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1 MINUTES ADJOURNED REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARDOF DIRECTORS OF ELSINORE VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2021 The Adjourned Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors of Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District was held via teleconference, through a call-in number clearly noted on the meeting Agenda, posted in accordance with the Brown Act. Directors Present Phil Williams, President Darcy M. Burke, Vice President Harvey Ryan, Treasurer Andy Morris Staff Present Greg Thomas, General Manager Ganesh Krishnamurthy, Assistant General Manager Eng. and Operations Robert Hartwig, Assistant General Manager Business Services Steve Anderson, General Counsel Terese Quintanar, District Secretary Christy Gonzalez, Executive Assistant/Deputy Board Secretary Susie Evans, Sr. Executive Assistant Margie Armstrong, Director of Strategic Programs Jason Dafforn, Director of Engineering and Water Resources Jase Warner, Director of Operations Jennifer Dancho, Director of Human Resources Greg Morrison, Government Relations Officer Tim Collie, Water Operations Manager Darryn Flexman, Interim Director of Information Technology Skyler Munson, Executive Assistant Christina Henry, Community Relations Manager Bonnie Woodrome, Community Affairs Supervisor Mike Ali, Water Quality Administrator Scott Thompson, Accounting Manager Scott Hooper, Field Maintenance Worker I David Smith, Maintenance Manager Art Landeros, Accountant III Natalee Dee, Accountant III Others Present Lutfi Kharuf, Best Best & Krieger Habib Isaac Kim Cousins Cameron Corbett Public

2 Minutes June 24, 2021 Page 2 of 6 CALL TO ORDER The meeting was called to order by President Williams at 6:05 p.m. He announced that Director McBride resigned from his position as Director for Division 3 for Elsinore Valley Municipal earlier this week. Processes will begin to take place next week for selection of his replacement. APPROVAL OF AGENDA A motion was made by Director Morris, seconded by Vice President Burke, and carried unanimously to approve the agenda as presented. PUBLIC COMMENT The meeting was opened to public comments for any items not listed on the agenda and there were none. Item I.0 PUBLIC HEARING Item I.A. - Consider Approval of the FY2022 and FY 2023 Budgets & Rates, Adoption of the Appropriate Resolution and Authorization of Amendments to the Administrative Code Resolution No and President Williams opened the Public Hearing at 6:05 p.m. and stated that this is the time and place set for the Public Hearing, which is being held in conformance with public participation requirements detailed in Article XIII.D., of the California Constitution, also known as Proposition 218. He called upon Legal Counsel to make a statement about the necessity of reading the proposed Resolutions. Mr. Anderson reported there is no need to read the Resolutions by title or in its entirety. Ms. Quintanar reported that notices of the hearing were mailed to the District s water and sewer customers on May 10, 2021 and made available to the public in the lobby, a copy is on file with the District, and has been posted on the District s website. Mr. Anderson reported the purpose of the hearing is to allow the public the opportunity to provide oral and written protests or support of the proposed budget. He continued describing how the hearing was to be conducted. Mr. Hartwig provided a presentation regarding the proposed FY 2022 and 2023 budgets. President Williams requested any questions or comments from the Board members. Director Ryan highlighted the rate deferrals that the district has done multiple times due to the district s understanding of struggles people have from the

3 Minutes June 24, 2021 Page 3 of 6 pandemic. The rising cost of electricity is one of the main drivers of the rate increase, along with new constituents needing to be treated. The district has been aggressive in obtaining grants and low interest loans saving over $80M over a period of years. Our team has done an amazing job in managing debt, allowing us to build infrastructure before we need them. This allows new businesses and developers to pay their own way by paying capacity fees to settle some of the debt. If anybody is needing help with their billing or struggling because of Covid, our Customer Service Department can provide resources to customers. He thanked staff and fellow board members for all their hard work. Director Morris commented as elected officials, they continue to meet with officials in Sacramento and participate in ACWA events to discuss the cost drivers that are increasing water delivery and although they do not have much control over it, they are there on the customers behalf and wholeheartedly try to continue to keep those cost drivers down. Regarding the rising costs of electricity, the district has sent a letter expressing their concerns and has been attending their rate hearings. This industry requires highly skilled employees requiring time and training, and effort is put in to retain these employees which in turn helps maintain and provide safe drinking water and wastewater service to the customers. Lastly, the district has federal and state lobbyists to make sure regulations imposed on the district have a cost basis and reasoning behind them. Vice President Burke commented that EVMWD Board members are required to ensure public health above all things in a fiscally responsible way. She is very proud of staff during Covid, working non-stop providing and maintaining service to our customers. She echoed Director Morris comments regarding employees and felt if they are not taken care of, they will not be able to take care of our communities. For her division, several coffee meetings were held, along with attendance at HOA meetings, where she appreciated the people and their feedback. In most cases, they were able to identify several ways in which they could save money along with save water which improves the water quality and overall community health and wellbeing. She encouraged the public to reach out to Customer Service because there are programs available and can help during these times. She is hoping in the future the public will continue to join these meetings and provide dialogue as we move forward. President Williams thanked his fellow board members for their dedication representing their constituents and felt they have done an excellent job. Nobody wants to raise water rates, but with the rules and regulations that state legislators impose he opined that we are a victim of the increased costs. We are one of the first districts to create a RARE program, and our goal is to have the cheapest most reliable water. He opined this is the best rate we have possible.. The hearing was then opened to public comment. Cameron Corbett questioned if recycled water lines will be available at a future date. Mr. Thomas requested the customer reach out to the Engineering Department to discuss further.

