vista Economic
Development Director and as Vista City Councilmember.

         PASSED AND ADOPTED by the following roll call vote of the Board of Directors for the Vista
Irrigation District this day of ^   2010.

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:


                                                         Howard S. Williams, President

ATTEST:


Lisa R. Soto, Secretary
Board of Directors
VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
                       I75M                                                                Agenda Item: 9
                      iRRICATfON                Board Meeting Date:           October 20, 2010
                      DISTRICT                  Prepared By:                  Brett Hodgkiss
                                                Reviewed By:                  Eldon Boone
         STAFF REPORT                           Approved By:                  Roy Coox

SUBJECT:         AGRICULTURAL WATER PROGRAMS

RECOMMENDATION:
1.       Adopt Resolution No. 10-XX amending rules and regulations pertaining to the Special Agricultural
         Water Rate Program.
2.       Adopt Resolution No. 10-XX amending rules and regulations pertaining to the Interim Agricultural
         Water Program.

PRIOR BOARD ACTION:

6/4/94          Board adopted Resolution No. 94-26 establishing the Metropolitan Water District of Southern
                California (MWD) Interim Agricultural Water Program (LAWP).

5/21/97         Board approved retaining the lAWP rate structure through fiscal year 2001. Additionally, the
                Board adopted one rate for agricultural water supplied to VID customers, regardless of the water
                source (imported or local). The Board also added a provision to the rules and regulations that
                allowed any credit provided by the San Diego County Water Authority (CWA) to be
                automatically passed on to the customer.

6/19/02         Board adopted Ordinance No. 02-01 amending Section 2 of Ordinance No. 01-01 regarding the
                extension of the lAWP and revision of program's rules and regulations.

9/17/08         Board adopted Resolution No. 08-40 consolidating the rules and regulations of the lAWP.

11/19/08        Board adopted Resolution No. 08-52 amending rules and regulations pertaining to the lAWP
                and Resolution No. 08-53 creating rules and regulations pertaining to the CWA Special
                Agricultural Water Rate (SAWR) program.

FISCAL IMPACT: Continuing to provide the lAWP and SAWR discounts on Lake Henshaw water is
estimated to cost the District up to $3,400 for 2011.

SUMMARY:         In October 2008, the CWA Board of Directors approved a two-year transitional SAWR
program for customers opting-out of MWD's lAWP, which will terminate on December 31, 2012. The
two-year transitional SAWR program was set to terminate on December 31, 2010; however, in March
2010, the CWA Board of Directors approved continuation of the transitional SAWR for two additional
years to coincide with the termination of MWD*s lAWP. The District's rules and regulations pertaining to
the SAWR program need to be amended to reflect continuation of the program. Staff also recommends that
fee amounts included in the District's SAWR program rules and lAWP rules be removed and replaced with
language referencing the fee section contained in the District's Rules and Regulations. Other non-
substantive changes are proposed to remove transitional information that is no longer applicable to the
lAWP program.
DETAILED REPORT:           As noted above, tiie CWA Board of Directors approved continuation of the
transitional SAWR program for an additional two years, ending on December 31, 2012. SAWR program
requirements are the same as those approved in 2008, except that participants will be kept at a minimum
thirteen percent (13%) cutback level regardless of MWD's cutback level for municipal and industrial
customers and will be required to maintain a five percent (5%) differential between the CWA municipal
and industrial customer cutback level and the transitional SAWR participant cutback level. The District's
SAWR program rules and regulations will need to be amended to reflect these changes.

Additionally, the District's rules and regulations for the SAWR program and lAWP include Water
Conservation Fee amounts, which are revised as necessary. When these fees are changed, each of the
program's rules and regulations has to be amended to incorporate the revised amounts, normally an
administrative task. Staff is recommending that the fee amounts be removed fi^om each program's rules
and regulations and be replaced with language referencing the fee section contained in the District's Rules
and Regulations.

Resolution Nos. 10-XX (SAWR) and 10-XX (lAWP) contain the proposed rules and regulations for each
program.

ATTACHMENTS:
  1. Resolution No. 10-XX (SAWR)
  2. Resolution No. 10-XX (lAWP)
                                    RESOLUTION NO. 10-XX

                 RESOLUTION OF THE VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
              AMENDING RULES AND REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE
                     SPECL\L AGRICULTURAL WATER RATE

   WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the San Diego County Water Authority approved
continuing the stand-alone transitional Special Agricultural Water Rate two additional years on
March 25, 2010; and

   WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Vista Irrigation District approved participation m San
Diego Coimty Water Authority's stand-alone transitional Special Agricultural Water Rate; and

   WHEREAS, participation in this program necessitates that rules and regulations be amended
pursuant to stand-alone transitional Special Agricultural Water Rate requirements.

   WHEREAS, upon the effective date of this resolution, the rules and regulations pertaining to
the Special Agricultural Water Rate contained in Resolution No. 08-53 shall be repealed and
replaced with provisions set forth herein.

  NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of the Vista Irrigation
District, as follows:

                           SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL WATER RATE

1.1    Definitions

       A.      CWA: San Diego Coimty Water Authority.

       B.     Interim Agricultural Water Program: The Interim Agricultural Water Program
              (lAWP) is an agricultural water discount program offered by the Metropolitan Water
              District of Southern California.

       D.     MWD: Metropolitan Water District of Southern Cahfomia.

       E.     Owner: Owner of Record per the County of San Diego.

       F.     Reduction in Delivery: Reduction in delivery to these customers will be a minimum
              of thirteen percent (13%) regardless of MWD's municipal and industrial cutback
              level. At least a five percent (5%) differential between CWA's municipal and
              industrial cutback level and the Special Agricultural Water Rate cutback level will be
              maintained.

       G.     Special Agricultural Water Rate (SAWR): The SAWR adopted by CWA's Board on
              October 23, 2008 and extended on March 25, 2010, wherein an agricultural water
              discount for treated water and untreated water shall be applied to water purchased by
              those water agencies participating in the SAWR.

       H.      VID: Vista Irrigation District
1.2   Oualification to Participate in this Program: Only customers terminating participation in the
      lAWP are eligible to participate in the SAWR. The rules require that the program be limited
      to water used for: "The growing or raising, in conformity with recognized practices of
      husbandry, for the purposes of commerce, trade, or industry, of agricultural, horticultural, or
      floricultural products, and produced: (1) for human consumption or for the market; (2) for
      the feeding of fowl or livestock produced for human consumption or for the market; or (3) for
      the feeding of fowl or livestock for the purpose of obtaining their products for human
      consumption or for the market, such products to be grown are raised on a parcel of land
      having an area of not less than one acre utilized exclusively therefore."

1.3   Duration of Program: The SAWR program expires on December 31, 2012. Once an owner has
      entered into this program, the owner's land will be subject to the conditions of this program for
      the duration of the program unless the agricultural owner's lands no longer qualify for the
      program or the owner terminates participation in the program, subject to the conditions specified
      below. It is the intent of the VJD Board of Directors that the benefits and obligations of the
      program shall run with the land and not with the owner, and it is the responsibility of the owner to
      disclose that the land is subject to this program.

1.4   Request to Terminate Participation in Program: Owners enrolling in die program in 2011 will
      be able to terminate participation (opt-out) in the program effective January 1, 2012. Request
      to terminate participation received in 2011 will be effective beginning January 1, 2012.
      SAWR reductions will continue to be enforced through the end of the calendar year in which
      the request to terminate participation is received. Once an owner terminates participation in
      the program, he/she may not re-enroll.

1.5   Amount of Discount to be Passed on to District Agricultural Customers: A discounted
      commodity rate will be applied to each individual agricultural account in an amount equal to the
      SAWR discoimt receivedfi-omCWA. VID will use a melded rate, based on the SAWR for
      treated and untreated water, as the discount.

1.6   Parcels served bv multiple meters: If a parcel qualifying under this program is served by
      more than one meter, then all meters shall be considered included in this program and will be
      subject to a Reduction in Delivery.

