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C09-13 - Wildermuth Environmental Inc s,4 CITY OF BEAUMONT Svc Nc;tic e December 21, 2015 Wildernuth Environmental, Inc. 23692 Birtcher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 To whom it may concern; On June 18,2013,the City of Beaumont and Wildermuth Environmental, Inc.entered into an agreement for certain planning and engineering services for the implementation of a Recycled Water and Salt Mitigation Project. Per Section 8 Termination of Agreement: The City of Beaumont is exercising their right to terminate this contract effective December 31,2015. Per the direction of our City Council,the City of Beaumont hereby terminated the agreement between the City of Beaumont and Wildermuth Environmental Inc to be effective December 31, 2015. Respectfully, 00 . h Gibbs Acting City Manager City of Beaumont 550 E. 6th Street • Beaumont • CA • 92223 • Phone: (951) 769-8520 • Fax: (951) 769-8526 www.ci.beaumont.ca.us STAFF REPORT Agenda Item TO: Mayor and Council Members FROM: City Manager DATE: November 1, 2011 SUBJECT: Update on Quarterly Monitoring Report Background and Analysis: The attached reports provide an update on compliance with efforts of the City to monitor ground and surface waters within the San Timoteo and Beaumont Management Zones. The information will be forwarded to the State of California Regional Water Quality Control Board in accordance with requirements set forth in the City's waste discharge permit for its wastewater treatment plant. The information includes the following: • Transmittal letter • Quarterly Water Quality Monitoring Reports related to Maximum Benefit Recommendation: Staff recommends the City Council RECEIVE AND FILE the attached reports and AUTHORIZATION of the City Manager to transmit the reports as needed amity iviaiia6k..i November 2, 2011 Mr. Kurt Berchtold Executive Officer Regional Water Quality Control Board 3737 Main Street, Suite 500 Riverside, CA 92501 -3339 RE: Transmittal of the City of Beaumont's 2011 Maximum Benefit Surface Water Monitoring Program Quarterly Reports for the 2nd and 3`d Quarters of Calendar Year 2011 Dear Mr. Berchtold, At their November 1, 2011 meeting, the Beaumont City Council was presented the subject report related to the City of Beaumont's 2011 Maximum Benefit Surface Water Monitoring Program Quarterly Reports for the 2nd and 3`d Quarters of Calendar Year 2011. For your records, these reports are attached to this letter. Should you have any questions, please give me a call. Very truly yours, CITY OF BEAUMONT Alan C. Kapanicas City Manager Cc: Enc: 20112 nd Quarterly Report of the Maximum Benefit Surface Water Monitoring Program; 20113 d Quarterly Report of the Maximum Benefit Surface Water Monitoring Program Table 1 City of Beaumont Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program Surface Water Monitoring Program Data Collection Checklist- 2nd Quarter 2011 ID LSGC -02 Surface water flow in Little San Gorgonio Creek at (Formerly STWMA-4) Cherry Valley Bald. above the confluence with Little San Gorgonio Creek City of Beaumont dry dry dry dry dry dry dry dry Na Na Na Na Noble Creek NC -01 Surface water flow in Noble Creek at Cherry Valley (Formerly STWMA-b) above the confluence with Little San Noble Creek City of Beaumont dry dry dry dry dry dry dry dry Na Na Na Na GBNtl. orgonio Creek NC -02 Surface water flow in Noble Creek just before the (Formerly STWMA-1) confluence with Marshall Creek where A becomes Noble Creek City of Beaumont dry dry dry dry dry dry dry dry Na We Na Na San Timoteo Creek CC -01 Surface water flow in Cooper's Creek downstream Coopers Creek City of Beaumont X X X X X X X X Na Na Na Na (Formerly STWMA-3) of Beaumont WWfP DP 001 STC -01 Surface water flow in San Timotee Creak at San Timoteo Creek City of Beaumont X X X X X X X X rata Na Ns Na (Formerly STWMA -2) intersection with San Timoteo Canyon Road �,° LSGC-011r1 Surface water inflow from Little San Gorgonio City of BeaumonU (Formerly STWMA-7) Creek to the unnamed stormwater recharge basin Little San Gorgonio Creek SGPWA X X X - X X X - Na Na Na Na in Oak Glen, owned by the BCVWD. NC Recharge Facility" Imported water recharge facility at confluence of (Formerly STWMA-B) Link San Gorgonio Creek and Noble Creek Owned and operated by BCVWD. State Water Project Water City of Beaumont X X X - X X X - X Na X Na s LSGC Spreading Feoility "' Imported water recharge facility along Little San City of Beaumont/ (Formerly STWMA-B) Gorgonio Creek. Owned by BCVWD, operated by State Water Project Water SGPWA X' X - X X° X - X Na X Na SGPWA. Beaumont NM ?P DP 001 a Discharge from the City of Beaumont VAWP Discharge Point 001 into Cooper's Creek. Recycled Water City of Beaumont X X X X X X X X X X X X Discharge from the City of Beaumont WWTP Beaumont W WTP OP 0076 Discharge Point 001 into the unnamed tributary to Recycled Water City of Beaumont X X X X X X X X X X X X Marshall Creek. NOTES'. "X" Indicates sampNfiremi roment —a collected "dry" Indicates attempt was made to collect sample /measurement, but site was dry "trace" indicates waft, was present, but net enough te measure now with a pygmy meter or te collect a water quality sample. Deb collected but results net yet received from bbomWfy /woiterating agency z The Maximum Benefit Surface Water Monibring Sltee were renamed te more accurately dementia the monitoring location. The Maximum Benefit M —tong Frog— Work Plan approved by the Regional Board only requires that ae recharge sites be sampled for water quality once per month. ° At-this time, them is no means of quantifying stormwater recharge to LSGC -0 1 " Imported water mcharyed at LSGC Spreading Facility is from the same scum me for the NC Recharge Facility (State Water Pro)ect water wtved by the San Gorgonio Pau water Agency), therefore water quality wmpl s collected at the NC Recharge Facility are considered mpmwnwtve of LSGC Spreading Facility, ° Effluent water wollty samples ropmsentative of the discharge at DP001 and DP007 are wgected at Beaumont Wastewater Treatment Plant MP 001 e. mt�,p" mmion"pane ouew xmti s!r 000ft WILDERMUTH' ENVIRONMENTAL INC. July 15, 2011 Mr. Kurt Berchtold Executive Officer Regional Water Quality Control Board 3737 Main Street, Suite 500 Riverside, CA 92501 -3339 Subject: Transmittal of the City of Beaumont 2011 Maximum Benefit Surface Water Monitoring Program 2"d Quarterly Report Dear Mr. Berchtold: The purpose of this letter is to report the data collected during the second quarter of 2011 as part of the Surface Water Monitoring Program in support of the City of Beaumont's Maximum Benefit commitments in the San Timoteo and Beaumont Management Zones (BMZ and STMZ). Per the request of Regional Board staff, this letter also provides an update on the activities related to the expansion of the groundwater monitoring network in the San Timoteo Management Zone. Surface Water Monitoring Program Table 1 summarizes the discharge and water quality data collected as part of the Surface Water Monitoring Program for the second quarter of 2011. During the first two months of this period (April and May), surface water sites LSGC -02, NC -01, and NC -02 were dry. No direct discharge measurements or field water quality samples were collected for the program during June 2011. Field monitoring will resume in July 2011. During the second quarter, a total of about 3,464 acre -ft of imported State Water Project (SWP) water was recharged to the BMZ: 2,918 acre -ft was recharged at the Beaumont -Cherry Valley Water District's Noble Creek recharge facility and 546 acre -ft was recharged to the San Gorgonio Pass Agency's Little San Gorgonio Creek spreading facility. To date in 2011, at total of 4,800 acre -ft of SWP water has recharged in the BMZ. Also during the second quarter, a total of 742 acre -ft of recycled water was discharged from the City's WWTP No. 1: 587 acre -ft from DP -001 in the STMZ and 155 acre -ft from DP -007 in the BMZ. All recycled water discharged at DP -007 remained within the BMZ (e.g. infiltrated in- stream within the BMZ boundaries). To date in 2011, the City has discharged a total of 333 acre -ft of recycled water to the BMZ. All of the surface water monitoring data collected to date in 2011 are contained in a Microsoft Access database that is included with this report. 23692 Birtcher Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630 Tel 949.420.3030 Fax: 949.420.4040 www.wildermuthenvironmental.com Mr. Kurt Berchtold July 15, 2011 Re: Transmittal of the City of Beaumont 2nd Quarter... Page 2 of 2 Groundwater Monitoring Program Pursuant to the 2008 STMZ Monitoring Program Work Plan, the City collected the fourth and final round of quarterly groundwater quality samples in the STMZ during May 2011. Of the 18 wells able to be sampled in the STMZ, the City is responsible for monitoring nine of them. During the May sampling event, all nine wells were able to be sampled. All of the STMZ groundwater monitoring data collected by the City in 2011 are contained in a Microsoft Access database that is included with this report. Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. is pleased to submit this report on behalf of the City of Beaumont. Please contact us if you have any questions. Very truly yours, Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. Samantha Adams Veva Weamer Senior Scientist II Staff Scientist Il Encl. Table 1; 2011 2nd Quarter Database cc: Dave Dillon and Kishen Prathivadi /City of Beaumont Hope Smythe and Cindy Li /Regional Water Quality Control Board WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Alkalinity = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Ammonia- Nitrogen = 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Calcium = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Carbonate = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Chloride = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Fluoride = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Hydroxide < 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Magnesium = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen < 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Nitrite- Nitrogen < 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Organic Nitrogen = 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM pH = 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM pH (field) _ 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Potassium = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Silica = 1003049 ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Sodium = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Sulfate = 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM TDS = 10030490NE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AMTDS (field) _ 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Total Hardness = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Total Nitrogen < 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Turbidity = 1003049ONE El Casco Lake Ranch 05/10/20119:38:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Alkalinity = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Calcium = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Carbonate < Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 380 2 mg /L 0.31 0.05 mg /L 450 2 mg /L 71 1 mg/L 2 mg/L 12 2 mg /L 94 1 mg /L 3.09 mg /L 1 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.56 0.2 mg /L 23 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.26 0.2 mg /L 8.6 0.1- 7.98 - 1.3 1 mg/L 26 0.5 mg /L 150 1 mg /L 1000 10 umhos /cm 1097 umhos/cm 43 0.5 mg /L 660 10 mg /L 808 mg /L 18.89 C 270 3 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 1.6 0.3 mg /L 7.1 0.05 NTU 0.22 NTU 410 2 mg /L 0.41 0.05 mg /L 500 2 mg/L 80 1 mg /L 14 2 mg /L 2 mg /L WE[ Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Chloride = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Fluoride = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Hydroxide < 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Magnesium = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen < 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Nitrite + Nitrate as N < 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Organic Nitrogen = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM pH = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM pH (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Potassium = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Silica = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Sodium = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Sulfate = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM TDS = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM TDS (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Total Hardness = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Turbidity = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 2/28/201110:45:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:05:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:05:00 AM pH (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:05:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:05:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:05:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Alkalinity = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Calcium = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Carbonate = 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111: 10:00 AM Chloride = Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 66 1 mg /L 0.4 mg /L 1 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.63 0.2 mg /L 26 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg/L 0.1 mg /L 0.013 mg /L 0.22 0.2 mg /L 7.8 0.1- 7.76 - 1.5 1 mg /L 25 0.5 mg /L 120 1 mg/L 1100 2 umhos /cm 970 umhos /cm 53 0.5 mg /L 630 10 mg /L 701 mg /L 19.48 C 310 3 mg /L 1.4 0.3 mg /L 4.8 0.05 NTU 1 NTU 5.54 mg /L 7.52 - 754 umhos/cm 19.39 C 21 NTU 400 2 mg/L 0.31 0.05 mg /L 490 2 mg /L 74 1 mg /L 9.8 2 mg /L 2.6 2 mg /L 68 1 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Fluoride = 0.86 0.05 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg/L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total = 0.66 0.2 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Magnesium = 24 0.1 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Organic Nitrogen = 0.35 0.2 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM pH = 7.9 0.1- 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Potassium = 1.5 1 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Silica = 29 0.5 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Sodium = 120 1 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1000 2 umhos /cm 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111: 10:00 AM Sulfate = 46 0.5 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM TDS = 630 10 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Total Hardness = 280 3 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Total Nitrogen < 0.1 mg /L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111:10:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1.5 0.3 mg/L 1003079 Well 1 Fishermans' Retreat 5/26/201111: 10:00 AM Turbidity = 14 0.05 NTU 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Alkalinity = 350 2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Bicarbonate = 420 2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Calcium = 43 1 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Carbon Dioxide = 14 2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Chloride = 140 1 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:44:59 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) = 5.9 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Fluoride = 0.86 0.05 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 0.2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Magnesium = 5.1 0.1 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 34 0.1 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Nitrite + Nitrate as N = 34 0.1 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Organic Nitrogen < 0.2 mg /L 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM pH = 7.7 0.1- 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:44:59 PM pH (field) = 6.48 - 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Potassium = 1.1 1 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Silica = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Sodium = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Specific Conductance = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:44:59 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Sulfate = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM TDS = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:44:59 PM TDS (field) _ 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:44:59 PM Temperature (field) _ 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Total Hardness = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Total Organic Carbon = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:50:00 PM Turbidity = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 02/14/20112:44:59 PM Turbidity (Field) _ 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Alkalinity = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Calcium = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Carbonate = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Chloride = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Fluoride = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Hydroxide < 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Magnesium = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Nitrate- Nitrogen = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Nitrite- Nitrogen < 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Organic Nitrogen < 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM pH = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM pH (field) _ 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Potassium = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Silica = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Sodium = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Sulfate = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM TDS 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM TDS (field) _ Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 21 0.5 mg /L 260 1 mg /L 1500 2 umhos /cm 1493 umhos /cm 150 0.5 mg /L 920 10 mg /L 971 mg /L 21.53 C 130 3 mg /L 1.5 0.3 mg /L 0.097 0.05 NTU 1 NTU 450 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 540 2 mg /L 60 1 mg/L 10 2 mg /L 3.1 2 mg /L 160 1 mg /L 5.71 mg /L 0.82 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 7.3 0.1 mg /L 47 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg/L 0.2 mg /L 7.9 0.1- 7.07 - 1 1 mg/L 22 0.5 mg /L 340 1 mg /L 1700 10 umhos /cm 1825 umhos /cm 86 0.5 mg /L 1100 10 mg /L 1306 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Total Hardness = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Turbidity = 1201539 Well 1 Henry Schwenckert 05/10/20118:35:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:07:00 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:07:00 PM pH (field) _ 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:07:00 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:07:00 PM TDS (field) _ 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:07:00 PM Temperature (field) _ 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:07:00 PM Turbidity (Field) _ 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Alkalinity = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Ammonia - Nitrogen = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Bicarbonate = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Calcium = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Carbon Dioxide = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Carbonate = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Chloride = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Fluoride = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Hydroxide < 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Kjeldah) Nitrogen, Total = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Magnesium = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Nitrate - Nitrogen < 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Nitrite + Nitrate as N < 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Organic Nitrogen < 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM pH = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Potassium = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Silica = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Sodium = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Specific Conductance 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Sulfate = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM TDS = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Total Hardness = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Total Organic Carbon = 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Alkalinity = Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 21.59 C 180 3 mg /L 47 0.1 mg /L 2.8 0.3 mg /L 0.12 0.05 NTU 1 NTU 0.37 mg /L 7.34 - 769 umhos /cm 500 mg /L 19.56 C 1 NTU 280 2 mg /L 0.29 0.05 mg /L 340 2 mg /L 53 1 mg /L 4.1 2 mg /L 3 2 mg /L 96 1 mg /L 1 0.05 mg /L 2 mg/L 0.43 0.2 mg /L 16 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.013 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 8.1 0.1- 1.3 1 mg /L 21 0.5 mg /L 93 1 mg /L 760 2 umhos /cm 87 0.5 mg /L 430 10 mg /L 200 3 mg /L 0.79 0.3 mg /L 270 2 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Ammonia- Nitrogen = 0.29 0.05 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Bicarbonate = 330 2 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Calcium = 50 1 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Carbonate = 9.4 2 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Chloride = 51 1 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) = 0.6 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Fluoride = 1.1 0.05 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total = 0.4 0.2 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Magnesium = 15 0.1 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen < 0.1 mg/L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Nitrite- Nitrogen < 0.05 mg/L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Organic Nitrogen < 0.2 mg/L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM pH = 8.6 0.1- 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM pH (field) = 7.99 - 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Potassium = 1.1 1 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Silica = 22 0.5 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Sodium = 98 1 mg/L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Specific Conductance = 710 10 umhos /cm 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 753 umhos /cm 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Sulfate = 45 0.5 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM TDS = 450 10 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM TDS (field) = 550 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Temperature (field) = 19.47 C 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Total Hardness = 190 3 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Total Nitrogen < 0.1 mg/L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 0.77 0.3 mg /L 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Turbidity = 7.6 0.05 NTU 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 5/10/201110:43:00 AM Turbidity (Field) = 23 NTU 1201582 Well 2 Fishermans' Retreat 02/17/20111:09:59 PM Turbidity = 4.6 0.05 NTU 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Alkalinity = 160 2 mg /L 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Bicarbonate = 200 2 mg/L 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Calcium = 38 1 mg /L 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Carbon Dioxide = 4.1 2 mg /L 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Carbonate < 2 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Chloride = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Fluoride = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Hydroxide < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Magnesium = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Nitrate- Nitrogen = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Nitrite + Nitrate as N = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Nitrite- Nitrogen < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Organic Nitrogen < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM pH = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM pH (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Potassium = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Silica = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Sodium = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Specific Conductance 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Sulfate = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM TDS = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM TDS (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Temperature (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Total Hardness = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Total Organic Carbon = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Turbidity = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 3/03/201112:27:59 PM Turbidity (Field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Calcium = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Carbonate = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Chloride 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Fluoride = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Hydroxide < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Magnesium = Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 52 1 mg /L 0.26 mg /L 0.47 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 10 0.1 mg/L 2.1 0.1 mg /L 2.1 0.1 mg/L 0.05 mg/L 0.2 mg /L 7.9 0.1- 7.16 - 1.6 1 mg /L 22 0.5 mg /L 71 1 mg /L 550 2 umhos /cm 616 u m hos /cm 34 0.5 mg /L 310 10 mg /L 438 mg /L 20.41 C 140 3 mg /L 0.5 0.3 mg /L 0.2 0.05 NTU 1 NTU 120 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 140 2 mg /L 13 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 3.5 2 mg /L 31 1 mg /L 0.51 mg /L 1.1 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 3.6 0.1 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Nitrite + Nitrate as N = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Organic Nitrogen < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM pH 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM pH (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Potassium < 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118: 10:00 AM Silica = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Sodium = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Sulfate = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM TDS = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM TDS (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Total Hardness = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Turbidity 1208660 Heartland Well City of Beaumont 05/12/20118:10:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Alkalinity = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Ammonia - Nitrogen = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Bicarbonate = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Calcium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Carbon Dioxide = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Carbonate = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Chloride = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:41:00 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Fluoride = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Hydroxide < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Magnesium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Nitrate- Nitrogen < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Nitrite + Nitrate as N < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Organic Nitrogen = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM pH = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:41:00 PM pH (field) _ Qualifier Result 0.52 0.52 8.6 6.88 19 61 330 373 11 210 259 21.41 48 0.43 0.15 0.21 380 0.14 460 48 6.7 3.3 96 0.17 1.1 0.35 16 0.21 8.1 8.21 Detection Limit Unit 0.1 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1- 1 mg /L 0.5 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 umhos /cm umhos /cm 0.5 mg /L 10 mg /L mg /L C 3 mg /L 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU NTU 2 mg /L 0.05 mg/L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L mg /L 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1- WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Potassium < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Silica = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Sodium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Specific Conductance = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:41:00 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Sulfate = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM TDS = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:41:00 PM TDS (field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:41:00 PM Temperature (field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Total Hardness = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Total Organic Carbon = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:45:00 PM Turbidity = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 02/03/20111:41:00 PM Turbidity (Field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:50:59 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:50:59 PM pH (field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:50:59 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:50:59 PM Temperature (field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:50:59 PM Turbidity (Field) _ 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Alkalinity = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Ammonia - Nitrogen = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Bicarbonate = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Calcium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Carbon Dioxide = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Carbonate = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Chloride = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Fluoride = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Hydroxide < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Magnesium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Nitrate - Nitrogen < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Nitrite- Nitrogen < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Organic Nitrogen < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM pH = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Potassium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Silica = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Sodium = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Specific Conductance = Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1 mg/L 43 0.5 mg /L 170 1 mg /L 1100 2 umhos /cm 1079 umhos /cm 45 0.5 mg /L 650 10 mg /L 699 mg /L 19.94 C 180 3 mg/L 1.6 0.3 mg /L 1.9 0.05 NTU 0.67 NTU 0.11 mg /L 8.1 - 719 umhos /cm 19.64 C 3 NTU 350 2 mg /L 0.14 0.05 mg /L 430 2 mg /L 46 1 mg /L 4.5 2 mg /L 4.3 2 mg /L 90 1 mg /L 1 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.34 0.2 mg /L 15 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 8.2 0.1- 1.1 1 mg /L 40 0.5 mg /L 160 1 mg /L 1000 2 umhos /cm WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Sulfate = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM TDS = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PMTotal Hardness = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Total Nitrogen < 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Total Organic Carbon = 1220052 BH -19 Metropolitan Water 05/26/20111:59:59 PM Turbidity = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Alkalinity = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Calcium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Carbonate < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Chloride - 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 02/09/20119:54:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Fluoride = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Hydroxide < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Magnesium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Nitrite + Nitrate as N = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Organic Nitrogen < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM pH = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 02/09/20119:54:00 AM pH (field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Potassium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Silica = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Sodium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 02/09/20119:54:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Sulfate = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM TDS = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 02/09/20119:54:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Total Hardness = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 2/09/201110:00:00 AM Turbidity = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 02/09/20119:54:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Alkalinity = Qualifier Result 44 630 180 1.3 3.3 250 300 73 4.8 56 0.2 0.57 21 1.1 1.1 8 7 1.8 18 49 710 699 42 390 19.74 270 0.44 1.1 0.52 240 Detection Limit Unit 0.5 mg /L 10 mg /L 3 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L mg /L 0.05 mg/L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1- 1 mg /L 0.5 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 umhos /cm umhos /cm 0.5 mg /L 10 mg /L C 3 mg /L 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU NTU 2 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Calcium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Carbonate = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Chloride = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Fluoride = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Hydroxide < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Magnesium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Organic Nitrogen < 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM pH = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM pH (field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Potassium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Silica = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Sodium = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Specific Conductance = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Sulfate = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM TDS = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Temperature (field) _ 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Total Hardness 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Turbidity = 1222061 San Tim -1 City of Beaumont 05/16/20119:09:59 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Alkalinity = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Calcium = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Carbon Dioxide < 1222079 San Tim -2 B/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Carbonate = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Chloride = 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:40:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 0.05 mg /L 290 2 mg /L 72 1 mg/L 2.4 2 mg/L 3.6 2 mg /L 56 1 mg /L 0.11 mg /L 0.58 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 21 0.1 mg /L 1 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 8.3 0.1- 7.13 - 1.6 1 mg /L 20 0.5 mg /L 50 1 mg /L 670 2 umhos /cm 714 umhos /cm 42 0.5 mg/L 400 10 mg /L 19.86 C 270 3 mg/L 1 0.1 mg /L 0.4 0.3 mg /L 1.2 0.05 NTU 0.26 NTU 120 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 140 2 mg /L 9.1 1 mg/L 2 mg/L 4.4 2 mg /L 26 1 mg /L 0.19 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Fluoride = 3.5 0.05 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 0.2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Magnesium = 1.9 0.1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 1.2 0.1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Nitrite + Nitrate as N = 1.2 0.1 mg/L 1222079 San Tim -2 B/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Organic Nitrogen < 0.2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM pH = 8.7 0.1- 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:40:00 AM pH (field) = 9.06 - 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Potassium < 1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Silica = 20 0.5 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Sodium = 72 1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Specific Conductance = 370 2 umhos /cm 1222079 San Tim -2B/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:40:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 365 umhos /cm 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Sulfate = 20 0.5 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM TDS = 220 10 mg /L 1222079San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:40:00 AM Temperature (field) = 20.63 C 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Total Hardness = 31 3 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AMTotal Organic Carbon = 0.36 0.3 mg/L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:47:59 AM Turbidity = 39 0.05 NTU 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 02/14/20119:40:00 AM Turbidity (Field) = 0.42 NTU 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Alkalinity = 100 2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Bicarbonate = 120 2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -2 B/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Calcium = 5.2 1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -2B/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Carbonate = 5.1 2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Chloride = 25 1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Dissolved Oxygen (field) = 0.21 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -2 B/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Fluoride = 3.9 0.05 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg/L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 0.2 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Magnesium = 0.86 0.1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 1 0.1 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 0.05 mg /L 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111: 10:00 AM Organic Nitrogen < 0.2 mg /L WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM pH = 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM pH (field) _ 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Potassium < 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Silica = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Sodium = 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Specific Conductance = 1222079 San Tim -2 B/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Specific Conductance (field = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Sulfate = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM TDS = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Temperature (field) _ 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Total Hardness = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Total Organic Carbon = 1222079 San Tim -26/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Turbidity = 1222079 San Tim -213/1 City of Beaumont 5/16/201111:10:00 AM Turbidity (Field) _ 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Alkalinity = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PMAmmonia- Nitrogen < 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Bicarbonate = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Calcium = 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Carbon Dioxide < 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Carbonate = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Chloride 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:49:59 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Fluoride = 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Hydroxide < 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Magnesium = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Nitrate - Nitrogen = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Nitrite + Nitrate as N = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Nitrite- Nitrogen = 1222080San Tim -2B/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Organic Nitrogen < 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM pH = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:49:59 PM pH (field) _ 1222080 San Tim -2 B/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Potassium < 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Silica = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Sodium = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Specific Conductance = Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 8.8 0.1- 7.84 - 1 mg /L 20 0.5 mg /L 73 1 mg /L 330 2 umhos /cm 360 umhos /cm 18 0.5 mg /L 210 10 mg /L 20.52 C 16 3 mg /L 1 0.1 mg /L 0.37 0.3 mg /L 8.7 0.05 NTU 0.36 NTU 110 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 130 2 mg /L 2 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 10 2 mg /L 22 1 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 2.4 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.19 0.1 mg /L 1.1 0.1 mg /L 1.2 0.1 mg /L 0.06 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 9.1 0.1- 8.33 - 1 mg/L 16 0.5 mg /L 74 1 mg /L 340 2 umhos /cm WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:49:59 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Sulfate = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM TDS = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:49:59 PM Temperature (field) _ 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Total Hardness = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Total Organic Carbon = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:53:00 PM Turbidity = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 2/14/201112:49:59 PM Turbidity (Field) _ 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Alkalinity = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Ammonia - Nitrogen < 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Bicarbonate = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Calcium = 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Carbon Dioxide < 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Carbonate = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Chloride = 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Dissolved Oxygen (field) _ 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Fluoride = 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Hydroxide < 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Total < 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Magnesium = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Nitrate- Nitrogen = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Nitrite - Nitrogen < 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Organic Nitrogen < 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM pH = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM pH (field) _ 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Potassium < 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Silica = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Sodium = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Specific Conductance = 1222080San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Specific Conductance (field = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Sulfate = 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM TDS = 1222080San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Temperature (field) _ 1222080 San Tim -26/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Total Hardness = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Total Nitrogen = 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Total Organic Carbon < 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Turbidity = Qualifier Result 349 19 200 21.95 5.9 0.58 2.9 3 96 120 2.4 2.9 22 0.14 2.4 0.53 1.1 8.6 7.92 20 70 310 351 19 200 21.16 8.3 1.1 13 Detection Limit Unit umhos /cm 0.5 mg /L 10 mg /L C 3 mg /L 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU NTU 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L mg /L 0.05 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1- 1 mg /L 0.5 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 umhos /cm umhos /cm 0.5 mg/L 10 mg /L C 3 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU WEI Well ID Well Name or ID Well Owner SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1222080 San Tim -213/2 City of Beaumont 05/16/20111:54:59 PM Turbidity (Field) = 23 NTU Groundwater Well Sites WEI Well ID Well Owner Well Name or ID XCoord YCoord 1003049 El Casco Lake Ranch ONE 490400.7475 759345.351 1003079 Fishermans' Retreat Well 1 490944 759148 1201539 Henry Schwenckert Well 1 487918 759648 1201582 Fishermans' Retreat Well 2 491497 759064 1208660City of Beaumont Heartland Well 496948 754946 1220052 Metropolitan Water District BH -19 488370 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Facility 04/12/2011 29.3 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/13/2011 31.5 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/14/2011 29.6 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/15/2011 30.3 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/16/2011 31.1 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/17/2011 29.7 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/18/2011 32.1 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/19/2011 29.8 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/20/2011 30.2 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/21/2011 29.2 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/22/2011 32.1 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/23/2011 27.8 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/24/2011 31.2 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/25/2011 31.7 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/26/2011 29.5 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/27/2011 31.2 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/28/2011 28.7 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/29/2011 31.2 acre /ft 1208297 NC Recharge Facility 04/30/2011 33.6acre 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to revision. The final data set will be included in the 2011 Annual Report submitted on April 15th, 2012. Page 1 Recycled Water Discharge WE_ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 1.983 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/02/2011 2.267 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/03/2011 2.322 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/04/2011 2.198 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/05/2011 2.083 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/06/2011 2.067 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/07/2011 1.93 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/08/2011 2.001 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/09/2011 2.191 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/10/2011 1.736 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/11/2011 2.214 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/12/2011 2.514 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/13/2011 1.842 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/14/2011 1.561 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/15/2011 2.33 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/16/2011 2.049 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/17/2011 2.097 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/18/2011 2.288 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/19/2011 1.813 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/20/2011 1.93 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/21/2011 2.06 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/22/2011 2.035 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/23/2011 2.072 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/24/2011 1.97 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/25/2011 2.018 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/26/2011 2.028 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/27/2011 1.832 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/28/2011 2.036 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/29/2011 2.139 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/30/2011 2.274 mgd Page 1 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE_ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/31/2011 2.214 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 2.002 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/02/2011 1.921 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/03/2011 2.062 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/04/2011 1.909 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/05/2011 2.112 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/06/2011 2.19 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/07/2011 2.234 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/08/2011 1.994 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/09/2011 1.987 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/10/2011 2.036 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/11/2011 1.903 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/12/2011 2.088 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/13/2011 2.006 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/14/2011 2.341 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/15/2011 2.209 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/16/2011 2.222 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/17/2011 2.064 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/18/2011 2.265 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/19/2011 2.462 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/20/2011 2.108 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/21/2011 2.224 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/22/2011 1.985 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/23/2011 2.014 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/24/2011 1.944 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/25/2011 2.319 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/26/2011 2.401 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/27/2011 2.303 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/28/2011 2.118 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/01/2011 1.951 mgd Page 2 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE—ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/02/2011 2.078 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/03/2011 2.086 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/04/2011 1.923 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/05/2011 2.005 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/06/2011 2.113 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/07/2011 2.208 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/08/2011 1.985 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/09/2011 1.934 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/10/2011 1.999 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/11/2011 2.045 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/12/2011 2.012 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/13/2011 2.163 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/14/2011 2.095 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/15/2011 2.066 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/16/2011 2.066 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/17/2011 1.957 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/18/2011 1.97 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/19/2011 2.058 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/20/2011 2.398 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/21/2011 2.33 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/22/2011 1.974 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/23/2011 2.086 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/24/2011 1.943 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/25/2011 2.07 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/26/2011 2.032 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/27/2011 2.132 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/28/2011 2.038 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/29/2011 1.969 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/30/2011 2.099 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 03/31/2011 1.98 mgd Page 3 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE—ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/01/2011 1.985 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/02/2011 1.974 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/03/2011 1.998 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/04/2011 2.275 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/05/2011 1.927 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/06/2011 1.807 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/07/2011 1.657 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/08/2011 2.175 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/09/2011 1.89 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/10/2011 2.241 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/11/2011 2.089 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/12/2011 2.126 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/13/2011 1.992 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/14/2011 2.036 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/15/2011 1.788 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/16/2011 2.021 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/17/2011 2.172 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/18/2011 2.131 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/19/2011 1.934 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/20/2011 1.978 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/21/2011 2.151 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/22/2011 1.748 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/23/2011 2.23 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/24/2011 1.989 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/25/2011 2.01 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/26/2011 2.142 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/27/2011 2.125 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/28/2011 1.955 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/29/2011 1.839 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 04/30/2011 1.989 mgd Page 4 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE—ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/01/2011 2.071 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/02/2011 1.873 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/03/2011 2.17 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/04/2011 1.918 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/05/2011 1.95 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/06/2011 1.995 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/07/2011 1.891 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/08/2011 1.906 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/09/2011 1.964 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/10/2011 1.953 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/11/2011 2.083 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/12/2011 1.681 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/13/2011 1.979 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/14/2011 1.918 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/15/2011 2.288 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/16/2011 2.001 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/17/2011 2.038 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/18/2011 2.155 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/19/2011 1.843 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/20/2011 2.148 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/21/2011 2.144 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/22/2011 2.125 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/23/2011 2.099 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/24/2011 2.091 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/25/2011 2.161 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/26/2011 2.024 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/27/2011 2.15 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/28/2011 2.15 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/29/2011 1.959 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/30/2011 2.428 mgd Page 5 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE-11) Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 05/31/2011 2.118 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/01/2011 2.001 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/02/2011 2.479 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/03/2011 2.17 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/04/2011 2.205 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/05/2011 2.313 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/06/2011 2.209 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/07/2011 2.297 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/08/2011 2.256 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/09/2011 2.177 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/10/2011 2.181 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/11/2011 2.313 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/12/2011 2.248 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/13/2011 2.318 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/14/2011 2.23 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/15/2011 2.266 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/16/2011 2.215 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/17/2011 2.02 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/18/2011 2.247 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/19/2011 2.313 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/20/2011 2.422 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/21/2011 2.283 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/22/2011 2.31 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/23/2011 2.2239 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/24/2011 2.228 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/25/2011 2.253 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/26/2011 2.209 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/27/2011 2.293 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/28/2011 2.155 mgd 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/29/2011 2.395 mgd Page 6 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE—ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 1208378 Beaumont WW 06/30/2011 2.275 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 0.694 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/02/2011 0.655 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/03/2011 0.673 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/04/2011 0.648 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/05/2011 0.677 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/06/2011 0.694 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/07/2011 0.596 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/08/2011 0.674 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/09/2011 0.656 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/10/2011 0.661 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/11/2011 0.674 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/12/2011 0.67 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/13/2011 0.636 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/14/2011 0.655 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/15/2011 0.655 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/16/2011 0.661 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/17/2011 0.659 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/18/2011 0.682 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/19/2011 0.679 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/20/2011 0.634 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/21/2011 0.634 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/22/2011 0.682 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/23/2011 0.658 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/24/2011 0.661 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/25/2011 0.662 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/26/2011 0.66 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/27/2011 0.676 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/28/2011 0.598 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/29/2011 0.684 mgd Page 7 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE—ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/30/2011 0.654 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 01/31/2011 0.658 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 0.632 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/02/2011 0.616 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/03/2011 0.666 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/04/2011 0.613 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/05/2011 0.636 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/06/2011 0.645 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/07/2011 0.645 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/08/2011 0.628 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/09/2011 0.634 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/10/2011 0.631 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/11/2011 0.602 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/12/2011 0.66 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/13/2011 0.624 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/14/2011 0.642 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/15/2011 0.632 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/16/2011 0.629 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/17/2011 0.63 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/18/2011 0.605 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/19/2011 0.657 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/20/2011 0.639 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/21/2011 0.646 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/22/2011 0.614 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/23/2011 0.653 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/24/2011 0.647 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/25/2011 0.605 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/26/2011 0.652 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/27/2011 0.629 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 02/28/2011 0.635 mgd Page 8 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE-11) Local Name Date Discharge Unit 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/01/2011 0.633 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/02/2011 0.629 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/03/2011 0.638 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/04/2011 0.629 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/05/2011 0.622 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/06/2011 0.664 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/07/2011 0.641 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/08/2011 0.634 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/09/2011 0.639 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/10/2011 0.635 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/11/2011 0.624 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/12/2011 0.631 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/13/2011 0.634 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/14/2011 0.646 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/15/2011 0.638 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/16/2011 0.638 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/17/2011 0.636 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/18/2011 0.613 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/19/2011 0.653 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/20/2011 0.653 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/21/2011 0.647 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/22/2011 0.624 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/23/2011 0.652 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/24/2011 0.63 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/25/2011 0.63 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/26/2011 0.648 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/27/2011 0.642 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/28/2011 0.635 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/29/2011 0.632 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/30/2011 0.56 mgd Page 9 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE-11) Local Name Date Discharge Unit 5000007 Beaumont WW 03/31/2011 0.653 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/01/2011 0.627 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/02/2011 0.627 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/03/2011 0.65 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/04/2011 0.618 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/05/2011 0.626 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/06/2011 0.632 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/07/2011 0.625 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/08/2011 0.622 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/09/2011 0.629 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/10/2011 0.631 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/11/2011 0.639 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/12/2011 0.62 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/13/2011 0.631 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/14/2011 0.65 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/15/2011 0.61 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/16/2011 0.638 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/17/2011 0.633 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/18/2011 0.635 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/19/2011 0.636 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/20/2011 0.617 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/21/2011 0.648 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/22/2011 0.594 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/23/2011 0.675 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/24/2011 0.633 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/25/2011 0.646 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/26/2011 0.631 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/27/2011 0.628 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/28/2011 0.653 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/29/2011 0.602 mgd Page 10 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE—ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 5000007 Beaumont WW 04/30/2011 0.654 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/01/2011 0.634 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/02/2011 0.635 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/03/2011 0.637 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/04/2011 0.625 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/05/2011 0.627 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/06/2011 0.613 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/07/2011 0.646 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/08/2011 0.627 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/09/2011 0.627 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/10/2011 0.622 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/11/2011 0.629 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/12/2011 0.624 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/13/2011 0.586 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/14/2011 0.658 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/15/2011 0.613 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/16/2011 0.621 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/17/2011 0.616 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/18/2011 0.615 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/19/2011 0.614 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/20/2011 0.473 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/21/2011 0.529 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/22/2011 0.523 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/23/2011 0.527 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/24/2011 0.535 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/25/2011 0.523 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/26/2011 0.53 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/27/2011 0.53 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/28/2011 0.53 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/29/2011 0.52 mgd Page 11 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE_ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/30/2011 0.466 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 05/31/2011 0.471 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/01/2011 0.467 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/02/2011 0.475 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/03/2011 0.464 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/04/2011 0.467 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/05/2011 0.453 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/06/2011 0.45 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/07/2011 0.447 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/08/2011 0.462 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/09/2011 0.442 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/10/2011 0.443 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/11/2011 0.456 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/12/2011 0.451 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/13/2011 0.45 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/14/2011 0.453 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/15/2011 0.451 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/16/2011 0.452 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/17/2011 0.441 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/18/2011 0.464 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/19/2011 0.445 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/20/2011 0.453 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/21/2011 0.449 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/22/2011 0.453 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/23/2011 0.446 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/24/2011 0.46 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/25/2011 0.438 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/26/2011 0.445 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/27/2011 0.448 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/28/2011 0.435 mgd Page 12 10/25/2011 Recycled Water Discharge WE_ID Local Name Date Discharge Unit 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/29/2011 0.446 mgd 5000007 Beaumont WW 06/30/2011 0.446 mgd Page 13 10/25/2011 Page 1 Surface Water Flow Data 10/25/2011 Station ID Station Name MeasurementD.MeasuredFlow4 Unit FlowType FlowMeasurementType 1208292 NC -02 01/06/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 01/19/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 02/03/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 02/17/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 03/03/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 03/18/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 03/31/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 04/14/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 04/28/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 05/12/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208292 NC -02 05/26/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 01/06/2011 3.73 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 01/19/2011 2.49 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 02/03/2011 3.46 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 02/17/2011 3.46 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 03/03/2011 3.9 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 03/18/2011 3.25 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 03/31/2011 3.02 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 04/14/2011 2.79 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 04/28/2011 2.7 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 05/12/2011 2.3 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208293 STC -01 05/26/2011 2.72 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294 CC -01 03/03/2011 3.43 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294 CC -01 03/18/2011 2.05 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294 CC -01 03/31/2011 1.47 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294CC -01 04/14/2011 3.39 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294 CC -01 04/28/2011 1.93 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294 CC -01 05/12/2011 1.83 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208294 CC -01 05/26/2011 1.91 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 01/06/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements Page 1 Page 2 Surface Water Flow Data 10/25/2011 Station ID Station Name MeasurementD, Measured Flowv Unit FlowType FlowMeasurementType 1208295 LSGC -02 01/19/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 02/03/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 02/17/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 03/03/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 03/18/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 03/31/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 04/14/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 04/28/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 05/12/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208295 LSGC -02 05/26/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 01/06/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 01/19/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 02/03/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 02/17/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 03/03/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 03/18/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 03/31/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 04/14/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 04/28/2011 0cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 05/12/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements 1208296 NC -01 05/26/2011 0 cfs Stream flow Average of instantaneous measurements Page 2 Station ID Station Name Station Type Surface Water Body 1208292 NC -02 River /Stream Noble Creek 1208293STC -01 River /Stream San Timoteo Creek 1208294 CC -01 River /Stream Coopers Creek 1208295 LSGC -02 River /Stream Little San Gorgonio Creek 1208296 NC -01 River /Stream Noble Creek 1208297 NC Recharge Facility Recharge Basin Source Water BCVWD Noble Creek Recharge Facility 1208298 LSGC -01 Recharge Basin Source Water Unnamed Stormwater Recharge Basin 1208378 Beaumont WWTP DP 001 Recycled Water Discharge Point Coopers Creek 5000007 Beaumont WWTP DP 007 Recycled Water Discharge Point Unnamed Tributary to Marshall Creek 5000067 LSGC Spreading Facility Recharge Basin Source Water Little San Gorgonio Creek Recharge Facility X Y 499646 755475 492200 758969 500172 753547 502508 758523 502606 758515 502398.73 758475.12 504768 764993 500673.4 753443.36 500860.68 754371.6 502703.87 759857.2 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Calcium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Carbonate = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Chloride = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Hydroxide < 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Magnesium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM pH = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM pH (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Potassium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Sodium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Sulfate = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM TDS = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM TDS (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Temperature (f = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Total Hardness = 1208293 STC -01 11 11:24:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Total Organic C = 1208293 STC -01 1111:24:00 AM Turbidity = 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Calcium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = Page 1 Result Detection Limit Unit 290 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 350 2 mg /L 71 1 mg /L 2.8 2 mg /L 4.7 2 mg /L 81 1 mg /L 9.81 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.58 0.2 mg /L 23 0.1 mg /L 1.2 0.1 mg /L 0.58 0.2 mg /L 8.3 0.1- 8.41 - 6.6 1 mg /L 89 1 mg /L 920 2 umhos /cm 694 umhos /cm 45 0.5 mg /L 530 10 mg /L 632 mg /L 10.32 C 270 3 mg /L 1.2 0.1 mg /L 4.1 0.3 mg /L 30 0.05 NTU 300 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 370 2 mg/L 72 1 mg /L 3 2 mg /L 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Carbonate = 4.8 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Chloride = 80 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 10.03 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.52 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Magnesium = 23 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.7 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.52 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM pH = 8.3 0.1- 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM pH (field) = 8.09 - 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Potassium = 6.6 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Sodium = 91 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Specific Conduc = 920 2 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Specific