Tmdl schedule and workplans status july 1999



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Additional Work Needed:



  • Prepare package for Regional Board consideration of the proposed TMDL (CEQA documentation, documentation of stakeholder processes and comments, responses to comments, peer review, notice of filing, etc.)

Year Five

1/4?PY




  • Prepare administrative record and OAL regulatory summary, provide staff report for SWRCB, OAL, and USEPA review.

Year Five

1/4?PY





TMDL Product: Integration of all pieces, formal adoption of Board Resolution

TOTALS:

Year One

1/2 PY

$80,000 contracts

Year Two

3/4 PY

$90,000 contracts

Year Three

3/4 PY

$100,000 contracts

Year Four

1/2 PY




Year Five

1/2 PY





1 Established Stakeholder Group

2 Potential Stakeholder Group

3 Combined Workplan for San Mateo Creeks

4 Not ready for distribution

5 Date to be determined – recently added to the impaired waterbody/pollutant list by USEPA.

a Consideration of all other provisions of Water Code Section 13241, including economic considerations and growth will be conducted in the Allocation task prior to completion of the site-specific objectives.

a


6 Cohen 1998.

7 Bright 1999.

8 Carlton 1993.

9 Cohen 1998.

10 ENRC 1997; Cohen 1998.

11 Wiley 1998.

12 ENRC 1997.

13 ENRC 1997.

14 ENRC 1997.

15 Cohen 1998.

16 Pimentel et al. 1999.

17 Chesapeake Bay Commission 1995.

18 Pontius, 1990.

19 Cohen 1998.

20 Orsi 1995.

21 Note that issuance of these WDRs could require modifying the California Water Code and issuance of permits could require modifying the CWA and/or EPA regulations.

22 For example, natural background rates of sediment production in Franciscan melange bedrock are typically higher than 2000 tons per km2, whereas natural sediment production rates in the Coastal Belt of the Franciscan formation are typically less 100 tons per km2. Potential quality of habitat in the two sub-basin types will be quite different.

23 Stream reach types are defined with respect to sediment transport capability.

24 These studies include: Haible, 1980; Lisle, 1981; Coates et al., 1985; Kondolf et al., 1987; Nolan and Marron, 1988; Lisle, 1989; Lisle, 1993; Madej et al. 1996; Mattole River Council, 1996; Nolan and Marron, 1996.


25 For example, natural background rates of sediment production in Franciscan melange bedrock are typically higher than 2000 tones per km2, whereas natural sediment production rates in the Coastal Belt of the Franciscan formation are typically less 100 tones per km2. Potential quality of habitat in the two sub-basin types will be quite different.

26 Stream reach types are defined with respect to sediment transport capability.

27 These studies include: Haible, 1980; Lisle, 1981; Coates et al., 1985; Kondolf et al., 1987; Nolan and Marron, 1988; Lisle, 1989; Lisle, 1993; Madej et al. 1996; Mattole River Council, 1996; Nolan and Marron, 1996.


28 In Pescadero Creek basin, flood conveyance problems are acute in lower Butano Creek at its confluence with Pescadero Creek, and along mainstem Pescadero Creek in the vicinity of the Town of Pescadero. In San Franciscquito Creek basin, flood conveyance capacity is known to be a problem in the lower reaches of the creek within the communities of Menlo Park, Palo Alto, and East Palo Alto and in Portola Valley along Family Farm Road within the backwater of Searsville Dam. Sedimentation appears to be a primary cause of the flooding in both basins. Flood problems are poorly documented in San Gregorio Creek basin.

29 For example, natural background rates of sediment production in Franciscan melange bedrock are typically higher than 2000 tonnes per km2, whereas natural sediment production rates in the Coastal Belt of the Franciscan formation are typically less 100 tonnes per km2. Potential quality of habitat in the two sub-basin types will be quite different.

30 Stream reach types are defined with respect to sediment transport capability.


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