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Dear Ms. Harder:

The Central Valley Clean Water Association (“CVCWA”) appreciates the opportunity to submit comments on the tentative Waste Discharge Requirements for the City of Lodi White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility (“Tentative Order”). CVCWA is a non-­‐profit association of public agencies located within the Central Valley region that provide wastewater collection, treatment, and water recycling services to millions of Central Valley residents and businesses. We approach these matters with the perspective of balancing environmental and economic interests consistent with state and federal law. In this spirit, we provide the following comments on the effluent limitation for temperature, reasonable potential determinations based on best professional judgment and the turbidity discussion in the Fact Sheet.

Dear Mr. Harvey:
The Central Valley Clean Water Association (CVCWA) appreciates the opportunity to submit these comments on the tentative Waste Discharge Requirements Order No. R5-2013-XXXX, Planada Community Services District Wastewater Treatment Facility (Tentative Order). CVCWA is a non-profit association of public agencies located within the Central Valley region that provide wastewater collection, treatment, and water recycling services to millions of Central Valley residents and businesses. We approach these matters with the perspective of balancing environmental and economic interests consistent with state and federal law. In this spirit, we provide the following comments regarding the Tentative Order’s requirements for Salinity and Nutrient Management Plans.

Dear Ms. Thayer:
The Central Valley Clean Water Association (CVCWA) appreciates the opportunity to submit comments on the tentative Waste Discharge Requirements for the Placer County Sewer Maintenance District 3 (District) Wastewater Treatment Plant (Tentative Order). CVCWA is a non-profit association of public agencies located within the Central Valley region that provide wastewater collection, treatment and water recycling services to millions of Central Valley residents and businesses. We approach these matters with the perspective of balancing environmental and economic interests consistent with state and federal law. In this spirit, we
provide the following comments regarding the Tentative Order’s justification for Biological Oxygen Demand and Total Suspended Solids effluent limitations.