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									                                  NOTICE OF A REGULAR MEETING 
                              OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE 
                            OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT 
                            1966 Olivenhain Road, Encinitas, CA  92024 
                             Tel: (760) 753‐6466 • Fax: (760) 753‐1578 
                                                        
                                                        
                       Pursuant to AB 3035, effective January 1, 2003, any person who
                        requires a disability related modification or accommodation in
                      order to participate in a public meeting shall make such a request
                 in writing to Naomi Sabino, Executive Secretary, for immediate consideration.
                                                        
    DATE:  WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2011
       
    TIME:  4:00 P.M. 
       
    PLACE:  DISTRICT OFFICE 
       
             NOTE:  ITEMS ON THE AGENDA MAY BE TAKEN OUT OF SEQUENTIAL ORDER 
                    AS THEIR PRIORITY IS DETERMINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
      
     1.    CALL TO ORDER 
      
     2.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 
            
     3.    ROLL CALL 
      
     4.    DETERMINATION OF A QUORUM 
      
     5.    ADOPTION OF AGENDA 
      
     6.    PERSONAL APPEARANCES AND PUBLIC COMMENTS 
      
     7.    PRESENTATION OF AWARDS AND HONORABLE MENTIONS 
           * Tom Kennedy – 10 Years of Service 
      
     8.    CONSIDER APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE JUNE 22, 2011 REGULAR BOARD OF 
           DIRECTORS MEETING 
      
     9.    CONSENT CALENDAR 
 
        Olivenhain Municipal Water District  
        Agenda – July 27, 2011 
        Page 2 of 4 
 
                     NOTE:  ANY  ITEM  MAY  BE  REMOVED  FROM  THE  CONSENT  CALENDAR 
                            FOR DISCUSSION 
     
    C‐a          CONSIDER  ADOPTION  OF  A  MOTION  APPROVING  THE  PAYMENT  OF  LISTED 
                 WARRANTS  FROM THE  DISTRICT’S  REVOLVING AND REGULAR ACCOUNTS;  LISTED 
                 TRANSFERS OF FUNDS; AND REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES TO BOARD MEMBERS 
                 AND STAFF 
     
    C‐b          CONSIDER  ACCEPTANCE  OF  THE  BRIDGES  TENNIS  CENTER  PROJECT  INTO  THE 
                 DISTRICT’S SYSTEM AND ORDER THAT A NOTICE OF COMPLETION BE FILED 
     
    C‐c          CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF THE STRATFORD KNOLL PROJECT INTO THE DISTRICT’S 
                 SYSTEM AND ORDER THAT A NOTICE OF COMPLETION BE FILED 
     
    C‐d          CONSIDER  ACCEPTANCE  OF  THE  PHILLIPS  BLUE  HERON  PROJECT  INTO  THE 
                 DISTRICT’S SYSTEM AND ORDER THAT A NOTICE OF COMPLETION BE FILED 
     
    C‐e          CONSIDER  A  QUITCLAIM  OF  AN  EASEMENT  FOR  AN  ABANDONED  PIPELINE  TO 
                 DAVIDSON CROSBY AND ORDER THAT THE QUITCLAIM BE FILED 
     
    10.          CONSIDER  VOTE  FOR  REGION  SIX  REPRESENTATIVE  TO  THE  CALIFORNIA  SPECIAL 
                 DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
     
    11.          CONSIDER  VOTE  TO  AMEND  BYLAWS  OF  THE  CALIFORNIA  SPECIAL  DISTRICTS 
                 ASSOCIATION 
     
    12.          CONSIDER  NOMINATIONS  FOR  OFFICERS  OF  THE  ASSOCIATION  OF  CALIFORNIA 
                 WATER AGENCIES’ BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
     
    13.          CONSIDER ANNUAL OBJECTIVES AND TIGER TEAM STATUS REPORT 
     
    14.          PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN INCREASE TO OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER 
                 DISTRICT’S WATER SERVICES RELATED FEES (4:30 P.M.) 
     
    15.          CONSIDER  ADOPTION  OF  AN  ORDINANCE  AMENDING  THE  DISTRICT’S 
                 ADMINISTRATIVE  AND  ETHICS  CODE  (Article  8  –  Water  Rates  and  Charges  and 
                 Article 13 – Policy for District Facilities)   
     
    16.          CONSIDER  OPTIONS  FOR  MODIFICATION  OF  OMWD  DIRECTOR  DIVISION 
                 BOUNDARIES AND PROVIDE DIRECTION TO STAFF  
     
    Olivenhain Municipal Water District  
    Agenda – July 27, 2011 
    Page 3 of 4 



17.          CONSIDER  INFORMATIONAL  REPORT  ON  THE  STATUS  OF  FIRST  5  FUNDING  FOR 
             FLUORIDE FACILITIES  
 
18.          CONSIDER  APPROVAL  OF  A  PURCHASE  ORDER  TO  IMPERIAL  PIPE  COMPANY 
             (IMPERIAL)  FOR  THE  DAVID  C.  MCCOLLOM  WATER  TREATMENT  PLANT  LT2 
             IMPROVEMENTS  PROJECT  IN  THE  AMOUNT  OF  $176,327  FOR  FURNISHING  484 
             LINEAR FEET OF 48‐INCH STEEL PIPE, AND AUTHORIZE THE GENERAL MANAGER TO 
             SIGN ON BEHALF OF THE DISTRICT  
 
19.          INFORMATIONAL REPORTS
 
                   A.     PRESIDENT 
                   B.     GENERAL MANAGER
                   C.     CONSULTING ENGINEER
                   D.     GENERAL COUNSEL
                   E.     SAN DIEGO COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY REPRESENTATIVE 
                   F.     METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT 
                   G.     LEGISLATIVE 
                   H.     LAFCO ADVISORY COMMITTEE
                    I.    TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR / OTHER MEETINGS / REPORTS BY 
                          BOARD MEMBERS PER AB 1234 
 
20.          CORRESPONDENCE 
 
21.          AUTHORIZATION TO ATTEND UPCOMING MEETINGS /CONFERENCES / SEMINARS 
 
22.          FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS 
 
23.          CONSIDER PUBLIC COMMENTS 
 
24.          CLOSED SESSION  
 
             A)        CONSIDER  LITIGATION  – VIRGINIA  PERKINS  AND  CAMILLE  PERKINS 
                       SMALL  CLAIMS  [PURSUANT  TO  GOVERNMENT  CODE  SECTION 
                       54956.9(b)]  •  Additional  Facts:  Update  on  August  12,  2011  trial  in 
                       Superior Court following Virginia and Camille Perkins’ claims  
 
             OPEN SESSION 
 
Olivenhain Municipal Water District  
Agenda – July 27, 2011 
Page 4 of 4 



25.      ADJOURNMENT 
Memo
To:           Board of Directors
From:         Naomi Sabino, Executive Secretary
Via:          Kimberly A. Thorner, General Manager
Subject:      BOARD MEETING MINUTES


Directors will receive a hard copy of the most recently held Regular Board
of Directors Meeting Minutes. Following Board approval, the Minutes will be
posted on the District’s website.
                                                                  Agenda Item C-a




Memo
Date:          July 27, 2011
To:            Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:          Rainy Selamat, Finance Manager
Via:           Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:       CONSIDER ADOPTION OF A MOTION APPROVING THE PAYMENT OF LISTED
               WARRANTS FROM THE DISTRICT’S REVOLVING AND REGULAR ACCOUNTS;
               LISTED TRANSFERS OF FUNDS; AND REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES TO
               BOARD MEMBERS AND STAFF




The following monthly financial reports are enclosed for review and approval by the
Board of Directors:

      • June 2011 Summary of payment of listed warrants from the District’s checking
        accounts (Regular and Revolving) and listed transfer of funds
      • June 2011 Summary of reimbursement of expenses to board members and staff

The Finance department is currently working on closing fiscal year 2010-2011. The year-
end audit process requires adjustments to be made and recorded to the District’s
financials, including cash and investment, for FY 2010-2011.

Due to this reason, “unaudited” monthly Financial Statements for fiscal year ended June
2011 and other monthly financial reports, including June 2011 Investment Report, will
not be available for Board review at this time. These reports are normally included as
part of Consent Calendar Items C-a and C-b in the second Board Packet of each month.
Both June and July financial reports will be included in the October 26th board packet
when all accounting modules are closed and the fiscal year 2010-2011 year-end
accounting procedures are completed. Thank you for your understanding.
                                           Olivenhain Municipal Water District 

                                Proposed Motions for July 27,2011 Board of Directors Meeting 

                                                    June 2011 Activities
                                               Consent Calendar Item # C-a

Proposed Motions:

    I.   That the following warrants and wire transfers be approved:

         Revolving Account      warrants      56696         to            57052              $    669,949.23

         Regular Account        warrants      10277         to            10287                   668,410 .91


                                Transfer of funds to LAIF                                        2,000,000.00
                                Transfer of funds to Union Bank                                  1,500,000.00
                                Payment of PERS side fund blance                                   943,478 .00
                                SDCWA wire transfer (water)                                      1,148,116.44
                                2006A Bonds debt service payment                                   223,000.00
                                2009 Bond monthly wire to trustee                                  100,300.00

                                                                                             $   7,253,254 .58
Major Category of Disbursements

         Total disbursements from the District's regular and revolving checking   account~   $   1,338,360.14

         Following is a breakdown of this total by major categories:

         Category

         Professional/Outside Services                                      414,707.25
         Repairs and Maintenance                                            118,284.65
         Inventory and supplies                                             409,788.93
         Insurance                                                          184,997.98
         Utilities                                                          139,558.88
         Workorder, capacity and customer water account refund:              30,936.11
         Miscellaneous Other                                                 40,086.34
                                            Total                         1,338,360.14




  1:\Board Packet\Proposed Motions for July 2011 Board Meeting (June)                                            7/21/2011
                    Olivenhain Municipal Water District
                      For Board Consideration and Approval
                             June 2011 Activities




California Bank and Trust
Revolving Account
                    warrants    56696         to    57052     $    669,949.23
California Bank and Trust
Regular Account
                    warrants     10277        to    10287          668,410.91

          Transfer of funds to LAIF                               2,000,000.00
          Transfer of funds to Union Bank                         1,500,000.00
          Payment of PERS side fund blance                          943,478.00
          SDCWA wire transfer ( water)                            1,148,116.44
          2006A Bonds debt service payment                          223,000.00
          2009 Bond monthly wire to trustee                         100,300.00

                                                              $   7,253,254.58

                               Approved:           07/27/11




      For Board Consideration and Approval
                       OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                       FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                   JUNE 30, 2011

                              CALIFORNIA BANK & TRUST
                                  REGULAR ACCOUNT


CHECK PAYEE                          DESCRIPTION                     AMOUNT

10277 AMERICAN EXPRESS
      AMERICAN RIGGING & SUPPLY CO   SPECIAL ORDER HOIST             875.94
      BASIC CHEMICAL SOLUTIONS LLC   WTP SUPPLIES                 14,474.82*
      EVERSOFT                       WTP SUPPLIES                  1,659.84
      JONES CHEMICALS INC.           WWTP SUPPLIES                 9,518.72*
      NALCO COMPANY                  WTP SUPPLIES                 25,537.56*
      VERIZON WIRELESS - SD          962375548 APRIL 2011          4,58l.74
      WEST COAST SAND & GRAVEL       MATERIALS                     3,888.16*
                                       CHECK TOTAL                60,536.78

10278   AQUA METRIC                  INVENTORY                    42,921.99*
10279   SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC     02428985222, 6/7/2011        56,941.73*
10280   SEVERN TRENT SERVICES        CLORTEC CT-750 CELL          25,028.56
10281   NOLTE ASSOCIATES             DCMWTP RAW WATER PIPELINE    90,045.72
10282   SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC     00394418194, 6/13/2011       73,669.19*
10283   VALLECITOS WATER DISTRICT    RECLIAMED WATER SALES        28,700.00
10284   INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING   LT2 CONFORMED SET            26,663.75*
10285   NORTH TOWN COMPANY           INVENTORY                    54,467.44
10286   WESLEY W. PELTZER            5/2011 LEGAL SERVICES        29,952.75*
10287   SWANSON INSURANCE AGENCY     FY11/12 VEHICLE INSURANCE   179,483.00

                                                  TOTAL          668,410.91




* Denotes payment of more than one invoice.
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                      OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                      FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                  JUNE 30, 2011

                             CALIFORNIA BANK & TRUST 

                                REVOLVING ACCOUNT 



CHECK PAYEE                          DESCRIPTION                          AMOUNT

-56400SANTA FE VALLEY III, LLC         VOID CK 56400-UNABLE TO LOCATE    -128.30
-55320WONJOON SUH*                     VOID CK 55320-TO BE REISSUED       -20.10
-55145TOBY TILFORD*                    VOID CHECK - TO BE REISSUED       -129.23
-55068COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO              VOID CK 55068-NOT NEEDED YET      -110.00
-54967MARTIN & KARl WATERS*            VOID CK 54967 - TO BE REISSUED      - 9.41
-54241SILJANDER, BRIAN                 VOID CK 54241-TO BE REISSUED       -75.00
56696 
 ERIN LEONARDO DBA              FITNESS CLASSES                    696.00
56697 
 A/E SCANTECH                   4S RANCH WFR OPS BLDG EXP        2,797.52*
56698 
 ABCANA INDUSTRIES              WTP - HYPOCHLORITE SOLUTION      7,594.51*
56699 
 AIRGAS                         SUPPLIES                           120.78
56700 
 ALDEN FLEET SOLUTIONS, INC 
 VEHICLE TRACKING SERVICES            623.75
56701 
 ALLIED TRENCH SHORING SERVIC 
 SHORING EQUIPMENT                  199.84
56702 
 AMERICAN EXPRESS               9-31027 (MEMBERSHIP RENEW)          55.00
56703 
 AMERICAN MESSAGING             L1-072035, 6/2011                  181.74
56704 
 ARIZONA BATTERY                UB1290 REPLACEMENT BATTERIES       227.56
56705 
 ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS     6/2011 LTD PREMIUM               2,804.42
56706 
 AT & T                         339-341-6721, 5/20/2011          1,109.17*
56707 
 AZTEC TECHNOLOGY CORP          WWTP CONTAINER RENTAL            1,152.75
56708 
 BAY CITY ELECTRIC CO.          RANCHO LAKES PUMP STATION #2       669.79
56709 
 JIM BOND                       VOID CHECK 56709                      0.00
56710 
 BOOT WORLD INC.                BOOTS - L.MCCLANAHAN               150.00
56711 
 AMY BRIGHTFIELD                9/21 LEAK DINNER REIMB              18.78
56712 
 DOMINIC M. BRUNOZZI            TUITION REIMBURSEMENT               78.00
56713 
 BUSSEY'S AUTOMOTIVE            EP16 REPAIRS                     1,880.63
56714 
 CALIFORNIA BANK & TRUST        0809, 5/26/2011                  3,56l.93*
56715 
 CALIFORNIA COMMERICAL ASPHAL 138 N EL CAMINO REAL                 322.99
56716 
 CATHY CAREY                    ART CLASS IN THE PARK               24.00
56717 
 JOHN CARNEGIE                  MILEAGE & NOTARY STAMP REIMB        63.70
56718 
 CITY OF CARLSBAD               LA COSTA VALES #2 PRS            4,162.00
56719 
 COAST WASTE MGNT INC           153-0001577-0274-7, 6/1/2011     1,534.88*
56720 
 CATHY COLLIER                  FINANCE MTG LUNCH REIMB.            43.97
56721 
 COMPLETE OFFICE                MISC OFFICE SUPPLIES               150.76
56722 
 CONTROLLED MOTION SOLUTIONS WTP SUPPLIES                           30.43
56723 
 COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO            MT ISRAEL PL RELO PJT REVIEW       500.00
56724 
 COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO            APCD1998-SITE-10511              1,09l.00
56725 
 DATASTREAM BUSINESS SOLUTION 4/11 HP PGMG,SOFTWARE REQ'S        5,035.00
56726 
 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH D2 CERT RENEWAL - E.DEWINDT            60.00
56727 
 DION INTERNATIONAL             D619 BIT INSPECTION                 97.83
56728 
 DJB ENGINEERING, INC.          ENGINEERING COORDINATION SVCS    5,045.50
56729 
 DLM ENGINEERING INC            3/11-4/11 CONSULTING SERVICES    1,800.00
56730 
 ELECTRICAL SALES INC           WWTP SUPPLIES                      658.84
56731 
 ENCINITAS FORD                 TOUCH UP PAINT                        8.70
56732 
 ENVIROMATRIX ANALYTICAL, INC 
 WATER SAMPLES                    4,42l.00*
56733 
 ESC CREEK CONSERVANCY          ART CLASS PROCEEDS                    6.00
56734 
 ESS                            BLDG J ALARM SERVICES              444.00
56735 
 EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.         GERKEN,SY,MOLINA,ANGEL,KADLEC    4,179.36
56736 
 FREEWAY TRAILER SALES          MISC. TOOLS                         56.45
56737 
 FULLER PAVING INC              DEL RIO CT ASPHALT REPAIRS       6,877.64

* Denotes payment of more than one invoice. 

                                       PAGE   1

                      OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                      FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                  JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE                            DESCRIPTION                        AMOUNT

56738 
 GRAINGER                       LAMP RECYCLING                   2,992.61*
56739 
 GRANGETTO'S AG. SUPPLY         SUPPLIES                              47.62*
56740 
 GRAY ENTERPRISE                METALLIC ART MARKERS                  34.90
56741 
 HACH COMPANY                   SUPPLIES                            500.83*
56742 
 HELIX ENVIRONMENTAL            DENK/UNIT G CONST MONITORING     2,845.27
56743 
 MEREDITH DALE HUNTINGTON DBA   2" PRESSURE REDUCING CLA-VALVE   4,031.19
56744 
 IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES           TONER                                 15.75
56745 
 INFOR GLOBAL SOLUTIONS         CONSULTING SERVICES                 450.00
56746 
 INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING     BLDG J DESIGN SERVICES           7,618.00*
56747 
 IPMA - SAN DIEGO CHAPTER       6/16/11 LUNCH MEETING - JOSLIN        25.00
56748 
 J C ENTERPRISES                WWTP A/C REPAIRS                    813.25
56749 
 KAMAN INDUSTRIAL               WTP SUPPLIES                        136.48
56750 
 THE LAWTON GROUP                                /
                                       SDCWA INTERNS W E 5 / 22 / 11    2,031.75
56751 
 LEIGHTON CONSULTING, INC .     4 / 11 4S RANCH WRF SEPTAGE      1,983.00
56752 
 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO .      MISC TOOLS                       2,421.86*
56753 
 MISSION JANITORIAL SPLY        SUPPLIES                            170.87
56754 
 MOBILE MINI                    OFFICE TRAILER RENTAL               225 . 57 

56755 
 MWH LABORATORIES               WATER SAMPLES                    1,520 . 00* 

56756 
 NATURALIST FOR YOU             DOCENT BOTANICAL TOUR               150.00
56757 
 NORTH COUNTY POWDER COATING    AIR &VAC PROJECT                    379.60
56758 
 NORTH COUNTY TIMES             NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING            187.46
56759 
 OCHS OIL                       1394 GALLONS UNLEADED            6,462.65*
56760 
 PACIFIC PIPELINE SUPPLY        SUPPLIES                         1,771. 97*
56761 
 PACIFIC SAFETY COUNCIL         CONFINED SPACE - CALM/KELLER        398.61*
56762 
 PACIFIC TELEMANAGEMENT SERVI   760-489-9971, 6/2011                  78.00
56763 
 PARKHOUSE TIRE, INC .          BA07 TIRE REPAIRS                   707.79*
56764 
 PATRIOT ENVIRONMENTAL          WWTP ROLL OFF BIN SERVICE           300.00
56765 
 RAFTELIS FINANCIAL CONSULTAN   5/2011 RCYLD WTR RATE CONSULT    3,371.25
56766 
 RALPH ANDERSON & ASSOCIATES    COMPENSATION STUDY               8,700.00*
56767 
 RANCHO SANTA FE FIRE DEPT      1/11-3/31/11 HYDRANT SERVICES         50.00
56768 
 RAY HIGLEY WELDING & WET       EXTEND AUGER TO 51" OVERALL         124.50
56769 
 RCP BLOCK & BRICK INC          SUPPLIES                            374.18
56770 
 RGI INC.                       5/1-5/15/11 INSPECTION SERVICE   6,608.75
56 7 71 
 RJ SUPPLY CO INC .           WTP SAFETY SIGNS                      19.25
56772 
 SAFETY KLEEN CORP              WWTP DISPOSAL SERVICES              602.08
56773 
 SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC       2 5606744392, 5/19/2011          1,117.99*
56774 
 SAN DIEGO NORTH EDC            ANNUAL INVESTMENT                1,500.00
56775 
 SANTA FE IRRIGATION DIST       05-03-293-00, 6 / 1 / 2011       1,587.27*
56776 
 DONALD SCHULTZ                 4 / 16 GREEN THUMB TRAINING         600.00
56777 
 SLOAN ELECTRIC                 WTP REPAIRS                      1,745.45
56778 
 THE SOCO GROUP INC             WTP SUPPLIES                        1 2 8.88 

56779 
 SPECIALIZED PIPING SYSTEMS I   INVENTORY                        1, 2 83.03 

56780 
 STANDARD INSURANCE CO.         6/2011 LIFE INSURANCE PREM       2,710.56 

56781 
 STERLING WATER TECHNOLOGIES    WTP SUPPLIES                     6,030.00 

56782 
 TOOL DEPOT                     DRILL DRIVES                        2 19.40
56783 
 TRANS WORLD SYSTEMS            COLLECTION FEES                       85.41
56784 
 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE          SHIPPING CHARGES                      48.52
56785 
 UNITED STATES TREASURY         95-6006689 (941) 3/31/2011       2,395.05
56786 
 US INTERNET                    5/22-6/21/11 EMAIL SCANNING         132.80
56787 
 USA BLUE BOOK                  WWTP SUPPLIES                    1,246.99
56788 
 VG DONUTS & BAKERY             BOARD MEETING REFRESHMENTS            28.79

* Denotes payment of more than one lnVOlce. 