1.7   Agricultural Meters Serving One or More Homes: When a meter supplies water to a parcel
      qualifying under this program which contains one or more residences, the first 26 units of
      water delivered per month shall be considered domestic water and shall be billed at the
      District's domestic water rate. The SAWR shall only apply to that water used after the first
      26 units of water per month.

1.8   Execution of Program Forms: The Certification and Acknowledgment Form must be signed by
      the owner of the property and shall be recorded against the property. In cases where the owner
      has given the proper power of attorney to an agent, the agent may execute the Certification and
      Acknowledgment Form by providing a copy of the power of attorney to the District.

1.9   Verification of Program Oualifications: The District may require proof that the agricultural
      products raised by the owner were produced for human consumption or for the market by
      furnishing the District with copies of bills of sale or other documentation acceptable to the
      District.
1.10   Liabihtv for SAWR Penalties and Charges as Required bv VID: Should VID determine that
       water purchased under this program was done so under the basis of incorrect information
       supphed by the apphcant or used for purposes other than agricultural purposes as defined in
       Section 1.2, VID may assess penalties and charges. The District shall assess the then current
       owner these rates, penalties and charges even though the then current owner may not have been
       the owner executing the Certification and Acknowledgment Form.

1.11   Interruption in Deliverv of Water: The owner shall certify and acknowledge by executing the
       Certification and Acknowledgment Form or Request to Terminate Participation Form that he/she
       further acknowledges that his/her parcel is subject to reductions in delivery up to full Jntermption
       based on water supply conditions as determined by VID. For owners who have termiimted
       participation in the program after January 1 of a given year, the condition that their parcels are
       subject to reductions in delivery up to full intermption remain in place until January 1 of the
       following calendar year.

1.12   VTD Matching Agricultural Rate: The VID Board authorizes a matching reduction in water rates
       for local water to any agricultural customer participating in CWA's SAWR program.

1.13   Non-Compliance. Penalty Water Rates and Fees

       A.      Any person, who uses, causes to be used, or permits the use of water in violation
               of this resolution is guilty of an offense punishable as provided herein.

       B.      Each day that a violation of this resolution occurs is a separate offense.

       C.      Water usage in excess of required reductions, as set forth in Section 1.1 F, will be
               billed at the SAWR plus a penalty water rate.

       D.      Water Conservation Fees, as set forth in Section 4.4.17 of the District's Rules and
               Regulations, may be levied for each violation of a provision of this resolution as
               follows:

               1.      A first violation of any provision of this resolution shall result in a letter of
                       warning.

               2.      A second violation of any provision of this resolution within one year shall
                       result in the assessment of Water Conservation Fee.

               3.      A third violation of this resolution within one year shall result in the
                       assessment of an additional Water Conservation Fee.

               4.      Four or more violations of any provision of this resolution shall result in the
                       assessment of an additional Water Conservation Fee.

       E.      Violation of a provision of this resolution is subject to enforcement through
               installation of a flow-restricting device in the meter. The cost of installing and
               removing a flow-restricting device will be paid for by the person, who uses, causes
               to be used, or permits the use of water in violation of this resolution.
       F.      All fees and costs associated witii installmg and removmg a flow-restricting device
               and disconnecting and re-connecting water service will be added to the account of
               die person, who uses, causes to be used, or permits the use of water m violation of
               this resolution. Fees and costs will appear on and be payable with the first billmg
               statement for the period the violation occurred and be subject to the same remedies
               that are imposed by the District for failure to pay other charges.

       G.      All remedies provided for herein shall be cumulative and not exclusive. In addition,
               remedies may be invoked, combined, or accelerated based on the timing and
               severity of the violation.

1.14 Appeals

       A.      Any person complaining about fees and/or other remedies applied m accordance
               with Section 1.13 shall have that complaint be first taken up witii the General
               Manager before any action will be taken by the District's Board of Du-ectors.

       B.      The General Manager's determination may be appealed in writing within ten days
               of the mailing of a notice of determination. Any determination not timely appealed
               shall be final.

       C.      The person appealing the General Manager's determination shall submit a written
               request to the Board Secretary to have his or her appeal considered as an item for
               discussion and action at an upcoming Board meeting. The written request shall
               include: 1) a description of the issues, 2) evidence supporting the claim, and 3) a
               request for resolution of the dispute.

        D.     The District shall at least ten days before the date of the hearing mail an appropriate
               notice of the regular or special meeting at which the appeal will be heard. The
               Board may, in its discretion, affirm, reverse or modify the determination.

   PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Vista Irrigation District this _ day of
     by the following roll call vote:

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:

                                                  Howard S. Williams, President
ATTEST:



Lisa R. Soto, Secretary
Board of Directors
VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
                                     RESOLUTION NO. 10-XX

               RESOLUTION OF THE VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
        AMENDING EXISTING RULES AND REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE
                  INTERIM AGRICULTURAL WATER PROGRAM

        WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Vista hrigation District (VID) adopted rules and
regulations pertaining to Metropolitan Water District of Southern Califomia's (MWD) Interim
Agricultural Water Program (lAWP) on November 19, 2008; and

        WHEREAS, Section 1.13, Non-Compliance, Penalty Water Rate and Fees, of the rules and
regulations pertaining to the lAWP includes a reference to the fee section contained in VID's Rules
and Regulations and lists specific Water Conservation Fee amounts; and

       WHEREAS, each time the Board of Directors approves new fee amounts, the Board of
Directors is required to amend lAWP rules and regulations to incorporate the new fee amounts; and

        WHEREAS, amending the lAWP rules and regulations to remove the Water Conservation
Fee amounts and replace them with language referencing the fee amounts contained in VID's Rules
and Regulations eliminates the need to amend the lAWP rules and regulations to incorporate
revisions to fee amounts; and

         WHEREAS, upon the effective date of this resolution, the rules and regulations pertaining
to the lAWP contained m Resolution No. 08-52 shall be repealed and replaced with provisions set
forth herein.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of die Vista Irrigation
District, as follows:

                        INTERIM AGRICULTURAL WATER PROGRAM

1.1     Definitions

       A.      Owner: Owner of Record per the County of San Diego.

       B.      Interim Agricultural Water Program: The Interim Agricultural Water Program
               (lAWP) adopted by the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Water District of
               Southern California on May 10, 1994, renewed on September 10, 1996, extended on
               March 12, 2002, and amended on October 14, 2008, wherein an agricultural water
               discount for treated water and untreated water shall be applied to water purchased by
               those water agencies participating in the lAWP.

       C.      Interim Agricultural Water Program Certification and Acknowledgment Form: A Vista
               Irrigation District form on which the owner of qualifying agricultural lands certifies that
               his/her land qualifies for the lAWP and acknowledges that by participating in this
               program, his/her property is subject to reduction in delivery up to the fiill intermption
               based upon water supply conditions as determined by VID.

       D.      MWD: Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.

       E.      CWA: San Diego County Water Authority.

                                                   1
           F.      Reduction in Delivery: Participants in this program may be first in line to have a
                   percentage of their normal water supply "interrupted" due to a declared drought.
                   Under the program, the following reductions may be enforced:


      Regional       Regional       2008             2009         2010           2011           2012
      Shortage       Shortage
      Level          Percentage
                     Voluntary              Up To 30%             Up To          Up To          Up To
                                                                  24%            18%            11%
      1              5%             30%              30%          24%            18%            11%
      2              10%            30%              30%          25%            20%            15%
      3              15%            40%              40%          34%            28%            21%
      4              20%            50%              50%          43%            35%            28%
      5              25%            75%              75%          63%            50%            38%
      6              30%            100%             100%         75%            60%            45%
      7              35%            100%             100%         84%            68%            51%
      8              40%            100%             100%         85%            70%            55%
      9              45%            100%             100%         86%            73%            59%
      10             50%            100%             100%         88%            75%            63%

                   These reductions apply to all agricultural water supplied by the Vista Irrigation
                   District. In any case, the Vista Irrigation District reserves the right to enforce any
                   reduction in water deliveries to the Vista Irrigation District's agricultural customers
                   which it receives from either MWD or CWA.

