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STATE OF CALIFORNIA


THE RECLAMATION BOARD


REGULAR BOARD MEETING


RESOURCES BUILDING


1416 NINTH STREET


AUDITORIUM


SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2004


9:00 A.M.


JAMES F. PETERS, CSR, RPR

CERTIFIED SHORTHAND REPORTER

LICENSE NUMBER 10063


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APPEARANCES


BOARD MEMBERS


Ms. Betsy Marchand, President


Mr. Tony Cusenza, Vice President


Mr. Bill Edgar, Secretary


Mr. Burt Bundy


Mr. Jeff Mount, Member


Mr. Floyd Weaver, Member


STAFF


Mr. Peter D. Rabbon, General Manager


Mr. Steven Bradley, Chief Engineer


Mr. Scott Morgan, Counsel


Ms. Lori Buford, Staff Assistant


ALSO PRESENT


Mr. Curt Aikens, Yuba County Water Agency


Ms. Margit Aramburu, Delta Protection Commission


Mr. George Basye, Flood Control Association


Ms. Chris Boyer, Contra Costa County Office of Emergency

Services


Mr. Robert Clark, California Central Valley Flood Control

Association


Ms. Marci Coglianese, Bay-Delta Public Advisory Committee

Delta Levees Subcommittee


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APPEARANCES


ALSO PRESENT


Mr. Thomas Davis, Griffin Farms


Mr. Ken Dickerson, Department of Water Resources


Mr. Jeff Fong, Department of Water Resources


Mr. James Griffin, Griffin Farms


Ms. Patty Griffin, Griffin Farms


Mr. Butch Hodgkins, SAFCA


Ms. Mary Keller, Sutter County Water Resources


Mr. Rod Mayer, Department of Water Resources


Mr. Charles McClain, Three Rivers Levee Improvement

Authority, Yuba County Administrator


Mr. Mike Mirmazaheri, Department of Water Resources


Mr. Jeff Moresco, Griffin Farms


Mr. Dave Mraz, Department of Water Resources


Mr. Rick Reinhardt, MBK Engineers


Mr. Ronald Stork, Friends of the River


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INDEX

PAGE


1. Roll Call 1


2. Approval of Minutes - July 16 & September 17 3


3. Approval of Agenda 3


4. Public Comments 5


5. Report of Activities of the Department of

Water Resources 7


CONSENT


6. Consent Calendar


A. Consent Metropolitan Area Watershed Project,

San Joaquin County 22


B. Partial Relinquishment of Flowage Easement,

Solano County 4


REQUESTED ACTIONS


7. Project or Study Agreements 23


8. Applications


Applications No. 17860, Joseph Griffin,

Sacramento River, Colusa County 23


9. Enforcements 68


10. Nonfederal Sponsorship 68


11. Delta Levee Subventions Program


A. Briefing on Delta Levees - subsidence,

sea level rise, and seismicity 79


B. Consider approval of applications and

proposed maximum reimbursement amounts for

Fiscal Year 2004-05 Delta Levees Maintenance

Subventions Program 127


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INDEX CONTINUED

PAGE


INFORMATIONAL BRIEFINGS


12. Reclamation Board Projects 4


13. Yuba County Comprehensive Flood Protection

Program 150


BOARD REPORTS


14. Report of Activities of the General Manager 196


15. Board Comments and Committee Reports 200


16. Adjournment 204


Reporter's Certificate 205


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1 PROCEEDINGS


2 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Ladies and gentlemen, we're


3 going to call the meeting to order. Welcome, and thank


4 you all for coming.


5 This is a meeting of The Reclamation Board, the


6 State of California.


7 And the first item is our roll call. And let the


8 record show that all members are here except for Gloria.


9 Before we go to Item No. 2, I'd like to call on


10 our Vice Chair, Tony, to make a little statement, which no


11 one, including Pete, knows what's going to happen.


12 Tony.


13 VICE PRESIDENT CUSENZA: Thank you, Madam Chair.


14 You said I'm going to make a little statement. I don't


15 know if these people have ever heard me make a little


16 statement.


17 (Laughter.)


18 VICE PRESIDENT CUSENZA: But this is a big


19 statement.


20 I want to share with the audience -- I noticed


21 that the members of the Board know. I want to share with


22 the audience that our General Manager, Mr. Peter Rabbon,


23 was recently elected President of the National Association


24 of Flood and Stormwater Management Agencies. It's called


25 NAFSMA. NAFSMA is an influential group in advocating


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1 effective flood control and storm policy matters


2 nationally.


3 Well, that's our Pete. They finally recognized


4 his talents.


5 And, Pete, we want to congratulate you.


6 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Right. Let's give Pete a


7 big hand.


8 (Applause.)


9 GENERAL MANAGER RABBON: Thank you, Tony.


10 I was just talking to Burt. I thought those


11 kinds of positions really took no time. I've found out


12 that's not the case. And I've also found out that when


13 your executive officer for the organization is back in


14 Washington DC, that they pretty much expect you to come in


15 very early in the morning so you can get ahold of them


16 when they are at their desk.


17 So thank you again. And I look forward to trying


18 to move policy forward that will help California.


19 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Well, you will do a good


20 job. This just requires a lot more work, getting up very


21 early, and no extra pay.


22 (Laughter.)


23 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: That was nice Tony. Thank


24 you.


25 Okay. Now, moving right along. We have approval


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1 of minutes for two meetings, July 16 and September 17.


2 I didn't see the 17th in my packet. Do other


3 people have the 17th?


