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1 MEETING NOTIE AND AGENDA MANAGEMENT OMMITTEE for the MONTEREY REGIONAL STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (MRSWMP) DATE: August 26, 2015 TIME: 9:30 a.m. LOATION: MRWPA onference Room, 5 Harris ourt, Bldg D, Monterey, alifornia ALL-IN: ; Participant Access ode NOTE: Under the terms and conditions of the Memorandum of Understanding for the Monterey Regional Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program {also referred to as the Monterey Regional Storm Water Management Program, (MRSWMP)}, the Management ommittee (M) was created to provide overall Program coordination, review, and budget oversight with respect to the NPDES permit. The M is to consider permit compliance, with majority concurrence of the Permittees (listed below as Participating Entities), as the primary objective in approving Program tasks and corresponding budgets. The M is comprised of one representative from each of the Permittees. None of the representatives are elected officials or policy makers for the entities they represent. Stakeholder feedback may either be provided during the Public omment agenda item or the Program Manager may be contacted regarding any uestions or feedback for the Management ommittee. Responses to these items will be reported in the Management ommittee Meeting Minutes. Should an interested stakeholder or a member of the public wish to make a presentation to the Group, the Program Manager should be contacted to schedule the presentation for a subseuent meeting. Officers: hairperson: Tom Harty, ounty of Monterey Vice-hairperson: Scott Ottmar, ity of Seaside Participating Entities: ity of armel-by-the-sea ity of Del Rey Oaks ity of Monterey ity of Pacific Grove ity of Sand ity ity of Seaside ounty of Monterey Other oordinating Entities: armel Unified School District Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Ex-Officio Members: Association of Monterey Bay Governments Pacific Grove Unified School District Pebble Beach ompany Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary AGENDA ITEMS Page # 1. all to Order / Roll all n/a 2. Public omments n/a ONSENT AGENDA 3. Approve Management ommittee meeting minutes for 8/19/15 (Attach. 1) 3 4. Approve Public Education and Public Outreach (PE/PO) Invoice & Task Summary (Attach. 2) 6 INFORMATION AND DISUSSION ITEMS 5. Verbal Update from PE/PO oordinator (E.7 & E.8) n/a a. Sustainable Seaside Living Tour September 13 (Attach. 3) 10 Page 1 of 23

2 6. onstruction Site Stormwater Runoff ontrol Program (E.10) a. onstruction BMP Training & Annual Building Inspectors Meeting (E.7.b.2.b & L4-3.c) b. onstruction Site BMP Hand-Out (E.7.b.2.b) (Attach. 4) Update on Trash Amendment n/a 8. Update on SB985 and Stormwater Resource Plan Reuirements n/a 9. Update on the PEAIP Template a. Prioritized BMPs n/a b. Regional Monitoring Data Analysis n/a 10. Discussion of Year 2 Annual Report a. Annual Report Template (Attach. 5) 13 b. PR Reporting Template n/a ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 11. Management ommittee Member and Program Manager Reports n/a ADJOURNMENT / SHEDULE NEXT MEETING 12. Schedule Next Meeting: Next meeting date is tentatively planned for Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 9:30 am. 13. Meeting Adjournment Page 2 of 23

3 Attachment 1 AGENDA ITEMS Monterey Regional Storm Water Management Program (MRSWMP) Management ommittee MEETING MINUTES For August 19, all to Order / Roll-all hairperson Harty (ounty of Monterey) called the meeting to order at 1:41 p.m. and performed roll call. Management ommittee (M) Members: ity of Monterey Tricia Wotan ity of armel-by-the-sea Rob Mullane ity of Pacific Grove Jessica Kahn ity of Sand ity - Leon Gomez ity of Seaside, ity of Del Rey Oaks Scott Ottmar ounty of Monterey Tom Harty MRSWMP Staff: Program Manager Jeff ondit Other: Gina Schmidt - AMBAG 2. Public omment a. None. ONSENT AGENDA 3. Approve Management ommittee Meeting Minutes for 7/22/15 a. ondit provided an update on action items from the May 27 meeting. Highlights included: He is completing a template for the Annual Report. The template will be included in the Agenda 26 Agenda Packet We are waiting to receive the PR Reporting Template from the Regional Board. MRSWMP sent a comment letter to the State Water Board regarding the Strategic Stormwater Initiative ondit is pursuing a onstruction BMP Workshop prior to the rainy season. There may be an opportunity to combine this workshop with the Annual Building Inspectors meeting reuirement. The group reached consensus that it would be preferred to host the training locally in the region as opposed to the ity of Watsonville, due to distance. The group reached consensus that it would be best to hire an outside workshop facilitator to lead the training. Action: On a motion by Ottmar (ity of Seaside), seconded by Wotan (ity of Monterey), Management ommittee approved the Management ommittee Meeting Minutes for 6/24/15 (6 to 0, Sand ity arrived after the vote). MRSWMP M Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 3 Page 3 of 23

