alameda county water district memorandum

ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
43885 So. Grimmer Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94538
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AGENDA
April 8, 2014
6:00 P.M.
ACCESSIBLE PUBLIC MEETINGS: Upon request, ACWD will provide written agenda materials in appropriate
alternative formats, or disability-related modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, to
enable individuals with disabilities to participate in public meetings. Please send a written request at least 72 hours
before the meeting to the District Secretary, ACWD, 43885 S. Grimmer Blvd., Fremont, CA 94538, or to
gina.markou@acwd.com stating your name, mailing address, phone number, and brief description of the requested
materials and preferred alternative format or auxiliary aid or service.
1.
ROLL CALL
2.
SALUTE TO THE FLAG
3.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Members of the public may address the Board on any issues not listed on the agenda which are within the
purview of the Alameda County Water District. Members of the public who wish to address the Board on a
scheduled agenda item should approach the speaker’s podium at the time the item is introduced.
4.
5.
CONSENT CALENDAR
4.1
Approval of Minutes – Regular Meeting of March 13, 2014
4.2
Ratification of Payment of Audited Demands dated March 7, March 12, March
14, March 21, and March 28, 2014
ACTION CALENDAR
Items recommended for action on the Consent Calendar are noted with an asterisk *
5.1*
Resolution Honoring Patricia Keefer upon her Retirement from District Service
5.2*
Authorization to Increase the Purchase Order for Fuel
5.3*
Authorization of Purchase Order for Maintenance and Repair Services for District
Generators
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April 8, 2014
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6.
5.4*
Authorization of Change Order No. 3 and Resolution Accepting Completion of
the Sabercat Creek Erosion Repair Project
5.5*
Authorization of Third Amendment to Agreement for Engineering Services for
the Rubber Dam No. 3 Fishway Project
5.6*
Authorization of Agreement for Engineering Services for the Stevenson
Pond/Lago Los Osos Diversion Repair Project
5.7*
Authorization for a Contract Amendment for Deferred Compensation Consulting
Services
5.8*
Authorization for an Amendment to the InsightSoftware.com Budget Software
Contract for Additional User Licenses and Consulting Services
5.9*
Resolution Adopting the Bay Area Integrated Regional Water Management Plan
Update
5.10
Public Hearing and Resolutions on Replenishment Assessment for FY 2014/15
5.11
Authorization for the Purchase and Implementation of Cityworks Computerized
Maintenance Management System
5.12
Authorization to Enter into an Agreement with Watersmart Software for
Customized Home Water Use Reports
REPORTS
The reports provided to the Board under Section 6.1 will not be routinely reviewed at the Board meeting,
unless a request to do so is made by a member of the Board or a member of the public.
6.1
6.2
AGENDA
BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS
6.1.1
Operations & Water Quality Meeting of March 5, 2014
6.1.2
Administrative & Finance Meeting of March 18, 2014
6.1.3
Legal & Legislative Meeting of March 19, 2014
6.1.4
Engineering & Capital Projects Meeting of March 20, 2014
6.1.5
Water Resources Planning & Outreach Meeting of March 26, 2014
OPERATIONAL REPORTS
6.2.1
Rainfall Report
6.2.2
Quarterly Groundwater Recharge Report
6.2.3
Water Production Report
6.2.4
Quarterly Directors’ Expense Report
6.2.5
Investment Report
6.2.6
Distribution System Monthly Hardness Report
April 8, 2014
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6.3
STAFF REPORTS
6.4
7.
Water Supply Update
6.3.2
Planned Replacements of Water Meters
6.3.3
Bay Delta Conservation Plan Update
GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORTS
DIRECTOR’S COMMENTS AND/OR AGENDA ITEM REQUEST
7.1.
8.
6.3.1
Report from Director Weed on CA-NV Section AWWA Conference in Anaheim,
CA
CLOSED SESSION
8.1 Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation
Pursuant to California Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)
Significant Exposure to Litigation
One Case
8.2 Public Employee Performance Evaluation
Pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957
Title: General Manager
8.3 Pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957.6
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Conference with Labor Negotiators
Agency Designated Representatives:
Walt Wadlow, Bonnie Roland-Williams
Glenn Berkheimer
Operating Engineers Local 3
Employee Organization:
9.
ADJOURNMENT
THE FOLLOWING COMMITTEES WILL MEET PRIOR TO THE NEXT REGULAR BOARD MEETING
COMMITTEES
BOARD MEMBERS
TIME AND PLACE
Operations & Water Quality
Directors Gunther (Chair) and Huang
April 2, 4:15 P.M. – Water Treatment Plant No. 2
Administrative & Finance
Directors Sethy (Chair) and Weed
April 7, 3:00 P.M. – Administration Conference Room
Legal & Legislative
Directors Huang (Chair) and Koller
April 16, 3:00 P.M. – Administration Conference Room
Engineering & Capital Projects
Directors Koller (Chair) and Sethy
April 17, 4:15 P.M. – Administration Conference Room
Water Resources Planning & Outreach
Directors Weed (Chair) and Gunther
April 23, 4:15 P.M. – Administration Conference Room
Committee meetings are open to the public. No Board action will be taken.
AGENDA
April 8, 2014
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ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
MEMORANDUM
D ATE:
April 3, 2014
To :
Board of Directors
FROM:
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SUBJECT:
Consent Calendar Items for Board Meeting of April 8, 2014
Attached for your information are items that will appear under the Consent Calendar.
4.1
Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of March 13, 2014
4.2
Ratification of Payment of Audited Demands dated March 7, March 12, March
14, March 21, and March 28, 2014
It is also recommended that Action Calendar Items 5.1 through 5.9 be added to the Consent
Calendar.
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March 13, 2014
Fremont, California
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER
DISTRICT was held on March 13 , 2014, at the hour of 6:00P.M. in the Directors ' Room of the
District Office Building, 43885 South Grimmer Boulevard, Fremont, California.
Present: Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
Staff members present: General Manager Walt Wadlow, Acting Manager of Engineering Steven
Inn, Special Assistant to the General Manager Eric Cartwright, Manager of Finance Shelley
Burgett, Manager of Operations & Maintenance Steve Peterson, Budget & Financial Analysis
Manager Michael Yee, Senior Water Resources Engineer Thomas Niesar, Groundwater
Resources Engineer Mike Halliwell, Attorney Patrick Miyaki and Assistant District Secretary
Andrew Warren.
President Paul Sethy presided.
Director Huang led in the Salute to the Flag.
•
Mr. Peterson informed the Board that District Gardener, Pedro Moreno was rece1vmg a
special Letter of Recognition from Fremont Police Chief, Richard Lucero. In the letter,
Chief Lucero expressed appreciation for Mr. Moreno ' s actions relative to his finding and
turning over a large cache of stolen property in July 2013 . Sergeant Jason Lambert and
Officer Matt Stone were on hand to personally thank Mr. Moreno and to present him with the
commendation.
3 - PUBLIC COMMENTS
Ms. Wynn Grcich, a resident of Hayward addressed the Board regarding the harmful effects of
fluoride in drinking water supplies. She announced a rally against the use of fluoride in drinking
water on March 22 in San Francisco.
Mr. B.J. Bunting, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board and thanked them for their
consideration of him and his family.
Mr. Tim Pitsker, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board regarding his concern about
HomeServe homeowner service line insurance program solicitations.
•!• PRESENTATION: Timothy Quinn, Executive Director of Association of California Water
Agencies (ACW A) - Mr. Quinn addressed the Board and introduced ACW A Regional
Affairs Representative, Katie Dahl. Mr. Quinn highlighted some of the current events
sponsored by ACW A and gave a brief overview of what ACW A is doing to assist member
agencies with the current drought situation. Mr. Quinn also touched on the Statewide Water
Action Plan which was developed by ACW A and a broad cross-section of member water
interests and outlines 15 actions to improve water supply reliability, protect water ri ghts,
protect the integrity of the state' s water system and promote better stewardship. Lastly, Mr.
Quinn discussed the importance of passing a water bond and keeping a public health focus
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within the state’s drinking water program. Discussion ensued and Mr. Quinn answered
questions from the Board.
4 – CONSENT CALENDAR
A motion was made by Director Gunther to add items 5.1 through 5.3 and item 5.5 to the
Consent Calendar, seconded by Director Koller.
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
A motion was made by Director Gunther, seconded by Director Huang to approve the following
items on the Consent Calendar as amended.
4.1
Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of February 13, 2014
4.2
Ratification of Payment of Audited Demands dated February 3, February 7, February 14,
February 21, and February 28, 2014
5.1
Authorization of Change Order No. 1 and Resolution Accepting Completion of the
Kaiser Pond Fish Screen and Shinn Rediversion Pipeline No. 2 Projects
5.2
Authorization of Purchase Order for District Backhoe
5.3
Authorization to Enter into Agreement for Access Control System Replacement Project
5.5
Resolution Awarding a Purchase Contract for Water Treatment Plant No. 2 Power
Facility Replacement Turbine-Generators
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
___________________
5 – ACTION CALENDAR
5.1*
AUTHORIZATION OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 AND RESOLUTION ACCEPTING
COMPLETION OF THE KAISER POND FISH SCREEN AND SHINN
REDIVERSION PIPELINE NO. 2 PROJECTS
The Board previously authorized staff to negotiate and execute a Design-Build contract with a
Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) amount of $9,355,313 with CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc.
(Contractor) for the Kaiser Pond Fish Screen and Shinn Rediversion Pipeline No. 2 Projects.
The negotiated contract terms included allowances with cost caps to control the project risks
associated with differing site conditions, dewatering, and unforeseen permit requirements. Since
it was agreed that price adjustments for these allowance items would be made by contract change
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order, the Contractor’s estimated costs associated with the allowance items were excluded from
the executed contract amount of $8,544,348. Change Order No. 1 is required to address
additional time and work associated with site dewatering and differing site conditions; and to
allow the Contractor to complete wet testing and miscellaneous minor punch list items during the
contract warranty period. Both projects are partially funded from the 2012 Water System
Revenue Bond proceeds, substantially complete, and in service. The need for this change order
was previously reviewed with the Engineering and Capital Projects Committee.
The Kaiser Pond Fish Screen and Shinn Rediversion Pipeline No. 2 Projects include installation
of a new fish screen and water diversion pipe to replace the existing unscreened diversion facility
at Kaiser Pond, installation of a new 54-inch gravity rediversion pipeline from Shinn Pond to
Stevenson Pond to replace the Shinn Pond Pump Station, and grout-filling of the abandoned
Rock Pond diversion pipeline between the Union Pacific Railroad and Bay Area Rapid Transit
tracks. The work is now complete. The pipeline and fish screen, which were available for use in
December 2013, will help ensure safe passage for threatened and endangered migrating fish
species in Lower Alameda Creek and enhance the District’s ability to replenish the groundwater
basin.
Change Order No. 1 in the negotiated amount of $375,000 is required to address additional time
and work associated with site dewatering and differing site conditions; and to allow the
Contractor to complete wet testing and miscellaneous minor punch list items during the contract
warranty period. The Contractor encountered unexpected loose gravel and sand, including larger
than anticipated boulders and cobblestones, during the tunneling operation at Shinn Pond. The
boulders and cobblestones jammed the cutting plates of the tunnel boring machine and caused
multiple equipment breakdowns. Consequently, the tunneling operation took longer than
initially anticipated. Although the Contractor was able to minimize the schedule impact by resequencing work, a net contract time extension of 30 days is required. Because water was
unexpectedly encountered during levee excavation for the Kaiser Pond fish screen, the
Contractor submitted a request to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to amend the
existing permit and was allowed to return the extracted water back to the creek and/or ponds.
Additionally, the Contractor provided dewatering pumps, water settling tanks, and trucking
services to support the dewatering activity. The Contractor also had to replace its creek diversion
structure which was damaged by an extremely rare early September storm event that caused
creek flows to increase from 50 to 300 cubic feet per second in a matter of one day. Because of
the current drought conditions and lack of available water, it was agreed wet testing of both
facilities could be deferred and completed during the contract warranty period. Testing has now
been satisfactorily completed. It was also agreed that release of the contract retention would not
be made until the miscellaneous punch list items, which include finalized operations and
maintenance manuals and as-built construction drawings, were completed to the satisfaction of
the District.
The Contractor also submitted a request for a time extension of 30 calendar days due to the
required additional work items. Staff has reviewed the costs associated with the additional work
and the contractor’s time extension request and has determined that they are fair and reasonable.
The total project cost of $8,919,348, which includes the recommended change order amount, is
less than the GMP of $9,355,313, initially authorized by the Board on January 10, 2013.
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A stop notice was received on February 18, 2014, from Milpitas Materials, Co. in the amount of
$121,686.23 for unpaid supply of ready mix concrete materials. Thirty-five days after the Notice
of Completion is filed, pending satisfactory completion of the miscellaneous punch list items,
staff will release the retention to the Contractor, excluding any stop notice amount and
reasonable costs for potential stop notice litigation. Staff will release the stop notice amount
being withheld after the District receives a release of stop notice or the stop notice claim is
otherwise resolved.
A motion was made by Director Gunther, seconded by Director Huang to: 1) approve Change
Order No. 1 in the amount of $375,000 and grant a time extension of thirty (30) calendar days to
CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc.; and 2) adopt a resolution accepting completion of the Kaiser Pond
Fish Screen and the Shinn Rediversion Pipeline No. 2 Projects, Jobs 4316B and 4322B.
RESOLUTION NO. 14-010
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
ACCEPTING COMPLETION OF CONTRACT NO. 3781, CH2M HILL
ENGINEERS, INC., JOBS 4316 AND 4322
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
5.2*
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
AUTHORIZATION OF PURCHASE ORDER FOR DISTRICT BACKHOE
The current budget includes funding for the purchase of various vehicles and equipment. The
District is in need of replacing a backhoe and has standardized on John Deere for this type of
heavy equipment. John Deere has one authorized distributor in the Northern California region;
Papé Machinery, Inc., located in Newark, California. In accordance with Board Policy No. 1,
staff utilized the California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) for the procurement process and
negotiated a better than CMAS contract (4-08-23-0022A) pricing for a total of $111,568.78
(inclusive of tax). There is sufficient funding for this item in the budget.
Papé Machinery, Inc. is the sole authorized distributor for John Deere heavy construction
equipment in our region. Staff contacted the Papé Machinery, Inc., and negotiated lower than
CMAS pricing for this acquisition. John Deere’s list price for this piece of equipment is
$184,317.28. CMAS pricing, under contract 4-08-23-0022A, is $119,716.53. Staff was able to
further lower the cost to the District to $111,568.78. The CMAS (a program under the State of
California Department of General Services) offers a wide variety of commodity products and
services at prices which have been assessed to be fair, reasonable and competitive. All previously
mentioned pricing is inclusive of all applicable taxes.
The new backhoe replaces an existing John Deere backhoe that is 15 years old and has 4,500
hours of operation, and exceeds the District’s established criteria for equipment replacement
(e.g., equipment age over 10 years, hours of use over 4,000 hours or high maintenance costs).
Additionally, the District’s vehicle and equipment replacement program involves staggering
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major equipment purchases and this replacement was previously deferred by two years. Finally,
the existing backhoe has a Tier 1 engine as defined by the California Air Resources Board
(ARB). Effective January 1, 2016, the District cannot have and operate Tier 1 engines in its fleet.
By January 1, 2019, ARB will begin enforcing emissions performance requirements for small
fleets (the category the District falls under). To meet annual emissions performance
requirements, fleets must meet the Best Available Control Technology requirements by
converting to newer, cleaner engines or vehicles, or installing ARB-verified exhaust retrofits.
The new John Deere backhoe will be manufactured with an interim Tier 4 engine which will
allow the District to meet future fleet emissions requirements.
A motion was made by Director Gunther, seconded by Director Huang to authorize a purchase
order to Papé Machinery, Inc., in the amount of $111,568.78 for one John Deere 410 K backhoe.
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
5.3*
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT FOR ACCESS CONTROL
SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PROJECT
The District’s current ID card mag-stripe access control system has been in place for more than
15 years and needs to be replaced because it is no longer being supported by the manufacturer
and the District can no longer obtain repair parts or additional hardware for this system. The
access card system is a key component of the District’s security system as it not only allows
access to various District facilities, but also monitors access activities. The District issued a
Request for Proposal (RFP) on December 16, 2013 and two proposals were received and
evaluated. Communication Service Company (CSC) had both the highest ranked proposal and
lowest cost proposal. There is adequate funding for this agreement in the budget. This item was
reviewed with the Operations and Water Quality Committee in September 2013.
The District utilizes a security card-swipe access control system to facilitate entry into all staffed
facilities. The access control system cards issued to District staff also serve as photo ID and
utility emergency access passes for use during disasters. In 2012, the District was notified that
the current system (hardware and software) would no longer be supported by the manufacturer
meaning that neither the hardware nor software is available anymore. At that time, the effort to
evaluate available options for a system replacement began. Current technologies for access
control systems utilize proximity card reader architecture and are network based. Data security
with the new card access control systems has been greatly improved. District staff developed a
system specification for the replacement of the access control system. The project will be
completed and new access cards provided to staff in June 2014. The existing system will remain
in service until the new system is completed and tested.
Given the aforementioned need, the District issued an RFP on December 16, 2013, requesting
qualified firms to proffer their solutions to District replacement needs. Two proposals were
received, one from CSC and one from Professional Telecommunications Services. The proposals
were evaluated on four key criteria, including approach to the scope of services, technical
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feasibility and quality of the solution, qualifications and experience of the firms and the cost of
the proposed solution. CSC’s proposal was ranked the higher of the two and was also the lowest
cost proposal. The costs of the proposals are as follows:
Proposer
Cost Proposal
Communication Service Company
Professional Telecommunications Services
$168,340.00
$200,837.54
A motion was made by Director Gunther, seconded by Director Huang to authorize the General
Manager to enter into an agreement with CSC for the replacement of the District’s existing
access control system for an estimated cost of $168,340.
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
5.4
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
RESOLUTION AWARDING CONTRACT FOR HEADQUARTERS LANDSCAPE –
FRONTAGE AND DEMONSTRATION GARDEN
Mr. Mike Forney, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board and requested warning signage be
placed in the demonstration garden if the plant Phormium tenax is replanted. According to Mr.
Forney, the plant can cause severe skin allergies in some people.
Ms. Grcich addressed the Board and asked that we use plants that are not treated with insecticide.
Mr. Peterson informed the Board that review of the District’s headquarters landscape master plan
identified the frontage area as the third and final phase for landscaping improvements. The
request for proposals for the Headquarters Landscape – Frontage and Demonstration Garden
Project was advertised on January 13, 2014 and seven bids were received and opened on
February 6, 2014. Green Valley Group doing business as (dba) Green Valley Landscape
submitted the lowest responsive bid in the amount of $294,463. In response to the current
drought conditions, District staff designated the plantings portion of the project as optional work
for future consideration should weather conditions change to normal or wet climate conditions.
There is adequate funding in the budget for this work. The master plan and phasing of the
landscaping improvements were reviewed by the Operations and Water Quality Committee on
April 9, 2012 and presentations on the planned scopes of work were made and discussed at the
April 10 and May 17, 2012 Board meetings.
Much of the landscape at District headquarters was installed when the facility was first built and
has reached the end of its useful life. Gates and Associates, landscape architects, were contracted
to develop a landscape master plan to address the overall landscape at headquarters. The
resulting master plan identified five key areas (implemented in three phases) in need of
improvement. These areas included the employee entry area (completed in 2012), perimeter area
(reduced scope completed by District forces in 2013) and the street frontage, main building
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entry, and demonstration garden (this contract). The total construction cost of phases one and
two was $102,771. The total estimated construction cost for all three phases is $397,234.
The frontage and demonstration garden area will be updated to include a new sidewalk across the
front of the property along Grimmer Blvd, new energy efficient lights in the parking lot and
garden path areas, and incorporates Bay Friendly practices in the preparation of the soil for
planting, plant selection and irrigation. The District was able to obtain a grant for $20,000 for the
project from Bay Friendly, which will be paid upon completion of the project provided the
plantings scope of work is completed by spring 2015. The plants are low water use, however, in
order for them to become established, they will need more water during the first year. The
optional planting bid items included in Payment Item Schedule B will not be authorized should
drought conditions continue and the plants would not be installed this year. Instead, mulch will
be placed over the entire vegetation area by the contractor in accordance with the contract
documents. Then in spring 2015, the District would purchase and install the plants provided
drought conditions no longer exist.
The lowest responsive bid was submitted by Green Valley Group dba Green Valley Landscape
of Livermore, California. Green Valley has been in business under its present name for 18 years.
References were checked, and it was confirmed that the contractor has the necessary
qualifications and experience to perform the work. This contractor was also awarded the contract
for the employee entry area landscape project completed in 2012. The total comparison of bids
was the sum of the lump sum payment items in Payment Item Schedule A and Optional Payment
Item Schedule B. Green Valley Landscape’s price for the items in Payment Item Schedule A was
$229,780 and the price submitted for Optional Payment Item Schedule B was $64,683, which
includes plantings, irrigation for the new plants and site mulch. Green Valley Landscape’s price
for the total comparison of bids was $294,463. The engineering estimate for the job was between
$265,000 and $290,000.
A motion was made by Director Huang, seconded by Director Gunther to adopt a resolution: 1)
award the contract for Headquarters Landscape – Frontage and Demonstration Garden Project to
Green Valley Group dba Green Valley Landscape, in an amount of $229,780, which is the total
for Payment Item Schedule A; and 2) authorize the General Manager to exercise the optional
items in Payment Item Schedule B up to $64,683 for a total estimated amount not to exceed
$294,463.
RESOLUTION NO. 14-011
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
AWARDING THE CONTRACT FOR THE HEADQUARTERS LANDSCAPE –
FRONTAGE AND DEMONSTRATION GARDEN TO GREEN VALLEY
LANDSCAPE FOR JOB NO. 6568
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Directors Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
Director Koller
None
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5.5*
RESOLUTION AWARDING A PURCHASE CONTRACT FOR WATER
TREATMENT PLANT NO. 2 POWER FACILITY REPLACEMENT TURBINEGENERATORS
The replacement of four existing turbine-generators is needed for the Water Treatment Plant No.
2 (WTP2) Turbine Upgrade Project. The construction of the WTP2 Turbine Upgrade Project is
scheduled to be advertised for bid in September 2014. Since the turbine-generators require a
long lead time for fabrication and delivery, pre-purchase of the equipment is required to meet the
project construction schedule. Also, because the District has standardized on Cornell Pump
Company fixed geometry Francis turbines and Marathon Prime Line induction generators, only
Cornell Pump Company of Clackamas, Oregon, was asked to submit a cost proposal for the
turbine-generator equipment. Since only one cost proposal was requested, Board approval is
required to waive Procurement Policy No. 1. This project is partially funded from the 2012
Water System Revenue Bond proceeds. This item was also reviewed with the Engineering and
Capital Projects Committee on January 16, 2014.
The District’s WTP2 Power Facility houses six hydroelectric turbine-generators capable of
generating approximately 800 kilowatts (kW) of electrical energy from a raw water supply of 25
million gallons per day. The electrical energy produced is utilized at WTP2 and at the Mission
San Jose Water Treatment Plant, saving approximately $500,000 per year in energy costs. The
existing 250 kW turbine-generators at WTP2 have been experiencing mechanical and electrical
problems causing at least one turbine-generator unit to be frequently out of service for repair.
On May 19, 2011, the Board authorized Christensen Associates, Inc. to perform a mechanical
evaluation of the turbine-generator equipment and to summarize its findings in an engineering
report. Based on the findings from the mechanical evaluation, alternatives to address the
problem were developed and evaluated. After completing a cost-benefit analysis, it was
determined that the most cost effective approach is to replace the four existing 250kW Cornell
Pump Company turbine-generator equipment units with similar 300kW turbine units. The larger
generator units will alleviate excessive bearing wear and thermal degradation of the windings.
Replacement of the units with similar products already in use provides an opportunity for cost
savings in reduced spare parts inventory and staff training on the operation and maintenance of
equipment. Therefore, in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 3400, the Board made a
finding on June 13, 2013, that fixed geometry Francis turbines and Marathon Prime Line
induction generators be designated by specific manufacturer or make/model to match other
products in use for public works projects advertised during FY 2013/14.
Cornell Pump Company submitted a cost proposal in the amount of $392,707 to furnish and
deliver four turbine-generator units, field technical support services, engineered shop drawings,
bonds, insurance, and other pertinent information necessary for the installation of the equipment.
The engineer’s estimate for this procurement is $385,000.
Staff and its design consultant have reviewed the proposal from Cornell Pump Company,
compared it against competitive bid prices for similar equipment, and find the cost to be
reasonable for the equipment and services to be provided.
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A motion was made by Director Gunther, seconded by Director Huang to: 1) waive the
requirement in Procurement Policy No. 1 to solicit competitive bids; and 2) adopt a resolution to
award a purchase contract for the Water Treatment Plant No. 2 Power Facility Replacement
Turbine-Generators to Cornell Pump Company, in the amount of $392,707, which is the total of
unit price and lump sum payment items, Job 6454B.
RESOLUTION NO. 14-012
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
AWARDING THE PURCHASE CONTRACT FOR WATER TREATMENT
PLANT NO. 2 FACILITY REPLACEMENT TURBINE-GENERATORS TO
CORNELL PUMP COMPANY FOR JOB NO. 6454B
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
5.6
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
AUTHORIZATION OF CONTRACT AMENDMENT WITH EMA FOR CUSTOMER
INFORMATION SYSTEM PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS
Mr. Wadlow informed the Board that in October 2013, the District initiated a Customer
Information System (CIS) Improvement Project with EMA, Inc. (EMA) and Portland Water
Bureau (PWB) to review key business processes and areas of system improvement for Cayenta
Utilities (CU), the District’s new CIS. EMA has delivered the final report for Phase I of the
project which identifies 155 recommendations for increased efficiency of CU utilization and
improved business processes. The District now needs the services of EMA for Phase II of the
project to help design new business processes and implement many of the recommendations. It
is expected that the implementation of the recommendations will eliminate the need for four
temporary staff in Customer Service. In addition there will be cost savings from redesigned
business processes that need to be implemented. Once the study recommendations are carried out
and result in the efficiencies as estimated, the expected payback period for the total overall cost
of this project is two years after implementation of the recommendations. There is adequate
funding in the budget for this work.
The District converted from a custom legacy customer information and billing system to the new
CIS, in March 2012. The custom legacy system and the business processes related to the
operation of the software had been in place for over 25 years. The roots of the 25 year old legacy
system and the business processes that were developed over those many years have run very
deep and were very entrenched. Cayenta Utilities software was successfully installed and
configured, however the true depth of business process redesign and training needed to move the
department forward was not fully understood at the time. It only became apparent over a period
of months after implementation that a very deep review and complete remodel of the business
processes that had developed over 25 years was needed to move the department forward. Even
though Customer Service staff has become familiar with CU, they have encountered many
challenges in efficiently utilizing the system, troubleshooting issues, conducting existing and
redesigned business processes, and have had difficulty in the design, development and
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implementation of new business processes. The District has been utilizing temporary staff to
help with the increased work load because of issues identified above. The inefficiencies are a
combination of business process and workflow issues, system configuration, knowledge and
training.
Staff selected the consulting firm of EMA for a deep review of the District’s business processes
as EMA’s consultants were involved in the selection and implementation of the new CIS and are
familiar with District Customer Service operations. In Phase 1 of this project, EMA utilized a
key client, Portland Water Bureau (PWB) and Cayenta consultants to understand how PWB
Customer Service staff utilizes CU and to conduct a review of District’s meter-to-pay cycle to
identify business processes that should be redesigned or developed. PWB staff has been using
CU for a number of years now, and because of a good working relationship with EMA, was
willing to spend time on this project as a goodwill measure and as a mutual learning experience.
For Phase I of this project, EMA did an excellent job and identified a list of 155
recommendations for improvements based on on-site interviews and several knowledge share
sessions with PWB staff, Cayenta consultants, and Customer Service and IT staff.
The
estimated impact of the recommendations should allow the District to realize the desired
reduction in temporary staff within Customer Service. There will also be savings realized from
efficiencies gained via many of the business process improvements that will be implemented.
The recommendations cover short, medium, and long term implementation timeframes and are
grouped into different categories including Configuration, Business Process Redesign, Training,
Reports and Organizational Structure.
Phase II of this project involves implementation support for the short and medium term
recommendations. EMA will provide overall project management, design new business
processes, coordinate and provide leadership for the implementation of new business processes
with District staff and Cayenta consultants, and provide implementation transition to District
staff towards the end of the project in March 2015. The total cost for Phase II of the project is
$300,000 including $20,000 in contingencies. Based on estimated reduction in temporary
staffing in Customer Service plus savings due to efficiencies gained from business process
improvements, the payback period for the total cost of this project will be 2 years.
The total overall costs for this project, which includes this current Phase II, are summarized
below.
Phase I of CS Improvement Project (EMA)
Phase II of CS Improvement Project (EMA)
Implementation and Training (Cayenta)
$100,000
$300,000
$150,000
Total CS Improvement Project Services
$550,000
The Phase I contract with EMA was previously approved and has been completed, and the
Cayenta contract was previously approved and is presently in progress.
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A motion was made by Director Gunther, seconded by Director Koller to authorize the General
Manager to amend the existing professional service agreement with EMA, for Phase II, for an
amount not to exceed $300,000.
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
5.7
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, Weed, and Sethy
None
None
PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTING AN ORDINANCE OF ALAMEDA
COUNTY WATER DISTRICT DECLARING A WATER SHORTAGE EMERGENCY
AND ADOPTING WATER USE REGULATIONS, RESTRICTIONS, AND
GUIDELINES FOR THE WATER SHORTAGE EMERGENCY
Mr. Wadlow informed the Board that due to the continued uncertainties regarding water supply
availability, and because supplies will not be sufficient to meet the service area’s full demands in
2014 (while also providing for a reserve for 2015), staff is recommending that, in addition to
holding a Public Hearing, the Board adopt an ordinance declaring a water shortage emergency,
and adopt water use regulations, restrictions and guidelines for the water shortage emergency.
Mr. Wadlow announced the Public Hearing was properly noticed in the Argus newspaper on
March 4, 2014 along with a copy of the proposed ordinance. In addition, the full text of the
Ordinance was posted in the office of the District and posted on the District’s website prior to the
Public Hearing.
Mr. Cartwright stated that on January 17, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown declared a State of
Drought Emergency in California due to the ongoing extreme drought conditions and asked all
Californians to reduce water use by 20%. The U.S. Department of Agriculture also declared
Alameda County as a natural disaster area because of the extreme drought conditions. On
January 31, 2014 the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) informed ACWD that
with these dry conditions, the State Water Project (SWP) allocations to contractors south of the
Delta (including ACWD) have been reduced from five percent to zero, which could also limit
DWR’s ability to convey any water from the Delta through the aqueduct system, including water
transfers.