                                         PAGE   2

                       OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                       FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                   JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE                            DESCRIPTION                         AMOUNT

56789   VISTA FENCE COMPANY            GANO RSVR FENCE REPAIRS           1,782.00*
56790   DAVID A. WADE                  CORDLESS RECIP SAW                  448.05
56791   WALTERS WHOLESALE ELECTRIC C   SUPPLIES                              3.42
56792   WHITMAR ELECTRONIC PRESS       REVOLVING CHECKS (3,000)            760.16
56793   4S RANCH GASOLINE & CAR WASH   WWTP GASOLINE                       400.20*
56794   A/E SCANTECH                   DCMWTP LT2 IMPROVEMENTS             282.59
56795   ADVANCED TECHNICAL SALES, IN   PROCESS FIBER NETWORK SWITCHES    4,319.37
56796   AFFORDABLE DRAIN SERVICE       JET VAC SERVICES                  2,550.00*
56797   AIRGAS                         SUPPLIES                            282.80*
56798   ALEGRE ENVIRONMENTAL LLC       USWPPP                            6,000.00
56799   TISCH ALEXZANDER*              OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 01014248480       148.92
56800   ALLIED WASTE SERVICES          3-0529-0030333, 5/25/2011           155.48
56801   APPLE STORE, NORTH COUNTY      EE COMPUTER PURCHASE-P.DREHER     1,866.59
56802   APPLIED IND. TECH.             WWTP SUPPLIES                       183.07
56803   ASHBROOK SIMON-HARTLEY         WWTP SUPPLIES                       898.50
56804   AT & T                         760-753-2047, 6/1/2011              123.98*
56805   ASHLEY AVERY*                  OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 06054056000        79.88
56806   BEST BEST & KRIEGER LLP        5/11 WATER RATE SETTING              87.00
56807   BUDGET COURIER                 6/2011 POST OFFICE SERVICES         517.50
56808   JOHN BURNETT                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 16034018350        40.10
56809   CALIFORNIA BANK & TRUST        2469, 5/26/2011                   4,395.36*
56810   CALIFORNIA COMMERICAL ASPHAL   136 N EL CAMINO REAL                816.11*
56811   CHEVRON & TEXACO BUSINESS      6000027042, 6/10/2011               406.56
56812   VOID                           VOID CHECK 56812                      0.00
56813   COAST WASTE MGNT INC           354-0067131-0274-4, 6/2011       19,806.77
56814   COMPLETE OFFICE                MISC OFFICE SUPPLIES                380.38*
56815   COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO            APCD1995-SITE-09171               5,188.00
56816   CSI SERVICES, INC.             4S-II POTABLE RESERVOIR          11,163.50
56817   CLETA D'SA                     OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 11013019090       152.28
56818   CYNTHIA DALY                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 04094215610        22.90
56819   DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL          5/2011 OPS SERVICES              19,852.59*
56820   DICKSON                        SUPPLIES                             85.00
56821   DISH NETWORK                   8255707080978229, 5/2011             35.78
56822   EDCO WASTE & RECYCLING         5/2011 PARKS DEPT SERVICES        4,057.64*
56823   JASON EMERICK                  TUITION REIMBURSEMENT               242.30
56824   ENCINITAS FORD                 PU23 SUPPLIES                        71.85
56825   ENVIROMATRIX ANALYTICAL, INC   WATER SAMPLES                     2,680.00*
56826   ESCONDIDO METAL SUPPLY         SUPPLIES                             20.35
56827   EXECUTIVE LANDSCAPE, INC.      4/11 LOWER YARD TREE SERVICE      7,552.00*
56828   FARWEST CORROSION              SUPPLIES                            326.25
56829   FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC #10   INVENTORY                         7,666.65*
56830   FIRST CHOICE TECHNOLOGY        13001434, 6/1/2011                  550.46*
56831   THOMAS E GARCIN                OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 05067112600     1,085.98
56832   ERIC AND MARY GOAD             OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 04017548820       120.90
56833   GRAINGER                       SUPPLIES                          1,987.00*
56834   HACH COMPANY                   WTP - PREVENT MAINT SVCS          5,385.95*
56835   PATRICIA HALLAUX               OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 14047096800        61.95
56836   HEAVILAND ENTERPRISES, INC     INSTALL PLANT MATERIAL - G1       1,13l.85
56837   CHARLENE AND DARRELL HOLT      OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 16041042050        27.55
56838   JOEL HOLT                      5 YEAR SERVICE AWARD                 50.00
56839   HOME DEPOT/GECF                5/2011 SUPPLIES                   4,343.16

* Denotes payment of more than one invoice.
                                         PAGE   3

                      OLIVENHAIN 
 MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                      FOR BOARD 
 CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                    JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE 
                          DESCRIPTION                        AMOUNT

56840 
 MEREDITH DALE HUNTINGTON DBA   HARDWARE/INSTALL P/R TO CROSBY    2,485.00
56841 
 IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES           TONER                                10.57
56842 
 INTEGRA CHEMICAL COMPANY       VITA-D-CHLOR TABLETS             13,628.40
56843 
 INTERNATIONAL FLOW             8" INSERT VALVE WET TAP           1,650.00
56844 
 ITT WATER & WASTEWATER         WWTP SUPPLIES                       157.69
56845 
 NADIA JABRI                    OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 03011271040        71.41
56846 
 ASHLEY HORNER DBA              WTP SUPPLIES                        855.00
56847 
 SEMANTHA KAEDING               OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 01043411750        36.14
56848 
 MICHEL KARY                    OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 06054077030        37.79
56849 
 LORI LAUFFENBURGER*            OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 11082132050       200.00
56850 
 DCL ENTERPRISE INC. DBA        PARKS DEPARTMENT KEYS                11.75
56851 
 RICHARD LEE*                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 05005510220       110.77
56852 
 LEIGHTON CONSULTING, INC.      3/11-4/11 MT ISRAEL P/L RELO      1,550.00
56853 
 JOHN LEKOS                     OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 01014257220        55.61
56854 
 LAURIE MCCLAIN                 OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 01059147070       161.46
56855 
 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO.       MISC. TOOLS                         778.74*
56856 
 GILIANA MEZA                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 14047118650       130.68
56857 
 DAVID* MILIOTIS                OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 07020051060       184.73
56858 
 MISSION JANITORIAL SPLY        SUPPLIES                            301.35
56859 
 MOBILE HYDRAULICS INC          DIVERTER VALVE REPAIRS              151.37
56860 
 MWH LABORATORIES               WATER SAMPLES                       760.00
56861 
 NAPA AUTO PARTS                5/2011 SUPPLIES                     422.88
56862 
 LESLIE NARITELLI               RELEASE LIEN FILING/MILEAGE          39.68
56863 
 RATHIN NEOGY                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 04068372060        79.59
56864 
 NORTH COUNTY EQUIP INC         SHOP SUPPLIES                        19.57
56865 
 WANDA OLSON                    OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 08025076090         7.38
56866 
 OTAY LANDFILL                  018538, 5/31/2011                   351.54
56867 
 PACIFIC PIPELINE SUPPLY        METER MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES        2,914.54*
56868 
 PETRUSSE-NORRIS                WWTP - GENERATOR PAINTING SVCS    3,415.00
56869 
 AIMEE & SCOTT PLASMAN          OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 04068281020        58.82
56870 
 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL SUPPLY      5/2011 FLOOR MAT SERVICE            580.06
56871 
 PAUL RHINES*                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 05085117780        98.72
56872 
 RJ SUPPLY CO INC.              SAFETY SUPPLIES                     974.83
56873 
 JOHN ROMERO                    TUITION REIMBURSEMENT               415.42
56874 
 JILL RUZICH                    OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 09049126040       155.59
56875 
 NAOMI SABINO                   COFFEE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT        24.51
56876 
 SAN DIEGO CLIPPING SVC         6/2011 CLIPPING SERVICES            178.75
56877 
 THE SAN DIEGO GROUP            5/2011 PR CONSULTING SERVICES     3,900.00
56878 
 SENSUS TECHNOLOGIES INC.       TAX ADJ TAKEN TWICE IN ERROR         63.53
56879 
 AMY SHAFFER*                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 06048220060         7.86
56880 
 DAVE SMITH                     5 YEAR SERVICE AWARD                 50.00
56881 
 MARK STACKLE                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 05083098320     1,000.00
56882 
 CLAUDIA STAUFFER*              OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 04094204880        62.57
56883 
 WILLIAM STROCCO                OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 01014241840        24.94
56884 
 BILLY SVATOS                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 10076125020        86.99
56885 
 TESSCO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.      SUPPLIES                            207.79
56886 
 DAWN THORPE*                   OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 07052588280       115.74
56887 
 TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICE        SUPPLIES                            198.62
56888 
 TRAFFIC SAFETY SOLUTIONS       RSF RD & CMNO DEL NORTE             385.00
56889 
 HOLLY AND BAYNE ULLRICH        OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 07019101070        46.36
56890 
 USA BLUE BOOK                  WWTP - MISC. TOOLS                1,372.25

* Denotes payment of more than one invoice.
                                         PAGE   4

                        OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                        FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                    JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE                             DESCRIPTION                          AMOUNT

5689 1   THOMAS WOOD                    6/8/11 LUNCH & LEARN FOOD            1 93 . 05
56892    JOHN LEE                       OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 13037035770     7/294.93
56893    4S RANCH GASOLINE & CAR WASH   WWTP GASOLINE                        257.35
56894    AIRGAS                         SUPPLIES                          1/306.85*
56895    ALLIANCE FOR WATER EFFICIENC   ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES               271.99
56896    AQUA METRIC                    INVENTORY                        13/069.01*
56897    ASBURY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE   MATERIAL DISPOSAL SERVICES        1/683.63
56898    AT & T                         065-161-3175/ 6/13/2011           1/123.01*
56899    BEST BEST & KRIEGER LLP        4/2011 URBAN WATER MGMT PLAN     13/038.97
56900    BOOT WORLD INC.                BOOTS - P.DREHER                     117.43
56901    DAVID BURPEAU                  SNAKE/INSECT CLASS                   200.00
56902    CALIFORNIA BANK & TRUST        4663/ 5/26/2011                      207.25
56903    CALIFORNIA DIESEL COMPLIANCE   SMOKE OPACITY TESTS                  220.00
56904    CARSONITE INTERNATIONAL        PARKS DEPT SUPPLIES                  261.77
56905    CINTAS FIRST AID & SAFETY      WWTP SUPPLIES                          76.92
56906    CITY VENTURES                  CLOSING REFUND JOB# 453630           611.69
56907    COMPLETE OFFICE                MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES                  69.42
56908    CORODATA                       OFF SITE RECORDS STORAGE             313.24
56909    CORODATA MEDIA STORAGE/ INC.   OFF SITE BACKUP TAPE STORAGE         117.28
56910    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO            RECLAIMED WATER SHUT DOWN TEST    4 ,011. 50*
56911    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO            CEQA FILING FEE-SWR STANDBY            50.00
56912    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO            CEQA FILING FEE-SWR SVC FEES           50.00
56913    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO/ RCS       PARKS RADIO SERVICE                  225.21
56914    COX COMMUNICATIONS             CLOSING REFUND JOB# 439130             71.77
56915    CREATIVE FUSION                BUDGET COVERS & TITLE PAGE           652.50
56916    CSDA SAN DIEGO CHAPTER         8/18 DINNER MEETING                  546.00
56917    DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS   WTP INSPECTION SERVICES              225.00
56918    DEPT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES       EPA ID NUMBERS                       540.00
56919    DJB ENGINEERING/ INC.          ENGINEERING COORDINATION SVCS     6/117.15
56920    DLM ENGINEERING INC            5/2011 ENG CONSULTING SERVICES       450.00
56921    ELECTRIC MOTOR SPECIALISTS I   NON-POTABLE PUMP REPAIR           6/945.80*
56922    ENCINITAS FORD                 FB71 SUPPLIES                        118.85*
56923    ENVIROMATRIX ANALYTICAL/ INC   WATER SAMPLES                        370.00*
56924    ESCONDIDO CYCLE CENTRE         SUPPLIES                             202.26
56925    ESS                            INSTALL 4 ALARM KEYPADS           1/568.00
56926    EXECUTIVE LANDSCAPE/ INC .     6/2011 LANDSCAPE SERVICES         2/053.00
56927    EXPRESS SERVICES/ INC.         GERKEN/SY/MOLINA/ANGEL/KADLEC     6/744.40*
56928    FALLBROOK PRINTING CORP        CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT        9/812.88*
56929    FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP           SHIPPING CHARGES                     168.48
56930    FENCE CORP                     4S RANCH RECYCLED WTR POND        3/314.00*
56931    FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC #10   GATY VALVES & HOUSING            20/454.03*
56932    FREEWAY TRAILER SALES          RECEIVER STEP (FB48/FB08)            160.85
56933    GARDEN FRESH RESTAURANT GROU   CLOSING REFUND JOB# 432790        3/391.49
56934    GLOBAL POWER GROUP/ INC.       MIDPOINT SPS SERVICES                615.00
56935    GRAINGER                       MISC. TOOLS                       1/183.59*
56936    GRANGETTO'S AG. SUPPLY         ADAPTER FOR GAUGES                4/842.96*
56937    HACH COMPANY                   SUPPLIES                              64.88
56938    HANSON AGGREGATES/ INC.        DUMP BOBTAIL - ASPHALT                90.00*
56939    HEAVlLAND ENTERPRISES/ INC     5/2011 UNIT G1/DENK LANDSCAPE     3/266.67
56940    HERCULES INDUSTRIES            LOCKS                                321.93
56941    HOFMAN PLANNING ASSOCIATES     5/2011 LC VALES #2 PRS                97 . 50

* Denotes payment of more than one invoice.
                                          PAGE   5

                      OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                      FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                  JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE                            DESCRIPTION                          AMOUNT

56942 
 JOEL HOLT                      5 / 2011 GYM DUES REIMBURSEMENT       24.00
56943 
 INFOSEND                       5 / 2011 WATER BILL STATEMENTS    11,620.86
56944 
 INTEGRITY MUNICIPAL SERVICES   WWTP ODOR SCRUBBER SYS MAINT       1,050 . 00
56945 
 INTERSTATE BATTERY OF          SUPPLIES                             183.22
56946 
 JEFFERS, JOE                   CLOSING REFUND JOB# 453800           619.56
56947 
 LISA BOUCHARD                  CLOSING REFUND JOB# 432770         2,075.38
56948 
 LLOYD PEST CONTROL             5/2011 AFIF FACILITY SERVICES        472.00*
56949 
 MAGNUM ENTERPRISES INC         CLOSING REFUND JOB# 453740           468.35
56950 
 MC EWAN ENTERPRISES            CLOSING REFUND JOB# 453750           348.64
56951 
 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO .      SUPPLIES                           1,271.16*
56952 
 METRON-FARNIER                 4" METRON METER - EXT 174A         2,605.63
56953 
 MOBILE MINI                    WWTP TRAILER RENTAL                  174.16
56954 
 RAYMOND MOTAS                  GRADE 3 WWTP OP EXAM FEE REIMB       195.00
56955 
 NETWORKFLEET, INC.             6 / 2011 VEHICLE TRACKING SVCS       412.85
56956 
 NEW POINTE COMMUNITIES         CLOSING REFUND JOB# 453390           534.66
56957 
 OCEANSIDE TRANSMISSION         PU23 TRANSMISSION                  2,647.40
56958 
 OCHS OIL                       1123 GALLONS UNLEADED              4,049.74
56959 
 OFFICE DEPOT                   WWTP SUPPLIES                        398.76
56960 
 PACIFIC PIPELINE SUPPLY        INVENTORY                          3,085.63*
56961 
 PALOMAR POMERADO CORP HEALTH   TB TESTING                           675 . 00
56962 
 PATRIOT ENVIRONMENTAL          WWTP - ROLLOFF BIN SERVICE           300 . 00
56963 
 CLAUDIA PRATSON                CONFLICT RESOLUTION                  500 . 00
56964 
 PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS           CFO & CONTROLLER NEWSLETTER          299.00
56965 
 PROTEUS                        MT ISRAEL PIPELINE                10,000.00
56966 
 RAFTELIS FINANCIAL CONSULTAN   5/2011 WWTP FINANCIAL PLAN         8,750.00
56967 
 RANCHO SANTA FE COMMUNITY SV   5/11 36.63 AC/FT RECYCLED WTR     20,278.37
56968 
 RJ SUPPLY CO INC.              SUPPLIES                             140.29
56969 
 SAMBA HOLDINGS, INC            DMV REPORTS                          276.66* 

56970 
 SAN DIEGO BUILDING MAINTENAN   6 / 2011 JANITORIAL SERVICES       2,895.00 

56971 
 SEVERN TRENT SERVICES          WTP CELL REPAIRS                   3,967 . 99 

56972 
 SHRED-IT                       PAPER DESTRUCTION SERVICES           104.00
56973 
 SIEMENS WATER TECHNOLOGIES     WWTP PREVENT MAINT SERVICES          111.07
56974 
 SIGN-A-RAMA                    MAGNETIC SIGNS                       217.36
56975 
 SILJANDER, BRIAN               RPLC CK 54241- DINNER REIMB           75 . 00
56976 
 SLOAN ELECTRIC                 KAESER BLOWER MOTOR RPR (WWTP)    21,279 . 42*
56977 
 SOUTH YUMA COUNTY LANDFILL     WWTP BIO-SOLIDS DUMPING SVCS       1,905.76
56978 
 SPARKLETTS                     WWTP BOTTLED WTR SERVICE              17.57
56979 
 STATE WATER RESOURCES          WWTP GRADE 3 CERT FEE-R.MOTAS        170.00
56980 
 WONJOON SUH*                   REPLACE CHECK 55320                   20.10
56981 
 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR          WTP ELEVATOR SERVICE                 155.00
56982 
 TOBY TILFORD*                  REPLACE CK 55145 OVERPAYMENT         129.23
56983 
 TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICE        SUPPLIES                             233.86
56984 
 TS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY           SUPPLIES                             274.64
56985 
 UNDERGROUND SERVICE ALERT      DIG ALERT TICKETS                    216.00
56986 
 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE          SHIPPING CHARGES                      61.21
56987 
 US BANK                        777321, 6 / 9/2011                 6,540.53
56988 
 USA BLUE BOOK                  WWTP SUPPLIES                        434.30
56989 
 VALLEY CONSTRUCTION MANAGEME   LT2 TREATMENT PLANT IMPRVMNTS     14,330.00
56990 
 VG DONUTS & BAKERY             SHEET CAKE-REIMB BY K.THORNER         44.00
56991 
 RICKY VILLALOBOS               TUITION REIMBURSEMENT                13 9.00
56992 
 MARTIN & KARl WATERS*          RPLC CK 54967-ACCT OVERPAYMENT          9.41

* Denotes payment of more than one invoice. 

                                         PAGE   6

                       OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                       FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                   JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE                            DESCRIPTION                         AMOUNT

56993   WESTERN HOSE & GASKET          WWTP SUPPLIES                     1,151.66
56994   WESTERN LIGHTWAVE              CLOSING REFUND JOB# 453570          460.41
56995   4S RANCH GASOLINE & CAR WASH   WWTP GASOLINE                       154.26
56996   AFLAC                          6/2011 ADMIN FEES                   126.00
56997   AIRGAS                         SUPPLIES                            197.24*
56998   AT & T                         760-744-3274, 6/16/2011              19.28
56999   AToM INC                       SEPTAGE DUMP STATION & CATWALK    2,179.84
57000   BEST BEST & KRIEGER LLP        5/2011 URBAN WATER MGMT PLAN      3,446.50
57001   BOYD FASTENERS                 SUPPLIES                          1,542.31*
57002   CALIFORNIA COMMERICAL ASPHAL   172 EL CAMINO REAL                  312.42
57003   CALMETRICS COMPNAY             PROGRAMMING IMPLEMENTATION        5,787.69*
57004   CASH                           PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT            196.40
57005   TERESA L. CHASE                4/4-6/17 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT      140.21
57006   CINTAS FIRST AID & SAFETY      SAFETY SUPPLIES                     166.10*
57007   DATASTREAM BUSINESS SOLUTION   5/2011 HP PGMG,SOFTWARE REQ'S    14,117.00*
57008   ENVIROMATRIX ANALYTICAL, INC   WATER SAMPLES                     2,440.00*
57009   ESCONDIDO CREEK DEVELOPMENT    CLOSING REFUND JOB# 431230        3,932.99
57010   ESS                            WWTP - REPLACE CARD READER          559.18
57011   EXECUTIVE LANDSCAPE, INC.      WTP LANDSCAPE SERVICES              100.00
57012   EXPRESS SERVICES, INC.         GERKEN,SY,MOLINA,ANGEL,KADLEC     8,526.99*
57013   FALLBROOK PRINTING CORP        2010 WATER QUALITY MAILING        2,726.30*
57014   FEDEX KINKO'S NATIONAL A/R     COPYING SERVICES                     23.29
57015   FIBER SAVER COATINGS           PAINT                             1,386.34
57016   FIELDMAN, ROLAPP & ASSOC       5/11 4S RANCH BOND REDEMPTION       370.32*
57017   BILL FORQUER                   TUITION REIMBURSEMENT               290.40
57018   FREEWAY TRAILER SALES          SUPPLIES                             61.83
57019   GRAINGER                       MISC. TOOLS                         647.94*
57020   HACH COMPANY                   SUPPLIES                            567.48
57021   HELIX 1960, LTD                CLOSING REFUND JOB# 567650          704.42
57022   SONJA HOLTMAN                  BOARD ERRANDS MILEAGE REIMB         148.92*
57023   CATHY HUDSON                   5/27-6/24/11 MILEAGE REIMB           17.85
57024   INFOSEND                       5/2011 MAINTENANCE FEE            2,305.71*
57025   ITT WATER & WASTEWATER         BACKWASH PUMP REPLACEMENT         8,806.39
57026   JANET LARSON                   CLOSING REFUND JOB# 431710        1,936.90
57027   JWC ENVIRONMENTAL              CUTTER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT     11,528.59
57028   BOB KEPHART                    PINETREE LUMBER EXP REIMB            71.46
57029   DCL ENTERPRISE INC. DBA        GAS PUMP LOCK SERVICE               240.31*
57030   MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO.       SUPPLIES                            239.42
57031   MERRILL LYNCH                  4/1-5/31/11 REMARKETING AGRMNT    1,754.79
57032   MISSION JANITORIAL SPLY        SUPPLIES                            260.95
57033   MORGAN RUN RESORT AND CLUB     CLOSING REFUND JOB# 432100          833.14
57034   MORTON SALT, INC.              WTP SUPPLIES                      3,371.03
57035   OBR ARCHITECTURE, INC.         4SR WRF EXPAND CONTROL BLDG       9,375.65*
57036   OLIVENHAIN GUEST HOME          CLOSING REFUND JOB# 567870        3,086.25
57037   PACIFIC PIPELINE SUPPLY        HYDRANT EXTENSIONS                  188.90
57038   PARKHOUSE TIRE, INC.           BA06 FLAT REPAIR                    641.76*
57039   RGI INC.                       5/16-5/31 INSPECTION SERVICES     7,182.50
57040   RJ SUPPLY CO INC.              SUPPLIES                            233.16
57041   NAOMI SABINO                   COFFEE SUPPLIES REIMBURSEMENT        82.32
57042   SAN DIEGO COUNTY RECORDER      EP 324 RECORDING FEES                57.00
57043   SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC       68266264087, 6/20/2011               19.12*

