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City Comments on Proposed Prohibition
  • Letter from Jenkins & Hogin, LLP (City Attorney) on Behalf of the City of Malibu - July 9, 2010
  • Exhibit A - City's Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Proposal Map
  • Exhibit B - Egoscue's Post-Public Comment Alternative Map
  • Exhibit C-1 - Request for Reconsideration of Resolution No. R4-2009-007
  • Exhibit C-2 - Malibu Civic Center Area Map
  • Exhibit C-3 - Multi-Tiered Approach Using Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction for Tracking Sources of Fecal Pollution to Santa Monica Bay, CA (February 28,2005); Rachel T. Noble, et al
  • Exhibit C-4 - City's Comments regarding Bacteria TMDL for Malibu Creek Watershed
  • Exhibit C-5 - Impacts of Stormwater Discharges on the Nearshore Environment of Santa Monica Bay; Steve Bay, et al
  • Exhibit C-6 - Fecal Indicator Bacteria (FIB) Levels during Dry Weather from Southern California Reference Streams (August 14, 2008); Liesl L. Tiefenthaler, et al.
  • Exhibit C-7 - Evaluation of Rapid Methods and Novel Indicators for Assessing Microbiological Beach Water Quality; (September 8,2009); John F. Griffith, et al.
  • Exhibit C-8 - Enumeration and Speciation of Enterococci Found in Marine and Intertidal Sediments and Coastal Water in Southern California (January 25,2005); D. M. Feguson, et al.
  • Exhibit C-9 - Assessing Pathogen Risk to Swimmers at Non-Sewage Impacted Recreational Beaches (February 15, 2010); Mary E. Schoen, et al.
  • Exhibit C-10 - The Health Effects of Swimming in Ocean Water Contaminated by Storm Drain Runoff (1999); Robert H. Haile, et al.
  • Exhibit C-11 - Water Quality Indicators and the Risk of Illness at Beaches with Nonpoint Sources of Fecal Contamination (January, 2007); John M. Colford, Jr., et al.
  • Exhibit C-12 - Sources of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in Urban Streams and Ocean Beaches, Santa Barbara, CA (September 10, 2009); John A. Izbicki, et al.
  • Exhibit C-13 - Retrospective Evaluation of Shoreline Water Quality Along Santa Monica Bay Beaches; Kenneth C. Schiff, et al.
  • Exhibit C-14 - Relationship Between Rainfall and Beach Bacterial Concentrations on Santa Monica Bay Beaches; Drew Ackerman, et al.
  • Exhibit C-15 - Pathogens and Indicators in Storm Drains within the Santa Monica Bay Watershed (June 1992); Mark Gold, et al.
  • Exhibit C-16 - Multi-Tiered Approach Using Quantitative PCR to Track Sources of Fecal Pollution Affecting Santa Monica Bay, CA (November 16, 2005); Rachel T. Nobel, et al.
  • Exhibit C-17 - Coastal Groundwater Dynamics off Santa Barbara, California: Combining geochemical tracers, electromagnetic seep meters, and electrical resistivity (March 15,2009); Peter W. Swarzenski, et al.
  • Exhibit C-18 - October 29,2009 Letter from USGS
  • Exhibit C-19 - Investigation of FIB and Human-Specific Bacteroidales within Malibu Creek & Lagoon (2009); Dr. Richard Ambrose, et al.
  • Exhibit C-20 - Malibu Lagoon Bacteria Study Synopsis; Richard F. Ambrose, et al.
  • Exhibit C-21 - Evaluation of Rapid Microbiological Methods for Measuring Recreational Water Quality (May 2006); John F. Griffith, et al.
  • Exhibit C-22 - Epidemiology Study at Nonpoint Source Contaminated Beaches; Ken Schiff
  • Exhibit C-23 - Final Report and Abatement Plan for the Redondo Beach Pier Pilot Project (February 24,2010); County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
  • Exhibit C-24 - Letter from RWQCB re: Response to City's Request for Reconsideration
  • Exhibit C-25 - Email from Ms. Erickson re: Response Letter to Chair Lutz
  • Exhibit D - October 29, 2009 Letter to RWQCB Requesting Recirculation
  • Exhibit E - Map Representing Support for City's Proposal
  • Exhibit F - USGS Letter for Task 1 results dated June 28, 2010 and corresponding Study description
  • Exhibit G - UCLA 2009 Investigation of Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Human-specific Bacteroides marker in Malibu Creek, Lagoon and Surfrider Beach
  • Exhibit H - October 8, 2009 Comment Letter to RWQCB
  • Exhibit I - October 13, 2009 Letter to Elizabeth Erickson
  • Exhibit J - October 13, 2009 email from Ms. Erickson re: including studies in administrative record
  • Exhibit K - Email to Ms. Erickson with Additional Studies attached
  • Exhibit L - January 11, 2010 Letter from USGS
  • Exhibit M - Email to Ms. Erikson re: City Responses to RWQCB Staff's Responses to Comments
  • Exhibit N - Malibu's Responses to RWQCB Staff's Responses to Comments
  • Exhibit O-1 - June 28, 2010 Letter from USGS
  • Exhibit O-2 - Summary of 2009 UCLA Study in Malibu Lagoon
  • Exhibit O-3 - Civic Center Hydrology Study
  • Exhibit O-4 - UCLA Study re: High Levels of Unhealthy Bacteria Found in Sand at L.A. Beaches
  • Exhibit O-5 - Modeling the dry-weather tidal cycling of fecal indicator bacteria in surface waters of an intertidal wetland (2005); B.F. Sanders, et al.
  • Exhibit O-6 - Frequent occurrence of the human-specific Bacteroides fecal marker at an open coast marine beach: relationship to waves, tides and traditional indicators
  • Exhibits O-7 through O-11
    • O-7 - Enterococci Concentrations in Diverse Coastal Environments Exhibit Extreme Variability
    • O-8 - Public Mis-Notification of Coastal Water Quality: A Probabilistic Evaluation of Posting Errors at Huntington Beach
    • O-9 - Final Report: Identification and Control of Non-Point Sources of Microbial Pollution in a Coastal Watershed
    • O-10 - Bacterial Contamination at Huntington Beach-Is it From a Local Offshore Wastewater Outfall?
    • O-11 - Generation of Enterococci Bacteria in a Coastal Saltwater Marsh and Its Impact on Surf Zone Water Quality
  • Exhibit O-12 - Lower Malibu Creek and Lagoon Resource Enhancement and Management (2001); Richard Ambrose, et al.
  • Exhibits P through T
    • P - Map of Malibu Civic Area
    • Q - January 20, 2009 Letter to RWQCB re: CEQA Scoping Meeting, Proposal and Comments on Groundwater Basins
    • R - Department of Water Resources-Malibu Valley Groundwater Basin
    • S - Map of Malibu Beach Quadrangle
    • T - Map of Malibu Beach Quadrangle Seismic Hazard Zones

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