Approximately 40% of the water delivered by ACWD to its customers is imported from the
Delta through the SWP system. The loss of SWP allocations in 2014, coupled with locally dry
conditions on the Alameda Creek watershed greatly reduces ACWD’s options for meeting the
Tri-Cities’ water supply needs. In response, District staff has established an overall, Districtwide water savings target of 20% for Calendar Year 2014 (as compared with Calendar Year
2013 water consumption), with an emphasis on reducing outdoor water use during peak summer
months. Accordingly, staff has prepared an ordinance which, if adopted, would 1) declare a
water shortage emergency; and 2) impose certain water use restrictions and prohibitions with the
purpose of preserving the available water supplies for the greatest public benefit with particular
regard to domestic use, sanitation, and fire protection. The adoption of an Ordinance with water
use restrictions and guidelines to achieve a District-wide 20% water use reduction is consistent
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with the District’s Water Shortage Contingency Plan, a component of the District’s Urban Water
Management Plan.
Mr. Peterson reported that calendar Year 2013 was the driest year in recorded state history. As a
result the DWR has indicated that it will provide a zero allocation of SWP supplies in 2014, and
that SWP water carried-over from 2013 (i.e. SWP water allocated in 2013 but held over for use
in 2014) will not be fully available in 2014. In addition, the DWR has indicated that SWP
supplies conveyed through the Delta will likely become increasingly salty in the coming spring
and summer months, to the extent that these supplies may not be usable as potable supplies. The
adverse conditions in the Delta, coupled with the reduction in SWP pumping from the Delta,
impacts ACWD’s ability to recover dry year reserves stored at the Semitropic Groundwater
Banking Program, as well as to transfer non-SWP water through the Delta. Locally, Calendar
Year 2013 was also the driest year on record with only 23% of the long-term average
precipitation, impacting the availability of local surface water and groundwater supplies. Lastly,
the SFPUC has requested a voluntary reduction of 10% for all of its wholesale customers,
including ACWD. The SFPUC is continuing to track hydrologic conditions in the Hetch-Hetchy
Watershed, and if conditions do not improve, may impose mandatory cut-backs in purchased
water.
Mr. Cartwright informed the Board that in response to the unprecedented dry conditions, the
District has implemented a dry year response program, which has included maximizing use of
available imported water supplies (both from the State Water Project and SFPUC Hetch-Hetchy
water system), and to the extent possible, conserving local groundwater supplies to help meet
summer demands and provide a reserve for 2015. Staff has also coordinated with the DWR,
Zone 7 Water Agency and Santa Clara Valley Water District to maximize SWP deliveries to Del
Valle Reservoir, such that water can be stored to help meet summer demands. Staff is also
participating in several regional partnership opportunities to secure additional supplies in the
service area for 2014 and 2015. In addition, an important component of the dry year response
program is to ensure the maintenance and repair of all water supply and production facilities to
ensure that all available water supplies can be utilized.
District staff met with staff from the Cities of Fremont, Newark and Union City, and other local
stakeholders, to review the current water supply conditions and to receive input on an initial draft
of the Ordinance. The initial draft Ordinance was revised based on input received.
The intent of the ordinance is to achieve a District-wide water savings of 20% (as compared with
2013 water demands). The goal is to achieve this level of water savings through a combination of
voluntary conservation measures (primarily through indoor water use savings) and mandatory
water use restrictions (primarily focused on less-essential and non-essential outdoor water uses,
including landscape irrigation restrictions). The ordinance applies to all customers in the service
area, and was developed such that customers who already are water efficient will not be
penalized. The ordinance includes provisions for both enforcement and for exceptions. Criteria
for the review of exceptions include health and safety, economic impacts, implementation
complexity, and proposed mitigation or offsetting measures.
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President Sethy opened the Public Hearing at 8:10 P.M. to hear comments on the proposed
ordinance.
Mr. John Rennels, President of Antelope Hills Community Association addressed the Board in
support of the proposed ordinance. As the representative of the association, he expressed his
concern over maintaining the greenbelt that surrounds the community which has a high fire risk.
He stated he would like to apply for an exception for Antelope Hills Community. Mr. Rennels
stated he will work with District conservation staff to conserve wherever they can, but would like
to keep the greenbelt watered out of safety concerns.
Mr. Tim Pitsker, a resident of the Niles area of Fremont addressed the Board and said in his
opinion the proposed ordinance does not go far enough in regards to water use restrictions.
Lawn watering should be banned altogether in his opinion. Mr. Pitsker also suggested the
District penalize any person going above their annual average, which can be found on their bimonthly water bill.
Ms. Linda La Fleur, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board and stated she uses “grey water”
for watering plants. She is concerned that businesses, such as gyms, will not limit shower or
towel use. She has suggested this to her gym and was told this was previously enforced,
however clients complained and restrictions were removed. Ms. La Fleur stated this upsets her
because she tries to conserve, however due to economic reasons, businesses are indifferent.
Ms. Elaine Belval, a resident of Newark also expressed the restrictions in the proposed ordinance
should be more severe. She suggests including a clause that bans new development installing
lawns.
Mr. Mike Forney, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board and suggested we work with the
cities we serve along with developers to develop stricter codes regarding water appliances in new
developments.
Mr. Ken Nishimura, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board and suggested an exemption be
made for individuals or businesses using non-potable “grey water” for irrigation purposes.
According to Mr. Nishimura, the definition of “water” in the ordinance does not make a
distinction between treated potable water and non-potable water.
Mr. Nishimura also suggested the Board revisit the ordinance on a pre-determined date to review
if it is still necessary since there is no end stated. He is concerned with the fiscal impact it may
have to the District.
Director Sethy commented that previous practice in regards to emergency ordinances were
reviewing them periodically and determining if satisfactory conditions allowed them to be
withdrawn. This will be the same practice if the proposed ordinance is passed.
Mr. Bob Moorman, a resident of Fremont addressed the Board and stated the District is behind
the curve with water use restrictions.
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Mr. Robert Bush, a resident of Fremont commented that mandatory reductions may result in
inefficient use. As an example, customers wanting to reduce water use in their homes might
wash clothes at a laundromat. In his view, home machines are more efficient than commercial
machines.
President Sethy closed the Public Hearing at 8:35 P.M.
Director Weed expressed concern over the proposed ordinance, especially since there are
penalties up to a misdemeanor. He supports the specific issues relating to irrigation restrictions,
however in his opinion, the Ordinance Prohibiting Wasteful Use of Water passed by the Board in
2008 provides enough restrictions and the proposed ordinance contains unnecessary guidelines.
Director Sethy asked Mr. Miyaki to clarify the penalty of “misdemeanor” as it relates to the
proposed ordinance. Mr. Miyaki stated that in developing the ordinance, the District followed
two statutes allowing declaration of a water shortage emergency and restricting water usage.
Water Code Section 350 and the County Water District Law procedures were followed, however
County Water District Law states that water restriction violations, by statute are a misdemeanor.
Removing them from the proposed ordinance will not change the effect of the statute.
The ordinance adopted in 2008 was developed using Water Code Section 375 which contains a
different set of statutes, which does not include a misdemeanor penalty.
Further discussion ensued.
The Board thanked members of the public that came to express their views regarding the
proposed ordinance.
A motion was made by Director Koller, seconded by Director Huang to adopt the proposed
Ordinance.
Director Weed called for an amendment to the motion, removing Sections 4A-1, 4A-5, 4A-6,
4A-7, 4A-8, 4A-9, 4A-10, 4A-11 and Section 5, Water Use Guidelines from the proposed
ordinance. As there was no second to the motion, the original motion stands.
ORDINANCE NO. 2014-01
AN ORDINANCE OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
DECLARING A WATER SHORTAGE EMERGENCY AND ADOPTING
WATER USE REGULATIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND GUIDELINES FOR
THE WATER SHORTAGE EMERGENCY.
The motion was passed by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Directors Koller, Gunther, Huang, and Sethy
Director Weed
None
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President Sethy adjourned the meeting to a brief recess at 9:24 P.M.
President Sethy called the meeting back to order at 9:43 P.M.
5.8
PRESENTATION OF THE IMPACTS OF DROUGHT ON THE FINANCIAL
PICTURE OF THE DISTRICT AND THE POTENTIAL USE OF TIERED RATES
AND OTHER MITIGATIONS
Mr. Yee and Mr. Niesar provided a presentation to the Board with a high level review of the
potential drought impacts and the possible effect on cash balances and debt service coverage. In
addition, a possible mid-year (July 2014) move to a tiered rate structure will be reviewed along
with a discussion about the annual rate analysis. An overview of the timeline of activities and
meetings with Raftelis Financial Consultants (RFC), staff and the Board over the remainder of
the year will also be presented.
Mr. Yee informed the Board that in response to the current drought situation, staff has been
working with RFC to analyze and model the effects on the District’s financial picture. In
addition RFC has been working on a full cost of service analysis for the District as the basis for
designing future rate structures.
Mr. Yee reviewed various drought financial scenarios and discussed several possible alternatives
to help mitigate the financial impacts with the Administrative & Finance Committee on February
18, 2014.
A Board workshop in April with RFC is being planned to discuss these issues in more depth.
Further discussion ensued and the Board provided direction as appropriate to staff for the April
Board Workshop.
___________________
6 – REPORTS
6.1
BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS
•
Operations & Water Quality Meeting of February 4, 2014: 1) Yosemite Rim Fire and
Water Quality Implications; 2) 2014 Water Supply and Operations Update
•
Administrative & Finance Meeting of February 18, 2014: 1) Drought Financial
Implications; 2) Customer Service Software and Business Process Improvements (EMA);
3) Unexplained Consumption Draft Policy
•
Legal & Legislative Meeting of February 19, 2014: 1) Review of Proposed and Potential
Legislation
•
Engineering & Capital Projects Meeting of February 20, 2014: 1) Update on Alameda
Creek Fisheries Fish Passage Projects; 2) Update on Upper Canyon Heights Main
Replacement Project; 3) Review of District Boundary and Sphere of Influence; 4)
Coordination of Fees Associated with Secondary Dwelling Units
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•
6.2
Water Resources Planning & Outreach Meeting of February 26, 2014: 1) Public
Information and Community Outreach Update; 2) Dry Year Planning Update; 3) Bay Area
Integrated Regional Water Management Plan Update
OPERATIONAL REPORTS
•
Rainfall Report
•
Water Production Report
•
Investment Report
•
Quarterly Budget & Expense Report
•
Distribution System Monthly Hardness Report
6.3
•
6.4
STAFF REPORTS
Review of 2014 Survey Report on Groundwater Conditions – Mr. Halliwell provided a
brief overview to the Board regarding the 2014 Survey Report on Groundwater Conditions.
Mr. Halliwell determined current groundwater levels are above sea level and no new
saltwater has intruded during 2013. A staff recommended 8% increase effective July 1,
2014 in Replenishment Assessment Rate (non-ag., non-muni.-rec.) will be discussed at the
Public Hearing scheduled for April 8, 2014. This will raise the rate from $290 to $313 per
acre-foot.
GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORTS
•
Mr. Wadlow announced the local CBS news station was going to be filming outside the
District reporting on the Board’s action on the Water Emergency Ordinance.
•
Mr. Peterson gave the Board an update on the current work at Quarry Lakes, specifically
Lago Los Osos. He stated pumps and piping have been set to convey water from
Stevenson Pond to Lago Los Osos. This is a temporary solution after erosion caused the
permanent conveyance pipes to fail. He noted that this solution will quickly for itself
through recharged water.
•
Mr. Peterson informed the Board of a meeting held by Caltrans regarding the replacement
of the Alameda Creek Bridge, also called the Richmond Bridge. Caltrans will publish a
draft environmental report for public comment late 2014. The District will be actively
working with Caltrans to ensure water quality and the integrity of the watershed is not
compromised.
7 – DIRECTOR’S COMMENTS AND/OR AGENDA ITEM REQUEST
•
Report on ACWA Conference in Washington, DC – Director Weed reviewed items
discussed at this year’s conference.
•
Director Huang requested a report on the business case for District participation in the
water bond and Delta projects. Mr. Wadlow informed the Board he is meeting with other
agencies and discussing the issue. Once sufficient information is gathered, he will present
the business case to the Board.
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•
Director Gunther and Director Huang reported touring the Calaveras Dam construction site.
•
Director Koller reported on his attendance at an ACWA Legislative workshop in
Sacramento.
•
Director Sethy asked if the District is requesting monies from an emergency water fund
that was passed by the governor. Mr. Wadlow informed the Board that the District has
applied for money from that fund.
•
Direct Sethy reported on his attendance to a Tri-Valley Services Consolidation meeting.
___________________
8 – CLOSED SESSION
President Sethy adjourned the meeting to a closed session at 10:31 P.M. to discuss the following
items:
8.1
Pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957.6
•
Conference with Labor Negotiators
Agency Designated Representatives:
Employee Organization:
Walt Wadlow, Bonnie Roland-Williams
Glenn Berkheimer
Operating Engineers Local 3
President Sethy reconvened the meeting at 11:40 P.M. As to closed session Item 8.1, Mr.
Wadlow reported that the Board met with their designated negotiators and provided direction.
___________________
There being no further business to come before the Board, President Sethy adjourned the
meeting at 11:41 P.M.
Andrew Warren, Assistant District Secretary
Attest:
Paul S. Sethy, President
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Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
226672 Michael
F.
Lopez
PV
249104
Water Efficient Landscape Rbte
Amount
750.00
-750.00
226673 Airgas NCN Inc
2VV
249041
Check#
226672
-~--·
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00047914
410.35
-410.35
Check#
-~""
226674 Alameda County Waste Mgmt Authority
PV
249101
~··-
-
2/2014 Facility Fees
Electrical Fittings
Auto Parts
Check#
226674
Check#
226675
Check#
226676
1,140.49
1,140.49
226676 Allied Auto Stores
2VV
249044
00048592
360.35
-360.35
~---
226677 American lnnotek Inc
2VV
249045
00048814
Brief Reliefs
2,357.54
2,357.54
226678 Anthem Blue Cross
PV
249129
3/1-4/1/14 EAP Premium
0
1,610.05
1,610.05
226675 Alameda Electrical Distributors c/o CST
2VV
249042
00047865
226673
--~-
-··-
Check#
226677
Check#
226678
527.04
-527.04
-~--
226679 Apple One Employment Services
2W
249111
00048122
Temp Services
4,180.71
2VV
249110
00048122
Temp Services
1,327.99
2VV
249109
00048122
Temp Services
1,100.40
6,609.10
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3/6/2014
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226679
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
249046
Amount
·----·-·~-~-
_________ ________ __.___
226680 ARAMARK Refreshment Services
2W
Description 1
Classification
PO#
,__
____
... __ --
00047841
Coffee Services/Supplies
--~--
·-----·-----
...
893.95
893.95
226681 Aramark Uniform Services
2W
249048
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00048715
Uniform/Linen/Laundry Service
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PV
698.53
900.00
T7
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226684 Bay Equipment Co Inc
249049
Material Handling Equipment
00048023
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2W
249051
..........
~-~
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·-~--------.-.
-..--~.-..-
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Tires/Labor/Parts
~--
1,703.64
Check#
226685
Check#
226686
635.63
PR Deduction or Garnishment
635.63
PV
226684
---------------------·-----------
,226686 CaiPERS Long Term Care Program
226687 Nancy M. Camacho
Check#
_,_.__.-_,....,___,____ --•"'-N-------· __,__.. ,..___..._ ______________ ---------- ..
00048024
249125
226683
439.38
Merchandise & Repairs
1,703.64
T7
Check#
---
439.38
226685 Bruce's Ti_res
226682
406.21
406.21
2W
Check#
~----
Tuition Reimbursement
249121
226681
900.00
Treatment Distribution Spvsr
226683 Kathy R.j 3arnes-Jones
Check#
--
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249040
226680
--698.53
226682 Associatio n of California Water Agencies
Check#
-----------~-----·--·
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249102
-Water Efficient Landscape Rbte
610.00
610.00
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3/6/2014
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226687
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
Classification
PO#
Description 1
Amount
226688 Carmen Group Incorporated
PV
249103
10,000.00
Rtner Fee Almda Creek Fish Prj
10,000.00
226689 Todd A. Christner
PV
- •..
249036
Expense Reimbursement
2W
249070
-
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-
-- - -· -· -·
226689
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12,275.20
00048439
12,275.20
226691
Check#
123.80
1/27-1/31 Cisco Trng Mileage
123.80
~-~
226688
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226690 Clearwater Hydrology
Check#
Check#
226690
Check#
226691
Dale Hardware
2W
249017
00047868
Merchandise
29.35
29.35
--
226692 Dell Marketing LP
PO
249056
00047702
-178.61
PO
249057
00047749
-160 .08
2W
249055
00048436
Dell Laptops/Wireless Cards
2W
249112
00048690
Dell Computer Base Unit
-·-
653.97
5,559.84
5,875.12
Check#
226692
Check#
226693
Check#
226694
226693 Reno R. Deii'Acqua Jr.
T7
249122
1,000.00
Tuition Reimbursement
1,000.00
226694 Dun-Rite Excavating Inc
2W
249060
00048101
Asphalt Pavement Replacement
161 ,036.00
161 ,036.00
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Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
Description 1
Classification
PO#
Amount
226695 EMA Inc
2VV
249062
00048513
Consulting Services
Consulting Services
38,957.92
38,957.92
Check#
226695
Check#
226696
Check#
226697
226696 Environmental Systems Research lnst Inc
2VV
249063
00048787
ArcGIS for Server Enterprise
10,000.00
10,000.00
226697 Fremont Minuteman Press
2VV
249064
00047902
Printing Services
Reproduction Services
215.82
-
215.82
-~
226698 Fremont Urgent Care Center
2VV
249019
00047844
Medical Services
Exams Pre-Employment
57.00
-57.00
Check#
226698
-~-
226699 City of Fremont - Financial Services
PV
----
249023
263 MISSION TIERRA PL Across t
2,427.56
2,427.56
--Check#
226699
Check#
226700
226700 Golden Gate Truck Center
2VV
249065
Automotive Repair & Parts
00048031
368.26
--
368.26
,_..........,_
226701 Hach Company
3VV
249114
00048767
Inventory
53742
3,293.93
3,293.93
--Check#
226701
Check#
226702
226702 Hanson Bridgett LLP
PV
249035
54,003 .60
Legal Services
54,003.60
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Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
PO#
226703 Steven D. Inn
PV
249039
_..-.----.....-
·- ·- ·-
-~~-
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Classification
- -·
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Amount
-~~~
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~-
Expense Reimbursement
-- ----
-
2/12 RWQCB Brd Mtg Mileage
72.59
72.59
--~
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226704 IRS US Treasury
T7
---- --
-
249126
-·-···-
-
1,200.00
1,200.00
2W
249068
··-···
-·---
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00048157
226703
-·
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PR Deduction or Garnishment
226705 Kemira Water Solutions Inc
Check#
-..
-·
-
Check#
226704
Check#
226705
Check#
226706
Check#
226707
Check#
226708
Check#
226709
-~--
6,190.00
Ferric Chloride
6,190.00
226706 The Lipman Company
T7
5,687.92
PR Deduction or Garnishment
249124
5,687.92
- -
226707 McGuire & Hester
2W
249108
00047959
3,072,680.00
Design Build Services
3,072,680.00
--.. -- -
226708 Mission Valley Ford
2W
249073
00048034
Vehicle Sales & Service
--.,
1,422.41
Automotive Parts & Repairs
1,422.41
226709 Mobile Mini Inc
2W
249092
00048631
241.92
Storage Rental
241.92
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226710 Mountain Cascade Inc
2W
249076
00048670
Construction Contract
--
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492,571.20
Page 5 of 9
Check#
3/6/2014
9:49 :53AM
226710
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
226711
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
MyOfficeProducts.com
2W
249120
00047905
Office Supplies
3,417.96
Office Supplies
3,417.96
226712 City Of Newark
PV
------------- ------------· -------------
--
------
------~
---------------
-
--·
-~------
4,750.00
2W
249082
-
-----
---------
~-
Check#
226712
Check#
226713
Check#
226714
Check#
226715
Check#
226716
Check#
226717
4,750.00
EP 2013-065 36767 Ruschin Dr.
--~~---~-------
226711
- -- -- ------
249107
226713 Inter. Disposal Corp of Calif.
Check#
------~---
···---~
------------------------------
------~--
00048108
13,017.96
13,017.96
---------------
---
- - - · ··--------------------- -------
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ------ ------··
·-
----
226714 Pacific Mechanical Supply
3W
249116
Inventory
00048804
1,162.23
12411
1'162.23
-----------~~---------·-
226715 Pape Machinery Inc
2W
249117
----------------
-----~---
--
---------~
00048037
79.72
79.72
-
------ ··--· -- -------------
226716 LegaiShield
T7
·----
------
-----------------------------·- ------------------ ---·
--
-
-- --------------------------
PR Deduction or Garnishment
249127
799.35
799.35
226717 R & D Technical Services
2W
249098
00048128
2W
249097
2W
2W
~------
~"-~
·-
----~----------------
---
---
-------------------
Temp Services
2,376.00
00048128
Temp Services
2,196.48
249099
00048128
Temp Services
1,425.60
249096
00048128
Temp Services
1,635.48
7,633.56
Page 6 of 9
3/6/2014
9:49:53AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
PO#
Check#
Classification
-·-- -·-
226718 Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc
2W
249071
Description 1
~----
-· -
-
Amount
- --
00048309
------------
Professional Services Contract
8 ,277.50
8,277.50
226719 RichardT. Seward
T7
249123
.
- --- ------
---------·--------------------. ---- ·-----·
.
----- --
-- ·-----
·-
-·
-
00048798
------
-~--------
00048789
---
00048780
Inventory
2W
249095
~
--
--
---- -
-"-- ·-
-- -
---
-·
-
--
- ---
-- -
00048099
--- __ -- -- ·--.,
..
2W
249113
00047468
-~
. --
--
--- --·- ·-- -- -----
-
~-
_.,
--
---·~-~
-·-
~
- .
----- *
--
Check#
226724
------·-----~-
---~
2,487.36
2,487.36
Page 7 of 9
226723
540.00
Street Sweeping
------- ..
Check#
-----~,---
540.00
226725 Verizon Wireless
226722
618.12
00048453
226724 Universal Building Services & Supply Co
249069
Check#
---~-·
618.12
2W
226721
130.89
130.89
---- -
Check#
--
50244
226723 Tremco Weatherproofing Technologies
226720
1,400.00
Software Maintenance
226722 Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc
249115
Check#
----
1,400.00
3W
----
2,325.62
35GB Disk Drives
226721 SKM Systems Analysis Inc
249085
226719
--
2,325.62
2W
Check#
80.00
Tuition Reimbursement
226720 Sirius Computer Solutions Inc
249084
226718
----
80.00
2W
Check#
--- -Check#
3/6/201 4
9:49:53AM
226725
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/7/2014
Check#
226726 VW8-International LLC
PO
249094
00048413
2W
249077
00048720
Description 1
Classification
PO#
....--...-.-----., --n...--,
~-
---------·-
-_,.~--
Amount
----------.....------
--~----------
-- ---
Ref: inv 8055319420 9/20/13
-----------
-2,719.88
28,096.85
Paramount Ductless Enclosure
25,376.97
PV
Expense Reimbursement
249038
--------
2/11 Sacremento Cncl Mtg Milge
-~-~-
2W
249089
00048075
....._._..________
·------
~·-
__ _._,_
__
·------------..-. __,_ -----
------------
2W
249091
00048076
----------------__,_---
...........-- -.--- .......
----~--------------·
--------~~-~~~~--
~-
5,197.50
HVAC PM and Repairs
------
-----
---·------------
----------------------
Pest Control
-
-·
·--"'-
PV
249037
Expense Reimbursement
Check#
226729
433.00
-2/19 BayWork Job Fair Mileage
49.07
49.07
Grand Total
Page 8 of 9
226728
~--------
~---
Selina R. Zapien
Check#
-----~----
433.00
~26730
226727
._ _____________
5,197.50
226729 Western Exterminator
Check#
172.24
172.24
226728 Western Allied Mechanical Inc
226726
---
----
226727 Walter L. Wadlow
Check#
Check#
$3,977,730.91
3/6/2014
9:49:53AM
226730
The undersigned affirms that each of the itemized demands set forth above is for materials and/or services rendered to the Alameda County Water District,
that no demand has been previously paid in whole or in part, that proper procedures were followed in procurement of the materials and services , and
that adequate budgeted funds were available .
Date: 3/7/2014
~J&/(_GC..~~
Walter L. Wadlow, General Manager
Page 9 of 9
3/6/2014
9:49:53AM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/12/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
1966655CCal Public Employees' Retirement System
PM
249273
Mar 14 Medical- Active
309,149.93
309,149.93
Grand Total
Page 1 of 2
Check#
$309,149.93
3/12/2014
5:02:29PM
19666550
The undersigned affirms that each of the itemized demands set forth above is for materials and/or services rendered to the Alameda County Water District,
that no demand has been previously paid in whole or in part , that proper procedures were followed in procurement of the materials and services , and
that adequate budgeted funds were available .
Date: 3/12/2014
~f~
Shelley Burgett, Kifanager of Finance I Treasurer
~A~---
Walter L. Wadlow, General Manager
Page 2 of 2
3/12/2014
5:02:29PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
1226731
PO#
ACWAJ~IA__
PV
Classification
Description 1
Amount
~
-
·-
249145
.
- -
- -
March 2014 Dentai-MCP
-------·
69,797.32
69 ,797.32
---~-----
---------------
-
-
Check#
226731
Check#
226732
Check#
226733
-----------
226732 Admaii"Expres s _Inc
PV
249133
17,915.28
Pstge Wtr Supply Emerg Declar
17,915.28
226733 Air &~fool Engi iieeri!!g
2W
249310
co
--------------
00048020
526.75
Merchandise and Repairs
526.75
-----------------------·------- -- ·-
226734 Airgas ~NC ri) nc
2W
249177
----------·-------------------------------~------------
--
------·--
------------
00048225
213.85
Oxygen & Acetylen
213.85
2W
249175
00048044
7,957.63
Pest Control
7,957.63
249134
3/5/14-3/4/15 Wtr Sup Mem Dues
----~-~-----
226737 Allied Auto Stores _
249196
00048592
. - -. .-.-. . _- . . .__.. . . ___,______,._. _____
------------
~--""""--
226736
Check#
226737
Check#
226738
1,150.92
--___.,...----....-----.........------
·226738 AMEC Enviroment & Infrastructure
249132
Check#
--------------~-~-r---~·
1 '150.92
NO
226735
1,234.28
1,234.28
PD
Check#
---------
226736 Alliance for Water Efficiency
PV
226734
--
-------------·-------------------------
226735 Alameda County Agriculture
Check#
Customer Job -Overpayment refund
--~-----------~------
1,284.50
1,284.50
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3/13/201 4
2:48 :16PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
PO#
Check#
Description 1
Classification
nn
~26739:,..:Amejican lnno.Yati~il!LLJ:d
2W
249289
Amount
00047915
Remote Monitoring
-
31.79
-31.79
12 26740 =-Am pteks_jn_~
2W
249235
00047849
Circuit Breaker Maintenance
TesURepair/Replace Elec Comp
Temp Services
- ---1,039.44
2W
249242
00048122
Temp Services
2,326.96
2W
249244
00048122
Temp Services
2,272.64
2W
249246
00048122
Temp Services
3,303.57
2W
249245
00048122
Temp Services
1,061 .58
2W
249243
00048122
Temp Services
Check#
226740
Check#
226741
Check#
226742
852.81
--
10,857.00
-
226t4LA~MARK- Refre~hment Services
249184
226739
1,500.00
1,500.00
2W
Check#
00047841
Coffee Services/Supplies
160.00
-160.00
-
Uniform/Linen/Laundry Service
--
---~--
840.86
-840.86
Check#
226743
Check#
226744
Check#
226745
--
AtlaS:.Copco RE!rlta L!X~
2W
249238
00047518
6,024.40
6,024.40
ACWD Water Conservation Kits
---
15,594.32
15,594.32
Page 2 of 15
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
PO#
12 26746 Bartel Ass~ciates LLC- _
2W
249188
00048459
Description 1
Classification
----·
-·
-
Amount
6,250.00
Professional Services
6,250.00
249197
00048023
Material Handling Equipment
3W
249326
-
00048770
Inventory
385.67
50944
.
---------~---------- ~-------------·-·----------~---
'2 26749 Brady USA Inc_
249213
- - - ----------------
00048808
---
249189
-·
·----·- ·-----------··· --- ----------------
--
00048786
----
Bruce's Tires
2W
249319
.,_
00048024
~---
_______ ..._.,.__.._
-··
----· __
_____
--·
---------·
___,
•---· ---.
PV
Tires/Labor/Parts
------·----·-
Filing Fee Vallecitos Channel
_
-~~-,,............._--~~-----------------
PV
249140
PV
249137
-
---------
__.__._
~-·
Contract 160159
Water Supply Contract
226751
1,833.25
Check#
226752
Check#
226753
_____
247,743.00
6,516.62
254,259.62
Page 3 of 15
Check#
-1,833.25
226753 State of California
226750
474.21
·------
----------------
249135
Check#
-~~----......-------
---~-
474.21
'2 26752 California Department of Fish and Game
226749
3,320.15
Multi-Stage Pump
----------M--·-------···--__..
------., ____ ...
.,
____
.. ..-
Check#
------------~~~-~~~~----·~
3,320.15
226751
226748
2,450.87
Label Maker
226750 Bruce Barton Pump Service
Check#
-
--------------------
2,450.87
2W
226747
--
--·
------------------~--~-~-----
385.67
2W
Check#
77.66
Merchandise & Repairs
77.66
226748 Borg es & Ma!loney Co
226746
·-·---~------·
12 26747 Bay~ Equipment Co Inc
2W
Check#
3/1 3/2014
2 :48 :16PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
~26754._C ente r:Vl 1J~ayv _&r_oOi _ _ _
2W
249206
Description 1
Classification
PO#
00048026
- Equip Sales and Service
Amount
-
-~------------------
---~-----------------------
49.90
Tools & Repairs
49.90
Check#
226756
200.00
-
22675'C..C iean s ource _- __
-_
2W
249190 00048141
-----
- Janitorial Supplies
·-881.62
881 .62
'226Z_58 ..,:Co_!lstructl0J!..Te sting & Engineering Inc
2W
249292 00048299
------------·----------
Check#
226757
3,026.20
Material Testing
Check#
226758
Check#
226759
Check#
226760
-----~-----------
:226759_ Coiistru_ctioJJ Testing ~eJ:Yi ces Inc
2W
249295 00048590
11,520.60
Inspection Services
11,520.60
1
22676o-_:c o n_tractor C~mpiTh nce:_at~d _ Monito r:_ing
2W
249293 00048002
12267~1:-Cor:_!x..YVat~JJ~r.[du_ct§ lb c___
3W
249328 00048640
---
--
3,026.20
00048819
226755
n
200.00
249327
Check#
3,928.87
Service Awards for 6/2014
3,928.87
3W
226754
-
1226755 _Certif=-A -Gift Company
PV
249280
1226756_:-CJ Ma_chj ne e_r_oducts _ :
2W
249227 00047852
Check#
----~--------------~--------·-------
-
-
~-
----
Labor Compliance Program
------------
416.65
416.65
=- __
n
n
Inventory
15103
10,053.29
Inventory
39800
13,254.40
23,307.69
Page 4 of 15
-Check#
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
226761
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
Classification
PO#
Description 1
~.....,·~----..-...
'226762 California Urb__anAWater Conservation
PV
249136
...
--
_,
--
-·~
Amount
~~~~-
5,882.63
2014 Annual Membership Dues
5,882.63
Check#
226762
Check#
226763
Check#
226764
Check#
226765
-------------------------------------------------------------~----
226763
Degenkolb~Eogineers
2W
249296
25,932.23
00047449
25,932.23
226764 Dell Marketing} .P
2W
249193 00048817
-
-------- ---
------~--~--------------~-----
~--
2,484.38
Dell Port Replicator/Adapter
2,484.38
226765 Du-AII SafeJy D-iyisio11
2W
249191
00048205
------------· --------------------------------------------------------
--------
------~
900.00
Monthly Safety Training
900.00
226766 Dun-Rite Excavating Inc
2W
249194 00048101
-
--------------------------·-·-
----
------ ··-·--------- ----- ---- ----- ------·
-~
1,250.00
Asphalt Pavement Replacement
1,250.00
226767 Endress+ Hauser
2W
249195 00048749
--------~-~-~---...--~-M-
----"'--------~--
----"
--
-~
__...
_..,_
--~~--~~--~-
---~--
---
_.,_
-------
_..___
_
Promag Flowmeter
·-----------
Commercial Lab Services
Check#
226767
Check#
226768
5,510.86
------~-------
160.00
160.00
,226769 Ewing Irrigation Products Inc
2W
249215 00048030
226766
--------~------
5,510.86
226768 Eurofins_Eaton ~nalyJical Inc
2W
249208 00048088
Check#
-Landscape & Irrigation Products
Irrigation Supplies
528.43
528.43
Page 5 of 15
Check#
3/13/201 4
2:48:16 PM
226769
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
PO#
Check#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
1226770 __: Fede_ral Expre.Ssj :orpPV
249141
64.10
Paul Rodriguez
64.10
~2677_1 = ~:rerr:tonLUrgeii(Care_centet:
2W
249216
Medical Services
209.00
Exams Safety Related
209.00
i226772 _:"Citi
ol
-
Ere mont - Financial Services
--
-
249143
Encroachment permit 13ENC0579
4,894.18
PV
249281
40763 AMBAR PL at property
1'168.00
6,062.18
2W
249218
w
-
-
1226774-_MiujCU"I J_,_G_gnzalez
-
..
-
--
Expense Reimbursement
249346
-
-
PV
-------------------------------
·----~--~--
Expense Reimbursement
249349
-
-
~
2W
249301
----
00047241
---
3W
249324
00048743
2W
249220
00048751
Check#
226773
Check#
226774
-----------------------
344.60
2/24-2/26 hotel WQI class
-
--
--
--
-
Check#
226775
Check#
226776
Check#
226777
-
231,894.50
Consulting Services
231,894.50
'226777 H D SJJ~PJ~ Waie..Wor ksj,TO
226772
--
-----------
-------
344.60
1
226776 -G_tiD lrl c_-=._
Check#
136.63
2/03-2/05 mileage CUPA conf
136.63
~26775 Mike E. G ~e ne
226771
2,968.82
00047622
2,968.82
PV
Check#
-----
--
PV
1226773 Gates & Associates
226770
--
~
00048123
Check#
-
Inventory
22400
16" STD Wall Steel Pipe
418.51
3,880.30
4,298.81
Page 6 of 15
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
---------·-~---··-------·--·-·--···
226778 Harlin gtonJ ndusfr:laiJ~)astics LLC
2W
249226
00047856
TP2 Non-Stock Items
2W
249219
00047869
Merchandise
1,680.87
267.10
1,947.97
226n9_ Noah S.
PV
Haus~rnann ~ ~
249350
------------,........__------ .........
____
-
IIOio-
Ia.
.....
Expense Reimbursement
-·-------
-
3W
249325
00048806
Inventory
2W
249222
00048032
-·-· --------·--------·-- ---- -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ----~----~---..----.-·--··
_______
---~---·
.._
367.65
367.65
3W
249323
Inventory
NO
-----------·--
249131
--Check#
226781
2,218.00
30268
2,218.00
226783 Kartik Jaggi
226780
---
----------00048803
Check#
-----
__________________________________
Merchandise
226782 IWT/Cargo-Guard
226779
590.62
23503
590.62
226781 Hulbert Lumber Co
Check#
-
-----------
--·--------··-- ---·-------- ---·- --- .. ----·------------------
226778
153.03
2/27-2/28 mileage-training
153.03
226780 Hayward PipEi_& SliPPIY Co
Check#
Check#
226782
Check#
226783
Check#
226784
-----~--
5,713.33
Customer Job - Overpayment refund
5,713.33
-
,2 26784 Johnson Service Group Inc
---
--------------------- ---------
2W
249320
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
886.40
2W
249253
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
920.96
2W
249248
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
2,417.28
2W
249249
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,498.56
2W
249251
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,507.68
2W
249247
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,258.88
8,489.76
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3/13/2014
2:48 :16PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
PO#
Check#
Descri~tion
Classification
-
122~85__Katz &~A§sQ.ciates Inc
00047736
2W
249214
-----~~-
1
Amount
--Professional Services
--~~------
..
~
3,176.25
3,176.25
__ -
i2 26786_ MartLi iK.91ier ~
PV
249347
-
...,
-
---"'--~-
Expense Reimbursement
-
--
-
20.00
- - -----Garage- Nut, Bolt & Fastener
1"1"'
-
-
Backfill Material
2,243.75
Mar 14 Life Basic MCP
Check#
226788
Check#
226789
Check#
226790
Check#
226791
Check#
226792
16,194.73
16,194.73
---
226790 _ Lol}e_"t:reJt Ir~uc~kingJ.n~
00048150
2W
249230
Trucking Services
Transport WTP Solids
2,070.00
2,070.00
00047147
226787
-
----~---
226789 lifi_lnsurance_Company_of North A m erica
PV
249279
249231
Check#
-2,243.75
2W
226786
328.50
--~----------
00048110
~26791_LSA Asso_cLates Inc
Check#
---
-..........----
328.50
'2 26788 Letiigh..Hiii~ol}
2W
249228
226785
20.00
3/05 parking ACWA Symposium
i22§7JJ7 -_Ca~son Prod_!.l~ts Inc - - _
2W
249223
00048062
Check#
-9,248.73
-
9,248.73
-~--~-~~--
i2 26792 -"-Mci5elvey Pri_!lting_&_Gr_a-phics LLC
2W
249233
00048793
Laser Direct Deposit Sheets
982.30
982.30
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3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
226793 Milpitas Materials Co
2W
249234
00048111
Backfill Material
601.67
-601 .67
249237
00047704
Rater Services
718.75
--
718.75
226795 National Consolidated Couriers Inc
2W
249239
226793
~-
226794 Moore lacofano Goltsm_an Inc
2W
Check#
00048648
Courier Services
2,304.96
2,304.96
--Check#
226794
--Check#
226795
Check#
226796
226796 Pacific EcoRisk Inc__
2W
249278
00048233
Bio Toxicity Analysis
750.00
750.00
--
226797 Pape Machinery Inc
2W
249275
____....._~-
00048037
494.95
-494.95
249277
226797
____ __
226798 PFM Asset Management LLC
2W
Check#
_____,_
00046985
Investment Advisory Service
6,463.88
6,463.88
Check#
226798
Check#
226799
Check#
226800
226799 Praxair Inc
2W
249276
00048656
3,065.96
3,065.96
226800 R & D Technical Services
2W
249255
00048128
Temp Services
2,745.60
2W
249254
00048128
Temp Services
2,079.00
2W
249256
00048128
Temp Services
1,320.00
6,144.60
Page 9 of 15
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
'226801
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
Red_Wjng:=s lloe Store
PV
249337
1,484.54
1,484.54
249284
00048047
-
~26803- Republic S«trvices_..1#~1 ~
-- ----------------------------------------
249282
00048515
Garbage Service
546.10
2W
249283
00048515
Garbage Service
468.47
1,014.57
··-----·------
1226804 PauL G. RoJi r!guez
PV
249342
Expense Reimbursement
226803
Check#
226804
Check#
226805
Check#
226806
Check#
226807
274.57
2/25-2/27 mileage-Server 2012
----
RO!i._D_ayis Ad~.ca~
2W
249285 00048523
3,925.33
Legislative Representative
3,925.33
249322
Check#
-----------------~-----------
274.57
3W
226802
--~------~-------------------
2W
- -
Check#
2,165.42
Garbage & Recycling Services
2,165.42
~2_6806 - Ro§..emourit Iii.£-
226801
-~-------~-----------------~----------~--~-------~------
~26802 _ Rep~ublic~Services~#9.:"16
2W
Check#
-
00048769
-
------------
Inventory
-
1,135.24
53703
1,135.24
------------
----
---
---
---
----------------
----------------~--
1
226807-=._ san FrpQcisco B_ay_Regiona! PV
249144
-------
Filing Fee Vallecitos Channel
---------------
4,205.00
4,205.00
Page 10 of 15
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
226808
PO#
_ San~FranCisco
Description 1
Classification
Amount
PUC-Water Department
PV
249332
0600000000 1/22-2/20
226,997.45
PV
249336
0800000000 1/22-2/20
10,606.00
PV
249333
1600000000 1/22-2/20
476,798.45
PV
249329
6500000000 1/22-2/20
577.00
PV
249334
6700000000 1/22-2/20
1,229,927.50
PV
249335
7700000000 1/22-2/20
579 .45
PV
249330
8500000000 1/22-2/20
3,895.40
PV
249331
9500000000 1/22-2/20
8,790.50
1,958,171 .75
226809 Sanderson Safety Supply
3W
249321
00048802
Inventory
40067
-
146.06
SCBA/Material Testing
226811 Shape Products
249287
226809
"-------.-.-'"'-------"'
00047859
51 .50
--
2W
Check#
·--
226810 SCBA Safety Check Inc
249288
226808
146.06
--
2W
Check#
00048250
Ammonia Hydroxide Solution 2%
51 .50
Check#
"
--
1,047.77
1,047.77
226810
-~
Check#
226811
Check#
226812
.226812 Robert T. Shaver
PV
249348
Expense Reimbursement
2/10-2/08 mileage-various
225.33
-225.33
---
226813 Silicon Valley Professional Staffing Inc
2W
249257
00048129
Temp Services
1,856 .00
2W
249258
00048129
Temp Services
2,320.00
4,176.00
Page 11 of 15
--
Check#
3/1 3/2014
2:48:16 PM
226813
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
Description 1
Classification
PO#
1
226814 SST~Benefits Co nsu-lting
2W
249290
00047543
Amount
Professional Services Contract
7,500.00
7,500.00
~26815
_-Steven K Schaffer _
2W
249286
00048234
~~~·
Consulting Services
-
-
---
- - - 1/28 parking-Oak County Clerk
"
Expense Reimbursement
~
w
"
---135419
Check#
226815
Check#
226816
Check#
226817
Check#
226818
Check#
226819
--- --384.50384.50
:226817-=-r elePacific Cgmmunications
PV
249341
226814
---5,156.25
-
5,156.25
~2G8j 6_Ett~aret ·H ~Steveiiioii"
PV
249343
Check#
1,102.33
1,102.33
---------------~------~----------~---------------------------·
'226818 J eiSpan
PV
249338
161.32
161.32
:226819 TLC Adminisfuttors ___
2W
249294
00047846
~~~
--
-
Admin Service Flex Spend
16.41
16.41
-
1226820~_T~~ h "Plate Rental Co__
2W
249299
-Trench
- ----Plate Rentals
00048095
--725.17
725.17
_
12268 21_ Tru~teoln!e"l nc_ __ _
2W
249298
00047843
~
- -
--
-
Background Screening
226820
Check#
226821
---
125.95
125.95
Page 12 of 15
Check#
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
226822 Oat Wai Tse
PV
249344
Expense Reimbursement
2/19 Implementing Cisco reg
200.00
200.00
Check#
226822
Check#
226823
Check#
226824
Check#
226825
Check#
226826
Check#
226827
Check#
226828
Check#
226829
226823 City of Union City
2W
249272
00047863
Encroachment Permits
1,962.00
1,962.00
226824 Union Sanitary District
2W
249300
00048100
Leak Repair Assistance
2,292.26
2,292.26
226825 Univar USA Inc
2W
249303
00048155
Sodium Hydroxide 50%
5,482.00
2W
249304
00048158
Sodium Hypochlorite
1,717.97
7,199.97
226826 URS Corporation
2W
249302
7,395.00
00046218
7,395.00
226827 Utility Training Academy
2W
249305
00048759
3,600.00
Training
3,600.00
226828 Valley Oil Co
2W
249311
00048143
Gasoline & Diesel Fuel
19,489.61
19,489.61
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---------
-
-------- - - - - - -
------------------------------
226829 Vasco Road Landfill
2W
249306
00048152
TP2 Solids Reuse
949.36
949.36
Page 13 of 15
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2:48 :16P M
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/14/2014
Check#
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Grand Total
Page 14 of 15
Amount
$2,846,671.63
3/13/2014
2:48:16PM
The undersigned affirms that each of the itemized demands set forth above is for materials and/or services rendered to the Alameda County Water District,
that no demand has been previously paid in whole or in part , that proper procedures were followed in procurement of the materials and services, and
that adequate budgeted funds were available .
Date: 3/14/2014
'l ~J&1~ ;JJ-_ _ _
Walter L. Wadlow, General Manager
Page15of15
3/1 3/2014
2:48 :16PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
.
I
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
226830 Arleen M. Abuda
PV
249471
Expense Reimbursement
7/13 Internet
500.00
500.00
Check#
226830
Check#
226831
Check#
226832
Check#
226833
Check#
226834
Check#
226835
Check#
226836
226831 ACWD Cashier's Fund
PV
249431
Petty Cash
0115 Ref/DIPS/J. Rodriguez
216.76
216.76
226832 ACWD Employees Association
T7
249663
1,001 .00
PR Deduction or Garnishment
1,001.00
226833 Alameda Electrical Distributors c/o CST
2W
249352
00048799
Electronic Eq Maintenance
PLC Programming Software
5,300.00
5,300.00
226834 Alliance Welding Supplies Inc
2W
249364
00048492
Chemicals
Liquid Oxygen (LOX)
10,268.93
10,268.93
226835 Allied Auto Stores
2W
249361
00048592
Auto Parts
Auto Parts
478.44
478.44
226836 Apple One Employment Services
2W
249438
00048122
Temp Services
2,261.44
2W
249440
00048122
Temp Services
4,102.83
2W
249439
00048122
Temp Services
1,094.36
2W
249437
00048122
Temp Services
1,045.38
8,504.01
Page 1 of 9
3/21/2014
8:44:21AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
226837 ARAMARK Refreshment Services
2W
249429
00047841
Services
1,132.59
1,132.59
Check#
226837
Check#
226838
Check#
226839
Check#
226840
Check#
226841
Check#
226842
Check#
226843
Check#
226844
226838 Aramark Uniform Services
2W
249380
00048715
Uniforms
Uniform/Linen/Laundry Service
486.40
486.40
226839 Avista Technologies
2W
249436
00048575
Chemicals
Sodium Metabisulfite
2,281.15
2,281.15
226840 ASirepro.com
2W
249383
00048081
Printing
Reproductive Services/Supplies
77.39
77.39
226841 Bank of Marin
PV
249475
00048425
Financial Services
Escrow 05-512926-West Bay Buil
14,603.50
14,603.50
226842 Bank of Marin
PV
249480
00048425
Financial Services
Escrow 05-512926-West Bay Buil
31,823.00
31,823.00
226843 Bay Equipment Co Inc
2W
249384
00048023
Material Handling Eq
Merchandise & Repairs
502.38
502.38
226844 Cal Public Employees' Retirement System
PV
249420
Employee Benefits
April 2014 Medical- Active
313,305.48
313,305.48
Page 2 of9
3/21/2014
8:44:21AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
.
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
226845 California Generator Service
2W
249385
00048243
Services
Preventative Maintenance
1,752.03
1,752 .03
Check#
226845
Check#
226846
Check#
226847
Check#
226848
Check#
226849
Check#
226850
Check#
226851
Check#
226852
226846 California UST Services
2W
249386
00047992
Services
Yearly Purchase Order
259.60
259.60
226847 CaiPERS Long Term Care Program
T7
249665
635.63
PR Deduction or Garnishment
635.63
226848 N Harris Computer Corporation
2W
249387
00048760
Software Sales & Support
Cayenta CU Software Services
2,325 .00
2,325.00
226849 Central Maintenance Company
2W
249389
00047975
Janitorial
Janitorial Services
4,856.33
4,856.33
226850 Todd A. Christner
PV
249477
Expense Reimbursement
2/27 MS training
450.38
450.38
226851 COM Smith Inc
2W
249388
00047597
Professional Services
Professional Services
16,891 .39
16,891 .39
226852 Dale Hardware
2W
249391
00047868
Parts
Merchandise
127.97
127.97
Page 3 of9
3/21/2014
8:44: 21AM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
226853
Dell Marketing LP
2W
249392
00048833
Classification
Description 1
Computer Sales & Support
Dell 20 Monitors
Amount
865.35
865.35
226854
Reno R. Deii'Acqua Jr.
PV
249476
Expense Reimbursement
2126 mileage Distr training
Federal Express Corp
PV
249427
Services
Paula Simas
Ferguson Enterprises Inc #1423
2W
249407
00048792
Parts
1" Combination ARV
Ferguson Welding Service Inc
2W
249418
00048085
Services
Welding Services
Fremont Chamber of Commerce
PV
249422
City I County I GOV
Dues 411114-3131115 Walt Wadlo
Traci K. Fung
PV
249472
Expense Reimbursement
2128 mileage CDSA Board mtg
Global Diving & Salvage Inc.
2W
249405
00048795
Services
Emergency Installation
226856
Check#
226857
Check#
226858
Check#
226859
Check#
226860
32,465.00
32,465.00
Page 4 of9
Check#
423.72
423.72
226860
226855
389.00
389.00
226859
Check#
9,460.27
9,460.27
226858
226854
392.40
392.40
226857
Check#
17.52
17.52
226856
226853
127.03
127.03
226855
Check#
3/21/2014
8:44:21AM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
226861
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
Granite Rock Company
2W
249406
00048106
Materials
Backfill Material
3,094.22
3,094.22
Check#
226861
Check#
226862
Check#
226863
Check#
226864
Check#
226865
226862 IRS US Treasury
T7
249666
1,200.00
PR Deduction or Garnishment
1,200.00
226863 Johnson Service Group Inc
2W
249447
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1 ' 108.00
2W
249444
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,093.64
2W
249442
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
3,474.84
2W
249443
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,873.20
2W
249446
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,507.68
2W
249441
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,573.60
2W
249453
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,052.60
2W
249451
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
820 .23
2W
249449
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
3,531.50
2W
249450
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,873.20
2W
249452
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,842.72
2W
249448
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
2,030.93
21 ,782.14
226864 Layne Christensen Co
PV
249423
Equipment Rental
3 mo Boster Pump Rental
6,000.00
6,000.00
226865 Lehigh Hanson
2W
249410
00048110
Materials
Backfill Material
1,908 .67
1,908.67
Page 5 of 9
3/21/2014
8:44:21AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
226866 The Lipman Company
T7
249664
PR Deduction or Garnishment
5,687.92
5,687.92
Check#
226866
Check#
226867
Check#
226868
Check#
226869
Check#
226870
Check#
226871
Check#
226872
Check#
226873
226867 Metropolitan Water Dist of So CA
PV
249424
Legal Services
Area of Origin Litigation
38.74
38.74
226868 Micronics, Inc.
2W
249411
00048657
Materials
Filter Press Cloths
10,372.13
10,372.13
226869 Mountain Cascade Inc
2W
249412
00048282
Construction Services
Construction Contract
351 ,927.49
351,927.49
226870 Museum of Local History
PV
249425
Services
ACWD Brd Memb Biography Resrch
2,500.00
2,500.00
226871
Networkfleet Inc
2W
249413
00048454
Services
GPS Monitoring
2,919.75
2,919.75
226872 Off Site Records Management LLC
2W
249415
00047857
Services
Offsite Storage
768.79
2W
249430
00047858
Services
On-Site Destruction
213.75
982.54
226873 Operating Engineers Local No 3
T7
249667
PR Deduction or Garnishment
7,257.00
7,257.00
Page 6 of9
3/21/2014
8:44:21AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
226874 Oracle America Inc
2W
249416
00047684
Software Sales & Support
JDE 9.1 Annual Maintenance
23 ,386.19
23 ,386.19
Check#
226874
Check#
226875
Check#
226876
Check#
226877
Check#
226878
Check#
226879
Check#
226880
226875 L. S. Peterson
PV
249470
Expense Reimbursement
2/19-3/03 mileage various mtgs
827 .60
827.60
226876 R & D Technical Services
2W
249457
00048128
Temp Services
1,168.20
2W
249455
00048128
Temp Services
3,054.48
2W
249454
00048128
Temp Services
2,162.16
2W
249456
00048128
Temp Services
1,188.00
7,572 .84
226877 Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc
2W
249465
00048283
Professional Services
Professional Services Contract
5,665.50
2W
249464
00048309
Professional Services
Professional Services Contract
7,940 .75
13,606.25
226878 Reliastar Life Insurance Company
PV
249479
Employee Benefits
Mar 14 Cl MCP
PV
249478
Employee Benefits
Mar 14 DIT MCP
528.93
1 ' 151 .24
1,680.17
226879 Reliasys Inc
2W
249466
00047150
20 ,400 .00
Professional Services
20 ,400.00
226880 Sharp Business Systems
2W
249467
00047860
Office Equip Sales and Service
Photocopier Maintenance/Toner
759 .56
759.56
Page 7 of 9
3/21/20 14
8:44 :21AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/21/2014
Check#
PO#
Classification
226881 Silicon Valley Professional Staffing Inc
2W
249458
00048129
Temp Services
Description 1
~~
-
Amount
~
2,320.00
2,320.00
Check#
226881
Check#
226882
Check#
226883
Check#
226884
Check#
226885
Check#
226886
Check#
226887
226882 Snap On Industrial
2W
249469
00048791
Materials
Modis Ultra Industrial
4,904.18
4,904.18
226883 Univar USA Inc
2W
249461
00048155
Chemicals
Sodium Hydroxide 50%
2W
249459
00048158
Chemicals
Sodium Hypochlorite
10,500.63
1,297.82
11,798.45
226884 Valley Oil Co
2W
249462
00048073
Gas I Oil/ Compr Air
Motor Oil
2W
249463
00048143
Gas I Oil/ Compr Air
Gasoline & Diesel Fuel
116.63
5,674.47
5,791.10
226885 West Bay Builders Inc
PV
249474
00048425
Construction Services
277,466.50
277,466.50
226886 Western Exterminator
2W
249468
00048076
Services
Pest Control
225.00
225.00
226887 XO Communications
PV
249473
Telecommunications
1,022.61
1,022.61
Grand Total
Page 8 of9
$1,249,350.70
3/21/2014
8:44:21AM
The undersigned affirms that each of the itemized demands set forth above is for materials and/or services rendered to the Alameda County Water District,
that no demand has been previously paid in whole or in part, that proper procedures were followed in procurement of the materials and services , and
that adequate budgeted funds were available.