Conduc = 917 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Sulfate = 44 0.5 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM TDS = 540 10 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM TDS (field) = 596 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Temperature (f = 12.65 C 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Total Hardness = 270 3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.7 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Total Organic C = 3.9 0.3 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 1111:28:00 AM Turbidity = 29 0.05 NTU 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Alkalinity = 280 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro = 0.1 0.05 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Bicarbonate = 340 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Calcium = 68 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 3.7 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Carbonate = 3.4 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Chloride = 84 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 11.81 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:54:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.8 0.2 mg /L Page 2 10/25/2011 Station ID Station Name 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 1208293 STC -01 Surface Water Quality Data SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1110:54:00 AM Magnesium = 1110:54:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1110:54:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1110:54:00 AM pH = 1110:54:00 AM pH (field) _ 1110:54:00 AM Potassium = 1110:54:00 AM Sodium = 1110:54:00 AM Specific Conduc = 1110:54:00 AM Specific Conduc = 1110:54:00 AM Sulfate = 1110:54:00 AM TDS = 1110:54:00 AM TDS (field) _ 1110:54:00 AM Temperature (f = 1110:54:OOAM Total Hardness = 1110:54:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1110:54:00 AM Total Organic C = 1110:54:00 AM Turbidity = 1111:30:59 AM Alkalinity = 1111:30:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1111:30:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1111:30:59 AM Calcium = 1111:30:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1111:30:59 AM Carbonate = 1111:30:59 AM Chloride = 1111:30:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1111:30:59 AM Hydroxide < 1111:30:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1111:30:59 AM Magnesium = 1111:30:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1111:30:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 1111:30:59 AM pH = 1111:30:59 AM pH (field) _ Page 3 Result Detection Limit Unit 23 0.1 mg /L 1 0.1 mg /L 0.7 0.2 mg /L 8.2 0.1- 7.94 - 7 1 mg /L 84 1 mg /L 870 2 umhos /cm 767 umhos /cm 44 0.5 mg /L 520 10 mg /L 496 mg /L 7.97 C 260 3 mg /L 1 0.1 mg /L 3.5 0.3 mg /L 56 0.05 NTU 260 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 320 2 mg /L 64 1 mg /L 2.6 2 mg /L 4.3 2 mg /L 140 1 mg /L 11.32 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.69 0.2 mg /L 22 0.1 mg /L 2.4 0.1 mg /L 0.69 0.2 mg /L 8.3 0.1- 7.88 - 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Potassium = 6.9 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Sodium = 76 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Specific Conduc = 810 2 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Specific Conduc = 782 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Sulfate = 78 0.5 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM TDS = 480 10 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM TDS (field) = 509 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Temperature (f = 11.85 C 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Total Hardness = 250 3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 2.4 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Total Organic C = 3.6 0.3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:30:59 AM Turbidity = 55 0.05 NTU 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Alkalinity = 300 2 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Ammonia -Nitro = 0.15 0.05 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Bicarbonate = 370 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Calcium = 70 1 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Carbon Dioxide = 4.3 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Carbonate = 3.3 2 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Chloride = 80 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Dissolved Oxyg = 5.81 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.79 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Magnesium = 23 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.98 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Organic Nitrog = 0.64 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM pH = 8.1 0.1- 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM pH (field) = 7.58 - 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Potassium = 7.4 1 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Sodium = 88 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Specific Conduc = 870 2 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 011 1:43:59 PM Specific Conduc = 842 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Sulfate = 45 0.5 mg /L Page 4 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM TDS = 530 10 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM TDS (field) = 648 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Temperature (f = 16.86 C 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Total Hardness = 270 3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 011 1:43:59 PM Total Nitrogen = 0.98 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Total Organic C = 3.6 0.3 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 0111:43:59 PM Turbidity = 40 0.05 NTU 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Alkalinity = 290 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Bicarbonate = 350 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Calcium = 68 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Carbonate = 7.5 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Chloride = 81 1 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 10.33 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.5 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Magnesium = 22 0.1 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 2.4 0.1 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.5 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM pH = 8.5 0.1- 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM pH (field) = 7.82 - 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Potassium = 6.8 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Sodium = 87 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Specific Conduc = 860 2 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Specific Conduc = 711 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Sulfate = 42 0.5 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM TDS = 510 10 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM TDS (field) = 363 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Temperature (f = 10.92 C 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Total Hardness = 260 3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 2.4 0.1 mg /L Page 5 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208293 STC -01 1110:16:00 AM Total Organic C = 1208293 STC -01 1110: 16:00 AM Turbidity = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Alkalinity = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Ammonia -Nitro = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Bicarbonate = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Calcium = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Carbon Dioxide = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Carbonate = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Chloride = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Hydroxide < 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Magnesium = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Organic Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM pH = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM pH (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Potassium = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Sodium = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Sulfate = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM TDS = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM TDS (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 0111: 16:00 PM Temperature (f = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Total Hardness = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Total Nitrogen = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Total Organic C = 1208293 STC -01 0111:16:00 PM Turbidity = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Alkalinity = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Bicarbonate = Page 6 Result Detection Limit Unit 3.3 0.3 mg/L 34 0.05 NTU 290 2 mg /L 0.29 0.05 mg /L 360 2 mg /L 69 1 mg /L 2.2 2 mg /L 6.1 2 mg /L 78 1 mg/L 8.52 mg /L 2 mg /L 1.1 0.2 mg /L 22 0.1 mg /L 2.9 0.1 mg/L 0.78 0.2 mg /L 8.4 0.1- 7.78 - 7.4 1 mg /L 89 1 mg /L 850 2 umhos /cm 934 umhos /cm 43 0.5 mg /L 540 10 mg /L 675 mg /L 19.84 C 260 3 mg /L 2.9 0.1 mg /L 3.6 0.3 mg /L 35 0.05 NTU 300 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 360 2 mg /L 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Calcium = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Carbon Dioxide = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Carbonate = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Chloride = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Hydroxide < 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Magnesium = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Nitrite- Nitroge < 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Organic Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM pH = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM pH (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Potassium = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Sodium = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Sulfate = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM TDS = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM TDS (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Temperature (f = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Total Hardness = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Total Nitrogen = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Total Organic C = 1208293 STC -01 1112:18:00 PM Turbidity = 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208293 STC -01 )119:40:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Calcium = 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Carbonate = 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Chloride = Page 7 Result Detection Limit Unit 70 1 mg /L 2.1 2 mg /L 6.5 2 mg /L 79 1 mg /L 9.31 mg /L 2 mg/L 0.57 0.2 mg /L 22 0.1 mg /L 2.2 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.57 0.2 mg /L 8.4 0.1- 7.82 - 6.6 1 mg/L 89 1 mg /L 890 2 umhos /cm 497 umhos /cm 43 0.5 mg/L 530 10 mg/L 396 mg /L 15.64 C 270 3 mg /L 2.2 0.1 mg /L 3.2 0.3 mg /L 27 0.05 NTU 290 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 350 2 mg /L 67 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 8.5 2 mg /L 76 1 mg /L 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 9.49 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.43 0.2 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Magnesium = 21 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.65 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 0.05 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.43 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM pH = 8.6 0.1- 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM pH (field) = 7.81 - 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Potassium = 7.4 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Sodium = 88 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Specific Conduc = 810 2 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Specific Conduc = 708 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Sulfate = 40 0.5 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM TDS = 490 10 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM TDS (field) = 559 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Temperature (f = 15.53 C 1208293 STC -01 )119:40:00 AM Total Hardness = 250 3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.65 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Total Organic C = 3.9 0.3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:40:00 AM Turbidity = 14 0.05 NTU 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Alkalinity = 280 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Bicarbonate = 340 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Calcium = 66 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 2.6 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Carbonate = 4.9 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Chloride = 77 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 9.11 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.4 0.2 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Magnesium = 20 0.1 mg /L Page 8 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM pH = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM pH (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Potassium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Sodium = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Sulfate = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM TDS = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM TDS (field) _ 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Temperature (f = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Total Hardness = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Total Organic C = 1208293 STC -01 1111:53:59 AM Turbidity = 1208293 STC -01 )119:31:59 AM Alkalinity = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Calcium = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Carbonate = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Chloride = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Hydroxide < 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Magnesium = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM pH = Page 9 Result Detection Limit Unit 0.53 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.4 0.2 mg /L 8.3 0.1- 7.07 - 7.1 1 mg /L 87 1 mg /L 800 2 umhos /cm 690 umhos /cm 39 0.5 mg /L 480 10 mg /L 529 mg /L 17.02 C 250 3 mg /L 0.53 0.1 mg /L 3 0.3 mg/L 20 0.05 NTU 270 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 320 2 mg /L 59 1 mg /L 2.1 2 mg /L 5.3 2 mg /L 76 1 mg /L 9.58 mg /L 2 mg /L 0.36 0.2 mg /L 19 0.1 mg /L 0.58 0.1 mg/L 0.05 mg /L 0.36 0.2 mg /L 8.4 0.1- 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM pH (field) = 7.52 - 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Potassium = 6.9 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Sodium = 78 1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Specific Conduc = 810 2 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Specific Conduc = 431 umhos /cm 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Sulfate = 39 0.5 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM TDS = 490 10 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM TDS (field) = 343 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Temperature (f = 14.73 C 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Total Hardness = 220 3 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.58 0.1 mg /L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Total Organic C = 3 0.3 mg/L 1208293 STC -01 3119:31:59 AM Turbidity = 23 0.05 NTU 1208294 CC -01 )119:56:00 AM Alkalinity = 210 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro = 0.85 0.05 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Bicarbonate = 250 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Calcium = 44 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 3.7 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Chloride = 63 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 7.94 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1.8 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Magnesium = 14 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.98 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM pH = 8.1 0.1- 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM pH (field) = 8 - 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Potassium = 13 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Sodium = 72 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Specific Conduc = 670 2 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3119:56:00 AM Specific Conduc = 579 umhos /cm Page 10 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Calcium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Carbonate < 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Chloride = 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Hydroxide < 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Magnesium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM pH = 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM pH (field) _ 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Potassium = 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Sodium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Specific Conduc= 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Sulfate = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM TDS = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM TDS (field) _ 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Temperature (f = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Total Hardness = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1208294 CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Total Organic C = 1208294CC -01 1110:05:59 AM Turbidity = 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro = 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Calcium = 1208294CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Carbonate < 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Chloride = Result Detection Limit Unit 230 2 mg /L 41 1 mg /L 2.7 2 mg /L 2 mg /L 120 1 mg /L 8.3 mg /L 2 mg/L 0.82 0.2 mg /L 13 0.1 mg/L 3 0.1 mg /L 0.82 0.2 mg /L 8.1 0.1- 7.82 - 13 1 mg/L 72 1 mg /L 670 2 umhos /cm 635 umhos /cm 64 0.5 mg /L 380 10 mg /L 413 mg /L 15.55 C 160 3 mg /L 3 0.1 mg /L 4.6 0.3 mg /L 4.2 0.05 NTU 200 2 mg /L 3.3 0.05 mg /L 240 2 mg /L 43 1 mg /L 7.8 2 mg /L 2 mg /L 65 1 mg /L Page 13 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 7.31 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 4.1 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Magnesium = 14 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.88 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.8 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM pH = 7.7 0.1- 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM pH (field) = 7.61 - 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Potassium = 14 1 mg /L 1208294CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Sodium = 71 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Specific Conduc = 670 2 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Specific Conduc = 701 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Sulfate = 34 0.5 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM TDS = 400 10 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM TDS (field) = 535 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Temperature (f = 17.7 C 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Total Hardness = 170 3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.98 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Total Organic C = 4.8 0.3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:25:00 AM Turbidity = 2.3 0.05 NTU 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Alkalinity = 200 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro = 1.8 0.05 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Bicarbonate = 250 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Calcium = 42 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 4.7 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Chloride = 67 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 5.88 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 2.8 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Magnesium = 13 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.7 0.1 mg /L Page 14 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM pH = 7.9 0.1- 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM pH (field) = 7.32 - 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Potassium = 13 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Sodium = 71 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Specific Conduc = 690 2 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Specific Conduc = 671 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Sulfate = 32 0.5 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM TDS = 400 10 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM TDS (field) = 515 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Temperature (f = 17.08 C 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:OOAM Total Hardness = 160 3mg /L 1208294 CC -01 )118:57:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 2 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Total Organic C = 4.7 0.3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:57:00 AM Turbidity = 1.4 0.05 NTU 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Alkalinity = 200 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro = 8.4 0.05 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Bicarbonate = 240 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Calcium = 46 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 4.4 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Chloride = 64 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 5.82 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 11 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Magnesium = 15 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.1 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 2.2 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM pH = 8 0.1- 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM pH (field) = 7.41 - 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Potassium = 14 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Sodium = 73 1 mg /L Page 15 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Specific Conduc = 680 2 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Specific Conduc = 756 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Sulfate = 33 0.5 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM TDS = 410 10 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM TDS (field) = 567 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Temperature (f = 18.05 C 1208294 CC -01 )118:50:00 AM Total Hardness = 180 3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1.5 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Total Organic C = 6.1 0.3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:50:00 AM Turbidity = 2.3 0.05 NTU 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Alkalinity = 190 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Bicarbonate = 230 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Calcium = 44 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 2.3 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Carbonate = 2.5 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Chloride = 65 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 7.91 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1.1 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Magnesium = 14 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 4.9 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 0.05 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1.1 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM pH = 8.2 0.1- 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM pH (field) = 7.97 - 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Potassium = 13 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Sodium = 71 1 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Specific Conduc= 680 2 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Specific Conduc= 684 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Sulfate = 34 0.5 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM TDS = 420 10 mg /L Page 16 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM TDS (field) = 506 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Temperature (f = 18.66 C 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Total Hardness = 170 3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 4.9 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Total Organic C = 4.7 0.3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 1110:47:00 AM Turbidity = 3.1 0.05 NTU 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Alkalinity = 210 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro = 0.066 0.05 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Bicarbonate = 250 2 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Calcium = 44 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 2.2 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Carbonate = 3.1 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 )118:35:00 AM Chloride = 64 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 6.98 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.83 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Magnesium = 13 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.59 0.1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 0.05 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.77 0.2 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM pH = 8.3 0.1- 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM pH (field) = 7.9 - 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Potassium = 14 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Sodium = 75 1 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Specific Conduc= 680 2 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Specific Conduc = 636 umhos /cm 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Sulfate = 32 0.5 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM TDS = 390 10 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM TDS (field) = 462 mg/L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Temperature (f = 19.44 C 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Total Hardness = 160 3 mg /L 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.59 0.1 mg /L Page 17 10/25/2011 Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Total Organic C = 1208294 CC -01 3118:35:00 AM Turbidity = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Alkalinity = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Calcium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Carbonate < 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Chloride = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Hydroxide < 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Magnesium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208294CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM pH = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM pH (field) _ 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Potassium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Sodium = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Sulfate = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM TDS = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM TDS (field) _ 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Temperature (f = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Total Hardness = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Total Organic C = 1208294 CC -01 1110:21:59 AM Turbidity = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Alkalinity = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < Surface Water Quality Data Qualifier Result 5 2.1 200 250 43 3.4 69 7.66 0.69 13 0.33 0.69 8.1 7.37 15 77 640 670 30 400 483 19.91 160 0.33 4.6 2.6 200 Page 18 Detection Limit Unit 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU 2 mg /L 0.05 mg/L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 2 mg /L 1 mg /L mg /L 2 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.2 mg /L 0.1- 1 mg /L 1 mg /L 2 umhos /cm umhos /cm 0.5 mg /L 10 mg /L mg /L C 3 mg /L 0.1 mg/L 0.3 mg /L 0.05 NTU 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Bicarbonate = 1208294CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Calcium = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Carbonate = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Chloride = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Hydroxide < 1208294CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Magnesium = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM pH = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM pH (field) _ 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Potassium = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Sodium = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Specific Conduc = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Sulfate = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM TDS = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM TDS (field) _ 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Temperature (f = 1208294 CC -01 )118:19:59 AM Total Hardness = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1208294 CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Total Organic C = 1208294CC -01 3118:19:59 AM Turbidity = 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Calcium = 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Carbonate < Result Detection Limit Unit 240 2 mg /L 40 1 mg /L 2.5 2 mg/L 2.5 2 mg /L 68 1 mg /L 7.48 mg/L 2 mg /L 0.7 0.2 mg /L 14 0.1 mg /L 0.58 0.1 mg/L 0.05 mg /L 0.7 0.2 mg /L 8.2 0.1- 7.56 - 13 1 mg /L 71 1 mg /L 680 2 umhos /cm 475 umhos /cm 36 0.5 mg /L 410 10 mg /L 339 mg /L 20.35 C 160 3 mg /L 0.58 0.1 mg /L 4.6 0.3 mg /L 2.3 0.05 NTU 63 2 mg /L 0.05 mg/L 77 2 mg /L 18 1 mg /L 2 mg /L 2 mg /L Page 19 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208297 NC Recharge Fa )117:47:00 AM Chloride = 65 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 8.79 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.25 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Magnesium = 10 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.71 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.25 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM pH = 7.9 0.1- 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM pH (field) = 7.74 - 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Potassium = 2.5 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Sodium = 43 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Specific Conduc = 430 2 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Specific Conduc = 409 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Sulfate = 26 0.5 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa )117:47:00 AM TDS = 220 10 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM TDS (field) = 266 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa311 7:47:00 AM Temperature (f = 11.3 C 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Total Hardness = 87 3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 311 7:47:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.71 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa )117:47:00 AM Total Organic C = 3 0.3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3117:47:00 AM Turbidity = 1.3 0.05 NTU 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Alkalinity = 59 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Bicarbonate = 72 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Calcium = 17 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 2.5 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Chloride = 52 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 7.02 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.38 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Magnesium = 8.8 0.1 mg /L Page 20 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.86 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.38 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM pH = 7.7 0.1- 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM pH (field) = 7.32 - 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Potassium = 2.5 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Sodium = 33 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Specific Conduc = 340 2 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Specific Conduc = 340 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Sulfate = 26 0.5 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 311 8:39:00 AM TDS = 210 10 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM TDS (field) = 221 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Temperature (f = 9.7 C 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Total Hardness = 78 3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.86 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa )118:39:00 AM Total Organic C = 3.6 0.3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:39:00 AM Turbidity = 2.2 0.05 NTU 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:08:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 5.7 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:08:00 AM pH (field) = 7.62 - 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:08:00 AM Specific Conduc = 318 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:08:00 AM TDS (field) = 268 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:08:00 AM Temperature (f = 13.04 C 1208297 NC Recharge Fa )118:37:59 AM Alkalinity = 64 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Bicarbonate = 78 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Calcium = 20 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 5.7 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Chloride = 47 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.3 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Magnesium = 9.4 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.2 0.1 mg /L Page 21 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.3 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM pH = 7.4 0.1- 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Potassium = 2.8 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Sodium = 36 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Specific Conduc = 340 2 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Sulfate = 25 0.5 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM TDS = 210 10 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Total Hardness = 90 3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37 :59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1.2 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Total Organic C = 2.9 0.3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:37:59 AM Turbidity = 1 0.05 NTU 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Alkalinity = 57 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Bicarbonate = 70 2 mg/L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Calcium = 18 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg/L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Chloride = 36 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 6.94 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.36 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Magnesium = 9 0.1 mg/L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.62 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 0.05 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.36 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM pH = 7.9 0.1- 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM pH (field) = 7.91 - 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Potassium = 1.9 1 mg/L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Sodium = 31 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Specific Conduc = 310 2 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Specific Conduc = 282 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Sulfate = 37 0.5 mg /L Page 22 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM TDS = 200 10 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM TDS (field) = 232 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Temperature (f = 13.91 C 1208297 NC Recharge Fa )118:41:00 AM Total Hardness = 82 3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.62 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Total Organic C = 3.7 0.3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3118:41:00 AM Turbidity = 1.8 0.05 NTU 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Alkalinity = 51 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg/L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Bicarbonate = 62 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Calcium = 14 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Chloride = 23 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 8.23 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.31 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Magnesium = 6.6 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 0.32 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 0.05 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.31 0.2 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM pH = 7.8 0.1- 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM pH (field) = 7.56 - 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Potassium = 1.9 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Sodium = 22 1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Specific Conduc = 220 2 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Specific Conduc = 222 umhos /cm 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Sulfate = 23 0.5 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM TDS = 130 10 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM TDS (field) = 169 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Temperature (f = 17.46 C 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Total Hardness = 62 3 mg /L Page 23 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.32 0.1 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Total Organic C = 3.4 0.3 mg /L 1208297 NC Recharge Fa 3119:24:00 AM Turbidity = 2.9 0.05 NTU 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Alkalinity = 170 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Bicarbonate = 200 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Calcium = 46 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Carbonate = 2.6 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Chloride = 3.7 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 9.24 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.24 0.2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Magnesium = 17 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.5 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.24 0.2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM pH = 8.3 0.1- 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM pH (field) = 7.32 - 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Potassium = 2.5 1 