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IoW e of MEETING DATE: 4/19/10 <br />ITEM NO: <br />,y g°~~ <br />~' <br />i0s"cA~°~ COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br />DATE: APRIL 7, 2010 <br />TO: MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL <br />FROM: GREG CARSON, TOWN MANAGER --~~~ <br />SUBJECT: STORM WATER MANAGEMINT BUDGET <br />APPROVE THE FY 2010/11 STORM WATER MANAGEMENT BUDGET <br />AND AUTHORIZE THE WEST VALLEY SANITATION DISTRICT TO <br />COLLECT PROGRAM RELATED FEES ON BEHALF OF THE TOWN OF <br />LOSGATOS <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />Approve the FY 2010/11 Storm Water Management Budget (Attachment 1) and authorize the <br />West Valley Sanitation District to collect program related fees on behalf of the Town of Los <br />Gatos. <br />BACKGROUND: <br />Locally, there are four programs that manage the prevention of urban runoff pollution from <br />entering the creeks which lead to San Francisco Bay: the "Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff <br />Pollution Prevention Program" (SCVURPPP), the West Valley Sanitation District (WVSD), the <br />"West Valley Clean Water Program" (WVCWP), and the Town-managed "Non-Point Source <br />Discharge Elimination Program" (NPDES). These programs perform various functions required <br />under the Clean Water Act, Envirolunental Protection Agency regulations and respective NPDES <br />permits. The following background information describes the history and purpose of each of <br />these four programs. <br />Santa CIaJ^a Valley U~^ban Runoff Pollution P~^evention Prog~^am (SCVURPPP) <br />SCVURPPP is made up of fifteen co-permittees, which are comprised of 13 Santa Clara County <br />cities and towns, Santa Clara County itself, and the Santa Clara Valley Water District. <br />~ ` ~~~ <br />PREPARED BY: TODD CAPURSO <br />Director of Parks and Public Worlcs <br />Reviewed by: ~~ ~ Assistant Town Manager wn Attorney <br />finance Community Development <br />Clerk Administrator <br />N:\PPW\MANAGEMENT\COUNCIL\COUNCIL REPORTS\20~10 Reports\April 19\Storm~Water Management Budget Adoption FY 2010- .~ <br />I l.doc <br />