Date : 3/21 /2014
~ff
Shelley Burgett, Manager of Finance/ Treasurer
UJL1 /J~---
Walter L. Wadlow, General Manager
Page 9 of 9
3/2 1/2014
8 44:21AM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226888
PO#
Accurate Crane Service Inc
2W
249686
00047848
Classification
Description 1
Equipment Rental
Crane Rental Services
Amount
2,000.00
2,000.00
226889
Airgas NCN Inc
2W
249691
00047914
Alliance Welding Supplies Inc
2W
249693
00048492
Chemicals
Liquid Oxygen (LOX)
Allied Auto Stores
PD
249704
00048592
Ambius Inc (28)
2W
249706
00048049
Building Maintenance
Indoor Plant Maintenance
Apple One Employment Services
2W
249833
00048122
Check#
226890
Check#
226891
Check#
226892
Check#
226893
776.00
776.00
226893
226889
274.51
Parts & Materials
274.51
226892
Check#
5,290.82
5,290.82
226891
226888
1,328.02
Gas I Oil/ Compr Air
1,328.02
226890
Check#
Temp Services
4,131 .53
2W
249832
00048122
Temp Services
1,344.39
2W
249830
00048122
Temp Services
1,100.40
2W
249831
00048122
Temp Services
1,392.40
2W
249834
00048122
Temp Services
1,572.00
2W
249838
00048122
Temp Services
4,218.95
2W
249837
00048122
Temp Services
1,397.67
2W
249835
00048122
Temp Services
1,100.40
2W
2498 36
00048122
Temp Services
1,392.40
2W
249839
' 00048122
Temp Services
1,572.00
19,222.14
Page 1 of 13
3/27/2014
326 :26PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226894
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
ARAMARK Refreshment Services
2W
249719
00047841
Services
766.75
766.75
226895
249718
00048715
Uniforms
Uniform/Linen/Laundry Service
249809
Telecommunications
Acct C607316755777
---
249808
City I County I GOV
ACSDA Annl Din J Weed M Koller
Check#
226897
Check#
226898
Check#
226899
Check#
226900
Check#
226901
118.00
118.00
Kathy R. Barnes-Jones
PV
249684
Expense Reimbursement
3/18 SDRMA seminar mileage
68.22
68.22
Bartel Associates LLC
2W
249722
00048459
Professional Services
Professional Services
1,385.00
---
1,385.00
Bruce's Tires
2W
249866
00048024
Parts & Materials
Tires/Labor/Parts
3,203.65
---
3,203 .65
226901
226896
ACSDA
PV
226900
Check#
4,230.77
4,230.77
226899
226895
AT&T
PV
226898
Check#
681 .03
681 .03
226897
226894
Aramark Uniform Services
2W
226896
Check#
Shelley Y. Burgett
PV
249685
Expense Reimbursement
2/18 airfare SFO-PSP CSMFO
1,067.14
1,067.14
Pa ge 2 of 13
3/27/2014
326:26PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226902
PO#
Description 1
Classification
Amount
Burlingame Engineers Inc
2W
249728
00048710
Parts & Materials
Drive Shaft Mac G ECC
1,156.50
---
1,156.50
226903
249829
00048766
Inventory
53955
249721
Expense Reimbursement
3/05Con-Expo meal
PO
249811
00047763
Software Sales & Support
2W
249735
00048846
Software Sales & Support
Check#
226905
Check#
226906
Check#
226907
Chec k#
226908
Check#
226909
-420.60
Proline 10GBASE-LR SPF+F
4,323.86
Centerville Locksmith
2W
249734
00048025
Parts & Materials
Locks/Services
68.23
68.23
Centerville Saw & Tool
2W
249761
00048026
Equip Sa les and Service
Tools & Repairs
367.45
367.45
Charles M Doss
2W
249736
00048135
Professional Services
Design/Production/Layout
695.42
695.42
226909
226904
COW Government Inc
3,903.26
226908
Check#
222.50
222.50
226907
226903
Michael M. Casey
PV
226906
Check#
278.37
278.37
226905
226902
Caltrollnc
3W
226904
Check#
CJ Machine Products
3W
249824
00048782
Inventory
22302
3,420.00
3,420.00
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3/27/2014
3:26:26PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226910
PO#
Clean Source
2W
249739
00048141
Description 1
Classification
Parts & Materials
Janitorial Supplies
Amount
886.86
886.86
226911
Command Security Corporation
2W
249741
00047965
Security
Security Guard Patrol
Construction Testing & Engineering Inc
2W
249743
Professional Services
00048299
Material Testing
Corix Water Products Inc
3W
249828
00048826
3W
249826
00048836
Inventory
22300
15,915.63
Inventory
11013
2,609.46
18,525.09
226914
Cresco Tool & Equipment Rental
PV
249810
Cummins West Inc
2W
249867
00048213
Parts & Materials
Parts/Services
Dale Hardware
PO
249759
00047868
Degenkolb Engineers
2W
249754
00047449
226912
Check#
226913
Check#
226914
Check#
226915
Check#
226916
Ch eck#
226917
96.38
Parts & Materials
96.38
226917
Check#
560.02
560.02
226916
226911
299.42
Equipment Rental
299.42
226915
Check#
1,337.20
1,337.20
226913
226910
11 ,848.43
11 ,848.43
226912
Check#
14,325.51
Professional Services
---
14,325.51
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3/27/2014
3:2626PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending
Check#
226918
PO#
Dell Marketing LP
2W
249757
2W
249755
Description
Classification
3/28/2014
1
00048817
Computer Sales & Support
Dell Base Units (Qty 2)
00048873
Computer Sales & Support
Dell 4 GB Memory Module
Amount
9,417.77
313.85
9,731 .62
226919
Direct Line Tele Response
2W
249758
00047839
Services
Telephone Answering Service
EMA Inc
2W
249863
00048513
Professional Services
Consulting Services
Engineered Soil Repa irs Inc
2W
249764
00048516
---
Eurofins Eaton Analytical Inc
2W
249775
00048088
Laboratory
Commercial Lab Services
Ewing Irrigation Produ cts Inc
2W
249788
00048030
Landscaping
Irrigation Suppl ies
Farwest Corrosion Contr o l Company
3W
249822
00048834
Inventory
72003
Federal Express Corp
PV
249813
Check#
226921
Check#
226922
Check#
226923
Check#
226924
Check#
226925
3,171 .90
3,171.90
226925
226920
256.36
256.36
226924
Check#
2,935.00
2,935.00
226923
226919
39,487.32
Construction Services
39,487.32
226922
Check#
7,510.00
7,510.00
226921
226918
987.78
987.78
226920
Check#
Services
Andy Warren
68.28
68.28
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3/27/2014
3:26:26PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226926
PO#
Description 1
Classifi~ation
Amount
Ferguson Enterprises Inc #1423
3W
249821
00048811
Inventory
27113
2,683.36
2,683.36
226927
249763
00047917
Services
E-Bill Fees
---
249825
00048763
Inventory
50902
249778
00047900
Printing
Business Cards
Check#
226929
Check#
226930
Check#
226931
Check#
226932
Check#
226933
131.35
131 .35
Fremont Recycling & Transfer Station
2W
249779
00048104
Waste I Recycling
Disposal Services
3,167.42
3,167.42
Fremont Urgent Care Center
2W
249780
00047844
Medical Services
Exams Pre-Employment
166.00
166.00
City of Fremont - Financial Services
PV
249815
City I County I GOV
Hywrd Fault Pipeln Retr
PV
249814
City I County I GOV
HQ Landscape Grimmer Blvd
PV
249816
City I County I GOV
311114-3115114 Ecrchmnt Prmts
5,962.05
496.52
2,980.20
9,438.77
226933
226928
Fremont Minuteman Press
2W
226932
Check#
1,305.82
1,305.82
226931
226927
Foster Flow Control
3W
226930
Check#
1,577.48
1,577.48
226929
226926
Fiserv
2W
226928
Check#
Golden Gate Truck Center
2W
249787
00048031
Parts & Materials
Automotive Repair & Parts
279.72
279.72
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3:26:26PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226934
PO#
Golden State Lumber
2W
249782
00048378
Classification
Description 1
Parts & Materials
Lumber
Amount
152.79
152.79
226935
Gym Doctors
2W
249783
00048118
Services
Preventative Maintenance
Harn R/0 Systems Inc
2W
249784
00048011
Hayward Pipe & Supply Co
3W
249820
00048827
---
Inventory
22401
Hercules Inc
2W
249789
00048124
Hill Brothers Chemical Co
2W
249786
00048653
---
Chemicals
Aqua Ammonia
Industrial Employers & Distributors Assn
2W
249791
00048368
Services
---
Iron Mountain
2W
249792
00047929
Check#
226937
Check#
226938
Check#
226939
Check#
226940
Ch eck#
226941
1,321.20
1,321 .20
226941
226936
1,618.30
1,618.30
226940
Check#
1,402.83
Chemica ls
1,402.83
226939
226935
439.27
439.27
226938
Check#
14,555.00
Professional Services
14,555.00
226937
226934
135.00
135.00
226936
Check#
Services
Offsite Tape Vaulting
573.61
573.61
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3/27/2014
3:26 26PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226942
PO#
ltron Inc
2W
249793
00047994
Description 1
Classification
Software Sales & Support
ltron Software Maintenance
Amount
647.12
647.12
226943
Johnson Service Group Inc
2W
249845
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,108.00
2W
249843
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,093.64
2W
249841
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
3,040.49
2W
249842
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
2,435.20
2W
249844
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
1,465.80
2W
249840
00048126
Temp Services
Temporary Servcies
2,281 .72
11 ,424.85
226944
Kelly Moore Paint Co
2W
249806
00048033
Parts & Materials
Paint Supplies
Kemira Water Solutions Inc
2W
249799
00048157
Chemicals
Ferric Chloride
---
Lawson Products Inc
2W
249800
00048062
Parts & Materials
Garage - Nut, Bolt & Fastener
Manco
3W
249819
00048761
Inventory
52210
McGuire & Hester
2W
249801
00047959
Professional Services
Design Build Services
226944
Check#
226945
Check#
226946
Check#
226947
Check#
226948
1,204,718.75
1,204,718.75
Page 8 of 13
Check#
1,287.89
1,287.89
226948
226943
466.92
466.92
226947
Check#
12,565.70
12,565.70
226946
226942
416.52
416.52
226945
Check#
3/27/2014
3:26:26PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226949
PO#
Classification
Descriotign_1
Amount
Melissa Data Corporation
2W
249802
00048837
Software Sales & Support
Address Verification Software
3,600.00
3,600.00
226950
249818
00048361
Inventory
52365
249803
00048034
Parts & Materials
Automotive Parts & Repairs
249804
00048090
Services
Meter Repa ir/Testing
Check#
226952
Check#
226953
Check#
226954
Check#
22.6955
Check#
226956
1,765.00
1,765.00
MyOfficeProducts.com
2W
249864
00047905
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
4,786.93
4,786.93
Pac ific Gas & Electric Co
PV
249817
Uti lity
Acct 6022620803-5
154,484.05
154,484.05
Pape Machinery Inc
2W
249670
00048037
Equip Sales and Service
416.37
416.37
226956
226951
MVP Repair Service Co
2W
226955
Check#
21 .42
21 .42
226954
226950
Mission Valley Ford
2W
22~953
Check#
1,324.00
1,324.00
226952
226949
Mil-Ram Technology Inc
3W
226951
Check#
L. S. Peterson
PV
249683
Expense Reimbursement
Southbay Eng Dues FY13-14
45.00
45.00
Page 9 of 13
3/27/2014
32626PM
Alameda Countv Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226957
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
R & D Technical Services
2W
249847
00048128
Temp Services
2,402.40
2W
249846
00048128
Temp Services
2,217.60
2W
249848
00048128
Temp Services
1,320.00
5,940.00
226958
249849
00048112
Materials
Backfill Material
249720
Expense Reimbursement
3105 Con-Expo meal
Check#
226959
Check#
226960
Check#
226961
Check#
226962
177.50
177.50
San Francisco PUC-Water Department
PV
249858
City I County I GOV
0600000000 2121 -3119
167,339.95
PV
249862
City I County I GOV
0800000000 2121-3119
10,606.00
PV
249859
City I County I GOV
1600000000 2121 -3119
254,688.80
PV
249855
City I County I GOV
6500000000 2121 -3119
577.00
PV
249860
City I County I GOV
6700000000 2121-3/19
560,195.50
PV
249861
City I County I GOV
7700000000 2121-3/19
1,696.65
PV
249856
City I County I GOV
8500000000 2121-3119
3,888.05
PV
249857
City I County I GOV
9500000000 2121-3119
56,935.45
1,055,927.40
Schaa's lawnmower Sales & Service
2W
249673
00048079
Parts & Materials
Merchandise & Repairs
60.12
60.12
226962
226958
Michael T. Roseman
PV
226961
Check#
294.42
294.42
226960
226957
Right Away Redy Mix Inc
2W
226959
Check#
Sentry Alarm Systems
2W
249671
00048069
Security
Security & Fire System Repairs
168.06
168.06
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3:26:26PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226963
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
Silicon Valley Professional Staffing Inc
2W
249850
00048129
Temp Serv ices
2,320.00
---
2,320.00
226964
249672
00048838
Parts & Materials
Xerox Black Toner, 4510
249727
City I County I GOV
FY13-14 Workers Comp 4th Qtr
249674
00047846
Services
Admin Service Flex Spend
Check#
226966
Check#
226967
Check#
226968
Check#
226969
Check#
226970
270.00
270.00
Trench Plate Rental Co
2W
249676
00048095
Parts & Materials
Trench Plate Rentals
967.57
2W
249675
00048095
Pa rts & Materials
Trench Plate Rentals
651 .62
1,619.19
Union San itary District
2W
249853
00048100
City I County I GOV
Leak Repair Assistance
2,528.77
2,528.77
Univar USA Inc
2W
249678
00048155
Chem ica ls
Sodium Hydroxide 50%
5,694.72
2W
249677
00048158
Chem ica ls
Sodium Hypochlorite
1,720.12
7,414.84
226970
226965
TLC Administrators
2W
226969
Check#
187,695.00
187,695.00
226968
226964
Special District Risk Mgmnt Authority
PV
226967
Check#
2,313.63
2,313.63
226966
226963
Software House International
2W
226965
Check#
Valley Oil Co
2W
249680
00048143
Gas I Oil/ Compr Air
Gasoline & Diesel Fuel
28,696.21
---
28,696.21
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312712014
3:26:26PM
Alameda County Water District
Audited Demands
Accounts Payable Checks Issued for the Week Ending 3/28/2014
Check#
226971
PO#
Classification
Description 1
Amount
Walter L. Wadlow
PV
249705
Expense Reimbursement
3/04 DWR mtg mileage
119.60
119.60
226972
249724
Expense Reimbursement
2/02-2/28 CSDA mtg mileage
249740
Services
Check#
226973
Check#
226974
Check#
226975
Check#
226976
2,200.00
---
2,200.00
Western Allied Mechanical Inc
2W
249681
00048075
Services
HVAC PM and Repairs
520.50
520.50
Wireless Watchdogs LLC
2W
249682
00047952
Telecommu nications
Cell Phone MainUSupport
424.00
424.00
226976
226972
Water Education Foundation
PV
226975
Check#
438.18
438.18
226974
226971
Andrew Warren
PV
226973
Check#
YanYang Xu
PV
249742
Expense Reimbursement
LIMS Conference registration
1,862.00
1,862.00
Grand Total
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$2,900,458.81
3/27/2014
3:26:26P M
The undersigne d affirms that eac h of the itemized demands set forth above is for materials and/or services rendered to the Alameda County Water District,
that no demand has been previously paid in whole or in part, that proper procedures were followed in procurement of the materials and servi ces, and
that adequate budgeted funds were available.
~
Date :
3/28/20 14
Shelley Burgett, Manager of Finance I
~~~Treas ~r
UJl~ I)J,___ _
Walter L. Wadlow, General Manager
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3/27/201 4
326:26PM
ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
MEMORANDUM
D ATE :
April 3, 2014
To:
Board of Directors
FROM :
Walt Wadlow !){.,u---
SUBJECT:
STAFF REPORT, ACTION CALENDAR ITEMS APRIL 8, 2014
5.1 *
RESOLUTION HONORING PATRICIA KEEFER UPON HER RETIREMENT FROM
DISTRICT SERVICE
SUMMARY: Patricia Keefer will be retiring on May l, 2014 after more than 16 years of service
with the District.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, adopt a resolution honoring Patricia Keefer and expressing
appreciation for her 16 years of dedicated service with the District.
DISCUSSION: Pat started her professional career with the District on September 2, 1997 as a
Customer Account Representative in the Customer Service Division. After only eight months,
she was successfully promoted to the Accounting Assistant position in the Accounting Division.
On February 18, 2013 Pat was promoted to the Accounting Assistant II position.
During her tenure at the District, Pat has always performed her duties with the highest level of
competence, integrity and dedication. Pat has quietly worked behind the scenes as the
Accounting Assistant in the accounting department responsible for the daily, weekly and
biweekly processing of the timecard processing for the District' s in-house payroll system. Pat
was also responsible for processing a portion of the District's accounts payable vendors,
reimbursements for travel and other employee related reimbursements. Pat has consistently and
diligently applied all aspects of District guidelines and labor agreements maintaining the high
integrity and quality of product through her work. Pat's knowledge and application of the
guidelines and labor agreements was handled with the highest degree of standards and
application which attributed to no opinion annual financial audits year after year. Pat's creativity
and suggestions throughout the years in her business processes have contributed as well for
efficiencies within our department. Pat's dedication to public service, competence, reliability
and high integrity and standards have greatly contributed to the District' s ability to produce
efficient, reliable, consistent product. She will be greatly missed by her many friends at the
District.
5.2*
AUTHORIZATION TO INCREASE THE PURCHASE ORDER FOR FUEL
SUMMARY: The District's contract with Valley Oil of Mountain View, California is reaching
the limit on the current purchase order. The current contract with Valley Oil was authorized by
the Board in June 2013 for an amount not to exceed $285 ,000. Several factors contributed to the
need for additional fuel including emergency pumping at Quarry Lakes, an operational pump test
to provide water from Water Treatment Plant No. 2 into Zone 3, and the start-up and testing of
Board of Directors
Page 2 of 13
April 3, 2014
the new emergency generator at Peralta-Tyson Wellfield. Due to these additional expenses, an
amendment to the purchase order to Valley Oil in the amount of $175,000 is required before the
end of the fiscal year. The new total for the purchase order will be $460,000. There is adequate
money in the budget to cover this additional expense.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, authorize a purchase order amendment to Valley Oil
Company for unleaded regular gasoline, No. 2 diesel fuel and No. 2 grade red dyed diesel for an
amount not to exceed $175,000.
DISCUSSION: The District's fleet consisting of cars, trucks and heavy duty mobile equipment,
uses unleaded gasoline and No. 2 grade clear diesel for fuel. Additionally, No. 2 grade red dyed
diesel is used for fuel for the emergency standby generators.
Through February 2014 (67% of the fiscal year) 81% of the fuel budget has been spent. The
overall usage of fuel is trending higher than last fiscal year but is closely in line with FY
2011/12. For FY 2013/14, additional fuel usage was primarily caused by 1) the need to perform
a week long pump test (pump powered by a diesel generator) to supply water from Water
Treatment Plant No. 2 into Zone 3; 2) the testing of the new emergency generator at the PeraltaTyson Wellfield; and 3) the operation of the temporary emergency pumps installed to pump
water from Stevenson Pond into Lago los Osos Pond at Quarry Lakes. The estimated amount of
these additional expenditures is $175,000.
5.3*
AUTHORIZATION OF PURCHASE ORDER FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
SERVICES FOR DISTRICT GENERATORS
SUMMARY: The District contracts with outside service companies to provide preventative
maintenance inspections, load testing, and repair services for its stationary and mobile
emergency generators on an annual basis. The current contract with California Generator
Service, San Leandro, expires on June 30, 2014. The original agreement was authorized in July
2012 and contained provisions for extending the contract for two additional 12-month periods
provided the services were satisfactory. The bid schedule included prices for all three years of
the potential agreement. The services provided by California Generator Services have been
satisfactory. There are sufficient funds in the FY 2014/15 budget for this expenditure.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, authorize a purchase order to California Generator Service
for maintenance and repair services for the emergency generators in an amount not to exceed
$65,000 for FY 2014/15.
DISCUSSION: There are six stationary generators located at various District facilities, as well as
five mobile emergency generator units. California Generator Service was the successful bidder in
2012 for the annual contract to perform monthly preventative maintenance inspections and
limited repair work. The preventative maintenance cost for FY 2014/15 will increase 2.6%
according to the bid schedule provided in 2012. The repair rates for straight time and overtime
will remain the same as the previous two years. The recommended authorization amount of
$65,000 includes preventative maintenance, annual load bank testing, and a 12% contingency
($8,000) for unforeseen needed repairs beyond those identified in the contract.
Board of Directors
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April 3, 2014
5.4*
AUTHORIZATION OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 AND RESOLUTION ACCEPTING
COMPLETION OF THE SABERCAT CREEK EROSION REPAIR PROJECT
SUMMARY: The Board previously awarded the Sabercat Creek Erosion Repair Project to
Engineered Soil Repairs, Inc. (ESR). Change Order No. 3 has been prepared for the additional
materials and effort that were required for the construction of the repair. There is adequate
funding in the budget for this expenditure. All work has been satisfactorily completed.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, 1) approve Change Order No. 3 in the amount of
$16,428.64 to Engineered Soil Repairs, Inc.; and 2) adopt a resolution accepting completion of
the Sabercat Creek Erosion Repair Project, Job 2351.
DISCUSSION: On June 13, 2013, the construction contract for the Sabercat Creek Erosion
Repair Project was awarded to ESR in the amount of $53,225.00. The project scope included
removing loose material over existing sacked concrete riprap, placing import backfill material
around an exposed section of the existing 24-inch diameter steel inlet-outlet pipe serving the
Middlefield Reservoir, and installing rock riprap along the Sabercat Creek embankment to repair
a 50-foot length of the bank where 2012 storm flows eroded the bank and exposed the pipe. Two
change orders have been issued to date.
Change Order No. 1 was a no-cost change order authorized by the General Manager to add the
property owner’s trust to the list of named additional insureds. Change Order No. 2 was
authorized by the Board in the amount of $45,545.60 to complete off-site riparian enhancement
work required by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the California Regional
Water Quality Control Board.
Change Order No. 3 in the amount of $20,408.64 has been prepared for additional excavation of
saturated bank material near the channel bottom, placement of nine cubic yards of additional
riprap, and 62 cubic yards of additional imported fill that were required to provide a firm support
for the placement of bank repair material. Staff has evaluated the costs submitted by ESR and
has determined that they are appropriate for the work. The total project cost, including all change
orders and quantity adjustments for unit price items, is $115,199.24.
5.5*
AUTHORIZATION OF THIRD AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR
ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE RUBBER DAM NO. 3 FISHWAY PROJECT
SUMMARY: In September 2012, GHD Consulting Engineers, Inc. (GHD) was commissioned
to provide design services for the Lower Alameda Creek Fish Passage Improvement Projects
(Project). The Project includes construction of fishways at Rubber Dam No. 1/BART Weir
(RD1/BW) and Rubber Dam No. 3 (RD3), a new screened diversion facility at Shinn Pond, and
replacement of the rubber bag at Rubber Dam No. 1 (RD1). The design of the fishway at RD3 is
65% complete. Additional engineering services are required to complete the design and to
prepare a set of construction bid documents for the RD3 fishway. There is adequate funding in
the Capital Improvement Program to cover this expenditure. The need for this work was
previously reviewed with the Engineering and Capital Projects Committee.
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RECOMMENDATION: By motion, authorize the General Manager to execute a third
amendment to the professional services agreement with GHD Consulting Engineers, Inc. in an
amount not to exceed $286,000 for the Rubber Dam No. 3 Fishway Project, Job 4333.
DISCUSSION: On July 10, 2008, the Board authorized execution of grant agreements for a total
award amount of $1 million from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to design
fishways at RD1/BW and RD3. Disbursement of grant funds is contingent upon meeting the
design completion dates stipulated in the NFWF contracts. Grant funds in the amount of
$800,000 have been received to date.
On September 13, 2012, the Board authorized execution of an agreement with GHD in the
amount of $1,078,710 to design and combine the Project work into one construction bid
document. Two amendments totaling $261,880 have been issued to date to prepare and deliver a
wetland delineation assessment to the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) and to address
construction sequencing, permitting, and other complexities associated with the Project.
On January 10, 2013 the Board authorized an agreement with the Covello Group for $135,900 to
perform a design and constructability review of the Project. Their work concluded that: 1)
construction of the RD1/BW fishway will require at least two summer seasons to complete; and,
2) the two fishway projects should be separated into separate construction contracts since
construction of the two fishways must be phased over a three or four year period to meet
ACWD’s overall groundwater replenishment and water supply needs. Separation of the RD3
fishway from the balance of the Project work will be advantageous because a lower overall cost
will likely be realized since contractors will not need to factor into their bids the risks associated
with extended construction periods. Accordingly, at staff’s request, GHD removed the RD3
fishway 65% preliminary design drawings from the consolidated Project and temporarily ceased
design work on the RD3 fishway to focus solely on timely completion of the RD1/BW fishway
and Shinn Pond Fish Screen Facility bid package so the Project schedule could be met.
However, in mid-December 2013, a determination was made that construction of the Project
would be delayed due to unforeseen complications with USACE Section 408 regulatory
permitting.
GHD submitted a proposal in the amount of $286,000 to complete the design and prepare a set of
construction bid documents for the RD3 fishway. The scope of services include project
management, meetings, coordination with Division of Safety of Dams, limited soil and water
corrosivity sampling and analysis, preparation of a permanent easement description for the RD3
fishway, and preparation of two preliminary design submittals for District review. Staff has
reviewed GHD’s proposal and finds the scope of work, estimated level of effort, and cost
appropriate for the additional work. For comparative purposes, the design cost to date for the
RD1/BW fishway is $704,614 and the total design cost for the RD3 fishway is anticipated to be
$466,065.
Concurrent with the RD3 fishway design work, staff continues to work with Alameda County
Flood Control District (ACFC) to address the National Marine Fisheries Services’ concerns
related to fish passage connectivity during low flow conditions immediately downstream of the
RD1/BW fishway. GHD submitted a proposal to address these concerns as well as complete
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construction documents for Shinn Pond and RD1/BW. Staff plans to request authorization from
the Board for the needed additional design services within the next few months. The cost of this
work will be equally shared between ACWD and ACFC.
5.6*
AUTHORIZATION OF AGREEMENT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE
STEVENSON POND/LAGO LOS OSOS DIVERSION REPAIR PROJECT
SUMMARY: On February 7, 2014, significant embankment erosion compromised two parallel
78-inch diameter water diversion pipes in Quarry Lakes Regional Park. Engineering services are
required to evaluate alternatives, design permanent repairs, and provide engineering assistance
during construction. Due to these unforeseen circumstances, funding for this work is not
included in the FY 2013/14 budget and a reserve appropriation is required.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, 1) authorize a reserve appropriation in the amount of
$219,000 for engineering services for the Stevenson Pond/Lago Los Osos Diversion Repair
Project; and, 2) authorize the General Manager to execute a professional services agreement with
Kleinfelder in an amount not to exceed $219,000 for this work, Job 6600.
DISCUSSION: On average, the Niles Cone Groundwater Basin accounts for approximately
40% of the total water supply for the District’s service area. To maintain groundwater levels,
local runoff from the Alameda Creek is diverted into the Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation
Area, a series of ponds and lakes that allow water to percolate into and recharge the underlying
groundwater aquifer.
Shinn Pond, Stevenson Pond, Lago Los Osos, Rock Pond, Horseshoe Lake and Rainbow Lake
are utilized to recharge the below Hayward Fault (BHF) groundwater sub-basin. Shinn Pond
serves as the “entry point” for the water that is diverted from Alameda Creek. From Shinn Pond,
water is conveyed to Stevenson Pond through 48-inch and 54-inch diversion pipelines, and then
from Stevenson Pond to Lago Los Osos through dual 78-inch diversion pipelines. Shinn and
Stevenson Ponds are characterized by relatively low hydraulic conductivity properties; therefore
the majority of BHF groundwater recharge occurs through the main Quarry Lakes complex
(Lago Los Osos, Horseshoe Lake, Rainbow Lake, and Rock Pond).
In early February 2014, the District began to convey water from Stevenson Pond to Lago Los
Osos. Soon after initiating this operation, erosion at the discharge end of the Stevenson
Pond/Lago Los Osos diversion pipelines occurred resulting in failure of the embankment and
impacting the outlet pipelines and their underlying subgrade. From a water supply perspective,
this damage is significant because it disrupts the conveyance of water between the two ponds,
and significantly minimizes the volume of water available for groundwater recharge.
At the Board meeting on February 13, 2014, the Board authorized staff to implement interim
measures to convey water from Stevenson Pond to Lago Los Osos during the remainder of the
winter season. Nine (9) submersible pumps (including power and safety provisions) were
subsequently installed and are operated to maximize the conveyance of water to Lago Los Osos.
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A long-term, permanent solution is needed. Because the Stevenson Pond/Lago Los Osos
diversion is a critical component of the District’s water storage and groundwater replenishment
program, it is imperative to evaluate alternatives and implement repairs as soon as possible.
Accordingly, staff is pursuing an aggressive schedule with the goal of completing permanent
repairs by October 31, 2014. Permitting for the project will be conducted concurrently with the
design process.
Staff issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) on March 10, 2014, requesting interested firms to
submit proposals for the evaluation and design of the Stevenson Pond/Lago Los Osos Diversion
Repair Project. On March 26th, two (2) responsive proposals were received and based on a
comprehensive evaluation of the proposals, Kleinfelder was the highest ranked firm determined
to have the qualifications, staff, and the proposed approach that meets the District’s needs.
Kleinfelder’s estimated cost based on a time and expense basis for the work is $219,000.
The scope of services includes: 1) performance of required survey work and geotechnical
evaluations; 2) analysis and evaluation of repair alternatives; 3) preparation of a preliminary
design report; 4) preparation of contract bid documents; and, 5) engineering support services
during construction. Staff has reviewed Kleinfelder’s proposal and finds the scope of work and
estimated level of effort and cost to be reasonable for the services to be provided.
5.7*
AUTHORIZATION FOR A CONTRACT AMENDMENT
COMPENSATION CONSULTING SERVICES
FOR
DEFERRED
SUMMARY: The District has had a successful working relationship with SST Benefits &
Insurance Consulting, Inc. (SST) in regards to the District’s deferred compensation program.
SST has had a record of excellent performance with the District, and is well-regarded by staff;
therefore, staff is proposing a contract amendment with SST.
SST’s current contract with the District will expire on April 30, 2014. The District’s Deferred
Compensation Committee proposes a contract amendment that will extend SSTs contract from
May 1, 2014 through June 30, 2016 on a time & materials basis for a maximum not-to-exceed
total of no more than $120,000 to continue providing deferred compensation consulting
services.
This item was reviewed with the Administrative and Finance Committee on April 7, 2014.
There should be adequate funding in the budget for this item.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, authorize the General Manager to execute a contract
amendment with SST Benefits Consulting & Insurance Services, Inc., in an amount not to
exceed $120,000 for deferred compensation consulting services.
DISCUSSION: SST has successfully provided consulting services to the District in the past
for a wide range of deferred compensation related work. Primarily for quarterly meetings
with the District’s Deferred Compensation Committee (Committee) where highly detailed
reports generated by SST are reviewed monitoring the District’s deferred compensation
program investment offerings, legal & legislative developments, and participant actions. Also
as part of these meetings are training sessions for the Committee on various related subjects.
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SST will also on occasion perform ad hoc work such as a vendor performance review, or
assist in the deletion/addition of investment offerings in the participant fund line-up. This
experience has given SST a unique depth of understanding of the District’s deferred
compensation program. SST is a nationally recognized authority in such matters.
SST’s current contract with the District will expire on April 30, 2014. The Committee
proposes a contract amendment that will extend SST’s contract from May 1, 2014 through
June 30, 2016 on a time & materials basis for a maximum not-to-exceed total of no more than
$120,000 to continue providing services as just mentioned. The amount anticipated to be
expended for the remainder of FY 2013/14 will be approximately $8,000. This is a relatively
small amount that should be able to be readily absorbed by the current budget. For FY
2014/15, a maximum of about $55,000 will be added to the budget as part of the mid-cycle
budget revisions process this spring. And for FY 2015/16, approximately $57,000 will be
included when the new two-year budget is created in early 2015. This item was reviewed with
the Administrative and Finance Committee on April 7, 2014.
5.8*
AUTHORIZATION FOR AN AMENDMENT TO THE INSIGHTSOFTWARE.COM
BUDGET SOFTWARE CONTRACT FOR ADDITIONAL USER LICENSES AND
CONSULTING SERVICES
SUMMARY: The District is presently engaged in a comprehensive upgrade and
reimplementation of the J.D. Edwards (JDE) Software system. A custom budget program was
previously written to work with the original software and the original chart of accounts. The
custom budget program will not work with the new chart of accounts and the newly upgraded
and re-implemented software. The District looked for an off the shelf budget software to replace
the current custom application. InsightSoftware.com has developed a budget program that
utilizes the JDE program logic, and seamlessly adds a budget ledger that pulls data out of the
JDE database for budget reporting. The software respects JDE security logic and has no
additional hardware requirements. The software is user friendly, easy to understand and is easy
to implement. The total cost for the additional user licenses, consulting services, and the first
year of maintenance fees is $109,840. There is adequate funding in the budget for this item.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, authorize the General Manager to amend the existing
contract with InsightSoftware.com for an amount not to exceed $109,840.
DISCUSSION: The District is replacing the current custom budget program with an off the shelf
program, with a solid reputation, that is supported by a user base of 750 clients and an ongoing
maintenance program. The time, effort and cost of another custom program along with ongoing
maintenance issues removed this option from consideration. The District has a short timeline for
installing new budget software as it needs to be implemented and ready for JDE go-live date of
July 1, 2014.
Other budget software products out in the market do not work seamlessly with JDE. Some
require exporting data to be utilized from a data warehouse, some have requirements for buying
additional hardware, and all typically take many months to implement. Time is a crucial factor
in this decision as the budget software needs to be implemented and appropriate staff trained
within the next three months. InsightSoftware.com takes less than a week to implement. It is
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anticipated that a consultant will be needed for a couple of weeks to build reports and another
week for training.
The benefits of the new software will be many. The users will be able to input their own budgets
and also track their own budgets. The software has a user friendly access so that each user can
look at summary data, and detail information can be “drilled into” down to the level of an
accounts payable invoice or a single labor record. Data is updated daily and the user will not
have to wait until after the end of month to see current information which is our present situation.
In addition the InsightSoftware.com has the capability to enable all users to develop their own
costing reports, getting data from the many modules within JDE, without waiting for the custom
reports. Well informed managers and supervisors are more valuable and can be more effective
with managing their fiscal responsibilities.
Currently the custom budget is centralized within the Finance Department and reports are run
monthly, several weeks after the last month, for managers to use. Other users don’t have access
to the budget on a daily basis. The current budget administrator, and one other accountant,
should see their workload diminish to a point of being in an oversight, reconciliation and audit
role rather than the only source of all budget information. It is anticipated that the software will
pay for itself in less than five years.
The initial contract with InsightSoftware.com was for the user licenses for three key “super user”
finance users and for one week of consulting and training so that the District could initially setup
the software, develops some reports, and do some initial testing. The cost of this initial phase
was $32,640. This phase has been accomplished successfully and the District is now ready to
buy the additional user licenses for 28 managers, supervisors and key administrative staff, and
the additional consulting and training, to enable successful budgeting beginning July 1, 2014 and
on into the future. The cost for this second phase is $109,840 as described above. The total cost
for this budget software and implementation is $142,480.
5.9*
RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE BAY AREA INTEGRATED REGIONAL WATER
MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE
SUMMARY: Bay Area water management agencies have recently completed an update to the
Bay Area Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (Bay Area IRWMP Update, or Plan).
The overall objectives of the Bay Area IRWMP Update are to foster coordination among Bay
Area water management agencies, achieve greater efficiencies and build public support for
project funding, and improve regional competitiveness for project funding. Completion of the
Plan Update is required for continued grant funding under Proposition 84. ACWD has
participated in the development of the Plan Update through the Bay Area Water Agencies
Coalition.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, adopt a resolution approving the Bay Area Integrated
Regional Water Management Plan Update.