* Denotes payment of more than one invoice.
                                         PAGE   7

                        OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
                        FOR BOARD CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL
                                    JUNE 30, 2011


CHECK PAYEE                              DESCRIPTION                          AMOUNT

57044   
 SCHAFER CONSULTING             FINANCE/UB ERP SYS CONSULTING      5,780.50 

57045   
 SHAW PUMP & SUPPLY INC         AFIF SAMPLE RETURN PUMP            1,385 . 40 

57046   
 STAPLES                        SUPPLIES                              33.41
57047   
 STERLING WATER TECHNOLOGIES    WTP SUPPLIES                       6,030 . 00
57048   
 TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICE        SAFETY SUPPLIES                      254.49
57049   
 UNITED BLOWER                  WWTP SUPPLIES                         99.00
57050   
 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE          SHIPPING CHARGES                      20.00
57051   
 VALLEY CONSTRUCTION MANAGEME   UNIT AA RW P/L INSPECTION SVCS     5,205.00
57052   
 TIM BODDYE                     OVERPAYMENT ACCT# 07052365010        220 . 22 


                                                      TOTAL               669,949.23




                                          PAGE   8

                                   Olivenhain Municipal Water District
            Monthly Reimbursed Expenses for Directors and Staff and Monthly Directors' Fee Report
                                                June 2011


                                                          Meals &    Travel &            Monthly Reimbursed      Monthly
                Name             Date       Check#        Lodging   Transport   Other         Expenses        Directors Fee


Director Sprague
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00          150.00

Director Topolovac
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00          300.00

Director Muir
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00          750.00

Director Guerin
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00          150.00

Director Varty
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00          750.00

General Manager Thorner
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00

H.R. Manager Wood
                               6/15/2011     193.05                             193.05               193.05
                                                             0.00       0.00    193.05               193.05

Engineering Manager Briest
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00

Finance Manager Selamat
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00

Operations Manager Kennedy
                                                                                                       0.00
                                                             0.00       0.00      0.00                 0.00




   Directors and Staff Expense Reimbursements June 2011                                                7/21/2011/9:43 AM
                                                                                    
                                                                       Agenda Item C‐b 
                                  
                           
  




   Memo 
 Date:          July 27, 2011 
 To:            Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors 
 From:          George Briest, Engineering Manager 
 Via:           Kimberly Thorner, General Manager 
 Subject:       CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF THE BRIDGES TENNIS CENTER PROJECT INTO 
                THE DISTRICT’S SYSTEM AND ORDER THAT A NOTICE OF COMPLETION BE 
                FILED 
  

                                                  
                                             Purpose 
                                                  
 Acceptance of this Board item would transfer the potable water facilities constructed by 
 Lennar Bridges, LLC to the District upon the filing of the Notice of Completion with the 
 San Diego County Recorder. 
  
                                        Recommendation 
  
 Staff recommends acceptance of the relocated pipeline into the District’s system. 
  
                                           Alternative 
                                                  
 None.  The  project  was  built  and  designed  as  a  potable  public  waterline  providing  fire 
 protection as approved by the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District. 
                                                  
                                               Background 
 
The Bridges Tennis Center is located at the northern end of Via De Las Flores, in Director 
Division 3 (Guerin). The project consists of the construction of a fire detector check and 
related facilities to provide service to a new recreational facility. 
 
The  District  entered  into  an  agreement  with  Lennar  Bridges  in  September  2010  to 
construct the facilities and dedicate said facilities to the District. The facilities are now 
complete  and  have  been  built  in  accordance  with  the  plans  and  specifications  of  the 
District.  The  warranty  period  will  terminate  one  year  following  the  acceptance  of  the 
facilities by the District’s Board of Directors. 
 
                                           Fiscal Impact 
 
There is no fiscal impact to accepting the facilities into the District’s system.  The new 
asset will be reported to Finance for capitalization.  
 
                                            Discussion 
 
District Staff is available to answer questions. 
 
Attachments: Notice of Completion, location map 
 
 
                                                     
RECORDING REQUESTED BY &
WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO:

Olivenhain Municipal Water District
1966 Olivenhain Road
Encinitas, California, 92024-5699


                                                    (This space for recorder’s use)


                                      NOTICE OF COMPLETION

                      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the facilities shown on improvement plans
for Lot 51 of Map No. 14488, recorded on November 15, 2002, located in the County of San Di-
ego, State of California for which LENNAR BRIDGES, LLC (“Developer”) contracted with the OLI-
VENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (“Owner”, in fee, of the facilities), headquartered at
1966 Olivenhain Road, Encinitas, CA 92024, have been completed in accordance with the plans
and specifications as of June 24, 2011. The facilities have been accepted by the Board of Direc-
tors of the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT on this 27th day of July, 2011.

                      In witness whereof this Notice of Completion has been executed under au-
thority from the Board of Directors of said OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT by Kim-
berly A. Thorner, General Manager.

                      KIMBERLY A. THORNER, being first duly sworn, deposes and says that she
is General Manager of the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT and is familiar with the
facts stated in the foregoing Notice of Completion executed for and on behalf of said Agency, that
she has read the foregoing Notice of Completion and knows the contents thereof and that the
same are true.
                                          OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT




Date: _______________ , 20__              By:_______________________________________
                                             Kimberly A. Thorner
                                             General Manager         (Seal)



District Project No. 432860 – The Bridges Tennis Center Detector Check Installation
 THE BRIDGES TENNIS CENTER
DETECTOR CHECK INSTALLATION
 DISTRICT PROJECT NO. 432860
                                                                                     
                                                                        Agenda Item C‐c
                                  
                           
  




   Memo 
 Date:          July 27, 2011 
 To:            Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors 
 From:          George Briest, Engineering Manager 
 Via:           Kimberly Thorner, General Manager 
 Subject:       CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF THE STRATFORD KNOLL PROJECT INTO THE 
                DISTRICT’S SYSTEM AND ORDER THAT A NOTICE OF COMPLETION BE FILED 
  

                                                    
                                               Purpose 
                                                    
 Acceptance  of  this  Board  item  would  transfer  the  relocation  of  the  potable  water 
 facilities  by  the  City  of  Encinitas  to  the  District  upon  the  filing  of  the  Notice  of 
 Completion with the San Diego County Recorder. 
  
                                         Recommendation 
  
 Staff recommends acceptance of the relocated pipeline into the District’s system. 
  
                                             Alternative 
                                                    
 None.  The  project  was  required  in  order  to  accommodate  drainage  improvements  by 
 the City of Encinitas. 
                                                    
                                               Background 
 
Stratford Knoll is located off Lone Jack Road, in Director Division 3 (Guerin). The project 
consists  of  the  relocation  of  the  portion  of  the  pipeline  lying  directly  below  the  new 
storm drain project to provide improved drainage in Stratford Knoll and Lone Jack Road. 
 
The District entered into an agreement with the City of Encinitas in July 2010 to relocate 
the  pipeline  and  dedicate  the  new  section  to  the  District.  The  facilities  are  now 
complete  and  have  been  built  in  accordance  with  the  plans  and  specifications  of  the 
District.  The  warranty  period  will  terminate  one  year  following  the  acceptance  of  the 
facilities by the District’s Board of Directors. 
 
                                           Fiscal Impact 
 
There is no fiscal impact to accepting the facilities into the District’s system.  The new 
asset will be reported to Finance for capitalization.  
 
                                            Discussion 
 
District Staff is available to answer questions. 
 
Attachments: Notice of Completion, location map 
 
 
                                                     
RECORDING REQUESTED BY &
WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO:

Olivenhain Municipal Water District
1966 Olivenhain Road
Encinitas, California, 92024-5699


                                                     (This space for recorder’s use)


                                      NOTICE OF COMPLETION

                      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the facilities shown on improvement plans
for Lot 13 of Map No. 12684 and also known as Assessor Parcel Number 264-173-00, located in
the City of Encinitas, County of San Diego, State of California for which THE CITY OF ENCINITAS
(“Developer”) contracted with the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (“Owner”, in fee,
of the facilities), headquartered at 1966 Olivenhain Road, Encinitas, CA 92024, have been com-
pleted in accordance with the plans and specifications as of April 6, 2011. The facilities have been
accepted by the Board of Directors of the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT on this
27th day of July, 2011.

                      In witness whereof this Notice of Completion has been executed under au-
thority from the Board of Directors of said OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT by Kim-
berly A. Thorner, General Manager.

                      KIMBERLY A. THORNER, being first duly sworn, deposes and says that she
is General Manager of the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT and is familiar with the
facts stated in the foregoing Notice of Completion executed for and on behalf of said Agency, that
she has read the foregoing Notice of Completion and knows the contents thereof and that the
same are true.
                                          OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT




Date: _______________ , 20__              By:_______________________________________
                                             Kimberly A. Thorner
                                             General Manager         (Seal)



District Project No. 432640 - Stratford Knoll Drainage Improvements
AREA OF DRAINAGE
IMPROVEMENTS




  STRATFORD KNOLL DRAINAGE
        IMPROVEMENTS
  DISTRICT PROJECT NO. 432640
                                                                               
                                                                  Agenda Item C‐d
                                
                         
  




   Memo 
 Date:        July 27, 2011 
 To:          Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors 
 From:        George Briest, Engineering Manager 
 Via:         Kimberly Thorner, General Manager 
 Subject:     CONSIDER ACCEPTANCE OF THE PHILLIPS BLUE HERON PROJECT INTO THE 
              DISTRICT’S SYSTEM AND ORDER THAT A NOTICE OF COMPLETION BE FILED 
  

                                                 
                                           Purpose 
                                                 
 Acceptance of this Board item would transfer the potable water facilities constructed by 
 Donnie Phillips to the District upon the filing of the Notice of Completion with the San 
 Diego County Recorder. 
  
                                      Recommendation 
  
 Staff recommends acceptance of the facilities into the District’s system. 
  
                                          Alternative 
                                                 
 None. The project provides potable water service to four single family residential parcels 
 and a fire hydrant installed per the City of Encinitas’ requirements. 
                                                 
                                               Background 
 
Blue Heron is located off Saxony Road, in Director Division 2 (Muir). The project consists 
of  the  construction  of  water  service  laterals,  a  fire  hydrant,  and  related  facilities  to 
provide potable water service to four parcels. 
 
The District entered into an agreement with Donnie Phillips in March 2010 to construct 
the facilities and dedicate said facilities to the District. The facilities are now complete 
and have been built in accordance with the plans and specifications of the District. The 
warranty period will terminate one year following the acceptance of the facilities by the 
District’s Board of Directors. 
 
                                         Fiscal Impact 
 
There is no fiscal impact to accepting the facilities into the District’s system.  The new 
asset will be reported to Finance for capitalization.  
 
                                           Discussion 
 
District Staff is available to answer questions. 
 
Attachments: Notice of Completion, location map 
 
 
                                                     
RECORDING REQUESTED BY &
WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO:

Olivenhain Municipal Water District
1966 Olivenhain Road
Encinitas, California, 92024-5699


                                                     (This space for recorder’s use)


                                      NOTICE OF COMPLETION

                      NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the facilities shown on improvement plans
for Parcels 1 to 4 of Map No. 20774, recorded on May 6, 2010, located in the City of Encinitas,
County of San Diego, State of California for which DONNIE PHILLIPS (“Developer”) contracted
with the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT (“Owner”, in fee, of the facilities), head-
quartered at 1966 Olivenhain Road, Encinitas, CA 92024, have been completed in accordance
with the plans and specifications as of June 24, 2011. The facilities have been accepted by the
Board of Directors of the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT on this 27th day of July,
2011.

                      In witness whereof this Notice of Completion has been executed under au-
thority from the Board of Directors of said OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT by Kim-
berly A. Thorner, General Manager.

                      KIMBERLY A. THORNER, being first duly sworn, deposes and says that she
is General Manager of the OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT and is familiar with the
facts stated in the foregoing Notice of Completion executed for and on behalf of said Agency, that
she has read the foregoing Notice of Completion and knows the contents thereof and that the
same are true.
                                          OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT




Date: _______________ , 20__              By:_______________________________________
                                             Kimberly A. Thorner
                                             General Manager         (Seal)


District Project No. 432720 – Phillips Project - Blue Heron Avenue Water Service Installations
PHILLIPS PROJECT – BLUE HERON AVENUE
     WATER SERVICE INSTALLATIONS
     DISTRICT PROJECT NO. 432720
                                                                                  
                                                                     Agenda Item C‐e 
                                 
                          
  




   Memo 
 Date:         July 27, 2011 
 To:           Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors 
 From:         George Briest, Engineering Manager 
 Via:          Kimberly Thorner, General Manager 
 Subject:      CONSIDER A QUITCLAIM OF AN EASEMENT FOR AN ABANDONED PIPELINE 
               TO DAVIDSON CROSBY AND ORDER THAT THE QUITCLAIM BE FILED 
  

                                               
                                         Purpose 
                                               
 Approval of this Board item would quitclaim District Easement No. 1255 to the new fee 
 owner,  MREC  Davidson  Crosby  LLC,  upon  the  signing  and  filing  of  the  Quitclaim  Deed 
 with  the  San  Diego  County  Recorder.  The  section  of  the  pipeline  lying  within  this 
 easement has been abandoned and this easement is no longer needed.  
  
                                    Recommendation 
  
 Staff recommends the release of the District’s Easement No. 1255 to the fee owners. 
  
                                        Alternative 
                                               
 The Board could choose to not quitclaim these portions of the District’s Easement No. 
 1255. 
 
                                              Background 
 
This  easement  was  granted  to  the  District  in  2004  for  the  W‐2  Temporary  Pipeline  as 
Document  No.  2004‐0311659,  filed  in  the  office  of  the  San  Diego  County  Recorder  on 
April  24, 2004. The W‐2 pipeline was constructed as a temporary replacement for the 
Arterial  Line  “P”  as  part  of  the  agreement  with  Starwood  to  relocate  certain  District 
facilities  from  their  original  cross‐country  alignment  into  the  new  roads  and  streets 
being constructed by Starwood as part of the Crosby at Rancho Santa Fe project. The W‐
2 pipeline provided potable water service to the Camino Santa Fe area until the V‐3 and 
V‐4 pipelines were constructed and put into service in 2006, which is when the W‐2 was 
capped at the eastern end and taken out of service.  
 
                                            Fiscal Impact 
 
There  is  no  fiscal  impact  to  the  District  to  quitclaim  District  Easement  No.  1255. 
Davidson  has  funded  all  of  the  engineering  and  right‐of‐way  services  required  to 
prepare  and  review  the  proposed  quitclaim,  and  any  fee  associated  with  the 
recordation of the quitclaim will be charged to the project. 
 
                                             Discussion 
 
The  easement  that  is  proposed  to  be  quitclaimed  no  longer  contains  any  District 
facilities  serving  customers  within  it  and  is  no  longer  required  by  the  District.  The 
District will require the pipeline to be capped and abandoned per District Specifications. 
Should the Board decide to not approve the quitclaim, the underlying easement could 
unduly  burden  the  fee  owners  should  they  wish  to  build  improvements  in  the  area of 
the  easement.  The  proposed  Quitclaim  Deed  and  an  exhibit  reflecting  the  various 
easements  held  by  the  District  in  the  area  are  attached  to  this  Board  Memo  for  your 
reference. 
 
 
Attached: Proposed Quitclaim document, easement exhibit 
 
 
                                                      
                                                                   Agenda Item 10




Memo
Date:           July 27, 2011
To:             Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:           John Carnegie, Staff Analyst
Via:            Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:        CONSIDER VOTE FOR REGION SIX REPRESENTATIVE TO THE CALIFORNIA
                SPECIAL DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS




                                               Purpose

The purpose of this item is to vote for a representative to the California Special Districts
Association’s Board of Directors. The successful candidate will fill Seat C for CSDA’s
Region 6.

                                      Recommendation

Staff recommends voting for Dewey Ausmus for CSDA’s Board of Directors, Region 6,
Seat C.

                                         Alternative(s)

      • The board could select another candidate for which to vote.
      • The board could choose against participating in this year’s election.
                                        Background

Each of CSDA’s six regional divisions has three seats on the Board of Directors, holding
staggered three-year terms. Each of CSDA’s member districts are entitled to vote for one
candidate to represent its region. The term for Region 6, Seat C is expiring and is
currently up for election. Voting will take place through August 5, with the winner to be
announced at the CSDA Annual Conference in early October.

                                       Fiscal Impact

There is no cost associated with participation in this election.

                                        Discussion

Staff has reviewed the attached candidate statements and has determined that the
incumbent, Dewey Ausmus of North County Cemetery District, is the best qualified
candidate for the position. Mr. Ausmus has served on the board from 1993 to 2002, and
again from 2007 to present. He is currently CSDA’s Vice President. Mr. Ausmus has also
served as a director to the Special District Risk Management Authority, CSDA Finance
Corporation, and Special District Leadership Foundation, and as a member of the San
Diego Local Agency Formation Commission’s Special District Advisory Committee.
Additionally, he is certified as a Special District Administrator and is a graduate of the
Special District Leadership Academy. Mr. Ausmus is a respected local leader and would
continue to positively represent Region 6 on CSDA’s Board of Directors.
                                                                  Agenda Item 11




Memo
Date:          July 27, 2011
To:            Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:          John Carnegie, Staff Analyst
Via:           Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:       CONSIDER VOTE TO AMEND BYLAWS OF THE CALIFORNIA SPECIAL DISTRICTS
               ASSOCIATION




                                              Purpose

The purpose of this item is to vote on proposed amendments to the California Special
Districts Association’s bylaws addressing eligibility for membership in its local chapters.

                                     Recommendation

Staff recommends approval of the proposed amendments to CSDA’s bylaws.

                                        Alternative(s)

      • The board may vote against proposed amendments to CSDA’s bylaws.
      • The board may direct staff as otherwise deemed appropriate.
                                        Background

CSDA encourages its members to establish local chapters. CSDA’s current bylaws require
that local chapters have at least one CSDA member, and may also include local
organizations, districts, and professionals that are not members of CSDA. CSDA has
proposed amendments to its bylaws requiring that all member districts of all newly
formed local chapters are CSDA members. These amendments do not affect existing
chapters, including the San Diego Chapter.

OMWD is a member of both CSDA and CSDA San Diego Chapter.

                                       Fiscal Impact

There is no fiscal impact associated with participation in this vote.

                                        Discussion

CSDA has proposed amendments to its bylaws in order to promote CSDA membership at
the statewide level. Increased membership supports the efforts that CSDA undertakes
on behalf of all California special districts, from which OMWD may benefit. However, as
the San Diego Chapter is not affected by the proposed amendments to the bylaws,
approval of these amendments has no direct impact to OMWD.
                                                                  Agenda Item 12




Memo
Date:          July 27, 2011
To:            Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:          John Carnegie, Staff Analyst
Via:           Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:       CONSIDER NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF
               CALIFORNIA WATER AGENCIES’ BOARD OF DIRECTORS




                                              Purpose

The purpose of this item is to seek nominations for the President and Vice President
positions on the Association of California Water Agencies’ Board of Directors.

                                     Recommendation

Though staff would support any board member seeking nomination as an officer on
ACWA’s Board of Directors, staff does not recommend a specific candidate at this time.

                                        Alternative(s)

      • The board may choose against nominating an officer on ACWA’s Board of
        Directors.
      • The board may direct staff as otherwise deemed appropriate.
                                      Background

ACWA’s Board of Directors features two officer positions—a President and Vice
President—that serve two-year terms. Officers must be elected or appointed directors
of ACWA member agencies, and are expected to preside at a variety of meetings
described in the Fiscal Impact section below. Staff has heard that Randy Record of
Eastern Municipal Water District will likely be nominated as President.

                                     Fiscal Impact

There is no cost associated with nominating a candidate to the ACWA Board of Directors
officer positions. Candidates may be selected by the ACWA Nominating Committee for
interview in Sacramento, for which OMWD is responsible for the cost of travel. Should
an OMWD candidate be selected to serve as ACWA’s President, the successful candidate
is expected each year to attend six board meetings, four to six Executive Committee
meetings, up to two general membership meetings, and other board meetings and
regional functions, for which ACWA is responsible for the cost of travel. Should an
OMWD candidate be selected to serve as ACWA’s Vice President, the successful
candidate is expected each year to attend six board meetings, four to six Executive
Committee meetings, and other board meetings and regional functions, for which ACWA
is responsible for the cost of travel. Additionally, the Vice President is expected each
year to attend ten ACWA/JPIA Executive Committee meetings and two ACWA/JPIA
board meetings, for which ACWA/JPIA is responsible for the cost of travel.

                                      Discussion

Nominations for the officer positions must be submitted by September 1 for
consideration by ACWA’s Nominating Committee. Nominees selected by the committee
will be interviewed on September 28. The committee will submit a slate of officers to
the general membership at the ACWA Fall Conference, to be held in Anaheim,
November 29 through December 2, 2011.

Should the board wish to nominate a candidate for the officer positions, a nomination
resolution will be brought to the board at its August 10, 2011 meeting.
                                                                 Agenda Item 13




Memo
Date:         July 27, 2011
To:           Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:         John Carnegie, Staff Analyst
Via:          Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:      CONSIDER ANNUAL OBJECTIVES AND TIGER TEAM STATUS REPORT




                                             Purpose

This item provides updates on the status of the 2011 Annual Objectives and the Tiger
Team program.

                                    Recommendation

This is an informational item; no action is required.

                                       Alternative(s)

N/A

                                        Background

The Annual Objectives for 2011 were granted final approval at the January 26 meeting
of the Board of Directors. The first update on the status of these objectives was provided
at the April 20 meeting. This is the second status update presented to the board.
                                      Fiscal Impact

There are no costs associated with this item.

                                       Discussion

This report is presented to the Board of Directors to provide updates on staff’s progress
toward completion of the Annual Objectives. The status of the Tiger Team program is
also included in the report to track funds saved or generated through grant funding, cost
savings, and alternative revenue generation. Staff will be available at the board meeting
to answer any questions.

