On Tuesday, the Turlock Irrigation District (TID) Board of Directors is expected to:
· Receive the Treasurer's report on TID's investment portfolio and investment activity. Assistant General Manager of Financial Services Joe Malaski will also deliver his monthly report on activites of the Financial Services Administration.
· Hear regular weekly updates on electrical service, power generation and purchasing, and irrigation water supplies.
· Approve the sale or salvage of surplus property, including various Blackberry cell phones.
· Continue the process to add parcels to three different irrigation improvement districts.
A total of 4.72 acres, owned by Michael C. Dunn and Ida May Dunn, will apply for inclusion to the Bourdil Ditch. The Kollmeyer Ditch will add 12 acres owned by Phillip M. Yori Trust 38.80-acres owned by JKL Orchards, LLC, 0.90 acres owned by Weststeyn Revocable Trust, and 38.19-acres owned by Edward A. Amador, Jr. and Carlene Amador. The Souza-Rocha Pump district would add 101.5 acres, owned by a Souza family trust.
· Change the meeting time of the TID board's regularly scheduled Feb. 5 meeting from 9 a.m. to 8 a.m.
· Consider a resolution amending an agreement between the district and the Transmission Agency of Northern California, which exists to build and operate high-capacity, high-voltage power transmission lines.
· Adopt a resolution regarding reimbursement of advances from capital projects. The resolution, required under Department of Treasury guidelines, states that TID intends to use proceeds of indebtedness to reimburse itself for future project expenditures.
· Finalize the creation of the Miller Micro-Sprinkler District, an improvement district which will become the first pressurized, sprinkler-only improvement district served by TID.
The Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the TID Board Room, located in the TID Main Office, 333 E. Canal Dr.
To review the complete agenda, visit: http://tid.org/news-resources/minutes-agendas/meetings.
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