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Sodium = 11 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Specific Conduc = 390 2 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Specific Conduc = 267 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Sulfate = 22 0.5 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM TDS = 230 10 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM TDS (field) = 274 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Temperature (f = 5.85 C 1208298 LSGC -01 )117:52:00 AM Total Hardness = 180 3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1.5 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Total Organic C = 2.6 0.3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:52:00 AM Turbidity = 0.93 0.05 NTU 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Alkalinity = 170 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L Page 24 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Bicarbonate = 210 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Calcium = 47 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 3.5 2 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Chloride = 4.5 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 2.22 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.27 0.2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Magnesium = 17 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.3 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.27 0.2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM pH = 8 0.1- 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM pH (field) = 7.62 - 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Potassium = 2.2 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Sodium = 11 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Specific Conduc = 390 2 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Specific Conduc = 385 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Sulfate = 24 0.5 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM TDS = 250 10 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM TDS (field) = 252 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Temperature (f = 3.5 C 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Total Hardness = 190 3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1.3 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Total Organic C = 2 0.3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:14:00 AM Turbidity = 2.7 0.05 NTU 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Alkalinity = 160 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Bicarbonate = 200 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Calcium = 44 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Carbon Dioxide = 3.3 2 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Carbonate < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Chloride = 3.8 1 mg /L Page 25 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 10.39 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 )117:54:59 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.33 0.2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Magnesium = 16 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.5 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Organic Nitrog = 0.33 0.2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM pH = 8 0.1- 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM pH (field) = 6.41 - 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Potassium = 2.3 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Sodium = 11 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Specific Conduc = 360 2 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Specific Conduc = 292 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Sulfate = 21 0.5 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM TDS = 220 10 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM TDS (field) = 281 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Temperature (f = 7.94 C 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Total Hardness = 180 3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 )117:54:59 AM Total Nitrogen = 1.5 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Total Organic C = 2 0.3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:54:59 AM Turbidity = 1.7 0.05 NTU 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Alkalinity = 180 2 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 0.05 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Bicarbonate = 210 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Calcium = 49 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Carbon Dioxide < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Carbonate = 3.3 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Chloride = 4 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 11.67 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Hydroxide < 2 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 0.27 0.2 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Magnesium = 18 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1.3 0.1 mg /L Page 26 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM pH = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM pH (field) _ 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Potassium = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Sodium = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Specific Conduc = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Specific Conduc = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Sulfate = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM TDS = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM TDS (field) _ 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Temperature (f = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Total Hardness = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Total Organic C = 1208298 LSGC -01 3117:57:00 AM Turbidity = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Alkalinity = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Ammonia -Nitro < 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Bicarbonate = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Calcium = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Carbon Dioxide = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Carbonate = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Chloride = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Dissolved Oxyg = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Hydroxide < 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Kjeldahl Nitrog = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Magnesium = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Nitrate - Nitroge = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Nitrite - Nitroge < 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Organic Nitrog = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM pH = 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM pH (field) _ Result Detection Limit Unit 0.05 mg /L 0.27 0.2 mg /L 8.4 0.1- 7.81 - 2.3 1 mg /L 11 1 mg /L 390 2 umhos /cm 296 umhos /cm 21 0.5 mg /L 250 10 mg /L 288 mg /L 7.7 C 190 3 mg /L 1.3 0.1 mg /L 1.6 0.3 mg /L 3.8 0.05 NTU 180 2 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 220 2 mg /L 44 1 mg /L 2.2 2 mg /L 2.3 2 mg /L 3.5 1 mg /L 10.09 mg/ L 2 mg /L 0.26 0.2 mg /L 16 0.1 mg /L 0.76 0.1 mg /L 0.05 mg /L 0.26 0.2 mg /L 8.2 0.1- 7.44 - Page 27 10/25/2011 Surface Water Quality Data Station ID Station Name SampleDate Analyte Qualifier Result Detection Limit Unit 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Potassium = 2.3 1 mg/L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Sodium = 10 1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Specific Conduc = 370 2 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Specific Conduc = 309 umhos /cm 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Sulfate = 20 0.5 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM TDS = 220 10 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM TDS (field) = 278 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Temperature (f = 10.39 C 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Total Hardness = 180 3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Total Nitrogen = 0.76 0.1 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Total Organic C = 1.6 0.3 mg /L 1208298 LSGC -01 3118:57:00 AM Turbidity = 3.5 0.05 NTU 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Ammonia-Nitro 0.66 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Calcium = 42 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Carbonate < 3 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Chloride = 57 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Magnesium = 13 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Sodium = 70 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Sulfate = 31 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 TDS = 410 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011Total Hardness = 160 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 01/01/2011 Total Inorganic = 2.4 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Ammonia -Nitro = 0.91 mg/L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Calcium = 38 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Carbonate < 3 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Chloride = 63 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Magnesium = 12 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Sodium = 75 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Sulfate = 31 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 TDS = 370 mg/L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011 Total Hardness = 150 mg /L 1208378 Beaumont WW 02/01/2011Total Inorganic = 2.7 mg /L Page 28 10/25/2011 Station ID Station Name 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW Surface Water Quality Data SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 03/01/2011 Ammonia -Nitro = 03/01/2011 Calcium = 03/01/2011 Carbonate < 03/01/2011 Chloride = 03/01/2011 Magnesium = 03/01/2011 Sodium = 03/01/2011 Sulfate = 03/01/2011TDS = 03/01/2011 Total Hardness = 03/01/2011 Total Inorganic = 04/01/2011 Ammonia -Nitro = 04/01/2011 Calcium = 04/01/2011 Carbonate < 04/01/2011 Chloride = 04/01/2011 Magnesium = 04/01/2011 Sodium = 04/01/2011 Sulfate = 04/01/2011TDS = 04/01/2011 Total Hardness = 04/01/2011 Total Inorganic = 05/01/2011 Ammonia -Nitro = 05/01/2011 Calcium = 05/01/2011 Carbonate < 05/01/2011 Chloride = 05/01/2011 Magnesium = 05/01/2011 Sodium = 05/01/2011 Sulfate = 05/01/2011 TDS = 05 /01 /2011Total Hardness = 05/01/2011Total Inorganic = 06/01/2011 Ammonia -Nitro = 06/01/2011 Calcium = Result Page 29 Unit 10/25/2011 Detection Limit 0.76 mg /L 44 mg /L 3 mg/L 58 mg /L 14 mg /L 79 mg/L 30 mg /L 380 mg /L 170 mg /L 1.9 mg/L 3.4 mg /L 47 mg /L 3 mg /L 63 mg/L 14 mg/L 81 mg /L 31 mg /L 370 mg/L 180 mg /L 4.4 mg /L 2.3 mg /L 42 mg/L 3 mg /L 61 mg /L 12 mg /L 74 mg/L 28 mg /L 430 mg/L 160 mg/L 4.4 mg/L 0.1 mg /L 44 mg /L Unit 10/25/2011 Station ID Station Name 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW 1208378 Beaumont WW Surface Water Quality Data SampleDate Analyte Qualifier 06/01/2011 Carbonate < 06/01/2011 Chloride = 06/01/2011 Magnesium = 06/01/2011 Sodium = 06/01/2011 Sulfate = 06/01/2011 TDS = 06/01/2011 Total Hardness = 06/01/2011 Total Inorganic = Result Page 30 Detection Limit Unit 3 mg /L 65 mg /L 16 mg /L 81 mg /L 31 mg /L 400 mg /L 180 mg /L 4 mg/L 10/25/2011 CITY OF BEAUMONT INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR'S TASK ORDER # 2 Water Quality Monitoring Services Groundwater Monitoring Station Project For the San Timoteo Creek Wells TASK ORDER NO.: Two CONTRACTOR: Name: WII Address: Telephone: Fax: E -mail: Fed. Tax Id.: ,DERMUTH ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. 23692 Bircher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 (949) 420 -3030 (949) 600 -7525 mwildermuth@wildermuthenvirinmental.com 33- 0793178 THIS TASK ORDER is issued pursuant to that certain Agreement for Services by Independent Contractor between the CITY OF BEAUMONT ( "OWNER ") and Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. ( "CONTRACTOR ") dated January 8, 2010 (the "AGREEMENT ") per work outlined in Attachment No. 2 / Exhibit "A" – Construct San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring Wells. Task to be Performed. CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, materials and equipment to perform the following tasks: a. Prepare landscaping and irrigation plans, specifications and bid documents for Groundwater Monitoring_ Station Project For the San Timoteo Creek Wells Project as described in the CONTRACTOR's Proposal, attached hereto as part of Exhibit A. 2. Time of Performance. Time is of the essence. Therefore, CONTRACTOR shall begin work within 20 days of the date this Task Order is signed by the OWNER and shall complete performance of such services by or before May 1, 2011. 3. Liaison of OWNER. Mr. Deepak Moorjani, Public Works Director shall serve as liaison between OWNER and CONTRACTOR. 4. Staff Assignments. CONTRACTOR will assign the following personnel to perform the services required by this Task Order: Mark J. Wildermuth, Chairman (See Contractor Address Above) 5. Deliverables. CONTRACTOR shall deliver to OWNER not later than the date or dates indicated, the following: 1. Provide construction monitoring services for two monitoring wells. 2. Conduct initial water quality sampling of wells. 3. Provide OWNER with a Well Completion Report for each new monitoring well. 4. Provide OWNER with a Preliminary Design Report on the conveyance facilities. 6. Compensation. For all services rendered by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Task Order, CONTRACTOR shall receive a total not -to- exceed sum of $259,000.00 based on time and materials charged in accordance with the Hourly Rate Schedule attached hereto as part of Exhibit B. 7. Reimbursable Expenses. In addition to the compensation provided for in Paragraph 6 above, CONTRACTOR (choose and check one:) — shall 4— shall not be entitled to reimbursement for expenses. If authorized by this Task Order, reimbursable expenses shall be limited to: $17,20 0. Miscellaneous Matters. The following additional matters are made a part of this Task Order: CONTRACTOR anticipates organizing multiple field observations and meetings for which City and the Well Drilling CONTRACTOR shall prepare agendas, attend meetings, and conduct follow -up tasks as needed. Attendance at additional meetings may require an amendment to the project budget. The City will hire the Well Driller Sub - Contractor and oversee Well Construction with WEI, Inc. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Task Order on the date indicated below. Dated: � _'_� b" —.1C? Dated: l^ 2.(o Z v l U CITY OF BEAMONT By A�1) Mayor, City Council CONTRACTOR: WILDERMUT N IRONMENTAL, I By Mark J. Wilder th, Chairman Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority 550 E. 6`h Street, Beaumont, California Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, January 19, 2010 "Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk's office at 550 E. 6"' Street during normal business hours" REGULAR SESSION Regular Session began at 6:00 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor Fox, Mayor Pro Tern Dressel, Council Member Berg, Council Member DeForge, and Council Member Gall were present. Invocation: Council Member DeForge Pledge of Allegiance: Council Member DeForge • Introduction of New Public Affairs Manager, Jennifer Menjivas Presentation: with SCE — by Lin Juniper • SCE Check Presentation for Mesa Lift Station & Civic Center Lighting — Jennifer Menjivar Adjustments to Agenda: Council requested that Item 4.c - Reorganization of the Beaumont City Council & Committees be moved to item 4.a on the agenda. ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Anyone wishing to address the City Council on any matter not on the agenda of this meeting may do so now. The oral communications portion of the agenda is to hear public comments. Anyone wishing to speak on an item on the agenda may do so at the time the Council considers that item. All person(s) wishing to speak must fill out a "Request to Speak Form" and give it to the City Clerk at the beginning of the meeting. The forms are available on the table at the back of the room. There is a three (3) minute limit on public comments. There will be no sharing or passing of time to another person. 1. COUNCIL REPORTS (This is the portion of the agenda where the city council will present updates on city actions taken, committee assignments, and training and travel) a) Mayor Fox - Pass Transit assisted 29 Palms Marines in transportation back to base, Thank you to Staff for everything during his time as the Mayor b) Mayor Pro Tern Dressel - Nothing to report C) Council Member Berg - RCTC Reorganization d) Council Member DeForge - Chamber Mixer, Ad Hoc Committee Meeting, Award Dinner, East Valley Board of Realtors, Pass Historical Society Museum e) Council Member Gall - Thank you to the City Manager, Alan Kapanicas for sending out the letter in regards to the flooding in front of Beaumont High School. 1. CITY MANAGER REPORTS a. Community Information Update 1) Effective Communication (Core Values) a) Twitter b) Website C) Face Book 2) Transportation & Road Improvement Update a) Seneca Springs Transit Route b) Golf Cart Routes 3) Sustainability Update a) UCR Coordinated Programs and Internship b. Local Project Update 1) Concerts in the Park Series 2) Spark of Love — Fire Department Toy Drive 3) Cops in Shops 4) Holiday Events Update C. Financial Update 1) Economic Stimulus Plan Update d. Calendar of Events 1) March 26, 2010 — Redlands Bike Classic — Beaumont Circuit 2) April 17 —18, 2010 Baker to Vegas Run 3) May — Breezin through Beaumont 5k run 4) Second and Third Wednesday of Each Month — Story Time Caf6 e. Rumor Control, and Report on Oral and Written Communications 2. CONSENT CALENDAR a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary. b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting December 15, 2009. C. Approval of the Warrant List for January 19, 2010 d. Approval of Fee Waiver Request for Redlands Bike Classic e. Approval of Plans, Specification, and Contract Documents for Groundwater Monitoring Station Project for the San Timoteo Creek Well and Authorization for the City Clerk to Advertise for Public Bids; and Approval of Task Order No. 2 subject to the Authority of the City Attorney's approval. f. Acceptance of a Proposal to enroll the City's Wastewater Treatment Plant in Southern California Edison's Demand Response Program. g. Adoption of Resolution 2010 -01 — A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont Establishing Fees by the Animal Care Services Department for Animal Licensing and Special Services and Repeal Resolution No. 2008 -10 and All Other Resolutions in Conflict. h. Approval of Request for a three year time extension for Plot Plan 06 -PP -16 (Location East of Xenia Avenue and South of Eighth Street). i. Denial of Claim — Rosa Bogarin — (Tow Charges) j. Denial of Claim — Mario Linares — (Tow Charges) k. Approval of Subdivision Agreements for Tract Map No. 31519 -1 Located at the South of Highland Springs Avenue and West of First Street — Seneca Springs. 1. Approval of Proposed Change Order for Street Improvements & Traffic Signal Installation for 18t and Highland Springs Avenue the project Progress Report and Authorization for the Mayor to execute the Change Order. M. Approval of Change Order to North Sewer Rehab Phase IV and the project Progress Report and Authorization for the Mayor to execute the Change Order. Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Council Member Gall requested that item 31 be pulled for discussion. Council Member Berg requested that item 3.i and 3.j be pulled for discussion. Motion by Council Member DeForge, Seconded by Council Member Dressel to approve the remainder of the agenda as presented. Vote: 5/0 Discussion on item 3 f, i, j took place. Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Gall to approve items 3 f, i, and j of the consent calendar as presented. Vote: 5/0 3. ACTION ITEMS/PUBLIC HEARING /REQUESTS a. Resolution Supporting the Desert Bill "A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont Supporting Wilderness, Wild and Scenic Rivers, National Monuments, and National Park and Preserve Additions in the California Desert" Recommendation: Review and 1) Adopt Resolution No. 2010 -02; or 2) Direct Staff. Alan Kapanicas, City Manager gave the Staff Report Motion by Council Member Gall, No second Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member Berg to continue and ask Feinstein's office to attend a Council Meeting and supply a presentation. Vote: 5/0 b. Selection of Advisory Committee Members for the Southwest Overlay (SWO) — Live, Work, Play Zone located South of 41h street, East of Olive Avenue, West of Elm Avenue and North of 2nd Street. Recommendation: 1) Appoint Members of this Committee; 2) Establish the first meeting time for this committee. Staff report was given by Chris Tracy, Staff Planner Speakers: Leslie Rios - Wants to sit on the Advisory Committee as a community Representative Susan Campbell - Property Owner - Wants to sit on the Advisory Committee Debbie Knox Snow - Wants to sit on the Advisory Committee Victor Dominguez - Nominate Leslie Rios for the Committee City Council appointed Planning Commissioner Brenda Knight, Planning Commissioner Paul St. Martin, Property owners Mr. Medina, Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Rios to sit on the Committee. C. Annual Reorganization of the Beaumont City Council & Committees Recommendation: Entertain Nominations for the positions of Mayor and Mayor Pro Tern and Authorize the Mayor to make Appointments to the Various Boards, Commissions, and Committees. Nomination by Council Member Dressel to appoint Council Member DeForge as Mayor and Council Member Berg as Mayor Pro Tem. No Other Nomination Vote: 5/0 Adjournment of the City Council Meeting at 7:35 p.m. :tfu Sub rtte� City Manager Called to Order at 2:00 p.m. Minutes Special Meeting Beaumont City Council Monday, January 25, 2010 2:00 p.m. Beaumont Civic/Community Center Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor DeForge, Council Members Dressel and Gall were present. Mayor Pro Tem Berg and Council Member Fox were excused. ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Anyone wishing to address the City Council on any matter not on the agenda of this meeting may do so now. The oral communications portion of the agenda is only to hear public comments and no action can be taken. Anyone wishing to speak on an item on the agenda may do so at the time the Council considers that item. All person(s) wishing to speak must fill out a "Request to Speak Form" and give it to the City Clerk at the beginning of the meeting. The forms are available on the table at the back of the room. There is a three (3) minute limit on public comments. There will be no sharing or passing of time to another person. Action Items: 1. Resolution No. 2010 -03 — A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California Declaring the Existence of A Local Emergency Under Government Code Section 8630 and City Ordinance No. 461 Recommendation: Adopt Resolution No. 2010 -03 as presented. Motion by Council member Dressel, Seconded by Council Member Gall to adopt Resolution No. 2010 -03 as presented. Vote 3/0 Alan City Manager at 2:08 p.m. CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT GROUNDWATER MONITORING STATION PROJECT FOR THE SAN TIMOTEO MONITORING WELLS Fund Source: Wastewater Enterprise Funds Project Name: San Timoteo Monitoring Wells Contract Date: TBD Contractors: TBD Const. Budget: $500,000 (Approved Sept. 1, 2009) Subcontractors: See approved CIP Contractor List A &E Budget: $259,000 Project Start Date: October 2008 Report Period: January 2010 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared plans, specifications and bid documents. Problems or Delays During Report Period: None Change Orders: No change orders. Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: (1) Approve the plans, specifications and bid documents, authorize advertisement to solicit public bids and manage the bidding process. (2) Authorize contractors to provide construction management services. (3) Approve Task Order No. 2 for Wildermuth Environmental Report Approved by: Mayor's Signature Date of City Council Approval Cot) 157, CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN Source of Wastewater Enterprise Funds Project Name: San Timoteo Management Zone Water Funds: Quality Mitigation Project Contract N/A Contractors: TBD Date: Problems or Delays During Report Period: • Significant delays obtaining right of way were related to the involuntary bankruptcy of the property owner. Change Orders: • No Change Orders Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Authorize the City Manager to expend funds not to exceed $ 5,000 as needed for qualified contractors to prepare and process grant applications for the project. Approved and autho Ma /r Signature Date of City Council Approval STAFF REPORT Agenda Item 0) TO: Mayor and Council Members FROM: Department of Public Works DATE: March 16, 2010 SUBJECT: Authorize Preparation and Submittal of Applications for Grant Funds for the San Timoteo Management Zone Water Quality Mitigation Project Background and Analysis: The City of Beaumont has been working with the State Regional Water Quality Control Board to improve water quality and conserve water supplies in the San Timoteo and Beaumont Management Zones. On September 2, 2009, the City filed a Notice of Determination in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the San Timoteo Management Zone Mitigation Project which includes the construction of two wells in the San Timoteo Groundwater Basin and a pipeline system to recharge the water in Noble Creek. The project will help implement the Basin Plan Amendment for the Santa Ana River Basin Water Quality Control Plan. The project will also help conserve local water supplies and lesson the region's dependence on the State Water Project. Recommendation: Staff recommends the City Council APPROVE the Project Progress Report and AUTRHORIZE the City Manager to prepare and process grant applications for the project with state, local and federal agencies as needed to help fund construction of the project. Respect Submitted: CITY F EAU ONT Alan C. panicas City Manager San Timoteo Management Zone Water Quality Mitigation Project Technical Memorandum Draft Project Description Prepared by: Wildermuth Environmental Date: March 8, 2010 The City of Beaumont (City) is evaluating a water quality mitigation project in its service area to remove salt from the San Timoteo Management Zone (STMZ), as required by its discharge permit, and to provide an additional water supply for the Beaumont area. The project involves extracting groundwater, high in total dissolved solids (TDS), from the STMZ to mitigate current and future salt imbalances created by the City's discharge of tertiary treated effluent to Coopers Creek. The extracted groundwater will be conveyed to the Beaumont Management Zone (BMZ) and recharged, thereby increasing the City's local groundwater supplies and reducing its demand on imported State Water Project (SWP) water. Reduction in the City's use of SWP water will improve reliability and reduce green house gas emissions caused by the pumping of SWP from the Delta to Southern California. Background The City owns and operates a sewer collection system and wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that serves the City of Beaumont and a small part of Riverside County. The raw wastewater received at the treatment plant is treated to tertiary standards. Currently, the City discharges approximately 2.6 mgd of treated effluent to Coopers Creek and the unnamed tributary of Marshall Creek under Order R8- 2009 -0002 (NPDES No. CA0105376) from the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB). The discharge to Coopers Creek flows unimpeded across the southwestern end of the Beaumont Management Zone (BMZ) where it joins San Timoteo Creek and enters the STMZ. The discharge to the unnamed tributary of Marshall Creek flows a short distance over which the effluent recharges the underlying BMZ. Basin Plan Compliance. In January 2004, the RWQCB amended the Water Quality Control Plan (Basin Plan) for the Santa Ana River Basin to incorporate an updated TDS and nitrogen management plan. This amendment included revised groundwater management zone boundaries (formerly called subbasins), revised TDS and nitrate - nitrogen groundwater quality objectives (i.e. antidegradation objectives), revised TDS and nitrogen wasteload allocations, revised reach designations, and revised TDS and nitrogen objectives and beneficial uses for specific surface waters. In addition to the updated antidegradation water quality objectives, alternative maximum benefit -based water quality objectives were specified for certain groundwater management zones, including the BMZ and the STMZ. These maximum benefit objectives are based on demonstrations that (i) beneficial uses are being protected and (ii) water quality consistent with maximum benefit to the people of the State of California is being maintained. The maximum benefit -based water quality objectives for the STMZ are contingent upon commitments made by the City and the Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD). Specifically, these commitments include increase in recycled water reuse in the YMZ and the BMZ and the subsequent reduction of recycled water discharge to the STMZ, implementation of monitoring programs to support ambient water quality assessments, increasing stormwater recharge, TDS and nitrogen management of their effluents, and requirements to mitigate future STMZ Water Quality Mitigation Project March 8, 2010 Page 2 of 3 increases in TDS and nitrate in groundwater if and when the ambient TDS and nitrate concentration in groundwater exceed their respective maximum benefit -based objectives. The City is responsible for the BMZ commitments, and it shares responsibility for the STMZ commitments with the YVWD. As part of its maximum benefit commitments, the City is obligated to remove /reduce its discharge from the unlined portion of San Timoteo Creek. In 2008, the City received permission from the State Water Resources Control Board and the US Fish and Wildlife Service ( USFWS) to reduce its discharge of tertiary treated effluent to Coopers Creek from approximately 2.5 mgd to 1.8 mgd. The USFWS believes that the discharge of 1.8 mgd is needed to support riparian habitat in Coopers Creek. In 2009, the RWQCB amended the City's discharge permit (i.e. Order R8- 2006 -0003) to include two new discharge points and issued Order No. R8- 2009 -0002. This amendment allows the City to minimize its discharge to Coopers Creek to 1.8 mgd and discharge effluent in excess of 1.8 mgd to an unnamed tributary of Marshall Creek (DP 007) and to Noble Creek near its confluence with the Mountain View Channel (DP 008). These discharge locations are shown in Figure 1. The discharge to these two new discharge points recharges the underlying BMZ. While the permit amendment allows the City to reduce its discharge to Coopers Creek (i.e. the STMZ) to as low as 1.8 mgd, in 2009, the average annual TDS concentration of the City's tertiary treated effluent was 405 mg /L, which is slightly higher than the STMZ TDS objective of 400 mg /L. Most of the effluent discharged to Coopers Creek recharges in the upstream end of the STMZ with the remainder consumptively used by riparian vegetation. In an effort to mitigate TDS levels in the STMZ from exceeding the maximum benefit -based water quality objectives set in the Basin Plan, the City proposes to implement the STMZ Water Quality Mitigation Project to extract groundwater from the upstream end of the STMZ and convey that groundwater to the BMZ to be incidentally recharged. The incidental recharge of groundwater from the STMZ in the BMZ is entirely consistent with the 2004 Basin Plan Amendment. The City intends to offset the amount of salt added by its effluent, above the water quality objective set for the STMZ, by extracting an equivalent amount of salt, via groundwater, from the STMZ. The City's proposed project does not interfere with any downstream water rights. New Water Supply. By June 2010, the City will own three dual - purpose wells (monitoring and production) in the STMZ. The City anticipates that each well will effectively produce about 400 gallons per minute (gpm) for a total production capacity of about 2,000 acre -feet per year. The water extracted from the STMZ will be conveyed and recharged in the BMZ; specifically, it will recharge the Beaumont Groundwater Basin (Beaumont Basin). The Beaumont Basin is adjudicated and managed pursuant to the 2004 stipulated agreement by the Beaumont Basin Watermaster (BBWM). Through a storage agreement with the BBWM, the City has rights to store up to 20,000 acre -ft in the Beaumont Basin. Once stored, the City will use this water to offset groundwater overdraft of the Basin attributed to meeting the City's water demand. Project Description At present, the City is in the process of constructing two dual - purpose wells, the Crenshaw and Palmer Park wells, as part of its maximum benefit obligations. Both wells are located within the STMZ Water Quality Mitigation Project March 8, 2010 Page 3 of 3 STMZ. As noted above, the Crenshaw and Palmer Park wells are being constructed to perform a dual function: initially, they will serve as monitoring wells, and ultimately, they will serve as both monitoring and production wells. And, as previously stated, each well is expected to produce about 400 gpm. The City's third well, the Heartland well, was constructed in 2005 and has been used intermittently to support nearby construction activities. In 2009, the City purchased this well from the developer who constructed it. The Heartland well can effectively produce about 400 gpm from the STMZ. All three wells are located near the Southwest boundary of the City's service area, as shown in Figure 1. A For this project, a new series of pipelines, ranging in diameter from 8 to 12 inches, will be constructed along San Timoteo Canyon Road to convey groundwater to a storage reservoir located on a City parcel north of San Timoteo Creek. Each well will be equipped with a new pump capable of lifting groundwater to the storage reservoir. From the storage reservoir, water will be conveyed northeast, via a new pump station, and along a flood control easement to a series of parcels adjacent to Noble Creek, which are also owned by the City. The live stream discharge at the City site will allow groundwater produced from the STMZ to incidentally recharge at the City site and in Noble Creek, both of which overlie the BMZ. Table 1 shows the estimated cost of the facilities needed for the STMZ Water Quality Mitigation Project. The project is expected to remove about 1,150 tons' of salt per year from the STMZ and will provide approximately 2,000 acre -ft per year of new water supply to the BMZ. Conveying groundwater from the STMZ to the BMZ will both mitigate salt imbalances created by the required 1.8 mgd discharge to Coopers Creek and provide a new water supply for the Beaumont area, thereby reducing demand on imported water. ' This value is based on groundwater extracted from the STMZ having an average TDS concentration of 440 mg/L (i.e. 1,935 acre -ft per year at a TDS concentration of 440 mg/L equals 1,158 tons of salt per year). Table 1 Cost Opinion for the San Timoteo Management Zone Water Quality Mitigation Project Description Quantity Units Unit Cost Subtotal Planning and Environmental Cost Planning, Environmental, and Project Management 1 L.S. $204,600 $ 204,600 Subtotal Planning and Environmental $ 205,000 Construction Cost for Facilities Equip Extraction Wells 2 3 EA. $100,000 $ 300,000 Electrical and Telemetry 3 EA. $60,000 $ 180,000 Rough Grading of Sites 10,000 C.Y. $2.50 $ 25,000 Grouted Rip Rap 20 Ton $2,500 $ 50,000 Storage Reservoir' 500,000 Gal. $0.70 $ 350,000 Pump Station (300 hp) 2 1 EA. $1,200,000 $ 1,200,000 8 -inch HDPE Pipeline' 2,500 L.F. $80 $ 200,000 10 -inch HDPE Pipeline' 12,500 L.F. $100 $ 1,250,000 12 -inch HDPE Pipeline' 20,000 L.F. $120 $ 2,400,000 Jack and Bore' 300 L.F. $1,550 $ 465,000 6 -ft Block Wall ' 1,000 L.F. $40 $ 40,000 Signs 5 EA. $250 $ 1,250 Subtotal for Facilities $ 6,470,000 Other Cost Engineering, Construction Management, and Administration 15% $ 970,500 Plan Check and Inspection Fees L.S. $ 290,815 UPRR Permits L.S. $ 100,000 Wetlands 404 -1603 L.S. $ 250,000 Contingency 5% $ 323,500 Subtotal for Other Cost $ 1,940,000 Estimated Project Cost $ 8,615,000 ' Referenced from RS Means Heavy Construction Cost Data 2010. 2 Referenced from Historical Cost Data. nr. 3/8/2010 ,mow WIGOERMUTH a c v� LL� N LL �2 C! O O 4 m U 4 117 0'9"W Produced for: City of Beaumont San Timoteo Management Zone Water Quality Mitigation Project Figure 1 Main Features RVVQCB Management Zone Boundary Proposed Extraction Well Existing Extraction Well Proposed 12" Pipeline (35.000 fl) Proposed 0 5 million gallon storage reservoir and booster station City of Beaumont Service Area Proposed Recharge Area - City of Beaumont WWTP Discharge Point Produced by: ",a WILDERMUTH'" fNVIAn NMrNTA: IN r v v.v: sr(�xmuthenwronraental com RVVQCB Management Zone Boundary Proposed Extraction Well Existing Extraction Well Proposed 12" Pipeline (35.000 fl) Proposed 0 5 million gallon storage reservoir and booster station City of Beaumont Service Area Proposed Recharge Area - City of Beaumont WWTP Discharge Point CITY OF BEAUMONT INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR'S TASK ORDER (Project Title: Water Quality Management and Engineering Services) TASK ORDER NO.: Three CONTRACTOR: Name: Address: Telephone: Fax: E- mail:mwil4 Fed. Tax Id.: Wildermuth Envronmental, Inc. 23692 Birtcher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 (949) 420 3030 (949) 600 7525 lermuth@wildermuthenvironmental.com 33- 0793178 THIS TASK ORDER is issued pursuant to that certain Agreement for Services by Independent Contractor between the CITY OF BEAUMONT ( "OWNER ") and Wildermuth Environmental ( "CONTRACTOR ") dated May 17, 2011 (the "AGREEMENT "). 1. Task to be Performed. CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, materials and equipment to perform the following task (choose and check one): x See Exhibit "A ", attached hereto Description of Task: _ 2. Time of Performance. Time is of the essence. Therefore, CONTRACTOR shall begin work within 7 days of the date this Task Order is signed by the OWNER and shall complete performance of such services by or before Dec 31, 2011. 3. Liaison of OWNER. Mr Kishen Prathivadi shall serve as liaison between OWNER and CONTRACTOR. 4. Staff Assignments. CONTRACTOR will assign the following personnel to perform the services required by this Task Order: Mark Wildermuth Samantha Adams Deliverables. CONTRACTOR shall deliver to OWNER not later than the date or dates indicated, the following: (Check if this Paragraph 5 Not Applicable: _xx) 1. Quarterly data reports to the Regional Board by July 15 and October 15, 2011. 