4 MRSWMP Notice & Agenda - 8/26/15 Attachment 1 INFORMATION AND DISUSSION ITEMS 4. Discussion of PEAIP a. Update on August 5 Discussion with Regional Board Staff The PEAIP Sub-ommittee met on August 5 with Santa ruz jurisdictions/permittees and Regional Board Staff (Dominic Roues and Julia Dyer). The Regional Board appeared to sign off on the template that was developed by MRSWMP and the Santa ruz jurisdictions. In addition: Roues encouraged Permittees to incorporate language in the PEAIP discussing future monitoring efforts that will validate our modeling and PEAIP. Roues encouraged Permittees to consider that stormwater flow/volume is a source of pollutants of concern that may be addressed to reduce pollutants of concern. Roues also mentioned that he will be going to the Regional Board on September 25 to obtain permission to fund the second phase of the 2 nd Nature/TELR approach to the spatial analysis of the PEAIP. Members may wish to attend this meeting to show support for the 2nd Nature/TELR approach. Ottmar mentioned a concern that the future of the 2nd Nature/TELR approach may include proprietary software that may reuire additional funding by permittees. We are awaiting additional information on this prospect. b. Update on PEAIP Template During the August 5 meeting, the Sub-ommittee felt it was beneficial to walk through the template page by page to understand all aspects of our approach. The intent of this Special Meeting is to allow all of our Permittees an opportunity to similarly walk through the template page by page and gain consensus on this approach. An extended discussion ensued regarding the template. ondit will forward the Word version of the template following the meeting (Action Item - ondit). Schmidt (AMBAG) will be able to provide the Permittees with the Watershed and Land Use map for the PEAIP Template. Members should forward Schmidt their Priority Areas in order to finalize the Outfall and Priority Area Map for the PEAIP Template (Action Item Members). Members will also consider forwarding Schmidt their IDDE locations for up to the last five years (Action Item Members). Permittees can incorporate the Sanctuary s Regional Data Analysis Report that will be presented during our August 26 MRSWMP Meeting. ondit will work with the Sanctuary to see if they can develop a short Executive Summary per Permittee (Action Item ondit). ASBS Members may also wish to include sections of the ASBS Interim Report. ondit presented a draft Prioritized BMP Table for Permittees. ondit will distribute the draft Table to Permittees along with the Word version of the template. He will include our Street Sweeping BMP in the Table (Action Item). Members will review the Prioritized BMPs document and discuss further during the August 26 MRSWMP Meeting. c. Update from AMBAG on mapping projects MRSWMP M Meeting Minutes Page 2 of 3 Page 4 of 23

5 Attachment 1 Schmidt (AMBAG) provided an update of the mapping projects that she is doing on behalf of some of our Permittees (armel, Pacific Grove, Sand ity, Seaside, Del Rey Oaks). She is following the 2 nd Nature mapping approach and has made good progress with all of the available information to meet our Mapping Permit Reuirements, including our PEAIP Mapping Reuirements. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS 5. Management ommittee Member and Program Manager Reports a. Program Manager ondit and Wotan recently had a discussion with the ounty Fairgrounds, a State Agency and Non-Traditional Phase II Permittee. They have asked whether we can assist with their permit compliance by participating in a September 3 ounty Fair event that will reach 600 schoolchildren. Members reached consensus that our PE/PO Program could participate in their program, and asked ondit to work with Sidenstecker to create a cost proposal. b. ity of armel Mullane is getting up to speed with his new role as Director of Public Works. armel recently received their ASBS Interim Year 1 Report. armel may pursue a new position in the Public Works Dept. to meet the Stormwater Program responsibilities. c. ity of Sand ity Gomez reminded members that this weekend is the West End Festival in Sand ity. MRSWMP will have a booth at the event. d. ity of Pacific Grove Kahn is working to complete the Final ASBS ompliance Plan. e. ity of Monterey Wotan is also working on her Final ASBS ompliance Plan. f. ity of Seaside Ottmar has been very focused on PR projects in Seaside. g. ounty of Monterey Harty has been working on the ommercial and Industrial Inventory permit reuirement. He has been completing the mapping reuirements with his staff. ADJOURNMENT / SHEDULE NEXT MEETING 6. Schedule Next Meeting The next Management ommittee meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, August 26, at 9:30am. 7. Meeting Adjournment The meeting was adjourned at 4:09 p.m. MRSWMP M Meeting Minutes Page 3 of 3 Page 5 of 23

6 Attachment 2 From: Save The Whales To: Monterey Regional Storm Water Management Program For Public Education Hours INVOIE PERMIT YEAR 3: July 1, 2015-July 31, 2015 To: Jeff ondit MRWPA Administrative Office 5 Harris ourt, Bldg. D. Monterey, A Total Labor ost: Maris Sidenstecker: $6, Brittney Sorrenti: $85.00 Subtotal labor: $6, Services: Mileage: Miles 34miles x 0.575=$19.55 (MS) BASMAA for Our Water Our World Materials: $ Monterey Signs: $ Seebox Studio (ASQA ad and BMP onstruction layout): $1,200 Sustainable Pacific Grove (for September): $1,500 Storage: $ (July) Indirect: $ Subtotal Services: $4, Subtotals labor & services: $10, TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $10, Make check payable to: Save The Whales 1 Page 6 of 23

7 Attachment 2 From: Maris Sidenstecker/ Save The Whales To: Monterey Regional Storm Water Management Program For: Permit Year 3 Public Education Hours July 1, 2015 July 31, 2015 To: Jeff ondit MRWPA Administrative Office 5 Harris ourt, Bldg. D Monterey, A Program Activity BMP # of Task School Outreach Stenciling/GIS Project BSM/Facebook/ Website Meetings/ PM & MRSWMP ASQA Annual Report Description 7/25 s with Sea Odyssey re cost per school, per child, schools in Monterey ounty. Reuest from teacher for programs. (1.0) 7/28 with WM and MRWMD re meeting regarding assembly coordination with Green Waste. (0.5) 7/1 heck in with Hope re stencil program with STW grant funds. (0.5) 7/9 Pack gear, maps, cones for rossroads. oordinate with rossroads. (0.5) 7/10 Finish rossroads emblems for Moounty, clean gear and repack it. Notify Moo-completed. (5.75) 7/11 Pick up cones at rossroads do last couple emblem that could not be done yesterday. (1.0) 7/2-7/24 Nine facebook posts. (2.25) 7/1 Dog contest winners, call to Hanks dog bags re beads and photos of prizes for the winners of the contest for BSM. (1.5) 7/3 Dog bags for winners selected by them add dog names to bags for BSM prizes. (0.75) 7/5 Mailed bag original dog bags which were replaced with newer version by owner of company. (0.5) 7/8 Dog contest-last of the contestant winners addresses and size bag for prize for BSM.(1.5) 7/28 print ready version of Trash 101 brochure (English) to be posted on website. (0.25) 7/1 all with PM. (0.5) 7/2 PM called to say that ad needs to be done for ASQA asap for their registration packet. ontact graphic artist to RUSH job the work and format the Trash 101 ad per the ASQA specs. Notify PM of accepted abstract to ASQA. PM power washing brochure to replace 27 page document on website and the specific BMP it covers. PM break out of Year 3 media vs. rest of contract. (3.5) 7/5 Prepare surveys for crunching with SUMB student (BSM and student pre/post). (1.5) 7/6 ollect pieces for annual report, review compiled survey start from student, make adjustment to format. (2.25) 7/7 Annual report format uestions. Year 3 PE/PO budget breakdown. (1.5) 7/8 Follow up with ASQA re selection of the selection of the ar Washing Fundraiser program and TMDL. s and phone calls. (1.0) Hours Page 7 of 23

