Califorinia - Rubicon Trail Interested Parties

The Lyin King

Public Lands Advocate
The Regional Water Board will consider adoption of a Cleanup and Abatement Order requiring El Dorado County and the United States Department of Agriculture, El Dorado National Forest, to cleanup and abate water quality impacts from the Rubicon Trail.

The hearing on this matter is scheduled for the Regional Water Boards regular meeting on 23 April 2009, and will not begin before 1:00 p.m. As described in the Summary Agenda, the meeting will be held at the Regional Water Boards office in Rancho Cordova, CA.

In order to save resources, only El Dorado County and the United States Department of Agriculture, El Dorado National Forest are being sent a paper copy of the proposed Order and the agenda materials.

This availability of agenda materials notice is being sent through the mail to the interested parties for whom we do not have an e-mail address.

The majority of the over 3,800 interested parties are receiving this notice by e-mail.

Interested parties may find the agenda materials on the Regional Water Boards web site after 5:00 p.m. on 10 April 2009 at . . .
Central Valley Water Board by clicking on the agenda for the 23/24 April 2009 Board meeting.

The following agenda items are available on the Water Board website:
summary agenda, buff sheet, prosecution team staff report with attachments, prosecution teams proposed Order with attachment, draft Order dated 23 January 2009, and public comments on the draft Order.

The Hearing Procedures for this item are being prepared by the Adjudicatory Team counsel and will be distributed shortly.

If you have any questions regarding the agenda package or would like to request a paper copy of the agenda materials, please contact Marty Hartzell at

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