           G.      Request to Terminate Participation Form: A Vista Irrigation District form on which the
                   owner requests termination of participation in the lAWP and acknowledges that by
                   terminating participation in this program, his/her water commodity rate will increase to
                   the domestic waterrateand that he/she will not be able to re-enroll in the program.

           H.       VID: Vista Irrigation District

1.2        Oualifications to Participate in this Program: Agricultural customers of the Vista Irrigation
           District who utilized lAWP water in fiscal year 2007 and qualify under the rules may
           participate in this program. The rules require that the program be limited to water used for:
           "The growing or raising, in conformity with recognized practices of husbandry, for the
           purposes of commerce, trade, or industry, of agricultural, horticultural, or floricultural
           products, and produced: (1) for human consumption or for the market; (2) for the feeding of
           fowl or livestock produced for human consumption or for the market; or (3) for the feeding of
           fowl or livestock for the purpose of obtaining their products for human consumption or for
           the market, such products to be grown are raised on a parcel of land having an area of not less
           than one acre utilized exclusively therefore."

1.3        Duration of Program: The lAWP is being phased-out over four calendar years resulting in
           the termination of the program on December 31, 2012. Once an agricultural owner has entered
           into this program, the owner's land will be subject to the conditions of this program for the
           duration of the program unless the agricultural owner's lands no longer quahfy for the program or
           the owner terminates participation in the program, subject to the conditions specified below. It is
           the intent of the Vista Irrigation District Board of Directors that the benefits and obhgations of the
       program shall run with the land and not with the owner, and it is the responsibility of the owner to
       disclose that the land is subject to this program.

1.4    Request to Terminate Participation in Program: Owners can terminate participation (opt-out) in
       the program each January, until the program ends on December 31, 2012. Request to terminate
       participation received in a given year will be effective beginning January 1 of the following
       calendar year. lAWP reductions will continue to be enforced through the end of the calendar year
       in which die request to terminate participation is received. On the effective date of the request to
       terminate participation, the owner will pay the fiill domestic water rate and not be subject to
       reduction in deliveries associated with lAWP. Once an owner terminates participation in the
       program, he/she may not re-enroll.

1.5    Amount of Discoimt to be Passed on to District Agricultural Customers: A discounted
       commodity rate will be applied to each individual agricultural account in an amount equal to the
       interim agricultural water rate discount received fiom MWD. VID will use a meldedrate,based
       on the interim agricultural waterratesfor treated and untreated water, as the discount.

1.6    Parcels served by multiple meters: If a parcel qualifying under this program is served by
       more than one meter, then all meters shall be considered included in this program and will be
       subject to a Reduction in Delivery.

1.7    Agricultural Meters Serving One or More Homes: When a meter supplies water to a parcel
       qualifying under this program which contains one or more residences, the first 26 units of
       water delivered per month shall be considered domestic water and shall be billed at the
       District's domestic water rate. The Interim Agricultural Discount shall only apply to that
       water used after the first 26 units of water per month.

1.8    Execution of Program Forms: The Certification and Acknowledgment Form and Request to
       Terminate Participation Form must be signed by the owner of the property and shall be recorded
       against the property. In cases where the owner has given the proper power of attorney to an
       agent, the agent may execute the Certification and Acknowledgment Form or Request to
       Terminate Participation Form by providing a copy of the power of attomey to the District.

1.9    Verification of Program Oualifications: The District may require proof that the agricultural
       products raised by the owner were produced for human consumption or for the market by
       fiimishing the District with copies of bills of sale or other documentation acceptable to the
       District.

1.10   Liabilitv for Interim Agricultural Discount Penalties and Charges as Required bv VID: Should
       VID determine that water purchased under this program was done so under the basis of incorrect
       information supplied by the applicant or used for purposes other than agricultural purposes as
       defined in Section 1.2, VID may assess penalties and charges. The District shall assess the then
       current owner theserates,penalties and charges even though the then current owner may not have
       been the owner executing the Certification and Acknowledgment Form. The District shall
       immediately disqualifytiiatparcelfix)mparticipating in the program.

1.11   Interruption in Deliverv of Water: The owner shall certify and acknowledge by executing the
       Certification and Acknowledgment Form or Request to Terminate Participation Form that
       he/she further acknowledges that his/her parcel is subject to reductions in delivery up to full
       interruption based on water supply conditions as determined by VID. For owners who have
       terminated participation in the program after January 1 of a given year, the condition that
       their parcels are subject to reductions in delivery up to full interruption remain in place until
       January 1 of the following calendar year .

1.12   VID Matching Agricultural Rate: The VID Board authorizes a matching reduction in water rates
       for local water to any agricultural customer participating in MWD's lAWP.

1.13   Non-Compliance. Penalty Water Rate and Fees

       A.     Any person, who uses, causes to be used, or permits the use of water in violation of
              this resolution is guilty of an offense punishable as provided herein.

       B.     Each day that a violation of this resolution occurs is a separate offense.

       C.     Water usage m excess of required reductions, as set forth in Section L I E , will be
              billed at the lAWP rate plus a penalty water rate.

       D.     Water Conservation Fees, as set forth in Section 4.4.17 of the District's Rules and
              Regulations, may be levied for each violation of a provision of this resolution as
              follows:

               1.     A first violation of any provision of this resolution shall result in a letter of
                      warning.

              2.      A second violation of any provision of this resolution within one year shall
                      result in the assessment of a Water Conservation Fee.

              3.      A third violation of this resolution within one year shall result in the
                      assessment of an additional Water Conservation Fee.

              4.      Four or more violations of any provision of this resolution shall result in the
                      assessment of an additional Water Conservation Fee.

       E.     Violation of a provision of this resolution is subject to enforcement through
              installation of a flow-restricting device in the meter. The cost of installing and
              removmg a flow-restricting device will be paid for by the person, who uses, causes
              to be used, or permits the use of water in violation of this resolution.

       F.     All fees and costs associated with installing and removing a flow-restrictmg device
              and disconnectmg and re-connecting water service will be added to the account of
              the person, who uses, causes to be used, or permits the use of water in violation of
              this resolution. Fees and costs will appear on and be payable with the first billing
              statement for the period the violation occurred and be subject to the same remedies
              that are imposed by the District for failure to pay other charges.
       G.      All remedies provided for herein shall be cumulative and not exclusive. In
               addition, remedies may be invoked, combmed, or accelerated based on the timing
               and severity of the violation.

1.14   Appeals

       A.      Any person complaining about fees and/or other remedies applied in accordance
               with Section 1.13 shall have tiiat complaint be first taken up with tiie General
               Manager before any action will be taken by tiie District's Board of Dkectors.

       B.      The General Manager's determination may be appealed in writing within ten days
               of the mailing of a notice of determination. Any determination not timely appealed
               shall be final.

       C.      The person appealing the General Manager's determination shall submit a written
               request to the Board Secretary to have his or her appeal considered as an item for
               discussion and action at an upcoming Board meeting. The written request shall
               include: 1) a description of the issues, 2) evidence supporting the claim, and 3) a
               request for resolution of the dispute.

        D.     The District shall at least ten days before the date of the hearing mail an appropriate
               notice of the regular or special meeting at which the appeal will be heard. The
               Board may, in its discretion, affirm, reverse or modify the determmation.

       PASSED AND ADOPTED by die Board of Directors of tiie Vista Inigation District this _
day of       by the following roll call vote:

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:

                                                  Howard S. WiUiams, President
ATTEST:



Lisa R. Soto, Secretary
Board of Directors
VISTA IRRIGATION DISTRICT
                      VISTA                                                             Agenda Item: 10
                     ERRIGATION
                     DISTRICT
     WATER CONSERVATION &
        SUSTAINABILITY                         Board Meeting Date:           October 20,2010
 COMMITTEE REPORT                              Prepared By:                  Dirs. Miller & Vdsquez              |

SUBJECT:       WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAMS

RECOMMENDATION: Approve using water conservation program funds to fund a turf removal rebate
program and to create a demonstration garden in the office lobby courtyard area.

PRIOR BOARD ACTION:           None.