8 Attachment 2 Program Activity BMP # of Task Vendor oordination/ Tourist Outreach Events/ Public Participation Description 7/9 Slow it Sink It past support and ASQA conversation with PM. (0.75) 7/10 Respond from from PM to meet. (0.5) 7/13 ASQA ad with graphic artist. (0.5) 7/15 Meet with PM. Annual report work. (2.75) 7/17 Respond to Moo re emblems for this year and location. PM. Reuest from PM for version of power washing brochure. (1.0) 7/20 Respond to PM re event. Talk with ASQA sub-chair re presentation check in with PM re conversation.(1.5) 7/21 PM educational materials for website. all from PM on educational materials and follow up on phone conversation. (0.75) 7/22 MRSWMP monthly meeting followed by meeting with PM. Respond to from PM to call in to Ecology Action regional webinar on August 5 in place of PM who has conflict. (5.0) 7/23 all from PM re PE/PO budget reconciliation. Respond to ASQA chair re presentation (3.5) 7/24 s with PM on media costs Year 2, end of the year PE/PO totals compared to MRW. (1.75) 7/27 to PM and chair regarding PM uestion. (0.25) 7/28 Question from ity Monterey re ph meters for monitoring. Prepare for meeting with PM. Meet with PM. (4.75) 7/29 ASQA presentation talk and adding PM as co-speaker to all agenda materials and coordinating with ASQA section lead. (0.75) 7/31 Annual report. (1.25) 7/1 End of year call to vendors for invoices and any uestions on payments. armel Pine one says they have an invoice not paid-contact PM to check into this. PM checked and it was paid. ontacted Pine one and it looks like they put the SEA payment into Grease campaign. Get invoices ready for payment. (3.5) 7/2 Invoice uestions from Seebox re construction BMP layout. s with Pine one. the Weekly for missing tear sheet for Street Sweeping ad invoice. (1.5) 7/16 TV invoices not paid according to vendor. ontact PM and look up records. (0.5) 7/25 heck in with PM on TV invoices that were not paid according to vendor. (0.5) 7/31 Weekly invoice call from PM. (0.25) 7/3 ontact SOS regarding oastal lean Up and offer to help distribute posters in MRSWMP area with SUMB students. (0.5) 7/9 Educational materials to storage and organize event gear. (0.75) 7/16 SEA will be recognized as a sponsor for the SOS beach clean up in September on their website map with SEA logo (Wharf 2 in Monterey). (0.5) 7/17 omplete and mail paperwork for West End celebration in August. Included photo of the booth. (0.5) 7/20 PM checking in with possible event on Aug 22-we are already in West End that day. (0.5) 7/31 Ocean Expo re if SEA can participate in 1 day instead of 2. Hours Page 8 of 23

9 Attachment 2 Program Activity BMP # of Task Description (0.25) Hours LID Local & Regional Partnerships TV Partners 7/3 Sustainable groups regarding living tour uestions. (0.75) 7/16 Sustainable Living Tour in Seaside coordination with their planning team. (0.5) 7/17 ontact RON re LID projects. (0.5) 7/25 Respond to uestions from Ecology Action and work done on regional LID project. (0.5) 7/27 Scan invoice from Weekly for ad SEA ran on Regional LID project ed to Ecology Action for their report. (0.5) 7/8 TV report reuested by partners and other members in their agency. (0.75) 7/10 Fox invoice sent directly to MRW from station. PM called to see if OK to pay. (0.25) 7/15-7/16 KION reuesting payment on invoices for TV ads. Look up my records and PM to check with MRW accounting. PM reuest to see if all partners got the final TV report from me. (1.0) 7/20 ounty Sruz re TV report. (0.5) OWOW Outreach 7/7 Meet manager HDepot to confirm tabling location/date for 7/18. (0.5) 7/17 Review new items for HD. (0.25) 7/18 Tabling at HDepot and refresh labels in the store. Spoke to 15 people plus staff. Questions on ants, gophers, rats, aphids, whitefly, and cockroaches. (4.0) 7/25 OWOW statewide advocates coordinator check in call. (0.5) 7/30 Nature care line of products and sales in HDepot. (0.5) Educational Materials 7/1 Translation proof of Spanish brochure for printers. s with printer on final edits for Spanish brochure. (0.75) 7/6 Question from printers on MBBegins in Spanish, ed English and Spanish version to Sruz, contact ity Sruz re brochures for their share. (1.0) 7/7 heck in with armel on educational materials. Restock materials at the ity of armel, refresh library with MBayBegins, and drop off trash 101 sign for the ity to post. (1.0) 7/16 Graphic artist re invoice for construction BMP brochure that Jeff reuested. ed Spanish MBBegins updated brochure to Sanctuary.(0.75) 7/17 PM reuesting educational materials in different format. (0.5) 7/20 final brochure to PM. Spanish MBayBegins brochures delivered from printers. ontact Sruz re Spanish brochures and how to get the brochures to them and cc PM. (1.5) 7/28 oordinate with PM on brochure delivery to Sruz. (0.25) Total Hours (Labor): x $86/hr. = $6, Page 9 of 23