The next status update will be provided at the November 9, 2011 board meeting. The
objectives featured herein are to be completed by December 31, 2011.
2011 Annual Objectives
July Update

July 27, 2011
Board of Directors Meeting
                 1. Providing safe, reliable, high-quality drinking water to
                         each customer in a cost-effective manner.
                                  Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
                 A. Commence construction of LT2 improvements    A. 100% - Project was awarded to Archer
                    at the DCMWTP                                   Western Construction and construction has
                                                                    started
Drinking Water




                 B. Perform lead and copper sampling per EPA
                    regulations                                  B. 100% - Lead and copper sampling is
                                                                    complete
                 C. Develop plan to address and prioritize EAM
                    backlog                                      C. 25% - Process under way

                 D. Complete audit of James Jones U-branch       D. 50% - Process under way; in negotiations
                    hardware in 4S Ranch area                       with supplier over repair process




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                 2. Providing wastewater collection and treatment services in an environmentally
                 responsible manner, and producing and supplying high-quality recycled water to
                       irrigation customers in support of regional water conservation efforts.

                                    Objective                              Progress Toward Completion
                  A. Complete North San Diego County Regional        A. 100% - Report completed by RMC; is
                     Recycled Water Project study with eight            currently being revised to include Camp
                     other North County agencies                        Pendleton
Recycled Water




                  B. Complete Village Park recycled water            B. 100% - Final report was completed by
                     feasibility study                                  AECOM in April 2011 and presented to the
                                                                        Board of Directors. Discussions have
                  C. Complete sewer inflow & infiltration study at      commenced with Leucadia WD to supply
                     Rancho Cielo                                       recycled water. Construction process will take
                                                                        several years.
                  D. Obtain direction from Facilities Committee
                     regarding 4S Ranch Water Reclamation            C. 100% - Study completed
                     Facility administration building and proceed
                     accordingly                                     D. 100% - Project was awarded to Hearne
                                                                        Construction. Project is currently under
                  E. Implement requirements of updated storm            construction with an anticipated November
                     water discharge permit                             2011 completion date

                                                                     E. 50% - Ongoing
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                 2. Providing wastewater collection and treatment services in an environmentally
                 responsible manner, and producing and supplying high-quality recycled water to
                       irrigation customers in support of regional water conservation efforts.

                                    Objective                           Progress Toward Completion
                  F.   Initiate conversion of Rancho Santa Fe     F.   10% - Some onsite work has been
                       Farms Golf Course to recycled water             completed and additional work is expected
                                                                       to resume in the fall
Recycled Water




                  G. Resolve 4S Ranch operational and financial
                     issues with Kelwood                          G. 100% - Settlement with Kelwood approved
                                                                     at the April 20 board meeting; bonds are
                                                                     paid off




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                     3. Operating the Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve in the most cost-
                  effective, safe, environmentally responsive and service-oriented manner.


                                      Objective                              Progress Toward Completion
                    A. Host annual Earth Day event                     A. 100% - Earth Day event complete
Parks and Lands




                    B. Host sixth annual photo contest                 B. 10% - Currently in planning stages

                    C. Host two trail maintenance events with the      C. 50% - First trail maintenance event was held
                       San Diego Mountain Biking Association              in March

                    D. Develop revenue-generating opportunities at     D. 20% - Research continues into revenue-
                       EFRR                                               generating opportunities

                    E. Investigate incorporation of Cielo Azul Trail   E. County is lead CEQA agency and is not able
                       into EFRR trail network                            to complete CEQA for new trail at this time




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                 4. Pursuing alternative and renewable energy sources as a
                   means of offsetting costs and energy charges, providing
                                        sustainability.
                                    Objective                             Progress Toward Completion
                  A. Assess opportunities for further use of        A. 50% - Discussions related to the most
                     renewable power, including investigation of       feasible sites are ongoing. Discussions
Sustainability




                     solar power opportunities at DCMWTP               continue with SPG Solar regarding the
                                                                       utilization of "floatovoltaics" at the 4S WRF
                  B. Explore opportunities to reduce power use at      wet weather storage pond.
                     Santa Fe Valley Reservoir/Pump Station
                                                                    B. 30% - Working with consultant to develop
                  C. Monitor AB 32 developments and create             scope of work
                     response plan as necessary
                                                                    C. 50% - Continuing to monitor CARB for AB 32
                                                                       developments which may effect OMWD; no
                                                                       news to date




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                        5. Providing a safe, healthful and rewarding work
                     environment which encourages communication as well as
                     values employee participation and personal achievement.
                                       Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
                     A. Maintain focus on employee morale in light    A. 50% - Held several no and low-cost events
Employee Relations




                        of fiscal challenges, with emphasis on low-      including Healthy Eating Lunch & Learn,
                        cost work/life balance opportunities             NPWW staff meeting & lunch with the GM,
                                                                         Healthy Heart Walk & breakfast, annual
                     B. Conduct staffing analysis for all OMWD           HORSE Tournament, baseball spirit day, and
                        positions per MOU                                safety award luncheon. Benefits statements
                                                                         provided with February 3 paychecks. More
                     C. Conduct salary survey for all OMWD               events planned for the rest of the year.
                        positions per MOU
                                                                      B. 100% - Staffing analysis presented to the
                     D. Review board member compensation and             Board on June 22
                        health benefits
                                                                      C. 100% - Salary survey presented to the
                                                                         Personnel and HEART Committees in June;
                                                                         committee recommendations approved by
                                                                         the board on June 22

                                                                      D. 90% - Analysis presented to the Board on
                                                                         June 22 ; will bring back at August
                                                                                                                  7
                                                                         meeting when all directors are present
                             6. Exceeding all federal, state and local regulatory
                           requirements for providing potable water, wastewater
                                       treatment and recycled water.
                                           Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
Regulatory Requirements




                          A. Complete and submit to the Department of      A. 100% - 2010 UWMP was adopted at June
                             Water Resources the 2010 update to the           22 board meeting; plan has been submitted
                             Urban Water Management Plan                      to DWR

                          B. Revise backflow ordinance and develop plan    B. 10% - Under way
                             for replacing non-testable backflow devices




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                       7. Minimizing all of the District’s operational costs while
                            maintaining a high level of customer service.
                                         Objective                               Progress Toward Completion
                       A. Develop incentives and/or educational            A. 50% - Continuing to advertise eBill system in
Financial Management




                          campaign to increase enrollment in online bill      monthly publications, on OMWD website and
                          presentment program                                 on-hold messages. A postcard soliciting
                                                                              updated emergency contact information and
                       B. Utilize temporary labor to address                  eBill services was mailed with April bills and
                          operational backlog in consideration of             is also posted on website.
                          frozen positions
                                                                           B. 50% - Ongoing
                       C. Resolve issues regarding Rancho Cielo
                          Community Facilities District                    C. 50% - Does not appear at this point as
                                                                              though the issuance of bonds for the CFD will
                                                                              move forward; OMWD formed a JFA with
                                                                              RSFCSD as a mitigating measure to protect
                                                                              OMWD’s position no matter what happens
                                                                              with Rancho Cielo




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                      8. Maintaining open communication and participation with the public
                        through active conservation and educational programs as well as
                        continually seeking customer input for informed decision-making.

                                         Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
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                       A. Establish plan for rules of order, public     A. 50% - Plan will be reviewed by the
                          comment parameters, and general decorum          Personnel Committee in August; currently
                          at OMWD board meetings                           under review by the General Counsel

                       B. Complete design and commence construction     B. 50% - Continue to work with consultants to
                          of sustainability garden at OMWD                 develop conceptual landscape design
                          headquarters                                     incorporating Conservation Committee
                                                                           suggestions; will bring draft conceptual
                       C. Work with Conservation Committee to              design before Conservation Committee in
                          transfer the focus of conservation programs      September
                          from device-based incentives to
                          demonstration sites and education on water    C. 50% - Ongoing; continuing to participate in
                          use efficiency                                   MWD-funded device-based incentives as
                                                                           long as they are offered in addition to
                                                                           hosting water use efficiency workshops and
                                                                           home water use evaluations



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                      8. Maintaining open communication and participation with the public
                        through active conservation and educational programs as well as
                        continually seeking customer input for informed decision-making.

                                         Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
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                       D. Implement plan to reduce per capita water     D. 75% - Staff included SB X7 7 target
                          use pursuant to SB X7 7, including outreach      reductions in the 2010 UWMP update.
                          and education                                    2010 UWMP update includes OMWD's
                                                                           overall plan to achieve reduction targets
                       E.   Develop community mitigation policy with       through increased distribution of recycled
                            the Board of Directors                         water, conservation education and outreach
                                                                           programs, and SB X7 7/Conservation
                                                                           pricing levels.

                                                                        E.   100% - Approved by the board in January
                                                                             2011




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                     9. Ensuring that financial plans, policies and practices maintain the
                     ability of the District to construct, operate and maintain all approved
                             facilities including replacement funds for future needs.

                                      Objective                             Progress Toward Completion
                     A. Complete Phase I of the Enterprise Resource   A. 75% - Bids received; four vendors were
Financial Planning




                        Planning system transition                       selected to provide demonstrations which are
                                                                         currently underway
                     B. Complete AMR feasibility study with next
                        generation meters                             B. 100% - Cost study was completed. 50% of
                                                                         meters in the ground are still young. Cost-
                     C. Conduct annual review of water, sewer, and       benefit analysis revealed that upgrading
                        recycled water rates while considering           505 B's and C's to 520 M will be more
                        revenue impacts of SB X7 7; hold any rate        economical. OMWD should wait until vendors
                        increases under 10%                              test out the bugs out before moving forward
                                                                         with the Fixed Base/AMI system with towers.

                                                                      C. 100% - Completed as part of the budget
                                                                         process and FY 11-12 LRFP update




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                     9. Ensuring that financial plans, policies and practices maintain the
                     ability of the District to construct, operate and maintain all approved
                             facilities including replacement funds for future needs.
                                      Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
                     D. Work with Finance Committee to implement     D. 100% - Revision to increase the maximum
                        revisions to capital reserve policy and         capital reserve limit from three years to
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                        increase pay-go                                 five was approved and has been
                                                                        implemented
                     E.   Submit Comprehensive Annual Financial
                          Report and budget to Government Finance    E.   50% - Budget will be submitted for GFOA
                          Officers Association for their award            consideration in September; CAFR will be
                          programs                                        submitted following the auditors’ completion
                                                                          of FY 11 financial audits
                     F.   Begin annual reporting pursuant to OMWD
                          Identity Theft Program                     F.   100% - 2010 report was presented to the
                                                                          board for approval
                     G. Continue to seek funding opportunities for
                        future fluoridation                          G. 50% - In discussions with First 5 San Diego
                                                                        to determine whether proposed award will
                                                                        be sufficient to cover OMWD’s capital and
                                                                        first-year O&M costs; update will be
                                                                        provided at July 27 board meeting

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                     9. Ensuring that financial plans, policies and practices maintain the
                     ability of the District to construct, operate and maintain all approved
                             facilities including replacement funds for future needs.
                                      Objective                       Progress Toward Completion
                     H. Submit four or more grant applications   H. 100% - Ongoing. Multiple grant
                                                                    applications have been submitted to both
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                                                                    SDCWA and the US Bureau of Reclamation.
                                                                    Significant effort on SRF loan funding for
                                                                    LT2 improvements also still under way.




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                     10. Planning and constructing the Master Plan of Facilities to meet the
                    long-term water storage, treatment, transmission, and distribution needs
                                                 of the District.
                                        Objective                            Progress Toward Completion
                      A. Commence construction of Unit AA Pipeline     A. 75% - Bids due July 26; contract to be
                                                                          awarded in August
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                      B. Review metering policy as it pertains to
                         installation of temporary meters              B.   0% - Not yet begun

                      C. Complete Comprehensive Master Plan and        C. 100% - The final CMP was approved by
                         implement new capacity fees                      the board on March 23 and revised
                                                                          capacity fees were approved for
                      D. Develop long-range financial plan for sewer      implementation on April 1

                                                                       D. 100% - Plan was presented to the board
                                                                          on May 4




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                     10. Planning and constructing the Master Plan of Facilities to meet the
                    long-term water storage, treatment, transmission, and distribution needs
                                                 of the District.
                                        Objective                          Progress Toward Completion
                      E.   Complete revisions to Del Rey Pressure    E.   20% - Discussions have been held with the
                           Reducing Station Conditional Use Permit        Corona La Costa HOA and SDG&E for use
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                                                                          of the adjacent easement; staff is working
                      F.   Address deteriorating status of Wiegand        with the HOA to get their signature on the
                           Adobe via environmental processes              CUP application

                                                                     F.   100% - Adobe has been removed
                                                                          following an environmental review period.




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                        11. Establishing programs and policies to develop
                      alternative water supplies to serve existing and future
                                            customers.
                                      Objective                             Progress Toward Completion
                    A. Submit Best Management Practices report to     A. 100% - BMP report submitted; OMWD is
                       California Urban Water Conservation               "on track" and in full compliance
Water Reliability




                       Council
                                                                      B. 25% - Submitted $600,000 grant
                    B. Conduct water quality, ecological, and            application to USBR for well development
                       hydrogeological investigations for brackish       and pilot testing; determination expected by
                       desalination                                      the end of the month. Staff continues to
                                                                         research similar projects and is in the process
                    C. Develop plan for twenty percent reduction in      of developing a "master schedule" for the
                       water consumption per capita per day              project. Staff has visited several neighboring
                       pursuant to SBX7 7and submit as part of           water agencies with the Consulting Engineer
                       Urban Water Management Plan                       to “learn their lessons learned” regarding
                                                                         groundwater and brackish desalination.
                    D. Continue enforcement of the Water Supply
                       Shortage Conservation Ordinance                C. 100% - Plan for 20% reduction in GPCD
                                                                         was developed and included in 2010 UWMP
                                                                         update submitted to DWR.

                                                                      D. 50% - Ongoing; see Appendix C
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                       12. Cultivating supportive and positive relationships with the federal,
                        state and local agencies which may impact the District’s operations.

                                         Objective                             Progress Toward Completion
                       A. Address Northwest Quadrant recycled water      A. 20% - Water quality issues continue to be a
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                          issues with Vallecitos Water District             problem; the General Managers have
                                                                            commenced discussions to resolve
                       B. Pursue Title XVI grant funding for North San
                          Diego County Regional Recycled Water           B. 100% - Finalized partnership with eight local
                          Project                                           agencies and entered into joint lobbying
                                                                            agreement with Furman Group; agency
                                                                            representatives lobbied in Washington July 25-
                       C. Continue participation in the Cooperative         26 in pursuit of $50 million in WRDA funding
                          Interagency Resources Coalition in order to
                          increase revenue and reduce costs; target at   C. 100% - Costs for landscape efficiency classes
                          least five CIRC partnerships in 2011              have been shared with Carlsbad MWD, Santa
                                                                            Fe ID, San Dieguito WD, and Oceanside. Costs
                       D. Resolve issues with SDCWA pertaining to the       for several trainings shared with Vista ID and
                          Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve budget and      Fallbrook PUD. Shared booth fees and materials
                          excess treated water sales                        with SDWD at several community events. Cost-
                                                                            sharing opportunities reviewed with SFID’s
                                                                            General Manager.

                                                                         D. 100% - Issues resolved; amendment to excess
                                                                            treated water agreement approved by the
                                                                            board on June 22                          18
                  Appendix A: Quarterly Public Outreach Schedule


                        JULY 2011                    AUGUST 2011                 SEPTEMBER 2011
                 Watching       News                District A
                   Developing New
                 Water Continuing Supplies
                   and
                                Releases          Bridging Borders to Benefit
                                                  Our Customers, OMWD
                                                                                TBD

Watching Water      Conservation Efforts,         Stands Up for Customers at
                    Board Taps Reserves to        SDCWA, Employees Agree to
                    Offset SDCWA Increase         Reduce Retirement Benefits
  JANUARY
                    EFRR photo contest begins,    Camp Pendleton to join        TBD
  2010
 Media              landscape workshop            NSDCRRWP, landscape
 Opportunities                                    workshop

                    Landscape workshop,           Landscape workshop            VIP tour
  FEBRUARY          public tour, Kids to Work
OMWD Activities
  2010              day

                    Anticipating SDWSRF funding   Anticipating determination    Research continues
 Grant              agreement and USBR            from California Dental
  MARCH
 Opportunities      WaterSMART determination;
                                                  Association
                    lobbying for WRDA
  2010
                    WateReuse annual award        CSDA annual award             Research continues
 Award              nominations due               nominations due in August
 Opportunities
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                                             Appendix B:

                              Tiger Team Report
                Grant Funding                                         Cost Savings
• $50,000,000 – Pursuing WRDA funding for            • Shared Booths at Community Events—
  North San Diego County Regional Recycled             Savings of $500— Split booth fees, materials,
  Water Project                                        and labor with San Dieguito WD at Encinitas
• $18,444,260 – Pursuing CDPH funding for              Garden Festival, LCCHS Earth Day, and Encinitas
  Construction of LT2 Improvements at DCMWTP           Environment Day
• $600,000 – Pursuing USBR funding for brackish      • Coffee Service— Savings of $1,800—Realize
  groundwater desalination testing                     savings by switching to low-cost coffee vendor
• $51,114– Pursuing California Department of         • Joint Safety Trainings— Savings of $1,600—
  Parks & Recreation Funding for Rehabilitation of     Training costs for line location, dog bite
  the Cielo Trail                                      prevention, and rigging were shared with other
                                                       districts




         Total Grant Funding this Period:                     Total Cost Savings this Period:
               $69,095,374 pursued                                         $3,900                  20
                Team Report
         TigerAlternative Revenue




Total Alternative Revenue Generated January through March:
                        $196,626.22                          21
              Team Report
       TigerAlternative Revenue




Total Alternative Revenue Generated April through June:
                      $232,771.57                         22
                    Tiger Team Report
                       Summary for Calendar Year 2011

Total grant funding, cost savings, and
alternative revenue to date in CY 2011:                   $484,552

Total grant funding under pursuit and
potential alternative revenue sources:                    $69,095,374


                         Since Inception of the Program

Total grant funding and
cost savings to date:                                     $30.01 million

Total alternative revenue
generated to date:                                        $3.50 million


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           Appendix C: Conservation Savings
Conservation Savings – Second Quarter 2011




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Conservation Savings –Second Quarter
               2011




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                                                                                         Agenda Item 14 
                                          
                                 
  




   Memo 
 Date:             July 27, 2011 
 To:               Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors 
 From:             Rainy Selamat, Finance Manager 
 Via:              Kimberly Thorner, General Manager 
 Subject:          PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AN INCREASE TO OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL 
                   WATER DISTRICT’S WATER SERVICES RELATED FEES (4:30 P.M.) 
  

                                                
                                           Purpose 
                                                
 To receive public input on Staff proposed adjustments on Partial Meter Installation 
 Charges and Monitoring Backflow Prevention Devices fees.    
  
                                      Recommendation 
  
 Staff recommends approval of the proposed fee increases following the public hearing.  
  
                                        Alternative(s) 
                                                
 Following the hearing, the Board may choose not to increase fees, delay a fee increase, 
 or provide Staff with direction related to these fees.   
                                                




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                                                     Background 
 
Staff reviews all water rates and charges on an annual basis.  As a result of this year’s 
water related service fees analysis, Staff concluded that existing partial meter 
installation charges and monthly monitoring backflow prevention devices fees required 
an adjustment to reflect the full cost of each service ( as shown in Exhibit A, attached).  
 
At the June 22, 2011 board meeting, Staff asked the Board to set a public hearing for 
interested customers to comment on these proposed fee increases.  
 
                                        Fiscal Impact 
 
Delaying or offsetting water services related fee increases will result in ratepayers 
having to pay for these cost increases through water rates and charges when the cost 
should rightfully be paid by the user who benefits from the service. In Fiscal Year 2011‐
2012 these additional costs are estimated to be approximately $20,000. 
                                                 
                                         Discussion 
 
A partial meter installation charge is charged when District employees perform a partial 
meter installation where service laterals already exist upon request by a customer. The 
proposed fee adjustments are required to reflect the higher cost to purchase a meter 
from the meter manufacturer.   
 
The District’s backflow personnel monitor some customers’ backflow prevention 
devices for public health and safety reasons. The cost of monitoring each customer’s 
backflow prevention device is billed monthly. The existing monthly fee needs to be 
adjusted to reflect the increased labor and fuel costs to monitor and check these 
devices. The last increase of this fee was in June 2005. 
   
These charges are imposed only in response to a project proponent’s voluntary decision 
to request such service. Therefore, these proposed increases are not subject to the 
requirements of Proposition 218.  The District has provided potentially affected 
property owners and customers the opportunity to address their concerns.  Notice of 
the public hearing was posted in the North County Times on July 17 and July 21, 2011.  
 
Attachment: Exhibit A  
                                                              
                                                              
                                                              



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                                                      EXHIBIT A 
 
Partial Meter Installation Charges 
 
 
                      Meter Size                           Current                 Proposed 
                                                           Charge                  Charge 
                             5/8”                          $475.00                 $510.00 
                             ¾”                            $475.00                 $510.00 
                             ¾”with1”fire                  $865.00                 $905.00 
                             meter 
                             1”                            $555.00                 $565.00 
                             1” fire meter only            $505.00                 $515.00 
 
                                                              
Monitoring Backflow Prevention Devices 
 
Current Charge:       $4.00 per month  
Proposed Charge:   $4.50 per month 
 
 




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                                                                                   Agenda Item 15




Memo
Date:             July 27, 2011
To:               Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:             Rainy Selamat, Finance Manager
Via:              Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:          CONSIDER ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DISTRICT’S
                  ADMINISTRATIVE AND ETHICS CODE (Article 8 – Water Rates and
                  Charges and Article 13 – Policy for District Facilities)




                                                       Purpose

This item will amend the District’s Administrative and Ethics Code and formally adopt
water services related fees following the public hearing.

                                                Recommendation

Staff recommends approval and adoption of the attached ordinance so that the District
can begin collecting the revised Partial Meter Installation Charges and Monthly
Monitoring Backflow Prevention Devices fees effective August 1, 2011.

                                                   Alternative(s)

N/A




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                                                    Background

This is a housekeeping item following the public hearing if approved by the Board.

                                                   Fiscal Impact

If approved by the Board, the new fees would result in an increase of the District’s
water operating revenue from water services related fees of approximately $20,000.

