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MORE WATER Phase I Reconnaissance Report. C. Mel Lytle, Ph.D. Water Resource Coordinator San Joaquin County Public Works Board of Directors Update February 24, 2004. Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority. Project History. Water Right & FERC Filing 1990

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more water phase i reconnaissance report

MORE WATERPhase I ReconnaissanceReport

C. Mel Lytle, Ph.D.

Water Resource CoordinatorSan Joaquin County Public Works

Board of Directors UpdateFebruary 24, 2004

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

project history
Project History
  • Water Right & FERC Filing 1990
  • Water and hydropower from Mokelumne River – Middle Bar Dam
  • “Last chance from the Mokelumne”
  • Delays due to Regional & State Issues
  • Local Cost Share – County, Stockton & Lodi
  • Phase I Agreement with HDR, Inc. -April 2003

Pardee Reservoir

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

regional location map
Regional Location Map

Middle Bar Reservoir

Duck Creek Reservoir

Lower River Diversion

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

phase i reconnaissance study
Phase I Reconnaissance Study
  • Establish Purpose and Need
  • Screen Project Alternatives
  • Determine Federal Lead Agency
  • Identify Agency Concerns
  • Establish an Environmental Strategy

Duck Creek Site

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

purpose and need
Purpose and Need
  • An element in fulfilling the mission of the Countywide Water Management Plan
  • To provide reliable water supplies
  • To sustain current and future economic, social and environmental viability

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

project alternatives
Project Alternatives
  • Approx. 15 Alternatives Reviewed

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

duck creek camanche diversion
Duck Creek – Camanche Diversion

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

duck creek pardee diversion
Duck Creek – Pardee Diversion

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

duck creek reservoir diversion
Duck Creek Reservoir Diversion

1,000 cfs diversion or 650 million gallons per day

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

duck creek dam reservoir
Duck Creek Dam & Reservoir

150,000 acre foot capacity

6 megawatt power capacity

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

lower river diversion
Lower River Diversion

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

project economics
Project Economics

Other Countywide Projects:

acre feet/year Cost/acre foot

City of Lodi 6,000 $200

City of Stockton 28,000 $350 (treated)

SEWD Farmington 35,000 $130

SJC - Freeport 44,000 $130 - $320

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

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Countywide Water Projects

Potential Projects

Feasibility Phase

Design/Pilot Phase

Implementation Phase

Tier I

New Melones Rights

New Hogan Reoperation

Farmington

SSJID/OID Transfer

South County Water Supply

Stockton Delta Diversion

Urban Conservation

Tier II

NSJWCD GW Recharge

Agricultural Conservation

Freeport

Wastewater Reclamation

Mokelumne River

Tier III

South Gulch

American River

Stockton Delta Diversion

SJC Freeport Interconnect

MORE WATER

SEWD Farmington Program

NSJ - GW Recharge

SSJID/OID Transfers

South County Water Supply

Urban Conservation

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

regulatory agency concerns
Regulatory Agency Concerns
  • EBMUD
  • CCWD
  • State Water Contractors
  • CALFED ISI
  • Mokelumne River Association
  • Corps
  • DF&G
  • USFWS
  • USEPA
  • NOAA Fisheries
  • Difficult to address common elements
  • Difficult to write a valid purpose and need
  • High potential for legal challenges and delay tactics
  • Difficult to pass regulatory permitting phase
  • Could add time and cost

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

project development strategy
Project Development Strategy
  • Phase IIEngineering & Environ.
    • Prepare Engineering Feasibility Study in parallel with Refined Water Management Plan
    • Prepare Program EIR on Water Management Plan
    • Prepare Project-Specific EIR/EIS
  • Phase IIIEngineering & Design
  • Phase IV Permitting & Construction

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

project schedule
Project Schedule

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

questions
Questions?

Mokelumne River Water & Power Authority

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