2. Updated Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program Work Plan 6. Compensation. For all services rendered by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Task Order, CONTRACTOR shall receive a total not -to- exceed lump sum of $131,586.00 based on time and materials charged in accordance with the Hourly Rate Schedule attached hereto as part of Exhibit B 7. Reimbursable Expenses. In addition to the compensation provided for in Paragraph 6 above, CONTRACTOR (choose and check one:) shall /_xx_ shall not /be entitled to reimbursement for expenses. If authorized by this Task Order, reimbursable expenses shall be limited to: 8. Miscellaneous Matters. The following additional matters are made a part of this Task Order (choose and check one): x_ Not applicable See Exhibit "A ", attached hereto; or Description: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Task Order on the date indicated below. Dated:' _ L Dated: �� 10 -2. -3 CITY OF BEAU N -. By ` CONTRACTOR. Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. --, F'Je ac"" PrMt Name ,� 0 s Le. C1a i ee Title F P re 5 t 3e. Exhibit A Scope of Work Task 1: General Engineering The purpose of this task is to provide as- requested water resources engineering support to City staff. The work anticipated herein includes participation in meetings, support for the City's application to amend discharge permit R8- 2009 -0002, support for the City's salt offset programs in the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones, water supply planning, assistance in the acquisition of new water supplies, and regulatory support. Each request for such services will be provided by the City in writing or by email. The deliverable and performance schedule for each request will be by mutual agreement. The upper limit on fee for Task 1 is $99,800. Table Al shows the breakdown of this fee. Task 2: Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program in the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones The purpose of this task is to fulfill the City's obligations to the Regional Board pursuant to the maximum benefit commitments contained in the Basin Plan and the City's recycled water discharge permit (R8- 2009 - 0002). The work described herein is for the period of June 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011, and includes the following sub - tasks: Task 2.1 — Collect, Process, and Upload Field Data from City Staff. The purpose of this sub -task is twofold: First, as the City takes over the monitoring program field data collection tasks in June 2011, WEI staff will provide support to City staff for a smooth transition. Support tasks will include transferring of all information related to the monitoring program and accompanying City staff on the initial field visits. Second, WEI staff will continue to manage the monitoring program data. This data is processed, checked for QA/QC, and loaded into a centralized regional database. Task 2.2 — Maximum Benefit Cooperative Data Collection. The purpose of this sub -task is to collect data from other agencies within the Beaumont Management Zone who are monitoring wells for water level or water quality. This data is processed, checked for QA /QC, and loaded into a centralized regional database. Task 2.3 — Prepare Quarterly Data Report. The purpose of this sub -task is to prepare quarterly reports to the Regional Board detailing the status of the Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program activities. Each quarter a draft report will be prepared by WEI staff and submitted to the City for review and comment. The final report will be submitted to the Regional Board after comments have been addressed. Task 2.4 — Prepare Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program Work Plan Update. In 2011, the Regional Board will review a Basin Plan Amendment allowing the City to submit an updated Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program work plan to update the existing monitoring program. It is anticipated that the updated work plan will be adopted by the Regional Board and State Board Page 1 of 3 by December 31, 2011. During this time, WEI will prepare an updated monitoring work plan for the City to improve the monitoring program and remove unneeded monitoring sites. The deliverables for Task 2 include: 1. Quarterly data reports will be delivered to the Regional Board by July 15, 2011 and October 15, 2011. 2. An updated Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program Work Plan to modify the City's groundwater and surface water monitoring program will be prepared and submitted to the Regional Board as soon as a Basin Plan amendment allowing changes is adopted. The upper limit on fee for Task 2 is $31,700. Table Al shows the breakdown of this fee. Page 2 of 3 Table Al Scope of Work Fee Breakdown Page 3 of 3 Exhibit B WEI Time and Material Rate Sheet for 2011 Principal Engineer III /Scientist III $210 - $230 Principal Engineer I & II /Scientist I & II $200 - $210 Supervising Engineer /Scientist $185 - $200 Senior Engineer /Scientist $140 - $170 Staff Engineer /Scientist $123 - $155 Database Manager $165 - $195 Engineering Technician $88 - $108 Field Technician $73 - $85 Office Administrator $95 - $110 Expert Witness' $420 - $430 Preparation of testimonial material is billed at the normal hourly rate. Witness preparation, depositions, and testimony are billed at the expert witness rate, with a minimum charge of one day. a Mileage for passenger vehicles will be billed at the IRS rate. Subject to annual adjustments. b Other project- related travel costs will be passed through. Page 1 of 1 CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT Sewer Enterprise Funds Project Name: Water Quality Management and Source of Engineering Services — 2011 -2012 Water -year Funds: Contract May 17, 2011 Contractors: Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. Date: A &E Budget: $ 131,586.00 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared proposal for services. Problems or Delays During Report Period: -No delays Change Orders: • No Change Orders Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Project Start Date: January 2011 Report Period: May 2011 Approve Extension of Agreement to December 31, 2012 and execute Task Order No. 3. Authorize City Manager and staff and consultants to implement the scope of work. Approved and authorize( sW� %Klor Signature Date of City Council Approval STWMA San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority 4 Crown Court Tel. (760) 202.1961 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 Mobile (760) 574 -6236 www.stwma.org Email Jasa921 @aol.com February 20, 2004 Mr. Gerard J. Thibeault Chief Executive Officer Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board 3737 Main Street, Suite 500 Riverside, CA 92501 Re: Request for Maximum Benefit Objectives & Draft Monitoring Program for the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones The San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority (STWMA) is participating with its member agencies to implement the watershed -scale water resources management plan identified in the San Timoteo Watershed Management Program Final Phase 1 Report ( STWMP). STWMA is currently involved in implementation of all Program Elements listed in the STWMP. This includes the comprehensive monitoring program as presented under Program Element 1. STWMA is also currently working to characterize the quality and quantity of urban stormwater /dry weather runoff in the watershed through a grant from the State Water Resources Control Board. STWMA is committed to protecting the groundwater supplies in the Beaumont and the San Timoteo Management Zones and therefore requests the Regional Water Quality Control Board to implement the water quality objectives included in the maximum benefit study for these management zones. In this context, STWMA is submitting this request and a draft Monitoring Program on behalf of STWMA and the City of Beaumont for the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones for your review and consideration. With regard to the San Timoteo Management Zone, it is anticipated that Yucaipa Valley Water District will perform the sampling along San Timoteo Creek downstream of Yucaipa Creek (approximately the Riverside /San Bernardino County line) and Beaumont -Cherry Valley Water District will perform the sampling for the portion upstream of the confluence of Yucaipa Creek. STWMA will participate in computing ambient groundwater quality as a regional effort which should begin by July 2004 so that an ambient quality determination for the STWMA area can be provided to the RWQCB by July 1, 2005. Further, STWMA will participate in subsequent ambient quality determinations every three years thereafter. STWMA appreciates the efforts of the Regional Board and its staff during the development of the Basin Plan Amendment, and the opportunity to demonstrate beneficial use protection based on maximum benefit objectives. We look forward to working with you and your staff on this important endeavor to responsibly manage the region's water resources. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Regards, 41;.A� J. Andrew Schlange General Manager Enclosure CC: Hope Smythe, Joann Schneider— RWQCB City of Beaumont; STWMA Commission Water Resources Management and Leadership in the San Timoteo Watershed CITY OF BEAUMONT INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR'S TASK ORDER WATER QUALITY MONITORING, REPORTING AND ENGINEERING SERVICES TASK ORDER NO.: 3 CONTRACTOR: Name: Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. Address: Telephone: Fax: E -mail: mwi Fed. Tax Id.: 23692 Bircher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 949 - 420 -3030 949 - 600 -7525 Idermuth@wildermuthenvirom-nental.com 33- 0793178 THIS TASK ORDER is issued pursuant to that certain Agreement for Services by Independent Contractor between CITY OF BEAUMONT ( "OWNER ") and WILDERMUTH ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. ( "CONTRACTOR ") dated September 1, 2009 (the "AGREEMENT "). 1. Task to be Performed. CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, materials and equipment to perform the following task (check one): Description of Task: Perform services described in accordance with attached Exhibit A, together with general engineering services as directed by the City Manger. 2. Time of Performance. Time is of the essence. Therefore, CONTRACTOR shall begin work within 5 days of the date this Task Order is signed by the OWNER and shall complete performance of such services by or before June 30, 2011. 3. Liaison of OWNER. The City Manager shall serve as liaison between OWNER and CONTRACTOR. 4. Staff Assignments. CONTRACTOR will assign the following staff personnel to perform the services required by this Task Order: Mark Wildermuth 5. Deliverables. CONTRACTOR shall deliver to OWNER those certain deliverables as set forth on attached Exhibit "A." 6. Compensation. For all services rendered by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Task Order, CONTRACTOR shall receive a total not -to- exceed sum of $190,000 for water quality management, testing and reporting and $20,000 for general engineering services, all charged on a time and material, not to exceed basis as set forth on attached Table 2. 7. Reimbursable Expenses. In addition to the compensation provided for in Paragraph 6 above, CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to reimbursement for expenses. Dated: Dated: IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Task Order on the date indicated below. -& -/o CITY OF BEAUMONT By �- Mayor CONTRACTOR: By IM Print Name <1--t 4\ R, t\1\ A k) Title Exhibit A Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program in the BMZ and STMZ The purpose of this task is to fulfill the City's obligations to the Regional Board pursuant to the maximum benefit commitments contained in the Basin Plan and the City's recycled water discharge permit (R8- 2006 -0003; R8- 2009- 0002). The type, location, and frequency of monitoring and reporting are described in detail in the monitoring program workplan developed by the STWMA and the City in 2004. Scope of Work Task 3.1 — Maximum Benefit Monitoring Field Program Task 3.2 — Maximum Benefit Cooperative Data Collection Task 3.3 — Prepare Quarterly Data Report Task 3.4 — Prepare Annual Report Task 3.5 — Regulatory Support for a Basin Plan Amendment Deliverables 1. Quarterly data reports will be delivered to the Regional Board on July, 15 2010; October 15, 2010; January 15, 2011; and April 15, 2011. 2. An annual data summary and analysis report for calendar year 2010 will be delivered to the Regional Board by April 15, 2011. The report will include a database that contains all data collected as part of the field and cooperative data collection programs. 3. A basin plan amendment will be prepared with backup for the City to modify the surface water monitoring program to include the City's new discharge points in the Beaumont Management ,Zone (DP 007 and DP 008) and subsequent processing with the Regional Board. Fee The estimated fee for this task is $190,000. Table 1 shows the breakdown of this fee. Table 2 WEI Time and Material Rate Sheet for lulu /luii Staff Type Hourly Rate Principal Engineer III /Scientist III $210 - $230 Principal Engineer I & II /Scientist I & II $200 - $210 Supervising Engineer /Scientist $190 - $200 Senior Engineer /Scientist $133 - $170 Staff Engineer /Scientist $123 - $155 Database Manager $165 - $195 Engineering Technician $88 - $108 Field Technician $73 - $78 Office Administrator $95 - $110 Expert Witness' $420 - $430 Pranaratinn of testimonial material is billed at the normal hourly rate. Witness preparation, depositions, and testimony are billed at the expert witness rate, with a minimum charge of one day. a Mileage for passenger vehicles will be billed at the IRS rate. Subject to annual adjustments. b Other project - related travel costs will be passed through. CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT WATER 011Ai ITV MONITORING Fund Project Name: Water Quality Monitoring, Reporting and Source: Wastewater Enterprise Funds Engineering Services Contract July 6, 2010 Contractors: Wildermuth Environmental Date: Const. Budget: Subcontractors: See approved CIP Contractor List A &E Budget: $210,000 Project Start Date: July 2010 Report Period: June 2010 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared proposal for services. Problems or Delays During Report Period: No problems or delays. Change Orders: No change orders. Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Approve and execute Task Order No. 3. Report Approved by: Mayor's Signatur Date of City Council Approval STAFF REPORT Agenda Item_ TO: Mayor and Council Members FROM: Public Works Department DATE: July 6, 2010 Uv SUBJECT: Task Order for Maximum Benefit Monitoring and Reporting in the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones Background and Analysis: The proposed Agreement would authorize Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. to complete water quality management, testing, reporting and engineering services work which includes water quality testing for the State Regional Water Quality Control Board as part of the City's Maximum Benefit requirement as set forth in its permit to operate the wastewater treatment plant. The testing is an annual expense which saves the City millions of dollars which would otherwise be required to comply with anti - degradation requirements as set forth in the permit. The estimated cost of the professional services for the 2010 -2011 Fiscal Year is $210,000. Recommendation: Staff recommends APPROVAL of Task Order No. 3 with Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. and the Project Progress Report, and AUTHORIZATION of the Mayor to execute the Task Order and Project Progress Report subject to the authority of the City Attorney to make non- substantive changes. Res / v Alan C. Kapam s City Manager Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority Beaumont Charitable Foundation Beaumont Conservation Authority 550 E. 6t' Street, Beaumont, California Closed Session (5:00 p.m.) Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, July 6, 2010 CLOSED SESSION No Reportable Action Taken Closed Session to begin at 5:00 p.m. Place: City Manager Conference Room Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tern Berg, Council Member Fox, and Council Member Gall were present. a. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6, Conference with Labor Negotiator — City Negotiator as Personnel Director Alan Kapanicas Employee Organizations and Staffing b. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator C. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a) - Anticipated Litigation — Conference with Legal Counsel — Existing Litigation(Govemment Code 54956.9) 1. Peters vs. City — Case No. RIC 467388 2. Western Riverside Council of Governments vs City of Beaumont RIC 536164 3. Coronado vs. City RIC 10001628 & RIC 516461 4. Moore vs. City RIC 540267 5. Cashmer vs. RIC 541427 REGULAR SESSION Regular Session to begin at 6:00 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tern Berg, Council Member Fox, and Council Member Gall were present. Invocation: Pastor Marc Stamper — Pure Rock Church Pledge of Allegiance: Mayor Pro Tern Fox Presentation: Proclamation for Larry Dressel Swearing in of Paul St.Martin Adjustments to Agenda: None ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Vanessa Dominguez — Running for Miss Teen California Kay Burton — Would like to know if the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District is run by the City. 1. COUNCIL REPORTS (This is the portion of the agenda where the city council will present updates on city actions taken, committee assignments, and training and travel) a) Mayor De Forge - Beaumont Coyotes Baseball, July 4t' Celebration, Mega Mixer, Meeting with Homeowners at Stetson. b) Mayor Pro Tern Berg — July O' Celebration, RTCT Update, Joint Committee Meeting with Parks and Recreation, School District and City. C) Council Member Fox -July 0' Celebration d) Council Member Gall — Cherry Festival, July 4th Celebration e) Council Member St.Martin — Cherry Festival Parade, Rotery Booth, WRCOG, Good Morning Breakfast, Calimesa Mega Mixer, Chamber of Commerce Market Night, July 4"' Celebration 2. CITY MANAGER REPORTS (City of Beaumont Core Values: Treat everyone right; Keep a customer service focus; Effective communication; Present opportunity; Operate like a great business; Eliminate bureaucratic solutions; Embrace positive change) a. Community Information and Local Project Update 1) Sustainability Update a) 2010 Census Update b) 41h of July 8, Concerts in the Park Update C) Pass to Class — August 6, 2010 2) Financial Update a) Sale Tax Update b) Budget PowerPoint on the Webpage 3) Project Update a) Beaumont Cares 1) City Signs 2) National Night Out — August 3, 2010 3) Citizens Academy 4) The RIGHT Way to School b) Fourth Street — Sidewalks, Fences, Roads C) Update on Shane Lane walking path d) Stop Signs at 110 and Oak Valley Parkway b. Calendar of Events 1) Concerts in the Park Series (Stewart Park — 9th and Maple.) a) July 4, 2010 - Papa Doo Run Run — 5 p.m. b July 7, 2010 - Dennis De Young - 7p.m. C) July 21, 2010 — LeAnn Rimes — 7p.m. d) July 28, 2010 — Joan Jett and the Black Hearts — 7p.m. e) August 4, 2010 — Michael McDonald — 7p.m. 2) July 12, 2010 — Yucaipa's Transit Center Grand Opening 3) July 16, 2010 — Star Party 4) August 7, 2010 — MDA Rummage Sale — Beaumont Civic Center 8am -1 pm 5) September 6, 2010 — Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon 6) September 11, 2010 — United Way Day of Caring 7) September 15 — 17, 2010 - League of CA Cities Annual Conference 8) Second and Third Wednesday of Each Month — Story Time Cafe C. Rumor Control, and Report on Oral and Written Communications 3. CONSENT CALENDAR (This portion of the Agenda is for items that do not require a public hearing or discussion.) a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting June 15, 2010 C. Approval of the Warrant List for July 6, 2010 d. Adoption of Ordinance No. 964 at its second reading by title only — An Un- codified Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Adopting a Zone Change to Change the Zoning for a 7.77 Acre Area of Land from R -SF (Residential Single Family) to M (Manufacturing) (09- RZ -01), Location: South of Fourth Street, West of Olive Avenue, East of Elm Avenue, and North of Second Street (418- 110 -007, 008, 013, 014, 015, 015; 417 - 130 -006, 009, 013, 016) e. Denial of Claim — Robert Lovato f. Approval of Retainer Contract Renewal with Economic & Politics, Inc. (Dr. John Husing) g. Exoneration and Acceptance of Improvements for Bond No. 104546454 -M for Tract No. 31519 -2 Street & Sewer Improvements — Meritage Homes in the Seneca Springs Development h. Adoption of Resolution No. 2010 -20 — A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California Establishing a Schedule of Fees to be charged by the Planning, Engineering and Public Works Department for Various Services and Rescinding Resolutions in Conflict Herewith i. Approval of Increase in Waste Management Trash Collection Commercial Rates j. Approval of Task Order #3 for Maximum Benefit Monitoring and Reporting in the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones; Approval of Project Progress Report, and authorize the Mayor to execute. k. Adoption of Resolution No. 2010 -21 — Establishing the Local Golf Club Access Program; Cooperative Agreement between the City of Beaumont and Oak Valley Golf Club and Approval of Cooperative Agreement for Recreational Services 1. Approval of Agreement Consenting to Joint Use of City Easement by Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District. M. Approval of Acoustic Treatment of CRC Gymnasium in the amount of $23,940.25 for materials. n. A Cooperative Agreement between the City of Banning, the City of Beaumont, and the County of Riverside to share the staffing cost of E20 (Fire Station) o. Approval of Agreement to Provide Animal Care Field Services. p. Approval of Letter Opposition- State of California Budget Item: 0250 — Local Parking Citation Surcharge q. Approval of donation to Vanessa Dominguez for entry fees not to exceed $1,130 to the Miss California Teen USA 2011 Pageant. r. Adopt Resolution No. 2010 -22 — A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Ordering the Collection of Nuisance and Building Abatement Charges and Directing the County Auditor to Collect such fees on the Tax Rolls. Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Request from Mayor DeForge for Item 3.d to be pulled from the Consent Calendar. Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded Council Member Berg to approve the Consent Calendar with the exception of Item 3.d. Vote: 510 Mayor De Forge recused himself from item 3.d and left the dais. Motion by Council Fox, Seconded by Council Member St.Martin to approve item 3.d as presented. 3/1 (Council Member Gall voted no) Mayor De Forge returned to the dais. 4. ACTION ITEMS /PUBLIC HEARING /REQUESTS (This portion of the Agenda Is for items that require a public hearing, discussion, and /or Council direction.) a. Ordinance No. 971 — An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Adding chapter 5.70 to the Beaumont Municipal Code Entitled "Medical Marijuana Regulations" Recommendation: Open Public Hearing, Take Testimony, and Approve the 1St reading of Ordinance No. 971 as presented. Staff Report was given by Frank Coe, Police Chief. Open Public Hearing 7:31 p.m. No Speakers Council Member Fox called for questions on the Ordinance. Council Member Gall seconded. Council Member Berg offered a motion that we continue the item until Mr. Aklufi returns. Council Member Fox seconded. Council Member Gall was opposed to that. The Mayor called for a vote. With a first and a second to continue, Council Member Fox withdrew the call to question. Council Member Gall stated that she did not withdraw her second on the call to question. Council Member Galls call to question became a first. There was no second to Council Members Galls call to question. Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Fox to Continue to the next regular meeting of August 17, 2010 at approximately 6 p.m. Vote 3/2 (Council Members. Vote 3/2 (Council Members Gall and St.Martin voted no) b. Appointment of one (1) Planning Commissioner to fill un- expired vacancy Recommendation: Hold Interviews, Name and Swear in Planning Commissioner Staff report was given by Alan Kapanicas, City Manager Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member St.Martin to appoint Emanuel Salinas to fill the unexpired vacancy on the Planning Commission. Vote: 5/0 C. Consideration of Contribution to the Banning Chamber of Commerce Scramble (taking place July 31- August 1, August 1415, and August 21 -22) Recommendation: Review and Direct staff Speakers: Jim Smith Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Berg to contribute $7,500 to the Banning Chamber of Commerce Scramble with Mr. Smith returning to the next meeting for an update on the event. Vote: 5/0 d. Designation of Voting Delegates and Alternates for the League of California Cities Annual Conference — September 15 —17, 2010 Recommendation: Appoint one Council Member as a Delegate and one Council Member as Alternate. Council Member Gall was appointed as the Delegate and Council Member St. Martin was appointed as the Alternate. Adjournment of the City Council Meeting at 7:55 p.m. Res ctf y Submi Alan Kaparn s- -- -��`- City Manager CITY OF BEAUMONT INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR'S TASK ORDER ASSIMILATIVE CAPACITY ASSESSMENT FOR THE SAN TIMOTEO MANAGEMENT ZONE TASK ORDER NO.: 4 CONTRACTOR: Name: Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. Address: Telephone: Fax: E -mail: Fed. Tax Id.: 23692 Bircher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 949 - 420 -3030 949 - 600 -7525 mwildermuth @wildermuthenvironmental.com 33- 0793178 THIS TASK ORDER is issued pursuant to that certain Agreement for Services by Independent Contractor between CITY OF BEAUMONT ( "OWNER ") and WILDERMUTH ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. ( "CONTRACTOR ") dated September 1, 2009 (the "AGREEMENT "). 1. Task to be Performed. CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, materials and equipment to perform the following task (check one): Description of Task: Perform services described in accordance with attached Exhibit A, together with general engineering services as directed by the City Manger. 2. Time of Performance. Time is of the essence. Therefore, CONTRACTOR shall begin work within 5 days of the date this Task Order is signed by the OWNER and shall complete performance of such services by or before December 31, 2010. 3. Liaison of OWNER. The City Manager shall serve as liaison between OWNER and CONTRACTOR. 4. Staff Assignments. CONTRACTOR will assign the following staff personnel to perform the services required by this Task Order: Mark Wildermuth and Samantha Adams. 5. Deliverables. CONTRACTOR shall deliver to OWNER those certain deliverables as set forth on attached Exhibit "A." 6. Compensation. For all services rendered by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Task Order, CONTRACTOR shall receive a total not -to- exceed sum of $12,180 for based on a time and material, not to exceed basis. 7. Reimbursable Expenses. In addition to the compensation provided for in Paragraph 6 above, CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to reimbursement for expenses IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Task Order on the date indicated below. CITY OF BEAUMONT Dated: I — a' 1 0 By J&� Mayor CONTRACTOR: Dated: Og •OS. By �e�i,IC �Osen� P Print Nanlg IF 1 Ems, �¢r+ Title Exhibit A Kw. ENVIRONMENTAL INC August 2, 2010 City of Beaumont Attention: David Dillon Director of Economic Development 550 East 6th Street Beaumont, CA 92223 Yucaipa Valley Water District Attention: Joseph Zoba General Manager 12770 Second Street Yucaipa, CA 92399 Subject: Proposal to Provide Professional Services for the Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity for TDS and Nitrogen in the San Timoteo Management Zone Dear Mr. Dillon and Mr. Zoba: On February 22, 2010, Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. (WE[), on behalf of the City of Beaumont (City), the Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD), and Regional Board staff met to discuss compliance with the Maximum Benefit objectives and commitments in the San Timoteo Management Zone (STMZ). During the meeting, the parties discussed the locations of their new monitoring wells pursuant to their October 30, 2008 monitoring well work plan, a revised schedule for well completion, and the Regional Board's new requirement for completing a preliminary assessment of assimilative capacity in the STMZ in parallel with the upcoming ambient water quality assessment to be conducted by the Basin Monitoring Program Task Force (BMPTF). Pursuant to correspondence from the Regional Board dated July 27, 2010 (attached), the City and the YVWD are required to submit a report of the Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity for TDS and Nitrogen in the STMZ (Preliminary Assessment) by October 30, 2010. The following table summarizes the schedule of compliance presented in the Regional Board's letters: Task Completion Date Monitoring well completion July 31, 2010 Well completion report due to Regional Board August 31, 2010 Water sampling and data analysis completion August 31, 2010 Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity for TDS and nitrogen in the STMZ report due to the Regional Board October 30, 2010 Submit an offset plan for TDS and Nitrogen the STMZ (if needed) December 30, 2010 Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity... August 2, 2010 Mr. Dillon and Mr. Zoba Page 2 of 3 Scope of Work for Performing the Preliminary Assessment At the July 21, 2010 BMPTF meeting, WEI staff presented a proposed methodology for performing the Preliminary Assessment in the STMZ. Given that data available from the STMZ is not sufficient to perform an assessment of ambient water quality per the official methodology adopted by the Regional Board and the BMPTF', it was important for the proposed methodology to be vetted through the BMPTF. The methodology presented was well received and accepted by the Regional Board and the BMPTF. The following is the scope of work needed to complete the Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity for TDS and nitrogen in the STMZ, per the methodology presented: Task 1: Perform Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity in the STMZ 1.1 Collect a groundwater elevation measurement and groundwater quality sample at all wells able to be sampled in the STMZ during the month of Auguste 1.2 Compile, process, and upload all 2010 STMZ well information, water level, and water quality data to HydroDaVE 1.3 Develop water quality point statistics —or averages where necessary —for TDS and nitrogen for the 1991 through 2010 period 1.4 Develop and digitize water level and water quality contours for the STMZ 1.5 Compute preliminary ambient water quality and assimilative capacity in the STMZ 1.6 Prepare draft and final letter report of results for the Regional Board Task 2: Project Management 2.1 Coordination activities performed to date to ensure the City and the YVWD are prepared to meet Regional Board requirements and expectations, including coordination with Regional Board staff on compliance schedules and requirements, development of a proposed methodology for the Preliminary Assessment, and presentation of the methodology to the Regional Board and the BMPTF 2.2 Coordination activities to be performed from now through October 30, 2010, including up to two meetings with the City and the YVWD to review results of the analysis as it progresses, coordination with the Regional Board if modifications to the methodology are needed, and attendance at future BMPTF meetings to present findings Deliverables for this scope of work will include a draft and final letter report that will detail the findings of the Preliminary Assessment. The draft letter report will be submitted to the City and YVWD for review and comment by Thursday, October 14, 2010. Comments should be returned to WEI no later than Friday, October 22, 2010. The final letter report will be submitted to the Regional Board by October 29, 2010. This scope of work does not include the development of a Salt Offset plan should the results of the analysis indicate that such a plan is necessary. 1 Refer to Recomputotion of Ambient Water Quality in the Santa Ana Watershed for the Period 1987 to 2006 (Wildermuth Environmental, Inc, July 2008) for a detailed description of the official methodology for computing ambient water quality in Management Zones of the Santa Ana Region. 2 All wells must be sampled for the list of analytes contained in Table 3 -1 of the San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring Network Development Workplan (Wildermuth Environmental, Inc, October 2008). Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity... August 2, 2010 Mr. Dillon and Mr. Zoba Page 3 of 3 Fee Estimate and Cost Sharing As equally responsible parties for the STMZ, as described by the Maximum Benefit commitments listed in Tables 5 -9a and 5 -10a of the Water Quality Control Plan for the Santa Ana River Basin (Basin Plan), we recommend that the City and the YVWD commit to equally share in the cost of performing the Preliminary Assessment. A list of all wells to be included in the Preliminary Assessment, and thus the August 2010 sampling event, are listed in Table 1. Also included in Table 1 is the proposed assignment of parties responsible for sampling of each well in the STMZ. These assignments were made with respect to the location the wells relative to each agency's wastewater treatment plant discharge location. The City has already budgeted for the cost of sampling their subset of STMZ wells as part of their Maximum Benefit Monitoring Program for Fiscal Year 2010/11 and the YVWD has indicated that their operations staff will perform the sampling of their subset of STMZ wells. Accordingly, the attached fee estimate was developed for WEI to perform steps 1.2 through 1.6 of Task 1 and Task 2 of the Preliminary Assessment scope of work outlined above. We estimate the cost to complete this scope of work to be $24,360, or $12,180 for each the City and the YVWD, as shown in detail in Table 2. Given the compliance schedule outlined above, we expect to be able to begin the Preliminary Assessment analysis as early as September 1, 2010. In order to begin this work and meet the strict October 30, 2010 completion deadline imposed by the Region Board, we will need contracts in place with both the City and the YVWD by early September. We appreciate the opportunity to assist the City and the YVWD with the Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity for TDS and Nitrogen in the STMZ. Please don't hesitate to call me, or Samantha Adams, at 949.420.3030 if you have any questions. We look forward to working with you on this important project. Sincerely, � -`^' Mark J. Wildermuth, PE Chairman Attachment Samantha S. Adams Senior Scientist Table 1 Assignment of Parties Responsible for Monitoring of Wells in the San Timoteo Management Zone Location .. • Sampling Owner Well 1 City of Beaumont Heartland Well 33.93675196 - 117.0338874 City of Beaumont transducer 2 City of Beaumont San Tim -1 33.96429 - 117.070897 City of Beaumont transducer requires well purging service 3 City of Beaumont San Tim -2B/1 33.956586 - 117.061965 City of Beaumont transducer requires well purging service 4 City of Beaumont San Tim -2B/2 33.956586 - 117.061965 City of Beaumont transducer requires well purging service 5 Fishermans' Retreat Well 2 33.97386186 - 117.092911 City of Beaumont current monthly contact owner for appointment water level well unable to sound may not be able to sample due to 6 Fishermans' Retreat Well 1 33.97461479 - 117.0988983 City of Beaumont for water level chlorinator attached to well now 7 El Casco Lake Ranch ONE 33.97638983 - 117.1047814 City of Beaumont current monthly water level well contact owner for appointment 8 Chester Hildebrand 1003049 33.9793942 - 117.1174345 City of Beaumont current monthly WQ sample not possible water level well current monthly no pump in well; have tubing for low 9 Metropolitan Water District BH -19 33.98314824 - 117.1267757 City of Beaumont water level well flow sample or purging 10 Henry Schwenckert Well 1 33.97909359 - 117.131663 City of Beaumont current monthly water level well contact owner for appointment Yucaipa Valley 11 Yucaipa Valley Water District MW -4 33.98750578 - 117.1343898 Water District 12 Yucaipa Valley Water District MW -1 34.00398632 - 117.1606843 Yucaipa Valley Water District 13 Marty Wells Deep Well 34.004 - 117.164 Yucaipa Valley unable to sound contact owner for appointment Water District for water level Yucaipa Valley 14 Yucaipa Valley Water District MW -2 34.01433079 - 117.1794455 Water District 15 Unknown 1201605 34.01790852 - 117.1830398 Yucaipa Valley current monthly WQ sample not possible Water District water level well 16 Yucaipa Valley Water District MW -3 34.02353633 - 117.1976038 Yucaipa Valley Water District 17 Yucaipa Valley Water District (?) New Well data not yet data not yet Yucaipa Valley available available Water District 18 O. Hudson 1003044 34.00378578 - 117.1204596 Yucaipa Valley current monthly contact owner for appointment Water District water level well requires very small pump for 1.75 in. 19 Metropolitan Water District BH -9 34.00475611 - 117.1282589 Yucaipa Valley current monthly diameter casing (rental available Water District water level well from Equipco) Table 2 Work Breakdown Structure and Fee Estimate to Provide Professional Services for the Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity for TDS and Nitrogen in the San Timoteo Management Zone City of Beaumont and Yucaipa Valley Water District Notes: a Each agency will sample the wells listed in Ta ble 1 of the this proposal as part of their Maximum Benefit Monitoring field programs; thus no fee is needed for WEI under this proposal. b This line item is for coordination activities performed to date to ensure the City and the YVWD are prepared to meet Regional Board requirements and expectations, including coordination with Regional Board staff on compliance schedules and requirements, development of a proposed methodology for the Preliminary Assessment, and presentation of the methodology to the Regional Board and the BMPTF. a 9LCIEFkRtii}TH- 201008G2_STMZ AWq Cost Est ..a -.' 