San Andreas, CA — As required by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board, Calaveras County has recently completed a Storm Water Management Plan.
The Board of Supervisors will review a final draft of the plan during a study session at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The Control Board called for the plan when it designated select communities as separate storm water sewer systems.
The plan includes a comprehensive program with pollutant control measures such as public outreach, construction site controls and post construction management.
County Public Works Director Rob Houghton says the Control Board has reviewed the plan and sent back several comments, which are included in this final report.
The plan will need to come back to the board for formal approval at a later date.
The board meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the county Government Center in San Andreas.
Written by Vanessa Turner.