DISCUSSION: The Bay Area IRWMP Update outlines the region’s water resources
management needs and objectives, and presents strategies and a detailed implementation plan to
achieve these objectives. The Plan was first adopted by Bay Area agencies, including ACWD, in
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early 2007. By adopting the Plan, ACWD was eligible to receive grants under the Proposition 50
and Proposition 84 state bond measures for various projects. These statewide bond measures are
specifically designated to fund water and natural resource projects and programs, including
Integrated Regional Water Management planning activities. The Plan Update provides an
implementation framework that calls for tracking accomplishments, developing lists of
prioritized projects and periodically updating the Plan as warranted. It has also been updated in
the areas of environmental justice, technical project data, regional characteristics, geography,
water supplies, and coverage of Bay Area climate change and sea-level rise scenarios. ACWD
submitted projects that are incorporated into the Plan. The Plan's Coordinating Committee
(which ACWD participates in) has completed the final updates to the Plan and submitted it to
DWR for review and approval. All participating agencies must adopt the Plan Update by May
11, 2014 in order to continue to qualify and receive IRWMP designated grant funds. ACWD has
several projects that were awarded these grant funds under the IRWMP Proposition 84 Round 1
(Kaiser Pond Project, Groundwater Wells Project, and Conservation projects) with total grant
funding of approximately $2.5 Million. ACWD was also recently awarded an additional
$173,000 for conservation projects through IRWMP Proposition 84 and is currently working
with other agencies to develop additional conservation and engineering project proposals for
future rounds of funding.
5.10
PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTIONS ON REPLENISHMENT ASSESSMENT
FOR FY 2014/15
SUMMARY: As provided in the District’s Replenishment Assessment Act, a public hearing
must be held on the second Tuesday in April for the purpose of determining whether, and to what
extent, the cost of replenishing groundwater supplies within the District during FY 2014/15 will
be funded by a replenishment assessment. Staff is proposing an 8% increase in the replenishment
assessment rate for non-agricultural or municipal recreation use in FY 2014/15.
Should the Board wish to take action immediately following the April 8, 2014, public hearing,
staff has prepared the remaining three resolutions required for the replenishment assessment for
FY 2014/15.
Alternatively, should the Board wish to extend the hearing or take additional time to consider
these resolutions, a special Board meeting(s) would be required to meet the deadlines stipulated
in the Replenishment Assessment Act; i.e., the public hearing must be completed on or before
the first Tuesday in May (May 6) and the resolutions adopted on or before the second Tuesday in
May (May 13).
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, conduct a public hearing as scheduled and receive
comments from the public on the proposed replenishment assessment for FY 2014/15.
Then, by motion, adopt the required resolutions, provided that the Board does not desire an
additional meeting to either continue the hearing or further consider the resolutions.
DISCUSSION: On November 14, 2013, the Board ordered the preparation of the 2014
Engineering Survey and Report on Groundwater Conditions (Survey Report) as provided in
Section 7 of the District's Replenishment Assessment Act. On February 13, 2014, the Board: 1)
received the completed report; 2) declared its intent to raise funds by a replenishment assessment
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in FY 2014/15; and, 3) scheduled a Public Hearing for April 8, 2014.
On March 13, 2014, staff presented to the Board the report’s findings and basis for the
recommended replenishment assessment.
Notice of the time and place of the public hearing was published in the newspaper (The Argus),
as required by the Replenishment Assessment Act, and was posted on the District’s website. As
required by Proposition 218, affected well owners, operators, and owners of property with
production wells were provided written notice of the proposed 8% increase in the replenishment
assessment rate for purposes other than agricultural and municipal recreation uses at least 45
days prior to the public hearing. To date, no comments from the public have been received by
the District.
At the hearing, all interested parties may be heard in support of, or opposition to, the proposed
assessment, the Survey Report, or the Board’s determinations.
For setting the replenishment assessment for the coming fiscal year, the Replenishment
Assessment Act specifies the actions that must be taken, through Board resolution, no sooner
than the close of the public hearing, but no later than the second Tuesday of May. The
resolutions: 1) contain the findings that update groundwater conditions, and state the amount of
replenishment assessment funds needed next fiscal year; 2) set the replenishment assessment
rates ($8.00 per acre-foot for agricultural and municipal recreation uses, and $313.00 per acrefoot for all other uses); and, 3) provide procedures and statement forms.
5.11
AUTHORIZATION FOR THE PURCHASE AND IMPLEMENTATION
CITYWORKS COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
OF
SUMMARY: The 2010 Information Technology Master Plan (ITMP) recommendations included the
need to implement a Geographic Information System (GIS) enabled Computerized Maintenance
Management System (CMMS) for Distribution Maintenance Division (DMD). The District had
issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in July 2013 for a GIS enabled CMMS. Based on the
RFQ responses received, staff evaluated two GIS enabled CMMS software, Lucity and
Cityworks, and selected Cityworks based on functionality, ease of use and GIS-centric nature of
the software. The District issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) in December 2013 for
implementation of Cityworks. Power Engineers Inc., a Cityworks platinum partner, was selected to
provide the services set forth in the RFP. The Cityworks CMMS project was reviewed with the
Administrative and Finance Committee at the March 18, 2014 meeting. There is adequate
funding in the budget for this project.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, 1) authorize the General Manager to execute a Software
License and Maintenance agreement with Cityworks in the total amount of $353,000 over five
(5) years; and 2) authorize the General Manager to execute a professional services agreement
with Power Engineers Inc. in the total amount of $618,000 to provide the scope of services
identified in the Cityworks implementation RFP.
DISCUSSION: The 2010 ITMP identified the need to implement a GIS enabled CMMS for
DMD because the asset and work management needs of DMD were not being met by JD
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Edwards (JDE) asset management module. In 2012, the District conducted an Enterprise Asset
Management (EAM) study to review the organizational approach, practices, and technology
utilized for management of the District vertical (plant, facilities and equipment) and horizontal
(water mains, service lines, valves) assets. The EAM study included several organizational,
practices and technology related improvements including a recommendation to implement a new
best of breed EAM system for work and asset management, inventory management, and
purchasing related to inventory items that would be utilized by both DMD and Facilities
Maintenance Division (FMD).
As the District moved forward with the JDE implementation project, functionality and
capabilities of the new version of JDE were discussed and reviewed in detail with FMD and
DMD staff. The District decided to continue utilizing JDE for asset and work management for
FMD because the new version of JDE has additional functionality that meets the needs of FMD
and because implementing and migrating to a new EAM software would have been costly and
would have involved significant time and effort from FMD staff. The new version of JDE,
however, does not meet the needs of DMD staff because of the lack of GIS integration, map
based user interface and mobile workorder access. GIS integration and mobile access is critical
for DMD’s work as it provides field staff access to critical asset data such water mains, service
lines and valves. The District, therefore, decided to implement a separate GIS enabled CMMS
for DMD.
In July 2013, the District issued a RFQ for GIS enabled CMMS software and received responses
from vendors of two such software products, Lucity and Cityworks. Both vendors were invited
for onsite demonstration of their software. Staff also visited Dublin San Ramon Services
District, which utilizes Lucity and Sacramento Suburban Water District, which utilizes
Cityworks to get information from end users on the functionality and usability of Lucity and
Cityworks. Based on site visit feedback, review of software functionality, GIS integration
features and ease of use, staff selected Cityworks. Cityworks software is built on the same ESRI
ArcGIS platform that the District utilizes as its core GIS. In addition, Cityworks has a permitting
module that will be used for managing permits issued by the District’s Groundwater Division
and the software integrates with InfraMap, a valve exercising software being effectively used by
DMD field staff. DMD staff will be utilizing Cityworks in the field for workorders, critical
distribution system information, customer information, identification and electronic markup of
incorrect asset data, and enhanced emergency response for leaks and breaks. Cityworks will
assist staff in improving response to customer calls and dispatch related to leaks and will provide
GIS based historical tracking of work activities on distribution system assets. In addition, staff
will be able to conduct several GIS based analyses including analysis of water quality calls and
complaints.
In December 2013, the District issued a RFP for the implementation of Cityworks and reviewed
four (4) proposals that were received in response to the RFP. Staff invited the top two firms for
on-site interviews with the District’s CMMS project team and based on the interviews, selected
Power Engineers Inc., a Cityworks platinum partner, for implementation of the software. The
five year total cost of Cityworks software license and maintenance is $353,000. The software
implementation cost for Cityworks is $618,000 including contingencies. If the District had
decided to implement comprehensive EAM software for both DMD and FMD, the costs would
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have been significantly higher than the cost of utilizing the new version of JDE for plant and
facility assets and implementing Cityworks for distribution system assets. In addition, several
complex and costly interfaces between the EAM system and JDE would have had to be designed
and implemented. It is estimated that the software and services cost for EAM implementation
would have been over $1,700,000. This was reviewed with the Administration and Finance
Committee on March 18, 2014.
5.12
AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH WATERSMART
SOFTWARE FOR CUSTOMIZED HOME WATER USE REPORTS
SUMMARY: On March 13, 2014, the Board declared a water shortage emergency and adopted
the water shortage emergency ordinance. The ordinance outlines both mandatory restrictions and
water use guidelines aimed at reducing District-wide demand reductions of 20 percent. Also on
March 13, 2014, the Board provided staff direction to proceed in the development of a tiered rate
structure with potential implementation beginning as soon as July 2014.
Effective
communication of the ordinance, tiered rates, and water conservation programs are fundamental
in achieving the 20 percent demand reduction goal, as well as providing customers with
information to better understand the ordinance and tiered rates.
Accordingly, staff requested a proposal from WaterSmart Software, Inc. (“WaterSmart”) of San
Francisco, California to: 1) provide a customized water use report for each single-family
residential customer (approximately 72,000 homes); 2) provide access to a web-site with updated
water use reports for each single family customer; 3) email five bi-monthly reports to up to 7,200
customers (estimated, based on the number of customers who electively signup for the free email
reports); and, 4) identify and provide follow-up water use reports to the top 10% water users (by
lot size) on a bi-monthly basis. The reports will include messaging about water conservation, the
ordinance and related mandatory restrictions. The report may also include information on how
water use in each home would fit under a potential tiered rate structure. The WaterSmart
program is unique in that it is behavior-based, further encouraging conservation, as well as
customizable to suit the District’s needs. The total cost for the WaterSmart program for one year
is $174,161. This item was reviewed with the Water Resources Planning and Outreach
Committee on February 26, 2014. This new expense has not been previously budgeted for the
current fiscal year and a reserve appropriation of $174,161 will be required.
RECOMMENDATION: By motion, 1) waive Procurement Policy No. 1 requiring requests for
proposals for professional services exceeding $50,000; 2) authorize a reserve appropriation of
$174,161; and, 3) authorize the General Manager to execute a professional services agreement
with WaterSmart Software, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $174,161 for customized home
water use reports and web-site reporting.
DISCUSSION: WaterSmart Software combines personalized water use data and water savings
recommendations to communicate to customers how their water use compares to similar
dwelling units with comparable lot sizes. Customers receive a customized Home Water Use
Report developed from their consumption history and previous participation in District water
conservation incentive programs. The customer receives a Water Score allowing them to
determine how their household use compares to similar sized homes. This behavior-based
software encourages conservation by providing actual data with measurable savings results. The
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WaterSmart proposal also includes a customized report template to include information on the
District’s proposed tiered rate structure. The report may also provide a means to show customers
how their previous year’s water usage would fit under a proposed tiered rate structure.
WaterSmart will mail an Initial Welcome Letter and printed Home Water Use Report to
approximately 72,000 single family residential (SFR) customers. Following the printed letter,
WaterSmart will email five (5) bi-monthly reports to up to 7,200 customers (estimated, based on
the number of customers who electively signup for the free email reports). In addition,
WaterSmart will include access to the Customer Web Portal to all 72,000 SFR accounts. The
Web Portal will allow customers to track usage, compare usage to homes with similar water
needs, read tips on ways to save water, and record water conservation actions. In addition to the
Customer Web Portal, the District will have access to the Utility Dashboard which includes
program performance and analytics of all 72,000 SFRs. Based on consumption data, WaterSmart
will print and/or email reports to up to 7,200 high water using homes five (5) times on a bimonthly basis over a 12 month period. Customizable reports such as those offered by
WaterSmart will allow the District to better engage with customers regarding water conservation,
as well as include critical messaging about the ordinance and proposed new tiered rate structure.
The WaterSmart Program under the proposed agreement will be in place for 12 months.
However, the District will have the opportunity to renew participation in the program on an
annual basis.
Attachments
cc: Executive Staff
RESOLUTION NO. _______
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
HONORING PATRICIA KEEFER UPON HER RETIREMENT FROM
DISTRICT SERVICE
___________________
WHEREAS, the BOARD OF DIRECTORS of ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER
DISTRICT desires to officially express the District’s appreciation for the services so ably
rendered by PATRICIA KEEFER for serving continuously as an employee from September 2,
1997 to her retirement on May 1, 2014; and
WHEREAS, during these more than 16 years she consistently demonstrated a high
degree of dedication and loyalty to the District and to her fellow employees.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF DIRECTORS of
ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT that there be and hereby is proclaimed, individually
and on behalf of the people of this District, an expression of appreciation for the distinguished
service of PATRICIA KEEFER in her official duties as an employee of this District.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution of official recognition and
appreciation be spread upon the official records of the District.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 8th day of April, 2014, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Paul S. Sethy, President
Board of Directors
Alameda County Water District
ATTEST:
Gina Markou, District Secretary
Alameda County Water District
(Seal)
RESOLUTION NO. _______
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
ACCEPTING COMPLETION OF CONTRACT NO. 3871, ENGINEERED SOIL
REPAIRS, INC., JOB NO. 2351
___________________
WHEREAS, the BOARD OF DIRECTORS of ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER
DISTRICT by and through its Resolution No. 13-035 entered into a contract with
ENGINEERED SOIL REPAIRS, INC. for the Sabercat Creek Erosion Repair Project, Job No.
2351; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of said DISTRICT has been advised by its General
Manager that said contract has been substantially performed.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that said Board does hereby accept
completion of said work under said contract.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that District staff be and is hereby authorized and
directed to file a Notice of Completion covering acceptance of the work performed under the
aforesaid contract.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 8th day of April, 2014, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Paul S. Sethy, President
Board of Directors
Alameda County Water District
ATTEST:
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Gina Markou, District Secretary
Alameda County Water District
(Seal)
Patrick T. Miyaki, Attorney
Alameda County Water District
RESOLUTION NO. _______
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER
DISTRICT ADOPTING THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA INTEGRATED
REGIONAL WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE
___________________
WHEREAS, the State electorate approved multiple statewide bond measures since 2000,
including Propositions 50 and 84, to fund water and natural resource projects and programs,
including Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM); and
WHEREAS, the benefits of integrated planning for water resources management
activities include increased efficiency or effectiveness, enhanced collaboration across agencies
and stakeholders, and improved responsiveness to regional needs and priorities; and
WHEREAS, state statute and guidelines required that an IRWM Plan be adopted by the
governing boards of participating agencies before IRWM grant funds would be provided for
water resources management projects that are part of the IRWM Plan; and
WHEREAS, several of the participating agencies in the Bay Area jointly submitted an
IRWM grant application for state consideration where a condition for funding required the Bay
Area IRWM Plan to be adopted by January 1, 2007; and
WHEREAS, the Bay Area agencies that received funding in previous grant rounds did
adopt the Bay Area IRWM Plan before such funds were received; and
WHEREAS, more recent state statutes and guidelines require that the Bay Area IRWM
Plan be updated before agencies may receive future IRWM grant funding; and
WHEREAS, a series of workshops were held on the initial Bay Area IRWM Plan and
recently the Plan Update to provide stakeholders, including Bay Area local governments, an
opportunity to ask questions, provide comments and make recommendations; and
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WHEREAS, the Draft Bay Area IRWM Plan Update was posted on the internet and
made available for public comment; and
WHEREAS, the Bay Area IRWM Plan Update before the Board for consideration
incorporates changes based on comments received during the public review period in the areas of
environmental justice, technical project data, and other elements of the Plan; and
WHEREAS, the Bay Area IRWM Plan Update provides an implementation framework
that calls for tracking accomplishments, developing lists of prioritized projects and periodically
updating the Bay Area IRWM Plan as conditions warrant, providing funding and resources are
available to carry out these activities; and
WHEREAS, adoption of the Bay Area IRWM Plan Update does not entail a direct
commitment of resources and implementation of each project, as such will be the responsibility
of the project proponent and any applicable project partners, and there is no joint commitment or
responsibility by the Bay Area IRWM Plan Update participants to implement any or all of the
projects; and
WHEREAS, the Bay Area IRWM Plan Update is exempt from the California
Environmental Quality Act pursuant to CEQA Guidelines §15262 and §15306 because the
IRWM Plan Update consists of basic data collection that would not result in the disturbance of
any environmental resource and involves planning studies for possible actions that the
participating agencies have not yet approved; and
WHEREAS, the IRWM Plan Update is meant to be complementary to participating
agencies’ individual plans and programs and does not supersede such plans and programs, and
adoption of the IRWM does not prohibit or effect in any way a participating agencies’ planning
efforts separate from the IRWM Plan.
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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Alameda County Board of Directors
does hereby adopt the Bay Area IRWM Plan Update.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 8th day of April, 2014, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Paul S. Sethy, President
Board of Directors
Alameda County Water District
ATTEST:
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Gina Markou, District Secretary
Alameda County Water District
(Seal)
Patrick T. Miyaki, Attorney
Alameda County Water District
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RESOLUTION NO. _______
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
STATING FINDINGS AND DETERMINING NEED FOR REPLENISHMENT
ASSESSMENT
WHEREAS, on November 14, 2013, the Board of Directors of Alameda County Water
District (District) ordered an engineering survey and report to be prepared regarding the
groundwater supplies of the District and the extent of saltwater intrusion into the groundwater
basin;
WHEREAS, on February 13, 2014, by Resolution No. 14-008, the Board found and
determined that the engineering survey and report had been prepared as required by Chapter
1942 of Statutes of 1961 of the regular session of the 1961 Legislature of the State of California
(Replenishment Assessment Act);
WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 14-008, the Board made all the declarations and
determinations required by the Replenishment Assessment Act;
WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 14-008, the Board set Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at 6:00
P.M., in the Board Room of the District Office Building, 43885 S. Grimmer Boulevard, Fremont,
California, as the time and place of a public hearing for determining whether, and to what extent,
the cost of purchasing water for replenishment for the ensuing year beginning July 1, 2014, shall
be paid for by a replenishment assessment;
WHEREAS, notice of the public hearing was published at least ten (10) days before the
date of the public hearing in "The ARGUS," a newspaper published within the District;
WHEREAS, in addition, a written notice of the public hearing and the proposed increase
in the replenishment assessment rate was mailed to each well owner, well operator, and/or owner
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of property with a well, who would be subject to an increase in the replenishment assessment
rate at least 45 days prior to the public hearing;
WHEREAS, the Board held the public hearing at the time and place set forth in the
notice, and the Board heard and considered all comments regarding the proposed replenishment
assessment.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of Alameda County
Water District as follows:
1.
That notice of the time and place of public hearing contained in Resolution No.
14-008 has been published for the time and in the manner prescribed by law, and
that a notice was mailed to all owners and operators of wells who would be
subject to the replenishment assessment at least 45 days prior to the public
hearing.
2.
That a public hearing on the matter has been held at the time and place established
in the notice.
3.
That the public hearing was closed on April 8, 2014.
4.
That the words "District," "water
year," "groundwater," "production,"
"producing," "producer," "operator," "annual overdraft," "accumulated overdraft,"
and "agricultural water” and (municipal) “recreational water", among others, are
defined in Section 1 of the Replenishment Assessment Act and those definitions
shall apply to those words used in this Resolution.
5.
That the Board now finds as follows:
(a)
The annual overdraft during the water year 2012/13 was 13,200 acre-feet.
(b)
The estimated annual overdraft for the water year 2013/14 is 8,500 acrefeet.
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(c)
The estimated annual overdraft for the water year 2014/15 is −8,900 acrefeet under normal conditions of local supply.
(d)
The accumulated overdraft as of the end of the water year 2012/13 was nil.
(e)
The estimated accumulated overdraft as of the end of the water year
2013/14 is nil.
(f)
The total production of groundwater from the groundwater supplies within
the District during the water year 2012/13 was 21,800 acre-feet.
(g)
The estimated total production of groundwater from the groundwater
supplies within the District for the water year 2013/14 is 22,600 acre-feet.
(h)
The estimated total production of groundwater from the groundwater
supplies within the District for the water year 2014/15 is 24,300 acre-feet.
(i)
The piezometric head of the groundwater contained within pressure level
areas of the District were measured by recording water levels in the
indicator wells referenced on Plate 4 of the engineering survey and report.
During the water year 2012/13, the piezometric heads of the Newark
Aquifer were above sea level for the entire water year. The water levels in
the Centerville-Fremont Aquifer and Deep Aquifer indicator wells were
below sea level except during March of 2013. The changes in piezometric
head from the beginning to the end of the water year were decreases of
approximately six feet, five feet, and five feet in the Newark Aquifer,
Centerville-Fremont Aquifer, and Deep Aquifer, respectively. The level in
the Newark Aquifer indicator well varied between six and twelve feet
above sea level. Since the piezometric head in the Newark Aquifer
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remained above sea level, some saltwater in Newark Aquifer should have
been repulsed back toward San Francisco Bay.
(j)
The estimated changes during the current water year in the pressure levels
or piezometric heights of the groundwater contained within pressure level
areas of the District, and the estimated effects thereof upon the
groundwater supplies within the District, are as follows: At the end of
water year 2013/14, it is estimated that water levels below the Hayward
Fault in the upper aquifer (Newark Aquifer) in the vicinity of the Forebay
Well on Plate 4 of the Survey Report will be approximately 0.2 feet above
sea level. Water levels in the lower pressure aquifers (Centerville-Fremont
and Deep Aquifers) are anticipated to remain below sea level for the
remainder of the current water year if pumping and recharge amounts are
realized as projected.
(k)
The quantity of supplemental water that should be purchased for the
replacement of groundwater supplies of the District during the water year
2014/15 is 6,000 acre-feet. This recommendation is based on assumptions
of availability of water for purchase, amounts of local recharge, and
amounts of groundwater production, as documented in the 2014 Survey
Report on Groundwater Conditions.
(l)
Supplemental water needed for replenishment will be sought primarily,
but not necessarily exclusively, from the State of California through the
South Bay Aqueduct and from the District’s share of water in Del Valle
Reservoir. The estimated cost of the purchase of the recommended amount
of water is $3,497,000.
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(m)
The estimated cost of replenishing groundwater supplies with the water
purchased is $17,072,000.
(n)
The estimated rate of replenishment assessment required to be levied (with
other revenue considered) upon the production of groundwater from the
groundwater supplies within the District during FY 2014/15 for
accomplishing the replenishment is $8.00 per acre-foot for agricultural and
(municipal) recreational uses (the maximum rate allowed under the
District’s Replenishment Assessment Act), and $313.00 per acre-foot for
all other uses.
6.
Based on the findings set forth in this Resolution, the Board hereby determines
and declares that the portion of the estimated cost of purchasing water and
replenishment of groundwater supplies for FY 2014/15 that shall be paid for by a
replenishment assessment is the sum of $7,361,900 and that a replenishment
assessment should be levied upon the production of groundwater from the
groundwater supplies within the District during FY 2014/15.
7.
If for any reason the assessment levied to collect the sum of $7,361,900 is
determined to be void, voidable, illegal or unenforceable, then this Board hereby
finds and determines that the portion of the estimated cost of purchasing water
and replenishment of groundwater supplies for FY 2014/15 that shall be paid for
by a replenishment assessment is the sum of $6,821,400, and that a replenishment
assessment should be levied upon the production of groundwater from the
groundwater supplies within the District during FY 2014/15.
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PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 8th day of April 2014, by the following vote:
AYES:
Directors Sethy, Huang, Koller, Weed, and Gunther
NOES:
None
ABSENT:
None
Paul S. Sethy, President
Board of Directors
Alameda County Water District
ATTEST:
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Gina Markou, District Secretary
Alameda County Water District
(Seal)
Patrick T. Miyaki, Attorney
Alameda County Water District
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RESOLUTION NO. _______
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
LEVYING A REPLENISHMENT ASSESSMENT
WHEREAS, on April 8, 2014, by Resolution No. 14-_____, the Board of Directors of
Alameda County Water District (District) determined that the sum of $7,361,900 should be
raised by a replenishment assessment, and that a replenishment assessment should be levied upon
the production of groundwater from the groundwater supplies within the District during FY
2014/15;
WHEREAS, the Board finds that the replenishment assessment in the February 2014
Survey Report on Groundwater Conditions (Survey Report) is reasonable and required for proper
management of the groundwater basin and does not exceed the amount of the estimated costs
required to provide the services for which the replenishment assessment is levied; and
WHEREAS, the Board further finds that the modification to the replenishment
assessment is exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act,
pursuant to Section 21080 (b)(8) of the Public Resources Code, because it is, in connection with
groundwater replenishment and basin management, for the purposes of (1) meeting operating
expenses, (2) purchasing or leasing supplies, equipment and materials, and (3) obtaining funds
for capital projects necessary to maintain service and system reliability. The analysis in the
Survey Report is hereby incorporated into this Resolution.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of Alameda County
Water District that there shall be and hereby is levied a replenishment assessment on the
production of groundwater from the groundwater supplies within the District during the ensuing
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fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014, and that the replenishment assessment shall be and hereby is
fixed by the Board at a rate of $8.00 per acre-foot of groundwater so produced for agricultural
and (municipal) recreational uses (the maximum rate allowed under the District’s Replenishment
Assessment Act), and $313.00 per acre-foot of groundwater so produced for all other purposes;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the producers of the groundwater shall pay the
replenishment assessment to the District at the time and in the manner hereinafter fixed by this
Board in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 1942, Statutes of 1961 of the regular session
of the 1961 Legislature of the State of California (Replenishment Assessment Act);
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the replenishment assessment for any producer
operating a water producing facility having a discharge opening not greater than two (2) inches
in diameter and providing groundwater for domestic or irrigation uses on an area not exceeding
one acre in extent shall be nil;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that written notice, postage prepaid, shall be mailed to all
operators of water producing facilities in the District as disclosed by the records of the District,
stating the replenishment assessment rate and requesting registration of the operators on or
before May 14, 2014, as required by Sections 12 and 13 of the Replenishment Assessment Act;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that adoption of this Resolution, by fixing the
replenishment assessment rates for FY 2014/15 in the amounts referenced above, amends the
District’s Rate and Fee Schedule (Section I, Subsection D), re-codified as of October 28, 1999,
through Resolution 99-072 and amended as of January 9, 2014, through Resolution 14-002;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the General Manager is directed to incorporate these
changes into an updated Rate and Fee Schedule and that the replenishment assessment identified
in the updated Rate and Fee Schedule shall remain in full force and effect until further order of
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this Board; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the General Manager is authorized to file a Notice of
Exemption with the Alameda County Clerk’s Office.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 8th day of April 2014, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Paul S. Sethy, President
Board of Directors
Alameda County Water District
ATTEST:
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Gina Markou, District Secretary
Alameda County Water District
(Seal)
Patrick T. Miyaki, Attorney
Alameda County Water District
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RESOLUTION NO. _______
OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
PROVIDING PROCEDURES FOR PAYMENT OF REPLENISHMENT
ASSESSMENT
WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of Alameda County Water District (District) has
levied a replenishment assessment for FY 2014/15, commencing July 1, 2014;
WHEREAS, Section 13 of Chapter 1942 of the Statutes of 1961 of the regular session of
the 1961 Legislature of the State of California (Replenishment Assessment Act) provides that
each operator of a water producing facility, with the exception of operators of facilities having a
discharge opening of two inches or less in diameter which provides groundwater for domestic or
irrigation uses on an area of one acre or less, must file a sworn statement as to the acre-feet
produced by its facility on or before the last day of the month immediately following the
respective quarterly periods ending March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31 of each
year;
WHEREAS, Section 14 of the Replenishment Assessment Act provides that the
replenishment assessment shall be due and payable in quarterly installments on the last day for
filing the statement of the production of groundwater from the water producing facility;
WHEREAS, the last day for filing the first of the statements is October 31, 2014;
WHEREAS, the amount due and payable by the operator is to be computed by
multiplying the acre-feet of groundwater produced by the rate of assessment fixed for each acrefoot;
WHEREAS, Section 15 of the Replenishment Assessment Act provides that if any
producer fails to pay a replenishment assessment when due, the Board of the District may charge
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interest at a rate not to exceed one percent (1%) per month on the delinquent amount of the
assessment; and
WHEREAS, Section 13 of the Replenishment Assessment Act provides that each waterproducing facility must be registered and numbered for identification.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of Alameda County
Water District that sworn quarterly statements are to be filed by operators of water producing
facilities, with the exception of operators of facilities having a discharge opening of two inches
or less in diameter and providing groundwater for domestic or irrigation uses on an area of one
acre or less, on or before the last day of the month immediately following the respective
quarterly period ending March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that payments on assessments will be due and payable by
the operators on the last day for filing of said statement and that the first of the assessments will
be due and payable on October 31, 2014;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that computation of the assessment be made by
multiplying the number of acre-feet of groundwater produced by the operator by the rate of
assessment per acre-foot for the type of use;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the quarterly statements with individual account
numbers will be forwarded to the District by operators on the form provided by the District;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that District, at its option, may read the water measuring
device and bill the operator for the amount due, based on such readings. Readings and billings
shall be for the same quarterly periods as are set out in this Resolution. Payment of each
quarterly bill shall be made on or before the last day of the month immediately following the end
of the quarterly periods shown above. If the District decides to read the water measuring device
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and bill the operator for the amount due based on those readings, that procedure shall in no way
waive the obligation of the operator to file timely quarterly statements as required by this
Resolution. The District shall resolve any conflicts between bills based on readings by District
and the Quarterly Statements; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that interest at a rate up to one percent (1%) per month
may be charged on the delinquent amount of assessments.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 8th day of April 2014, by the following vote:
AYES:
NOES:
ABSENT:
Paul S. Sethy, President
Board of Directors
Alameda County Water District
ATTEST:
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
Gina Markou, District Secretary
Alameda County Water District
(Seal)
Patrick T. Miyaki, Attorney
Alameda County Water District
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OPERATIONS & WATER QUALITY COMMITTEE
SUMMARY MINUTES
March 5, 2013
4:15P.M.
ATTENDANCE
Directors: James Gunther (Chair), Judy Huang
Staff: Steve Peterson, Jeannette Kelley, Greg Buncab, Evan Buckland ~
DISCUSSION TOPICS
1. NPDES General Permit for Water Releases: Greg Buncab summarized the process for
establishing an NPDES permit for potable water discharges . He reviewed the history of the
District' s involvement in the NPDES permitting process and explained that ACWD was one
of eight special districts in a group known as the Water Agency Task Force (WATF) . The
WATF was established in 2011 to fund a permit writer at the San Francisco Regional Water
Quality Control Board (SFRWQCB) via contracts and agreements. The permit writer was
tasked with drafting a general permit for covering potable water discharges. The permit
writer was hired in August 2012 and submitted a draft NPDES permit to the WATF for
review in November 2013 . There were numerous conditions in the draft NPDES permit that
the WATF has been addressing with the SFR WQCB since its release. Of these concerns, Mr.