FISCAL IMPACT: $12,000 for an artificial turf incentive for residential customers is included in the budget.
Funding for a turf removal program in the amount of $26,200 has recentiy been made available through the
Metropolitan Water District of Soutiiem California (Metropolitan), so die District could use the $12,000 on
other water conservation programs/projects. Required fimding levels would be tied to the type of program(s) to
be offered or project(s) undertaken by the District. Any incentives offered by the District would supplement
those already offered by Metropolitan.

SUMMARY:            The District budgeted $12,000 to fimd an artificial turf incentive program for residential
customers in fiscal year 2011. Subsequentiy, Metropolitan made available $803,000 to the San Diego County
Water Authority (Water Authority) and its member agencies to lund water conservation programs/projects. As
previously reported to the Board, the District's share of the fimding was approximately $26,200 and would be
used to offer a turf removal rebate ($1.00 per square foot) through Metropolitan.

On October 6, Metropolitan informed the Water Authority that its request for participation in the Member
Agency Administered Program had been approved for a specified list of projects, including the District's
turf removal program. With the turf removal program now being fiinded by Metropolitan, the District
could use the $12,000 on other water conservation programs/projects.

DETAILED REPORT: The District has provided water conservation programs to its customers for over
twenty years. Conservation efforts have included financial incentives on water-saving devices, residential
water use surveys, landscape audits and various outreach activities (e.g. homeowner landscape workshops,
community group presentations, etc.). Attached is a list of incentives and programs that are currently
available to District customers. NOTE: The incentive amounts and applicable rules for each program are
set by the administering agency, either Metropolitan or the Water Authority.

Since 2007, the District has offered its residential customers a rebate on the installation of artificial turf
The District budgeted $12,000 this fiscal year to continue offering a rebate to its customers through
Metropolitan's regional residential conservation rebate program. Subsequently, Metropolitan informed the
District that it would no longer offer artificial tiuf rebates through its regional residential conservation
rebate program.

To give its member agencies and their retail agencies greater flexibility. Metropolitan created a Member
Agency Administered Program that provides fimding for local water conservation programs/projects. The
Water Authority has been allocated $803,000 to apportion amongst its member agencies. The District has
been allocated $26,214 as part of this program.
Metropolitan has approved die Water Authority's participation in die Member Agency Administered
Program so the District will be able to use this funding source to offer its single-family residential
customers a $1.00 per square foot rebate for removing natural grass. The District has previously offered a
similar $1.00 per square foot rebate for installing artificial turf, and the new turf removal rebate will be
offered in lieu of the District incentive for artificial turf Rebates will be available on a first come, first
serve basis until funds are depleted or April 30, 2011, whichever comes first. The District will have the
option to continue funding the incentive with its own monies should the Member Agency Administered
Program fimds be depleted before April 30, 2011.

At the October 4 meeting of the Water Conservation and Sustainability Committee, the Committee
members and District staff discussed options for using the funds currently budgeted for a residential
artificial turf rebate program. Options included, but were not limited to, continuing with an artificial turf
rebate program, funding a turf removal incentive program, and creating a demonstration garden in the
lobby courtyard area (or a combination of the above). The Committee discussed several options and
prioritized use of District funds contingent on the availability of fimding from Metropolitan.

Now that the funding from Metropolitan has materialized, the Committee recommends that the District
reserve $6,000 to supplement the turf removal program funding and use the remaining $6,000 to create a
demonstration garden in the lobby courtyard area. In order to stretch the available funding, staff suggested
using local community college students to develop a concept and design to replace the existing courtyard
landscaped area with a water-wise demonstration garden. The Committee concurred with staffs
suggestion and requested that they contact Mira Costa Community College to determine their interest in
participating in this project. The Committee added that if there seems to be a lack of interest in participation
on the college's part, perhaps a small scholarship could be offered by the District to generate interest.

ATTACHMENTS:
  1. October 6,2010 letterfix)mMetropolitan regarding Member Agency Administered Program
  2. Water Conservation Incentives and Programs
                         W , TmM£TROPOllTANWAT£li DISTRICT
                             O f SOUTHERN CAUfORNIA




        Office of the Generic Manager



        October 6, 2010


        Ms. Maureen Stapleton
        General Manager
        San Diego County Water Authority
        4677 Overland Avenue
        San Diego, CA 92123-1233

         Dear Ms. Stapleton:

         FY 2010/11 Metropolitan Funded/Member Agency Administered Program

         This letter is to inform you that the San Diego County Water Authority's (Authority) request for
         participation in locally implemented programs funded by The Metropolitan Water District of
         Southern CaHfomia (Metropolitan) has been approved for the following projects:
              1. Residential and Commercial Turf Removal Program at Metropolitan's pilot progrMn
                 incentive rate of $1 per square foot, for the following agencies:
                    o City of San Diego, up to $277,386
                    o Olivenhain Municipal Water District, up to $32,199
                    o Otay Water District, up to $58,879
                    o Vista Irrigation District, up to $26,214
              2. Residential WBIC Program, up to $11,464
                   o S80 per WBIC, or
                   o $25 per station if over one acre
              3. Residential Surveys (Water Use Evaluations), up to $15,000
                   o $12.50 per single family survey
                   o $18.00 per irrigation evaluation with irrigation timer
                   o $8.00 per irrigation evaluation without irrigation timer
              4. Full Audit (Water Use Evaluations) Commercial Landscape Surveys, up to $81,858
                   o $200 per acre, up to half the cost of the survey

         Projects must be completed by April 30, 2011, and all invoices must be received by
         May 15, 2011, for payment eligibility.



700 N. Alameda Street Los Angeles, Cafifomia 9CK)12 • Mailing Address: Box 54153, Los Angeles. California 90054-0153 • Telephone (213) 217-6000
THE METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CAUFORNIA



Ms. Mameen Stapleton
Page 2
October 6, 2010


As discussed with your staff, the following projects have not been approved pending submittal of
additional information by the Authority:
     1. Managed Landscape Program Expansion, up to $194,000;
    2. WaterSmart Target Program - Web-Based Water Budgets, up to $100,000; and
    3. Conservation Garden Classes, up to $74,687.

Please tiote that Metropohtan's approval of the request for participation is subject to and does not
waive Metropolitan's termination rights under the rate structure integrity provisions of our
residential master agreement (No. 78189) and commercial master agreement (No. 66654).

If Metropolitan terminates the Agreements pursuant to the rate structure integrity provisions, the
terms within those provisions regarding Metropolitan'sfinancialobhgations will govern the
extent and timing of Metropohtan's processing or payment of incentives. As a result, the
Authority may not receive anyftmdingfrom Metropolitan for the approved projects listed herein.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Andy Hui of my staff at (213) 217-6557 or via
email at ahui@mwdh2o.com.

We look forward to working with you on these water use efficiency projects.

Very;wly_



Jeffre
Genera] Manag

DLH:vs
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THE METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CAUFORNIA



Ms. Maureen Stapleton
Page 2
October 6,2010


cc:    Mr. Bill Rose
       Director of Right of Way
       San Diego County Water Authority
       4677 Overland Avenue
       San Diego, CaHfomia 92123-1233

       Ms. Mayda Portillo
       Senior Water Resources Specialist
       San Diego County Water Authority

       Ms. Lori Swanson
       Water Resource Specialist
       San Diego County Water Authority
                      Water Conservation Incentives/Programs

Rebate Programs offered through the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

                            Residential Rebates (SoCal Water$mart)

  Device                                        Incentive
  High Efficiency Washers                       $185
  Weather Based Irrigation Controller           $80; $25 per station (sites one acre or more)
  Rotating Nozzles                              $3 per head (minimum of 25)

                  Commercial. Industrial, Institutional Rebates (Save a Buck)

      Device                                                  Incentive
      Weather-based Irrigation Controllers                    $25 per station
      Large Rotary Nozzles                                    $7 per set
      Rotating Nozzles for Pop-up Spray Head Retrofits        $3 (minimum of 25)
      Commercial High-efficiency Toilet (HEX)                 $50
      Commercial HEX (New Construction Upgrade)               $30
      Urinals (Zero Water Use and Ultra-low Water Use)        $200
      Urinals (New Construction Upgrade)                      $60
      Cooling Xower Conductivity Controller                   $625 (pH-$1,700)
      Dry Vacuum Pump                                         $125 per 0.5 horsepower
      Connectionless Food Steamer                             $485 per compartment
      Ice Making Machine                                      $300

NOTE: Rebates are available on a first come, first serve basis until fimds are depleted or April
30. 2011, whichever comes first.