                                                     Discussion

This item follows a public hearing for interested customers to comment on the
proposed water related fees and charges. The partial meter installation charge and
monitoring backflow prevention devices charge need to be adjusted to reflect the full
cost of service of each service.




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                                ORDINANCE NO. 38x


             ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
             OLIVENHAIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT AMENDING
             THE DISTRICT’S ADMINISTRATIVE AND ETHICS CODE
             (Article 8 – Water Rates & Charges and Article 13 – Policy for
             District Facilities)


      It is HEREBY ORDAINED by the Board of Directors of the Olivenhain Municipal
Water District as follows:

      SECTION 1: Article 8, Section 8.8 of the Administrative and Ethics Code is
hereby amended and incorporated herein:

Sec. 8.8.    Monitoring Backflow Prevention Devices. A monthly charge of $4.00$4.50
per month, per device will be billed to customers required to have backflow prevention
devices to cover the monitoring of such devices as determined to be necessary by the
District.

       SECTION 2: Article 13, Section 13.11.B. of the Administrative and Ethics Code
is hereby amended and incorporated herein:

Sec 13.11.   Capacity Fee and Installation Charges

             B.     Meter Installation Charges


                         Meter Size          Partial (1)   Full (2)

                  5/8”                      $475510.00       TM
                  3/4”                      $475510.00       TM
                  3/4” with 1” fire meter   $865905.00       TM
                  1”                        $555565.00       TM
                  1” with 1” fire meter      $910.00         TM
                  1” fire meter only        $505515.00       TM
                  1-1/2”                    $1,580.00        TM
                  2”                             TM          TM
                  3”                             TM          TM
                  4”                             TM          TM
                  6”                             TM          TM
                  8”                             TM          TM
Ordinance No. 38x continued



NOTE:
1
    Partial installation is where service lateral exists now or previously (subdivisions).
2
    Full installation is for a completely new service lateral.

     SECTION 3: The Secretary shall publish this Ordinance one (1) time in a
newspaper of general circulation within the District within ten (10) days of its adoption.

       PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 27th day of July, 2011 by the
following roll call vote:

               AYES:
               NOES:
               ABSTAIN:
               ABSENT:




                                                       ________________________________
                                                       Edmund K. Sprague, President
                                                       Board of Directors
                                                       Olivenhain Municipal Water District




ATTEST:



___________________________________
Gerald E. Varty, Secretary
Board of Directors
Olivenhain Municipal Water District




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                                                                 Agenda Item 16 
                                
                        
  




  Memo 
 Date:        July 27, 2011 
 To:          Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors 
 From:        Tom Kennedy, Operations Manager 
              Joseph Randall, Management Analyst Supervisor 
 Via:         Kimberly Thorner, General Manager 
 Subject:     CONSIDER OPTIONS FOR MODIFICATION OF OMWD DIRECTOR DIVISION 
              BOUNDARIES AND PROVIDE DIRECTION TO STAFF 
  

                                                 
                                           Purpose 
                                                 
 The purpose of this agenda item is to review options for modifications to the division 
 boundaries of OMWD’s five director divisions.    
  
                                      Recommendation 
  
 No action is being sought at this time – this is a discussion item only. 
                                                 
                                        Alternative(s) 
                                                 
 N/A 

                                         Background 
  
 Section 71540 of the Water Code gives the Board of Directors the right and obligation to 
 modify the boundaries of the director divisions. Section 71540 refers to Section 22000 
 of the Elections Code which indicates that such changes shall be made after each 
federal census or whenever the Board decides that there has been enough population 
change to make it desirable to change the boundaries. The boundaries were most 
recently changed in January of 2010 to reflect the large amount of growth primarily in 
the 4S Ranch area and the current map is attached as Exhibit B. 
 
While the re‐divisioning effort undertaken in 2010 was based on surrogate data 
(residential meters) for actual census data which was not available at that time, we now 
have access to accurate decennial census data which is preferable and will be used for 
this update.  
 
A short guideline on the principles of re‐divisioning based on both statutory and case 
law is provided in Exhibit A. 
 
                                         Fiscal Impact 
 
There is no fiscal impact specifically related to this process. The San Diego Group, 
OMWD’s outreach and media relations consultant, conducted this effort within its 
existing retainer. 
 
                                          Discussion 
 
Federal census data was released in spring 2011. Upon receipt of census numbers, staff 
determined that, due to a relatively significant change in population since the last re‐
divisioning project in 2010, the division boundaries were again in need of adjustment in 
order to maintain balanced population numbers in each respective director division. 
Growth has continued to slow; however, there was a significant change in population 
that again was focused primarily in the 4S Ranch area (Division 4).    
 
The data used for the OMWD redistricting map came from the Census 2010 
Block shapefile, available through SANDAG. Each director division boundary is based on 
voter precincts. OMWD is challenged with a unique shaped governance boundary, and 
as such, it is difficult to make the new districts compact and contiguous. Although 
drawing division lines that split precincts can entail a lengthy process with the Registrar 
of Voters and LAFCO, no difficulty is expected in obtaining approval prior to the next 
election for three split precincts contained in the proposed director divisions. The 
proposed map (attached as Exhibit C) rebalances the director divisions, and conforms to 
the Voting Rights Act.  
 
Below are the current director division populations, and new director division 
populations, after the proposed changes.  
 
Division  Current Pop  Current Spread  New Pop               New Spread 
1            10,506          ‐22%               13,066       ‐3.1% 
2            13,084          ‐3%                13,466       ‐0.1% 
3            12,409          ‐8%                13,911       3.1% 
4            18,292          36%                13,599       0.8% 
5            13,144          ‐3%                13,393       ‐0.7% 
Average: 13,487 
Total: 67,435 
 
Current population figures across director divisions show a total variance of 58% 
between Divisions 1 and 4, far exceeding the maximum target variance of 10%. The 
availability of accurate census data demonstrating this variance is the primary driver for 
the current re‐divisioning proposal. This proposed reallocation of population across 
director divisions reduces the largest variance to 6% between Divisions 1 and 3, 
indicating a significantly greater balance. 
 
In order to achieve the balance shown, staff considered the need to keep each 
director’s residence in their respective division. The consultant and staff also sought to 
keep each director division compact and contiguous as practically possible, and to keep 
the new divisions largely within the footprint of the existing boundaries. Attention was 
also given to making small, incremental physical changes versus dramatic ones, provide 
continuity, and reduce the effect of "deferrals and accelerations" of voters being placed 
from an even‐numbered division into an odd‐numbered division, and vice versa, thereby 
deferring or accelerating the year of their vote. 
  
The most significant change to the divisions sees Division 1 shift eastward into what is 
currently Division 4, allowing Division 1 to assume some of the growth that has taken 
place around the 4S Ranch area. Other shifts, more minor in nature, take place near the 
common borders of Divisions 2, 3, and 5. 
 
Staff will incorporate Board comments into a future action item for Board consideration. 
Pending the Board’s acceptance of new boundaries, the new director divisions will be 
submitted to the Registrar of Voters and LAFCO.  
 
 
 
 
         
         
    Exhibit A 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The following items represent the basic framework within which redistricting efforts should take
place. This framework is defined by the US Constitution, as well as several US Supreme Court
cases and is drawn from a case study on redistricting in North Carolina found on:

http://www.esri.com/library/userconf/proc01/professional/papers/pap1069/p1069.htm

Equal Population
Foremost among the criteria which will be used at a municipal level is the requirement that
divisions must be substantially equal in population. Doing so insures that each person's vote
counts the same. The legal basis for this is the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment
to the Constitution. However, this does not mean that the population of each district must be
exactly the same. For non-Congressional districts, the accepted standard is a maximum
population variance of no more than 10 percent. It works like this:

Divide the total number of districts into the total new population. This gives you the population
count of the "ideal" district. Then calculate the percentage that your most populous district is
above that ideal size. Next calculate the percentage that your least populous district is below the
ideal size. Add these two percentages together (ignoring signs) and you have your plan's
variance. For example, you have a city of 100,000 people with five districts. Your ideal district
should consist of 20,000 people. Your largest district contains 22,000 people, a difference of
10% above the ideal. Your smallest district contains 18,000 people, a difference of 10% below
the ideal. Your plan variance is 20%. You failed the test.

This 10% variance rule is not statutory, it is court derived and based on years of case law going
back to the US Supreme Court decision of Reynolds v. Sims in 1964. Factors may cause plans
with greater variances to withstand court challenge and plans with less than 10% variance to fail.

"Traditional Districting Principles"
The Supreme Court first used this term in a 1993 North Carolina case, Shaw v. Reno, mentioning
"compactness, contiguity and respect for political subdivisions" as examples. In Miller v.
Johnson (1995), it added, "respect for ... communities defined by actual shared interests." Again
in Bush v. Vera (1996) the Court added, "maintaining... traditional boundaries" to the list.
Finally, in 1997 it added "maintaining... district cores" and "protecting incumbents from contests
with each other" through Abrams v. Johnson.

1. Compactness. Unlike population variance, there is no commonly accepted single measure of
compactness that seems to apply to OMWD. Most of the compactness measures have been
developed for testing Congressional districts, which can be prone to meandering across vast
stretches of a state. Given the geographic confines of the District, such measures tend to be
overly complex.

2. Contiguity. All of the geographic areas of a district should connect to one another. However,
in some places, satellite annexations have created "islands" that, while part of the District, are not
geographically connected to the core division. This was handled in one of two ways.
First, it could be that an "island" is part of a voter precinct that is itself connected to the rest of
the District. In cases such as these, we required that the "island" follow the balance of its precinct
into whatever district the overall precinct was assigned.

A second situation would arise where the "island" was part of a precinct and no areas of that
precinct were connected to the District's core. In such cases, these islands were assigned to the
closest, nearly adjacent, district.

3. Respect for Political Subdivisions. This criterion translates best to districting efforts that
hope to preserve the integrity of smaller political units within a larger body.
At the District level we applied this principle to voter precincts. In California, precincts are the
smallest geographic unit of voter registration and administration. Typically they will contain
4,000-8,000 people. In developing district boundaries we felt obligated to follow precinct
boundaries. In practice this goal supported several other goals: a) the census population counts
would be released by precinct; b) voter registration statistics are organized by precinct; and, c)
administration of an election organized around something other than precincts would be difficult
to administer and very confusing for voters.

4. Respect for Communities of Interest. Here the goal is to group people with like interests
together so that an elected representative can articulate their views.


5. Maintaining District Cores. To the extent possible, districts should be drawn in such a way
as to preserve the core of existing districts.

Development of redistricting scenarios frequently began by modifying the existing plan in such a
way to minimize the number of voter precincts that were shifted from one district to another.

6. Maintaining Constituent Relationships. To the extent possible, districts should be drawn in
such a way as to avoid situations where incumbents would be in contests with each other.
 
 
 

    Exhibit B 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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                                                                Agenda Item 17




Memo
Date:        July 27, 2011
To:          Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:        George Briest, Engineering Manager
Via:         Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:     CONSIDER INFORMATIONAL REPORT ON THE STATUS OF FIRST 5
             FUNDING FOR FLUORIDE FACILITIES AT THE DAVID C MCCOLLOM WATER
             TREATMENT PLANT




                                        Purpose

This agenda item provides a status update on staff actions related to the funding and
construction of fluoridation facilities at the David C. McCollom Water Treatment Plant.

                                      Background

The Title 22 California Code of Regulations, California Safe Drinking Water Act (CSDWA)
conditionally requires public water systems with 10,000 or more service connections to
fluoridate their drinking water if sufficient funds become available to cover the capital
costs required to install a fluoride system, and once the system is installed, funds are
also available to cover the associated costs for operations and maintenance for a period
of one year or more. Section 64433 of Article 4.1 of the CSDWA provided a ranking of
each agency within the state with more than 10,000 service connections. The District
was ranked 95th out of a possible 167 positions.

While the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the San Diego County
Water Authority were exempted from having to fluoridate because they do not have
any direct connections, each of these agencies currently provide fluoridated treated
water to their customers.

In 2008, the First 5 Commission of San Diego County retained Richard Brady and
Associates (Brady) to prepare a Fluoridation Concept Study which evaluated the facilities
and capital and operating costs required to implement fluoridation for the five highest
priority agencies within San Diego County. Olivenhain MWD was one of the five
evaluated. In 2008, District staff completed a proposed design for the implementation
of fluoride; however, that project was not constructed as funding for the project from
the First 5 Commission was not available.

In June, 2011, the District became aware that staff of the First 5 Commission was
making a recommendation to their board for an award of funding for the construction
of fluoridation facilities at the David C. McCollom Water Treatment Plant. The First 5
staff did not notify the District that it was making that recommendation and as such the
District was not able to provide any input into the discussion. Since June, District staff
has met with representatives from the First 5 Commission to discuss how much money
was allocated for the Olivenhain project. Discussions are continuing.

                                      Fiscal Impact

The First 5 Commission has allocated approximately $950,000 for capital and first year
operations costs for the proposed Olivenhain fluoridation facilities. District staff does
not believe that these funds are sufficient for the construction/operation of adequate
facilities necessary to provide fluoridation throughout the District. This is based on the
fact that the 2008 Brady report costs were based on a design that is no longer valid due
to the ongoing LT2 project. District staff is currently evaluating what the anticipated
facilities and costs may be; however, no conclusions have been reached yet.

                                        Discussion

District staff will continue to have discussions with representatives from the First 5
Commission and provide periodic updates to the Board as new information is received.
                                                                Agenda Item 18




Memo
Date:        July 27, 2011
To:          Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors
From:        George Briest, Engineering Manager
Via:         Kimberly Thorner, General Manager
Subject:     CONSIDER APPROVAL OF A PURCHASE ORDER TO IMPERIAL PIPE COMPANY
             (IMPERIAL) FOR THE DAVID C. MCCOLLOM WATER TREATMENT PLANT LT2
             IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT OF $176,327 FOR FURNISHING
             484 LINEAR FEET OF 48-INCH STEEL PIPE AND AUTHORIZE THE GENERAL
             MANAGER TO SIGN ON BEHALF OF THE DISTRICT




                                        Purpose

Approval of this agenda item would approve a purchase order to Imperial Pipe Company
(Imperial) in the amount of $176,327 for the purchase of 484 linear feet of 48-inch steel
pipe and fittings, to be installed by Archer Western Contractors as part of the David C.
McCollom Water Treatment Plant LT2 Improvements project.

                                   Recommendation

Staff recommends approval of this purchase order in the amount of $176,327 and
authorization for the General Manager to sign on behalf of the District.

                                     Alternative(s)

Installation of this 484 LF of 48-inch pipeline was included in the David C. McCollom
Water Treatment Plant LT2 Improvements Project, with the pipe and fittings to be
furnished by the District. A quotation was obtained from Northwest Pipe Company (the
Unit AA Raw Water Pipeline fabricator), in the amount of $266,564, which is $90,237
higher. Competitive bids could also be solicited for this pipeline; however this is not
expected to result in any cost savings because of the rising price of steel and the current
availability of the pipe at Imperial. The pipe needs to be ordered now in order to fit into
Imperial’s production schedule and meet Archer Western’s proposed LT2 schedule.
Staff does not recommend any of the alternatives described above.

                                       Background

The Unit AA Raw Water Pipeline will supply raw water from the Water Authority’s
Second Aqueduct to the David C. McCollom Water Treatment Plant. The 484 LF of 48-
inch pipeline in this agenda item was included in the LT2 project in order to facilitate the
installation of the pipeline with the LT2 project due to their close proximity to each
other. Procurement of the 484 LF of pipe was not included in the original Unit AA Raw
Water Pipeline Procurement contract recently awarded to Northwest Pipe Company
because the alignment of the pipeline on the plant site was still under review and being
coordinated with the LT2 project.

                                       Fiscal Impact

This purchase order for $176,327 is part of the funding provided by the San Diego
County Water Authority for the Unit AA Raw Water Pipeline. No further appropriation is
necessary.
                                       Discussion

Upon Board approval, a purchase order will be issued to Imperial to get this pipeline
into their production schedule. Staff desires to proceed with ordering the pipe now so
that it will be fabricated and delivered in time to meet Archer Western’s schedule for
installation next year. Staff is available to answer questions.
Memo                                                                A


To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           A - PRESIDENT




           Any report will be oral at the time of the Board meeting.
Memo                                                                        B




To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           B – GENERAL MANAGER



           Any written report will be attached; any oral report will be provided
           at the time of the Board Meeting.
    July 27, 2011 
 
     
    Board of Directors 
    Olivenhain Municipal Water District 
    1966 Olivenhain Road 
    Encinitas, CA  92024 
     
    The  following  are  brief  highlights  of  the  District's  departmental  operations  for  the  month  of  
    June 2011. 
     
    OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE: 
    Operations Manager Tom Kennedy Reports:  
     Successfully  completed  negotiations  to  settle  issues  with  SDCWA  over  EFRR  and  Excess  Treated 
        Water.   
     Attend the AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition in Washington DC. During this conference I 
        was admitted as a member of both the Pipeline Rehabilitation Standards Committee as well as the 
        Water Loss Control Committee. 
     Participated in the kickoff meetings for the LT2 project at Archer Western’s offices in San Diego. 
     Met  with  Heiner  Markoff,  CEO  of  GE  Water  to  discuss  future  programs  and  products  in  the 
        membrane area. 
     
    CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE: 
     Assisted with development tie‐in, shutdowns, and preconstruction meetings and provided 
        support at the DCMWTP, 4‐S WRF, EFRR, Meter Maintenance and IT Department. 
     Relocated 1” water service lateral leak at 448 Rancho Santa Fe Rd, repaired 1” water service 
        lateral leak at 19616 Mt Israel Place. 
     Installed new 1 ½” water service lateral w/ AMR meter at Elfin Forest Lane Lot #8.  Also, 
        upgraded and installed new 1 ½” water service lateral w/ AMR meter at 7164 Rancho La Cima 
        Drive. 
     (CIP  Fund  ‐  Valve  Replacements)  Replace  a  quantity  of  four  broken  valves  at  different  locations, 
        Three ‐ 6” valves at 17215, 17249 & 17287 Camino De Montecillo.  One ‐ 6” valve at 7633 Rustico 
        Drive. (100% completed) 
     
    DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM: 
     Repaired crack in piping in the Camino San Thomas reclaimed water PRS. 
     Completed 30 more A&V retro‐fits. 
     Filled and placed 4‐S #2 back into service. 
     Repaired roll‐over‐protection cage on the Kawasaki Mule and add additional tie‐down hook 
        points. 
     Flushed water from dead‐ends on Monterey Place. 
     Un‐crated and inspected the new Lakes #2 recycled water PRS. 
     Performed one fire‐flow test. 
     Fabricated a 1” PVC model to replicate a slow leak volume. 
     Completed the tri‐annual Lead and Copper sampling rounds for 2011. 
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
Page 2


   Assisted with SDG&E efficiency testing at the Unit “Z” PS. 
   Removed pump #1 from the Unit “Z” pumping station. 
   Welded / repaired concrete saw lifting actuator for Rick Hernandez. 
   Removed rock and rebuilt the 4” CLA‐VAL on the 4‐S reclaimed water system. 
   Threaded a pair of PVC coated pipe nipples for pump‐motor technicians. 
          
 SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE MONTHLY REPORT (March 2011): 
 Number of new meters installed was 43 & there are 71 jumpers in service. 
 Replaced 7 stopped meters. 
 Replaced 64 meter anodes. 
 Completed  preparation  work  for  the  Rectifier  #1  Deep  Well  Anode  Cathodic  Protection  System. 
    Drilling slated for the second weekend of July. 
 Completed first phase installation of sacrificial anodes at the Mount Israel 6” Steel pipeline. 
 
IT/TELEMETRY: 
 Continued development of new SCADA application for the distribution system. 
 Troubleshot pump failure at Unit Z pump station. 
 Performed pump efficiency testing with SDGE partner. 
 Troubleshot WTP train 3 breaker and VFD failure. 
 Spent 36 hours on IT user support. 
     
DCM WATER TREATMENT PLANT: 
 During June, 2011 the WTP total production was approximately 755 million gallons; Average daily 
    production was 25 MGD; peak day production was 31 MG; Amount sold to SDCWA was 297 AF via 
    the OTP‐1 connection; Average OTP‐1 flow was 3.2 MGD for the month; Lake Skinner source water 
    was changed by MWD on 6/13 to SD Canal due to allow for treatment of algae; Canal source very 
    high in algae/moss that blinds off strainers requiring manual cleaning daily, which forced flow to be 
    reduced below demand levels for several days; Worked with CWA to switch to Olivenhain Reservoir 
    source from 6/16 to 6/21; On 6/13 the annual Hazmat inspection was performed by RSF Fire Dept; 
    All routine water quality objectives were met during June. 
 The 1st Stage available surface area is at 90%; Train 1 was made operational on 6/7/11; Train 3 was 
    taken out of service on the same day for VFD failure; Staff evaluating options for replacement of 
    18‐pulse  VFD  to  more  commonly  available  and  less  expensive  6‐pulse  VFD;  Cleaning  operations 
    were  conducted  throughout  June;  Quarterly  instrumentation  calibrations  were  completed  on 
    6/16/11;  On  6/17/11  the  first  stage  permeate  pumps were tested for flow and efficiency; Colder 
    source  noted  above  had  adverse  effect  on  2nd  stage  trains,  which  were  corrected  on  6/29/11 
    following discovery and temporary repair of failed leveling pins on 18 cassettes which was causing 
    improper aeration. 
 The LT2 project kick‐off and planning meetings were held on 6/20/11 & 6/22/11; Staff toured the 
    Sweetwater Authority Desalter Plant on 6/27/11; Staff met with representatives from the California 
    Dental Association on 6/27/11 to discuss Fluoridation. 
     
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
Page 3


  WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY: 
   Four sites are in the process of being converted to recycled water.  
   Performed two recycled water shutdown tests. 
   The 4S Ranch WWTP operators cleaned and performed maintenance on the UV channel in June. 
   The 4S Ranch WWTP office/control building expansion project is progressing. 
   The 4S Ranch Wastewater Treatment Plant operators conducted one plant tour during the month 
     of June.  
   Replaced the 4S WWTP grinder, located in headworks. 
   Treated the 4S Recycled Storage pond with chlorine for water quality enhancement. 
   
