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17-59   Authorizing General Manager to Cast Zone 7's Vote
17-60    Authorization for Director Quigley to Attend the Annual CSDA Conference 
17-61   Board Room A/V Equipment and Installation Services 
17-62   Collaborating Partnership with Imagine H2O
17-63   Revising the Zone 7 Water Agency Strategic Planning Priorities 
17-64   Joint Community Facilities Agreement Between Zone 7, City of Dublin, and Dublin Crossing, LLC
17-65   Agreement with Vulcan Materials Company to Share Costs to Extend a Second Pipeline, Repair Slopes, and Install Drainage at Cope Lake 
17-66   Establishing Program for Administrative Support of Private Flood/Erosion Projects 
17-67   New Classification and Salary Schedule for Retired Annuitant
17-68   Award of Construction Contract for the DVWTP Clearwell Recoating Project
(Project No. 262-17)
17-69   Coating Inspection Professional Services Contract for the DVWTP Clearwell Recoating Project 
17-70   Amend Fanfa, Inc. Contract for Completion of Emergency Bank Stabilization
17-71   Amendment to FlowWest Contract for Emergency Bank Stabilization


The Arroyo Mocho Medeiros Reach Floodplain and Riparian Restoration Project is an integral component of the regional flood control and habitat restoration strategy for Arroyo Mocho in Zone 7's service area. Project objectives include flood risk reduction, sediment management, habitat enhancement, groundwater recharge, water quality improvement, and recreation/community compatibility. The project is located within a 40-acre area along the 0.7-mile Medeiros Reach of Arroyo Mocho in the City of Livermore in Alameda County, California. The Medeiros Reach of Arroyo Mocho is located between Arroyo Road and Holmes Street, south of College Avenue. The project would occur on public property owned by Zone 7.

Project Schedule: Project planning, design, and permitting will continue through 2018. Construction is anticipated during 2019 and 2020.

Project Contact: Emily Moshier, Associate Engineer (925) 454-5035

Previous Work: In 2014, Zone 7 completed improvements on the Arroyo Mocho in the Stanley Reach, the one-mile stretch of creek between Murrieta Blvd. and Isabel Ave.


Zone 7 released a draft Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Arroyo Mocho Medeiros Reach Floodplain and Riparian Restoration Project under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) on April 25, 2018. A Mitigated Negative Declaration means that Zone 7 has studied the potential environmental impacts of the project and determined that any impacts can be avoided or mitigated to a point where no significant impacts to the environment would occur. Based on community feedback, Zone 7 extended the comment period to June 8, 2018 to receive additional community feedback, met with the City of Livermore about the project twice and also attended a site visit with approximately 20 community members.

Zone 7 values the public's input and as a result of the comments received, has decided to revise the project. Zone 7 will continue to work collaboratively with the City of Livermore and the community on the project revisions. The revised project will likely significantly reduce the excavation of materials and associated truck traffic.


09-3259   Addition of One Position in the Classification Instrument Technician 
09-3260   Consulting Contract Amendment with DTN Engineers, Inc. for Electrical Engineering Support Services
09-3261   Executing Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with PG&E for the Regional Washer Rebate Program
09-3263   Amendment 5 with Meyers Nave Riback Silver and Wilson 
09-3265   Authorization to Become a Member of the State Water Project Contractors Authority's Delta Specific Project Committee and to Execute Related Funding Agreement 
09-3266   Adopting Zone 7 Water Agency Board Policy on Conducting Business


09-3236   Accepting the Independent Auditor's Report, Basic Financial Statements and Supplementary Information for the Fiscal Year Ending in June 30, 2008
09-3237   Accepting the Annual Report of Development Fee Revenues and Expenditures for the Fiscal Year Ending in June 30, 2008
09-3238   Conflict of Interest Code 
09-3239   Addition of One Position in the Classification Water Resources Technician II
09-3240   New Classification and Salary Schedule for Associate Control Systems Engineer
09-3241   Four Way Funding Agreement Among EBRPD, ACWD, SCVWD, Quagga and Zebra Mussel Prevention Program for Lake Del Valle 
 09-3242   Contract with HDR Engineering, Inc. to Provide Additional Services to Finalize the Development Impact Fee Engineering Study for the SMMP Projects
09-3243   Authorization to Amend Untreated Water Contracts that Have or About to Expire, to Extend the Term Until December 31, 2010 
09-3244   Authorizing Project No. 188-08, for the Construction of the PPWTP UF Plant Ferric Chloride Storage Expansion Project
09-3245   Modification of Appendix A, Zone 7 Fee and Reimbursement Schedule for February 2009 as Provided in Ordinance 0-2002-24 
09-3246   Adoption of the Delta Charge for 2009
09-3247   Authorize the Use of the Rate Stabilization Reserve for 2009
09-3248   Adoption of the Treated Water Service Rate for 2009
09-3249   Adoption of the Recharge Fee Rate for 2009
 09-3250   Adoption of the Temporary Treated Water Service Rate for 2009
09-3251   Adoption of the Treated Water Rate Schedule for Private Fire System and Standby Service for 2009
09-3252   Adoption of the Untreated Water Rate for 2009
09-3253   Adoption of the Temporary Untreated Water Rate for 2009
 09-3254   Adoption of the Non-Scheduled Untreated Water Rate for 2009 
09-3255   Adoption of the Surplus Untreated Water Rate for 2009
09-3256   Adopting the Fiscal Year 2009/10 Ten-Year Capital Improvement Program Document 
09-3257   Increasing Fiscal Year Appropriations for the High Efficient Washer Rebate Program 
09-3258   Authorizing Dick Quigley to Act as its Voting Delegate for the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA)