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Meeting Name: Board of Public Utilities Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/5/2023 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue
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23-640BPU 12.1Proclamation for Mary WattsBPU- Agenda ItemPROCLAMATION - MARY WATTS   Action details Video Video
23-218BPU 15.1September 21, 2023 - Regular Meeting Minutes - DRAFTBPU- MinutesSeptember 21, 2023 - Regular Meeting Minutes - DRAFT   Action details Video Video
23-633BPU 16.1Maui 2023 Fire Response from Santa RosaBPU- Agenda ItemMAUI 2023 FIRE RESPONSE FROM SANTA ROSA Santa Rosa Water will provide a brief description on the assistance from City staff to Maui County. Information will be provided on the assistance to their Water, Wastewater and Debris teams, as they start the recovery from the August 2023 wildfire that impacted the Lahaina and Up-Country areas of the county. The Board may discuss this item and give direction to staff.   Action details Video Video
23-634BPU 16.2Water Professionals Appreciation Week 2023BPU- Agenda ItemWATER PROFESSIONALS’ APPRECIATION WEEK 2023 Staff will share this year's plan for celebrating California's Water Professionals Appreciation Week: October 7-15, 2023. The mostly digital outreach campaign utilizes video and engaging imagery to educate residents about the 278 water professionals that work around-the-clock to provide water and sewer service, water recycling and reuse, watershed protection, and storm water management for Santa Rosa. The Board may discuss this item and give direction to staff.   Action details Video Video
23-030BPU 17.1Trojan Technologies Second AmendmentBPU- ConsentMOTION - APPROVAL OF SECOND AMENDMENT TO BLANKET PURCHASE ORDER 165392 - ONE-YEAR EXTENSION, PRICE INCREASE, AND INCREASE COMPENSATION FOR ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION SYSTEM PARTS WITH TROJAN TECHNOLOGIES, INC. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by Santa Rosa Water and the Finance Department that the Board of Public Utilities, by motion, approve the Second Amendment to Blanket Purchase Order (BPO) 165392 to extend the term one year, increase unit cost, and increase compensation for ultraviolet disinfection system parts to Trojan Technologies, Inc., London, Ontario, Canada, in the amount of $600,000, for a total cumulative amount not to exceed $3,100,000.   Action details Video Video
23-031BPU 17.2Gold Ridge Rainwater Harvesting Rebate ProgramBPU- ConsentMOTION - APPROVAL OF FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE AGREEMENT WITH GOLD RIDGE RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT FOR EXPANSION OF EXISTING RAINWATER HARVESTING REBATE PROGRAM RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by Santa Rosa Water that the Board of Public Utilities, by motion, approve the First Amendment to the Agreement for Rainwater Catchment Rebate Program Support between Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District and the City of Santa Rosa.   Action details Video Video
23-316BPU 18.1Water Supply Alternatives PlanBPU- ReportREPORT - WATER SUPPLY ALTERNATIVES PLAN BACKGROUND: The City of Santa Rosa wishes to diversify and increase its potable urban water supply portfolio to enhance its resiliency to climate change, droughts, or Sonoma Water service interruptions that could occur during catastrophic events. As a result, Santa Rosa Water launched the Our Water Future project and undertook development of a Water Supply Alternatives Plan (WSAP) to identify an adaptive approach to diversifying Santa Rosa’s water supply portfolio and production capacity over time. Because water supply reliability is essential to our community, this project engaged a wide range of stakeholders throughout the effort, including an interdisciplinary team of Water staff, an external group of leaders from local organizations and agencies, the community at large, and the Board of Public Utilities (BPU). With expertise and assistance from Woodard & Curran, Inc., and with significant stakeholder input, the project team established the study objectives, assessed 18 water supply options, produced a feasibility report, and proposed four approvedPass Action details Video Video