           Survey/Audits offered through the San Diego County Water Authority

Residential Landscape Services

Commercial, Industrial, Institutional Landscape Services
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                      VISTA
                     IRRIGATION               Board Meeting Date:            October 20,2010
                     DISTRICT                 Prepared By:                   Dan Dambach/Jim BaU
                                              Reviewed By:                   Eldon Boone/Don Smith
                                              Approved By:                   Roy Coox
       STAFF REPORT
SUBJECX:      DISXRICX EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

RECOMMEND AXION:           Receive update on the status of the District's emergency preparedness.

PRIOR BOARD ACXION:
9/18/96       Approved the Emergency Preparedness Policy which incorporated the District's Emergency
              Response Plan (ERP), Resolution No. 96.40
10/15/03      Reviewed revision of the District's ERP to comply with Section 1433(b) of tiie Safe
              Drinking Water Act - Public Health Security and Bio-terrorism Preparedness and Response
              Act of 2002 (Public Law 107-108, Xitie IV - Drinking Water Security and Safety)
9/08/06       Approved the revision to the Emergency Preparedness Policy which added the National
              Incident Management System (NIMS) to the fist of definitions under 6.9.3 of the District's
              Rules and Regulations.
11/04/09      Reviewed the District's Pandemic Response Plan developed by staff as an addition to the
              ERP.

FISCAL IMPACX: None.

SUMMARY: As the owner and administrator of critical public water system infi^astructure, the District's
ability to provide adequate and timely response in times of emergency is a core fimction. In order to
provide such response, the District has focused on three areas of preparation: plarming, training, and
collaboration. Xhe purpose of this report is to update the Board on the status of the District's emergency
preparedness.

DEXAILED REPORX:

Planning
Xhe District's planning for emergency response includes the preparation of key documents, including;
           Emergency Preparedness Policy. Xhis policy, adopted by the Board as a part of the District's
           Rules and Regulations, establishes emergency preparedness as a core fijnction of the District,
           defines the general elements of the District's emergency preparedness, and describes the
           general responsibilities of District staff during times of emergency.
       •   Emergency Response Plan (ERP). Xhis more comprehensive document provides the details of
           how the District mobilizes to respond to emergency situations. It describes how triggering
           events are assessed, how a state of emergency is declared, and how the response fijnctions of
           the District are organized during an emergency. Xhe ERP contemplates a wide range of
           responses depending on the severity and nature of the emergency.
       •   Henshaw Emergency Action Plan (EAP) - Xhe Henshaw EAP describes the actions and
           procedures to be taken by District persormel in the event of the failure of Henshaw Dam. A key
           element of the plan is to define the District's role in initiating and informing a regional response
           to such an event by various emergency responders, including the County Sheriffs Department,
           the County Office of Emergency Services, the California Division of Safety of Dams, and the
           Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Xhe Distiict maintains a notification flow
           chart as part of the EAP, and the contact information in the flow chart is verified and updated at
           least armually.
       •    Vulnerability Assessment. Xhis document, whose preparation was mandated by Congress after
           the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, assesses the vulnerability of the District's facilities to
           malevolent attack, and provides recommendations to reduce tiie District's exposure to high risk
           vulnerabilities. As sensitive security information, this document is confidential and is not
           subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.

Xhese documents are reviewed regularly and updated as needed to reflect changing organizational
structures and/or strategic approach.

Training
Training for emergency preparedness occurs at all levels within the District. Individuals are trained in the
elements of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), which facilitates the District's
participation in the multi-JTirisdictional response to a regional incident. Key individuals also attend classes
and seminars pertaining to specific emergency response considerations, such as for pandemic influenza,
earthquake preparedness, or waterbome pathogen outbreak.

Xhe District also engages in periodic drills and exercises to practice elements of the ERP and Henshaw
EAP. Xhese activities range fi"om simple fire drills to comprehensive, multi agency role-playing exercises
to rehearse the response and coordination fimctions of the District with other emergency responders.
Examples of this later type of training include the Henshaw Functional Exercise performed in April of 2010
and the Golden Guardian exercises coordinated through the California Emergency Management Agency.
Xhe San Diego County Water Authority is in the plarming stages of a fimctional exercise next year to
rehearse the emergency response and coordination fimctions of itself and its member agencies.

Collaboration
In additional to the collaborative training described above, the District participates in a number of
collaborative emergency response efforts and tools, including:

       San Diego County Water Authority's Mutual Aid Agreement
       Emergency water system interconnections and operational support with neighboring water agencies
       WEB-EOC / Web Based Emergency Operations Center within San Diego County
       CalWARN - California Water Agencies Response Network
       MACS - Multi-Agency Commimication System
       WaterlSAC - Water Information Sharing and Analysis Center
       GETS - Goverrmient Emergency Xeleconmiunications Service
       NIMS - National Incident Management System
       WAEC - Water Agency Emergency Collaborative

AXXACHMENXS:          None.
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                    iKKICATTON
                    DiSTmCT                  Board Meeting Date:          October 20,2010
                                             Prepared By:                 Don Smith
       STAFF REPORT                          Approved By:                 Roy Coox

SUBJECX:      OUXSXANDING ENVIRONMENXAL ANALYSIS AWARD

RECOMMEND AXION: Receive the Outstanding Environmental Analysis Document of the Year award
fi-om the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Environmental Professionals for the District's work on
the Navy's Remote Training Site Warner Springs.

PRIOR BOARD ACXION:          None.

FISCAL IMPACX:       None.

SUMMARY:         Xhe Environmental Assessment/Mitigated Negative Declaration (EA/MND) document
prepared in support of the Navy's proposed expansion of Remote Xraining Site Warner Springs (RXSWS)
has been recognized by the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) as
the Outstanding Environmental Analysis Document of the year at its Awards Ceremony in San Diego on
October 7^2010.

DEXAILED REPORX:             Xhis award recognizes the outstanding collaboration of the Vista Irrigation
District (as CEQA lead agency), the US Department of the Navy (as NEPA lead agency), and the US
Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management (as cooperating agencies), as well as the essential
contributions of the Coleman Planning Group (as CEQA consuUant) and the Joint Venture of SRS and
Parsons (as the NEPA consultant). Xhe joint EA/MND prepared by this team was found by the AEP to be a
clear and innovative example of an envirormiental document prepared to jointly satisfy the requirements of
both NEPA and CEQA. A more complete description of the document and its suitability for AEP's
recognition are included in the qualifying submission to the AEP, attached.

AXXACHMENXS:         AEP Awards Qualification Form - RXSWS
           AEP AWARDS QUALIFICATION FORM
     OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS—MND/EA

             NEPA (EA) and CEQA (MND) Joint Document
                Remote Training Site Warner Springs

               CEQA Lead Agency: Vista Irrigation District

               NEPA Lead Agency: Department of the Navy

       COOPERATING Agencies: US Forest Service and BLM


Vista Irrigation District
CEQA Team
Don Smith                                          Roy Coox
Director of Water Resources                        General Manager
Vista Irrigation District                          Vista Irrigation District
1391 Engineer Street                               1391 Engineer Street
Vista, CA 92081-8836                               Vista, CA 92081-8836
760-597-3100                                       760-597-3100

Angela Morrow                                      Michael F. Coleman, AlCP
Water Resources Project Manager                    Coleman Planning Group
Vista Irrigation District                          1042 North El Camino Real
1391 Engineer Street                               Suite B-376
Vista, CA 92081-8836                               Encinitas.CA 92024-1322
760-597-3100                                       619-857-0162


Navai Facilities Engineering Command Southwest
NEPA TEAM
Department of the Navy                      SRS-Parsons JV
Teresa Hall, Environmental Planner          Krystal Kermott, Project Manager
2791 McKean Street, BIdg 291                440 Stevens Avenue
San Diego, CA 92136                         Solana Beach, CA 92075
619-556-7315                                858-345-1952


Cooperating Agencies
Bureau of Land Management                          United States Forest Service
Greg Hill, Planning & Env. Coordinator             Cleveland National Forest
(Palm Springs-South Coast Field Office)            Joan Friedlander, District Ranger
1201 Bird Center Drive                             (Palomar Ranger District)
Palm Springs, CA 92262                             10845 Rancho Bemardo Rd, # 200
760-833-7140                                       San Diego, CA 92127
                                                   (760) 788-0250

                                     Page 1 of 5
             NEPA (EA) and CEQA (MND) Joint Document
                Remote Training Site Warner Springs

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Expansion of the existing Department of the Navy
Remote Training Site. Warner Springs, California (RTSWS). The training site,
which is partially leased from the Vista irrigation District (VID), currently provides
area for military training activities for search, evasion, resistance, and escape
(SERE) training. The proposed project under CEQA consists of the expansion
and realignment of training areas, portions of w/hich would occur on land owned
by the VID (expansion of current lease area of 1,198 acres by adding an
additional 4,307 acre lease area).