Buncab described ACWD's top five concerns, comparing them to present compliance
activity. Director Huang acknowledged staffs concerns and explained that it would be
difficult to remove certain requirements in the draft permit due to the point source nature of
potable water discharges from water utilities. She suggested that staff continue to negotiate
with the SFRWQCB in mitigating some of the requirements but not necessarily removing
them. Mr. Buncab presented SFRWQCB's timeline for adoption of the draft NPDES permit
and concluded by highlighting additional topics that the District would need to consider in
order to comply with the NPDES permit should it be adopted in its current state.
Mr. Buncab concluded by mentioning that the WATF wanted the SFRWQCB to consider the
cost of compliance when drafting the NPDES permit. Director Huang recommended that
staff focus on negotiating the permit conditions that were technically infeasible rather than
making the argument that compliance with the new permit was cost prohibitive.
2. Water Supply Update: Evan Buckland gave an update to the committee on ACWD ' s water
supply outlook for 2014. He explained how the recent rain events were utilized to help
improve levels within Quarry Lakes as well as the Niles Cone Groundwater Basin. Mr.
Buckland reviewed the current precipitation and snow pack around various regions of
California, and discussed their importance in obtaining water this year from the State Water
Project. Mr. Buckland then went on to describe the near term and long term precipitation and
temperature predictions for California. Director Gunther asked about the volume of in-Delta
pumpers and how much extra water could be available by fallowing . Mr. Buckland indicated
that a recent DWR review of the drought in the late 80' s and early 90 ' s revealed minimal
additional water becoming available as a result of in-Delta fallowing. Director Gunther
inquired about East Bay Municipal Utilities District plans to operate its Freeport pumping
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facility on the Sacramento River. Mr. Peterson responded by indicating that EBMUD has not
begun to use the Freeport facility at this point in time, but may ask its Board in April to
approve the operation of the facility in late summer if minimum water storage thresholds are
forecasted to be reached by the end of September.
3. Public Comments: There were no public comments.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Topics discussed by the Committee were informational only, and no recommendations are being
made.
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ADMINISTRATIVE & FINANCE COMMITTEE
SUMMARY MINUTES
March 18, 2014
3:00P.M.
ATTENDANCE
Paul Sethy (Chair), John Weed
Directors:
Staff:
Walt Wadlow, Bob Shaver, Shelley Burgett, Ariz Naqvi, Len Pristia, Robert Ells,
Thomas Niesar, Julia Liang, and Michael Yee bJ..{_t---Consultants: Monique Spyke-PFM, John Bartel & Katherine Moore-Bartel Associates
DISCUSSION TOPICS
1. Rules of the Board-Appointment of Alternates to Board Standing: Item tabled for the sake of
time till next meeting.
2. Quarterly Investment Performance Review: PFM consultant Monique Spyke, presented the
investment performance review for the fourth quarter of 2013. She reviewed various factors
regarding U.S . macroeconomics and the financial markets. And within that context, the
investment strategies that PFM had implemented with the District' s portfolio. Ms. Spyke
noted that the District's portfolio is well-diversified, and has beaten its benchmark (BAML 15 Year U.S. Treasury Index) since inception.
3. Biennial OPEB Valuation Review: John Bartel, Bartel Associates, LLC, provides Other Post
Employment Benefits (OPEB) actuarial services to the District. GASB guidelines require that
the OPEB liability be recalculated every two years. Overall liability decreased from
$44,077,000 on June 2012 to $41 ,869,000 on June 2013. Combined with the increase in the
Actuarial Value of Assets from $7,097,000 on June 2012 to $9,436,000 on June 2013 nets to
an Unfunded Actuarial Accrued Liability (UAAL) of $32,433,000 as of June 2013. However,
it is recommended this year to incorporate the "Implied Subsidy" effect which would bring
the UAAL up to $37,083,000 to take into account the true costs of retirees rather than blend
their costs into the actives. This would mean an Annual Required Contribution of
$3 ,950,000. There was discussion about continuing to use the 7.25% discount rate and Mr.
Bartel explained that this was indeed the appropriate one to use in the valuations for various
technical reasons.
4. CMMS Software for Distribution and Maintenance Division: Ariz Naqvi discussed the
upcoming board item regarding Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
implementation. Mr. Naqvi gave background information on the project and the original
Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) study which made several recommendations regarding
EAM activities at the District. One of the recommendations of the EAM study was to
implement comprehensive EAM software that would be used by both Distribution
Maintenance Division (DMD) and Facilities Maintenance Division (FMD) for work and
asset management, inventory management, and purchasing related to inventory
items. However, as the District moved forward with the JD Edwards (IDE) implementation
project, functionality and capabilities of the new version of JDE were discussed and reviewed
in detail with FMD and DMD staff The District decided to implement asset and work order
management for FMD within JDE because the new version met the needs of FMD and also
because migrating to a new system would have involved significant time and effort from
FMD staff The new version of JDE, however, does not meet the needs of DMD staff
because of a lack of GIS or map based user interface. The use of map based interface is
critical for DMD ' s work related to water mains and service lines. The District reviewed
options for GIS based CMMS software for DMD and selected Cityworks, which is a GIS
based CMMS that works with the District' s ArcGIS platform and integrates with InfraMap, a
valve exercising software being effectively used by DMD field staff The District issued a
Request for Proposal (RFP) for the implementation of Cityworks and reviewed four (4)
proposals that were received in response to the RFP. Staff selected Power Engineers, a
Cityworks platinum partner for implementation of the software. Cityworks software will
also be used for managing permits issued by the District' s Groundwater Division. The cost
for purchase and implementation of Cityworks is $678 ,000 and the cost for implementing
JDE asset management for FMD is $200,000. Mr. Naqvi and Ms. Burgett mentioned that
utilizing JDE for FMD and Cityworks for DMD is much less costly than implementing a
third party EAMS that would have required several complex interfaces to JDE.
Leonard Pristia and Robert Ells discussed several benefits of Cityworks and its integration
with InfraMap software including field access of critical asset and customer data,
identification and markup of asset data corrections in the field, effectiveness of emergency
response for leak and breaks, and quick identification of customers impacted by valve
closures.
Staff responded to several questions from Director Sethy and Director Weed.
5. Drought Financial Implications Follow-Up: Shelley Burgett, Thomas Niesar, and Michael
Y ee followed up on the drought financial implications presentation at the March 13 , 2014
Board meeting. The technical discussion confirmed a tiered rate approach for implementation
for this July, with consideration for some form of minimal "0 Tier" type provision if
possible. The logistical discussion mentioned a possible rescheduling of the April
Administrative & Finance Committee meeting from April 15 to an earlier date.
6. New CalPERS Actuarial Assumptions: Michael Yee reviewed the latest CalPERS Circular
Letter that was issued March 10, 2014 regarding the impact on employer contributions rates
due to changes in actuarial assumptions. The major driver of the increase in projected
contribution rates is the fact that mortality rates have decreased what with retirees living
longer. The increase would be front-loaded with an increase of 1.3% to 4.9% the first fi ve
years, peaking at around 3 7% (~$12 million) in FY 2020/21 , then keeping level for 10 years,
and then ramping down the last 5 years, for a total 20 year phase-in period.
However, last year staff had already made some accommodations in the financial planning
model for just such a possibility as well as for amortization and smoothing revisions, and a
reduced discount rate such that overall the circular letter mentioned changes are essentially
already covered in the model.
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7. Public Comments: There were no public comments.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Topics discussed by the Committee were informational only, and no recommendations are being
made.
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LEGAL & LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE
SUMMARY MINUTES
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
3:00p.m.
ATTENDANCE
Directors: Judy Huang (Chair), Marty Koller
Staff: Walt Wadlow, Bob Shaver U "(_J...---District Counsel: Pat Miyaki (by phone)
Legislative Representative: Ron Davis (by phone)
DISCUSSION TOPICS
1. Update on State Legislation: Using the attached report, Legislative Representative Ron
Davis reviewed the status of introduced bills. Mr. Davis briefly discussed impending
changes in legislative leadership. He identified bills on groundwater as a major focus in the
water area for this session. The committee discussed AB 1739 at some length, and noted
their concern that the eventual language recognizes the advantages of local agencies retaining
control in cases where the basin is well managed.
2. Ballot Statement Fees: Noting the potentially substantial increases slated for ballot statement
fees in Alameda County, staff engaged with the committee in a discussion of alternative
ways to help ensure the accessibility of ACWD Board positions to interested candidates in
the community. The General Manager indicated that he would informally survey other water
agencies in Alameda County and bring options before the full Board which would include
having ACWD bear part of the ballot statement fee.
3. Calaveras Dam: Director Koller engaged staff in a discussion of what state legal
requirements the SFPUC might have to meet with regard to a disaster response or notification
program associated with Calaveras Dam. Staff indicated that they would communicate with
SFPUC in this regard.
4. Public Comments: There were no public comments.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Topics discussed by the Committee were informational only, and no recommendations are being
made.
TO: Walt Wadlow
SUBJECT: March Legislative Update
FROM: Ron Davis
DATE: February 19, 2014
Deadline to Introduce Bills
As we reached the February 21 deadline to introduce bills for the 2014 legislative
year, we find a large number of bills getting introduced for an election year. The
Senate introduced 683 bills, the Assembly introduced 1379 for a total of 2062 bills
for 2014.
Democrats in both the Senate and the Assembly have introduced a large package of
bills to address recent allegations that a lobbyist hosted a number of parties for
legislators in his mansion for a home and failed to properly report it. That failure
just resulted in the largest fine paid by a lobbyist for reporting violations.
Two Democratic members of the State Senate are facing serious legal allegations
and both are on paid leave of absence. As a result, the Democrats in the Senate no
longer hold a two-thirds or super majority. Republicans are again relevant at least
on the Senate side for bills that call for a two-thirds vote such as the budget.
We will also see the majority party leadership change in both houses this summer.
Senate President Pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg will be replaced by Senator Kevin
De Leon. Assembly Speaker John Perez will be replaced by Assembly Member Tony
Atkins. Historically, the leadership positions have been split with one leader coming
from Southern California and one leader coming from Northern California. Senator
De Leon is from the Los Angeles area and Assembly Member Atkins is from San
Diego. So for the first time in memory both leaders are from Southern California.
Count Down to Replace the Water Bond
We have nine water bond bills in the hopper all submitting that they are a better
option than the water bond currently on the November ballot. The deadline to pass
a water bond that would replace the $11.14 billion bond now on the November
ballot is June 26, 2014. Staff in Assembly Member Rendon’s office now has labeled
that date as the start of “Aquapocalypse.” They have started the countdown clock,
and plan to show the number of days left until Aquapocalypse on the front door of
Assembly Member Rendon’s office at the Capitol. Assembly Member Rendon is the
author of AB 1331, one of the nine water bond bills in the legislature.
State Agencies Release Report on Drinking Water Department Transfer
The Secretary for Environmental Protection and the Secretary of the California
Health and Human Services Agency have released the Drinking Water
Reorganization Transition Plan. The Transition Plan describes the proposed transfer
of the Drinking Water Program, currently under the California Department of Public
Health, to the State Water Resources Control Board. The Transition Plan can be
found at www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinkingwater.
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Alameda County Water District Legislative Report
3/17/2014
AB 194
( Campos D) Open meetings: actions for violations.
Current Text: Amended: 1/27/2014 & h1ml
Introduced: 1/28/2013
Last Amend: 1/27/2014
Status: 2/6/2014-Referred to Com. on GOV. & F.
Location: 2/6/2014-S. G. & F.
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Summary: The Ralph M. Brown Act requires, with specified exceptions, that all meetings of a
legislative body of a local agency, as those terms are defined, be open and public and that all persons
be permitted to attend and participate . The act requires every agenda for a regular meeting or notice
for a special meeting to provide an opportunity for members of the public to address the legislative
body on items being considered by the legislative body, as specified. The act authorizes a district
attorney or any interested party to seek a judicial determination that an action taken by a legislative
body is null and void if the legislative body violated certain provisions of the act. This bill would ex pand
the authorization for a district attorney or interested party to seek a judicial determination that an
action taken by a legislative body is null and void if the legislative body violated the requirement that
every agenda for a regular meeting or notice for a special meeting provide an opportunity for
members of the public to address the legislative body on items being considered, as specified.
Position
AB 1249
( ~ D) Integrated regional water management plans: nitrate contamination.
Current Text: Amended: 1/6/2014 & h1ml
Introduced: 2/22/2013
Last Amend: 1/6/2014
Status: 2/6/2014-Referred to Com. on E.Q.
Location: 2/6/2014-S. E.Q.
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Summary: Existing law, the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006, an initiative bond act approved by the voters as Proposition 84
at the November 7, 2006, statewide general election, authorized the issuance of bonds in the amount
of $5,388,000,000 for the purposes of financing a safe drinking water, water quality and supply, flood
control, and resource protection program. Existing law, with regard to those bond funds, makes
available to the Department of Water Resources, $1,000,000,000 for grants for projects that assist
local public agencies to meet the long term water needs of the state including the delivery of safe
drinking water and the protection of water quality and the environment. The act requires that eligible
projects implement integrated regional water management plans that meet specified criteria and
requires the department to give preference to certain proposals . This bill would require an integrated
regional water management plan to include an explanation of how the plan addresses nitrate
contamination, or an explanation of why the plan does not address nitrate contamination, if an area
within the boundaries of the plan has been identified as a nitrate high-risk area by the State Water
Resources Control Board. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
Position
AB 1331
( Rendon D) Clean and Safe Drinking Water Act of 2014.
Current Text: Amended: 3/5/2014 & h1ml
Introduced: 2/22/2013
Last Amend: 3/5/2014
Status: 3/5/2014-From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend , and re-refer to
committee . Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on N.R . & W.
Location: 3/5/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Summary: Existing law, the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012, if approved
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by the vo-ters , would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of $ ii,i40,000,000 purs'u'a nt to
the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water and water supply reliability
program. Ex isting law provides for the submission of the bond act to the voters at the November 4,
2014, statewide general election. This bill would repeal these provisions. This bill contains other
related provisions and other ex isting la w s.
Position
AB 1445
( Logue R) California Water Infrastructure Act of 2014.
Current Text: Amended: 2/14/2014 Jl.dL hlmJ
Introduced: 1/6/2014
Last Amend: 2/14/2014
Status: 2/1 8/2014-Re-referred to Com . on W.,P . & W.
Location: 2/18/2014-A. W.,P. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting la w creates the Safe, Clean , and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012,
which , if approved by the voters , would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of
$ 11, 140, 000,000 pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water
and water supply reliability program. Ex isting law provides for the submission of the bond act to the
voters at the November 4, 2014, statewid e general election. This bill would repeal these provisions.
This bill contains other related provisions a nd other ex isting laws .
Position
AB 1514
( Gonzalez D) Natural community conservation planning agreements.
Current Text: Introduced: 1/ 15/2014 Jl.dL hlml
Introduced: 1/15/2014
Status: 1/23/2014-Referred to Com . on W.,P. & W.
Location: 1/23/2014-A. W. , P. & W.
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Summary: The Natural Commun ity Conservation Planning Act authori zes the Department of Fish and
Wildlife to enter into a specified agreement w ith any person or public entity for the purpose of
preparing a natural community conservation plan, in cooperation with a local agency that has land use
permit authority over the activ ities proposed to be addressed in the plan, to provide comprehensive
management and conservation of multiple wildlife species, including, but not limited to, those species
listed as endangered or threatened . The act authorizes any person, or any local, state , or federal
agency, independently, or in cooperation with other persons, to undertake natural community
conservation planning . The bill would also require an agreement to implement a natural commun ity
conservation plan to identify all lands with in the planning area that are classified by the State
Geologist as containing mineral deposits of regional or statewide significance . The bill would require
the agreement, if classified mineral resources are found to ex ist on lands within the planning area , to
include participation by the State Geologis t, as specified. The bill would require the State Geologist to
evaluate, among other plan principles, and , if feasible, to recommend, ex clusion from the planning
area of lands containing identified mineral resources or, when reclamation practices are proposed that
would render the reclaimed lands suitable for future inclusion within the planning area, temporary
ex clusion until the mineral resources are developed.
Position
AB 1632
( Q.lgn R) Water rights: appropriation.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/10/2014 Jl.dL hlml
Introduced: 2/10/2014
Status: 2/11/2014-From printer. May be heard in committee March 13 .
Location: 2/10/2014-A. PRINT
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Summary: Under ex isting law, the State Water Resources Control Board administers a water rights
program pursuant to which the board grants permits and licenses to appropriate water . Ex isting law
requires the board to allow the appropriation for beneficial purposes of unappropriated water under
terms and conditions as in its judgment will best develop, conserve , and utilize in the public interest
the water sought to be appropriated. This bill would make a technical , nonsubstantive change in
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these provisions .
Position
AB 1636
( Brown D) Water conservation.
Current Text: Amended : 3/10/2014 Jl.dL htwl
Introduced: 2/10/2014
Last Amend: 3/10/2014
Status: 3/11/2014-Measure version as amended on March 10 corrected. Re - referred to Com. on L.
GOV.
Location: 3/11/2014-A. L. GOV.
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Summary: Under existing law, various provisions govern conservation programs and authorize public
entities to enact water conservation programs to reduce the quantity of water used by persons for
the purpose of conserving water supplies . This bill would prohibit a city or county, during a drought
emergency declared by the Governor, from enforcing a law or ordinance requiring a resident to water
his or her lawn . This bill contains other related provisions and other ex isting laws .
Position
AB 1671
( Frazier D) Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: water conveyance system.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/12/2014 Jl.dL htwl
Introduced: 2/12/2014
Status: 2/20/2014-Referred to Com. on W .,P. & W.
Location: 2/20/2014-A. W.,P. & W.
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Summary: Under existing law, the United States Bureau of Reclamation operates the federal Central
Valley Project and the Department of Water Resources operates the State Water Resources
Development System, known as the State Water Project, to supply water to persons and entities in
the state . Existing law provides for the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of water
development facilities by the state, including the State Water Project. Under existing law, State Water
Project facilities include, among others, the facilities that are specified or authorized by the Legislature
as part of the state Central Valley Project. This bill would prohibit the department from constructing
water facilities as part of a specified water conveyance system unless specifically authorized by the
Legislature.
Position
AB 1674
( Bigelow R) Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/12/2014 Jl.dL htwl
Introduced: 2/12/2014
Status: 2/13/2014-From printer. May be heard in committee March 15 .
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Summary: Existing law, the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012, if approved
by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of $11,140,000,000 pursuant to
the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water and water supply reliability
program. Existing law provides for the submission of the bond act to the voters at the November 4,
2014, statewide general election. This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to enact
legislation that would amend the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012 .
Position
AB 1707
(Wi.lk R) Water quality: organization and membership of regional boards.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/13/2014 uar. htwl
Introduced: 2/13/2014
Status: 2/14/2014-From printer. May be heard in comm ittee March 16 .
Location: 2/13/2014-A. PRINT
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Summary: Existing law requires the State Water Resources Control Board and the 9 California
regional water quality control boards to prescribe waste discharge requirements in accordance with
the federal national pollutant discharge elimination system (NPDES) permit program established by the
federal Clean Water Act and the Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act (state act) . The state act
requires regional boards to consist of 7 members appointed by the Governor, 6 of them on the basis
of demonstrated interest or proven ability in the field of water quality and one as a public member not
specifically associated with any enumerated qualification. This bill would make a nonsubstantive
change to these provisions.
Position
AB 1728
( Garcia D) Political Reform Act of 1974.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/14/2014 .l2l!L ht!n!
Introduced: 2/14/2014
Status: 2/27/2014-Referred to Com . on E. & R.
Location: 2/27/2014-A. E. & R.
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Calendar: 4/1/2014 1:30 p.m.- State Capitol, Room 444 ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS AND
REDISTRICTING, FONG, Chair
Summary: The Political Reform Act of 1974 prohibits an officer of an agency from accepting, soliciting,
or. directing a contribution of more than $250 from any party, or his or her .agent, or from any
participant, or his or her agent, while a proceeding involving a license, permit, or other entitlement for
use is pending before the agency and for 3 months following the date a final decision is rendered in
the proceeding, if the officer knows or has reason to know that the participant has a financial interest,
as defined. The act also requires an office r to disclose on the record a contribution of more than $250
from a party or participant received within the 12 months preceding a decision in a proceeding and
would prohibit the official from making, participating in making, or otherwise using his or her official
position to influence a decision in a proceeding in which the official knows or has reason to know that
the party or participant has a financial interest in the decision. This bill would revise the definition of
"agency" to include a local government agency formed pursuant to provisions of the Water Code. The
bill would revise the definition of "license, permit, or other entitlement for use" with respect to
proceedings before a local government agency formed pursuant to the Water Code to apply to all
contracts that are not competitively bid. The bill would deem the financial interests of a person who
compensates a participant to actively support or oppose a particular decision in a proceeding on his or
her behalf to also be a financial interest of the participant. This bill contains other related provisions
and other ex isting laws.
Position
AB 1731
( ~ D) Integrated regional water management plans: funding: disadvantaged communities.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/14/2014 .l2l!f. b.tmJ
Introduced: 2/14/2014
Status: 3/3/2014-Referred to Com . on W. , P. & W .
Location: 3/3/2014-A. W .,P. & W.
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Summary: Existing law, the Integrated Regional Water Management Planning Act, authorizes a
regional water management group, as defined, to prepare and adopt an integrated regional water
management plan. The act requires an in t egrated regional water management plan to address
specified water quality and supply matters. This bill would require in each integrated regional water
management region that not less than 10% of any funding for integrated regional water management
planning purposes be used to facilitate and support the participation of disadvantaged communities in
integrated regional water management planning and for projects' that address critical water supply or
water quality needs for disadvantaged communities . This bill contains other existing laws.
Position
AB 1739
( Dickinson D) Groundwater basin management: sustainability.
Current Text: Introduced : 2/14/2014 .l2l!L ht!n!
Introduced: 2/14/2014
Status: 2/27/2014-Referred to Com. on W.,P . & W .
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Summary: Ex isting law, the Groundwater Quality Monitoring Act of 2001, requ ires the State Wate r
Resources Control Board to integrate ex ist ing monitoring programs and design ne w p r ogram
elements, as necessary, to establish a comprehensive monitoring program capable of assessing e ach
groundwater basin in the state through direct and other statistically reliable sampling approach es .
The act requires the state board, in establishing the comprehensive monitoring program, to prioritize
groundwater basins that supply drinking water. This bill would require the State Water Resources
Control Board, in consultation with the Department of Water Resources , to develop thresholds for the
sustainable management of the priority groundwater basins .
Position
AB 1799
( Gordon D) Land use: mitigation lands.
Current Text: Introduced : 2/18/2014 J2!1L htlll.l
Introduced: 2/ 18/ 2014
Status: 2/27/2014-Referred to Com. on L. GOV.
Location: 2/27/2014-A. L. GOV.
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Calendar: 4/2/2014 1 : 30 p.m.- State Capitol, Room 127 ASSEMBLY LOCAL
GOVERNMENT, ACHADJIAN, Chair
Summary: The Planning and Zoning Law provides that if a state or local agency requires a person to
transfer to that agency an interest in real property to mitigate the environmental impact of a project
or facility, that agency may authorize specified entities to hold title to, and manage that interest in ,
real property, as well as any accompanying funds, provided those entities meet specified
requirements. Existing law requires that if accompanying funds, as defined, are conveyed at the time
the property is protected, then the holder of those accompanying funds must meet specified
requirements and requires a state or local agency to ex ercise due diligence in reviewing the
qualifications of a special district or nonprofit organization to effectively manage and steward land,
water, or natural resources, as well as the accompanying funds . Ex isting law requires a conservation
easement created as a component of satisfying a local or state mitigation requirement to be perpetua l
in duration, and sets forth the requirements for long-term stewardship of property by various entities ,
including, among others, local governmental entities and nonprofit organizations. This bill would
eliminate the requirement of an endowment or other financial mechanism for long-term stewardsh ip
where a governmental entity or special district is the entity required to provide the long-term
stewardship, if the governmental entity or special district provides evidence to the local or state
agency that it possesses an investment-grade credit rating by a nationally recognized statistical rating
organization, and provides either a resolution adopted by the legislative body of the governmental
entity or special district or a contractual agreement with the local or state agency enforcing the
mitigation requirements , as specified.
Position
AB 1807
( ~ R) Water quality: organization and membership of regional boards.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/18/2014 l2l1L htlll.l
Introduced: 2/18/2014
Status: 2/19/2014-From printer. May be heard in committee March 21.
Location: 2/18/2014-A. PRINT
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Summary: Existing law requires the State Water Resources Control Board and the 9 California
regional water quality control boards to prescribe waste discharge requirements in accordance with
the federal national pollutant discharge elimination system permit program established by the f ederal
Clean Water Act and the Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act (state act) . The state act requ ires
regional boards to consist of 7 members appointed by the Governor, 6 of them on the basis of
demonstrated interest or proven ability in the field of water quality and one as a public member not
specifically associated with any enumerated qualification. This bill would make nonsubstantive
changes to these provisions.
Position
AB 1808
(Qa.hle R)
Drinking water.
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Current Text: Introduced: 2/18/2014 QQL llt.wl
Introduced: 2/18/2014
Status: 2/19/2014-From printer. May be heard in committee March 21.
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Summary: Ex isting law, the Cal ifornia Safe Drinking Water Act, requires the State Department of
Public Health to administer the regulation of drinking water and public water systems, as defined, to
protect public health, including the conduct of research, studies, and demonstration programs relating
to the provision of a dependable , safe supply of drinking water. This bill would make a technical,
nonsubstantive change to these provisions .
Position
AB 1874
( Gonzalez D) Integrated regional water management plans: funding.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/19/2014 QQL llt.wl
Introduced: 2/19/2014
Status: 2/27/2014-Referred to Com . on W.,P. & W.
Location: 2/27/2014-A. W.,P. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting law, the Integrated Regional Water Management Planning Act of 2002, authorizes
a regional water management group to prepare and adopt an integrated regional water management
plan with specified components relating to water supply and water quality. Th is bill would require the
Department of Water Resources to develop, by October 1, 2015, a streamlined application process for
the funding of regional projects and programs. The bill would require the Department of Water
Resources to promptly review and pay invoices associated with grants for regional projects and
programs. The bill would require the Department of Finance to review the Department of Water
Resources' contracting procedures for the distribution of grants for regional projects and programs
and to report its findings to the Legislature .
Position
AB 2040
( Garcia D) Public official compensation.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 QQL llt.wl
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/3/2014-Referred to Com . on L. GOV .
Location: 3/3/2014-A . L. GOV.
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Calendar: 4/2/2014 1:30 p.m.- State Capitol, Room 127 ASSEMBLY LOCAL
GOVERNMENT, ACHADJIAN, Chair
Summary: Existing law requires the officer of each local agency, who has charge of the financial
records of the local agency, to furn ish to t he Controller a report of specified information that includes,
among other things, all the financial transactions of the local agency during the nex t preceding fiscal
year . Existing law requires the Controller to compile and publish reports of the financial transactions of
each county, city, city and county, and special district, respectively, together with any other matter he
or she deems of public interest. This bill would require a local agency to additionally report to the
Controller the annual compensation of its public officials, including, but not limited to, separately listing
the name and title of each public official and his or her monthly salary. This bill would also require a
local agency that maintains an Internet Web site to either post the annual compensation of its public
officials, as specified, or post a link to the Controller's Government Compensation in California Internet
Web site . This bill would also define terms for the purposes of these new duties. This bill contains
other related provisions and other existing laws.
Position
AB 2043
( Bigelow R) Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2014.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 QQL llt.wl
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com. on W.,P . & W .
Location: 3/6/2014-A. W.,P. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting law, the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012, if approved
by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of $ 11 , 140,000,000 pursuant to
the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking w ater and water supply reliabil ity
program. Existing law provides for the submission of the bond act to the voters at the November 4,
2014, statewide general election . This bill would repeal these provisions . This bill contains other
related provisions and other existing laws.
Position
AB 2179
( Y.r.il¥ D) Water.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 .lll!f. h.t!DJ
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 2/21/2014-From printer. May be heard in committee March 23 .
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Summary: Ex isting law establishes the State Water Resources Control Board and the 9 California
regional water quality control boards as the principal state agencies with authority over matters
relating to water quality . Existing law also provides various provisions governing water r ights . This bill
would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation affecting the appropriation of water.
Position
AB 2363
(.Qyjrk D) Greenhouse gases: offsets.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/21/2014 .lll!f. h.t!Dl
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 3/10/2014-Referred to Com . on NAT. RES.
Location: 3/10/2014-A. NAT. RES.
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Summary: The California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 designates the State Air Resources
Board as the state agency charged with monitoring and regulating sources of emissions of
greenhouse gases. The state board is required to adopt a statewide greenhouse gas emissions lim it
equivalent to the statewide greenhouse gas emissions level in 1990 to be achieved by 2020 , and to
adopt rules and regulations in an open public process to achieve the maximum, technologically
feasible, and cost-effective greenhouse gas emission reductions. The act authorizes the state board
to include the use of market-based compliance mechanisms. This bill would require the state board to
adopt regulations providing for the generation of offset credits that may be used, sold, or traded
pursuant to a market-based compliance mechanism that the state board may adopt for forest
management activities performed for the purpose of reducing the risk of severe wildfires and activities
involving the application of biochar, as defined, to soil.
Position
AB 2403
( Rendon D) Local government: assessments, fees, and charges.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/21/2014 .lll!L h.t!Dl
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 3/10/2014-Referred to Com. on L. GOV .
Location: 3/10/2014-A. L. GOV.
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Summary: Articles XIII C and XIII D of the California Constitution generally require that assessments,
fees, and charges be submitted to property owners for approval or rejection after the provision of
written notice and the holding of a public hearing. Existing law, the Proposition 218 Omnibus
Implementation Act, prescribes specific procedures and parameters for local jurisdictions to comply
with Articles XIII C and XIII D of the California Constitution and defines various terms for these
purposes. This bill would modify the definition of water to specifically include recycled water and
stormwater intended for water service. This bill would also make legislative findings and declarations
in this regard .
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AB 2420
( Nazarian D) Well stimulation treatments: local prohibition.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/21/2014 .wiL h.t!!l1
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 3/10/2014-Referred to Coms. on L. GOV. and NAT. RES .
location: 3/10/2014-A. L. GOV.