10 MRSWMP Notice & Agenda - 8/26/15 Attachment 3 Page 10 of 23

11 ONSTRUTION BEST MANAGEMENT PRATIES (BMPs) MRSWMP Notice & Agenda - 8/26/15 Attachment 4 onstruction Projects Are Reuired to Implement the Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) on this Page, as they Apply to Your Project, All Year Long. MATERIALS & WA S TE M ANAG EM ENT Non-Hazardous Materials erm and cover stockpiles of B sand, dirt or other construction material with tarps when rain is forecast or if not actively being used within 14 days. Waste Management se (but don t overuse) U reclaimed water for dust control. Hazardous Materials abel all hazardous materials L and hazardous wastes (such as pesticides, paints, thinners, solvents, fuel, oil, and antifreeze) in accordance with city, county, state and federal regulations. tore hazardous materials S and wastes in water tight containers, store in appropriate secondary containment, and cover them at the end of every work day or during wet weather or when rain is forecast. ollow manufacturer s F application instructions for hazardous materials and be careful not to use more than necessary. Do not apply chemicals outdoors when rain is forecast within 24 hours. for appropriate disposal of all hazardous wastes. EQU I PMEN T MA N A GEMEN T & S PI LL ON TR OL heck waste disposal containers freuently for leaks and to make sure they are not overfilled. Never hose down a dumpster on the construction site. Arrange lean or replace portable toilets, and inspect them freuently for leaks and spills. ispose of all wastes and D debris properly. Recycle materials and wastes that can be recycled (such as asphalt, concrete, aggregate base materials, wood, gyp board, pipe, etc.) ispose of liuid residues D from paints, thinners, solvents, glues, and cleaning fluids as hazardous waste. onstruction Entrances and Perimeter Maintenance and Parking over waste disposal containers securely with tarps at the end of every work day and during wet weather. stablish and maintain E effective perimeter controls and stabilize all construction entrances and exits to sufficiently control erosion and sediment discharges from site and tracking off site. weep or vacuum any street S tracking immediately and secure sediment source to prevent further tracking. Never hose down streets to clean up tracking. Spill Prevention and ontrol esignate an area, fitted with D appropriate BMPs, for vehicle and euipment parking and storage. erform major maintenance, P repair jobs, and vehicle and euipment washing off site. I f refueling or vehicle maintenance must be done onsite, work in a bermed area away from storm drains and over a drip pan big enough to collect fluids. Recycle or dispose of fluids as hazardous waste. I f vehicle or euipment cleaning must be done onsite, clean with water only in a bermed area that will not allow rinse water to run into gutters, streets, storm drains, or surface waters. o not clean vehicle or D euipment onsite using soaps, solvents, degreasers, steam cleaning euipment, etc. eep spill cleanup materials K (rags, absorbents, etc.) available at the construction site at all times. EARTHWORK & ONTAMINATED SOILS Erosion ontrol chedule grading and S excavation work for dry weather only. tabilize all denuded areas, S install and maintain temporary erosion controls (such as erosion control fabric or bonded fiber matrix) until vegetation is established. I nspect vehicles and euipment freuently for and repair leaks promptly. Use drip pans to catch leaks until repairs are made. lean up spills or leaks immediately and dispose of cleanup materials properly. o not hose down surfaces D where fluids have spilled. Use dry cleanup methods (absorbent materials, cat litter, and/or rags). weep up spilled dry materials S immediately. Do not try to wash them away with water, or bury them. lean up spills on dirt areas by digging up and properly disposing of contaminated soil. eport significant spills R immediately. You are reuired by law to report all significant releases of hazardous materials, including oil. To report a spill: 1) Dial 911 or your local emergency response number, 2) all the Governor s Office of Emergency Services Warning enter, (800) (24 hours). eed or plant vegetation for S erosion control on slopes or where construction is not immediately planned. PAVING / ASP H ALT W O RK Avoid paving and seal coating in wet weather, or when rain is forecast before fresh pavement will have time to cure. ollect and recycle or appropriately dispose of excess abrasive gravel or sand. Do NOT sweep or wash it into gutters. o not use water to wash D down fresh asphalt concrete pavement. Sediment ontrol rotect storm drain inlets, P gutters, ditches, and drainage courses with appropriate BMPs, such as gravel bags, fiber rolls, berms, etc. revent sediment from P migrating offsite by installing and maintaining sediment controls, such as fiber rolls, silt fences, or sediment basins. Transfer ontaminated Soils If any of the following conditions are observed, test for contamination and contact the Regional Water Quality ontrol Board: Unusual soil conditions, discoloration, or odor. Abandoned underground tanks Abandoned wells Buried barrels, debris, or trash. Store concrete, grout and mortar under cover, on pallets and away from drainage areas. These materials must never reach a storm drain. Wash out concrete euipment/ trucks offsite or in a contained area, so there is no discharge into the underlying soil or onto surrounding areas. Let concrete harden and dispose of as garbage. ollect the wash water from washing exposed aggregate concrete and remove it for appropriate disposal offsite. Sawcutting & Asphalt/oncrete Removal eep excavated soil on the site K where it will not collect into the street. excavated materials to dump trucks on the site, not in the street. over storm drain inlets and manholes when applying seal coat, tack coat, slurry seal, fog seal, etc. ONRETE, GROUT & MORTAR APPLIATION ompletely cover or barricade storm drain inlets when saw cutting. Use filter fabric, catch basin inlet filters, or gravel bags to keep slurry out of the storm drain system. hovel, abosorb, or vacuum S saw-cut slurry and dispose of all waste as soon as you are finished in one location or at the end of each work day (whichever is sooner!). I f sawcut slurry enters a catch basin, clean it up immediately. PAINT ING & PA I N T RE M O VA L Painting cleanup Never clean brushes or rinse paint containers into a street, gutter, storm drain, or surface waters. For water-based paints, paint out brushes to the extent possible. Rinse to the sanitary sewer once you have gained permission from the local wastewater treatment authority. Never pour paint down a drain. For oil-based paints, paint out brushes to the extent possible and clean with thinner or solvent in a proper container. Filter and reuse thinners and solvents. Dispose of residue and unusable thinner/solvents as hazardous waste. Paint Removal hemical LANDSAPE MATERIALS ontain stockpiled landscaping materials by storing them under tarps when they are not actively being used. Stack erodible landscape material on pallets. over or store these materials when they are not actively being used or applied. paint stripping residue and chips and dust from marine paints or paints containing lead or tributyltin must be disposed of as hazardous waste. D E WAT E R I N G Effectively manage all run-on, all runoff within the site, and all runoff that discharges from the site. Divert run-on water from offsite away from all disturbed areas or otherwise ensure compliance. When dewatering, notify and obtain approval from the local municipality before discharging water to a street gutter or storm drain. Filtration or diversion through a basin, tank, or sediment trap may be reuired. In areas of known contamination, testing is reuired prior to reuse or discharge of groundwater. onsult with the Engineer to determine whether testing is reuired and how to interpret results. ontaminated groundwater must be treated or hauled off-site for proper disposal. Paint chips and dust from non-hazardous dry stripping and sand blasting may be swept up or collected in plastic drop cloths and disposed of as trash. Discontinue application of any erodible landscape material within 2 days before a forecast rain event or during wet weather. S TO RM DRAI N PO LLUTERS M AY B E L IA B L E F O R F IN E S O F U P TO $ 1 0, P E R D AY! Page 11 of 23