4 Minutes June 24, 2021 Page 4 of 6 A non-identified phone in caller thanked the district for correcting staff s error on a consumer price index area that did not existed. He also thanked Director Morris, and hopefully welcomed back Mr. George Cambero. Kim Cousins, a resident at Amarose Street in Lake Elsinore, and a business owner at 504 Central Avenue, submitted a letter on behalf of the Lake Elsinore Chamber of Commerce in support of the rate increases. There are several political cost drivers coming from Sacramento besides the cost of compliance and electricity, such as the issues with the delta smelt and the drought state of emergency. He encouraged people to take advantage of the water efficiency programs offered by the district and he commended the district with delivering a safe and reliable source of water to the community. President Williams closed the hearing at 7:10 p.m. President Williams recessed the hearing at 7:11 p.m. and then opened the meeting at 7:16 p.m. Ms. Quintanar reported that a total of 63,194 parcels were identified to be subject to the proposed water fees and charges. This means that a majority protest would exist if the district received 31,598 written protests prior to the close of the public hearing. Prior to the close of the public hearing, the district received 8 written protests from qualifying owners and tenants of the identified parcels, and three letters in support of the proposed rates. Therefore, a majority protest did not exist. President Williams then requested for any further comments the board members. Director Morris commented he read through all the protest letters and appreciates all the comments. If a comment or suggestion is sent in the board members, it is taken seriously. Mr. Thomas commented they reached out to the customers who sent protest letters and felt some of them could qualify for rate assistance programs. A motion was made by Director Ryan, seconded by Vice President Burke, and carried unanimously to: 1. Adopt the Resolution approving the FY2022 and FY2023 budgets and FY2022 through FY2025 water and recycled water rate increases and fees and sewer fees and authorizing amendment to the Administrative Code. A motion was made by Director Ryan, seconded by Director Morris, and carried 3-1, with Vice President Burke opposed to: 1. Adopt a Resolution approving the proposed sewer rates and authorizing amendment to the Administrative Code.

5 Minutes June 24, 2021 Page 5 of 6 Vice President Burke commented she does not support the proposed sewer rates because she felt these rates were based on assumption without validation. Director Ryan explained how the rates were determined. Director Morris commented he was in the same position as Vice President Burke a few years back and looks forward to a validation study to see if it is fair and equitable. Item II.0 - Consent Calendar Minute Order # A. APPROVAL OF: 1. Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of June 10, Minutes of the Special Finance and Administration Committee Meeting of June 3, Payment Ratification Report 4. Master Services Agreement with TRL Systems (MO #5619) 5. Extension of Contract Services Agreement with Global Power Group, Inc. for Maintenance of District's Emergency Generators to Include as Needed Services (MO #5620) 6. Amendment to Authorized Position Listing - Water Production Operators (MO #5621) A motion was made by Director Morris, seconded by Vice President Burke, and carried unanimously to: 1. Approve Consent Calendar as presented. Item III. A GENERAL MANAGER S REPORT Mr. Thomas reported on the recent Cal/OSHA requirements to return to work. Daily self-certification is still required, plastic partitions and daily cleaning remain in place. Face coverings are not required outdoors; for those vaccinated, face coverings are also not required indoors. We are required and will provide to our employees an N95 face mask if requested. Employees cannot face retaliation for wearing a mask or not. Physical distancing of 6-feet is no longer required. Any visitors to the district will have to attest to vaccination if they do not wear a mask. There is a vacancy in Division 3 and options will be discussed at the Study Session next week. Item III. B LEGAL COUNSEL S REPORT Mr. Anderson had nothing to report. Item III. C BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS Vice President Burke reported that Jennifer Dain was picked to fill the vacancy on the City of Canyon Lake City Council.

6 Minutes June 24, 2021 Page 6 of 6 Director Ryan reported on the Legislative, Conservation and Outreach Committee Meeting he attended. At this meeting, a state and federal legislative update was received, new artwork for the bottles were reviewed, and a conservation update was received. President Williams requested to review the Directors Matrix at the next Study Session. Item IV. 0 DIRECTOR S COMMENTS AND REQUESTS Director Ryan commented it is healthy for the board members to disagree and feels that a healthy discussion will come out of it. He wished everyone a Happy 4 th of July. Vice President Burke thanked the board members for having discussions respectfully and the professional approach of educating her. President Williams also commented that healthy discussion is productive and is pleased they can have them. Item V.0 ADJOURNMENT The meeting was adjourned at 7:42 p.m. ATTEST: Phil Williams, President of the Board of Directors of the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District Terese Quintanar, Board Secretary to the Board of Directors of Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District

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