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Summary: Under ex isting law, the Divisio n of Oil , Gas, and Geothermal Resources in the Department
of Conservation regulates the drilling , op eration, maintenance, and abandonment of oil and gas wells
in the state. The State Oil and Gas Superv isor supervises the drilling , operation, maintenance, and
abandonment of wells and the operation , maintenance, and removal or abandonment of tanks and
facilities related to oil and gas production within an oil and gas field regarding safety and
env ironmental damage . Ex isting law requires an operator of a well to apply for a permit, as specified ,
with the supervisor or district deputy, prior to performing a well stimulation treatment, as defined, and
prohibits the operator from either conducting a new well stimulation treatment or repeating a well
stimulation treatment without a va lid, approved permit . This bill would authorize a city or county to
adopt and enforce a local ordinance prohibiting well stimulation treatments .
Position
AB 2636
( Y.a.ttQ D) CaiConserve Water Use Efficiency Revolving Fund.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/ 21/20 14 .wiL h.t!!l1
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 2/24/2014-Read first time .
Location: 2/21/2014-A. PRINT
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Summary: The California Constitution requ ires the reasonable and beneficial use of water . This bill
would establish the CaiConserve Water Use Efficiency Revolving Fund administered by the Department
of Water Resources and would continuously appropriate moneys in the fund, without regard to fiscal
year, to the department, for the pu r pose of water use efficiency projects . This bill would require
moneys in the fund to be used for purposes that include, but are not limited to, at-or- below market
interest rate loans and would permit the department to enter into agreements with local governments
or investor-owned utilities that provide w ater or recycled water service to provide loans .
Position
AB 2686
( Perea D) Clean, Safe, and Reliable Water Supply Act of 2014.
Current Text: Introduced : 2/21/2014 .wiL h.t!!l1
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 2/24/2014-Read first time .
Location: 2/21/2014-A. PRINT
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Summary: Ex isting law, the Safe, Clean , and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012, if approved
by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of $11 , 140, 000,000 pursuant to
the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water and water supply reliability
program. Ex isting law provides for t he submission of the bond act to the voters at the November 4,
2014, statewide general election . This bill would repeal these provisions . This bill contains other
related provisions and other ex isting laws .
Position
( Biymenfjeld D) Local government financing: voter approval.
Current Text: Amended: 4/ 4/2013 .wiL h.t!!l1
Introduced: 2/13/2013
Last Amend: 4/4/2013
Status: 7/10/2013-In committee : Hearing postponed by committee.
Location: 6/27/2013 - S. G. & F.
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Summary: The California Constitution prohibits the ad valorem ta x rate on real property from
ex ceed ing 1% of the full cash value of the property , subject to certain ex ceptions . This measure would
create an additional ex ception to the 1% limit for a rate imposed by a city, county, city and county, or
special district, as defined, to service bonded indebtedness incurred to fund specified public
improvements and facilities, or buildings used primarily to provide sheriff, police, or fire protection
services, that is approved by 55 % of the voters of the city, county, city and county, or special distri ct ,
as applicable . This bill contains other related provisions and other ex isting laws.
Position
SB 848
(W2.lk D) Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality, and Water Supply Act of 2014.
Current Text: Amended: 2/20/2014 JWL .b.t!DJ
Introduced: 1/9/2014
Last Amend: 2/20/2014
Status: 2/26/2014-From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR . (Ayes 5 . Noes 2 . Page
2831 .) (February 26) . Re-referred to Com. on APPR .
Location: 2/26/2014-S . APPR .
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Summary: Ex isting law creates the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012 ,
which, if approved by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of
$11,140,000,000 pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water
and water supply reliability program. Existing law provides for the submission of the bond act to the
voters at the November 4, 2014, statewide general election . This bill would repeal these provisions .
This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws .
Position
SB 927
( Cannella R) Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2014.
Current Text: Introduced : 1/29/2014 JWL .b.t!DJ
Introduced: 1/29/2014
Status: 2/6/2014-Referred to Cams. on N.R. & W., E.Q. , and GOV. & F.
Location: 2/6/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Calendar: 4/8/2014 Anticipated Hearing SENATE N.R. & W., Not in daily file.
Summary: Existing law creates the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012,
which, if approved by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of
$11,140,000,000 pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water
and water supply reliability program. The bond act, among other things, makes specified amounts
available for projects relating to drought relief, water supply reliability , ecosystem and watershed
protection and restoration, and emergency and urgent actions that ensure safe drinking water
supplies are available in disadvantaged communities and economically distressed areas. Ex isting law
provides for the submission of the bond act to the voters at the November 4, 2014, statewide general
election . This bill would rename the bond act as the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Dr inking Water Supply
Act of 2014 and make conforming changes. The bill would instead authorize the issuance of bonds in
the amount of $9,217,000,000 by reducing the amount available for projects related to drought relief
and water supply reliability, as specified . The bill would remove the authorization for funds to be
available for ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects, and would increase the
amount of funds available for emergency and urgent actions to ensure safe drinking water supplies in
disadvantaged communities and economically distressed areas. This bill contains other related
provisions.
Position
SB 938
( Galqiani D) Water rights: reconsideration of a decision or order.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/3/2014 JWL .b.t!DJ
Introduced: 2/3/2014
Status: 2/20/2014-Referred to Com . on RLS.
Location: 2/20/2014- S. RLS.
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Summary: Existing law specifies procedures under which a person may be subject to administrative
civil liability for unauthorized divers ion or use of water. Existing law specifies procedures under which
the State Water Resources Control Board is authorized to order a reconsideration of all or part of its
decision or order. This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to these provisions.
Position
SB 985
( Pavley D) Stormwater resource planning.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/11/2014 QQL l:!1r!!l
Introduced: 2/11/2014
Status: 2/20/2014-Referred to Corns . on E.Q. and N.R. & W.
Location: 2/20/2014-S . E.Q.
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Summary: Existing law, the Stormwater Resource Planning Act, authorizes a city, county, or special
district, to develop a stormwater resource plan that meets certain standards. This bill would require a
stormwater resource plan to identify opportunities to use ex isting publicly owned lands to capture and
reuse stormwater .
Position
SB 1036
( Pavley D) Urban water management plans.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/18/20 14 QQL l:!1r!!l
Introduced: 2/18/2014
Status: 2/27/2014-Referred to Com. on N.R. & W.
Location: 2/27/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting law, the Urban Water Management Planning Act, requires every public and private
urban water supplier that directly or indirectly provides water for municipal purposes to prepare and
adopt an urban water management plan . The act requires each urban water supplier to update its
plan at least once every 5 years on or before December 31, in years ending in 5 and zero, and
requires an urban water supplier to submit copies of its plan and copies of amendments or changes to
the plan to certain entities, including the Department of Water Resources. This bill would authorize an
urban water supplier to include within an urban water management plan certain energy-related
information, including, but not limited to, estimates of the amount of energy used to extract or divert
water supplies.
Position
SB 1049
( Pavley D) Integrated regional water management plans.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/18/2014 QQL l:!1r!!l
Introduced: 2/18/2014
Status: 2/27/2014-Referred to Com. on N.R . & W.
Location: 2/27/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Summary: The Integrated Regional Water Management Planning Act authorizes a regional water
management group to prepare an integrated regional water management plan, in accordance with
certain procedures, for the implementation or operation of specified qualified projects or programs
pertaining to water supply, water quality, or related matters. The act defines "regional projects or
programs" as projects or programs identified in an integrated regional water management plan that
accomplish specified water-related goals, including an increase in water supplies through the use of
certain means. This bill would specifically include projects or programs that reduce energy used to
acquire, transport, treat, or distribute water, as a regional project or program. The bill would require a
regional water management group to include all water suppliers that are within the watershed area,
the area over a groundwater basin or subbasin, or the area within a county's boundaries.
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SB 1080
( Fuller R) Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/19/2014 llll!. h1mJ
Introduced: 2/19/ 2014
Status: 2/27 / 2014-Referred to Com . on RLS .
Location: 2/27/2014-S. RLS.
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Summary: Ex isting law creates the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012 ,
which, if approved by the voters , would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of
$ 11,140 , 000,000 pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water
and water supply reliability program . Ex isting law provides for the submission of the bond act to th e
voters at the Nov ember 4, 2014, statewide general election. This bill would declare the intent of the
Legislature to enact legislation to reduce the $ 11,140,000, 000 bond .
Position
SB 1120
( Galgiani D) Local water supply programs or proj ects: funding.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/19/2014 u.QL h1ml
Introduced: 2/ 19/ 2014
Status: 2/ 27/2014-Referred to Com. on N.R. & W .
Location: 2/ 27/2014-S . N.R. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting law requires the Department of Water Resources to update, eve ry 5 years, t he
plan for the orderly and coordinated control, protection, conservation, development, and use of the
water resources of the state, which is known as the California Water Plan . The depa rtment also is
required annually to prepare and submit to the Legislature a report with regard to the budget for the
State Water Resources Deve lopment System. This bill would require the department to conduct a
statewide inventory of local regional water supply projects and post specified results of the invento r y
on the department's Internet Web site by July 1, 2015.
Position
SB 1168
( Pavley D) Groundwater management plans.
Current Text: Introduced : 2/20/2014 lll1t h1mJ
Introduced: 2/20/ 2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com. on N.R. & W.
Location: 3/6/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting law authorizes local agencies, as defined, to adopt and implement a groundwater
management plan . Ex isting law requires a groundwater management plan to contain specifi ed
components and requires a local agency seeking state funds administered by the Department of
Water Resources for groundwater projects or groundwater quality projects to do certa in things ,
including, but not limited to, prepare and implement a groundwater management plan that includes
basin management objectives for the groundwater bas in . This b ill also would require a local agency to
determine sustainable yield for a groundwater basin in coordination with other applicable local
agencies whose service areas overlie the groundwater basin.
Position
SB 1184
( Hancock D) San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission: sea level rise:
regional resilience strategy.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 lll1t h1mJ
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com . on N.R. & W .
Location: 3/6/2014- S. N.R. & W.
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Summary: Ex isting law , the McAteer-Petris Act, establishes the San Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission, and requires the commiss ion to regulate fill and development within a
specified area in and along the shoreline of the San Francisco Bay area, and to implement
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comprehensive plans for t-he preservation and protection of the San Francisco Bay· and the Suisun
Marsh . Existing law authorizes the commission to develop regional strategies for addressing the
impacts of, and adapting to, the effects of sea level rise and other impacts of global climate change on
the San Francisco Bay and affected shoreline areas . This bill would require the commission, in
collaboration with various other state, regional, and local government agencies, to take action to
protect San Francisco Bay area residents from potential innundation and flooding resulting from sea
level rise by preparing a regional resilience strategy for adapting to rising sea levels in the San
Francisco Bay, containing specified components . The bill would require the commission, no later than
December 31, 2015, to complete the strategy and submit to the Legislature its recommendations for
future actions to be taken regarding sea level rise.
Position
SB 1230
(Committee on Governance and Finance) Validations.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 lll1L htmJ
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com . on GOV. & F.
Location: 3/6/2014-5 . G. & F.
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Summary: This bill would enact the First Validating Act of 2014, which would validate the organization,
boundaries, acts, proceedings, and bonds of the state and counties, cities, and specified districts,
agencies, and entities. This bill contains other related provisions .
Position
SB 1231
(Committee on Governance and Finance) Validations.
Current Text: Introduced : 2/20/2014 lll1L htmJ
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com. on GOV . & F.
Location: 3/6/2014-5. G. & F.
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Summary: This bill would enact the Second Validating Act of 2014, which would validate the
organization, boundaries, acts, proceedings, and bonds of the state and counties, cities, and specified
districts, agencies , and entit ies. This bill contains other related provisions.
Position
SB 1232
(Committee on Governance and Finance) Validations.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 Jll1L htmJ
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com . on GOV. & F.
Location: 3/6/ 2 014-5. G. & F.
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Summary: This bill would enact the Third Validating Act of 2014, which would validate the
organi zation, boundaries, acts , proceedings , and bonds of the state and counties, cities, and specified
districts, agencies, and entities.
Position
SB 1250
( ~ D)
Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/20/2014 lll1L htmJ
Introduced: 2/20/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com. on RLS.
Location: 3/6/2014-S. RLS.
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Summary: Existing law, the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012, if approved
by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of $11,140,000,000 pursuant to
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the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water and water supply reliability
program. Existing law provides for the submission of the bond act to the voters at the November 4 ,
2014, statewide general election. This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to enact
legislation that would amend the act for the purpose of reducing the bond . This bill contains other
related provisions.
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SB 1281
( Pavley D) Oil and gas production: water use reporting.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/21/2014 J2QL html
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 3/6/2014-Referred to Com. on N.R. & W .
Location: 3/6/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Summary: Under existing law, the Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources in the Department
of Conservation regulates the drilling, operation, maintenance, stimulati on, and abandonment of oil
and gas wells in the state. Existing law provides that a person who violates any prohibition specific to
the regulation of oil or gas operations is guilty of a misdemeanor. This bi ll would declare that the use
of freshwater in all elements of the development and production of oil and gas shall be reduced, by
January 1, 2019, to an unspecified percentage of baseline freshwater use in 2014, and would require
the department and the board, in collaboration with the division, to determine the volume of that
baseline use. The bill would require well and facility owners or operators to report to the division the
volume, source, and use of all freshwater, recycled water, and treated water, as specified, and would
require the division to make that information publicly available. Because a violation of the bill's
reporting requirements by an owner or operator would be a crime, the bill would impose a statemandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
Position
SB 1337
( DeSaulnjer D) Public records: electronic copies and media requests.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/21/2014 J2QL htmJ
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 2/24/2014-Read first time.
Location: 2/21/2014-S. PRINT
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Summary: The California Public Records Act requires every state or local agency to make public
records open to inspection at all times during regular office hours and provides that every person has
a right to inspect any public record, except as specified. This bill would require a state or local agency
to provide an electronic copy of a public record when the public record is made available in response
to a request. This bill would require a state or local agency to respond to a request for public records
from a member of the press, as defined, within 14 days. By imposing additional duties upon local
agencies in making public records available for inspection, this bill would impose a state-mandated
local program . This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws .
Position
SB 1370
( Galgiani D) Reliable Water Supply Bond Act of 2014.
Current Text: Introduced: 2/21/2014 l2llL html
Introduced: 2/21/2014
Status: 3/17/2014-In N.R . & W.: Set for hearing.
Location: 3/17/2014-S. N.R. & W.
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Calendar: 4/8/2014 Anticipated Hearing SENATE N.R. & W., Not in daily file.
Summary: Existing law creates the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012,
which, if approved by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in the amount of
$11,140,000,000 pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a safe drinking water
and water supply reliability program. Existing law provides for the submission of the bond act to the
voters at the November 4, 2014, statewide general election. This bill would repeal these provisions.
This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws .
Position
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( Corbett D) Transportation projects: special taxes: voter approval.
Current Text: Amended: 5/21/2013 QQL ll1mJ
Introduced: 12/14/2012
Last Amend: 5/21/2013
Status: 8/29/2013-Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
Location: 8/29/2013-S. APPR.
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Summary: The California Constitution conditions the imposition of a special tax by a city, county, or
special district upon the approval of 2/3 of the voters of the city, county, or special district voting on
that ta x, except that certain school entities may levy an ad valorem property tax for specified
purposes with the approval of 55% of the voters within the jurisdiction of these entities. This measure
would provide that the imposition, ex tension , or increase of a special tax by a local government for the
purpose of providing funding for transportation projects requires the approval of 55% of its voters
voting on the proposition , if the proposition proposing the tax includes certain requirements . The
measure would also make conforming and technical, nonsubstantive changes.
Position
( Corbett D) Local government: economic development: special taxes: voter approval.
Current Text: Amended : 5/21/2013 QQL ll1mJ
Introduced: 12/18/2012
Last Amend: 5/21/2013
Status: 6/27/2013-Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
Location: 6/27/2013-S. APPR .
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Summary: The California Constitution conditions the imposition of a special tax by a city, county, or
special district upon the approval of 2/3 of the voters of the city, county, or special district voting on
that tax, except that certain school entities may levy an ad valorem property tax for specified
purposes with the approval of 55% of the voters within the jurisdiction of these entities. This measure
would provide that the imposition, extension, or increase of a special tax by a local government for the
purpose of providing funding for community and economic development projects, as specified, requires
the approval of 55% of its voters voting on the proposition , if the proposition proposing the tax
contains specified requirements . The measure would also make conforming and technical,
nonsubstantive changes.
Position
SCA 11
( Hancock D) Local government: special taxes: voter approval.
Current Text: Amended : 5/21/2013 QQL ll1m!
Introduced: 1/25/2013
Last Amend: 5/21/2013
Status: 6/27 /2013-Re-referred to Com . on APPR .
Location: 6/27/2013-S. APPR.
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Summary: The California Constitution cond itions the imposition of a special tax by a local government
upon the approval of 2/3 of the voters of t he local government voting on that tax, and prohibits a local
government from imposing an ad valorem tax on real property or a transactions tax or sales tax on
the sale of real property. This measure would instead condition the imposition, extension, or increase
of a special tax by a local government upon the approval of 55% of the voters voting on the
proposition , if the proposition proposing the tax contains specified requirements . The measure would
also make conforming and technical, nonsubstantive changes.
Position
Total Measures: 46
Total Tracking Forms: 46
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ENGINEERING & CAPITAL PROJECTS COMMITTEE MEETING
SUMMARY MINUTES
Thursday, March 20, 2014
4:15p.m.
ATTENDANCE
Directors: Marty Koller (Chair), Paul Sethy
Staff: Robert Shaver, Anna Lloyd, Toni Lyons, and Kalpana Gandhi l,lo{..A.-- - DISCUSSION TOPICS
1. Mayhew Reservoir Roof Replacement and Seismic Upgrades: The committee convened at
Mayhew Reservoir where Project Engineer Kalpana Gandhi reported on the status of the roof
replacement and seismic upgrades project. Mayhew Reservoir was constructed in 1965 and
has a nominal capacity of 4.3 million gallons. Mayhew Reservoir is the largest storage
facility that serves pressure Zones 2 and 3 and is therefore an important storage facility for
the distribution system. Ms. Gandhi explained that the project will result in a seismically
strengthened reservoir roof structure and perimeter walls, an improved ventilation system,
upgraded electrical components, and post-construction site paving.
The project was awarded to West Bay Builders, Inc. on August 8, 2013, in an amount of
$2,647,630. It is anticipated that the reservoir will be in-service by April 29, 2014, with
project completion scheduled for May 30, 2014.
The tour included a discussion of the main elements of the project including: the seismic
strengthening system including concrete buttresses at the perimeter wall, new roof framing
materials of glued-laminated Port Orford Cedar and solid Alaska Yell ow Cedar, metal
decking, protection measures for the existing liner, a new ventilation system, and associated
electrical upgrades.
Ms. Gandhi informed the committee that there are approved change orders to date in the
amount of $22,000. She also indicated that there may be an additional change order cost
associated with column cap material fabrication.
Staff responded to questions from the Directors. In addition, Director Koller requested the
following information:
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POC Glued Laminated Manufacturer- Western Structures, Eugene, Oregon
AYC Solid Sawn Lumber Mill- Cypress International, Jasper, Oregon
Metal Deck Manufacturer - Consolidated System, Inc, Phoenix, Arizona
Welding Process for Structural Steel Connectors- FCAW (flux-cored arc welding)
2. Public Comments: There were no public comments.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Topics discussed by the Committee were informational only and no recommendations are being
made.
Glued-laminated Roof Members and Connectors
WATER RESOURCES PLANNING COMMITTEE
SUMMARY MINUTES
March 26, 2014
4:15P.M.
ATTENDANCE
Director: James Gunther
Staff: . Walt Wadlow, Steve Peterson, Robert Shaver, Eric Cartwright, Frank Jahn, and Sharene
Gonzales W<..v---Public: Yemia Hashimoto
DISCUSSION TOPICS
L Public Information and Community Outreach Update: Staff provided a communications and
outreach update. The update included an overview of a variety of District communication and
outreach efforts, including: routine communications, local newsletters and news articles,
community events, community partnerships, program outreach, department-specific mailings
and public meetings, media coverage, press releases, and school programs. There was
extensive outreach conducted during the month of March, mostly related to drought
communications which included a mailer to every address in the District service area
regarding the new water shortage emergency ordinance. Samples of developed collateral and
printed materials were provided. Please see the attached monthly update for further details.
2. Dry Year Planning Update: Staff reviewed the current hydrologic conditions, and the status
of the District's State Water Project, Hetch-Hetchy, Semitropic, and local water supplies.
Staff also indicated that the DWR is planning on installing salinity barriers in the Delta to
protect water quality at the south Delta pumping plants. The DWR has indicated that these
barriers will be installed by June 1. Staff also reviewed the recent and planned outreach
activities related to the March 13, 2014 water shortage emergency ordinance.
3. Public Comments: Staff received several questions regarding the Water Shortage Emergency
Ordinance. Staff responded to these questions which included: the criteria for reviewing
exceptions to the ordinance; and application of the ordinance to water parks. Staff also
indicated that the ordinance will only be in place while there is a water shortage emergency,
however, water conservation is a long-term strategy and commitment of the District.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Topics discussed by the Committee were informational only and no recommendations are being
made.
ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
RAINFALL REPORT
Fiscal Year 2013-2014
4/1/2014 2:39:58 PM
*
*
*SWP imports for March are estimated. Diversions to Kaiser Pond are
estimated for March and will be finalized.
4/2/2014 8:48:59 AM
Provisional - Fiscal Year 2013-2014
ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
2014 AVERAGE DAY WATER PRODUCTION
80.00
70.00
60.00
AVERAGE DAY MGD
Wells Actual
50.00
Wells Forecast
SFPUC Actual
SFPUC Forecast
40.00
WTP Actual
WTP Forecast
Desal Actual
30.00
20.00
10.00
0.00
Desal Forecast
QUARTERLY DIRECTORS' EXPENSE REPORT
For Period Covering 01/01/14 - 03/31/14
1st Quarter 2014
Date
Description
Gunther
Huang
Koller
2/14/2014 ACWA 2014 Legislative Symposium, Sacramento, March 5, 2014
3/3/2014
Weed
X
Registration
Bridge Toll
Parking
Sub-Total
Sethy
$
-
$
-
X
$
$
$
210.00
5.00
15.00
$
230.00
$
-
AWWA CA-NV 2014 Spring Conference, Anaheim, CA Mar 24-28,
2014
Registration
$
210.00
$
210.00
X
$
445.00
Sub-Total
$
-
$
-
$
-
$
-
$
445.00
TOTAL QUARTERLY EXPENSES
$
-
$
-
$
230.00
$
-
$
655.00
GRAND TOTAL
$
885.00
Quarterly Directors Expense Rpt 2014.xlsx
4/2/2014
ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRI CT
Co nsolid at ed Portfolio Managem ent Su m mary Re port
Fe bru ary 28, 2014
Par
Inv estm ent Typ e
M arket
Value
Value
Book
% of
Da ys to
Valu e
Portfolio
M aturi t y
YT M
Unres trict ed Fu nds:
ACW D Port fo lio
Cert ificates o f Deposit - Bank
$
LAIF/CA MP
2,131,045.00
$
26,602,148.2 8
Pa ssboo k/C hecking
Sub t otal
2,13 1,045.00
$
26,609,796.61
2, 131,045.00
1.82
304
0.447
26,60 2, 148.28
22. 74
1
0 .230
1.94
1
2,265, 108.30
2,265,108 .30
2,265,108.30
30,998,301.58
31,005,949 .91
30,998,301.58
22,580,000.00
23,064,332 .60
23,260,34 6.68
19.89
814
3,350,000.00
3,396,582.90
3,356,598.00
2.87
1252
1. 650
22, 710,000.00
22,832,295 .63
22,969,069.65
19.64
1033
0 .790
18,4 60,000.00
18,767,979.5 5
18,827,41 7.60
16.10
1059
1.180
7,825,000.00
7,83 4,988 .45
7,824,771.5 7
6.69
409
0 .5 90
PFM Mana ged Accou nt Su mmary
U.S . Treas ury Bond I Note
Munici p al Bond I Note
Federal Age ncy Bond
I
Not e
Co rporate Not e
Ce rt ifi cat e of Depos it
Subtotal
Total Unres t ricted Fund s
74,925 ,000 .00
75,896,179.13
76,238,203.50
105,923 ,301.58
106,902,129.04
107,236,505 .08
90,344.97
2, 700,000.00
90,3 44.97
2,744,820.00
90,344 .97
2,7 51,881.31
2, 790,344.97
2,83 5,164.97
2,842,226.2 8
0.480
Restrict ed Fu nds:
2009 Refunding Bond
Pass boo k/Checking
Fe deral Age ncy Bond
Su b t o tal
2012 Acqu isition Fund
CA MP
CA MP M edium Te rm Note
Sub t o tal
Tota l Res tricted Fund s
To t al Port foli o
$
0 .08
1
2.35
609
0 .293
2,311,235 .80
2,3 11,235 .80
2,31 1,23 5. 80
1.98
1
0 .070
4,200,000.00
4,241,677 .91
4,570,625 .75
3.91
82
1.187
6,511,235.80
6,552,9 13 .71
6,88 1,86 1.55
9,301,580 .77
9,388,078 .68
9, 72 4,087.83
115,224,882.35
$
116,290,207.72
$
116,960,592.91
100.00%
622
0 .642
"THE ABOVE IN VESTMENTS ARE CO NSISTENT W ITH THOSE PE RMITTED BY CA LI FOR NIA GOVER NM ENT COD E SE CTION 53651, AN D AR E IN CONFORM ANCE W ITH THE STATED INVESTMENT
POLI CY OF THE ALA MEDA CO UNTY WATER DISTRICT TRE AS URER/A UDITO R AS SUBM ITTED TO SAID DISTRICT'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS. THERE ARE SUFF ICIENT FUN DS AVA ilABLE IN TH E
LO CA L AG EN CY INVESTME NT FUND AND/O R MATURING W ITHIN THE NEXT SIX M ONTHS TO SATISFY ALL DISTR ICT BOARD APPROVED EXPENDITURES."
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ALAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
Portfolio Management
Portfolio Details - Investments
February 28, 2014
CUSIP
Investment#
Issuer
Purchase
Date
Par Value
Market Value
Book Value
Stated
Rate
Days to
Term Matu rity
YTM
Maturity
Date
Certificates of Deposit - Bank
033963959
033963959
G/F-C D/BANK OF THE WEST
11 /13/20 13
141 ,045.00
100073344893
141 ,045.00
100073344893
141,045.00
G/F-CD/JP MORGAN CHASE
0.250
546
438
11 /16/2011
0.250 05/13/2015
1,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
INSTA LLERS RE IMB. FD-CD/FREMNT
0.720
1,097
261
01/23/2014
0.720 11/17/2014
990,000.00
990,000.00
990 ,000.00
0. 200
365
328
0.200 01 /23/2015
2,131,045.00
2,131 ,045.00
2,131 ,045.00
720
304
0.447
10,355.04
26,523,042.00
10,355.04
26,530,670.56
1
1
0.070
68 ,751 .24
1
0.230
1
1
0.230
1
1
1
1
0.000
0.001
1
1
0.000
1
1
1
0.000
0.000
274092000
274092000
Subtotal and Average
LAIF/CAMP
528-00
528-00
G/F-CAMP
90-01-001 -A
90-01 -00 1-A
G/F-LA IF
90-01-001 -B
90-01 -00 1-B
CONSUMER GUAR. FD-LA IF
Subtotal and Average
10,355.04
0.070
1
68,77 1.01
26 ,523,042.00
68,751.24
0.230
0.230
1
1
26,602,148.28
26,609 ,796.61
26,602,148.28
820,422.56
820,422.56
820,422.56
3,835.86
3,835 .86
31,079.76
0.230
Passbook/Checking
604004713
6040047 13
G/F-BANK OF WEST CHECK ING
026576488
604015347
026576488
604015347
G/F-BANK OF WEST CUSTOMER REFU
G/F-BANK OF WEST EFT CKING
07/01/20 13
0281823 11
31,079.76
028182311
604022806
3,835.86
31,079.76
G/F-BANK OF WEST INV TRADE
07/0 1/20 13
1,554, 736.54
1,554,736.54
G/F-BANK OF WEST PAYROLL
1,554,736.54
-4.00
521.48
-4 .00
604022806
027977405
07/01/2013
027977405
G/F-BANK OF WEST SP liR ACCT
07/01/20 13
07/0 1/20 13
604022673
604022673
52 1.48
-4.00
52 1.48
G/F-BANK OF WEST WARRANTS
07/0 1/20 13
70200 16919
-496,297.80
-496,297.80
70200 16919
-496,297.80
G/F-UNION BANK CHECKING
07/01/20 13
175,305.36
604252585
604252585
175,305.36
175,305.36
IN STALLE RS RE IMB . FD-BOW PSB
6040040 10
5,284.63
5,284.63
604004010
5,284 .63
STORAGE CONNN H-BOW CK ING
07/0 1/20 13
128,895.15
128,895. 15
604007872
CONSUMER GUAR FD-BOW CKING
07/01/2013
41 ,328.76
604007872
Subtotal and Average
Total and Average
0.001
1
1
1
1
1
0 .000
1
1
0.000
1
1
0.050
128 ,895.15
1
1
0.000
41 ,328.76
41,328 .76
1
1
0000
2,265,108.30
2,265,108.30
2,265,108.30
1
1
0.000
30,998,301 .58
31 ,005,949 .91
30,998,301 .58
50
22
0.228
0.050
0.000
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Managed Account Summary Statement
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Cash Transactions Summary - Managed Account
Transaction Summary - Managed Account
Opening Market Value
Maturities/Calls
Principal Dispositions
Principal Acquisitions
Unsettled Trades
Change in Current Value
Closing Market Value
$75,839,252.85
0.00
(1,950,790.54)
1,955,189.06
(9,375.78)
61,903.54
Less Purchased Interest Related to Interest/Coupons
Plus Net Realized Gains/Losses
Total Cash Basis Earninqs
Earnings Reconciliation (Accrual Basis)
Ending Amortized Value of Securities
Ending Accrued Interest
Plus Proceeds from Sales
Plus Proceeds of Maturities/Calls/ Principal Payments
Plus Coupons/ Dividends Received
Less Cost of New Purchases
Less Beginning Amortized Value of Securities
Less Beginning Accrued Interest
Total Accrual Basis Earnings
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Principal Payments
Security Purchases
Net Cash Contribution
Reconciling Transactions
0.00
1,954,680.11
90,527.50
0.00
(1,955,358.26)
(89,849.35)
0.00
$75,896,179.13
Earnings Reconciliation (Cash Basis)- Managed Account
Interest/Dividends/Coupons Received
Maturities/Calls
Sale Proceeds
Cash Balance
94,417.07
(169.20)
5,031.63
Closing Cash Balance
$0.00
$99,279.50
Total
75,790,958.30
215,349.73
6,043,313.18
0.00
90,527.50
(6,030,090.24)
(75,819,936.18)
(228,825.08)
$61,297.21
Account 03066100 Page 1
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Portfolio Summary and Statistics
For th e Month Ending February 28, 2014
LAMEDA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT - 03066100
Sector Allocation
Account Summary
Description
Par Value
U.S. T reasury Bond
Municipal Bond
I
I
22,580,000.00
3,350,000.00
22,710,000.00
18,460,000.00
7,825,000.00
74,925,000.00
Note
Note
Federal Agency Bond
I
Note
Corporate Note
Certificate of Deeosit
Managed Account Sub-Total
Accrued Interest
74,925,000.00
Total Portfolio
Unsettled Trades
4,025,000.00
Market Value
Percent
23,064,332.60
30.39
3,396,582.90
4.48
22,832,295.63
30.08
18,767,979.55
24.73
7,834,988.45
10.32
75,896,179.13 100.00%
215,349.73
76,111, 528.86
4,055, 815.40
US TSY Bond I
30.39%
~~
_ _Corporate Note
Muni Bond I Note
4.48%
Fed Agy Bond I
Note
30.08%
Characteristics
Maturity Distribution
38.98%
23.53%
22.02%
Yield to Maturity at Cost
0.81%
Yield to Maturity at Market
0.73%
Duration to Worst
2.52
Weighted Average Days to Maturity
950
11.11%
4.36%
0.00%
0- 6 Months
r
.I
6 - 12 Months
0.00%
1- 2 Years
2- 3 Years
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4-5 Years
Over 5 Years
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Managed Account Issuer Summary
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Credit Quality {S&P Ratings)
Issuer Summary
Issuer
AMERICAN HONDA FINANCE
APPLE INC
BANK OF NEW YORK
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC
CA ST DEPT OF WATER REV BONDS
CHEVRON CORP
COCA-COLA COMPANY
CREDIT SUISSE GROUP
DEERE & COMPANY
FANNIE MAE
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS
FREDDIE MAC
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
IBM CORP
JP MORGAN CHASE & CO
MICROSOFT CORP
PEPSICO, INC
PROCTER & GAMBLE CO
RABOBANK NEDERLAND
SKANDINAVISKA ENSKILDA BANKEN SA
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
SVENSKA HANDELSBANKEN
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INCORPORATED
THE WALT DISNEY CORPORATION
TOYOTA MOTOR CORP
UNITED STATES TREASURY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
US BANCORP
WAL-MART STORES INC
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
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Market Value
of Holdings
635,148.36
776,131.47
1,258,628.25
1,002,635.00
1,185,972.33
300,654.00
1,584,694.42
1,199,367.60
1,804,379.40
553,030.50
13,788,088.96
1,525,333.98
7,518,872.69
1,995,315.79
605,091.33
1,456,864.10
429,011.36
399,958.00
864,480.60
1,798,291.80
1,728,674.25
1,892,092.90
1,501,008.00
1,037,003.00
1,269,515.00
768,248.19
23,064,332.60
1,203,836.00
1,036,977.00
614,935.63
1,097,606.62
Percent
0.84
1.02
1.66
1.32
1.56
0.40
2.09
1.58
2.38
0.73
18.16
2.01
9.90
2.62
0.80
1.92
0.57
0.53
1.14
2.37
2.28
2.49
1.98
1.37
1.67
1.01
30.38
1.59
1.37
0.81
1.45
AAA.