12 LAS MEJORES PRÁTIAS DE ONSTRUIÓN MRSWMP Notice & Agenda - 8/26/15 Attachment 4 Los proyectos de construcción deben implementar las Mejores Prácticas de onstrucción dadas en esta página, ya ue son pertinentes a su proyecto todo el año. M A N E J O DE M ATERIALES Y RESIDUO S Materiales no peligrosos H aga un borde alrededor y cubra con lonas impermeables las pilas de arena, tierra u otros materiales de construcción cuando haya pronóstico de lluvia o si no van a ser usados activamente en los próximos 14 días. U se (pero no abuse) agua reclamada para controlar el polvo. Materiales peligrosos P óngales etiueta con nombre a todos los materiales y residuos peligrosos (como pesticidas, pintura, diluyentes, solventes, gasolina, aceite y anticongelante) de acuerdo con las reglamentaciones de la ciudad, del condado, del estado y federales. P onga los materiales y residuos peligrosos en contenedores ue no pierdan, póngalos luego en contenedores secundarios apropiados y cúbralos después de cada día de trabajo, o durante la temporada lluviosa, o cuando se haya pronosticado lluvia. A l aplicar los materiales peligrosos, siga las instrucciones del fabricante y tenga cuidado de no usar más de lo necesario. No apliue productos uímicos en el exterior cuando se haya pronosticado lluvia en las próximas 24 horas. A segúrese de deshacerse apropiadamente de todos los residuos peligrosos. Manejo de residuos ubra bien con lonas impermeables los contenedores con residuos peligrosos al terminar cada día de trabajo, y durante la temporada de lluvias. heuee los contenedores de residuos. Nunca use una manguera para lavar un contenedor de basura en el sitio de construcción. L impie o reemplace los excusados portátiles e inspecciónelos con frecuencia para controlar pérdidas o derrames. D eshágase correctamente de todos los residuos y de la basura. Recicle los materiales y residuos ue puedan ser reciclados (como asfalto, concreto, materiales agregados de base como grava y arena, madera, tablones de yeso, caños, etc.). D eshágase de los residuos líuidos como pinturas, diluyentes, solventes, colas y líuidos de limpieza considerándolos como residuos peligrosos. Entradas y perímetros de los sitios de construcción E stablezca y mantenga control efectivo de los perímetros y estabilice todas las entradas y salidas del sitio de construcción para controlar suficientemente la erosión y la descarga de sedimentos del sitio para ue no salgan del sitio. B arra o aspire inmediatamente lo ue haya pasado a la calle y controle la fuente de origen para prevenir ue siga sucediendo. Nunca lave con manguera las calles para limpiar lo ue haya sido acarreado o llevado del sitio de construcción. * A doptado con el permiso del Programa de Prevención de Polución del Agua del ondado de San Mateo. MA N EJO D EL EQU I PO Y ON TR OL D E D ER R A MES Mantenimiento y estacionamiento D esigne un área especial, usando técnicas apropiadas de control de polución, para estacionar los vehículos y el euipo, y para almacenamiento. R ealice las tareas mayores de mantenimiento, los trabajos de reparación y el lavado de vehículos y euipos fuera del sitio de construcción. S i es necesario ponerle gasolina a un vehículo o hacer reparaciones en el sitio, trabaje en un área bordeada, alejada de los desagües pluviales y sobre una bandeja de goteo de tamaño suficiente para contener los líuidos peligrosos ue se derramen. S i es necesario lavar los vehículos o euipos en el sitio de construcción, límpielos sólo con agua, en un área contenida ue no permita ue el agua de enjuague llegue a cunetas, calles, desagües de aguas pluviales o superficies acuáticas (lagos, arroyos, etc.). N o lave vehículos o euipos en el sitio de construcción usando jabones, solventes, desgrasadores, euipo de limpieza en seco, etc. Prevención y control de derrames M antenga a mano en el sitio de construcción, y en todo momento, los materiales para limpiar derrames (trapos, absorbentes, etc.). I nspeccione frecuentemente los vehículos y euipos para descubrir pérdidas de fluidos y repárelas inmediatamente. Use bandejas de goteo para recoger el líuido ue pierda hasta ue pueda hacer las reparaciones. L impie los derrames o pérdidas inmediatamente y deshágase apropiadamente de los materiales de limpieza. N o lave con manguera las superficies donde se hayan volcado líuidos. Use métodos en seco (materiales absorbentes, aserrín de cajas sanitarias para gatos o trapos). B arra inmediatamente los materiales secos ue se hayan desparramado. No trate de deshacerse de ellos usando agua, ni de enterrarlos. L impie los derrames en la tierra excavando la tierra contaminada y deshaciéndose correctamente de ella. omuniue inmediatamente cualuier derrame significativo. La ley obliga comunicar todos los derrames de materiales peligrosos, incluyendo el petróleo. Para comunicar un derrame: 1) Marue el o su número local de emergencias; 2) llame al entro de Emergencias y Servicios de Prevención de la Oficina del Gobernador, (800) , las 24 horas del día. TRABAJO EN LA TIERRA Y SUELOS ONTAMINADOS T RAB AJ O O N PAVIM E NTO / ASFALTO ontrol de erosión Planee trabajo de nivelación y excavación sólo cuando no vaya a llover. Estabilice todas las áreas desnudas, instale y mantenga control de erosión provisorio (como tela de control de erosión o matriz de tejido pegado) hasta ue se haya establecido la vegetación. Plante semillas o plantas para control de erosión en superficies en declive o donde no se planee la construcción inmediata. ontrol de sedimento Proteja las rejillas de los desagües de aguas pluviales, las cunetas, canales y cursos de drenaje, usando apropiadas técnicas de control de polución, como bolsas con grava, rollos de fibras, bordes, etc. Prevenga ue los sedimentos migren fuera del sitio instalando y manteniendo controles de sedimentos, como rollos de fibra, cerca de sedimentos o estanues de sedimentos. Suelos contaminados Si se observan cualuiera de las siguientes condiciones, analice la tierra para descubrir contaminación y comuníuese con la Junta Regional de ontrol de alidad del Agua: ondiciones inusuales en la tierra, descoloramiento u olor. Tanues enterrados abandonados Pozos de agua abandonados. B arriles, basuras o residuos enterrados. vite pavimentar o recubrir E pavimento en tiempo de lluvias, o cuando se haya pronosticado lluvia antes ue el nuevo pavimento haya tenido tiempo de secarse. ubra las rejillas de los desagües de aguas pluviales y las bocas de sumideros antes de aplicar la capa de sellado, capa ligante, capa de lechada (slurry seal), capa final fluida, etc. J unte y recicle o deshágase apropiadamente del exceso de grava y arena abrasivas. NO las barra ni las empuje con agua a los desagües de aguas pluviales. o use agua para lavar N pavimento de concreto y asfalto fresco. uarde el concreto, la lechada G de cemento y el mortero cubiertos, en paletas y alejados de las áreas de desagüe. Estos materiales nunca deben llegar a los desagües pluviales. ave el concreto del euipo L y de los camiones fuera del sitio de construcción o en un área contenida, para ue no descarguen en la tierra subyacente o en las áreas alrededor. Deje secar el concreto y deshágase de él como basura. J unte el agua con la ue lavó el concreto de agregado expuesto y deshágase de ella apropiadamente fuera del sitio de construcción. RE M O VIE N D O P INT URA Limpieza después de pintar unca lave los pinceles N ni enjuague los tarros de pintura en la calle, en las cunetas, desagües pluviales o superficies de aguas (arroyos, lagos, etc.). Usando pinturas a base de agua, al terminar, pinte lo más ue pueda con la última pintura en el pincel. Enjuague los pinceles en un desagüe a las cloacas una vez ue haya obtenido el permiso de las autoridades locales del sistema de tratamiento de aguas negras. Nunca eche pintura en un desagüe. ortando con sierra y removiendo asfalto/concreto Mantenga la tierra ue se haya excavado en el sitio de construcción en un lugar donde no pueda ser acarreada a la calle. Transfiera a los camiones, en el sitio mismo de construcción y no en la calle, los materiales excavados, para transportarlos. APLIAIÓN DE ONRETO, LEHADA DE EMENTO Y MORTERO ubra completamente o erija una barrera alrededor de las rejillas de desagües de aguas pluviales cuando corte con sierra. Use tela de filtro, filtros en las bocas de admisión, o bolsas de grava para evitar ue la lechada entre en el sistema de desagües pluviales. evante con pala, absorba o L aspire la lechada producida por la sierra y deshágase de todos los residuos tan pronto como haya finalizado en un sitio, o al terminar cada día de trabajo ( lo ue sea antes!). i la lechada producida por la S sierra entra en un sumidero, límpielo inmediatamente. M AT E RIAL E S DE J ARDINE RÍA ontenga los materiales de jardinería ya apilados manteniéndolos cubiertos con lonas impermeable cuando no estén en uso activo. onga sobre paletas los P materiales de jardinería ue puedan sufrir erosión. ubra o guarde estos materiales cuando no sean activamente usados o aplicados. o continúe aplicando N cualuier material de jardinería ue pueda sufrir erosión por lo menos dos días antes de una lluvia pronosticada o durante tiempo lluvioso. sando pinturas a base de U aceite, pinte lo más ue pueda con la última pintura en el pincel y limpie el pincel con diluyente o solvente en un envase apropiado. Filtre y vuelva a usar los diluyentes y solventes. Deshágase del residuo y del diluyente/solvente como desechos peligrosos. Removiendo pintura E X T R A I ÓN D E L A GU A ontrole efectivamente toda el agua ue corra a, o dentro del sitio y la ue corra hacia afuera originada en el sitio. Desvíe toda el agua ue venga hacia el sitio para ue no llegue a las áreas disturbadas o de alguna otra manera asegúrese de cumplir con las ordenanzas. Al extraer el agua, notifiue y obtenga el permiso de la municipalidad local antes de descargar agua en la cuneta de una calle o en un desagüe de aguas pluviales. Puede ue se reuiera filtración, o desvío a través de un depósito, tanue o entrampe de sedimento. n las áreas ue se saben E contaminadas, se reuiere análisis antes de volver a usar o descargar el agua subterránea. onsulte con el ingeniero para determinar si es necesario el análisis y cómo interpretar los resultados. El agua subterránea contaminada debe ser tratada o acarreada fuera del sitio para su eliminación apropiada. Los residuos de productos uímicos para remover pintura y los trozos y polvo de pinturas marinas o de pinturas ue contienen plomo o tributylin, deben ser desechados como residuos peligrosos. Los trozos de pintura y el polvo de productos no peligrosos y removidos en seco o con ráfagas de arena pueden ser barridos o juntados en tela de plástico y echados a la basura.. Page 12 of 23 QU IE NES ONTAMI NEN LO S DESAG ÜES DE AG U A S P L U V IA L E S P U E D E N R E IB IR MU LTA S D E H A S TA $ POR D Í A!