The EA describes the proposed project and evaluates the potential
environmental effects associated with the project, along with describing
measures necessary to avoid any effects that might be significant. Vista
Irrigation District (VID) has participated in the preparation of the Draft EA to
ensure that it complies with the provisions of Article 14 of the California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines. Accordingly, VID will use the
EA as its Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) under CEQA as is
appropriate to this project pursuant to the CEQA Guidelines Section 15221.
The Mitigated Negative Declaration is contained within the Navy's EA
(Appendix A).

UNIQUENESS: Utilization of a seldom used CEQA Guidelines Section 15225
allowed for an efficient use of taxpayer resources and substantial costs savings
by making use of the federal EA with little duplication of effort, and substantial
time savings and cost savings yet fully complying with CEQA. The project team
had not seen this section of CEQA ever utilized in the San Diego region
previously in conjunction with a Joint CEQA/NEPA document.

CEQA Guidelines Section 15225 allows for use of the federal environmental
document in place of the CEQA document where the federal agency circulated
the federal document for public review consistent with Section 15072(a) of the
CEQA Guidelines. Pursuant to Section 15225 of the CEQA Guidelines, one public
review period shall suffice, and prior to using the federal document, the CEQA
Lead Agency shall give notice that it will use the federal document in place of the
CEQA document and that it believes that the federal document meets the
requirements of CEQA. The public review met the standards of CEQA Guidelines
Section 15072, including notification by the CEQA Lead Agency in a newspaper
of largest general circulation, as well as posting with the County Clerk and State
Clearinghouse.




                                     Page 2 of 5
                  AEP AWARDS QUALIFICATION FORM
            OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS—MND/EA

Describe how the nomination meets the following criteria:

              N E P A (EA) a n d C E Q A ( M N D ) J o i n t D o c u m e n t
                   R e m o t e Training Site W a r n e r S p r i n g s

Clarity of Organization and Writing—Logical and comprehensive; readable by \he public,
decision-makers, and professionals alike; concise, direct, and to the point.

Clarity of Organization and Writing: The NEPA (EA) and CEQA (MND)
located in Appendix "A" are organized by a standard and uniform NEPA outline
listing the summary of the proposed actions, alternatives, mitigation measures,
conservation measures, the Affected Environment, Impact Analysis, and
Cumulative Impacts/other consideration. The CEQA (MND) utilizes the standard
CEQA checklist as a firm basis for a solid Mitigated Negative Declaration.

This straight forward approach in the table of contents tells the audience what to
expect. The document is written with the general public in mind and for decision
makers to be clear, concise language and direct to the point (user friendly) with
graphics and mapping understandable to the general public.

The Joint Document was based on an innovative approach to fully comply with
CEQA via utilization of a seldom used CEQA Guidelines Section 15225 (in fact
we have no know practical utilization of this CEQA provision within the San Diego
region) within a Joint Document (CEQA/NEPA). The CEQA Guidelines Section
15225 was fully vetted by the District and Navy legal teams based on
staff/consultant proposed approach which allowed for an efficient use of taxpayer
resources and substantial costs savings.

Utilization of the CEQA Guidelines Section 15225 made efficient use of the
NEPA EA effort with little duplication of effort on the CEQA portion of the
document and resulted in substantial time savings and cost savings while fully
complying with CEQA. This of course all led to a shorter more concise Joint
EA/MND with savings in paper production. Use of CD publication also helped
limit paper production.




                                        Page 3 of 5
Completeness—^Adequate, reliable, and thorough presentation of documentation and data.

The NEPA (EA) and CEQA (MND) Joint Document for the Remote Training Site
Warner Springs provides for full legibility, readability, and comprehension. The
document reads as a fully complete, accurate and thorough presentation of this
large scale project (many thousands of acres) with complex data on land use,
biology, cultural resources, climate change, etc. The document follows a tried
and true format for technical writing:

                .1 Determining purpose and audience

                .2 Collecting information

                .3 Organizing and outlining information

                .4 Writing the first draft

                .5 Revising and editing


Originality—^Unique approach to analysis and data presentation and/or unique solution to
environmental issues.

Unique Solution to the Environmental Issues and Procedures

Utilization of a seldom used CEQA Guidelines Section 15225 allowed for an
efficient use of taxpayer resources and substantial costs savings by making use
of the federal EA with little duplication of effort, and substantial time savings and
cost savings yet fully complying with CEQA. The project team had not seen this
section of CEQA ever utilized in the San Diego region previously with the CEQA
MND incorporated within the Federal EA.

15225. Circulation of Documents

CEQA Guidelines Section 15225 allows for use of the federal environmental
document in place of the CEQA document where the federal agency circulated
the federal document for public review consistent with Section 15072(a) of the
CEQA Guidelines. Pursuant to Section 15225 of the CEQA Guidelines, one public
review period shall suffice, and prior to using the federal document, the CEQA
Lead Agency shall give notice that it will use the federal document in place of the
CEQA document and that it believes that the federal document meets the
requirements of CEQA. The public review met the standards of CEQA Guidelines
Section 15072, including notification by the CEQA Lead Agency in a newspaper
of largest general circulation, as well as posting with the County Clerk and State
Clearinghouse.



                                          Page 4 of 5
Legal Adequacy—Substantial conformance to the CEQA Guidelines and the most current case
law at the time of document publication.
Substantial Conformance to the CEQA Guidelines and the Most Current
Case Law: The Joint CEQA/NEPA Document was based on an innovative
approach to fully comply with CEQA via utilization of a seldom used CEQA
Guidelines Section 15225 (in fact we have no known practical utilization of this
CEQA provision within the San Diego region) within a Joint Document
(CEQA/NEPA). The CEQA Guidelines Section 15225 was fully vetted by the
District and Navy legal teams based on staff/consultant proposed approach
which allowed for an efficient use of taxpayer resources and substantial costs
savings.

NEPA (federal process) AND CEQA'

Where a federal agency has already analyzed a project as has been
done here, the clear statutory preference of CEQA is to rely as much as
possible on the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents "in
lieu of preparing new CEQA documents." Michael H. Remy et al. Guide to
the California Environmental Quality Act 280 (8th Ed. 1994).

The clear statutory preference of reliance on the NEPA document
is echoed In the following CEQA Guidelines:

15221. NEPA DOCUMENT READY BEFORE CEQA DOCUMENT
(a) When a project will require compliance with both CEQA and NEPA, state or
local agencies should use the EIS or Finding of No Significant Impact rather than
preparing an EIR or Negative Declaration if the following two conditions occur:
(1) An EIS or Finding of No Significant Impact will be prepared before an
EIR or Negative Declaration would othenwise be completed for the project; and

(2) The EIS or Finding of No Significant Impact complies with the provisions of
these Guidelines.(b) Because NEPA does not require separate discussion of
mitigation measures or growth inducing impacts, these points of analysis will
need to be added, supplemented, or identified before the EIS
can be used as an EIR.