0.96%
AA8.88%
AA+
64.11%
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$75,896,179.13
For the Month Ending February 28, 2014
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Security Type /Description
Dated Date/Coupon/Maturity
U.S. Treasury Bond
-----------------Par
CUSIP
S&P Moody's
Rating Rating
Trade
Date
Settle
Date
Original
Cost
YTM
at Cost
Accrued
Interest
Amortized
Cost
Market
Value
I Note
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 08/02/2010 1.750% 07/31/2015
912828N P1
375.000.00 AA+
Aaa
09/06/12
09/07/12
390.234.37
0.34
525.73
382.486.03
383.261.63
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 08/02/2010 1.750% 07/31/2015
912828NP1
3.500.000.00 AA+
Aaa
04/08/13
04/08/13
3.619.082.03
0.27
4.906.77
3.573.131.03
3.577.108.50
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 12/ 31/2010 2. 125% 12/3 1/2015
912828PM6
950,000.00 AA+
Aaa
11/29/12
12/05/12
1.001.099.61
0.36
3,345.99
980,591.56
981.691.05
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 01/31/2011 2.000% 01/31/2016
912828PS3
2.850,000.00 AA+
Aaa
04/01/13
04/02/13
2.983.037.11
0.34
4.566.30
2.940,347.05
2.941.958.10
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 05/ 02/2011 2.000% 04/30/ 2016
9128280FO
2. 750,000.00 AA+
Aaa
04/01/13
04/02/13
2.886. 748.05
0.37
18.383.98
2.846.400.45
2.844.960.25
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 05/ 02/2011 2.000% 04/30/ 2016
9128280FO
2.825.000.00 AA+
Aaa
04/08/13
04/08/13
2.967.022.46
0.35
18.885.36
2.925.645. 77
2.922.550.08
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 08/ 31/20111.000% 08/31/2016
912828RF9
1.955,000.00 AA+
Aaa
08/29/13
08/30/13
1.965.691.40
0.82
53.13
1.963,910.07
1.978,980.03
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 10/31/2011 1.000% 10/31/2016
912828RM4
1.250.000.00 AA+
Aaa
09/21/12
09/24/12
1.274.267.58
0.52
4.178.18
1.265.835.06
1.264 .062. 50
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 11/30/2011 0.875% 11/30/ 2016
912828RU6
1.100.000.00 AA+
Aaa
12/03/ 13
12/03/13
1.109. 796.88
0.57
2.406.25
1.109.010.93
1.108.164.06
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 01/31/2012 0.875% 01/31/2017
912828SC5
1.000.000.00 AA+
Aaa
02/04/14
02/07/14
1.005.664.06
0.68
700.97
1.005.549.59
1.005. 781.00
US TREASURY NOTES
DTD 03/31/2012 1.000% 03/31/2017
912828SM3
4 ,025,000.00 AA+
Aaa
02/27/14
03/03/14
4,057,703.13
0 .73
17,028.85
4 ,057,703.13
4,0 5 5,815.40
23, 260,346.68
0.48
74,981.51
23,050,610.67
23,064,332.60
Security Type Sub-Total
Municipal Bond
I
22,580, 000.00
Note
CA ST TXBL GO BONDS
DTD 03/27/2013 1.050% 02/01/2016
13063BN73
410.000.00
A
A1
03/13/13
03/27/13
411.385.80
0.93
358.75
410.937.00
411.857.30
CAST DEPT OF WATER TXBL REV BON DS
DTD 09/27/2012 0.991% 12/01/2016
13066KW21
300,000.00
AAA
Aa1
09/19/12
09/27/12
300.000.00
0.99
743.25
300.000.00
300,654.00
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Security Type/Description
Dated Date/Coupon/Maturity
Municipal Bond
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CUSIP
Par
S&P Moody's
Rating Rat ing
Trade
Date
Settle
Date
Original
Cost
YTM
at Cost
Accrued
Interest
Amortized
Cost
Market
Value
Note
CA ST TXBL GO BONDS
DTD 11/05/ 2013 1.750% 11/ 01/ 2017
13063CFC9
1.460.000.00
A
A1
10/ 22/13
11/05/13
1.465,212.20
1.66
8,232.78
1.464.802.55
1.480,23S.60
UNJV OF CAL TXBL REV BONDS
DTD 10/02/2013 2.054% 05/15/2018
91412GSZ9
1.180,000.00
AA
Aa1
09/ 26/13
10/02/13
1.180.000.00
2.05
10,031.51
1.180,000.00
1.203.836.00
1.65
19,366.29
3, 355,739.55
3 ,396,582.90
Security Type Sub-Total
3,356,598.00
3,350,000.00
Federal Agency Bond 1 Note
FANNIE MAE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 11/16/2012 0.375% 12/ 21/2015
3135GOSBO
800.000.00 AA+
Aaa
11/14/12
11/16/12
798.136.00
0.45
583.33
798,910.13
800,849.60
FHLB (CALLABLE) GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 12/ 30/2013 0.375% 12/30/2015
3130AOGKO
1.525.000.00 AA+
Aaa
12/12/13
12/30/13
1.524, 542.50
0.39
969.01
1.524,581.14
1.525.333. 98
FANNIE MAE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 02/15/ 2013 0.500% 03/30/2016
3135GOVA8
1.850,000.00 AA+
Aaa
02/14/13
02/ 15/13
1.847.891.00
0.54
3,879.86
1.848.591.23
1.853.115.40
FNMA NOTES
DTD 03/ 04/2011 2.375% 04/11/ 2016
3135GOBAO
1,750.000.00 AA+
Aaa
07/27/12
07/30/12
1.864,240.00
0.59
16,163.19
1.815,534.49
1.822.259.2S
FREDDIE MAC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 03/07/201 3 0.500% 05/ 13/2016
3137EAD09
660 ,000.00 AA+
Aaa
03/06/13
03/07/13
659,960.40
0.50
990.00
659,972.23
661.561.56
FREDDIE MAC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 07/08/2011 2.000% 08/25/20 16
3137EACW7
2,000,000.00 AA+
Aaa
09/06/12
09/07/12
2,108,080.00
0.62
666.67
2.067,973.76
2,071.496.00
FANNIE MAE NOTES
DTD 10/20/ 2011 1.375% 11/15/2016
3135GOES8
2,050,000.00 AA+
Aaa
08/01/12
08/02/12
2.111.725.50
0.66
8,299.65
2,089,167.24
2,090. 762.20
FNMA NOTES
DTD 03/01/2012 1.125% 04/27/20 17
3135GOJA2
1,275,000.00 AA+
Aaa
07/27/12
07/30/12
1.292,1 36.00
0.84
4,940.63
1.286,480.84
1.284.691.28
FREDDIE MAC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 05/14/2012 1.000% 06/ 29/2017
3137EADH 9
2.675.000.00 AA+
Aaa
10/31/13
11/01/13
2. 678.745.00
0.96
4,606.94
2.678.415.55
2.682,337.53
FREDDIE MAC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 06/25/2012 1.000% 07/28/ 2017
3137EADJ5
2,100,000.00 AA+
Aaa
07/27/ 12
07/ 30/12
2.114.742.00
0.86
1.925.00
2,110,127.99
2,103.477.60
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Security Type/Description
Dated Date/Coupon/Maturity
CUSIP
Par
S&P Moody's
Rating Rating
Trade
Date
Settle
Date
Original
Cost
YTM
at Cost
Accrued
Interest
Amortized
Cost
Market
Value
Federal Agency Bond I Note
FANNIE MAE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 09/24/2012 0.87S% 10/26/2017
313SGOPOO
2,900,000.00 AA+
Aaa
11/27/13
12/03/13
2.877,815.00
1.08
8.810.76
2.879.183.60
2.873.433.10
FANNIE MAE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 04/15/2013 0.875% 05/21/2018
3135GOWJ8
1.125,000.00 AA+
Aaa
05/24/13
05/31/13
1.107,956.25
1.19
2.734.38
1.110,465.06
1.102,672.13
FANNIE MAE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 04/15/2013 0.875% 05/21/2018
3135GOWJ8
2.000.000.00 AA+
Aaa
05/22/13
05/ 24/13
1.983. 100.00
1.05
4.861.11
1.985.649.26
1.960.306.00
22,969,069.65
0.79
59,430.53
22,855,052.52
22,832,295.63
Security Type Sub-Total
22,710,000.00
Corporate Note
JPMORGAN CHASE & CO GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 10/18/2012 1.100% 10/15/2015
46623EJR1
500,000.00
A
A3
10/15/12
10/18/12
499,795.00
1.11
2,077.78
499,887.95
502,914.00
BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON (CALLABLE}
DTD 10/25/2012 0.700% 10/23/2015
06406HCD9
275,000.00
A+
A1
10/ 18/12
10/25/12
274,716.75
0.73
684.44
274.843.69
275 ,910.25
BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON
DTD 12/09/2010 2.500% 01/15/2016
06406HBS7
950.000.00
A+
A1
12/17/12
12/20/12
997,975.00
0.83
3,034.72
979.406.29
982.718.00
JOHN DEERE CAPITAL CORP GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 01/23/2013 0.750% 01/22/2016
24422ERZ4
550,000.00
A
A2
01/ 17/13
01/23/13
549.417.00
0.79
446. 88
549,630.47
553.030.50
PEPSICO INC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 02/28/2013 0.700% 02/26/2016
713448CE6
400,000.00
A-
A1
02/25/13
02/ 28/13
399,860.00
0.71
38.89
399,906.60
399,958.00
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC CORPORATE
NOTE
DTD 05/23/2011 2.375% 05/16/2016
882508AR5
1.000,000.00
A+
A1
01/29/13
02/01/13
1.048.350.00
0.88
6,993.06
1.032.592.04
1.037,003.00
TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT CORP
DTD 05/17/2013 0.800% 05/17/2016
89236TAL9
765.000.00
AA-
Aa3
05/14/13
05/17/13
764,686.35
0.8 1
1.768.00
764.768.11
768. 248.19
GENERAL ELEC CAP CORP (FLOATING)
DTD 07/12/2013 0.892% 07/ 12/2016
36962G7A6
585,000.00 AA+
A1
07/09/13
07/ 12/13
585,000.00
0.93
666.51
585.000.00
590.628.29
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
DTD 07/29/2013 1.250% 07/20/2016
94974BFL9
A2
07/22/13
07/29/13
1.083,958.40
1.28
1.544.62
1.084.160.72
1.097.606.62
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Security Type/Description
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For the Month Ending February 28, 2014
Managed Account Detail of Securities Held
CUSIP
Par
S&P Moody's
Rating Rating
Trade
Date
Settle
Date
Original
Cost
YTM
at Cost
Accrued
Interest
Amortized
Cost
Market
Value
Corporate Note
PROCTER & GAMBLE CO NOTES
(EX-CALLABLE)
DTD 08/15/2011 1.450% 08/15/2016
742718DV8
850.000.00
AA-
Aa3
01/04/13
01/09/13
868.283.50
0.84
547.78
862,532.00
864.480.60
WALT DISNEY COMPANY NOTES
DTD 08/22/20111.350% 08/16/2016
25468PCM6
1.250.000.00
A
A2
11/21112
11/27/12
1.269,562.50
0.92
703.13
1.263.007.15
1.269,515.00
AMERICAN HONDA FINANCE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 10/10/2013 1.125% 10/07/2016
02665WAB7
630,000.00
A+
A1
10/03/13
10/10/13
627.807.60
1.24
2,775.94
628,090.08
635,148.36
US BANCORP (CALLABLE)
DTD 11/03/2011 2.200% 11/15/2016
91159HHB9
1.000.000.00
A+
A1
02/1SI13
02/21/13
1.042,940.00
1.02
6.477.78
1.030,999.47
1.036,977.00
JPMORGAN CHASE & CO
DTD 02/18/2014 1.350% 02/15/2017
46623EJY6
950.000.00
A
A3
02/12/14
02/18/14
949.525.00
1.37
463.13
949.530.61
953 .950.10
GENERAL ELEC CAP CORP GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 02/13/2007 5.400% 02/15/2017
36962G2G8
A1
08/28/12
08/29/12
1.446,362.50
1.73
3.000.00
1,381, 768.49
1.404.687.50
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY FIN GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 05/15/2012 1.600% 05/15/2017
084664BS9
525,000.00
AA
Aa2
01/08/13
01/1S/13
532,481.25
1.26
2.473.33
530,574.80
534,780.23
CHEVRON CORP (CALLABLE) GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 12/05/2012 1.104% 12/05/2017
166764AA8
165.000.00
AA
Aa1
11/29/12
12/05/12
165.892.65
0.99
435.16
165,671.82
164,566.05
CHEVRON CORP (CALLABLE) GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 12/05/2012 1.104% 12/05/2017
166764AA8
275.000.00
AA
Aa1
11/28/12
12/05/12
275.000.00
1.10
725.27
275.000.00
274,276.75
IBM CORP GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 02/08/2013 1.250% 02/08/2018
459200HKO
610 ,000.00
AA-
Aa3
02/05/13
02/08/13
607,206.20
1.35
487.15
607,785.18
605.091.33
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY GLOBAL NOTE
DTD 02/11/2013 1.550% 02/09/2018
084670BHO
650.000.00
AA
Aa2
01/29/13
02/11/13
649,096.50
1.58
615.69
649,281.44
651.192.10
WAL-MART STORES INC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 04/11/2013 1.125% 04/11/2018
931142DF7
625.000 .00
AA
Aa2
04/04/13
04/11/13
624.425.00
1.14
2. 734.38
624 .524.87
614.935.63
MICROSOFT CORP GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 05/02/2013 1.000% 05/01/2018
594918AS3
435 .000.00
AAA
Aaa
04/25113
05/02/13
434.725.95
1.01
1.450.00
434.770.53
429.011.36
APPLE INC GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 05/03/2013 1.000% 05/03/2018
037833AJ9
795.000.00 AA+
Aa1
04/30/13
05/03/13
792.066.45
1.08
2.605.83
792.541.49
776.131.47
1.250.000.00 AA+
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Security Type/Description
Dated Date/Coupon/Maturity
S&P Moody's
Par Rating Rating
CUSIP
"-
Trade
Date
Settle
Date
Original
Cost
YTM
at Cost
Accrued
Interest
Amortized
Cost
Market
Value
Corporate Note
CHEVRON CORP GLOBAL NOTES
166764AEO
1.140,000.00
AA
Aa1
06/17/13
06/ 24/13
1.140,000.00
1.72
3,645.02
1.140,000.00
1.145.851.62
191216BF6
1.200,000.00
AA-
Aa3
10/29/13
11/01/13
1.198,284.00
1.68
6,600.00
1,198,394. 15
1.199,367.60
18,827,417.60
1.18
52,994.49
18,704,667.95
18,767,979.55
DTD 06/24/2013 1.718% 06/24/2018
COCA-COLA CO/THE GLOBAL NOTES
DTD 11/01/2013 1.650% 11/01/2018
Security Type Sub-Total
18,460,000.00
Certificate of Deposit
SVENSKA HANDELSBANKEN NY FLOATING
86958CVF8
1.500,000.00
AA-
Aa3
04/03/13
04/05/13
1.499,771.57
0.48
933.79
1.499,887.61
1.501.008. 00
22549TDK1
1.800,000.00
A-1
P-1
07/11/13
07/15/13
1.800,000.00
0.68
1.437.53
1.800,000.00
1,804,379.40
06417FPL8
1.000,000.00
A+
Aa2
03/ 04/13
03/06/13
1.000,000.00
O.S9
1.168.89
1.000,000.00
1,002 ,635.00
21684BEP5
1.800,000.00
AA-
Aa2
04/25/13
04/29/13
1.800.000.00
0.61
3,690.00
1.800.000.00
1. 798,291.80
83051 HUD6
1.725,000.00
A-1
P-1
01/07/14
01/ 10/14
1.725.000.00
0.56
1.346.70
1. 725.000. 00
1.728,674.25
LTCD
DTD 04/05/2013 0.423% 10/06/2014
CREDIT SUISSE NEW YORK CERT DEPOS
(FLOAT
DTD 07/15/2013 0.639% 01/15/2015
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA HOUS CERT DEPOS
(FLT
DTD 03/06/2013 0.490% 03/06/2015
RABOBANK NEDERLAND NV NY CD
DTD 04/29/2013 0.600% 04/29/2015
SKANDINAVISKA EN SKILDA BY NY FLOAT
CD
DTD 01/10/20 14 0.562% 01/04/2016
Security Type Sub-Total
Managed Account Sub-Total
Securities Sub-Total
7,825,000.00
7,824,771.57
0.59
8,576.91
7,824,887.61
7,834,988.45
74,925,000.00
76,238,203.50
0.81
215,349.73
75,790,958.30
75,896,179.13
$74,925,000.00
$76,238,203.50
$215,349.73
$75,790,958.30
$75,896,179.13
Accrued Interest
Total Investments
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$215,349.73
$76,111,528.86
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Portfolio Management
Portfolio Details - Investments
February 28, 2014
CUSIP
Investment#
Issuer
Purchase
Date
Par Value
Market Value
Book Value
Stated
Rate
Days to
Term Maturity
YTM
Maturity
Date
2009 Passbook/Checking
09BRF-MMFD
09BRF-MMFD
09 BOND REDEMPT ION FUN D
07/01/2013
0.00
0.00
0.00
1
1
09RSV-MMFD
09RSV-MMFD
09 BOND RESERVE FUND
07/01/20 13
90,344 .97
90,344 .97
90,344.97
1
1
0.000
12REV-MMFD
12REV-MMFD
12 REVENUE BONDS FU ND
07/0 1/2013
0.00
0.00
0.00
1
1
0.000
90,344.97
90,344.97
90,344.97
1
1
0.000
2,700,000 .00
2, 744,820.00
2,751,881.3 1
2,700,000.00
2, 744,820.00
2,751 ,881 .31
2,311,235.80
2,31 1 ,235.80
2,3 11 ,235.80
2,311,235.80
2,311 ,235.80
2,311,235.80
Subtotal and Ave rage
0.000
2009 .Treas ury Securit ies
912828PE4
912828PE4
09 BOND RESERVE FUND - US TREA
11 /18/20 13
Subtotal and Average
1.250
712
609
0.293 10/3 1/2015
712
609
0.293
1
1
0.070
1
1
0.070
2012 CAMP
98-02
98-02
CAMP BOND
Subtotal and Average
0.070
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2012 CAMP Medium T erm Notes
36962G4C5
36962G4C5
GENERAL ELECTRIC CAPTL CR P
03/09/20 12
2,075,000.00
2,096 ,947.28
2,291,754.50
5.900
795
73
1036 05/13/20 14
46625 HHN3
46625HHN 3
JPMORGAN CHAS E & CO
03/09/20 12
2, 125,000.00
2, 144,730.63
2,278,871.25
4.650
814
92
1.339 06/01/2014
4,200,000.00
4,241 ,677 .91
4,570,625.75
804
82
1.187
Subtotal and Average
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20 12 LAIF
11 -01-041
11 -01 -04 1
LA IF BOND
0.00
0.00
000
1
1
0.234
Subtotal and Averag e
0.00
0.00
0.00
0
0
0.000
Total and Average
9,301 ,580 .77
9,3 88,078 .68
9,724,087 .83
580
211
0.658
0.234
Portfoli o 20 12
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ACWD RESTR ICTED FUND
Portfolio Management
Portfolio Details - Cash
February 28, 2014
CUSIP
Investment#
Issu er
Av erage
B alan ce
Av erage B alanc e
0.00
Total Cash and l nvestm entss
9,731 ,089 .34
Purchase
Date
Page 2
Par Value
Market Value
9, 301,580.77
9,388,078 .68
Book Value
Stated
Rate
Days to
Term Maturity
0
9,724,087 .83
580
YTM
0
211
0.658
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Portfolio as of 12-31-13
Pooled Money Investment Account
PAR VALUES MATURING BY DATE AND TYPE
Maturities in Millions of Dollars
1 day
to
30 days
ITEM
TREASURY
31 days
to
60 days
61 days 91 days 121 days 151 days 181 days 211 days 271 days
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
90 days 120 days 150 days 180 days 210 days 270 days 1 year
$
2,000
$
1,050
$
1,500
$
1,000
$
3,600
$
2,800
TDs
$
1,740
$
632
$
957
$
477
$
294
$
372
AGENCY
$
1,168
$
50
$
150
$
398
$
600
CP
$
1,350
$
800
$
300
$
550
$
150
COs+ BNs
$
2,200
$
2,250
$
775
$
1,550
$
300
$
1,050
$
8,459
$
4,782
$
3,682
$
3,577
$
4,742
$
4,822
$
400
$
4,100
$
6,850
$
250
1 year
to
2 years
2 years
to
3 years
$ 5,900
$ 2,100
3 years
to
4 years
4 years
to
5 year/out
REPO
$
810
$
748
BAs
$
300
$
500
$
4,400
$
7,600
CORP BND
TOTAL
$
52,021
PERCENT
16.3%
9.2%
7.1%
6.9%
9.1%
9.3%
Notes:
1. SBA Floating Rate Securities are represented at coupon change date.
2. Mortgages are represented at current book value.
3. Figures are rounded to the nearest million.
4. Does not include AB55 and General Fund loans.
$
400
0.8%
8.5%
14.6%
$ 6,710
$ 2,848
12.9%
5.5%
$
0.0%
-
$
0.0%
State of California
Pooled Money Investment Account
Market Valuation
12/31/2013
Description
Carrying Cost Plus
Accrued Interest Purch.
Amortized Cost
Fair Value
Accrued Interest
United States Treasury:
Bills
Notes
$
$
14,033,089,088.96 $
17,263,832,010.85 $
14,042,579,686.22 $
17,263,453,805.87 $
14.045,149,000.00
17.275.491,000.00 $
NA
14,779,237.00
Federal Agency:
SBA
MBS-REMICs
Debentures
Debentures FR
Discount Notes
GNMA
$
$
$
$
$
$
568,220,869.50 $
143,738,651.70 $
1,070,960,367.63 $
.
$
1,298,658,722.26 $
$
568.215,900.05 $
143,738,651.70 $
1,070,943,353.75 $
.
$
1,299,566,777.76 $
$
564,382,161.61 $
154,860,553.48 $
1,070,386,400.00 $
$
1,299,775.000.00
$
535,022.23
685,656.73
3,676,778.16
Supranational Debentures
$
149.896.019.16 $
149,896,019.16 $
COs and YCDs FR
Bank Notes
CDsand YCDs
Commercial Paper
$
$
$
$
Corporate:
Bonds FR
Bonds
$
$
Repurchase AQreements
Reverse Repurchase
$
$
Time Deposits
AB 55 & GF Loans
$
$
TOTAL
$
.
.
.
$
$
8,925,006,100.02 $
3,149,185,159.79 $
.
.
.
8,925,006,100.02
3,149,397,111.11
$
$
$
$
.
.
149,684,500.00
$
NA
174,305.50
.
.
$
$
8,920.838,516.80 $
3,148,819.402. 79
3,824,763.92
NA
.
.
$
$
-
$
$
.
$
$
-
.
$
-
$
$
$
.
.
$
$
-
.
-
4,471,640,000.00 $
6.592. 720.682.49 $
4,471,640,000.00 $
6, 592,720,682.49 $
$
57,677,158,088.13 $
57.666.947.672.36
Fair Value Including Accrued Interest
$
-
4,471,640,000.00
6,592,720,682.49
57,693,747,217.17 $
57,717,422,980.71
Repurchase Agreements, Time Deposits, AB 55 &General Fund loans, and
Reverse Repurchase agreements are carried at portfolio book value (carrying cost).
The value of each participating dollar equals the fair value divided by the amortized cost (1.00028762).
As an example: If an agency has an account balance of $20,000,000.00, then the agency would report its
participation in the LAIF valued at $20,005,752.41 or $20,000,000.00 x 1.00028762.
NA
NA
23,675,763.54
POOLED MONEY INVESTMENT ACCOUNT
Summary of Investment Data
A Comparison of December 2013 with December 2012
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)
December
Average Daily Portfolio ($)
58,927,396
-4,750,514
12,148
16,322
-4,174
0.264
0.326
-0.062
209
208
+1
18,639,958
374
14,197,504
284
+4,442,454
+90
1,888,500
84
1,534,000
75
+354,500
+9
977,546
786,575
+190,971
1,794,902
1,463,670
+331,232
Effective Yield (%)
Average Life-Month End (In Days)
Total Time Deposit Transactions
Amount($)
Number
Average Workday Investment Activity ($)
Prescribed Demand Account Balances
For Services ($)
Change
54,176,882
Accrued Earnings($)
Total Security Transactions
Amount($)
Number
201311 December 201211
1
ACWD Distribution System Hardness
N
TO
BL
141
143
CH
90
ER
RY
ST
K-39
M
K-30
K-29
82
147
104
K-06
126
K-13
K-31
96
BO
YC
115
144
N
E
R
D
A
K-50
O
UT
P
LL
SH
149
KW
M AK-01
CU
114
K-07
IN
G
PK
W
BL
680
VD
K-44
K-25
Y
55
79
39
71
137
K-40
K-42
Y
113
880
K-53
48
K-45
45
71
K-52
K-09
17
K-35
69
K-17
WA
RM
K-34
81
16
SP
RI N
GS
66
VD
K-41
BL
Avalon
IO
K-08
Seven Hills
Canyon Heights
IS
S
K-12
RD
78
K-43
VD
VD
NT
92
K-05
140
K-14
OD
Tamarack/Dry Creek
MO
K-32
GO
Special Zones
80
Y
OS
Zone IV
K-10
K-47
W
141
145
BLVD
Zone III
K-49
55
67
PK
FR
E
84
K-04
E
GRIM MER
Zone II
DR
BL
57
K-38
Zone I
PA
K-15
K-48
84
RD
118
69
Pressure Zones
147
O
N
110
VD
K-36
K-28
SE
SO
BL
PA
EN
67
126
Average Hardness of K-Points 97
K-20
EV
K-37
K-24
ST
D
K-19
K-02
W
OO
VD
E
K-33
BL
Hardness < 120 mg/L
133
S BL
VD
AV
DO
NILE
MO
NW
RA
OT O
107
118
Hardness 120 - 134 mg/L
K-03R
117
DEC
AL
VA
K-22
K-27
128
K-26
Hardness 135 - 165 mg/L
RY
K-21
Hardness 166 - 180 mg/L
124
E
DE
138
K-18
AV
AR
K-23
SMITH ST
Hardness > 180 mg/L
124
WHIPPLE RD
RN
103
133
TH
O
K-16
Legend
K-51
K-11
WHIPPLE RD
UNION CITY BLVD
Water Production Facilities
Average Daily Flows and Hardness
for this month
(million gallons)
Flow (MGD)
Hardness (mg/L)
Blender (GW + SFPUC):
7.2
26%
113
Desal:
7.3
26%
81
MSJWTP:
0.2
1%
96
WTP2:
9.0
32%
147
Direct SFPUC Use:
4.3
15%
11
March 2014
40
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