1 - California Regional Water Quality Control Board 4= NWSanta Ana Region 3737 Main Street, Suite 500, Riverside, California 92501 -3348 Linda S. Adams Phone (951) 782 -4130 • FAX (951) 781 -6288 Arnold Schwarzenegger $ecretaryjor wwwaterboards.ca.gov /santama Governor w. Environmental Protection July 27, 2010 Mr. Deepak Moorjani City Engineer City of Beaumont 550 East 6th Street Beaumont, CA 92223 Revised Schedule for San Timoteo Groundwater Management Zone Monitoring Well Installation and Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity Dear Mr. Moorjani: This letter is to approve the revised schedule for the groundwater monitoring well installation and completion by City of Beaumont submitted by your consultant, Wildermuth, Inc. (WEI). I am also approving a schedule for the preliminary assessment of assimilative capacity for TDS and nitrogen for San Timoteo Groundwater Management zone (San Timoteo MZ). The original San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring Network Development Workplan ( Workplan), which included a Workplan Implementation Schedule, was approved by the Regional Board on April 24, 2009 (Resolution No. R8- 2009 - 0034). That schedule needs to be revised for several reasons. First, the Regional Board approved the schedule in April 2009, instead of January 2009 as indicated in the Workplan. Second, WEI informed my staff that there were delays in securing the property and necessary permits for the well sites. In addition, artesian conditions were encountered at one of the well sites and the original borehole had to be abandoned for safety concerns; a new borehole had to be drilled at a nearby location. On May 10, 2010, Regional Board staff gave approval for proceeding with the new well, and on May 13, 2010, WEI, submitted to Board staff, a revised schedule. On February 22, 2010, WEI on behalf of the City of Beaumont, Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD — who, pursuant to the Maximum Benefit commitments, is also responsible for determining ambient quality in the San Timoteo MZ) and Regional Board staff met to discuss the location of the new monitoring wells, the schedule for well installation, and the schedule for a preliminary assessment of assimilative capacity of San Timoteo MZ ahead of the schedule of the ambient water quality computation to be conducted by the Basin Monitoring Program Task Force. All parties also agreed to develop an offset plan should the preliminary assessment show there is no assimilative capacity for nitrogen and /or TDS in the San Timoteo MZ. The offset plan, if needed, is to be developed by the City of Beaumont and YVWD after the preliminary ambient quality calculation is complete. Concurrent with the revisions to the City of Beaumont well installation effort, YVWD has also revised their well completion schedule due to failure to implement the approved Workplan. While my staff has given oral approval for the proposed revised schedules for both the City of California Environmental Protection Agency • Recycled Paper Mr. Moorjani - 2 - July 27, 2010 Beaumont and YVWD, I want to make sure that the revised schedules proposed by both agencies are consistent and that sufficient data are collected in a timely manner to allow for the preliminary ambient water quality assessment to proceed. We have also sent YVWD staff a letter with the same revised schedule shown below. Task Completion Date Monitoring Well Completion (including well July 31, 2010 logs for the private well) Completion Report Due August 31, 2010 Water Sampling and Data Analysis August 31, 2010 Completion Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative October 30, 2010 Capacity for TDS and Nitrogen in San Timoteo MZ Submittal of an offset plan (if needed) December 30, 2010 Should you have any questions, please feel contact me at 951- 782 -3286 or you may contact my staff, Dr. Cindy Li, Engineering Geologist, at 951- 782 -4906, cli @waterboards.ca.gov. Sincerely, Y-j \,/ rf)� Kurt V. Berchtold Executive Officer cc: Joe Zoba, Yucaipa Valley Water District, izobaCc�vvwd.dst.ca.us Samantha Adams, Wildermuth Environmental, Inc., sademstMwild2rmuthenvironmental.com California Environmental Protection Agency �� Recycled Paper California Regional Water Quality Control Board LQ %ow Santa Ana Region 3737 Main Street, Suite 500, Riverside, California 92501 -3348 Linda S. Adams Phone (951) 782-4130 • FAX (951) 781 -6288 Arnold Schwanenegger Secreta w. ryfor wwwaterboards.cagov /swn is Governor Environmental Protection July 27, 2010 Mr. Joe Zoba General Manager Yucaipa Valley Water District 12770 Second Street Yucaipa, CA 92399 Revised Schedule for San Timoteo Groundwater Management Zone Monitoring Well Installation and Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative Capacity Dear Mr. Zoba: This letter is to approve the proposed revised schedule for the groundwater monitoring well installation and completion by Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD) and preliminary assessment of assimilative capacity for TDS and nitrogen for the San Timoteo Groundwater Management Zone (San Timoteo MZ). The original San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring Network Development Workplan ( Workplan), which included a Workplan Implementation Schedule, was approved by the Regional Board on April 24, 2009 (Resolution No. R8- 2009 - 0034). That schedule needs to be revised for several reasons. First, the Regional Board approved the schedule in April 2009, instead of January 2009 as indicated in the Workplan. Second, YVWD originally drilled four shallow wells in December 2009, a deviation from the approved Workplan that was not reviewed or approved by the Regional Board. Upon learning of the deviation from the Workplan and that four shallow wells were installed instead of deeper wells, my staff informed you that this was unacceptable and requested the installation of two deep wells. YVWD staff agreed to drill one deep well and proposed the use of a newly discovered private well that is believed to extend to 400 feet in depth. My staff agreed to consider the substitution of the existing private well, provided that the well log was obtained to allow determination of the geology and the well screen interval(s). The well log should be submitted to our office no later than August 6. 2010. If the well log information demonstrates that the screened interval is not appropriate for evaluating ambient groundwater quality, Regional Board staff may require that an additional well be installed. On February 22, 2010, YVWD staff, the consultant for the City of Beaumont (who, pursuant to the Maximum Benefit commitments, is also responsible for determining ambient quality in the San Timoteo MZ) and Regional Board staff met to discuss the location of the new monitoring wells, the schedule for well installation, and the schedule for a preliminary assessment of assimilative capacity of San Timoteo MZ ahead of the schedule of the ambient water quality computation to be conducted by the Basin Monitoring Program Task Force. YVWD proposed 1) the installation of the new deep monitoring well toward the western end of the San Timoteo MZ by the end of July 2010, and 2) the submittal of the well completion report to the Regional Board by August 31, 2010. All parties also agreed to develop an offset plan should the preliminary California Environmental Protection Agency Ott 0 Recycled Paper Mr. Zoba - 2 - July 27, 2010 assessment show there is no assimilative capacity for nitrogen and /or TDS in the San Timoteo MZ. The offset plan, if needed, is to be developed by YVWD and the City of Beaumont after the preliminary ambient quality calculation is complete. Concurrent with the YVWD effort, the City of Beaumont has requested revision of their well completion schedule due to delays in securing access to well sites, and technical difficulties in one of the well sites. My staff has given oral approval for the proposed new schedule; however, I want to make sure that the revised schedules proposed by both YVWD and the City of Beaumont are consistent and that sufficient data are collected in a timely manner to allow for the preliminary ambient water quality assessment to proceed. We have also sent City of Beaumont staff a letter with the same revised schedule shown below. Task Completion Date Monitoring Well Completion (including well July 31, 2010 logs for the private well) Completion Report Due August 31, 2010 Water Sampling and Data Analysis August 31, 2010 Completion Preliminary Assessment of Assimilative October 30, 2010 Capacity for TDS and Nitrogen in San Timoteo MZ Submittal of an offset plan (if needed) December 30, 2010 Should you have any questions, please feel contact me at 951 - 782 -3286 or you may contact my staff, Dr. Cindy Li, Engineering Geologist, at 951 - 782 -4906, cli _waterboard&ca.gov. Sincerely, Kurt V. Berchtold Executive Officer cc: Mr. Deepak Moodani, City of Beaumont, dmooriani Qci.beaumont.cp.us California Environmental Protection Agency 77 Recycled Paper STAFFREPORT Agenda Item .J - r11 TO: Mayor and Council Members FROM: Public Works Department DATE: August 17, 2010 SUBJECT: Task Order for Preliminary Assimilative Capacity Assessment for the San Timoteo Management Zone Background and Analysis: The proposed Task Order would authorize Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. to complete a preliminary assessment of "assimilative capacity" in the San Timoteo Management Zone for the State Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Board) as part of the City's "maximum benefit" obligations which are included in the City's permit to operate its wastewater treatment plant. The assessment will help the City and the Regional Board determine how much total dissolved solids such as salt and nitrogen are in the San Timoteo groundwater basin and how much more can be added before the maximum limits established by the Regional Board are exceeded. The Regional Board established the water quality limits and the "maximum benefit" obligations in the Water Quality Control Plan for the Santa Ana River Basin (Basin Plan)and in the City's permit to operate its wastewater treatment plant. Compliance with "maximum benefit" obligations saves the City tens of millions of dollars which would otherwise be required to comply with "anti- degradation" requirements set forth in the permit and the Basin Plan. The estimated cost of the professional services to complete the assessment for the Regional Board is $12,180.00. Recommendation: Staff recommends APPROVAL of Task Order No. 4 with Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. and the Project Progress Report, and AUTHORIZATION of the Mayor to execute the Task Order and Project Progress Report subject to the authority of the City Attorney to make non- substantive changes. CITY O Eanii AX n C. K s City Manager CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT Fund Source: Wastewater Enterprise Funds Contract September 1, 2009 Date: Const. Budget: N/A A &E Budget: $12,180.00 Project Name: Assimilative Capacity Assessment for the San Timoteo Management Zone Contractors: Wildermuth Environmental Subcontractors: See approved CIP Contractor List Project Start Date: February 2010 Report Period: August 2010 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared proposal for professional services. Problems or Delays During Report Period: No problems or delays. Change Orders: No change orders. Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Authorize the City Manager and qualified contractors to implement Task Order No. 4. Report Approved by: Mayor's Signature Date of City Council Approval September 14, 2010 city of Beaumont 550 E. 6r1i Srr eCt Bemrmolir, CA 9222 (951) 769-8520 FAX (951) 76.9 -8526 Email: cirYIitlllC ')ci.bcillliiiollt.cil.I►s 1411vim.cOwa n moll t,c (a. us Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. 23692 Bircher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 RE: Task Order No. 4 To whom it may concern: Enclosed please find one fully executed original copy of the above referenced task order which was approved at the regular city council meeting of August 17, 2010 for your files. Sincerely, Shelby Ha ey Deputy Ci le Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority Beaumont Charitable Foundation Beaumont Conservation Authority 550 E. 6t' Street, Beaumont, California Workshop (4:00 p.m.) Closed Session (5:00 p.m.) Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, August 17, 2010 "Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk's office at 550 E. 6"' Street during normal business hours" WORKSHOP Workshop to begin at 4:00 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Council Member Gall, and Council Member St.Martin were present. Mayor Pro Tern Berg and Council Member Fox was excused. 1) Support our Troops Ranch — Presentation CLOSED SESSION No reportable action was taken. Closed Session to begin at 5:00 p.m. Place: City Manager Conference Room Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tem Berg, Council Member Gall, and Council Member St.Martin were present. Council Member Fox was excused. a. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6, Conference with Labor Negotiator — City Negotiator as Personnel Director Alan Kapanicas Employee Organizations and Staffing b. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator C. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a) - Anticipated Litigation — Conference with Legal Counsel — Existing Litigation(Government Code 54956.9) 1. Peters vs. City — Case No. RIC 467388 2. Western Riverside Council of Governments vs City of Beaumont RIC 536164 3. Coronado vs. City RIC 10001628 & RIC 516461 4. Moore vs. City RIC 540267 5. Cashmer vs. RIC 541427 REGULAR SESSION Regular Session began at 6:05 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tern Berg, Council Member Gall, and Council Member St. Martin were present. Council Member Fox was excused. Invocation: Marc Stamper — New Creations Pledge of Allegiance: Jake Gregg Presentation: Beaumont and Banning Scramble Mt. San Jacinto College Presentation Adjustments to Agenda: Continue Item 4.b — Ordinance No. 972 to the Regular City Council Meeting of September 21, 2010. ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Dick Meinhdd — Year of Mark Twain Ann Connors — Elm Avenue Michael Ostermann — Development, Landscaping, Taxes Rick Roark — Weeds and landscaping in Fairway Canyon Chad Scott — CFD Bond in Fairway Canyon Adam Wagner — Street Sweeping Judy Bingham — Urban Logic Consultants Nancy Hall - Urban Logic Consultants 1. COUNCIL REPORTS (This is the portion of the agenda where the city council will present updates on city actions taken, committee assignments, and training and travel) a) Mayor De Forge — Updates on Valdivia Family Reunion, MDA Rummage Sale, Market Night, Movies in the Park, Concerts in the Park, Morongo Fundraiser, National Night Out b) Mayor Pro Tern Berg — Nothing new to report with RCTC, would like to look into setting up a task force on roads C) Council Member Fox — Absent/Excused d) Council Member Gall — Traffic on 60, weeds in San Timoteo, P Street Roads. e) Council Member St.Martin — Update on Market Night, Tip a COP, Concerts in the Park 2. CITY MANAGER REPORTS (City of Beaumont Core Values: Treat everyone right; Keep a customer service focus; Effective communication; Present opportunity; operate like a great business; Eliminate bureaucratic solutions; Embrace posltive change) a. Community Information and Local Project Update 1) Sustainability Update a) Summer Concerts in the Park Series b) Potrero Blvd Bypass C) Golf Access Program Update d) Golf Cart Plan Update e) Cherry Bowl Junior Tournament 2) Financial Update a) Sales Tax Update b) HDL Consensus Forecast — July 2010 C) Financial update — June 2010 (year -end) 3) Project Update a) Beaumont Cares 1) Citizens Academy — Community Ice Cream Social Open House 2) The RIGHT Way to School — signs and locations b) Signs 1) Caltrans expected to do study of 1 -10 Routes 2) Election Signs — September 17, 2010 through November 12, 2010 c) School Sewer Update and Action 4) Introductions of New Employees and Promotions a) Fire Marshal b) Grounds Maintenance C) PD (Commander, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Dispatchers) b. Calendar of Events 1) August 23, 2010 - 1st Day of School — Beaumont Unified 2) August 27, 2010 — Annual Lt. Acosta Memorial Golf Tournament 3) September 6, 2010 — Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon 4) September 11, 2010 — United Way Day of Caring 5) September 15 — 17, 2010 - League of CA Cities Annual Conference 6) September 17, 2010 —1 st day for Political Signs 7) September 24, 2010 — Ice Cream Social 5:30 p.m. Beaumont Civic Center 8) Second and Third Wednesday of Each Month — Story Time Caf6 C. Rumor Control, and Report on Oral and Written Communications 3. CONSENT CALENDAR (This portion of the Agenda is for items that do not require a public hearing or discussion.) a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting July 6, 2010 C. Approval of the Warrant List for August 17, 2010 d. Approval of the Cherry Valley Blvd. /Palmer Extension e. Approval of the Water and Energy Conservation Agreement with Pardee Homes f. Authorize Withdraw from Participation in the San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority g. Approval of Fee Waiver for the Beaumont Spirit Run h. Denial of Claim — Robert Hahn i. Denial of Claim — Linda Williams j. Denial of Claim — Jimmie Dean Williams k. Approval of Withdraw from WRCOG I. Exoneration of Bonds — Marathon Land & Cattle — 06 -PP -15 — 5 acres located on 2"d Street, 3rd Street, Palm Avenue, and Chestnut. M. Approval of Task Order for Preliminary Assimilative Capacity Assessment for the San Timoteo Management Zone. n. Ratification of the Temporary Agreement with Tule Ranch /Magan Farms and Authorize the Mayor to execute subject to the authority of the City Attorney to make non - substantive changes. o. Approval of Sanitary Sewer Management Plan (SSMP). p. Authorize Request for Proposals and Ratify Temporary Service Agreement for Wastewater Operations Maintenance and Management. Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Speakers: Judy Bingham — Comments on Items 3.f, k, n, o, p Adam Wagner — Comments Item 3.d Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member St.Martin to approve the Consent Calendar as presented. Vote: 4/0 4. ACTION ITEMS /PUBLIC HEARING /REQUESTS (This portion of the Agenda is for items that require a public hearing, discussion, and/or Council direction.) a. Ordinance No. 971 — An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Adding Chapter 5.70 to the Beaumont Municipal Code Entitled "Medical Marijuana Regulations" Recommendation: Take Testimony, Close Public Hearing and Continue item off calendar to be re- advertised at a later date. (Continued from July 6, 2010) Staff report was given by Joe Aklufi, City Attorney Speakers: Robert Christopherson- Opposed to having any type of Medical Marijuana Blair Ball - Opposed to Medical Marijuana establishments Marshall Cammack- Opposed to Medical Marijuana establishments Nancy Hall - Opposed to Medical Marijuana establishments Closed the Public Hearing 9:13 p.m. Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member St. Martin to deny Ordinance No. 971 and direct staff to follow through with Code Enforcement Actions. Vote: 3/1 (Council Member Gall voted no on the denial). b. Ordinance No. 972 — An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California Requiring Payment of Development Impact Fees for Recycled Water Facilities, Appointing Time and Place of a Public Meeting and of a Public Hearing and Directing Notice Thereof, Describing the Proposed Boundaries of Benefit Area. Recommendation: Hold a Public Hearing; Approve the first reading of Ordinance No. 972; and Authorize the Mayor to execute the Project Progress Report. Open Public Hearing 9:27 p.m. Judy Bingham - Opposed John Halliwill - Neutral No action taken. Public Hearing will be continued to September 21, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. C. Soils Excavation Agreement for the Beaumont Industrial Park and Negative Declaration No. 10 -ND -07 Recommendation: 1) Hold a Public Hearing; 2) Adopt Negative Declaration No. 10 -ND- 07; 3) Approve the Soils Excavation Agreement and Project Progress Report between the City and Canyon Ridge Contractors; and 4) Authorize the Mayor to execute the Agreement and Project Progress Report. Staff report was given by Chris Tracy, Staff Planner. Open Public Hearing 9:40 p.m. Judy Bingham - Opposed Closed Public Hearing 9:42 p.m. Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member St.Martin to Adopt Negative Declaration No. 10- ND -07, Approve the Soils Excavation Agreement and Project Progress Report between the City of Beaumont and Canyon Ridge Contractors, and Authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement and project progress report. Vote: 410 Adjournment of the City uncil Meeting at 9:42 p.m. Resp y Su i , Alan K ani City M ag CITY OF BEAUMONT INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR'S TASK ORDER ASSIMILATIVE CAPACITY ASSESSMENT FOR THE BEAUMONT MANAGEMENT ZONE TASK ORDER NO.: 5 CONTRACTOR: Name: Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. Address: Telephone: Fax: E -mail: Fed. Tax Id.: 23692 Bircher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 949 - 420 -3030 949 - 600 -7525 mwildermuth@wildermuthenvironmental.com 33- 0793178 � C) � - THIS TASK ORDER is issued pursuant to that certain Agreement for Services by Independent Contractor between CITY OF BEAUMONT ( "OWNER ") and WILDERMUTH ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. ( "CONTRACTOR ") dated September 1, 2009 (the "AGREEMENT "). 1. Task to be Performed. CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, materials and equipment to perform the following task (check one): Description of Task: Perform services described in accordance with attached Exhibit A, together with general engineering services as directed by the City Manger. 2. Time of Performance. Time is of the essence. Therefore, CONTRACTOR shall begin work within 5 days of the date this Task Order is signed by the OWNER and shall complete performance of such services by or before December 1, 2010. 3. Liaison of OWNER. The City Manager shall serve as liaison between OWNER and CONTRACTOR. 4. Staff Assi ne ments. CONTRACTOR will assign the following staff personnel to perform the services required by this Task Order: Mark Wildermuth and Samantha Adams. 5. Deliverables. CONTRACTOR shall deliver to OWNER those certain deliverables as set forth on attached Exhibit "A." 6. Compensation. For all services rendered by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Task Order, CONTRACTOR shall receive a total not -to- exceed sum of $35,000.00 based on a time and material, not to exceed basis. 7. Reimbursable Expenses. In addition to the compensation provided for in Paragraph 6 above, CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to reimbursement for expenses. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Task Order on the date indicated below. Dated: I 5— 1 V Dated: 9- ,-S -ec) ( U CITY OF BEAUMONT By Mayor CONTRACTOR: B Y M"U��6L Print Name 43NC L\' Title WILDERMUTH' ENVIRONMENTAL INC. September 8, 2010 City of Beaumont Attention: David Dillon Director of Economic Development 550 East 6th Street Beaumont, CA 92223 Subject: Proposal to Provide Professional Services to Prepare an Updated Antidegradation Analysis and Assessment of Salt Liabilities in the Beaumont Management Zone Dear Mr. Dillon: The purpose of this letter is to present you with a proposal to update the total dissolved solids (TDS) and nitrate concentration projections, also known as an antidegradation analysis, for the Beaumont Management Zone (BMZ). The first TDS and nitrate projections for the BMZ were prepared in 2002 by the City of Beaumont (City) and the San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority (STWMA) in support of their successful proposal to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Board) to obtain Maximum Benefit Objectives in the BMZ. The BMZ projections were subsequently updated in July 2009 as part of the City's Waste Discharge permit amendment to include two new points of discharge from Beaumont Wastewater Treatment Plant No. 1 (R8- 2009- 0002). Currently, the City is working with the Regional Board to renew and update their waste discharge permit to allow for up to eight million gallons per day (mgd) of discharge. Prior to approving the permit, the Regional Board has required that the City prepare updated TDS and nitrate projections to reflect current (2010) planning conditions in the BMZ. In addition to the TDS and nitrate projections, we also propose to prepare an assessment of salt liabilities in the BMZ. The goals of the proposed analyses are to provide the City with the tools (i) to assist the Regional Board in updating the Basin Plan to ensure that the Maximum Benefit commitments (and other regulatory requirements) in the BMZ continue to be met and (ii) to develop an equitable strategy for the distribution of salt liabilities for which the City is ultimately responsible for mitigating pursuant to the Maximum Benefit commitments listed in the Basin Plan. Scope of Work for Updating the N /TDS Projections The following is a summary of the scope of work for preparing the proposed antidegradation analysis and salt liability assessment. Task 1: Prepare N/TDS Projections for the Beaumont Management Zone. The objective of this task is to update the existing Constantly Stirred Reactor Model (CSRM) with current planning data to create 30 -year TDS and nitrate projections for the BMZ. The deliverable for this task will be a letter report containing the results. A draft of the letter report will be submitted to the City for review and comment. And, the final letter report will be presented to the Regional Board in support of the City's pending waste discharge permit renewal and amendment. The subtasks for 23692 Birtcher Drive, Lake Forest, CA 92630 Tel: 949,420,3030 Fax: 949.420.4040 www.wildermuthenvironmental.com Updated Antidegradation Analysis and Assessment of Salt Liabilities... August 12, 2010 Messrs. Lara and Dillon Page 2 of 2 this work include: 1.1 Collect updated planning data and prepare water supply plans for all agencies utilizing the BMZ 1.2 Update the Constantly Stirred Reactor Model 1.3 Analyze recycled water planning scenarios 1.4 Prepare a draft and final letter report of results for the City Task 2: Assessment of Salt Liabilities in the Beaumont Management Zone. The objective of this task is to use the results of the TDS and nitrate projections to calculate the salt liabilities of all City and non -City residents in the BCVWD service area. The deliverables for this task will include a short letter report that summarizes the results of the assessment and recommendations on using the data to develop a regional salt mitigation agreement for the BMZ. The subtasks for this work include: 2.1 Compute salt liabilities in the BMZ 2.2 Prepare draft and final letter report of results for the City Task 3: Meetings and Regulatory Support. The objectives of this task are twofold. The first is to conduct meetings with the City to develop planning scenarios and to review and discuss the results and draft reports developed for Tasks 1 and 2. The second is to provide regulatory support as you work with the Regional Board to obtain permits and to provide support in addressing any other regulatory issues that may arise from the antidegradation analysis. Fee Estimate and Schedule We estimate the cost to perform the antidegradation and salt liability analyses (Tasks 1 and 2) to be about $28,000. A minimum of $4,500 should be budgeted for Task 3; however, we recommend that you consider a budget of up to $7,000 to allow for contingencies related to regulatory support. Accordingly, we recommend a total budget of $35,000. We understand that obtaining your updated discharge permit with the Regional Board is a timely matter. We are ready to begin this work immediately and anticipate the completion of Tasks 1 and 2 within 45 working days. Please don't hesitate to call me or Samantha Adams at 949.420.3030 if you have any questions. We look forward to working with you on this important project. Sincerely, V C Mark J. Wildermuth, PE Chairman Samantha S. 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L =.C, ,Igft Table 2 Work Breakdown Structure and Fee Estimate to Proposal to Provide Professional Services to Prepare an Updated Antidegradation Analysis and Assessment of Salt Liabilities in the Beaumont Management Zone City of Beaumont, Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District Yucaipa Valley Water District 0"k" WILDERMUTH' 20100913_BMZ Antideg Cost Est_AIIParties.xls e N V 9 N O N. O. T. L$ NC, New California Regional Water Quality Control Board Santa Ana Region 3737 Main Street, Suite 500, Riverside, California 92501 -3348 Linda S. Adams Phone (951) 782 -4130 • FAX (951) 781 -6288 o TDD (951) 782 -3221 Arnold Schwarzenegger Secretaryfor www.waterboards.ca.govlsantaana Governor Environmental Protection September 13, 2010 Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District Attention: Anthony Lara Interim General Manager 560 Magnolia Avenue Beaumont, CA 92223 City of Beaumont Attention: David Dillon Director of Economic Development 550 East 6th Street Beaumont, CA 92223 Yucaipa Valley Water District Attention: Joe Zoba General Manager 12770 Second Street Yucaipa, CA 92399 CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED ORDER PURSUANT TO WATER CODE SECTION 13267 FOR TECHNICAL REPORTS FOR A TECHNICAL REPORT TO SUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MAXIMUM BENEFIT OBJECTIVES FOR TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS AND NITRATE NITROGEN IN THE BEAUMONT MANAGEMENT ZONE Gentlemen: This Order, issued pursuant to California Water Code section 13267, requires that you submit certain plans and schedules (collectively, reports) to evaluate the impact of discharges of total dissolved solids (TDS) and nitrogen on the Beaumont Groundwater Management Zone (Beaumont MZ). This requirement is consistent with the Salt Management Plan for the Santa Ana Region, and in particular the maximum benefit implementation plan for the Beaumont MZ, adopted by the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region (Regional Water Board) in 2004 (Resolution No. R8- 2004 -0001) and approved by the State Water Resources Control Board and the Office of Administrative Law in 2005. Background of the Maximum Benefit Implementation Plan for the Beaumont MZ On June 26, 2002, the San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority ( STWMA') submitted a proposal to establish maximum benefit objectives for TDS and nitrate - nitrogen for the Beaumont MZ to accommodate water resource management projects, including the recharge of stormwater, ' The San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority ( STWMA) was formed in January 2001 by the Beaumont -Cherry Valley Water District (BCVWD), the City of Beaumont (Beaumont), the South Mesa Water Company and the Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD). The STWMA formed a stakeholder group to develop a watershed scale water resources management program that would provide a safe and reliable water supply for all water users in the watershed. In July 2010, STWMA disbanded. September 13, 2010 Page 2 of 5 WC Sec. 13267 Order re Beaumont MZ imported State Project Water (SPW), and recycled water. The maximum benefit objectives and commitments for Beaumont MZ were based on detailed model projections and analyses conducted by Wildermuth Environmental, Inc (WEI). The modeling analysis utilized a Constantly Stirred Reactor Model (CSRM), and simulated TDS groundwater quality through 2100 resulting from the implementation of several planned scenarios, including a no project aftemative and the preferred maximum benefit alternative. The preferred maximum benefit alternative assumes that 10,000 acre -ft of replenishment water will be recharged into the Beaumont MZ with a 50/50 mix of recycled water and SPW. The preferred option also assumed that 5,100 acre -ft of non - potable supply of a 50 /50 mix of SPW and recycled water would be used within the Beaumont MZ. The TDS quality of recycled water, to be provided by the City of Beaumont Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), was assumed to have an average TDS concentration of 550 mg /L, and the imported water was assumed to have a TDS concentration of 290 mg /L. The Regional Board adopted the maximum benefit proposals in 2004 (Resolution No. R8 -2004- 0001), assigning STWMA and the City of Beaumont the responsibility for implementing the maximum benefit commitments in the Beaumont MZ. The commitments include building desalting facilities when either of the following occurs: • When the five -year average TDS concentration in recycled water produced by the Beaumont WWTP is 10 mg /L less than its current TDS limit (490 mg /L), or • When the volume- weighted TDS concentration in the Beaumont MZ rises to within 10 mg /L of the maximum benefit TDS objective of 330 mg /L. Resolution No. R8 -2004 -0001 also specifies similar maximum benefit implementation programs for the Yucaipa and San Timoteo MZs. Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD) is responsible for implementation of the maximum benefit commitments for the Yucaipa MZ, and is jointly responsible for implementing the maximum benefit commitments for the San Timoteo MZ along with the City of Beaumont and STWMA. Permittina Issues Since 2009, the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District (BCVWD) has been working with Regional Board staff to obtain a recycled water permit to utilize various sources of water for non - potable use and for recharge in the Beaumont MZ. BCVWD is proposing to use recycled water from both the Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD) and the City of Beaumont, local groundwater, and imported SWP water. The ranges of anticipated flow and water quality for the YVWD recycled water and local groundwater for the near term (2015) and long term (2035), are described in a June 2, 2010 letter report submitted by BCVWD, which is attached as Exhibit A. These "new" sources of water — the YVWD recycled water and local groundwater —were not considered in the original model projections and analyses conducted by WEI in 2002. Therefore, the water quality impact of these "new" sources on the Beaumont MZ is unknown. The City of Beaumont is also working with Regional Board staff to renew and update their Waste Discharge Requirements (WDRs) to increase the discharge from 4 MGD (approximately 4,484 acre - ft/year) to 8 MGD (8,968 acre - ft/year). Concurrently, YVWD has requested revisions to their WDRs to correct an error in the TDS limit for recycled water used for irrigation, and to include a provision allowing for the recharge of recycled water into the Beaumont MZ. YVWD's proposed irrigation use and recharge of recycled water in the Beaumont MZ was not considered in the original analysis by WEI, and the impact of these discharges needs to be evaluated. September 13, 2010 WC Sec. 13267 Order re Beaumont MZ Basin Plan Amendment Issues Page 3of5 As previously indicated, the Basin Plan specifies that STWMA and the City of Beaumont are responsible for implementing the maximum benefit commitments related to the Beaumont MZ. However, with the dissolution of STWMA, the responsibilities for carrying out the maximum benefit commitments in the Beaumont MZ need to be re- assessed. Some STWMA members, including BCVWD, the City of Beaumont and YVWD, continue to have and /or have expressed new interest in water management activities, including the use /increased use of recycled water, in the Beaumont MZ. Given this, it is necessary to reconsider the assigned responsibilities for implementing maximum benefit commitments for the Beaumont MZ. One STWMA member, South Mesa Water Company, has no interest in the Beaumont MZ, and should not be included in the maximum benefit program. In sum, the Basin Plan needs to be revised to incorporate changes in water resource and salt management, and maximum benefit implementation in the Beaumont MZ. To do so, an updated modeling analysis is necessary. It should be noted that this analysis is necessary in any case to support current permitting requests, described above. The analysis must include an assessment of salt liabilities by these agencies under the different management scenarios so that the responsibilities for maximum benefit implementation can be properly assigned. Required Submittals Consistent with the Salt Management Plan, you are hereby required to submit an updated analysis for the Beaumont MZ to the Regional Water Board as soon as possible, but no later than November 30, 2010. The analysis must include the following: 1) Updated planning information for the use of all sources of water by each agency in the Beaumont MZ. This updated information shall include flow, quality, and recharge or use location; 2) An update of the CSRM model to create 30 -year TDS and nitrogen projections for the . Beaumont MZ based on the full range of recycled water planning scenarios that are being considered; and 3) An assessment of the individual and cumulative water quality impact as a result of each agency's water management activities and calculation of the salt liability of all recycled water users in Beaumont MZ The model analysis that is conducted must be consistent with the model analysis that was performed as part of the 2002 maximum benefit proposal. We recommend that BCVWD, YVWD and the City of Beaumont conduct a single joint analysis. However, if each agency chooses to submit a separate analysis, it must include an assessment of all planned water uses by all agencies and include all the elements identified above. Need for Technical Report The Regional Water Board is charged with the protection of water quality in this Region. Unless properly managed, the discharge of salt or nitrogen as a result of water management activities in Beaumont MZ has the potential to contribute to the degradation of water quality and adversely affect beneficial uses. The technical report required by this Order is needed to determine the contribution of September 13, 2010 Page 4 of 5 WC Sec. 13267 Order re Beaumont MZ salt and nitrogen from water use and water resource management activities. The data and information will assist efforts to carry out implementation of the maximum benefit program, as set forth in the Basin Plan, in the Beaumont MZ. Evidence Supportinq the Need for the Technical Reports Monitoring and modeling conducted to develop the maximum benefit programs demonstrated that water management activities (e.g., irrigation use and recharge of recycled water) discharge salt and nitrogen to the Beaumont MZ. The evidence demonstrating that water management activities are sources of salt and nitrogen discharges is contained in letter report from STWMA "Revised San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority proposal for'new total dissolved solids (TDS) and total inorganic nitrogen (TIN) water quality objectives for the Beaumont, San Timoteo, and Yucaipa management zones based on maximum beneficial use ", and Exhibit A - TDS Budget Table, June 2002, and a letter report from BCVWD "Estimated Recycled Water and Imported Water Needs to Support Groundwater Quality Evaluation ", June 2010. Based on these analyses, the three agencies have discharged, or are planning discharges that do and could potentially contribute salt and nitrogen loads in Beaumont MZ. Burden and Cost of Technical Reports The estimated cost of a single joint analysis is $36,000 (as reflected in the proposal to BCVWD and the City of Beaumont by WEI dated August 12, 2010). The three agencies can choose to share the cost of a single analysis and report, or prepare separate analyses and reports on their own. Logically, the cost of three separate analyses and reports will be higher. Since the analysis requires data and information from all three agencies, if the analysis is conducted separately for each agency, Regional Board staff estimates the total cost could potentially be $36,000 per agency for a total of $108,000. Regardless of whether a single or combined analytical approach is selected, the costs of the technical reports required by this Order are justified. Without this information, we will not be able issue WDRs in a timely fashion. The preparation of the above report is also necessary to provide for continued implementation of the maximum benefit objectives for the Beaumont Management Zone. Penalties Though we are confident you will make every effort to comply with this Order in a timely manner, please be advised that pursuant to section 13268 of the California Water Code, failure to submit the required information by the specified compliance date, or falsifying any information provided therein, is a misdemeanor and may result in civil liability. Noncompliance may subject you to administrative civil liability in the amount of up to $1,000 for each day of violation. Compliance with this Order is not a substitute for compliance with other applicable