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MONTEREY BAY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

NEAL COONERTY, CHAIR
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2013 – 1:30 P.M.
24580 Silver Cloud Court, Board Room, 3rd Floor, Monterey, California
AGENDA

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. ROLL CALL

4. PRESENTATION OF 2014 CALENDAR ART CONTEST WINNERS BY MEMBERS OF BOARD

COVER
Grade Name School
7th        Katie So                  Sacred Heart Parish School, Hollister

MONTHS
Grade Name School
1st       Olivia Garcia          Bitterwater-Tully School, King City
2nd     Mateo Gallo            Linscott Charter School, Watsonville
2nd     Mathyas Martinez   Linscott Charter School, Watsonville
3rd     Jordan Meyers         Linscott Charter School, Watsonville
3rd     Danielle Gomez      Southside School, Hollister
4th     Ryan Sanson           Linscott Charter School, Watsonville
4th     Brandon So             Ladd Lane Elementary, Hollister
5th    Crystal Barajas        Prunedale Elementary, Salinas
5th    Brisia Ramos          Prunedale Elementary, Salinas
6th    Danette Medina      Pajaro Middle School, Watsonville
7th    Skyler Rodriguez   Southside School, Hollister
8th    Anthony Picchi      Southside School, Hollister

5. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD – Any person may address the Board during Public Comment Period. Comments must be addressed directly to the Board, should not exceed three minutes, must be directed to an item not on today’s agenda, and should be within the jurisdiction of the Board. Board Members will not take action or respond to any public comments presented, but may choose to follow up at a time, either individually or on a subsequent agenda. Comments to staff must be made through the Board only who will then direct staff as it deems appropriate. Copies of materials must number no less than twelve (12) and given to the Clerk for distribution.

6. COMMENTS AND REFERRALS FROM CHAIR AND BOARD MEMBERS

7. REPORTS BY COMMITTE CHAIRS ON COMMITTEE MEETINGS
a. Budget, Personnel, and Nominating Committee
b. Advisory Committee

8. REPORT FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER

CONSENT AGENDA
The Consent Agenda consists of items considered routine and/or noncontroversial. One motion will cover all items on the Consent Agenda and authorize the recommended actions. Board Members, staff or member of the audience may request an item or items be pulled for further discussion at which time the Board may determine to consider that item separately from the Consent Agenda.

9. Accept and File Summary of Actions for the April 17, 2013 Board of Directors Meeting
Reference: Ann O’Rourke, Executive Assistant
Recommended Action: Approve summary of actions.

10. Accept and File Budget to Actual Report for Ten Months Ending April 30, 2013
Reference: Joyce Giuffre, Administrative Services Manager
Recommended Action: Accept and file report.

11. Accept and File Report on Daily Eight-Hour Peak Ozone Concentrations, Hourly Peak Ozone Concentrations, PM2.5 and PM10
Air Monitoring Data for Month of March 2013

Reference: Mike Gilroy, Deputy APCO
Recommended Action: Accept and file report.

12. Accept and File District Activity Report for Month of March 2013
Reference: Teresa Sewell, Supervising Inspector Compliance Division
Recommended Action: Accept and file report.

13. Accept and File Report of Summary of Mutual Settlement Program Actions for Month of April 2013
Reference: Teresa Sewell, Supervising Inspector Compliance Division
Recommended Action: Accept and file report.

14. Accept and File Engineering Division Activity Report for the Month of March 2013
Reference: Gregory L. Chee, Supervising Air Quality Engineer, Engineering Division
Recommended Action: Accept and file report.

15. Adopt a Resolution Establishing the Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) Public Agencies Post-Retirement Health Care
Plan Trust for Prefunding the District’s Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Effective May 15, 2013

Reference: Joyce Giuffre, Administrative Services Manager
Recommended Action: Adopt the resolution.

16. Receive Final Classification and Compensation Study by Koff and Associates
Reference: Joyce Giuffre, Administrative Services Manager
Recommended Action: Receive the report.

REGULAR AGENDA

17. Hold a First Public Hearing on Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14 and Provide Direction to Staff
Reference: Joyce Giuffre, Administrative Services Manager
Recommended Action: Hold a first public hearing and provide direction to staff.

18. Receive an Oral Informational Report on Crematories Affected by the Hot Spots Program and Provide Direction to Staff
Reference: Richard Stedman, APCO, and David Craft, Air Quality Engineer/Planner
Recommended Action: Receive the report and provide direction to staff.

19. Receive an Informational Report on San Lorenzo Valley Smoke Management and Provide Direction to Staff
Reference: Mike Gilroy, DAPCO
Recommended Action: Receive the report and provide direction to staff.

CLOSED SESSION

20. The Board will meet in Closed Session pursuant to Government Code section 54950, relating to the following item(s):

a. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957, the Board will provide a performance evaluation for the Air Pollution Control Officer.

b. Pursuant to Government Code section 54957.6, the Board will confer with its labor negotiator in closed session regarding meet and confer issues.
District Representatives: Joyce Giuffre, District Administrative Services Manager; and
Janet Holmes, Deputy County Counsel, Monterey County
Employee Organization: SEIU Local 521

21. Adjournment

NEXT REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING IS JUNE 19, 2013

This meeting is open to the public and all interested persons are welcome to attend. MBUAPCD does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities and meetings are held in accessible facilities. To request an accommodation or alternative format under the Americans with Disabilities Act for meetings, events or printed materials, please call (831) 647-9411 or fax a request to (831) 647-8501.