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Meeting Name: Board of Public Utilities Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/15/2019 1:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
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19-213BPU 14.1July 18, 2019 - Regular Meeting Minutes.BPU- MinutesJuly 18, 2019 - Regular Meeting Minutes.   Not available Not available
19-490BPU 15.1Streets to Creeks CampaignBPU-Agenda ItemSTREETS TO CREEKS MULTI-COUNTY CAMPAIGN LAUNCH Santa Rosa, in partnership with ten other local agencies, has teamed up to launch an impressive multi-county multi-media educational campaign to prevent pollution in the Russian River Watershed. Santa Rosa Water will provide an overview of the campaign that focuses on educating residents about one essential fact - only rain should ever go down the storm drain. Neighborhood storm drains are an extension of local creeks and streams; any water, debris, or pollutants that make their way into a storm drain flow untreated to local creeks and eventually into the Russian River. Staff will describe the variety of outreach techniques being deployed to help our community limit pollution and be part of the solution. The Board may discuss this item and give direction to staff.   Not available Video Video
19-318BPU 16.1Waiver of Competitive Bid F002013 Grit and Screening Disposal ServicesBPU- ReportRESOLUTION - WAIVER OF COMPETITIVE BID - GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT (GSA) F002013 GRIT AND SCREENING DISPOSAL SERVICES RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Finance and Water Departments that the Board of Public Utilities (BPU), by resolution, authorize the Chairman of the Board to approve a waiver of competitive bid and issuance of General Services Agreement (GSA) F002013 to provide grit and screening disposal services to N Leasing Company LLC DBA Republic Services of Sonoma County Transportation in the amount not to exceed $312,290.   Not available Not available
19-119BPU 16.2Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with Renewable SonomaBPU- ConsentMOTION - EXTENSION OF EXCLUSIVE NEGOTIATION AGREEMENT WITH RENEWABLE SONOMA RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Water Department that the Board, by motion, approve a 180-day extension of the Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with Renewable Sonoma, to continue City staff negotiations with Renewable Sonoma regarding potential lease of City property to locate and operate a solids waste receiving and composting facility.   Not available Not available
19-317BPU 17.1UV Design AmendmentBPU- ReportREPORT - PROJECT WORK ORDER AMENDMENT NO. 1 APPROVAL - PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE LAGUNA TREATMENT PLANT DISINFECTION IMPROVEMENTS BACKGROUND: Ultraviolet light (UV) is the primary disinfection process for the Laguna Treatment Plant (LTP). In 2012, the State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water (DDW) re-evaluated and subsequently de-rated the disinfection system capacity from 67 million gallons per day (MGD) to 48.5 MGD, creating a disinfection deficiency under some wet weather conditions. For the last several years, LTP staff have faced operational challenges with the existing UV system, which is currently operating below its performance criteria. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Contract Review Subcommittee and the Transportation and Public Works Department that the Board of Public Utilities, by motion, approve Amendment No. 1 to Project Work Order No. A010014-2011-09 under the Master Professional Services Agreement with Carollo Engineers, Inc of Walnut Creek to provide Professional Engineering Services for the Laguna Treatment Plant Di   Not available Video Video
19-319BPU 17.2Sole Source Contract Specifications for Siemens Programable Logic Controllers for Laguna Treatment PlantBPU- ReportREPORT - SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT SPECIFICATION FOR SIEMENS PROGRAMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS FOR LAGUNA TREATMENT PLANT CHILLERS AND CLIMATE CONTROL UPGRADES AT ADMINISTRATION AND ANNEX BUILDINGS BACKGROUND: The existing chillers and boilers located at the Laguna Treatment Plant (Plant) Administration and Annex buildings have reached the end of their effective service life. The Chillers and Climate Control Upgrades at Administration and Annex Buildings project (Project) will consist of the replacement of two chillers and two condensing boilers located in the Administration building, and one chiller located in the Annex building. The Project will also provide upgrades of the climate control system at both buildings. The Plant uses exclusively Siemens S7 Series programable logic controllers (PLC) that provide control of various processes necessary for waste water treatment. Plant staff have all been factory trained to program and maintain the Siemens PLC equipment. The Project will therefore include contract specifications that explicitly sole source Siemens equipment. RECOMMENDATION:    Not available Video Video
19-489BPU 110.1Monthly Rate Revenue, Water Usage and CIP Bid Award ReportBPU-Agenda ItemMONTHLY RATE REVENUE, WATER USAGE AND CIP BID AWARD REPORT - Provided for information.   Not available Not available