TID Regular Board Meeting Agenda 04-07-09

Turlock Irrigation District
Regular Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
9:00 a.m.
Board Room
Main Office Building
333 East Canal Drive
Turlock, California
Phillip N. Short – Division 1
Charles Fernandes, President – Division 2
Michael C. Berryhill, Sr. – Division 3
Rob Santos – Division 4
Randy Fiorini, Vice President – Division 5
        All matters listed hereunder will be acted upon by a single vote of the Board.     There will
        be no individual discussion of these items unless a member of the Board or the public so
        requests, in which event the matter shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and
        considered as a separate agenda item.
            1. Approval of minutes of the regular meeting of March 31 and April 1, 2009.
            2. Approval of Turlock Irrigation District checks dated April 7, 2009.
        Interested   persons   in the audience are welcome    to introduce any topic within the
        District’s jurisdiction. Matters presented under this heading may be discussed, but no
        action will be taken by the Board at this meeting.
D.      PUBLIC HEARING – 9:00 a.m.
           1. Resolution of Final Order of the Turlock Irrigation District Board of
               Directors Approving Inclusion of Additional Land into Improvement District
               No. 1328, known as the Souza Pump District
               Conduct hearing and consider approval of the inclusion of additional land, 18.50-
               acres, APN 058-026-005; and 35.30-acres, APN 058-026-006, owned by A & N
               Zylstra 1999 Trust, into Improvement District No. 1328, known as the
               Souza Pump District.
               – Mike Kavarian, Supervising Civil Engineering Technician
           1. Electrical System Update
               – Renee Cargill, Service Division Manager
           2. Power Report
               – Bill Bacca, Trading & Scheduling Division Manager
           3. Water Report
               – Jason Carkeet, Utility Analyst
           4. Water Distribution Report
               – Todd Troglin, Water Distribution Department Manager
           1. Resolution Amending the TID Job Classification Manual
               Consider amending the job classification manual by adding four new job
               classifications for AGM Business Development and Planning, Cashiering Division
               Manager, Chief Financial Officer/AGM Financial Services, Energy Markets
               Department Manager; and deleting two job classifications of AGM Financial
               Services and Director of Energy Markets.
               – Martin Purdy, Director of Human Resources
           2. Resolution Amending the TID MSPC Employees’ Resolution
               Consider amending the Managerial, Supervisory, Professional and Confidential
               Employees’ Resolution dated April 7, 2009, to place the classifications of AGM
               Business Development and Planning, Cashiering Division Manager, Chief
               Financial Officer/AGM Financial Services and Energy Markets Department
               Manager in the salary grade ranges.
               – Martin Purdy, Director of Human Resources
           3. Resolution Approving Transfer of Funds from the Electric Rate
               Stabilization Account for the Purpose of Leveling Electric Rates
               Consider approval of the transfer of $8,000,000 from the Electric Rate
               Stabilization Account to mitigate the costs in the Power Supply Adjustment as
               incorporated in the rate action taken by the Board of Directors at the December
               16, 2008 meeting.
               – Joe E. Malaski, AGM Financial Services
G.       REPORTS
            1. Engineering & Operations Administration Report
               – Casey Hashimoto, AGM Engineering & Operations
            1. Conference with Real Property Negotiator
               California Government Code Section 54956.8
               Conference with Real Property Negotiator to receive authorization to negotiate
               for interests in real property for the Grayson Substation Project in Ceres,
               California, located within Stanislaus County.
               – Greg Tucker, Engineering & Operations Department Manager
               – Casey Hashimoto, AGM Engineering & Operations
           The next scheduled regular meeting is April 14, 2009 at 9:00 a.m.

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