PARKS DEPARTMENT: 
   Trained (2) new Docents. 
   Installed (7) camera security systems in Interpretive Center. 
   Hosted (2) Docent‐led hikes. 
   Audubon bird lecture at Interpretive Center. 
   Continued work on Photovoltaic system in Staging Area. 
   Hosted (2) Cathy Carey art/drawing classes. 
   Issued (7) Special Use Permits and led approximately (40) Ranger guided hikes. 
   Issued  (17)  parking  notices,  (4)  formal  incident  reports,  and  made  approximately  (150)  verbal 
     contacts with park users regarding rules and regulations. 
   Emergency Responses: 0 
   Closed 0 days due to weather. 
   Vehicle Count: 3798 
   
 
  HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT  
  HR/Labor Relations ‐ Human Resources Manager, Thomas Wood reports:  
   Coordinated a lunch and learn for interested staff on healthy eating habits. 
   Worked closely with the compensation consultant, Doug Johnson, on the comprehensive salary 
     and benefits labor market survey. 
   Participated in the Personnel Committee meeting. 
   Hosted the on‐site National Public Works Week (NPWW) luncheon for Operations staff. 
   Coordinated the HEART Committee meeting in order to discuss salary survey results. 
   Reviewed, approved, then printed the annual performance reviews for all employees. 
   Compiled the performance review scores, merit matrix, merit increases, calculated new salaries, 
     and printed corresponding personnel recommendation forms for all staff. 
   Attended the IPMA‐HR meeting in San Diego with Analyst Joslin on “Staying Cool Under 
     Pressure”. 
   
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
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Safety/Training/Meetings – Safety/Risk Compliance Administrator (SRCA), Joseph Mackey 
reports:  
   Attended the hazmat inspections at Midpoint and Rancho Lakes pump stations. 
   Coordinated the forklift training make‐up class for required staff.  
   Attended the hazmat citation meeting at the 4S reclamation plant. 
   Participated in the SDCWA Arkstrom Table Top Drill at the Mira Mar Air Station. 
   Attended the Water Utility Safety Managers (WUSMA) meeting at Escondido. 
   Coordinated the snake bite prevention and outdoor critter safety class for staff. 
   Participated in the High Tech High safety intern presentation. 
   Hosted the Safety Sub‐committee meeting. 
   Participated in the SD‐211 meeting with staff. 
   Attended LT2 safety meetings with the treatment plant supervisor and contractors. 
   Hosted the Safety Committee meeting on June 30th. 
 
Records/Contracts: 
 Responded to two subpoenas submitted to OMWD for water usage records. 
 Released liens on five properties to title/escrow companies, released one lien to a homeowner, 
    and recorded two new liens on properties for nonpayment of water bills. 
 Scanned two new project contract documents (DCMWTP LT2 and Unit AA P/L Procurement) in 
    addition to University Commons project records into the Laserfiche system for the Engineering 
    Department. 
 Scanned new customer Water Service Agreements for the Finance Department.   
 Inventoried and boxed Engineering and Finance documents for off‐site storage. 
 Registered the Board and Staff for attendance at upcoming meetings/conferences. 
     
 
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
Engineering Manager George Briest Reports: 
 
David C. McCollom WTP LT2 Improvements Project 
An award for the construction of Bid Schedules A and B to Archer Western Construction was 
approved by the Board of Directors at the May 25th regular Board meeting. Contractor is expected 
to begin construction by end of July. 
 
Unit AA Pipeline Project  
Pipe fabrication has been started at Northwest Pipe Company and is being overseen by consultants 
retained by the District. Bid for construction is on the street. Met with CWA to resolve connection 
issues. Agreement will be forthcoming. 
 
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
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4S WRF Operations Building Expansion 
At the April 20, 2011 regular Board meeting the Board of Directors awarded a contract to Hearne 
Corporation in the amount of $1,099,000 for the construction of the 4S Water Reclamation Facility 
Operations  Building  expansion.  Work  has  started  and  is  on  schedule.  A  preliminary  construction 
schedule from Hearne anticipates a mid November 2011 completion of the project.  
 
Mt. Israel Road Pipeline Relocation 
A  section  of  pipeline  constructed  in  1964  on  concrete  piers  across  a  small  ravine  is  in  danger  of 
failure due to a loss of the slope. Staff is in the process of designing the pipeline out of the existing 
easement  and  into  Mt.  Israel  Road  which  is  within  a  public  (County  of  San  Diego)  right  of  way. 
Approximately 1400 feet of pipeline will be replaced with PVC pipeline as part of this project. Fifty 
percent plans are currently being reviewed in house. Construction would be completed before the 
beginning of the next rainy season. 
 
Aliso Canyon Pipeline Relocation 
The County of San Diego is designing a new 60 inch pipeline within the public rights of way of Aliso 
Canyon Road which is in conflict with an existing 8 inch PVC water pipeline which feeds the Rancho 
La Cima development off Aliso Canyon Road. Design of a pipeline relocation was completed in early 
May however the County subsequently changed the location of the storm drain. Approximately 60 
to 75 feet of pipeline will need to be relocated as part of the project. 
 
 
FINANCE MANAGER 
Finance Manager Rainy Selamat reports: 
 
In addition to regular daily operational activities of managing the Finance, Treasury, Customer 
Service‐Billing, Purchasing, and Meter Reading functions: 
           
 Completed the FY 11‐12 General Manager’s Recommended Operating and Capital Budget and 
    Obtained approval from the Board. 
 Completed planned scripts for the software demonstrations and set up /coordinate demo 
    schedules for the Finance ERP and Utility Billing System software demonstration with assistance 
    from Schafer Consulting, the District’s Finance ERP and Utility Billing Procurement consultant.  
 Auditors completed the FY 2010‐2011 interim audit procedures in 3 days. Second financial audit 
    visit are currently scheduled in mid‐September.    
 Met with SDCWA staff, General Manager Thorner and Operations Manager Kennedy to finalize 
    EFRR negotiated operating budget. 
 Reviewed and provided comments on SDCWA’s FY 12 and FY 13 GM recommended budget.   
 Visited the David McCollom Water Treatment Plant and 4S Water Reclamation Facility to see the 
    year‐end physical inventory count.  
 Completed FY 2010‐2011 physical inventory counts on all sites, including DCMWTP and 4S WRF 
    to meet the auditor’s requirements. No comments were received from the auditors. 
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
Page 6


   Met with internal staff and Sensus Tehnology account representatives to discuss dealing terms 
    on the automatic meter reading equipment upgrade.  
   3003 customers or 10% of population registered to receive the District’s e‐bills. We have 
    experienced an increase every month after an on‐line bill presentment postcard was mailed out 
    to customers three months ago.  
             
 
GM SERVICES/OUTREACH/GRANTS  
General Admin: 
   Performed 14 notarial acts.  
 Finalized OMWD 2010 Urban Water Management Plan which was adopted by the Board on June 
    22, 2010. 
 Issued letter to Metropolitan Water District Board of Directors regarding vote on rate structure 
    integrity. 
 Created info sheet for use by Customer Service to better answer inquiries about water district 
    consolidation. 
 Added Heat Illness Prevention Program to the Job Safety & Disaster Preparedness Manual. 
 
Education/Conservation: 
 Completed 22 residential site water use evaluations. 
 Incentivized 39 high‐efficiency clothes washers and 5 weather‐based irrigation controllers, and 
    435 rotating nozzles for 3 customers through the MWD regional incentive program.  
 Continued efforts with City of Encinitas and Mira Costa College for procurement of Prop 50 
    IRWMP grant money for the San Elijo campus. 
 Continued efforts with Green Gardens Group (G3) on design plans for the OMWD Sustainable 
    Demonstration Garden. 
 Made 4 classroom presentations while recognizing poster contest participants. 
 Completed Californian Urban Water Conservation Council’s ‘09‐‘10 Best Management Reporting 
    requirements and received coverage reports. 
 
Legislation: 
 Prepared Legislative Report for board packet.  
 Issued letters of opposition for SB 293 and support for SB 900. 
     
Public Outreach: 
 Published the July issue of Watching Water. 
 Advertised for October public tour. 
 Made monthly additions and edits to OMWD website including new capital projects. 
 News release on FY 2012 budget was released on June 23. 
 News release advertising landscape workshop was released on June 29. 
 Attended Environment Day at Cottonwood Park in Encinitas on June 5. 
 
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
Page 7


Grants/Awards: 
 Continued administration of Prop 84/IRWM grant funding for brackish desalination investigation 
   and North San Diego County Regional Recycled Water Project.  
 Met with California Dental Association regarding potential award for construction of fluoridation 
   facilities.  
 Tracked  funding  requests  submitted  to  Senator  Boxer  for  Water  Resources  Development  Act 
   funding  for  construction  of  the  brackish  groundwater  desalination  facility  and  the  North  San 
   Diego  County  Regional  Recycled  Water  Project;  the  California  Department  of  Parks  and 
   Recreation for Cielo Trail Rehabilitation; the Department of Public Health for construction of LT2 
   improvements;  and  the  US  Bureau  of  Reclamation  for  testing  and  piloting  for  the  brackish 
   groundwater desalination facility. 
    
 
GENERAL MANAGER:                          
The General Manager reports the following:   
 
 Prepared various documents and met with CWA on 6/9 to finalize EFRR park budget and Excess 
   Treated Water Agreement for June board approval.  
 Met with GM’s from Vallecitos, Encina, and Camp Pendleton on 6/2 to discuss the North County 
   Recycled Water Project. 
 Met with internal staff to provide direction on Unit AA pipeline mitigation. 
 Exchanged  correspondence  with  Kanine  Care  to  address  complaints  by  homeowners  and 
   enforce lease terms. 
 Continued phone discussions and personal meetings with General Counsel and Consultant Roger 
   Niemeyer regarding Perkins claim in preparation for new trial. 
 Met with Personnel Committee on 6/8 to discuss salary survey. 
 Attended HR‐hosted “Lunch ‘n Learn” on 6/8. 
 Hosted National Public Works Week luncheons with operations employees on 6/9 and 4S WRF 
   employees on 6/14. 
 Met with Assemblyman Garrick and Director Guerin on 6/10 to discuss redistricting and special 
   district consolidations. 
 Met  with  HEART  Committee  on  6/14  to  vet  discussions  held  with  BUMA  and  DEA  reps  and 
   resulting plans to increase employee‐paid PERS contributions. 
 Attended CWA Member Agency Managers and MWD Replenishment Program meeting on 6/14.  
 Reviewed  and  approved  final  2011‐2012  budget  for  presentation  to  the  board  at  the  June  22 
   board meeting. 
 Addressed operations‐related issues during Operations Manager vacation absence in mid‐June. 
 Resolved  employee‐related  claim  and  insurance  issue  with  General  Counsel,  insurance 
   representatives, and staff. 
 Met with auditors on 6/20 to discuss FY 2010‐2011 audit results. 
 Continued  efforts  to  obtain  support  letters  from  participating  agencies  to  help  secure  Water 
   Resources Development Act (WRDA) federal funds. 
General Manager's Report
July 27, 2011
Page 8


   Attended Council of Water Utilities breakfast meeting on 6/21. 
   Met  with  The  San  Diego  Group  and  internal  staff  regarding  upcoming  redistricting  efforts  and 
    miscellaneous PR efforts. 
   Met  with  District  customer  William  Haynor  on  6/22  to  discuss  political  and  water‐related 
    aspirations. 
   Met with GM staff members to approve the final PPR and merit matrix on 6/22. 
   Drafted NSDCRRWP lobbying brochure and requested input from partnering agencies in advance 
    of July meetings in Washington, DC with elected officials. 
   Edited and finalized proposed Water Supply Agreement with Vallecitos. 
   Attended North County Managers breakfast on 6/17. 
   Attended Sweetwater Brackish Facility tour on 6/27 with internal staff. 
   Met with California Dental Association on 6/27 to discuss fluoridation initiatives. 
   Attended tour of 2‐1‐1 San Diego on 6/28. 
   Met with Malcolm Pernie on 6/28 to discuss brackish project. 
   Provided direction to internal staff regarding issues with leaks in the Knightsbridge community. 
   Attended 6/29 retirement luncheon for Fallbrook GM, Keith Lewinger. 
   Attended Board Safety Committee Meeting on 6/30. 
   Continued  efforts  on  new  joint  recycled  water  partnership  and  lobbying  with  8  other  North 
    County entities. 
   Provided  ongoing  direction  to  staff  regarding  long‐range  space  planning  for  Building  X  upon 
    completion of Southside Ops. 
   Provided ongoing direction to staff on OMWD sustainability garden. 
   Reviewed and approved final issue of July 2011 Watching Water. 
   Continued discussions with SDCWA on Unit AA connection. 
   Furthered discussions and efforts with General Counsel on current litigation and claims. 
   Participated in various meetings and conference calls with General Counsel regarding personnel 
    matters, LT2 improvement issues, etc. 
   Resolved excess treated water and park issues with CWA. 
   Oversaw  process  for  employees  to  contribute  their  full  share  of  retirement  as  well  as  the 
    amendment to their existing MOU. 
 
Respectfully submitted,  


                                         
Kimberly A. Thorner 
General Manager  
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To:         Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:    INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

            CONSULTING ENGINEER




           Any report will be given orally at the meeting.
            Olivenhain MWD Consulting Engineer Report July 27, 2011

  Report on Metropolitan WDSC Committee Meetings of Monday July 11, 2011

Finance and Insurance Committee

   1. Financial Summary for Fiscal Year 2010/2011
         a. Receipts were $157.7M less than budgeted
         b. Primarily due to sales of 1.63 MAF of water versus a budget of 1.93 MAF
         c. Expenditures were $94.9M less than budgeted
         d. Primarily due to reduced capital spending
         e. MWD has 2.47 MAF of water in storage
         f. The reserve fund balance is $56.6M above the minimum requirements
         g. Revenue bond debt service coverage is 1.47 (Target is >2.0)
         h. Fixed charge coverage is 1.03 (Target is >1.20)
         i. Revenue Bond debt as a percent of equity 77% (Target is <100.0%)

Water Planning and Stewardship Committee

   1. Colorado River - Due to the record snowfall in the Colorado River watershed in
      2011, the Bureau of Reclamation models project that Lake Mead will have
      storage near the official “surplus” level by late 2012. See attached graphic. As a
      result of the strong supply from the River, MWD will scale back their supply
      development programs, like the Palo Verde farm land following program.

   2. Groundwater Storage - MWD has nine groundwater storage agreements totaling
      212,000 acre-feet whereby they provided Prop 13 funding to construct facilities
      and then stored MWD water in member agency groundwater basins. The projects
      have provided both local and regional benefits. MWD then has the right to “call”
      the water for use during supply shortages. The water can be put into storage at a
      maximum of 53,000 acre-feet/year and called from storage at a maximum of
      70,000 acre-feet/ year.

Engineering and Operations Committee

   1. Report of Colorado River Source Water Protection
         a. Moab Uranium Mine Tailings – To date, 4 M tons of the 16 M tons
             stockpiled near the River have been removed. The work is projected to be
             completed in 2025.
         b. Grand Canyon Uranium Mining – MWD is in a partnership to monitor the
            EIS, federal actions, and potential downstream water quality impacts.
            There is a 6-month moratorium on mining. The final EIS in due the Fall of
            2011 and its preferred alternative is a 20-year withdrawal of mining.

         c. Las Vegas Area Wastewater Treatment Plant Discharge into Lake Mead –
            As a result of changes at the treatment plants, there has been a significant
            reduction in phosphorus loading to Lake Mead. MWD is reviewing and
            commenting on treatment plant NPDES discharge permit renewal
            applications.

         d. Topock Groundwater Chromium – The remediation treatment plant start-
            up is planned for November 2013.

   2. Discounted Groundwater Replenishment Water – MWD has received requests for
      305,000 acre-feet and to date has delivered 60,000.


Don MacFarlane, PE
Principal
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To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           GENERAL COUNSEL




           Any report will be provided at the meeting.
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To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           SAN DIEGO COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY REPRESENTATIVE




           Any report will be oral at the time of the Board meeting.
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To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT REPORT




           Any report will be oral at the time of the Board meeting.
                                                                                                      Report
                                                                               Office of the General Manager


           Colorado River Management Report

Summary
This Report provides a summary of the activities related to management of Metropolitan’s Colorado River
Resources during June 2011.
Attachments
Attachment 1: Lake Mead Storage, 2002 - 2013.
Detailed Report
New Reclamation Study Projects Possible Surplus in 2013
In mid-June, the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) updated its operational study to account for the record-
breaking snowfall in the Colorado Basin this year. After reaching a historic low point of 1,082 feet last fall, only
7 feet above first-ever shortage declarations, Lake Mead is now forecast to end 2011 at an elevation of 1,133 feet,
51 feet higher than it was last fall. With average snowfall next winter, Lake Mead would increase an additional
18 feet in 2012, ending the year at elevation 1,151 feet – six feet above the amount needed for surplus to be
declared. At this time, it has been estimated that there is greater than a 60 percent chance that surplus water
would be available in 2013, which would provide Metropolitan a full Colorado River Aqueduct for the calendar
year. A determination as to the availability of surplus in 2013 will be made in August 2012. Attachment 1
shows the historic and projected elevations of Lake Mead from 2002 to 2013.
In addition to increases in Lake Mead storage, Lake Powell is projected to fill to nearly 80 percent of capacity by
the end of July 2011, which would be its highest level since 2001. With Lake Powell at such a high storage level,
the likelihood of additional releases into Lake Mead will increase for the next several years, and the probability of
any shortage being declared on the Colorado River in the next five years is near zero.
Binational Water Management Discussions Continue
In June, Reclamation hosted a meeting of interested United States’ parties to discuss development of a binational
water management plan that could be agreed to by the end of this year. The U.S. and Mexico parties have
different interests in the negotiations. The U.S. is interested in developing a framework whereby Mexico would
agree to voluntary shortages during drought conditions and determining how U.S. agencies could partner with
Mexico to develop projects that could provide water supplies to both countries. Mexico, on the other hand, is
interested in developing projects, including environmental restoration of wetlands in Mexico, implementing
agricultural conservation, and development of a seawater desalination plant in Baja California near Rosarito
Beach. The current discussions will attempt to address both countries’ interests in order to develop a Minute to
the U.S. Mexico Water Treaty by the end of this year. All parties agree that it will be a challenge to meet that
aggressive schedule, but that it is a goal worth pursuing.
Jayne Harkins Named Executive Director of Colorado River Commission of Nevada
On June 17, the Colorado River Commission of Nevada (CRCN) announced that Jayne Harkins, Deputy Regional
Director for Reclamation’s Lower Colorado Region, has accepted the CRCN Executive Director position and will
be leaving Reclamation. Through her role at the CRCN, Ms. Harkins will represent Nevada’s interests in
Colorado River water and power resources. Imperial Irrigation District (Imperial) to Host Centennial
Celebration
On July 22, Imperial will host an event honoring its 100th anniversary. The event will be open to the public and
will include an evening barbeque near Imperial’s offices in El Centro. Any director interested in attending may
contact Brian Tubbs for more information.


Date of Report: 7/12/2011
                                         Lake Mead Storage
                            2002 – 2013, with average snowfall next winter
                   18,000

                   17,000

                   16,000

                   15,000
x 1000 acre-feet




                   14,000
                                                                           Mead
                   13,000
                                                                           Surplus
                   12,000                                                  Shortage
                   11,000
                                                                           Projected

                   10,000

                    9,000

                    8,000


                      So. Cal. Water Dialogue                          April 27, 2011
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To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           LEGISLATIVE REPORT



           Any written report will be attached; any oral report will be provided
           at the time of the Board Meeting.
Memo
 To:            Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


 Subject:       INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

                LEGISLATIVE REPORT




        This report provides an update for legislative activity as of July 20, 2011.

         The most significant event taking place since the previous Legislative Report is the
 passage of a state budget, which was both balanced and on-time. Though effects of this lean
 budget are already being felt in such areas as child care, university tuition, and court staffing,
 California has received a vote of confidence in the municipal bond market as Standard & Poor’s
 boosted its credit outlook to stable from negative.

          Controversy continues to surround the budget, in no small part due to Governor
 Brown’s push to eliminate redevelopment agencies. The budget package contained two high-
 profile bills—AB X1 26, which eliminates all redevelopment agencies in California, and AB X1
 27, which allows redevelopment agencies to continue to exist if they agree to funnel millions of
 dollars to the state every year—that have already been challenged in California’s Supreme
 Court. Suit was filed July 18 by a variety of municipalities and organizations alleging that the
 bills violate Proposition 22.

