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18-62   Award of Contract for Landfill Disposal Services
18-63   Accept and Record Grant of Easement from Dublin Crossings, LLC for the Relocated Portion of the Hopyard Pipeline
18-64   Quitclaiming a Portion of the Existing Abandoned Hopyard Pipeline Easement
18-65   Amendment to Contract with Liebert Cassidy Whitmore for Human Resources and Labor Related Legal Services 
 18-66   Contract Amendment for Design and Construction Support Services for Chain of Lakes Well No. 1 Facility Stabilization Project
 18-67   Contingency for the 2018 Rehabilitation of Flood Control Channels, Phase 1 (FEMA DR 4301) Construction Contract, Project No. 267-18
18-68   Authorization for Out-of-State Travel to Attend the WaterSmart Innovation 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada
18-69   Changing Date of Regular November Board Meeting Due to Thanksgiving Holiday
18-70   Adopting the Final Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration and the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Patterson Pass Water Treatment Plant Upgrades and Ozonation Project

18-55   Amendment to Contract with Robert Half International Inc. to provide as-needed Temporary Labor Services
18-56    Personnel Action:  Financial Analyst, Zone 7 
18-57   "Out-of-State" Travel to Attend the 2018 Floodplain Management Association Annual Conference
18-58   License Agreement with Pleasanton Unified School District 
18-59   Agreement with City of Livermore, for Mitigation in the Arroyo Mocho - Stanley Reach
18-60   Shared Services Agreement with Alameda County Public Works Agency for Hydrologic Assistance 
18-61   Award of Contract for Weed Control Spraying Services


18-53   Authorizing a $2,500 One-Time Payment In-lieu of Increase in the Share of the Cost of Medical Premiums
18-54   Authorization of Payments Pursuant to the Alameda County Management Employees Association (ACMEA) MOU, Sideletter of Agreement

The Patterson Pass Water Treatment Plant Upgrades and Ozonation Project will improve treated water quality, replace aging equipment, increase treated water storage capacity, and increase plant production capacity from 19 million gallons of water a day to 24 million gallons a day (MGD). The project will add new ozonation facilities, replace the existing ultrafiltration (UF) membrane filters and existing three conventional filters with six new conventional filters, and add a new 5 million gallon (MG) treated water storage tank.

Current Status:  The project is currently in the design and environmental review phase.

Construction Schedule:  Construction is anticipated to begin in January 2019, and be completed in early 2022.

Project Cost:  The project is estimated to cost $95 million for planning, design, and contruction; and is funded by water rates, new connection fees, and bonds.

Contact Information:  If you have any questions or concerns about this project, please contact Mona Olmsted at (925) 454-5033, or by email at