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  • 1. Storm Water Program Performance / Report Cards Discussion with State Water Board EXEC February 14, 2013
  • 2. 1.11 2 0.73 4.95 2.71 1.93 0.72 3.36 1.24 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Stormwater Municipal Stormwater Industrial Stormwater Construction PYs by Sub Program (ORPP survey)
  • 3. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Stormwater Construction Stormwater Industrial 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Normalized Construction and Ind. Inspection Targets/PY
  • 4. State Water Controls (sic) Dials • Strategic planning • Permit reissuance schedule • Permit complexity • Training and development • Research and fact finding • LEADERSHIP Switches • Target guidelines • Roles of RB vs SB • Budget (personnel) • Budget (contract) • Policies (and policies) • MANAGEMENT
  • 5. Observations • Regional priorities differ – RB 3 prioritizes municipal over industrial and construction • Targets and resource relationships not well aligned or consistent • Audits are large beans (perhaps not worth counting) • Most RBs are on track to meet or exceed targets by end of FY 12/13 • Some will exceed targets by ridiculous amounts – better target discussion needed • Resources for “compliance assessment” represent small portion of overall work done statewide
  • 6. Steps Being Taken Now (Dials) • Storm Water RT meets and discusses performance measures and targets regularly • Subgroup of program managers has met for >1 yr to develop a strategy to overhaul and improve program – “Overhaul Team” • Overhaul Team is following example of RB3 priority setting exercise and will align resources to work towards better watershed regulatory framework • This includes discussion of measurement/target choice and setting processes (planning)
  • 7. What is Needed from Executive Management • Support for Overhaul Team to develop and present draft strategy to EXEC • Support for program development (training, APM chapters, statewide teams for permit and policy work, etc.) • Support for how resource allocation should align better with targets at RBs (e.g., target/PY “floors”) • Direction on setting SB measures and targets (hold us accountable) • More program accountability
  • 8. Key SB Program Tasks FY 12/13 • Reissue statewide permit(s) • Develop program strategy (incl. monitoring) • Explore target setting guidelines using cost factors and PYs (floor and ceiling) • Advocate for resource shift (either real or virtual) to SB to support more statewide efforts and serve as “inspection backup” • Work with PG Env. to do a “tech transfer” on inspections and audits