         Staff continues to track each bill with a potential impact to OMWD throughout the
 2011-2012 legislative session. “Support” or “oppose” recommendations based on OMWD’s
 2011 Legislative Guidelines are found below. Of special note is the governor’s recent veto of SB
 759, which would have prevented homeowners associations from prohibiting artificial turf. The
 legislature’s summer recess began on July 15, and it will reconvene on August 15.
       Chaptered Bills

        SB 288 (Negrete McLeod)—Would authorize the governing board of an independent
special district to provide by resolution for the establishment of a revolving fund in an amount
not to exceed 110% of 1/12 of the independent special district's adopted budget for that fiscal
year, and would require the resolution establishing the fund to make specified designations
relating to the purposes for which the fund may be expended, the district officer with authority
and responsibility over the fund, the necessity for the fund, and the maximum amount of the
fund.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Sponsor
        Status: Chaptered on July 8

       Bills Now Inactive

       AB 484 (Alejo)—Would authorize funds set aside for the long-term management of any
lands or easements conveyed to a nonprofit organization to also be conveyed to the nonprofit
organization. The bill would also require the nonprofit organization to hold, manage, invest,
and disburse the funds in furtherance of managing and stewarding the land or easement for
which the funds were set aside.
       Position: Support per Legislative Guideline IX.1; allows greater flexibility in the
management of environmental mitigation parcels
       Outside Positions: CSDA, Watch
       Status: Did not pass out of policy committee before deadline

        AB 527 (Hernández, Roger)—Existing law prohibits state and local government officers
or employees from being financially interested in any contract made by them in their official
capacity, or by any body or board of which they are members. Existing law defines a remote
interest in a contract that does not present a prohibited conflict of interest under these
provisions. Existing law authorizes a body or board to make a contract that involves a remote
interest of a member of the body if, among other things, the remote interest is disclosed to the
body or board and noted in its official records, and thereafter the body or board authorizes,
approves, or ratifies the contract in good faith by a vote of its membership sufficient for the
purpose without counting the vote or votes of the officer or member with the remote interest.
Violation of these provisions is a crime. This bill would require that the remote interest be
disclosed at a public meeting of that body or board and would require a statutory basis for
classifying the interest as a remote interest to be identified.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Oppose; CSDA, Oppose
        Status: Passage failed in Senate Committee on Governmental Organization
        SB 186 (Kehoe)—Existing law provides that if county, city, or district reports are not
made in a specified manner, or there is reason to believe that the report is false, the Controller
is required to appoint a qualified accountant to make an investigation and to obtain the
information required for the annual report of financial transactions. Existing law provides that
if a similar investigation is made of any county, city, or district for 2 successive years, then a
copy of the results of those investigations shall be transmitted to the grand jury of the county
investigated or in which the local agency investigated is situated. This bill would expand the
above provisions to also include a special district, joint powers authority, or redevelopment
agency. This bill would also, until January 1, 2017, authorize the Controller to exercise
discretionary authority to perform an audit or investigation of any county, city, special district,
joint powers authority, or redevelopment agency, if the Controller has reason to believe,
supported by documentation, that the local agency is not complying with the financial
requirements in state law, grant agreements, local charters, or local ordinances.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: CSDA, Watch
        Status: Did not pass out of policy committee by deadline

      SB 449 (Pavley)—Would authorize the controller to conduct a preliminary review to
determine the existence of a local agency financial problem, and perform an audit upon
completion of that review.
      Position: Watch
      Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
      Status: Did not pass out of policy committee by deadline

        SB 475 (Wright)—Would authorize a local governmental agency to enter into an
agreement with a private entity for financing for specified types of revenue-generating
infrastructure projects. The bill would require an agreement entered into under these
provisions to include adequate financial resources to perform the agreement, and would
permit the agreements to lease or license to, or provide other permitted uses by, the private
entity for a term of up to 50 years. This bill would also require an unspecified entity to advise
and educate local agencies and other interested stakeholders about the role that public-private
partnerships can undertake in planning, studying, designing, financing, constructing, operating,
maintaining, or managing local infrastructure projects.
        Position: Support per Legislative Guideline XV.2
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Support
        Status: Did not pass out of policy committee by deadline

        SB 900 (Wolk)—Would provide that a person would not be disqualified from being a
member of a Regional Water Quality Control Board because that person receives, or has
received during the previous two years, a significant portion of his or her income directly or
indirectly from a person subject to waste discharge requirements, or an applicant for waste
discharge requirements, that govern discharges not within the jurisdiction of that regional
board.
        Position: Support per Legislative Guideline XI.2; letter sent
      Outside Positions: ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Watch
      Status: Ordered to inactive file on request of Assemblyman Calderon (will become a
two-year bill)

       Active Bills Being Monitored by Staff

        AB 54 (Solorio)—Would allow local agencies with their own resources to get started on
resolving water quality problems before the state finalizes a loan or grant from the Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. It would also allow local agency formation commissions
to consider Safe Drinking Water Act compliance and the incorporation of mutual water
companies into other public agencies.
        Position: Support per Legislative Guideline IX.1
        Outside Positions: SDCWA, Watch; ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Support
        Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

       AB 71 (Huber)—Would require that the online lobbyist directory maintained by the
Secretary of State also contain information regarding lobbying interests. The bill would require
that the periodic reports filed by lobbyist employers and other persons contain the bill
numbers of any legislation lobbied during the reporting period. The bill would also require the
Secretary of State to display on his or her website, within 90 days of the end of each calendar
quarter, a list of the lobbying interests containing a specific reference to a bill number,
accompanied by a list of all lobbyist employers who reported each of those lobbying interests,
reported for the prior calendar quarter.
       Position: Support per Legislative Guideline XXXI.1
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch
       Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

        AB 89 (Hill)—Would specify that, for the purposes of determining a retirement benefit
paid to a person who first becomes a member of a public retirement system on or after
January 1, 2012, to the extent that the benefits payable under the system are subject to the
compensation limits prescribed by Internal Revenue Code Section 401(a)(17) of Title 26 of the
United States Code [currently $200,000], the maximum salary, compensation, or pay rate taken
into account under the plan for any year shall not exceed the amount permitted to be taken
into account under that provision of federal law.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
        Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

        AB 134 (Dickinson)—Would authorize the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation
District to file an application for a permit to appropriate a specified amount of water that is
based on the volume of treated wastewater that the district discharges into the Sacramento
River, as specified. The bill would authorize the state board to grant a permit to appropriate
that treated wastewater upon terms and conditions determined by the state board. The bill
has been amended to require the board, prior to granting a permit pursuant to these
provisions, to comply with permit, approval, and review requirements and other laws
applicable to the appropriation of water.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: SDCWA, Neutral; ACWA, Watch
        Status: To third reading in Senate

        AB 195 (Hernández, Roger)—The Meyers-Milias-Brown Act provides for the
representation of local public employees by employee organizations and for the execution of
memoranda of understanding between those organizations and local public agencies. The act
prohibits a public agency or an employee organization from intimidating, coercing, or
discriminating against employees because they have chosen to join, or not join, an employee
organization. This bill would specify that a public agency is prohibited from imposing reprisals
on or discriminating against employees because of their exercise of rights guaranteed by the
act, and would specify that knowingly providing a recognized employee organization with
inaccurate information regarding the financial resources of the public employer constitutes a
refusal or failure to meet and negotiate in good faith.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Neutral
        Status: To third reading in Senate

       AB 246 (Wieckowski)—Would allow city attorneys and district attorneys for an urban
area with a population of over 750,000 to bring actions for enforcement of water quality
standards. Currently, only the state Attorney General may bring these actions.
       Position: Watch
       Outside Positions: SDCWA, Watch; ACWA, Not Favor; CSDA, Watch
       Status: To third reading in Senate

        AB 275 (Solorio)—Would authorize landowners to install, maintain, and operate rain
barrel systems and rainwater capture systems, subject to certain requirements.
        Position: Support per Legislative Guideline III.17
        Outside Positions: SDCWA, Support; ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Support
        Status: To third reading in Senate

         AB 344 (Furutani)—The Public Employees' Retirement Law establishes the
circumstances in which a retired person may serve without reinstatement from retirement or
loss or interruption of benefits, including an appointment of limited duration that does not
exceed 960 hours in any fiscal year. Existing law further provides that a person may serve
without reinstatement under an appointment that exceeds 960 hours in any fiscal year, if the
governing body of the contracting agency requests approval from the Public Employees'
Retirement Board. This bill would delete that option for a person to serve without
reinstatement under an appointment that exceeds 960 hours in any fiscal year.
         Position: Oppose per Legislative Guidelines XXI.2 and XXX.2; the bill removes
staffing/budget alternatives which some local governments have been using to save money
during challenging economic conditions
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Oppose Unless Amended
       Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

        AB 403 (Campos)—Would include the adoption of a primary drinking water standard for
hexavalent chromium among the proposed regulations relating to maximum contaminant
levels for primary or secondary water standards that are subject to a review by the Department
of Finance.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Position: ACWA, Neutral; CSDA, Watch
        Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

       AB 455 (Campos)—Would provide that when a local public agency has established a
personnel commission or merit commission to administer personnel rules or a merit system,
the public agency employer and the employee organization recognized as the exclusive or
majority bargaining agent would each be required to designate half of the members of the
commission. Whenever multiple bargaining units are represented by different exclusive or
majority bargaining agents, the employee organization representing the largest number of
employees would designate commission members pursuant to that provision.
       Position: Watch; OMWD HEART Committee currently affords employees representation
greater than provided for in the bill
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
       Status: To governor on July 11

         AB 512 (Gordon)—Would expand the definition of an eligible renewable generating
facility for the purposes of the Local Government Renewable Energy Self-Generation Program
to include a facility that has a generating capacity of no more than five megawatts (previously
one megawatt).
         Position: Support per Legislative Guideline XIX.2
         Outside Positions: ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Watch
         Status: To third reading in Senate

        AB 646 (Atkins)—The Meyers-Milias-Brown Act contains various provisions that govern
collective bargaining of local represented employees, and delegates jurisdiction to the Public
Employment Relations Board to resolve disputes and enforce the statutory duties and rights of
local public agency employers and employees. The act requires the governing body of a public
agency to meet and confer in good faith regarding wages, hours, and other terms and
conditions of employment with representatives of recognized employee organizations. Under
the act, if the representatives of the public agency and the employee organization fail to reach
an agreement, they may mutually agree on the appointment of a mediator and equally share
the cost. If the parties reach an impasse, the act provides that a public agency may unilaterally
implement its last, best, and final offer. This bill would authorize the employee organization, if
the mediator is unable to effect settlement of the controversy within 30 days of his or her
appointment, to request that the matter be submitted to a fact-finding panel.
        Position: Oppose per Legislative Guideline XXI.2
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Oppose; CSDA, Oppose
       Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

       AB 685 (Eng)—Would declare that it is the established policy of the state that every
human being has the right to clean, affordable, and accessible water for human consumption,
cooking, and sanitary purposes, that is adequate for the health and well-being of the individual
and family. The bill would require all relevant state agencies, including the Department of
Water Resources, State Water Resources Control Board, and State Department of Public
Health, to consider this state policy when revising, adopting, or establishing policies,
regulations, or grant criteria.
       Position: Oppose per Legislative Guideline XVI.4; the scope of this bill is excessively
broad and could conceivably entail monumental costs to OMWD
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Oppose Unless Amended; CSDA, Watch
       Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

         AB 849 (Gatto)—Would repeal the authority of a city, county, or other local agency to
adopt building standards that prohibit entirely the use of graywater and instead authorize
adoption of standards that are more restrictive than that adopted pursuant to state
requirements. Would require that an ordinance enacted pursuant to this authority include the
local climatic, geological, topographical, or public health conditions requiring different building
standards.
         Position: Support per Legislative Guideline III.5
         Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
         Status: To third reading in Senate

        AB 938 (Pérez)—Would include environmental documentation under the $500,000 limit
for Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund planning grants. This bill would also require,
commencing July 1, 2012, that written public notice given by a public water system regarding
compliance with safe drinking water requirements be in English, Spanish, and in the language
spoken by prescribed numbers of residents of the community served, and that the notice
contain prescribed public water system contact information. The bill would also authorize and
encourage non-written notice to be provided through foreign language media outlets.
        Position: Oppose per Legislative Guidelines X.1 and XVI.1
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Oppose Unless Amended; CSDA, Watch
        Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

       AB 1184 (Gatto)—Would declare the legislature’s intent that a CalPERS contracting
agency not experience a significant increase in actuarial liability due to increased compensation
paid by another contracting agency to a non-represented employee. The bill would require the
Board of Administration of CalPERS to develop guidelines in this regard and to implement
program changes to ensure that a contracting agency that creates a significant increase in
actuarial liability due to increased compensation bears the associated liability. The bill would
require the system actuary to assess an increase in liability in this regard to the employer that
created it at the time the increase is determined and to make adjustments to that employer's
rates as needed. The bill would apply these requirements to any significant increase in actuarial
liability due to increased compensation paid to a non-represented employee regardless of
when the increase in compensation occurred.
         Position: Watch
         Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Neutral
         Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

         AB 1241 (Norby)—The Political Reform Act of 1974 regulates contributions to public
officials and also regulates conflicts of interests on the part of public officials while carrying out
their respective duties. Among its provisions, the act prohibits an officer of an agency from
accepting, soliciting, or directing a contribution of more than $250 from a party or participant
in a proceeding involving a license, permit, or other entitlement for use while that proceeding
is pending before the agency and for 3 months following the final decision in the proceeding.
For these purposes, "officer" is defined to include any elected or appointed officer of the
agency. This bill would change the definition of "officer" for these purposes to exclude an
elected officer of the agency.
         Position: Watch
         Outside Positions: ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Support
         Status: To third reading in Senate

       AB 1292 (Hernández, Roger)—Would authorize the California Infrastructure and
Economic Development Bank to issue bonds for deposit into the Safe Drinking Water State
Revolving Fund.
       Position: Support per Legislative Guidelines IX.2 and IX.3
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Watch
       Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

        AB 1320 (Allen)—Would establish in the retirement fund for each employer a Taxpayer
Adverse Risk Prevention Account. The account would be an employer asset, but would not be
counted as an asset for the purpose of determining the employer's contribution rate. Deposits
into the account would be made when the actuarial value of assets exceeds accrued liability.
The bill would provide that the assets of the account would be drawn upon to pay a portion of
the employer contribution when the employer contribution rate is greater than the employer
normal cost of benefits. The bill would provide that the employer would not be required to
make that additional contribution when the employer's Taxpayer Adverse Risk Prevention
Account exceeds an amount equal to 50% of the employer's assets, exclusive of the assets in
the Taxpayer Adverse Risk Prevention Account. The bill would permit assets in an account to be
used for specified transfers and contributions authorized under existing law. The bill would
provide that assets in an account would be invested according to investment strategies
established by the Board of Administration of PERS.
        Position: Watch
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
        Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations
       AB 1344 (Feuer/Alejo)—Among other provisions, would prohibit automatic renewal of
contracts executed with at-will employees as well as automatic increases in compensation
exceeding cost-of-living adjustments. Would also require board meeting agendas and special
meeting notices to be posted to agency websites when made available to the public.
       Position: Watch
       Outside Positions: ACWA, Not Favor Unless Amended; CSDA, Watch
       Status: In Senate Committee on Appropriations

        SB 27 (Simitian)—Would provide that any change in salary, compensation, or
remuneration principally for the purpose of enhancing a member's benefits would not be
included in the calculation of a member's final compensation for purposes of determining that
member's defined benefit. The bill would generally require the board of each state and local
public retirement system to establish, by regulation, accountability provisions that would
include an ongoing audit process to ensure that a change in a member's salary, compensation,
or remuneration is not made principally for the purpose of enhancing a member's retirement
benefits. This bill would revise the definition of "creditable compensation" and would limit the
calculation of a member's final compensation to an amount not to exceed the average increase
in compensation received within the final compensation period and the two preceding years by
employees in the same or a related group as that member. This bill would also provide that a
person who retires on or after January 1, 2013, may not perform services for any employer
covered by a state or local retirement system until that person has been separated from
service for a period of at least 180 days.
        Position: Oppose unless amended per Legislative Guidelines XXI.2 and XXX.2; the bill
removes staffing/budget alternatives which some local governments have been using to save
money during challenging economic conditions. If 180-day restriction on recent retirees is
removed, OMWD may support per Legislative Guideline XXXI.1.
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
        Status: In Assembly Committee on Appropriations

        SB 194 (Committee on Governance and Finance)—This omnibus bill contains several
provisions. Applicable to OMWD: Existing law authorizes the legislative body of a local agency
that has money in its treasury that is not required for immediate needs to invest in specified
investments, including negotiable certificates of deposit issued by a state-licensed branch of a
foreign bank. This bill would authorize these specified legislative bodies of a local agency to
invest in negotiable certificates of deposit issued by a federally licensed branch of a foreign
bank.
        Position: Support; this bill authorizes additional investment opportunities
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Favor; CSDA, Support
        Status: In Assembly Committee on Appropriations

        SB 215 (Huff)— Existing law generally prohibits activities that cause or facilitate the
establishment or propagation of dreissenid mussels in California waterways, and also contains
provisions by which to enforce these prohibitions. These provisions are repealed on January 1,
2012. This bill would extend the repeal provision to January 1, 2017.
       Position: Support per Legislative Guideline IX.8; letter sent
       Outside Positions: SDCWA, Support; ACWA, Sponsor; CSDA, Support
       Status: In Assembly Committee on Appropriations

        SB 474 (Evans)—Would provide for non-residential construction contracts that insure or
indemnify a general contractor, construction manager, or other subcontractor, by a
subcontractor against actual or claimed liability for claims of loss, damage, or expense are
unenforceable to the extent that claims relate to the negligence or misconduct of that general
contractor, construction manager, or other subcontractor, or their other agents or for defects
in design furnished by those persons, or to the extent the claims do not arise out of the scope
of work of the subcontractor in the written agreement between the parties. The bill would
require that California law be applied to these contracts regardless of any choice-of-law rules
that might otherwise apply.
        Position: Oppose per Legislative Guideline X.3
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Oppose; CSDA, Neutral
        Status: To third reading in Assembly

        SB 607 (Walters)—Would require the state board, on or before January 1, 2013, to
either amend the California Ocean Plan, or adopt separate standards, to address water quality
objectives and effluent limitations that are specifically appropriate for brackish groundwater
treatment system facilities that produce municipal water supplies for local use.
        Position: Support per Legislative Guideline III.5
        Outside Positions: SDCWA, Support and Seek Amendments; ACWA, Watch; CSDA,
Watch
        Status: In Assembly Committee on Appropriations

         SB 759 (Lieu)—Would provide that a provision of any of the governing documents of a
common interest development shall be void and unenforceable if it prohibits the use of
artificial turf or any other synthetic surface that resembles grass.
         Position: Support per Legislative Guideline XI.18
         Outside Positions: ACWA, Favor
         Status: In Senate; considering of governor’s veto pending

        SB 834 (Wolk)—Would require an integrated regional water management plan to
describe the manner in which the plan complies with state policy concerning reducing reliance
on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta for water supply and improving regional self-reliance for
water, if the region depends on water from the Delta watershed.
        Position: Oppose per Legislative Guideline XVI.18
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Neutral; CSDA, Watch
        Status: To third reading in Assembly

       SCA 7 (Yee)—Would require that certain public meetings provisions that are currently
funded by mandate programs would carry on even if the mandate itself is suspended or
repealed. The governor’s budget proposal calls for suspending most mandates not related to
public safety or property taxes for at least one year, and calls for a sweeping review of existing
mandates by the legislature in preparation for next year's budget. The author has argued that
open meeting laws are too important to be made optional each time the state runs short of
money.
        Position: Oppose per Legislative Guideline XVI.1; OMWD supports the promotion of
transparent government processes per Legislative Guideline XXXI.1 but not at additional cost to
OMWD and its ratepayers
        Outside Positions: ACWA, Watch; CSDA, Watch
        Status: In Assembly Committee on Appropriations
Memo                                                                       H


To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           LAFCO ADVISORY COMMITTEE




           Any report will be provided at the time of the Board meeting.
Memo                                                                          I


To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR/OTHER MEETINGS / REPORTS




           Any report will be oral at the time of the Board meeting. Please
           refer to the TWELVE MONTH Calendar (attached) for meetings
           attended.
                                 TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS (AS OF 7/21/2011)


   Date(s)    Event                                                  Time                          Location                              Attending Board  Additional 
                                                                                                                                         Member(s)        Information 
                                                                                                                                                          (Speakers' Topic, 
                                                                                                                                                          Cohosts, etc.)
 JUNE 2011
  28‐29 Jun   Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA)                                   1112 I Street, Suite 300, Sacramento,  E Sprague
              Board Meeting                                                                        CA 95814

   30‐Jun     Bi‐Monthly OMWD Safety Committee Meeting               8:00 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.         OMWD Boardroom                        E Sprague
 JULY 2011
    4‐Jul     Independence Day (District Observed Holiday)

    14‐Jul    San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.         Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad    M Muir
              Board Meeting

    19‐Jul    Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.                     StoneRidge Country Club               J Varty

    27‐Jul    OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.                     OMWD Boardroom                        All
              * July Recess; one Board Meeting this month

AUGUST 2011
   2‐3 Aug    Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA)                                   1112 I Street, Suite 300, Sacramento,  E Sprague
              Board Meeting                                                                        CA 95814

   10‐Aug     OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.                     OMWD Boardroom                        All

   11‐Aug     San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.         Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad    M Muir
              Board Meeting

   16‐Aug     Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.                     StoneRidge Country Club               J Varty

   18‐Aug     California Special Districts Association (CSDA) San    5:30 P.M. Reception           Tom Ham's Lighthouse, 2150 Harbor  R Topolovac, J Varty,  Speaker: Gordon 
              Diego Chapter Quarterly Dinner Meeting                 6:15 P.M. Dinner              Island Dr., SD 92101               M Muir                 Graham; Venue change 
                                                                     7:00‐9:00 P.M. Program                                                                  on this date only


   24‐Aug     OMWD Board Meeting                                     8:00 A.M.                     OMWD Boardroom                        All

   25‐Aug     Bi‐Monthly OMWD Safety Committee Meeting               8:00 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.         OMWD Boardroom                        C Guerin, R 
                                                                                                                                         Topolovac

   26‐Aug     Carlsbad State of the City Luncheon                    11:00 A.M. ‐ 1:30 P.M.        Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa, 5480  M Muir            K Thorner
                                                                                                   Grand Pacific Dr., Carlsbad, CA 92008
                                   TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS (AS OF 7/21/2011)


    Date(s)      Event                                                 Time                    Location                             Attending Board  Additional 
                                                                                                                                    Member(s)        Information 
                                                                                                                                                     (Speakers' Topic, 
                                                                                                                                                     Cohosts, etc.)
SEPTEMBER 2011
      5‐Sep      Labor Day (District Observed Holiday)

      8‐Sep      San Diego North Economic Development Council          7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   TBD                                  M Muir
                 Board Meeting

      8‐Sep      OMWD VIP Tour                                         8:30 A.M. ‐ 2:30 P.M.   OMWD Boardroom

    11‐14 Sep    WateReuse Annual Symposium                                                    Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort, 
                                                                                               Phoenix, AZ

     14‐Sep      OMWD Conservation Committee                           2:30 P.M. ‐ 3:30 P.M.   OMWD Pacific Conference Room         M Muir, R 
                                                                                                                                    Topolovac

     14‐Sep      OMWD Board Meeting                                    4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom                       All

     20‐Sep      Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast           7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club              J Varty


     22‐Sep      RT Ethics Training Due Date                                                                                        R Topolovac          L Naritelli will provide 
                                                                                                                                                         reminder in advance

    22‐23 Sept   ACWA's Continuing Legal Education for Water                                   Hotel Solamar, San Diego
                 Professionals


 OCTOBER 2011
      5‐Oct      OMWD Board Meeting                                    4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom

    10‐13 Oct    CSDA 2011 Annual Conference                                                   Monterey, CA                         C Guerin, E Sprague,  G Briest, R Selamat
                                                                                                                                    J Varty

     12‐Oct      Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA)                            Monterey, CA                         E Sprague
                 Safety/Claims Education Day

    12‐14 Oct    Water Education Foundation Northern California                                Begins and ends at Sacramento 
                 Tour                                                                          International Airport

     13‐Oct      San Diego North Economic Development Council          7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad   M Muir
                 Board Meeting

     18‐Oct      Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast           7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club              J Varty

     20‐Oct      Water Agencies Association of San Diego County        6:00 P.M.               Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 8651 
                 Semiannual Dinner Meeting                                                     Spectrum Center Blvd, SD
                                     TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS (AS OF 7/21/2011)


    Date(s)       Event                                                  Time                    Location                              Attending Board  Additional 
                                                                                                                                       Member(s)        Information 
                                                                                                                                                        (Speakers' Topic, 
                                                                                                                                                        Cohosts, etc.)
OCTOBER 2011
 (continued)
     26‐Oct       OMWD Board Meeting                                     8:00 A.M.               OMWD Boardroom

