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File #: 07-0558    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 3/27/2007 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 9/24/2013 Final action: 9/24/2013
Title: Community Development Agency, Transportation Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Approve the proposed final County of El Dorado Tahoe Basin Storm Water Management Plan; and 2) Authorize the Transportation Division to submit the final County of El Dorado Tahoe Basin Storm Water Management Plan to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board - Lahontan Region. FUNDING: General Fund and Public Utility Franchise Fees.
Attachments: 1. 3A - 2013 SWMP Update 9-24-13.pdf, 2. 2A - Draft 2013 SWMP Update 8-27-13.pdf, 3. 2B - 2013 SWMP Presentation 8-27-13.pdf, 4. TSWMP Exhibit A.pdf, 5. Powerpoint - Storm Water Mgmt. Plan.pdf
Related files: 18-0710
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Community Development Agency, Transportation Division, recommending the Board consider the following:
1) Approve the proposed final County of El Dorado Tahoe Basin Storm Water Management Plan; and
2) Authorize the Transportation Division to submit the final County of El Dorado Tahoe Basin Storm Water Management Plan to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board - Lahontan Region.

FUNDING: General Fund and Public Utility Franchise Fees.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
There is no fiscal impact or change to Net County Cost associated with this agenda item. The Lake Tahoe Storm Water Management Plan (TSWMP) update is a requirement within the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Board Order # R6T-2011-101A1. The cost implications to the County of El Dorado (County) for submitting the TSWMP are included within the current Lake Tahoe NPDES Program budget, which is $481,492 for Fiscal Year 13/14. TSWMP activities for future years will be included in future proposed budgets.

Background
The updated TSWMP was drafted in response to Section III.B. of the County’s Lake Tahoe NPDES Permit (Board Order # R6T-2011-0101A1). Section III.B. requires the County to update its TSWMP by October 1, 2013. The TSWMP (Attachment 3A) presented as part of this item satisfies that requirement. The Tahoe Engineering Unit staff authored the updated TSWMP based upon the original TSWMP, which the Board adopted on May 1, 2007 (Legistar # 07-0558).

The TSWMP Components address the majority of the County’s Storm Water Program elements related to the Tahoe Basin, which in turn address the Permit requirements. The TSWMP Components are:
1. Program Management
2. Construction
3. Commercial, Industrial, Municipal and Residential
4. Storm Water Facilities Inspection
5. Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
6. New Development and Redevelopment
7. Public Education
8. Municipal Personnel Training and Education
9. Fiscal Analysis
10. Prog...

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