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RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY COUNCIL <br />AGENDA REPORT <br />AGENDA DESCRIPTION: <br />MEETING DATE: 06/21/2016 <br />AGENDA HEADING: Consent Calendar <br />Consideration and possible action to award a Professional Services Agreement to John <br />L. Hunter and Associates, Inc., for stormwater quality consulting services. <br />RECOMMENDED COUNCIL ACTION: <br />1) Adopt the Enhanced Watershed Management Program (EWMP) developed by <br />the Peninsula Watershed Management Group (WMG) and recently approved by <br />the Regional Water Quality Control Board; <br />2) Award a four-year Professional Services Agreement to John L. Hunter and <br />Associates, Inc., in the amount of $690,784 for stormwater quality consulting <br />services including implementation of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination <br />System (NPDES) Permit requirements, implementation of the EWMP in <br />conjunction with other agencies party to the Peninsula WMG and coordination of <br />the CIMP on behalf of the Peninsula WMG; and, <br />3) Authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the agreement subject to approval <br />as to form by the City Attorney. <br />FISCAL IMPACT: The anticipated costs for the first year of this program are included in <br />the proposed budget for FY16-17, no additional appropriation is required. <br />Amount Budgeted: <br />Additional Appropriation: <br />Account Number(s): <br />$462,000 (proposed for FY16-17) <br />None for FY16-17 <br />101-3007-431-32-00 <br />ORIGINATED BY: Andy Winje PE, Senior Engineer <br />REVIEWED BY: Michael Throne, PE, Director of Public Works <br />APPROVED BY: Doug Willmore, City Manager.. -` <br />ATTACHED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: <br />A. Professional Services Agreement with John L. Hunter and Associates, Inc. <br />(page A-1) <br />EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: <br />Since 1994, John L. Hunter and Associates, Inc. (JLHA) has provided the City with <br />professional stormwater quality consulting services to meet the ever-increasing <br />demands of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program and <br />Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit requirements. The current <br />three-year contract expires at the end of the current fiscal year, and Staff is seeking to <br />1 <br />