4 GENERAL MANAGER RABBON: We do not have the


5 September 17th minutes available. We are trying to put in


6 place a new system to receive some additional staff


7 support. And we are still working the bugs out on that


8 new system.


9 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Okay. So we're going to


10 direct our attention to the July 16th minutes.


11 Are there any comments on the minutes?


12 BOARD MEMBER BUNDY: I would move adoption.


13 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Do we have a second?


14 VICE PRESIDENT CUSENZA: I second.


15 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: It's moved by Burt, seconded


16 by Tony, to approve the minutes of the Board of


17 Reclamation for July 16th.


18 Any further discussion?


19 All those in favor say aye.


20 (Ayes.)


21 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Opposed?


22 Motion carried.


23 The next item is to approve this agenda that we


24 have before us. There's plenty of flexibility in this


25 agenda for I think comments that Board members want to


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1 make as we go along.


2 Pete, do you have any --


3 GENERAL MANAGER RABBON: There are three changes.


4 We would like to remove Item 6B, partial


5 relinquishment of flowage easement, Solano County.


6 We would also like to remove Item 12, the status


7 report on Board projects.


8 And we also would like to change the presenter on


9 Item 10 from myself to Scott Morgan.


10 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: On Item No. 10?


11 GENERAL MANAGER RABBON: Nonfederal sponsorship.


12 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: And Jeff has requested,


13 because he's going to make the presentation that he made


14 to the Bay Delta Authority as Item 11, to have a break


15 after 10. Right, Jeff?


16 BOARD MEMBER MOUNT: I just need time to plug in.


17 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Yeah. So we'll have a break


18 in there.


19 All right. Any other additions or corrections to


20 this agenda?


21 Do we have a motion to approve this agenda as


22 outlined?


23 SECRETARY EDGAR: So move.


24 BOARD MEMBER MOUNT: Second.


25 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Moved by Bill, seconded by


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1 Jeff, to approve the agenda with the changes as outlined


2 by Pete.


3 Any further discussion?


4 All those in favor say aye.


5 (Ayes.)


6 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Opposed?


7 Motion carried.


8 This is the time on the agenda for public


9 comments.


10 Is there anyone here who wishes to make a public


11 comment? I do have a card from our friend, Mr. Clark.


12 Welcome, Bob. Glad to see you.


13 MR. CLARK: Thank you President Marchand. And


14 good morning to the members of the Board.


15 And, Mr. Rabbon, my congratulations to you. I'm


16 sure you'll do a good job.


17 My name is Robert Clark and I'm Manager of the


18 California Central Valley Flood Control Association.


19 This morning I wish to address you regarding a


20 recent bill that failed to get through the Legislature,


21 and that is AB 1983. While the bill had good intentions,


22 it created a great deal of anxiety among flood control


23 interests.


24 In spite of the hard work of Assembly Member Wolk


25 and her staff, time ran out before all issues could be


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1 resolved. We believe the issues raised by the Floodplain


2 Management Task Force and addressed by AB 1983 need to be


3 addressed to further future flood control projects in the


4 Central Valley.


5 The Flood Control Association supported the


6 intent of the bill. And its primary concern was that


7 providing environmental elements to flood control projects


8 would not detract from the primary public safety role of


9 The Reclamation Board.


10 In the furtherance of this effort, and I hope in


11 bringing parties together and reaching a consensus on the


12 issues, the Flood Control Association respectfully


13 requests that The Reclamation Board sponsor at least two


14 public workshops, possibly in Sacramento and Fresno, where


15 all the interested parties can review the issues and


16 better understand how to resolve the problems raised by


17 the Floodplain Management Task Force.


18 We hope that such an effort could allow most of


19 the parties interested to work together to bring a more


20 effective and streamlined development of needed flood


21 control projects.


22 We would encourage those interested to follow


23 your effort by developing a legislative proposal that


24 could be presented to Assembly Member Wolk, with broad


25 support from Central Valley flood control interests.


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1 Thank you for your time. And I hope you can do


2 that. And we'd be glad to submit a formal request if that


3 would be helpful.


4 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: I think that would be


5 helpful, Bob.


6 Let me ask you a question, too. I think this is


7 a good idea.


8 Is your association willing to co-sponsor or work


9 with us in any way in these workshops?


10 MR. CLARK: We'd be delighted to.


11 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Okay. Other Board members


12 may wish to make comments.


13 BOARD MEMBER BUNDY: I think it's a great idea.


14 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Everybody's nodding yes. So


15 send us over a letter and we'll get it on.


16 MR. CLARK: Very good. I will.


17 PRESIDENT MARCHAND: Okay. Anyone else here wish


18 to make a comment at this time about any matter not on the


19 agenda? This is the time to tell us what's on your mind.


20 I don't see anyone rushing to the podium. So


21 we'll close this part of the agenda and move to Item No.


22 5, which is a Report of Activities of the Department of


23 Water Resources.


24 And Rod Mayer is going to make this report. It's


25 in our binder that was on our desks.


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1 FLOOD MANAGEMENT ACTING CHIEF MAYER: Good


2 morning, President Marchand, members of the Board, Mr.


3 Rabbon. Rod Mayer, Acting Chief, Division of Flood


4 Management.


5 I'd like to go over with you and comment on what


6 you've already received in your package.


7 We had a record storm in Sacramento back on the


8 19th, which had one hour precipitation of about 1.8


9 inches, which broke a very longstanding record. There was


10 quite a strong cold front that came in that day.
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