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San Diego Municipal Stormwater Copermittees • Preliminary Comments on Tentative Order No. R9-2006-0011 • April 26, 2006 RWQCB Workshop
Presenters • Jon Van Rhyn, County of San Diego • Drew Kleis, City of San Diego • Cheryl Filar, City of Escondido • Richard Diaz, County of San Diego • Kelly Barker, County of San Diego • Karen Helyer, Port of San Diego
General Comments • Additional comments • Tentative Order adoption schedule
Restatement of prohibitions and receiving water limitations throughout the Tentative Order • All instances of compliance timelines expressed as specific dates • Use of the term "fully implement"
D.1 Development Planning • Requirement of a Hydromodification Management Plan (HMP) • Treatment BMP maintenance tracking
D.3.a Municipal • Annual inspection of MS4s • Street sweeping prioritization and frequencies
D.3.b Industrial and Commercial • First-year notification requirements for businesses • Compliance verification for industrial and commercial sources
D.4. ICID • Follow-up times for dry weather field screening investigations
E. WURMP • Definition of “Watershed Water Quality Activity” • Definition of “Short-term Watershed Water Quality Activity”
G. Fiscal Analysis • Copermittee reporting on expenditures
I. Program Effectiveness Assessment • Time frames for modification of Copermittee programs • Use of Level 5 and 6 Outcomes annually
J. Reporting • Consolidation of submittal and reporting requirements • Consolidation of Unified JURMP and Unified WURMP submittals under the RURMP
Receiving Water Monitoring and Reporting Program • Assessment of beneficial uses • New monitoring programs • Follow-up times for Coastal Storm Drain Monitoring