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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: Board of Public Utilities Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/6/2018 1:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue
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18-428BPU 14.1November 1, 2018 - Special Meeting Minutes.BPU- MinutesNovember 1, 2018 - Special Meeting Minutes.   Not available Not available
18-429BPU 14.2November 1, 2018 - Regular Meeting Minutes.BPU- MinutesNovember 1, 2018 - Regular Meeting Minutes.   Not available Not available
18-254BPU 15.1Agriculture User Group UpdateBPU-Agenda ItemAGRICULTURE USER GROUP UPDATE Staff will provide an update on the work being performed with the Agricultural User Group. City Staff and the Agricultural User Group have been working together to provide agricultural users the ability to participate in the rate setting process and provide feedback on the recycled water use program. The update will include the information that has been previously shared with the group and ongoing discussions. The Board may discuss this item and give direction to staff.   Not available Video Video
18-255BPU 15.2SB 212 Safe Medicine DisposalBPU-Agenda ItemPRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY LEGISLATION FOR UNUSED MEDICINES AND SHARPS - WHAT PASSAGE OF SB 212 MEANS FOR SANTA ROSA REGIONAL WATER REUSE SYSTEM In September 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 212, the first state law in the nation requiring producers of medications and sharps to design, operate and fund a safe and convenient collection program for both home generated needles and unused medications. The Extended Producer Responsibility legislation was the result of unsuccessful efforts to work with the pharmaceutical industry on issues regarding the disposal of unused medications. Subsequently, a number of local safe medicine disposal ordinances were developed throughout the state which spurred the development of the proposed statewide legislation SB 212. This presentation will address how the adoption of SB 212 will affect the City's current Safe Medicine Disposal Program and discuss interim measures prior to full implementation of the new extended producer responsibility requirements. The Board may discuss this item and give direction to staff.   Not available Video Video