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MEMO 
To:   
Board of Directors 
From:   
District Manager 
SUBJECT:   DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING SUSTAINABLE 
GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT ACT - BASIN BOUNDARIES 
DATE:  
OCTOBER 15, 2015 
RECOMMENDATION 
It  is  recommended  that  the  Board  of  Directors  review  the  attached  proposal  by 
HydroMetrics, WRI and authorize staff to work collaboratively with the Scotts Valley Water 
District,  the  County  of  Santa  Cruz  and  other  Santa  Margarita  Groundwater  Basin 
stakeholders in  complying  with  the  2014  Sustainable  Groundwater  Management  Act 
(SGMA),  including  the financial  participation  in  hiring HydroMetrics,  WRI to assist in 
preparing  and  submitting  to  DWR  a  Basin  Boundary  Revision  request  on  behalf  of 
SLVWD, SVWD and the County of Santa Cruz. 
BACKGROUND 
In 1995, a group of local agencies established the Santa Margarita Groundwater Basin 
in 
Advisory Committee and became signatories to a Memorandum of Understanding that 
outlined  the  objectives  for  the  cooperative  groundwater  management  of  the  Santa 
Margarita Groundwater Basin. 
On  September  16,  2014,  Gov.  Jerry  Brown  signed  the  Sustainable  Groundwater 
Management Act of 2014 (SGMA). The SGMA provides a framework for sustainable 
management of groundwater supplies by local authorities. Recognizing that groundwater 
is most effectively managed at the local level, the SGMA empowers local agencies to 
to 
achieve  sustainability  within  20  years.  SGMA  establishes  minimum  standards  for 
sustainable groundwater management, improves land use and groundwater planning, 
provides state technical assistance, protects water rights, and creates a mechanism for 
state intervention if a local agency is not managing its groundwater sustainability. 
North Santa Cruz County communities rely on groundwater for a major portion of their 
water supply. To that end, the San Lorenzo Valley Water District (SLVWD), Scotts Valley 
ley 
Water District (SVWD), and County of Santa Cruz (County) recognize that sustainable 
groundwater management is essential to ensure reliable and resilient water systems and 
desire to continue working collaboratively on the implementation of SGMA. 
MA. 
The first step in successful groundwater management is to define a groundwater basin. 
In 2002 the State of California Department of Water Resources (DWR) issued Bulletin 
118, defining a groundwater basin as, “… a three-dimensional alluvial aquifer, or a stacked 
ed 
series of alluvial aquifers, with reasonably well-defined boundaries in a lateral direction 
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and a definable bottom.” This description does not accurately reflect the groundwater 
basins supporting the North Santa Cruz County communities. The disconnect between 
DWR definition and local groundwater sources is evident by the States designations of 
the Felton basin (no. 3-50) as a relatively small area of exposed alluvial deposits along 
the San Lorenzo River where no wells exist, and the Scotts Valley basin (no. 3-27) as a 
relatively small area of thin alluvial deposits in Camp Evers. These designations do not 
encompass the actual sandstone aquifers upon which the local communities rely. 
It is important to the local communities that the State properly identifies and recognizes 
groundwater basin boundaries for our mutually shared aquifers. 
Tonight, staff is requesting that the Board commit SLVWD to work with the other two 
wo 
agencies and engage other stakeholders in revising basin boundaries, the first step in the 
he 
creation of a Groundwater Management Agency (GSA) and developing a Groundwater 
Sustainability Plan (GSP).  
Staff of the three agencies met and agreed that securing services of a consultant to 
prepare and submit the boundary change request to DWR would be a preferred course of 
action. Hydrometrics WRI was identified as a good match for the task at hand considering 
very  tight  schedule,  the  firm’s  expertise  in  this  field  and  knowledge  of  the  local 
groundwater issues. A proposal from Hydrometrics for preparation of a basin boundary 
revision request to the State is attached. Staff is agreeable that SVWD will be the lead 
agency  for  the  consultant  contract  services  with  SLVWD  and  County  proportionally 
reimbursing SVWD for related expenses based on the following calculation: 
Agency 
2012 Groundwater 
Production (acre-ft) 
Proportional 
Percentage 
(%) 
Proposal 
Cost ($) 
Scotts Valley Water 
District 
1,351 
53% 
$20,379 
San Lorenzo Valley 
Water District 
1,004 
39% 
$14,996 
County of Santa Cruz 
198 
8% 
$3,075 
The agencies agree that no costs beyond those above will be allocated between the 
agencies unless all parties agree prior to the cost occurring. 
STRATEGIC PLAN:  
Element 7.1 Develop Strategic Partnerships with Other Agencies 
FISCAL IMPACT:  
$14,996 in Capital Costs 
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Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 12:14:31 PM Pacific Standard Time
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Subject:
RE: Response to ques-on on request combina-on - Basin Boundary Webinar Dec 17, 2015 -
Date:
Friday, January 22, 2016 at 11:53:59 AM Pacific Standard Time
From:
Cameron Tana
To:
Godwin, Timothy@DWR
CC:
Sean Culkin, Derrik Williams, rond@soquelcreekwater.org, John Ricker,
RMenard@cityofsantacruz.com, Chris-ne BurneV, Piret Harmon, Brian Lee, Mathis,
Dane@DWR, McKenzie, Charles@DWR
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Hi Tim,
 
Thank you for your prompt response and agreement with our approach.  We will provide the reference to
coordina-on as requested.
 
-- 
Cameron Tana, P.E. 
Vice President 
HydroMetrics Water Resources Inc 
1814 Franklin Street, Suite 501
Oakland, CA 94612 
Phone: (510) 903-0458 x302 
hVp://www.HydroMetricsWRI.com
 
From: Godwin, Timothy@DWR [mailto:Timothy.Godwin@water.ca.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, January 21, 2016 5:17 PM
To: Cameron Tana
Cc: Sean Culkin; Derrik Williams; rond@soquelcreekwater.org; John Ricker; RMenard@cityofsantacruz.com;
Christine Burnett; Piret Harmon; Brian Lee (BLee@slvwd.com); Mathis, Dane@DWR; McKenzie, Charles@DWR
Subject: RE: Response to question on request combination - Basin Boundary Webinar Dec 17, 2015 -
 
Cameron,
Thank you for reaching out and leeng us know your inten-on with these two modifica-on requests.  We also
saw the complexity with consolida-ng these requests and concur that the approach you suggest is most
appropriate.  We would like to see some reference to the other requests and men-on to the coordinated
discussion of the coincident boundaries, just so the rela-onship between the two is clear and not handled in
an isolated manner.  Let me know if you would like to discuss any further.
Thank you,
 
Tim Godwin, P.G. 8055, C.HG. 859
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