13 DRAFT Attachment 5 Monterey Regional Stormwater Management Program SMARTS Database Annual Report Questions and Draft Submittal Answers/Uploads Question # Page # Question Proposed Answer Proposed omments Supporting Documentation to Upload Per Section E.1., did you continue to implement your previously approved storm water management plan? If 'No', please provide a brief explanation in the comments section. (Years 1-5) 1 1 (Please note: This uestion is for renewal permittees only. If you are a new permittee, please select 'NA')* Yes n/a n/a If you relied on another entity (co-permittee or SIE) to implement one or more of the permit reuirements did the co-permittee or SIE meet the permit reuirements that were implemented on your behalf? (Years 1-5) If 'Yes', please attach a copy of the agreement that you may have with the other entity. 2 1 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation.* Yes n/a Reviewed and/or revised any relevant ordinances or other regulatory mechanisms, or adopted any new ordinances or regulatory mechanisms to obtain adeuate legal authority as specified by Section E.6.a.(ii)(a-j)? (pgs , Year 2) MRSWMP Memorandum of Understanding, PE/PO ontract, MRSWMP Monitoring Program ontract If 'No', please provide a brief explanation in the 3 1 comments section. Yes n/a opy of Stormwater Ordinance ertified legal authority, as specified by section E.6.b.? (page 22, Year 2) If 'Yes", attach reuired statement signed by an authorized signatory certifying adeuate legal authority to comply with all Order reuirements. (E.6.b.(ii)(a-e), page 22). (Year 2) 4 1 If "No", please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Legal Authority ertification Statement 1 Page 13 of 23