laws and does not preclude action to enforce compliance with such other laws. Appeal Any person affected by this action of the Regional Water Board may petition the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) to review the action in accordance with section 13320 of the California Water Code and Title 23, California Code of Regulations, section 2050. The petition must be received by the State Water Board within 30 days of the date of this Order. The State Board's website ( http'// www. swrcb .ca.ciov /wcipetitions /index.htmi) contains detailed information regarding the petition process. Copies of the law and regulations applicable to filing petitions will be provided upon request. In addition to filing a petition with the State Water Board, any person affected September 13, 2010 WC Sec. 13267 Order re Beaumont MZ Page 5 of 5 by this Order may request the Regional Water Board to reconsider this Order. To be timely, such a request must be received within 30 days of the date of this Order. Note that even if reconsideration by the Regional Water Board is sought, filing a timely petition with the State Water Board is also necessary to preserve the petitioner's legal rights. If you choose to request reconsideration of this Order or file a petition with the State Water Board, be advised that you must comply with the Order while your request for reconsideration and /or petition is being considered. If you have any questions regarding the Order, or wish to schedule a meeting to discuss, please contact, Dr. Cindy Li, Engineering Geologist, at (951) 782 -4906 or cli _waterboards.ca.gov. Sincerely, Joanne E. Schneider Division Chief cc: Regional Board David Rice, Office of Chief Counsel, SWRCB, DavidRiceCa-)waterboards.ca.gov Attachment: Exhibit A - Estimate of Recycled Water and Imported Water Needs in support of Groundwater Quality Evaluation for Cherry Valley Water District Recycled Water Permit ESTIMATE OF RECYCLED WATER AND IMPORTED WATER NEEDS IN SUPPORT OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY EVALUATION FOR BEAUMONT CHERRY VALLEY WATER DISTRICT RECYCLED WATER USE PERMIT June, 2010 Preparod by: BEAUMONT CHERRY VALLEY WATER DISTRICT 660 Magnolia Avenue Beaumont, CA 8223 (961) -845 -8681 Background and Purpose This report provides information on the projected quantity of recycled water and the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and Total Inorganic Nitrogen (TIN) in recycled water proposed for use by the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District ( BCVWD) in the Beaumont Basin. Also included is an estimate of the amoun of imported water to be either used or recharged into the Beaumont Management Zone. This report is written to support the groundwater modeling and recycled water permitting process needed to implement recycled water use in the Beaumont Basin. There are potentially three sources of recycled water available for use by BCVWD: • City of Beaumont Treatment Plant No. 1 (Beaumont) • Yucaipa Valley Water District (YVWD) Wochholz Water Reclamation Plant • City of Banning Treatment Plant (Banning) At this time and for the near future only the City of Beaumont and the Yucaipa Valley sources will be used. BCVWD's first use will be for landscape irrigation. Currently BCVWD has over 30 miles of backbone non - potable water system in place which is supplemented by an extensive network of smaller distribution lines installed by developers as part of the tract development that has occurred since about 2002. The system includes a 2 million gallon recycled (non - potable) water reservoir, nearing completion of construction at the present time (2010). There are 300 existing landscape connections to the recycled water system receiving 2287 acre -ft of water (2009 total). The existing recycled water system is currently pressurized with potable water through 5 interconnections between the potable and non-potable water system. During the time when the demand for recycled water for landscape irrigation is less than the supply available, BCVWD anticipates recharging the surplus recycled water and imported surface water at the BCVWD's groundwater recharge facility at Beaumont Avenue between Brookside Ave. and Cherry Valley Blvd. BCVWD has been recharging imported State Project Water (SPW) at this site since 2006. As of December 2009, nearly 16,000 acwft of SPW have been recharged. (Geoscience, 2010).' Potable Wafter Demand The total amount of water pumped for use in BCVWD service area in 2009 was 12,764 acre -ft. This is expected to increase according to Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) and Western Riverside County Council of Governments (WRCOG) population projections to 18,400 acre-fttyear in 2015 and 28, 200 acre- ft/year in 2035. This is the total water demand — potable and non - potable. These projections assume a 20% reduction in per capita demand as required by 2020. ' Geoscience Support Services (Geoscience, 2010). Noble Creek Artificial Recharge Facility, Fourth Quarter 2009, Groundwater Monitoring Report, (October 1 to December 20, 2009), Geosctence, Claremont, CA, February 9, June 2010 Recycled Water Demand Table 1 shows the number of recycled water connections and the annual landscape water use for the years 2006 through 2009. The data for 2006 was estimated from the actual meter readings and was taken from the District's application for SRF Loan. The data for 2007 through 2009 were taken from the District's annual reports to the State Department of Water Resources, Public Wafter System Statistics. As can be seen in Table 1, there is a significant demand for recycled water currently existing. Peak summertime demands will be considerably grater. Table 1 Historical Water Use in Recycled Water System Year Total Connections Landscape Connections Landscape Water Use AFY 2008 12,589 156 '1'668 2007 13,836 245 2,119 2008 14.551 285 2,214 2009 15.019 300 2,287 To forecast future recycled water demands, an approach was used to link recycled water demand to growth in total connections. This approach is reasonable considering that new residential developments will include common areas, parks, playgrounds, school sites, and street medians, etc. which will use recycled water. Construction of the BCVWD recycled water system started in earnest about 2002 with the Ring Ranch development, Oak Valley Greens and others. Connections to the recycled water system were installed by developers as part of their residential and commercial projects. The method used to project the number of recycled water connections in the future (beyond 2009) was to base it on the ratio of the number of recycled water connections to the total water service connections. A baseline of 6291 connections (the 2002 total connections) was used as the starting pant. Tshim 9 nntA nn FYistina Recvcled Water Connections Table 2 indicates there are about 33 recycled water connections per every 1000 total new connections and each recycled water connection averages about 7.5 Acre- fVyear (AFY)water use. This information wiN be used to project recycled water use beyond 2009. Based the above data, the recycled water demands were projected out to the year 2035 and are presented In Table 3. The number of total connections was taken from projections made for the 2010 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) update and reflect estimates based on the Southern California Association of Government's (SCAG's) population forecasts for the Regional 2 June 2010 - - - - -- - -- -- - - - -- - - - - Landscape Connections/ Water Total Total Use/Landsc Landscape Connections Connections ape Total Landscape Water Use, less Baseline above Connection, Year Connections Connections AFY Connections baseline AFY 2006 12,589 156 1668 6 298 0.025 10.7 2007 13,835 245 2,119 7,644 0.032 8.6 2008 14,651 285 2,214 8 280 0.035 7.8 2009 16,019 300 2,287 8,728 0.034 7.6 Table 2 indicates there are about 33 recycled water connections per every 1000 total new connections and each recycled water connection averages about 7.5 Acre- fVyear (AFY)water use. This information wiN be used to project recycled water use beyond 2009. Based the above data, the recycled water demands were projected out to the year 2035 and are presented In Table 3. The number of total connections was taken from projections made for the 2010 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) update and reflect estimates based on the Southern California Association of Government's (SCAG's) population forecasts for the Regional 2 June 2010 Transportation Plan 2007. Table 3 shows that over the next 25 years, the landscape irrigation demand supplied by the recycled water system will increase 3 fold. Tabla 3 Recvcled Waiter Projections 2010 - 2035 Year Total Connections Total Connections above Baseline Landscape Connections, Landscape Irrigation Demands, AFY 2006 12.589 6.298 156. 1,668 . 2007 13,835 7 544 245 2,119 2008 14,551 8,260 285 2,214 2009 15,019 8 728 300 2,287 2010 16.220 8.929, 305 2,208 2015 19,396 13.105 432 .3 ,243 2020 22 803 16.512 545. 4.087 2025 27,354 21,063 695 6,213 2030 31,788 25,497 841 6.311 r--76—i7l 33.419 27,128 T 895 _6,714 It is important to recognize that the local golf course demands are not included in the above demands. The above demands are only for parks, playgrounds, schoolyard, street medians and common areas. The golf course demands would add to the above demands as follows: Highland Springs Golf Course 162 AFY Oak Valley Greens 742 AFY Southern California PGA 1,226 A Total Golf Courses 2,129 AFY The amount of water used by Highland Springs Golf Course was determined from District meter records; the water use by Oak Valley Greens and SCPGA was taken from Beaumont Basin Watermaster Reports of pumping. If all of the golf courses were served recycled water, the 2035 demand would approach 8,800 AFY or about 8 mgd. Recycled Water Supply and Sources City of Beaumont Table 4 shows the projected recycled water available from the City of IBeaumont's Wastewater Treatment. Plant No. 1. The population projections are based on SCAG's projections. The SCAG projections were consistent with the City of BeaUmont's March 20107 approved General Plan which indicated a build out population of 87,200 people. (Beaumont, 20072.) The wastewater flow was estimated using 80 gallons/person/day which is close to what is being experienced. To account for water conservation impacts and to avoid over - estilhating the wastewater flow for recycling, a per capita floor rate of 75 gallons/person/day was used for 2015 and beyond. The table shows maintenance of 1.8 mgd for environmental mitigation. This is based on the 2008 negotiation with the U.S. I City of Beaumont, (Beaumont, 2007). General Plan, Beaumont, CA, Approved March, pg 25. k] Fish and Wildlife Service. It is possible this could be reduced in the future which would make more recycled water available. Table 4 shows the available recycled water from the City of Beaumont could be up to 4490 AFY by the year 2035. Table 5 shows the shortfall in recycled water supply in the future considering only the Beaumont source. This shortfall would be even greater if the golf courses were Included. Table 4 City of Beaumont Recycled Water Availability Year Beaumont Population Wastewater Flow mad Environmental Mitigation Flow, rrad Available to be Recycled. Available to be Recycled, AFY 2000 11,407 0.91 2005 21,242 1.70 1,261 2015 1,767 2010 33,950 2.72 1.8 0.92 1,026 2015 46,029 3.38 1.8 1.56 1,767 2020 52,591 3.94 1.8 2.14 2,402 2025 63,660 4.77 1.8 2.97 3332 2030 74,686 5.60 1 1.8 3.80 4,259 2035 77,439 5.81 1 1.8 4.01 4.490 Table 5 Summary of Recycled Water Supply Land Demand from Citv of Beaumont's WWTP No. 1 Year Available to be R elect AFY Average Recycled Water Demand AFY Shortfall AFY 2000 2005 2010 1,026 2,288 1,261 2015 1,767 3.243 1,476 2020 2,402 4,087 1.684 2025 3,332 5,213 1 881 2030 4,259 6,311 2062 2035 4.490 6.714 2 224 Yucaipa Valley Water District A secondary supply of recycled water can be obtained from Yucaipa Valley Water District. The District, City of Banning and Yucaipa are in discussions to jointly construct a recycled water pipeline that would deliver recycled water to the intersection of Cherry Valley Blvd and 1 -10 with an extension to the District's Well 29 Site (Egg Ranch Well). At this location a small tank and booster pump would be installed to boost the recycled water from about El 2600 to the District's 2800 zone recycled water system. A pipeline, approximately 6500 ft long would be extended from the pump station to connect to the District's recycled water system in Brookside Avenue. Connecting to the recycled water system would allow the District to percolate any surplus recycled water Into the Beaumont Basin at the District's groundwater recharge facility. The District can use anywhere from 1.5 mgd to 2 mgd (1,200 to 2,200 AFY) from Yucaipa to supplement the supply of recycled water from the City of Beaumont to meet the shortfall in irrigation demands. If another 2 mgd (2,200 AFY) above that were 4 June 2010 available from Yucaipa, the District could also serve the golf courses. In the case of Oak Valley Greens and the SCPGA, the golf courses would exchange an equal volume of groundwater for the volume of recycled water received as stated in the Beaumont Basin Adjudication. Figure 1 presents a summary of the recycled water demand and supply which is based on receiving 2000 AFY from YVWD till 2025 and then 3000 AFY after 2025 Figure 1 Summary of Recycled Water Supply and Demand Imported water Supply Imported water from the East Branch Extension of the State Water Project is purchased by BCVWD from the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency for recharge. Imported water is discussed because it plays an important role in managing the groundwater basin quality. BCVWD is in the process of updating its UWMP and has developed some initial estimates of the amount of imported water which are presented in Table 6. it should be pointed out that the projected requirements for 2025 and beyond will necessitate the purchase of additional 'Table X entitlement or other water exchange arrangements. The total amounts in Table 6 represent estimates of the imported water brought into the Beaumont Basin by BCVWD. By far most, if not all, of the water will be recharged at the BCVWD Recharge Facility at Beaumont Ave. between Brookside Ave. and Cherry Valley 5 June 2010 Recycled Water Demand and Supply 10000 9000 8000 1 -�-- Demand 7000 -- - - - ---- .. —.__._ —_.._ _ _ . - - -- - } Q 6000 3 5000 - -- - - -- - - -- — - ... -- -- __ �. _..____ ....- - -_._ _. -o - City of Beaumont i Recycled Water Demand with Golf 4000 3000 2000 - - -- -... — - - - - -- - - - - - -. _� _ —_. -- - - - -- - - - - -_ . - - -�- Courses �- Yucaipa + �- Beaumont Supply 0 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 Years Figure 1 Summary of Recycled Water Supply and Demand Imported water Supply Imported water from the East Branch Extension of the State Water Project is purchased by BCVWD from the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency for recharge. Imported water is discussed because it plays an important role in managing the groundwater basin quality. BCVWD is in the process of updating its UWMP and has developed some initial estimates of the amount of imported water which are presented in Table 6. it should be pointed out that the projected requirements for 2025 and beyond will necessitate the purchase of additional 'Table X entitlement or other water exchange arrangements. The total amounts in Table 6 represent estimates of the imported water brought into the Beaumont Basin by BCVWD. By far most, if not all, of the water will be recharged at the BCVWD Recharge Facility at Beaumont Ave. between Brookside Ave. and Cherry Valley 5 June 2010 Blvd. Note that if more imported water were available, as in wet years, BCVWD may recharge more than the amounts. in Table S. Table 8 Summary of Imported State Project Water Supply Projected to be Recharged or to Augment the Recycled Water Supply Year Imported SPW, AFY 2000 2005 2010 4.800 2015 4.800 2020 4,800 2025 7,400 2030 9,200 2035 10,300 Other Local Supply Introduced into the Recycled Water System As part of BCVWD's program to maximize local water resources, there is some local groundwater that has high nitrate - nitrogen (nitrates) concentration that is no longer used for domestic consumption that could be captured and introduced into the recycled water system. The nitrates would be utilized by the landscaping providing a fertilizer benefit; the water would offset an equal volume of potable or imported water. Since there is a shortfall in recycled water to most the demand, using local water with high nitrates will offset the need the supplement the recycled water system with potable water. These water sources and projects are as follows: • Bonita Vista and Chevy Valley Mutual Wells. These wells used to serve potable water to the Bonita Vista Mutual and Cherry Valley Water Company customers in Chevy Valley until several years ago when excessive nitrates were detected in the water. These areas have been connected into the BCVWD potable water system and the wells have subsequently been inactivated. These wells are located west of Oak Glen Rd and north of Vineland Ave. as shown in Figure 2. BCVWD intends to evaluate these existing wells, rehabilitate them, install new pumping equipment and tie the wells into the recycled water system. • BCVWD RR -1. This well is located in lower Edgar Canyon (Little San Gorgonio Creek) and was drilled by BCVWD in the early 1990s. It is no longer producing significant quantities of water and the water that is produced has elevated nitrate levels. BCVWD intends to rehabilitate It install new pumping equipment and tie the well into the recycled water system. See Figure 3. • BCVWD Pollution Control Project. This is an extraction barrier consisting of a series of wells at the lower end of Little San Gorgonio Creek (Edgar Canyon). The intent is to intercept and extract high nitrate groundwater thereby preventing it from seeping into the Beaumont Groundwater Basin. This water would be introduced into the recycled water system. Refer to Figure 4. 6 June 2010 The estimated water supply from these sources is presented in Table 7. These quantities should only be considered to be rough estimates at this time. Detailed hydrogeologic work is still needed. Table 7 Summary of Other Local Water Supply Introduced into the Recycled Water System Year Bonita Vista & CV Mutual AFY BCVWD RRA AFY Pollution Control Pro ect, AFY 2000 2005 500 300 1.000 2010 500 300 1,000 2015 500 300 1,000 2020 500 300 1,000 2025 500 300 1,000 2030 500 300 1,000 2035 500 300 1,000 Figure 2 General Location of Bonita Vista and Chevy Valley Mutual Inactive Wells and pipeline to recycled water system 7 June 2010 �, s"' i1', . vim- ',mac •� � .� � A Ar zz - �r ♦' .y`; ,'' ✓fir �� . ' , •;+ ..1 A. iR Bonita �. ILA Water Quality Recycled Water Quality For the purposes of this report, the recycled water quality from the wastewater reclamation plants are assumed to comply with 6maximum benefit' discharge limits. Of importance for this study are the TDS and the TIN. City of Beaumont Recycled Water The effluent from the City of Beaumonrs Treatment Plant No.1 must meet the parameters in Table 8 of Regional Board Order RS- 2006 -0003: Table 8 Water Quality for City of Beaumont Treatment Plant No. 1 Recycled Water TDS 490 mg/L or water supply plus 250 mg /L whichever is less based on a 12- month running average 390 mg/L based on a 10 -year volume weighted rolling average of the comingled non - potable water supply TIN and recycled water T1N 6 m The TDS in the BCVWD water supply, taken from the 2006 through 2008 Consumer Confidence Reports averages about 250 mg/L. The TDS has been decreasing in recent years as high quality water from the newer and deeper wells provide a greater and greater amounts of flow. Based on 250 mg/L plus the water supply, the recycled water would be 500 mg/L; so the 490 mg/L controls. Over the years, it would be expected that the TDS of the water supply will increase as a result of the use of recycled water and other waters. It is conceivable the TDS of the water supply could increase to say 280 mg/L. This would result in a wastewater TDS of 530 mg/L in the long term. The effluent TIN would not change; in fact waste discharge requirements may lower it. YVWD Recycled Water The effluent from the YVWD Wochholz Reclamation Plant must meet the parameters in Table 9 per Regional Board Order R8 -2007 -0012: Table 9 Water Quality for YVWD Recycled Water TDS 390 mg/L based on a 10 -year volume weighted rolling average of the comingled non - potable water supply and recycled water in the landscape irrigation system (applies to Beaumont Basin TIN 6.7 m 9 June 2010 The TDS for YVWD is assumed to remain constant through the years since they are providing membrane treatment to remove salinity. Imported Water Quality Data from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California presented in Figure 5, shows the TDS in their imported water supplies from 1977 to 2007 — a 30 -year period. The TDS of the Sihrerwood Reservoir supply is identical to that received by the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency. During the high flow year of 1983 the TDS actually dipped below 100 mg/L; during the drought period of the early 1990s, TDS hovered over 400 mg/L. The last 6 or 7 years the TDS has been in the 200 to 300 mg/L range. The nitrate concentration (as nitrate) in the imported water for 2007 was 2.7 mg/L, (0.6 mg/L as TIN). This quality will vary from year to year but over the long term it is assumed the water quality will be similar to that experienced the last 6 to 7 years. a a wo . 750 ; 700 650 600 $60 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0, 1977 +�JarMn i hArA `6tv6MVW U*6 - --Lake Havasu 1919 1061 1983 1065 1967 1966 1901 1090 1995 1097 1999 2D01 2003 2005 2007 F7Xwv 3.1. Two/ Du ancvd .%A& b in Coal Branch . WP (.Silt em and label. Wes/ Brawh MVP f kwa+r MJlw al). and CRA aaAx l rtiou /• Figure 5 Quality of Imported Water Supply Other Local Water Supply So. Cal Pump and Well Service sampled Cherry Valley Water Company Well 01 in March 2010. The result is presented below. Data is not available from Bonita Vista Mutual Water Company, but since these wells are in close proximity to the Cherry Valley Water Company wells, it is assumed that the water quality will be similar. District Well RR -1 has not been operating, but data from samples taken in 1998 and 1999 are presented in Table 10. For the Pollution Control Project described above, it would be reasonable to expect the water quality to be similar to that in Table 10. 3 Metropolitan Water District of Southern Caldbmia (Metropolitan 2007) Annual Report 2007. Chapter 3. 10 June 2010 Table 10 Water Quality for Local Water Sources Water Source TDS, mg/L Nitrate as nitrate, Remarks mg/L BCVWD RR -1 370 24 to 27 From 1998 and 5.4 to 6.1 as TIN 1999 Bonita Vista MWC 310 22 (5.0 as TIN) Data Not Available; Assume similar to Cherry Valley WC Cherry Valley WC 310 22 (5.0 as TIN) Sampled 318/2010 P& So. Cal Pump Compliance with Maximum Benefit Requirements Order No. 118- 2006-0003 issued to the City of Beaumont established 'maximum benefir requirements which stated: • The 12 -month running average MS concentration of the recycled water shall not exceed 490 mg/L, and, • The 10 -year volume weighted rolling average TDS concentration of the commingled non - potable supply and recycled water shall not exceed 390 mg/L. As stated previously, 490 mg1L was used for the TDS of the City of Beaumont's recycled water in compliance with the above. The range and quality of the recycled and local water introduced into the recycled water system and the imported State Project Water recharged for blending purposes in the near term (2015) and long term (2035) are presented in Tables 11 and 12. Near Term In the near term, the TDS of the water in the recycled distribution system is estimated to be less than 410 mg/L with nitrate -N at about 6 mg/L. This is shown in Table 11. When this water is `blended" with imported State Project Water, the blended TDS is less than 350 mg/L and the nitrate -N is less than 4 mg/L. It should be noted that much of the nitrate -N will be utilized by the plantings which are irrigated. A study by UC Riverside' concluded 'an annual N rate of 4.0 to 6.0 Ib11000 a produces an acceptable, good quality fescue lawn. Higher rates are not necessary and increase the risk of nitrate leaching! This is 175 to 260 lb N per acre per year. Estimating an annual irrigation application of 4 acre- ft/acre of water per year containing 6 mg/L of total nitrogen, the amount of nitrogen applied is 68Ib/acre/year. -Based on this, it is dear, the plants will easily utilize the available nitrogen; so nitrogen impacts from the application of recycled water to lawns and landscaped areas will have little, if any ,nitrogen impact on the groundwater. UCRTRAC Accumulative Research Summary, Section B: Impact of Tudgrass Chemicals and Fertilizer on the Environment, project 5. accessed 6/2/2010 11 June Table 11 Range of Flow and Water Quality Characteristics for Water in Recycled Water System and Imported into the Beaumont Basin — Near Term (2015) Water Source Flow AFYr TDS TIN, ffx9L Beaumont Recycled 1,770 490 6 Water YVWD Recycled 2,000 390 6.7 Water RRA Well Water 300 370 6 Bonita Vista and 500 310 5 Cherry Valley WC Well Water Pollution Control 1,000 350 6 Project WON Water 5,570 406 6.1 Projected Non- 3,243' potable Demand w/o Golf Courses Golf Courses: 2,327 Oak Valley (all) & So Cal PGA (Portion) Total Demand 2 5,570 Imported State 4,800 275 0.6 Project Water Spread for Recharge Total imported SPW 10,370 346 3.6 Ind Non- pbt�ble Weber ' See Table 3 2 Total demand set to equal supply by supplying only a portion of the So. Cal PGA Golf Course's demand with recycled water. Remaining portion supplied by existing So. Cal PGA well. Long Term In the long term, the TDS of the water in the recycled distribution system is estimated to be less than 430 mg/L with nitrate -N at about 6 mg/L. This is shown in Table 12. When this water is 'blended" with imported State Project Water, the blended MS is less than 350 mg/L and the nitrate -N is less than 4 mg/L. It should be noted that much of the nitrate -N will be utilized by the plantings which are irrigated. This was discussed above. 12 June 2010 Table 12 Range of Flow and Water Quality Characteristics for Water in Recycled Water System and Imported into the Beaumont Basin —Long Term (2035) Water Source Flow Acre -ft/ TDS, m NO3, m /L Beaumont Recycled 4,500 490• 6 Water YVWD Recycled 3,000 390 6.7 Water RR -1 Well Water 300 370 6 Bonita Vista and 500 310 5 Chevy Valley WC Well Water Pollution Control 1,000 350 6 Project Well Water 5 titotai `: 9 360 429 6.1 Projected Non- 6,714' potable Demand w/d Golf Courses Golf Courses: 2,129 Oak Valley, to Cal PGA & Highland Springs GC Recycled Water 4572 440 6.3 Recharged at BCVWD Recharge Site Total Demand 9,300 Imported State 10,300 275 0.6 Project Water Spread for Recha _. Total Imported SPW 19,600 348 S.2 and Non- potable Water 1 See Table 3 Y Surplus recycled water which will be recharged at the BCVWD Groundwater Recharge Site Conclusion Relative tc Maximum Benefit The maximum benefit provisions stipulate "the 10 -year volume weighted rolling average TDS concentration of the commingled non - potable supply and recycled water shall not 13 June 2010 exceed 390 mgA-." Tables 11 and 12 clearly indicate that the comingled TDS is less than 350 mgA. and hence complies with maximum benefit Report Preparation This study was prepared by Joseph C. Reichenberger, P.E., BCEE in his role as District Engineer Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District. The information presented herein was extract ed from the District's 2010 Urban Water Management Plan Update (in process). The flow quantities can only be considered estimates and are based on anticipated growth in the service area as projected by the Western Riverside Council of Governments. The quantities for recycled water and imported water are based on best estimates to date. These will likely change over time but can easily be updated in the annual recycled water reporting that will be required. 14 June 2010 U.S. Postal Service i CERTIFIED MAIL RECEIPT M (Domestic Only: m m OFFICIAL USE 0 ra Postage S Certtfled Fee N poahnark C3 Rewm Receipt Fee Hero O (Endotsatttent Regttked) Restricted OV Fee 0 (EndcrsenantRequked) 7 � rl Tot-' - - r1 CITY OFBEAUMONT CHERRY co VALLEY WATER DISTRICT C3 ANTHONY LARA orp 560 MA GNOLIA A VE BEA UMONT, CA. 92223 N(Domestic Mail Only; Coverage Provided) Li : For delivery information visit our website at wwwusps.corn c m OFFICIAL USE 0 ri Postage s certified Fee ru Postmark C3 RMM Receipt Fee Here O (Endorsement Required) E3 Restrkted peavery Fee 0 (Endorse mentRequNed) S ra Twat r=1 to CITY OF BEA UMONT sties ATT. 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Thibeault Chief Executive Officer Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board 3737 Main Street, Suite 500 Riverside, CA 92501 Re: Request for Maximum Benefit Objectives & Draft Monitoring Program for the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones The San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority ( STWMA) is participating with its member agencies to implement the watershed -scale water resources management plan identified in the San Timoteo Watershed Management Program Final Phase 1 Report ( STWMP). STWMA is currently involved in implementation of all Program Elements listed in the STWMP. This includes the comprehensive monitoring program as presented under Program Element 1. STWMA is also currently working to characterize the quality and quantity of urban stormwater /dry weather runoff in the watershed through a grant from the State Water Resources Control Board. STWMA is committed to protecting the groundwater supplies in the Beaumont and the San Timoteo Management Zones and therefore requests the Regional Water Quality Control Board to implement the water quality objectives included in the maximum benefit study for these management zones. In this context, STWMA is submitting this request and a draft Monitoring Program on behalf of STWMA and the City of Beaumont for the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones for your review and consideration. With regard to the San Timoteo Management Zone, it is anticipated that Yucaipa Valley Water District will perform the sampling along San Timoteo Creek downstream of Yucaipa Creek (approximately the Riverside /San Bernardino County line) and Beaumont -Cherry Valley Water District will perform the sampling for the portion upstream of the confluence of Yucaipa Creek. STWMA will participate in computing ambient groundwater quality as a regional effort which should begin by July 2004 so that an ambient quality determination for the STWMA area can be provided to the RWQCB by July 1, 2005. Further, STWMA will participate in subsequent ambient quality determinations every three years thereafter. STWMA appreciates the efforts of the Regional Board and its staff during the development of the Basin Plan Amendment, and the opportunity to demonstrate beneficial use protection based on maximum benefit objectives. We look forward to working with you and your staff on this important endeavor to responsibly manage the region's water resources. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Regards, J. Andrew Schlange General Manager Enclosure CC: Hope Smythe, Joann Schneider — RWQCB City of Beaumont; STWMA Commission Water Resources Management and Leadership in the San Timoteo Watershed STAFF REPORT Agenda Item TO: Mayor and Council Members FROM: Public Works Department DATE: September 21, 2010 SUBJECT: Task Order for Anti- degradation Analysis for the Beaumont Management Zone Background and Analysis: The proposed Task Order would authorize Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. to prepare an anti - degradation analysis for the State Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Board) as part of the City's "maximum benefit" obligations which are included in the City's permit to operate its wastewater treatment plant. The analysis will help the City and the Regional Board determine how much total dissolved solids such as salt and nitrogen are in the Beaumont groundwater basin and how much more can be added before the maximum limits established by the Regional Board are exceeded. The Regional Board established the water quality limits and the "maximum benefit" obligations in the Water Quality Control Plan for the Santa Ana River Basin (Basin Plan)and in the City's permit to operate its wastewater treatment plant. Compliance with "maximum benefit" obligations saves the City tens of millions of dollars which would otherwise be required to comply with "anti- degradation" requirements set forth in the permit and the Basin Plan. The estimated cost of the professional services is $35,000.00 in the event the City completes the work on its own and $19,346.00 in the event the cost is shared among the City, Beaumont - Cherry Valley Water District and Yucaipa Valley Water District if required by the Regional Board and agreed to by the other agencies to analyze impacts related to the use of recycled water for irrigation in the Beaumont Management Zone. Recommendation: Staff recommends APPROVAL of Task Order No. 5 with Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. and the Project Progress Report, and AUTHORIZATION of the Mayor to execute the Task Order and Project Progress Report subject to the authority of the City Attorney to make non- substantive changes. CITI ty OA4- CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT Fund Source: Wastewater Enterprise Funds Contract September 1, 2009 Date: Const. Budget: N/A A &E Budget: $35,000.00 Project Name: Anti - degradation Analysis for the Beaumont Management Zone Contractors: Wildermuth Environmental Subcontractors: See approved CIP Contractor List Project Start Date: August 2010 Report Period: September 2010 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared proposal for professional services. Problems or Delays During Report Period: No problems or delays. Change Orders: No change orders. Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Authorize the City Manager and qualified contractors to implement Task Order No. 5. Report Approved by: f� Mayor's Signature Date of City Council Approval Exhibit A Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority Beaumont Charitable Foundation Beaumont Conservation Authority 550 E. 6th Street, Beaumont, California Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, September 21, 2010 "Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk's office at 550 E. 6th Street during normal business hours" REGULAR SESSION Regular Session to began at 6:00 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tern Berg, Council Member Fox, Council Member Gall, Council Member St.Martin were present. Invocation: Ken Spicer — New Creations Church Pledge of Allegiance: Council Member Gall Presentation: James Walrath — Update on Global Young Leaders Conference Mickey Valdivia — Update on Beaumont Cherry Valley Recreation and Parks District Helen Putnam Award - Beaumont Stimulus Program "This program is the first of its kind in the nation —a city stepping up to the plate with its own stimulus package, " then Beaumont Mayor Jeff Fox. Adjustments to Agenda: None ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Anyone wishing to address the City Council on any matter not on the agenda of this meeting may do so now. The oral communications portion of the agenda is to hear public comments. Anyone wishing to speak on an item on the agenda may do so at the time the Council considers that item. All person(s) wishing to speak must fill out a "Request to Speak Form" and give it to the City Clerk at the beginning of the meeting. The fortes are available on the table at the back of the room. There is a three (3) minute limit on public comments. There will be no sharing or passing of time to another person. • Victor Dominguez - Campaigning issues • Judy Bingham - Contracts for Mr. Kapanicas and Mr. Aklufi • Chad Scott - Fairway Canyon Improvements • Adam Wagner- Fairway Canyon Maintenance • Brian Levensen - Palmer Park Improvements • Mary Daniel - Stimulus Plan • Victor Young – On street parking at Veile and 4th Street • Sara Lockhart - Thank Beaumont – great community • Jim Stewart - Beaumont should be proud for the retail strength ranking in California • Alan Gooch - Beaumont is a great community to live in 3. CONSENT CALENDAR (This portion of the Agenda is for items that do not require a public hearing or discussion.) a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting August 17, 2010 C. Approval of the Warrant List for September 21, 2010 d. Denial of Claim — Larry Malone e. Approval of Supplemental Agreement for CDGB 2010 -2011. f. Adoption of Resolution No. 2010 -23 — Resolution Support Measure U to Bring Jobs and Educational Opportunities to the Pass Area. g. Approval of Fund Raising Activities — City Cook Book, Fire Department Open House /Spaghetti Dinner and Beaumont Youth Activities League, Ironman Triathlon Sponsorship of Officer Devlin, and BCVRPD Winterfest/Pumpkin Carving Event. h. Authorization to Accept an Offer of Dedication — 10 -D -01, 10 -D -02, and 10 -D -03 for Brookside Avenue Landscaping within Oak Valley Greens. i. Approval of the City of Beaumont's Energy Action Plan per requirements of the Southern California Edison's Energy Leaders Partnership. j. Approval of Temporary Bike Lane Modifications on Sixth Street. k. Authorization for Funds for Weed Abatement for property located in the 1100 block of Pennsylvania and Michigan with all costs to be applied to the Annual Property Tax Bill. I. Ratification of the Mayor's Signature on Resolution No. 2010 -24 for 2009/10 Prop 1B California Transit Security Grant Program, California Transit Assistance Fund. M. Approval of Task Order for Anti - degradation Analysis for the Beaumont Management Zone. n. Authorize the City Manager to assist with the Safety Fair within authorized spending limits. Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Council Member Berg and Council Member Gall both requested item 3.f be pulled for discussion. Motion by Council Member StMartin, Seconded by Council Member Berg to approve the Consent Calendar with the exception of Item 3.f. Vote: 510 San Jacinto Representatives on Measure U. Adam Wagner - Opposed Victor Dominguez - Opposed Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Fox to deny Resolution No. 2010 -23 as presented. 5/0 Staff Report was given by Rebecca Deming, Asst. Director of Planning Open Public Hearing 9:03 p.m. No Speakers Closed Public Hearing 9:04 p.m. Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member Berg to approve the 1st reading on Ordinance No. 971, 974, 975, and 976 as presented. Vote: 5/0 d. Transit Fare Structure Review Recommendation: Open Public Hearing, Take Testimony, and Approve the fare structure as presented. Staff report was given by Elizabeth Gibbs - Urtiaga, Resources Director Open Public Hearing 9:10 p.m. No Speakers Closed Public 9:11 p.m. Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member Gall to approve as presented. Vote: 5/0 e. "Shop the Pass" Buy Local Program Recommendation: Review and Approve the Pass EDA "Shop the Pass" and approve funding in the amount of $4,577.08 from the General Fund. Staff report was given by Kyle Warsinski, Staff Planner Speakers: Brian Contreres — Pass EDA Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Gall to approve and authorize the City Manager to adjust the rate on a per capita if necessary. Vote: 5/0 Adjournment of the City Council Meeting at 9:20 p.m_ AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES BY INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of the 1st day of September, 2009, by and between the CITY OF BEAUMONT ( "OWNER ") whose address is 550 E. 61' Street, Beaumont, California 92223 and Wildermuth Environmental, Inc., whose address is 23691 Birtcher, Lake Forest California 92630, telephone 949 -420 -3030, fax 949 - 420 -4040, e-mail mwildermuth @wildermuthenvironmental.com, Fed. Tax Id. No. 33- 0793178 ( "CONSULTANT "). RECITALS This Agreement is entered into on the basis of the following facts, understandings and intentions of the parties to this Agreement: A. OWNER desires to engage the services of CONSULTANT to complete specific water resources projects and investigations in accordance with all applicable state and federal regulations and requirements. B. CONSULTANT agrees to provide such services pursuant to, and in accordance with, the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and has represented and warrants to OWNER that CONSULTANT possesses the necessary skills, qualifications, personnel and equipment to provide such services. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing Recitals and mutual covenants contained herein, OWNER and CONSULTANT agree as follows: 1. Term of Agreement. This Agreement is effective as of the date first above written and shall continue until June 30, 2010, unless extended or sooner terminated as provided for herein. 2. Services to be Performed by CONSULTANT. CONSULTANT agrees to provide the services as described in Exhibit A. 3. Associates and Subcontractors. CONSULTANT may, at CONSULTANT's sole cost and expense, employ such competent and qualified independent associates, subcontractors and consultants as CONSULTANT deems necessary to perform each such assignment; provided, however, that CONSULTANT shall not subcontract any of the work to be performed without the prior written consent of OWNER. 4. Compensation. 4.01 In consideration for the services to be performed by CONSULTANT, OWNER agrees to pay CONSULTANT as provided for in Exhibit A and shall be based upon CONSULTANT's schedule of regular hourly rates customarily charged by CONSULTANT to Page 1 of 8 its clients. 4.02 OWNER may reimburse CONSULTANT for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred by CONSULTANT in the performance of services for OWNER. Reimbursement shall be according to the schedule of reimbursable expenses included contained in Exhibit B. 4.03 CONSULTANT shall not be compensated for any services rendered nor reimbursed for any expenses incurred in excess of those in Exhibit A unless approved in advance by the OWNER, in writing. 4.05 CONSULTANT agrees that payment of compensation earned shall be made in monthly installments within 30 business days after receipt of a detailed, corrected, written invoice describing in reasonable detail, to the extent applicable, the services performed, the time spent performing such services, the hourly rate charged therefore, the identity of individuals performing such services for the benefit of OWNER, and materials consumed or used. Such invoice shall also include a detailed itemization of authorized expenses incurred. 5. Obligations of CONSULTANT. 5.01 CONSULTANT agrees to perform all assigned services in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and those described in Exhibit A. 5.02 Except as otherwise provided for in Exhibit A, CONSULTANT will supply all personnel, materials and equipment required to perform the assigned services. 5.03 CONSULTANT shall keep OWNER informed as to the progress of the work assigned hereunder, by means of regular and frequent consultations. From time -to -time, when requested by the OWNER, CONSULTANT shall prepare written status reports. 5.04 CONSULTANT hereby agrees to be solely responsible for the health and safety of its employees and agents in performing the services assigned by OWNER. Therefore, CONSULTANT hereby covenants and agrees to: a. Obtain a comprehensive general liability insurance policy on ISO -CGL Form No. CG 00 01 12 04 or in an amount of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for all coverage naming OWNER as an additional insured using ISO additional assured endorsement form CG 20 10 10 01; b. Obtain a policy of errors and omissions insurance in a minimum amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence to cover any negligent acts or omissions committed by CONSULTANT, its employees and /or agents in the performance of any services for OWNER; C. Comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations regarding, by way of example and not by limitation, nondiscrimination and Page 2 of 8 y f 7e A payment of wages; d. Provide workers compensation insurance for CONSULTANT's employees and agents with limits as prescribed by law and custom. CONSULTANT waives all rights of subrogation against OWNER. Evidence of all insurance coverage shall be provided to OWNER prior to start of work. Such policies shall be issued by a highly rated insurer (minimum Best's Ins. Guide rating of "A- :VIII ") licensed to do business in California, and shall provide that they shall not be cancelled or amended without 30 days' prior written notice to OWNER. Self- insurance does not comply with these insurance specifications. CONSULTANT acknowledges and agrees that all such insurance is in addition to CONSULTANT's obligation to fully indemnify and hold OWNER completely free and harmless from and against any and all claims arising out of any, loss, injury or damage to property or persons caused by the negligent acts or omissions of CONSULTANT in performing services assigned by OWNER. 5.05 In the event that OWNER requests that specific employees or agents of CONSULTANT supervise or otherwise perform the services specified in Exhibit A, CONSULTANT shall ensure that such individual (or individuals) shall be appointed and assigned the responsibility of performing the services. 5.06 In the event CONSULTANT is required to prepare plans, drawings, specifications and /or estimates, the same shall be furnished in conformance with local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations. 5.07 CONSULTANT shall be solely responsible for obtaining all permits, licenses and approvals necessary or applicable to the performance of services under this Agreement, unless otherwise expressly provided for in Exhibit A. In the event OWNER is required to obtain an approval or permit from another governmental entity, CONSULTANT shall provide all necessary supporting documents to be filed with such entity. 6. Obligations of Owner. 6.01 OWNER shall do the following in a manner so as not to unreasonably hinder the performance of services by CONSULTANT: a. Provide information, requirements and criteria regarding OWNER's project; b. Furnish all existing studies, reports and other available data and items pertinent to each Task Order that are in OWNER's possession; C. Designate a person to act as a liaison between CONSULTANT and the City Council of OWNER. Page 3 of 8 ?_:�,mn- ,ended_ n;ract_VVcI_C�ty_of_Beaumonsduc 7. Indemnification 7.01 The CONSULTANT agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and hold harmless the OWNER, its officers, directors, agents, employees, servants, and volunteers free and harmless from liability, claims, judgments, costs and demands, including demands arising from injuries or death of persons (including employees of the OWNER and the CONSULTANT) and damage to property, directly or indirectly out of the obligations herein undertaken or out of the operations conducted by the CONSULTANT, its employees, agents, representatives or subcontractors under or in connection with this AGREEMENT, to the extent due to CONSULTANT's negligence or willful misconduct. The CONSULTANT further agrees to investigate, handle, respond to, provide defense for and defend any such claims, demands or suit at the sole expense of the CONSULTANT. 7.02 The OWNER agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and hold harmless the CONSULTANT, its officers, directors, agents, employees, servants, and volunteers free and harmless from liability, claims, judgments, costs and demands, including demands arising from injuries or death of persons (including employees of the OWNER and the CONSULTANT) and damage to property, directly or indirectly out of the obligations herein undertaken or out of the operations conducted by the OWNER, its employees, agents, representatives or subcontractors under or in connection with this AGREEMENT, to the extent due to the OWNER's negligence or willful misconduct. The OWNER further agrees to investigate, handle, respond to, provide defense for and defend any such claims, demands or suit at the sole expense of the OWNER. 7.03 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this AGREEMENT, any suit, arbitration, claim, demand, indemnification, or any other remedy against the CONSULTANT shall be limited to the scope of the insurance coverage and limits currently in force for the CONSULTANT. Such insurance shall be only the workers compensation and employer's liability, general liability, and errors and omissions insurance. The scope of the insurance coverage and limits in such policies may change over time with changes by the insurance companies or the CONSULTANT and such changed policies shall become the available insurance currently in force for the CONSULTANT; and, the CONSULTANT shall not be required to provide notice of any such changes after the earlier of final payment, the completion of services performed by the CONSULTANT under this AGREEMENT, or the termination of the AGREEMENT. In no event shall any employee, agent, officer, director or shareholder of CONSULTANT have any individual liability. 7.04 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this AGREEMENT, any suit, arbitration, claim, demand, indemnification, or any other remedy against the OWNER shall be limited to the scope of the insurance coverage and limits currently in force for the OWNER. Such insurance shall be only the workers compensation and employer's liability, general liability, and errors and omissions insurance. The scope of the insurance coverage and limits in such policies may change over time with changes by the insurance companies Page 4 of 8 L' �`072; _ amrnenci�q_ Cen (Tact.__'�JEI_City_of_�eaurnnnt �joc or the OWNER and such changed policies shall become the available insurance currently in force for the OWNER. In no event shall any employee, agent, officer, director or member of OWNER have any individual liability. 8. Additional Services, Changes and Deletions. 8.01 During the term of this Agreement, the OWNER may, from time to time, and without affecting the validity of this Agreement, order changes, deletions and additional services by the issuance of written change orders authorized and approved by the OWNER. 8.02 In the event CONSULTANT performs additional or different services than those described in Exhibit A or authorized change order without the prior written approval of the OWNER, CONSULTANT shall not be compensated for such services. 8.03 CONSULTANT shall promptly advise OWNER as soon as reasonably practicable upon gaining knowledge of a condition, event or accumulation of events which may affect the scope and /or cost of services to be provided pursuant to this Agreement. All proposed changes, modifications, deletions and /or requests for additional services shall be reduced to writing for review and approval by the OWNER. 8.04 In the event that OWNER orders services deleted or reduced, compensation shall likewise be deleted or reduced by a fair and reasonable amount and CONSULTANT shall only be compensated for services actually performed. In the event additional services are properly authorized, payment for the same shall be made as provided in Section 4 above. 9. Termination of Agreement. 9.01 In the event the time specified for completion of an assigned task in Exhibit A exceeds the term of this Agreement, the term of this Agreement shall be automatically extended for such additional time as is necessary to complete such assigned task, and thereupon this Agreement shall automatically terminate without further notice. 9.02 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, OWNER, at its sole option, may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving 10 days' written notice to CONSULTANT. 9.03 In the event of termination, the payment of monies due CONSULTANT for work performed prior to the effective date of such termination shall be paid within 45 business days after receipt of an invoice as provided in this Agreement. Upon payment for such services, CONSULTANT agrees to promptly provide and deliver to OWNER all original documents, reports, studies, plans, specifications and the like which are in the possession or control of CONSULTANT and pertain to OWNER. 10. Status of CONSULTANT. Page 5 of 8 C!,-,tract �NEI `J .7 dr- 10.01 CONSULTANT shall perform the services assigned by OWNER in CONSULTANT's own way as an independent contractor, and in pursuit of CONSULTANT's independent calling, and not as an employee of OWNER. CONSULTANT shall be under the control of OWNER only as to the result to be accomplished and the personnel assigned to perform services. However, CONSULTANT shall regularly confer with OWNER as provided for in this Agreement. 10.02 CONSULTANT hereby specifically represents and warrants to OWNER that the services to be rendered pursuant to this Agreement shall be performed in accordance with the standards customarily applicable to an experienced and competent professional rendering the same or similar services. Further, CONSULTANT represents and warrants that the individual signing this Agreement on behalf of CONSULTANT has the full authority to bind CONSULTANT to this Agreement. 11. Ownership of Documents; Audit. 11.01 All draft and final reports, plans, drawings, studies, maps, photographs, specifications, data, notes, manuals, warranties and all other documents of any kind or nature prepared, developed or obtained by CONSULTANT in connection with the performance of services assigned to it by OWNER shall become the sole property of OWNER, and CONSULTANT shall promptly deliver all such materials to OWNER. At the OWNER's sole discretion, CONSULTANT may be permitted to retain original documents, and furnish reproductions. If OWNER uses such documents for any purpose other than for which they were prepared without CONSULTANT's prior written approval, OWNER hereby waives any claims against CONSULTANT and will hold CONSULTANT harmless from any claim or liability for injury or loss arising from OWNER's unauthorized use. 11.02 Subject to applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations, OWNER shall hold all intellectual property rights to any materials developed pursuant to this Agreement. CONSULTANT shall not use for purposes other than the performance of this Agreement, nor shall CONSULTANT release, reproduce, distribute, publish, adapt for future use or any other purposes, or otherwise use, any data or other materials first produced in the performance of this Agreement, nor authorize others to do so, without the prior written consent of OWNER. 11.03 CONSULTANT shall retain and maintain, for a period not less than four years following termination of this Agreement, all time records, accounting records and vouchers and all other records with respect to all matters concerning services performed, compensation paid and expenses reimbursed. At any time during normal business hours and as often as OWNER may deem necessary, CONSULTANT shall make available to OWNER's agents for examination all of such records and shall permit OWNER's agents to audit, examine and reproduce such records. 12. Miscellaneous Provisions. 12.01 This Agreement supersedes any and all previous agreements, either oral or Page 6 of 8 07:t_am��ended_C..muact__ +.��'F I_(':itv_e`_Beaun?ont doc written, between the parties hereto with respect to the rendering of services by CONSULTANT for OWNER and contains all of the covenants and agreements between the parties with respect to the rendering of such services in any manner whatsoever. Any modification of this Agreement will be effective only if it is in writing signed by both parties. 12.02 CONSULTANT shall not assign or otherwise transfer any rights or interest in this Agreement without the prior written consent of OWNER. Unless specifically stated to the contrary in any written consent to an assignment, no assignment will release or discharge the assignor from any duty or responsibility under this Agreement. 12.03 CONSULTANT shall comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules, regulations, entitlements and /or permits applicable to, or governing the services authorized hereunder. 12.04 If required by law, CONSULTANT shall file Conflict of Interest Statements with OWNER. Page 7 of 8 aaCi7-1 ammended Contract ' UfJ 12.05 Any dispute which may arise by and between the OWNER and the CONSULTANT, including the CONSULTANT's subcontractors, laborers, and suppliers, shall be submitted to binding arbitration. Arbitration shall be conducted by the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services, Inc. /Endispute, in accordance with its construction industry rules in effect at the time of the commencement of the arbitration proceeding, and as set forth in this Paragraph. Arbitration shall be conducted before a panel of three arbitrators, unless the PARTIES agree in writing to submit the matter before a single arbitrator. The arbitrators must decide each and every dispute in accordance with the laws of the State of California, and all other applicable laws. The arbitrators' decision and award are subject to judicial review for errors of fact or law in accordance with Section 1296 of the Code of Civil Procedure, by a Superior Court of competent venue and jurisdiction. Discovery may be conducted in the arbitration proceeding pursuant to Section 1283.05 of the Code of Civil Procedure. Unless the PARTIES stipulate to the contrary, prior to the appointment of the arbitrators, all disputes shall first be submitted to non - binding mediation, conducted by the American Arbitration Association or Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services, Inc. /Endispute, in accordance with their respective rules and procedures for such mediation. In any arbitration or litigation arising out of this Agreement, or the performance of any obligation under this Agreement, the arbitrators or the court in such arbitration or litigation shall award costs and expenses of arbitration or litigation, including mediation and arbitration fees and expenses, expert witness fees and attorneys' fees, to the prevailing PARTY. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereby have made and executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above - written. OWNER: CONSULTANT: WILDERMUTH ENVIRONMENJ 4L, INC. By Mark rm \`A`� M Mark J. Wildeuth Chairman Page 8 of 8 21C90721 am, endFd ;ontract bVEI Clsv eaum,int doc Exhibit A Scope of Work Task Group A General Engineering Services The purpose of this task is to provide as- requested water resources engineering support to the City staff. The types of work anticipated herein are planning meetings, analysis of new storm water recharge within the City that could be claimed by the City pursuant to the Beaumont Basin Stipulated Agreement, water supply planning, and assistance in the acquisition of new supplies. Each request for such services will be provided in writing or by email. The deliverable and performance schedule for each request will be by mutual agreement. The upper limit on the fee for this task is $40,000. Table A -1 shows the breakdown of this fee Task Group B RWQCB Max Benefit Monitoring The work done in this task fulfills the City's obligation pursuant to its maximum benefit obligations that are contained in the City's recycled discharge permit. The type of monitoring, location, frequency of monitoring and reporting are described in detail in the STWMA monitoring program and specifically ordered by the Regional Board in Order R8- 2005 -006. SCODe of Work Task 1 Maximum Benefit Monitoring Field Program 1.1 Surface water monitoring 1.2 Groundwater level monitoring 1.3 Groundwater quality monitoring program 1.4 Collect data from cooperators Task 2 Prepare Quarterly Data Report Task 3 Prepare Annual Report Task 4 Regulatory Support for the Basin Plan Amendment Deliverables 1. Quarterly data reports to the RWQCB on the 15th days of January, April, July and October. 2. Annual data summary and analysis report for calendar 2009 to RWQCB by April 15, 2010. Annual report posted on the STWMA web site. 3. Prepare basin plan amendment with backup for the City to reduce the surface water monitoring program to the bare minimum; and subsequent processing with Regional Board Fee The upper limit on the fee for this task is $159,000. Table A -1 shows the breakdown of this fee. Page 1 of 5 -,Xrt s A, ,rd B Task Group C Obtain Amended and New Discharge Permits The objectives of this task group are to work with the Regional Board on behalf of the OWNER to amend its existing discharge permit to provide for two new discharge points that allow the OWNER to recover up to 2.2 mgd of recycled water for use by the City; and to assist the OWNER in obtaining a new permit to expand the existing treatment plant from 4.0 to 8.0 mgd; and thereby increase the recovery of recycled water for use by the City to 6.2 mgd. Scope of Work Task 1 Obtain Two New Discharge Points in the BMZ 1.1 Coordination with Regional Board 1.2 Preparation of TDS and N projection Task 2 Obtain New Permit to Expand the City's Wastewater Plant from 4.0 to 8.0 MGD 2.1 Coordination with Regional Board, 2.2 Preparation of TDS and N projection Task 2.3 Review and comment on draft permit CONTRACTOR Deliverables 1. An amended NPDES permit for the City that would allow discharge to an un -named tributary of Marshall Creek and to Noble Creek. 2. A new permit allowing the City to increase the capacity of its wastewater plant to 8.0 mgd and to recycled and discharge recycled water up to this amount. OWNER Deliverables 1. Design and operations information as requested by CONTRACTOR 2. Timely review of CONTRACTOR submittals Schedule 1. An amended NPDES permit for the City that would allow discharge to an un -named tributary of Marshall Creek and to Noble Creek by August or October 2010 2. A new permit allowing the City to increase the capacity of its wastewater plant to 8.0 mgd and to recycled and discharge recycled water up to this amount by June 30, 2010. Fee The upper limit on the fee for this task is $76,000. Table A -1 shows the breakdown of this fee. Page 2 of 5 Task Group D Construct San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring Wells The objective of this task is to comply with Regional Board Order to the OWNER in early 2009 that requires the OWNER to construct at least two new monitoring wells in the San Timoteo Management Zone for the purpose of assessing ambient TDS and nitrate concentrations. Scone of Work Task 1 Provide Pre - construction Assistance Task 2 Initial Geologic Investigations Task 3 CEQA Support Task 4 Prepare Technical Plans and Specifications, and Bidding Support Task 5 Provide Construction Inspection and Management Services Task 6 Prepare Well Completion Report Task 7 Intensive Monitoring of STMZ Wells CONTRACTOR Deliverables 1. Provide OWNER with technical specification for the construction of two monitoring wells 2. Conduct spinner tests on one well at the Fisherman's Retreat 3. Provide construction monitoring services for two monitoring wells 4. Well completion report 5. Initial sampling of wells pursuant to Maximum Benefit monitoring requirements OWNER Deliverables 1. OWNER will identify and acquire sites pursuant to the CONTRACTOR criteria 2. OWNER will be lead agency for CEQA and run the CEQA process 3. OWNER will incorporate CONTRACTOR technical specification and will conduct bidding process and will hire a drilling contractor. Schedule 1. Provide OWNER with technical specification -- August 31, 2009 2. Complete spinner test at one wells at the Fisherman's Retreat — September 30, 2009 3. Complete the construction of two monitoring wells — December 31, 2009 4. Complete initial round of monitoring for new wells — December 31, 2009 5. Submit well completion report — March 31, 2010 Fee The upper limit on the fee for this task is $261,000. Table A -1 shows the breakdown of this fee. Page 3 of 5 Yhtt -�its A and B Table A -1 Fee Breakdown A General Engineering Services $40,000'1 so! $01 $0 $40,0001 $40,000 B RWQCB Max Benefit Monitoring $139,7001 $19,3001 $01 $0 $159,0001 $159,000 C Obtain Amended and New Permits 76 000' $OI $ 0 $0 $76,0001 $ 76 000 Discharge Pe $ � D Construct San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring j Wells $243,500 $12,5001 $500,000 $5,0001 $761,0001 $261,000 I — Excludes construction costs that will be paid by the City Page 4 of 5 E !rits A and B Exhibit B WEI Time and Material Rate Sheet for Fiscal 2009- 2010 Principal Engineer /Scientist $220 - $245 Associate Engineer /Scientist $200 - $225 Senior Engineer /Scientist $140 - $180 Staff Engineer /Scientist $130 - $165 Database Manager $175 - $210 Engineering Technician $90 - $115 Field Technician $85 - $100 Office Administrator $100 - $120 Expert Witness' $440 - $465 Preparation of testimonial material is billed at the normal hourly rate. Witness preparation, depositions, and testimony are billed at the expert witness rate - with a minimum charge of one day. a Mileage for passenger vehicles will be billed at the IRS rate. Subject to annual adjustments. b Other project- related travel costs will be passed through. Page 5 of 5 Exhibits A and 5 Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority 550 E. 6th Street, Beaumont, California City Council Workshop (4:00 p.m.) Closed Session (5:00 p.m.) Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, September 1, 2009 "Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk's office at 550 E. 6th Street during normal business hours" -5, , - , WORKSHOP SESSION (This is the portion of the agenda where the city council can review documents and receive clarification on item to be heard on current or future agendas) 1) Weed Abatement Power Point Presentation 2) Master Sign Program Introduction Items included in the workshop session are for discussion purposes only. No action by the city council is taken at this time. This portion of the agenda is to give input and receive clarification for items on the scheduled agenda or for future agenda's. CLOSED SESSION - No reportatble action taken. a. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6, Conference with Labor Negotiator - City Negotiator as Personnel Director Alan Kapanicas Employee Organizations and Staffing b. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator Property Generally Located at: 1. Government Code Section 54956.8 - 650 Magnolia Avenue & 500 Grace Avenue Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a) - Anticipated Litigation - Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation(Government Code 54956.9) Outdoor Media Group, Inc. vs. City of Beaumont - Case No. ED CV 03 -01461 RT SGLx 2. Peters vs. City - Case No. RIC 467388 3. Beaumont Citizens for Responsible Growth vs. City of Beaumont - Case No. RIC518058 4. Cherry Valley Acres and Neighbors vs Sunny Cal - Case RIC 480954 REGULAR SESSION Invocation: Council Member Berg Pledge of Allegiance: Council Member Berg Presentation: Check Presentation by Cynthia Garcia - Southern California Edison MDA will be presentated a Check in the Amount of $23,000 at the Jerry Lewis Telethon on Labor Day Adjustments to Agenda: Staff has received _a request from Supervisor Ashley requesting_ that item 3.f be postponed for 60 day. Motion by Council Member DeForge, Seconded by Council Member Dressel to deny the request from Supervisor Ashley to postpone item for 60 days. Vote: 5/0 Motion by Council Member Gall, Seconded by Council Member DeForge to disapprove the Cooperative Agreement between the County of Riverside and the City of Beaumont to Implement Municipal Land Use Planning and Development Standards in the Sphere of Influencer Vote: 5/0 Oral and Written Communications: Patsy Reeley - Opposed to item 3.f Chris Mann - San Gorgonio Pass Community Alliance - Opposed to item If Victor Dominguez - Opposed to item 3.f Sharron Hamilton - Opposed to item 3.f Barbara Voight - Opposed to item 3.f Barry Steele - Opposed to item 3.f Nancy Hall - Opposed to item 3.f Paul St. Martin - Outdoor Display of Merchandise at local businesses John Covington - Item 3.f - Would like to do a presentation from the Water Quality Task Force in regards to the onsite Waste Disposal in Cherry Valley. Council asked for that to be done at the Next Council Meeting Workshop. Marshall Commack - Speaker requesting that the City hold a program on how the City operates. Paul A.ngulo Introduce self as Candidate for Riverside County Auditor Controller inpc -) vt i Susan Lara - Thank you to the City Council on behalf of the School District for all of the assistance with the first week of school Mary Daniel - Opposed to item 3.f Frances Flanders - Opposed to item 3.f 1. COUNCIL REPORTS (This is the portion of the agenda where the city council will present updates on city actions taken, committee assignments, and training and travel) a) Mayor Fox Thank Cal Fire for all of their hard work, Our Community is a community, Veterans of Foreign War, b) Mayor Pro Tern Dressel Loma Linda Medical Center, RTA Meeting, c) Council Member Berg RCTC Update d) Council Member DeForge Thank the audience for coming out, Plane Pull, Chase Bank Opening, MDA Yard Sale, Loma Linda Medical Center Grand Opening e) Council Member Gall Opening of Chase Bank, Loma Linda Medical Center Grand Opening, areas of concern - issues of the south side of town such as street paving 2. CITY MANAGER REPORTS a. Community Information Update 1) Mobile Community Substation 2) Road Closure Update 3) Sustainability Update 4) Update on Stimulus Program b. Local Project Update 1) Transportation Update c. Calendar of Events 1) Second and Third Wednesday of Each Month - Story Time Cafe 2) September 7, 2009 - Check Presentation to MDA at the Jerry Lewis Telethon d. Financial Update e. What's That and Rumor Control f. Report on Oral and Written Communications (City Manager) 1) Report on Concern at the intersection of Brookside Ave. and Lemon St. 2) Landscaping on Brookside Avenue 3) Street Lighting - North California Avenue 3. CONSENT CALENDAR a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary. b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting August 4, 2009. c. Approval of the Warrant List for September 1, 2009. d. Approval of a three year time extension on Tentative Tract Map No. 35540 and Plot Plan 07 -PP -02 (1343 E. 8th Street) Applicant: James Y. Liang e. Approval of a three year time extension on Tentative Tract Map No. 34990 and Plot Plan 05 -PP -04 (South side of Oak Valley Parkway, East of Interstate 10 and North of Noble Creek), Applicant: AVG Partners. f. Approval of Cooperative Agreement between the County of Riverside and the City of Beaumont to Implement Municipal Land Use Planning and Development Standards in the Sphere of Influence. g. Approval of Agreement and Task Order for Landscaping Design Services for the Marshall Creek Bikeway and Slope Areas between Cherry Valley Acres and Cougar Way. h. Adoption of Ordinance No. 953 read by title only - An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California Amending Title 10 of the Beaumont Municipal Code Entitled "Vehicle and Traffic" Approval of Lease with Veterans of Foreign War to lease City property located at 450 E. 4th Street, pending review of insurance requirements by the City Attorney. . -I- - Approval of Negative Declaration No. 09 -ND -06 - San Timoteo Management Zone Monitoring Network Development and Mitigation Program. (continued from the meeting of August 4, 2009) k. Approval of Final Parcel Map No. 35023 Located at Nicholas Road and Fourth Street - Oakmont Dowling Orchard, LLC. I. Approval of Agreement for Water Quality Manag t ahl+d ngw W Services and Authorization for the Mayor to Execute the Agreement and Project Progress Report subject to the Authority of the City Attorney to make non substantive changes. m. Approval of Supplemental Agreement for CDGB 2009 -2010. n. Adoption of Resolution No. 2009 -29 - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont approving the application requesting funds from the 09/10 Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement & Service Enhancement Account (PTMISEA) for Security Cameras and Equipment o. Approval of Request for Neighborhood Improvement Program Approval at 1154 Magnolia Avenue Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Patsey Reeley - 3.e - Doesn't agree with the three year time extension. Asked for EIR every 6 month if approved. Nancy Hall 3.e - Doesn't agree with the three year time extension. Concerns that there are not going to be the water resources. Nancy Hall 3.1 - There are not bids included in the staff report. Does this require a Bid? Was this previously budgeted? Council Member Berg abstained from Item 3.d Motion by Council Member DeForge, Seconded by Council Member Dressel to approve all Consent Calendar with the exception of item 3.d. Vote: 5/0 Motion by Council Member DeForge, Seconded by Council Member Dressel to approve item 3.d as presented. Vote: 4/0/1 (Council Member Berg abstained) 4. ACTION ITEMS /PUBLIC HEARING /REQUESTS a. Ordinance No. 947 - An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont California, Amending Section 1.17.250.A of the Beaumont Municipal Code. Recommendation: Hold a Public Hearing and Approve the 1st reading of Ordinance No. 947 as presented. Staff report was given by Keith Hightower, Building and Safety and Code Enforcement Open Public Hearing 7:11 p.m. No Speakers Closed Public 7:13 p.m. Iagcvvi i Motion by Council Member Dressel, Seconded by Council Member DeForge to approve the 1st reading of Ordinance No. 947 as presented. Vote: 5/0 b. Ordinance No, 957 An Ordinance of the City Council of the City- of Beaumont, California Amending certain sections of Chapter 8.32 of the Beaumont Municipal Code Entitled "Nuisances" Recommendation: Hold a Public Hearing and Approve the 1 st Reading of Ordinance No. 957 as presented. Staff report was given by Keith Hightowwer, Building and Safety and Code Enforcement Open Public Hearing 7:14 p.m. David Knight - Sundance Resident - Shopping Carts in the neighborhood Closed Public Hearing 7:20 p.m. Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Dressel to approve the 1 st reading of Ordinance No. 957 as presented. Vote: 510 c. Abatement of Substandard Structure located at 637 -639 Beaumont Avenue Recommendation: Adopt Resolution No. 2009 -27 and Approve the proposal from Weaver Grading Inc. in the amount of $35,000 for the demolition and removal of the structure located at 637 -639 Beaumont Avenue. Staff report was given by Keith Hightower, Building and Safety and Code Enforcement. Open Public Hearing 7:35 p.m. Rose Edmunds - Owner Steve Murray - Engineer Thelma Santos - Potential Buyer Closed Public Hearing Motion by Council Member Gall to and give applicant/owner 30 days to hire architectural and structural engineer, and board up and fence the premises right away and present reports to the City and Council at least 10 days prior to October 6. No Second. � -5- , - , Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member DeForge adopt Resolution No. 2009 -27 and to hold off on the abatement until October 7, 2009 with the following conditions added: Fence and board premises within 24 hours Hire Architectural and Structural Engineer and present contracts to staff within 5 days Present Escrow Documents to swithin 5 days Present Site Plan and Structural Engineering Plan by September 22, 2009 Asbestos Survey Vote: 4/1 (Gall voted no) Adjournment of the City Council Meeting to the League of California Annual Conference in San Jose September 16 - 18, 2009 at 8:20 p.m. Respecifully..Submitted; Alan Kapandcas City Manager Any Person with a disability who requires accommodations in order to participate in this meeting should telephone Shelby Hanvey at 951 - 769 -8520 ext. 323, at least 48 hours prior to the meeting in order to make a request for a disability - related modification or accommodation CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT LANDSCAPED MEDIANS — SIXTH STREET Fund Project Name: Water Quality Monitoring and Source: Wastewater Enterprise Funds Engineering Contract September 1, 2009 Contractors: Wildermuth Environmental Date: Const. Budget: $500,000 Subcontractors: See approved CIP Contractor List A &E Budget: $261,000 Project Start Date: July 2009 Report Period: September 2009 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared proposal for services. Problems or Delays During Report Period: No problems or delays. Change Orders: No change orders. Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Prepare plans, specifications and bid documents for groundwater monitoring stations, obtain all necessary permits as required to operate and expand the wastewater treatment plant and provide other engineering services as directed by the City Manager up to the authorized budgets. Report Approve 9/1/09 Mayor's Signakre ' Date of City Council Approval STAFF REPORT Agenda Item Z, 1 TO: Mayor and Council Members FROM: Public Works Department DATE: September 1, 2009 SUBJECT: Agreement for Water Quality Management and Engineering Services Background and Analysis: The proposed Agreement would authorize Wildermuth Environmental, Inc. to complete water quality management and engineering services work which was started under the San Timoteo Watershed Management Authority, Project Committee No. 1. The proposed work includes water quality testing for the State Regional Water Quality Control Board as part of the City's Maximum Benefit requirement as set forth in its permit to operate the wastewater treatment plant. The testing is an annual expense which saves the City millions of dollars which would otherwise be required to treat wastewater to extremely high quality standards. The proposed scope of work includes the preparation and processing of wastewater treatment plant permits with the State Regional Water Quality Control Board and the development of water quality monitoring stations. The estimated cost of the professional services is approximately $261,000 and the cost of two monitoring stations is $500,000 which would be funded by the Beaumont Utility Authority, Wastewater Enterprise Funds. Recommendation: Staff recommends APPROVAL of the Agreement and Project Report, and AUTHORIZATION of the Mayor to execute the Agreement and Project Progress Report subject to the authority of the City Attorney to make non - substantive changes. Respectfully CITY OFAI s,4 CITY OF BEAUMONT Svc Nc;tic e December 21, 2015 Wildernuth Environmental, Inc. 23692 Birtcher Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630 To whom it may concern; On June 18,2013,the City of Beaumont and Wildermuth Environmental, Inc.entered into an agreement for certain planning and engineering services for the implementation of a Recycled Water and Salt Mitigation Project. Per Section 8 Termination of Agreement: The City of Beaumont is exercising their right to terminate this contract effective December 31,2015. Per the direction of our City Council,the City of Beaumont hereby terminated the agreement between the City of Beaumont and Wildermuth Environmental Inc to be effective December 31, 2015. Respectfully, 00 . h Gibbs Acting City Manager City of Beaumont 550 E. 6th Street • Beaumont • CA • 92223 • Phone: (951) 769-8520 • Fax: (951) 769-8526 www.ci.beaumont.ca.us