     27‐Oct       Bi‐Monthly OMWD Safety Committee Meeting               8:00 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   OMWD Boardroom                        C Guerin, R 
                                                                                                                                       Topolovac

NOVEMBER 2011
     1‐Nov        OMWD Conservation Committee                            2:00 P.M.               OMWD Pacific Conference Room          M Muir, R 
                                                                                                                                       Topolovac

     1‐2 Nov      Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA)                             1112 I Street, Suite 300, Sacramento,  E Sprague
                  Board Meeting                                                                  CA 95814

     2‐3 Nov      Water Education Foundation San Joaquin River                                   Begins and ends in Fresno
                  Restoration Tour

     4‐Nov        Leucadia Waste Water District Open House               3:00 P.M. ‐ 5:00 P.M.   LWWD Offices, 1960 La Costa Ave, 
                                                                                                 Carlsbad

     9‐Nov        OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom

     10‐Nov       San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad    M Muir
                  Board Meeting

     15‐Nov       Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club               J Varty

     17‐Nov       California Special Districts Association (CSDA) San    6:00 P.M.               Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 8651 
                  Diego Chapter Quarterly Dinner Meeting                                         Spectrum Center Blvd., SD

   24‐25 Nov      Thanksgiving (District Observed Holiday)

    29‐30 Nov     ACWA Fall Conference                                   All Day                 Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, CA
   (thru Dec 2)
                                     TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS (AS OF 7/21/2011)


    Date(s)        Event                                                Time                    Location                             Attending Board  Additional 
                                                                                                                                     Member(s)        Information 
                                                                                                                                                      (Speakers' Topic, 
                                                                                                                                                      Cohosts, etc.)
DECEMBER 2011
     1‐2 Dec       ACWA Fall Conference                                 All Day                 Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, CA
  (starts 11/29)

     3‐Dec         OMWD's ERC Board & Employee Annual Dinner            6:30 ‐ 9:30 P.M.        The Brigantine


     14‐Dec        OMWD Board Meeting                                   4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom

     20‐Dec        Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast          7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club              J Varty

     26‐Dec        Christmas (District Observed Holiday)

JANUARY 2012
      2‐Jan        New Year's Day (District Observed Holiday)

     11‐Jan        OMWD Board Meeting                                   8:00 A.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

     12‐Jan        San Diego North Economic Development Council         7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad   M Muir
                   Board Meeting

     16‐Jan        Martin Luther King Day (District Observed Holiday)


     17‐Jan        Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast          7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club

     25‐Jan        OMWD Board Meeting                                   4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

     16‐Jan        Bi‐Monthly OMWD Safety Committee Meeting             8:00 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative


     26‐Jan        CG Ethics Training Due Date                                                                                       C Guerin         L Naritelli will provide 
                                                                                                                                                      reminder in advance
                                   TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS (AS OF 7/21/2011)


    Date(s)     Event                                                  Time                    Location                             Attending Board  Additional 
                                                                                                                                    Member(s)        Information 
                                                                                                                                                     (Speakers' Topic, 
                                                                                                                                                     Cohosts, etc.)
FEBRUARY 2012
     8‐Feb      OMWD Board Meeting                                     8:00 A.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

     9‐Feb      San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad   M Muir
                Board Meeting

    20‐Feb      President's Day (District Observed Holiday)

    21‐Feb      Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club

    22‐Feb      OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

    23‐Feb      California Special Districts Association (CSDA) San    6:00 P.M.
                Diego Chapter Quarterly Dinner Meeting



 MARCH 2012
     8‐Mar      San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad   M Muir
                Board Meeting

    14‐Mar      OMWD Board Meeting                                     8:00 A.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

    20‐Mar      Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club

    28‐Mar      OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

    29‐Mar      Bi‐Monthly OMWD Safety Committee Meeting               8:00 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative



  APRIL 2012
    11‐Apr      OMWD Board Meeting                                     8:00 A.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative

    12‐Apr      San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad   M Muir
                Board Meeting

    17‐Apr      Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club

    19‐Apr      Water Agencies Association of San Diego County         6:00 P.M.               Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 8651 
                Semiannual Dinner Meeting                                                      Spectrum Center Blvd, SD

    25‐Apr      OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                        Tentative
                               TWELVE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS (AS OF 7/21/2011)


 Date(s)    Event                                                  Time                    Location                                Attending Board  Additional 
                                                                                                                                   Member(s)        Information 
                                                                                                                                                    (Speakers' Topic, 
                                                                                                                                                    Cohosts, etc.)
MAY 2012
  2‐May     OMWD Board Meeting                                     8:00 A.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                           Tentative

 8‐11 May   ACWA 2012 Spring Conference                                                    Portola & Marriott Hotels, Monterey, 
                                                                                           CA

 10‐May     San Diego North Economic Development Council           7:30 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   Tri‐City Wellness Center, Carlsbad      M Muir
            Board Meeting

 15‐May     Council of Water Utilities (COWU) Breakfast            7:15 A.M.               StoneRidge Country Club

 17‐May     California Special Districts Association (CSDA) San    6:00 P.M.
            Diego Chapter Quarterly Dinner Meeting

 23‐May     OMWD Board Meeting                                     4:00 P.M.               OMWD Boardroom                                           Tentative

 24‐May     Bi‐Monthly OMWD Safety Committee Meeting               8:00 A.M. ‐ 9:00 A.M.   OMWD Boardroom                                           Tentative


 28‐May     Memorial Day (District Observed Holiday)
Memo
To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

           CORRESPONDENCE




           Any correspondence is attached.
-----Original Message-----
From: WaterSaver
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 8:39 AM
To: 'reparkinson7728@hotmail.com'
Subject: FW: failure notice

Ms. Parkinson,

Thank you for contacting Olivenhain Municipal Water District with your comments
regarding fluoride.

California state law--Health & Safety Code §§116409-116415--requires all public
water systems to fluoridate their water once funds to do so become available. In
order to comply with this law, and to provide consistency in OMWD’s system to
match Metropolitan Water District fluoridation levels, OMWD may begin
fluoridating its water once funds to do so are available. OMWD is not afforded
the right to reject fluoridation should sufficient funds to do so be made
available. However, as you note, no funding sources have been identified as
sufficient to construct fluoride facilities at this time.

If you have any additional questions about fluoridation at OMWD, please feel free
to respond to this message.

Sincerely,
OMWD

--- Below this line is a copy of the message.

Return-Path: <tchase@olivenhain.com>
Copy of:
This is an enquiry e-mail via http://www.olivenhain.com/ from:
Rosalie Parkinson <reparkinson7728@hotmail.com>

Hopefully, you won't find the funds to add fluoride to our water. I've seen the
mottled brown teeth of a teenager who came from the part of Texas, such as Dead
Smith County, where the water is naturally fluoridated. It's disfiguring. Nobody
knows the effect fluoridation can have on our bones. My late father-in-law, a
dentist in Monrovia, considered fluorides poisonous. Those who want to treat
their teeth with fluorides have the option of using fluoridated tooth paste.
Please don't degrade our water supply with this contaminant.
Memo
To:          Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:     AUTHORIZATION TO ATTEND UPCOMING MEETINGS /
             CONFERENCES / SEMINARS




           The Board may desire to attend a meeting that requires Board approval.
Memo
To:           Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:      FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS




           The Board may have items to be considered at a Future Board meeting.
Memo
To:           Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:      CONSIDER PUBLIC COMMENTS




           There may be public comments before the Board meeting is adjourned.
Memo
To:          Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:     CLOSED SESSION




       It may be necessary to go into Closed Session.
Memo
To:        Olivenhain Municipal Water District Board of Directors


Subject:   ADJOURNMENT




           We are adjourned.
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         Fe        hooked higher
    Santa Irrigation    on     spending
      As we've all seen, our country and much of the world is                  4) Our reservoir has been neglected.             Besides our Badger
addicted to spending more than they can afford. Our very                      Filtration Plant, the San Dieguito Reservoir is our main
own Santa Fe Irrigation District (SFID) seems stuck in the              asset, and no funds have been allocated to fix visible problems.
same spending mentality.                                                          Just drive by and see for yourself why neighbors who
      Many of us have pleaded with the SFID Board of Directors live near the reservoir have been complaining.                       Smelly mud
      to rein in costs; but our voices mostly fall on deaf ears.        flats, overgrown reeds, and untreated            storm drain run-off is
As a result, the recently approved annual budget doesn't appear allowed directly into our reservoir. This has been allowed to
       to go far enough to control short term costs and contains happen for years. In the June Board meeting, $60,000 was
        no structural changes to bring our long term liabilities        allocated to have a consultant           evaluate what needs to be
in line with our revenues.                                              done; restoration         of the reservoir will be a significant unbudgeted
      Here are some sample points to consider:                                         cost.
       I) Yet another    rate increase at SFID. In a recent Board              5) Adequate        financial   reserves?   From past Board discussions,
meeting, it was acknowledged         that only a 3% rate increase                     we've heard that reserves have been used to fund
will cover the increased cost of imported water, and the                general operating expenses and/or pension related costs.
Board has chosen a 6% rate increase for budgeting purposes.             Additionally,        several Board members have acknowledged
By comparison,       on June 24, the Union Tribune reported that        that SFID's reserves should be greater and that depreciation
the San Diego Water District will absorb next year's increase           does not cover the replacement             costs of our assets (like pipes
in the cost of imported water. At SFID, the new rate increase           and valves in the ground, etc). How will SFID increase the
of 6% equals 200% of the cost increase in water. And just               amount of reserves?
like San Diego, we have the same full reservoirs that are                      If the current Board and General Manager don't aggressively
helping them absorb the cost increase. How much of the                            address these fiscal issues, we can all expect to continue
new 6% rate increase will support current headcount,          operating     getting rate increases many times the cost of imported
         expenses and pension costs rather than adding to reserves?     water for years to come.
                                                                                And regarding the recently approved annual budget, it
      2) No consolidation       activity.     We've been told that regional our opinion that many of the assumptions
                                                                          is                                               behind this
         consolidation    can't be done. Yet four other districts         budget are flawed. Not only are the above capital needs not
in San Diego have recently taken steps to consolidate           some      fully addressed, the current high level of expenses is "balanced"
of their costs. This is at least a step in the right direction,                     only because of a hopeful assumption    that water usage
but would have more fiscal impact if the districts were                        will increase 8% over the next twelve months in spite of
merged into one. At SFID, there is currently no plan in                   a multi-year declining trend in usage.
place, although the Board acknowledged             in the June Board            If revenues do not increase at the 8% usage rate, be
meeting that this should be looked into later this year.                  ready for the SFID to raise your rates another full 12% (not
      3) No meaningful       pension      reform.   On June 5, the        their budgeted 6%) next January; a rate that is 4 times the
Union Tribune reported that out of about 40 San Diego                     cost increase of imported water.
agencies, SFID ranked at the very bottom in pension reform.                                                                    Brad Burnett
In fact, just recently our current Board (less our new Director                                                           Otto Dieffenbach
Mensheck) signed a two-year agreement with the district's                                                                 Greg Gruzdowich
employees locking in their current pension plans and premium                                                                     Sam Ursini
     healthcare benefits.      SFID employees contribute      very little                                                Rankine Van Anda
    to their retirement    and nothing to their healthcare.        Although
          the Board is beginning       to voice their concern in this
area, SFID does not currently have a second tier of employees
     with reduced benefits like many other municipalities.
Where will the money come from to cover the multi-million
dollar unfunded      pension liabilities that have been allowed
to balloon without offsetting structural change?




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EXCLUSIVE: Projects at Lake Hodges delayed a year                               http://www.nctimes.com/business/article_7d8f40eb-cc10-5bd2-993b-c77...



         The North County Times - Californian




         By BRADLEY J. FIKES bfikes@nctimes.com | Posted: Sunday, July 3, 2011 7:00 am

         A broken turbine has delayed completion of three water-reliability projects connecting Lake Hodges and Olivenhain Reservoir until
         spring 2012, the San Diego County Water Authority said.

         The damage and other mishaps have put the projects four years behind schedule and $45 million over budget, according to the water
         authority. Before the accident, the projects were scheduled to go into operation this May.

         One of the projects' twin turbines failed during testing Feb. 15, said Frank Belock, a deputy general manager for the authority. The
         failure made it impossible to meet the projects' then-estimated completion date of May. The authority's board of directors was
         informed in closed session, but no public announcement was made, Belock said.

         Collectively called the Lake Hodges Projects, the three projects will add the lake to the water authority's local supply and generate
         low-cost electricity as needed. The projects were originally supposed to be completed in 2008 for a total of $153 million. Now the
         authority estimates the total cost to be $198 million.

         A "pump storage" system for the projects was originally budgeted for $54 million and is now estimated to cost $70 million, Belock
         said in a June interview. An inlet-outlet project connecting Lake Hodges was originally budgeted at $71 million and now expected to
         cost $100 million. A pipeline's cost of $28 million remains unchanged.

         The turbines are part of the pump storage system, which either pumps water from Lake Hodges into Olivenhain Reservoir or
         generates electricity by allowing water to flow in the opposite direction. The goal is to pump water to the reservoir during the night,
         when electricity rates are lower, then generate power during the day, saving money.

         The delay gives some breathing room to the Olivenhain Municipal Water District, owner of Olivenhain Reservoir. The district had
         sued the water authority in 2008 to stop the project, claiming Lake Hodges water would contaminate its reservoir.

         A settlement required the district to build an alternate reservoir pipeline, said Kimberly Thorner, the district's general manager. But
         the pipeline doesn't need to be in operation until the Lake Hodges Projects are completed.

         Thorner said she hadn't heard about the Lake Hodges Projects delay, because she had been busy getting the contract awarded for the
         alternate pipeline.

         "Our timing now matches their timing," Thorner said. "It's unfortunate they had that trouble, but things like that happen. They'll figure it
         out."

         One turbine undamaged

         A second turbine was undamaged, Belock said. It's expected to go into operation around October, providing up to 20 megawatts of
         hydroelectric power, half that of the complete project. That turbine was inspected and repaired to fix a design flaw found when the
         damaged turbine was inspected, he said.

         The flaw caused a piece of metal as big as a computer keyboard to come loose, slamming into other components, as the turbine spun
         at 800 revolutions per minute.

         "The piece was rattling around in there, so it damaged some of the components," Belock said.

         The supplier redesigned the turbine to fix the flaw.

         "We actually hired another firm from New Jersey, almost a forensic-type firm, to take a step back and look at everything," Belock
         said. "They agreed the new design will work. So we'll start putting Turbine No. 1 through the testing and commissioning this week."

         Turbine No. 2 will take more work, Belock said. It must be taken apart and the damaged pieces replaced.

         "We told the contractor, we don't want fixed pieces, we want new pieces," he said.

         Agency to file claim

         The water authority intends to file a damage claim against the designer, MWH Global Inc., once the project is finished, Belock said.



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EXCLUSIVE: Projects at Lake Hodges delayed a year                             http://www.nctimes.com/business/article_7d8f40eb-cc10-5bd2-993b-c77...


         "It will essentially allege that the water authority, because of design errors and omissions, has suffered delay damages and other
         damages," he said.

         "Pieces of equipment weren't fitting where they should fit," he said. "An analogy would be in your kitchen ---- if you have a space for
         your oven, and then you put your oven in there and it's 6 inches too wide. In order to make that oven fit, you have to move something
         else out of the way, and you have to find a location for that something else."

         MWH declined to comment on the water authority's statement that it planned to file a claim.

         "Since this issue is now a pending lawsuit, MWH cannot comment on the project details, other than to say MWH provided
         engineering and technical services for the Lake Hodges Pumped Storage station and we stand behind the quality of our work," Meg
         VanderLaan said in a Wednesday email to the North County Times.

         Problems in fitting equipment together probably delayed the project about a year, Belock said.

         "Once we got through that and were putting the turbines together, we noticed that there was rubbing going on where there shouldn't
         have been," he said. "We put chalk on the outside of the turbine. If there's anything rubbing, we can see the chalk marks."

         The rubbing problem took an additional five months to fix, Belock said.




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CORRECTION: Reservoir ownership incorrectly stated                             http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/corrections/article_06cd4902-63fa-...



         The North County Times - Californian




         By BRADLEY J. FIKES bfikes@nctimes.com | Posted: Tuesday, July 5, 2011 10:52 am

         Olivenhain Reservoir is owned by the San Diego County Water Authority, not Olivenhain Municipal Water District. A July 3 article
         on Page A1 about delays in water projects connecting Lake Hodges and Olivenhain Reservoir misstated ownership of the reservoir.

         The article also did not make clear that MWH Global Inc. is not the designer of the project's turbines. A lawsuit by the Water
         Authority against MWH concerns its design of the pump station and electricity-generating plant, not the turbines themselves.

         We apologize.




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CWA approves water rate hikes
     By JOE NAIMAN                increase for treated water,       (SAWR), which was $412 in       Water District's share of that
     Ramona Sentinel              a 10.1 percent increase for       2009, has steadily increased    is $435,706.
   The San Diego County Water untreated agricultural water,         each year and will be $560         The       Storage    Charge,
      Authority (CWA) board       a 13.3 percent hike to transport in 2012. The SAWR treated        which recovers costs related
has approved increased rates                                        water rate per acre-foot, has
                                        water, a 22.3 percent increase                              to emergency storage programs,
and charges for the upcoming               in the storage charge,   increased over $200 since                  was increased from
      year. CWA supplies water and a 13.7 percent rise in the       2009, when it was $580. It      $44.3 million to $54.2 million
    to the Ramona Municipal       customer service charge.          will be $794 for 2012.                 after previous increases
Water District.                      CWA's supply rates are            CWA's transportation rate,   to $34 million in 2010 and
   Mark Muir of the Olivenhain    based on a melded rate involving  described as a uniform rate     $23 million in 2009. Ramona
              Municipal    Water               delivery   of water  to recover capital, operating       will pay $754,288 of that
District was the only CWA         from the Metropolitan Water             and maintenance costs     total.
board       member      to  vote  District of Southern California of the CWA's aqueduct system, CWA's standby availability
against the rate increases on           (MWD) and water purchased          was $67 per acre-foot        charge of $10 per acre or
June 23. In addition to setting               from the Imperial     in 2010, and $75 per acrefoot $10 for a parcel less than one
       the various components     Irrigation District under the           in 2011. Retail agencies  acre remains unchanged.
of CWA rates, the board action Quantification           Settlement  will pay $85 per acre foot in
       approved each member       Agreement.                        2012.
agency's share of pro-rata           The rate for treated water,       The Infrastructure Access
assessments, including        the        which      was increased   Charge is used for CWA
Ramona water district.            from $168 per acre-foot in        fixed expenditures incurred
   The overall CWA increases 2009 to $215 per acre-foot             even when water use is reduced.
    are to member agencies,       in 2010 and 2011, was increased             The charge per meter
which can either absorb the                   to $234 per acrefoot. equivalent is $2.49 in 2011
rate hikes or pass them on to            An acre foot is 325,851    and will be $2.60, effective
retail customers. The Ramona gallons, or the amount of              Jan. 1.
                                  water that meets the annual
    district has not yet determined                                    CWA's Customer Service
          if there will be a rate needs of two typical California Charge, also intended to recover
increase as it is undergoing           families-                             costs that support the
a rate study and working on          CWA's M&l rate per acrefoot operations of the CWA, was
its fiscal year 2011-12 budget.                                     $16
                                         of untreated water increased million in 2009, $18
                                             from $597 to $638.     million in 2010, and $23.2
   The increases include a        The untreated water rate per      million in 2011. The 2012
6.9 percent hike for untreated acre-foot was $532 in 2010.          total to be divided among
     municipal and industrial        The      untreated     Special member agencies is $26.4
(M&l) water, an 8.4 percent       Agricultural        Water    Rate million.    Ramona Municipal




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                                 0MWD is
                                 giving free
                                 irrigation
                                 workshop
                                      COAST CITIES —
                                 Olivenhain          Municipal
                                 Water District welcomes
                                 area residents to attend a
                                 free landscape workshop
                                 from 4 to 6 p.m. July 21 at
                                 Miracosta College's main
                                 campus at I Barnard Drive
                                 in Oceanside. The workshop
                                 is hosted by the city of
                                 Oceanside's Water Utilities
                                 Department.
                                      Programming           and
                                 maintaining an irrigation
                                 system can be tricky, even
                                 for experienced landscape
                                 professionals. Dry summer
                                 weather makes it a great
                                 time for residents to learn
                                 about increasing the efficiency
                                           of their irrigation
                                 systems. Participants in this
                                 hands-on workshop will
                                 learn about irrigation system
                                      basics, adjusting irrigation
                                       systems, how to troubleshoot
                                             and perform simple
                                     repairs, irrigation scheduling,
                                          common sprinkler
                                 problems, and much more.
                                      The workshop is open
                                 to residents with advanced
                                 registration. Seating is limited
                                     and a special permit isturnto

                                                         on
                                                IRRIGATION A17




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                                 IRRIGATION
                                 CONTINUED FROM Al          I
                                 required to park on campus.
                                 For more information or to
                                 register for the workshop,
                                 call (760) 435-5828.
                                        Up to 80 percent           of
                                 urban water use in California
                                 is for outdoor        irrigation.
                                 Given that a large portion of
                                 California's 36 million residents
                                         are urban water users,
                                 landscape irrigation makes
                                 up a significant portion of the
                                 state's overall water use.
                                 California continues to face a
                                 water supply shortage, making
                                      water use efficiency more
                                 critical than ever.
                                        Olivenhain    Municipal
                                 Water District is a public
                                 agency      providing       water,
                                 wastewater services, recycled
                                 water, hydroelectricity        and
                                 operation of the Elfin Forest
                                 Recreational            Reserve.
                                 Organized in 1959, OMWD
                                 currently     serves     approximately
                                             68,000 customers
                                 more than 48 square miles in
                                 northern San Diego County.




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                     NORTH COUNTY                          SCHOOL              NOTES
                                          • Five schools in the Olivenhain
                                                 Municipal Water
                                       District have received a total
                                           of $3,330 in grant funding
                                            from California Special
                                       Districts Association's San
                                       Diego Chapter for school
                                       garden materials and books:
                                       El Camino Creek Elementary,
                                           Flora Vista Elementary,
                                       Monterey Ridge Elementary,
                                               Olivenhain Pioneer
                                       Elementary and Park Dale
                                       Lane Elementary.




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(Conference Brochure) 

								
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