14 DRAFT Attachment 5 Selected one or more of the Public Education and Outreach options? (E.7.a, page 25.) (Year 1) If yes, which option was selected to comply with section E.7.? Provide answer in comments section. (Year 1) 6 1 For countywide/regional collaborative option selection, upload reuired attachment: agreement confirming collaboration with other MS4s. (Year 1) * Yes 2) ontributing to a regioal outreach and education collaborative effort. MRSWMP Memorandum of Understanding, PE/PO ontract Developed and began implementation of storm water public education and outreach program as specified by section E.7.a.(ii)(a - m)? (pgs , Year 2) 7 1 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a E.7 PE/PO Annual Report Suporting Documents Developed and implemented a public education strategy that established education tasks based on water uality problems, target audiences and anticipated task effectiveness? (E.7.a.(ii)a, page26) (Year 2) 8 2 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a PE/PO Guidance Document Provided construction outreach and education training for staff implementing construction site storm water runoff control program, as specified by section E.7.b.2.a(ii)(a-c), page 28 (Year 2) 10 2 If 'NA', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Trained employees on how to incorporate pollution prevention/good housekeeping techniues into Permittee operations, as specified by section E.7.b.3.(ii)(a-d), page 30 (Year 2) 13 2 If 'NA', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Involved the public in the development and implementation of activities related to the program, as specified by section E.8.(ii)(a-e)? (Year 2) 14 2 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a reated and maintained outfall map? (E.9.a., page 31) (Year 2) E.8 Public Involvement and Participation Summary and Supporting Documents 15 2 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a opy of Outfall Map 2 Page 14 of 23

15 DRAFT Attachment 5 Included in the outfall map, location of all outfalls that are operated by the Permittee within the urbanized area, drainage areas, and land use(s) contributing to those outfalls that are operated by the Permittee, and that discharge within the Permittee's jurisdiction to a receiving water? (E.9.a(ii)(a), page 31) (Year 2) 16 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Included in the outfall map, the location (and name, where known to the Permittee) of all water bodies receiving direct discharges from those outfall pipes? (E.9.a(ii)(b), page 31) (Year 2) 17 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Included in the outfall map, priority areas, as specified in E.9.a.(ii)(c )(1-8), pages (Year 2) 18 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Included in the outfall map, field sampling stations? (E.9.a(ii)(d), page 32) (Year 2) 19 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Included in the outfall map, the permit boundary? (E.9.a(ii)(e), page 32) (Year 2) 20 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Maintained inventory of all industrial/commercial facilities/sources within the Permittee's jurisdiction (regardless of ownership) that could discharge storm water pollutants to the MS4? (E.9.b., page 32) (Year 2) 21 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Included in the inventory, the facility name, address, nature of business/activity, physical location of storm drain receiving discharge, name of receiving water and if the facility/source is tributary to a lean Water Act Section 303(d) listed water body segment or water body segment subject to a TMDL? (E.9.b(ii)(a), page 32) (Year 2) Inventory of Industrial/ommercial Facilities/Sources 22 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a 3 Page 15 of 23

16 DRAFT Attachment 5 Included in the inventory: vehicle salvage yards, metal and other recycled materials collection facilities, waste transfer facilities, vehicle mechanical repair, maintenance or cleaning; building trade central facilities or yards; corporation yards; landscape nurseries and greenhouses; building material retailers and storage; plastic manufacturers; other facilities designated by the Permittee or Regional Water Board to have reasonable potential to contribute to pollution of storm water runoff? (E.9.b(ii)(b), page 33) (Year 2) 23 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Determined if facilities that are reuired to be covered under the Statewide Industrial General Permit (IGP) have done so and notified Regional Water Board of any non-filers? (E.9.b(ii)(c), page 33) (Year 2) Attached copies of the notification of non-filers to the Regional Water Board (E.9.b(ii)(c)page 33) (Year 2) 24 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Updated the inventory annually? (E.9.b(ii)(d), page 33) (Year 2) Notifications of non-filers to the Regional Water Board 25 3 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Developed and implemented procedures to proactively identify illicit discharges originating from priority areas identified in Section E.9.a.(ii)(c ), at least once over the length of the permit term. OR, established a selfcertification program where Permittees reuire reports from authorized parties demonstrating the prevention and elimination of illicit discharges at their facilities in priority areas at least once over the length of the permit term? (E.9.b(ii)(e), page 33) (Year 2) 26 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a onducted field sampling of any outfalls that were flowing or ponding when it had been more than 72 hours after the last rain event (i.e., were suspected of illicit discharges) during outfall mapping inventory (under section E.9.a., page 31)? (E.9.c., page 34) (Year 2) 27 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a 4 Page 16 of 23

