Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 2018-6174   
Type: Consent Calendar Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 12/4/2018
Title: Recommendation to Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute a Second Amendment for One Year with NCE, in the Amount of $95,375 with the Option for Two One-Year Extensions at the same Terms and Cost, for a Total Five Year Expenditure Under the Agreement, as Awarded, of $359,890 for Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit Compliance Support. (Public Works 351)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Contract, 2. Exhibit 2 - First Amendment, 3. Exhibit 3 - Second Amendment
Title

Recommendation to Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute a Second Amendment for One Year with NCE, in the Amount of $95,375 with the Option for Two One-Year Extensions at the same Terms and Cost, for a Total Five Year Expenditure Under the Agreement, as Awarded, of $359,890 for Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit Compliance Support. (Public Works 351)
Body

To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

From: David L. Rudat, Interim City Manager

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

On August 31, 2017, the City entered into a service provider agreement with NCE to support the City's compliance with trash capture under the Clean Water Program, green infrastructure planning, and on-call regulatory compliance support, all in an effort to assist the City in maintaining compliance with its Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit (MRP). A First Amendment to the Agreement was approved to extend the term to December 31, 2018, but a Second Amendment to the Agreement is now needed to extend the term to December 31, 2019 and provide additional funding to support the City's continued compliance with the MRP.

BACKGROUND

The City's Clean Water Program maintains City compliance with its MRP, last issued to the City by the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board in 2015. The MRP includes regulatory requirements for the City to implement and report on heightened trash load reduction standards, and to prepare a Green Infrastructure Plan by September 2019.

The City is required to reduce storm drain system trash discharges by 80% from 2009 levels by July 1, 2019, through the use, among other strategies, of trash capture. The City has installed 175 trash capture devices over the past seven years, and is currently reporting a 72.8% reduction in storm drain system trash discharges.

The City must also undertake green infrastructure planning to address long-term strategies for implementing development designs to improve water quality for storm drainage infrastructure ...

Click here for full text