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<br />Summary of Relevant Requirements for Comprehensive Monitoring Plan <br />SourceApplicable ProvisionsPotential Monitoring Options <br />Requirement <br />Comments <br />Discharges shall not cause or Town of Truckee (TOT) & Placer MS4 permit Attachment 4 Receiving water sampling at May include compliance points in Basin <br />1 <br />contribute to an exceedance of MS4 Permit, Lahontan Basin Receiving Water Limitations A.1., selected compliance points.Plan as well as other points depending <br />water quality standards.Plan prohibitionBasin Plan Implementation on nature of drainage network and <br />chapter.location of significant sources. <br />For applicable new development, Town of Truckee (TOT) & Placer MS4 permit Minimum Control Demonstrate/track compliance May be most appropriately addressed <br />2 <br />peak storm water discharge rates MS4 PermitMeasure (MCM) D.2.e. and with requirements using hydro-through provisions in the SWMP, <br />shall not exceed pre-development Attachment 4 Design Standards modification modeling, low impact codes, and ordinances. Selected <br />where there is the potential to B.2.a. & (LID) specifications, approach may also have the potential to <br />increase downstream erosion. various rapid assessment or address Martis Valley Community Plan <br />Incorporation of volumetric or flow-other approaches.(MVCP) cumulative effects <br />based treatment control design requirement. <br />standards for new development. <br />Identify significant source areas TOT & Placer MS4 permit, MS4 permit MCM D.2.f and Drainage and source areas Monitoring must be able to identify <br />3 <br />and minimize storm water pollutants Truckee River (TR) TMDLAttachment 4 Design Standards mapping (including legacy sites), pollutants of concern and demonstrate <br />of concern.B.2.c., 13267 letter, TR TMDL.discharge point sampling, effectiveness of control measures. <br />receiving water sampling, Monitoring may overlap considerably <br />bioassessment.with requirement #s 1 and 7. Selected <br />monitoring may also have the potential <br />to address (MVCP) cumulative effects <br />requirement. <br />Protect slopes and channels from TOT & Placer MS4 permit, TR MS4 permit MCM D.2.e. and Visual assessment of new Selected monitoring may also have the <br />4 <br />erosion.TMDLAttachment 4 Design Standards development projects and legacy potential to address (MVCP) cumulative <br />B.2.d., 13267 letter, TR TMDL.impacts.effects requirement. <br />Provide proof of ongoing BMP TOT & Placer MS4 permitMS4 permit MCM D.2.e & f. and Visual inspections and reporting. <br />5 <br />maintenance.Attachment 4 Design Standards <br />B.2.h. <br />Properly designed outdoor TOT & Placer MS4 permitMS4 permit MCM D.2.f. and Visual inspection, discharge <br />6 <br />material/storage and pollution Attachment 4 Design Standards sampling. <br />prevention/good housekeeping for B.2.f. & g. <br />municipal operations. <br />Description of layout and operation TOT & Placer MS4 permit13267 letter.Mapping of drainage areas, May have considerable overlap with <br />7 <br />of storm water system.outfalls, and relevant source requirement #3. <br />types based on land uses. <br />Illicit discharge detectionTOT & Placer MS4 permitMS4 permit MCM D.2.c.Visual inspection. <br />8 <br />Road sand trackingTOT & Placer MS4 permit, TR MS4 permit MCM D.2.f. and TR Record keeping. <br />9 <br />TMDLTMDL. <br />Squaw Creek Bioassessment & Squaw Creek TMDLTMDL Monitoring ProgramBioassessment per Herbst Need SAP from Lahontan Water Board <br />10 <br />physical habitatprotocol <br />