17 DRAFT Attachment 5 onducted monitoring for the parameters listed in Table 1 (page 34), or for parameters selected by Permittee based on local knowledge of pollutants of concern? (E.9.c(ii)(a), page 34) (Year 2) If tailored parameter action levels, attach justification and modifications to parameters 28 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Verified that indicator parameter action levels in Table 2 (page 35), or tailored parameter action levels were not exceeded? (E.9.c.(ii)(b), page 35) (Year 2) If tailored parameter action levels, attach justification and modifications to parameter action levels If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a onducted follow-up investigations per Section E.9.d. if the action level concentrations were exceeded? (E.9.c(ii)(c ), page 35) (Year 2) 30 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Developed written procedures for conducting investigations into the source of all suspected illicit discharges? (E.9.d.ii(a-e), page 36) (Year 2) 31 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Investigated within 24 hours, non-storm water discharges suspected of being sanitary sewage and/or significantly contaminated? (E.9.d.(ii)(a), page 36) (Year 2) 32 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a opies of the Reports and their Outcomes Prioritized investigations of suspected sanitary sewage and/or significantly contaminated discharges over investigations of non-storm water discharges suspected of being cooling water, wash water, or natural flows? (E.9.d.(ii)(b), page 36) (Year 2) 33 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a 5 Page 17 of 23

18 DRAFT Attachment 5 Reported immediately the occurrence of any flows believed to be an immediate threat to human health or the environment to local Health Department? (E.9.d.(ii)(c), page 36? (Year 2) 34 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Determined and documented through investigations the source of all non-storm water discharges? (E.9.d.(ii)(d), page 36) (Year 2) 35 4 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Implemented corrective actions to eliminate illicit discharges as specified in section E.9.d.(ii)(e), page 36. (Year 2) opies of the Reports and their Outcomes opies of the Reports and their 36 5 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Outcomes Developed and implemented a spill response plan? (E.9.e., page 36) (Year 1) If 'No', please provide a brief 37 5 explanation. Yes n/a n/a Developed an enforceable construction site storm water runoff control ordinance for all projects that disturb less than one acre of soil? (E.10., page 37) (Year 2) 38 5 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Upload a copy of Stormwater Runoff ontrol Ordinance 39 reated, maintained, and continuously updated an inventory of all projects subject to local construction site storm water runoff control ordinance according to the minimum reuirements listed in section E.10.a(ii)(a-h)? (E.10.a., page 37) (Year 1) If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. 5 Yes n/a n/a 40 5 Developed procedures that include the minimum reuirements listed in section E.10.b(ii)(a-e) to review and approve construction plan documents? (i.e., erosion and sediment control plans). (E.10.b., page 38) (Year 1) If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Used legal authority to implement procedures for inspecting public and private construction projects and conducted enforcement as necessary? (E.10.c, page 39). (Year 2) 41 5 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Yes n/a n/a 6 Page 18 of 23

19 DRAFT Attachment 5 onducted inspections, at a minimum, at priority construction sites prior to land disturbance, during active construction and following active construction? (E.10.c.(ii), page 39) (Year 2) 42 5 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Included in inspection, an assessment of compliance with the Permittee's construction site storm water control ordinance and other applicable ordinances? (E.10.c., page 39) (Year 2) Summary including the number of construction sites that were inspected (divide into less than 1 acre and greater than 1 acre), if there were violations, how they were corrected, and that the number inspected constituted 100% of the sites subject to the inspection reuirements If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Active site inspections included inspections of BMP maintenance, BMP effectiveness and verification of no pollutant of concern discharge? (E.10.c.(ii), page 39) (Year 2) 44 5 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Based inspection prioritization criteria on project threat to water uality (includes soil erosion potential, site slope, project size and type, sensitivity of receiving water bodies, proximity to receiving water bodies, nonstorm water discharges, projects more than one acre that are not subject to the GP and past record of noncompliance)? (E.10.c.(ii), page 39) (Year 2) 45 6 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Developed and maintained an inventory of Permitteeowned or operated facilities within your jurisdiction that are a threat to water uality, as specified in E.11.a(ii), page 40. (Year 2) 46 6 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Developed and submitted a map that identifies the location of inventoried Permittee-owned/operated facilities, storm drainage system corresponding to the each of the facilities and the receiving water, facility name and management including contact information? (E.11.b., page 41) (Year 2) 47 6 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Inventory of Permittee-owned and operated faciliites Map of inventoried Permitteeowned/operated facilities 7 Page 19 of 23

20 DRAFT Attachment 5 Implemented procedures to assess and prioritize maintenance of storm drain system infrastructure and assigned a high priority to each catch basin meeting any of the criteria listed in section E.11.f(ii)(1-5), page 44? (Year 2) 52 6 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Implemented a landscape design and maintenance program to reduce the amount of water, pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers used by Permittee? (E.11.j., page 47) (Year 2) 65 8 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Evaluated pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers used and application activities performed and identified pollution prevention and source control opportunities? (E.11.j(ii)(a), page 47) (Year 2) If 'No', please provide a brief explanation Implemented practices that reduced the discharge of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers as specified in section E.11.j(ii)(b)(1-4), page 47-48)? (Year 2) If 'No', please provide a brief explanation Implemented educational activities for municipal applicators and distributors? (E.11.j(ii)(b)(1), page 47) (Year 2) Yes Yes n/a n/a 68 8 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Implemented landscape management measures that rely on non-chemical solutions, including the measures specified in section E.11.j.(ii)(b)(2)(a-i), page 47? (Year 2) 69 8 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a ollected and properly disposed of unused pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers? (E.11.j(ii)(b)(3), page 48)(Year2) 70 8 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a Minimized irrigation runoff by using an evapotranspiration-based irrigation schedule and rain sensors? (E.11.j(ii)(b)(4), page 48), (Year 2) 71 8 If 'No', please provide a brief explanation. Yes n/a 8 Page 20 of 23

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