15225. CIRCULATION OF DOCUMENTS
Where the federal agency circulated the EIS or Finding of No Significant Impact
for public review as broadly as state or local law may require and gave notice
meeting the standards in Section 15072(a) or 15087(a), the Lead Agency under
CEQA may use the federal document in the place of an EIR or Negative
Declaration without re-circulating the federal document for public review. One
review and comment period is enough.


i MEMORANDUM OF LAW DATE: September 13, 1994 TO: John M. Kovac , JOHN W. WITT.
City Attomey by Ted Bromfield Chief Deputy City Attorney, City of San Diego.

                                      Page 5 of 5
                    VTS1A                                                      Agenda Item: 13
                   iRRtCAnON
                   DISTRiCT
                                          Board Meeting Date:        October 20,2010
      STAFF REPORT                        Prepared By:               Roy Coox

SUBJECT:     MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY
             WATER AUTHORITY

SUMMARY:          Informational report by staff and directors concerning the San Diego County Water
Authority. No action will be required.
                                           October 2010


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Water Authority Stars in APWA Award                 Brian Boyle Joins Water Authority Board
Winning Video                                       Brian Boyle joined the Water Authority Board
In the December 2009 News & Notes, I                on August 26,2010. Herepresentsthe dty
shared with you that the American Public            ofOceanside. Since 2004, he has served as
Works Association visited a number of Water         the Vice President of Natkinai Water
Auttiority pn^jects to shoot intennews for the      Servk:es which does large scale water
"I Am Public Worics" video. APWA has                conservation projects. He brings with him
infbnmed us that the video received the 2010        over 20 years of experience as a water
Award of Excellence from The Videographer           conservatton contractor. He currently serves
Awards.                                             as the Chaimian of the city of Oceanside's
                                                    Unities Commission. Brian will be serving on
The video conveyed the Impact of public             the Imported Water and Water Planning
worics on our quality of Hfe, the human             committees.
element of people woridng in the industry,
and why the next generation should pursue a         2011 Inspection Tour Season Begins in
career In public worics. The APWA film crew         November.
interviewed Water Authority staff at San            Director Keith Lewinger wilt kick-off the MWD
Vicente Dam Raise, Pump Station and                 inspection tour season by hosting a Cok)rado
Tunnel sites, Rancho Peflasquitos Pressure          River Aqueduct system trip on November 5-
Control/Hydroelectric Fadlity, and Twin Oaks        6. DIrecbrs Fern Steinerand Lynne Hetdel
Valley Water Treatment Plant.                       will co-host a CRA inspection trip on January
                                                    22-23,2011. Director Bud Pocklington will
The Videographer Awards is an international         host the final CRA inspection trip of the
awards program recognizing outstanding              season on May 6-7,2011.
achievement in video productions.
There were approximately 1,800 entries from          Directors Lewinger and Heidel will co-host a
throughout the United States and several            State Water Project inspectton trip on
countries. In addition to receiving this            February 26-27.2011. Directors Pocklington
honor, the video is being consklered for an         and Steiner will co-host thefinalSWP
Emmy. It has been nominated into The                inspection trip of the season on May 6-7,
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences               2011. A local one-day inspection trip of k)cal
category short fonn educatnn program. We            facilities, hosted by Director Pocklington, will
will find out later this fall on how the video      cap the season on May 20,2011.
fares.
                                                                     A/ews & Notes from the G.M.
                                                                      Ociober2010'Page2of3

General Counsel Offers AB 1234 Ethics            responded to tiie request using its automated
Training                                         buitding management system to activate pre-
The General Counsel wilt be holding ethics       programmed demand response settings.
training for Water Authority and member          Several years ago, ttie Water Authority took
agency officials on October 25 in the Keamy      advantage of an SDG&E program that
Mesa LJbrery Conference Room (1:30 p.m. -        provided expertise and funding to identify
3:45 p.m.). The training meets the               and Implement eneigy savings strategies for
requirements of AB 1234, which requires          building HVAC systems. In addition to tiie
Water Authority directors, member agency         programmed response, the ambient
goveming bodies, and other local legislative     temperature of the building was increased by
bodies to take two hours of ethics training      two degrees and staff was asked to turn off
every two years as a condition of receivir^      all unnecessary lighte, computers, and
compensation or expense reimbursement.           etectrical devk^s; close blinds; etc. Things
                                                 got a littie warm, but our colledive efforts
Reservations can be made by contacting           paid off wltti a significant reduction in energy
Audrey Kroeger In tiie General Counsel's         consumption during peak hours.
Office at 858-522-6792 or
akroeger@sdcwa.org.                              Aggregate and Roller Compacted
                                                 Concrete Production to begin at San
                                                 Vicente Dam Raise Project
            'm attii/ities                       The contractor for ttie San Vicente Dam
                                                 Raise is gearing up to produce tiie rock
Water Authority Featured In U.S.                 needed for the over 600.000 cubic yards of
Infrastructure Magazine Article                  roller compacted concrete (RCC) that will be
                                                 usedtoraisethe existing dam. This rock will
In September, Gary Eaton, director of
                                                 be mined from the existing hiliskles of the
Operations and Maintenance and I
                                                 fomner San Vicente Marina.
participated In atelephoneinterview with
U.S. Infrastmcture Magazine, an industrial
                                                 This area is also being transtomned into a
and business management journal for North
                                                 temporary RCC production site wltti two
America. The interview covered the
                                                 batch plants, whtoh will be used to mix
challenges facing tiie U.S. water industry and
                                                 together all of tiie materials. This Includes
focused on what the Water Authority is doing
                                                 rock, cement and fiy ash to produce RCC.
to address ttiose challenges in California
                                                 The contractor Is also constructing an
through planning, Infrastmcture and
                                                 elaborate conveyor system (similar to a
technology. The article is available in the
                                                 megarollercoaster) over % of a mile tong,
most recent edition of tiie magazine at:
                                                 which will transport ttie RCC from ttie marina
www.americainfra.comfarticle/Fadinq-fast.
                                                 to ttie base of the dam. Transportation of
                                                 RCC by conveyor is more efficient ttian truck
                                                 delivery and saves over 30,000 tuck trips in
       •Epartment nei/s                          ttie community to transport a volume of RCC
                                                 equivalent to that of ttie existing dam.
Energy Savings
Even though the San Diego region didn't          Conveyors were also used during ttie
have much of a summer, ttiere were two           construction of the Olivenhain Dam.
days in August that were exceptionally hot,      However, the Olivenhain conveyors were
and SDG&E asked customers to reduce their        shorter in lengtti because ttiere was no
energy u s ^ e during peak hours. The Water      existing reservoir allowing ttie conti^ctor to
Authority's headquarters successfully
                                                   News & Notes from fhe G.M.
                                                    Oc!tot)er2010-Page3of3

mine rock from, and set up concrete plants
in,ttiereservoir'sfloor.

The San Vicente Dam Raise contractor Is
scheduled to have botti plante pemiitted,
calibrated, and fully operational by ttie end of
ttiis year.

                    ###

#121-October 05,2010
                     VISTA                                                    Agenda Item: 14.A
                    iRRMGATiON
                    DISTRiCT               Board Meeting Date:         October 20,2010
                                           Prepared By:                Lisa Soto
       STAFF REPORT                        Approved By:                Roy Coox

SUBJECT:      REPORTS ON MEETINGS AND EVENTS ATTENDED BY DIRECTORS

SUMMARY: Directors will present brief reports on meetings and events attended since the last Board
meeting.
                      VISTA                                                         Agenda Item: 14.B
                     IRRIGATION
                     DISTRICT                 Board Meeting Date:           October 20,2010
                                              Prepared By:                  Marian Schmidt
                                              Approved By:                  Roy Coox
       STAFF REPORT
SUBJECT:      SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS AND DIRECTORS
              ATTENDING

SUMMARY: The following is a listing of upcoming meetings and events. Requests to attend any of the
following events should be made during this agenda item.

                SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS                                   ATTENDEES
 1     Member Agency General Managers Meeting
       Tues., Oct 19, 2010, 10:00 a.m. - CWA Board Room
 2     Council of Water Utilities Meeting                                                 Dorey (R)
       Tues., Oct. 19, 2010. 7:15 a.m. - Stone Ridge Country Club, Poway
       Reservation deadline: 10/14/10
 3     2010 Water & Climate Change Adaptation Symposium (Water Education Fndn)
       Tues., Oct. 19, 2010, 8:30a.m. - 5:15 p.m. - Hyatt Regency Long Beach
       Deadline: None
 4     CSDA - Grant Seeking
       Wed., Oct. 20, 2010, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
       Pebble Beach Community Services District; Registration deadline: 10/8/10
  5    CSDA - Essentials of Grant Writing
       Wed, Oct. 20. 2010. 1:00p.m.-4:30p.m.
       Pebble Beach Community Services District; Re^stration deadline: 10/8/10
 6     CSDA - Understanding Employee Privacy & Confidentiality Issues
       Thurs., Oct. 21, 2010, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
       West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District, Ontario
       Registration deadline: 10/18/10
 7     2010 Ethics Training (SDCWA)
       Mon.. Oct. 25. 2010. 1:30p.m. - 3:45p.m. -Kearny Mesa Library Conf. Room
       Reservation deadline: 10/20/10
 8     CSDA - Understanding the Brown Act
       Tues.. Oct. 26, 2010. 9:30 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
       Western Municipal Water District, Riverside;
       Re^stration deadline: 10/21/10
 9     North County Water Group Meeting
       Wed.. Oct 27. 2010. 7:30 a.m. - Rincon del Diablo MWD. Escondido
  10   CSDA - Board's Role in Human Resources
       Thurs., Oct. 28, 2010, 8:30a.m. -4:00p.m. - Oxnard Harbor District, Port Hueneme
       Registration deadline: 10/25/10
 11    CSDA - General Manager Evaluations Webinar
       Thurs., Oct 28, 2010,10:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
       Registration deadline: 10/25/10
 12    CSDA - Legislative Process & Grassroots Outreach Webinar
       Fri.. Oct. 29, 2010, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
       Registration deadline: 10/26/10
 13    Water Quality Conference (Water Education Foundation)
       Wed., Nov. 3--4. 2010 - Doubletree Hotel & Convention Center. Ontario
       Registration deadline: 9/15/10 (early registration); 10/15/10 (no refunds)
  14   Water PoUcy Forum & Dinner (Municipal Water District of Orange County)
       Thurs.. Nov. 4, 2010, 6:00p.m.-8:30p.m. - Westin South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa
       Deadline: 10/29/10
  15   CSDA - Board's Role in Human Resources
       Thurs., Nov. 4. 2010. 8:30 a.m. - 4:00p.m. - SDCWA. San Diego
       Registration deadline: 11/1/10
  16   CSDA - Must Have Communication Protocols For Board & Staff Webinar
       Thurs., Nov. 4. 2010. 10:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m.; Registration deadline: 11/1/10
  17   CSDA - Required Sexual Harassment Prevention Webinar
       Fri., Nov. 5, 2010,10:00 a.m. ~ 12:00 p.m.; Registration deadline: 11/2/10
  18   Vista Chamber of Commerce Sundowner With Fallbrook Chamber
       Wed. Nov. 10, 2010, 5:00p.m. - 7:00 p.m. - Pala Mesa Resort
  19   20 X 2020.. Building the Momentum (Metropolitan Water District)
       Wed., Nov. 10, 2010, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00p.m. - Union Station downtown Los Angeles
       Deadline: None
  20   Council of Water Utilities Meeting
       Tues., Nov. 16, 2010, 7:15 a.m. - Stone Ridge Country Club. Poway
       Reservation deadline: 11/11/10
  21   CSDA Quarterly Meeting                                                             MacKenzie
       Thurs. Nov. 18, 2010 - Courtyard Marriott. Keamy Mesa
  22   Member Agency General Managers Meeting
       Tues. Nov. 30. 2010, 10:00 a.m. - CWA Board Room
  23   ACWA Fall Conference                                                               Dorey (R,H)
       Tues.. Nov. 30-Dec. 3. 2010                                                        Miller (T,H)
       Renaissance Esmeralda & Hyatt Grand Champions. Indian Wells                        Vasquez (H)
                                                                                          WiUiams (R,H)
                                                                                          MacKenzie (R,H)
  24    Vista Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade
        Sat, Dec. 4. 2010, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. - South Santa Fe. Avenue & Main Street
  25    City of Vista Pay Tribute to Retiring Vista Officials
        (Mayor Morris B. Vance and Councilman Bob Campbell)
        Tues., Dec. 7, 2010, 6:00p.m. - Vista Civic Center Community Room
        Formal Invitation to Follow
  26    National Groundwater Association Water Expo and Annual Meeting
        Tues., Dec. 7-10. 2010- Las Vegas. NV
        Registration deadline: 11/16/10
  27    North County Water Group Meeting
        Wed. Dec. 8. 2010, 7:30 a.m. - Rincon del Diablo MWD, Escondido
  28    Colorado River Water Users* Annual Conference                                     MacKenzie (R,H)
        Wed., Dec. 15-17, 2010- Caesar's Palace. Las Vegas                                Williams (R,H)
        Registration deadline: 11/19/10                                                   Miller (T)
  29    Council of Water Utilities Meeting
        Tues., Dec. 21, 2010, 7:15 a.m. - Stone Ridge Country Club, Poway
        Reservation deadline: 12/16/10
  30    Special District Institute Governance Seminar
        Feb. 17-18, 2011 - Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel, Anaheim
  31    CSDA Legislative Days
        Tues., May 3-4. 2011 - Sacramento Convention Center

The following abbreviations indicate arrangements that have been made by staff:
A^Airiine; R=Registration; C=Car; H=Hotel; T=Tentative
                        VISTA                                                      Agenda Item: 15
                       IRRIGATION
                       DISTRICT
                                                Board Meeting Date:         October 20,2010
       STAFF REPORT                             Prepared By:                Lisa Soto

SUBJECT:       ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS AND/OR PRESS RELEASES

SUMMARY: This item is placed on the agenda to enable the Board to identity and schedule future items
for discussion at upcoming Board meetings and/or identify press release opportunities.




Staff-generated list of tentative items for future agendas:


       NOVEMBER
   •   Navy Lease expansion
   •    GIS update
   •    Solar update
   •    Succession Plan update
   •    Henshaw Telemetry update

       DECEMBER
   •   Wamer-Carrillo Ranch House operations and maintenance agreement
   •    Cattle grazing lease extension
   •    Strategic plan
   •   Retirement resolutions (Facilities Manager and Payroll Specialist)
                    VISTA                                                    Agenda Item: 16
                   IRRIGATION
                   DISTRICT
                                         Board Meeting Date:        October 20,2010
      STAFF REPORT                       Prepared By:               Lisa Soto

SUBJECT:     DIRECTOR COMMENTS

SUMMARY:           This item is placed on the agenda to enable individual Board members to convey
information to the Board and the public not requiring discussion or action.
                    VISTA                                                       Agenda Item: 17
                   IRRIGATION
                   DISTRICT
                                          Board Meeting Date:         October 20,2010
      STAFF REPORT                        Prepared By:                Roy Coox

SUBJECT:      COMMENTS BY GENERAL COUNSEL

SUMMARY: Informational report by the General Counsel on items not requiring discussion or action.
                    VISTA                                                      Agenda Item: 18
                   IRRIGATION
                   DISTRICT
                                          Board Meeting Date:         October 20,2010
      STAFF REPORT                        Prepared By:                Roy Coox

SUBJECT:     COMMENTS BY GENERAL MANAGER

SUMMARY: Informational report by the General Manager on items not requiring discussion or action.
                    V7SIA                                                        Agenda Item: 19
                   IRRIGATION
                   DISTRICT
                                            Board Meeting Date:          October 20, 2010
      STAFF REPORT                          Prepared By:                 Roy Coox

SUBJECT:      CLOSED SESSION FOR CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL

SUMMARY:         Conference with legal counsel per Government Code section 54956.9(a) to discuss the
following existing litigation:

      A.      San Luis Rey Indian Water Rights Litigation (Settlement)
      B.      Quantification Settlement Agreement (QSA)

				
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