A light agenda awaits the Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Directors are expected to:
• Consider establishing a deferred regulatory asset account, representing the outstanding debt on TID's Fuel Cell project.
The 1.2 megawatt powerplant was installed in 2007, but never operated up to expectations. The Fuel Cell has since been taken out of service.
• Continue the improvement district inclusion process, adding 16.7 acres owned by B-6 Dairy to the Carlson-Jerner-DeLong Ditch.
• Hear weekly updates on electrical service, power generation, and irrigation water availability.
The TID Board of Directors will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the Board Room of the TID Main Office Building, 333 E. Canal Dr.