Community Public Utility District
A Regular Meeting Of The Board
June 17, 2009 270 Elm Road, Bolinas
1. Call to Order
Directors Amoroso, Kimball, McClellan, Siedman and Smith
present; director Siedman presiding.
3. Manager’s Report.
Staff reported that water consumption throughout the
district continues to be at significantly lower levels than usual, which
staff attributes to the habits changed and lessons learned from the district’s
mandatory rationing in February – March. In addition, late spring rains
during May and unseasonably cool and foggy weather in June have helped suppress
landscape irrigation. The Arroyo Hondo Creek is flowing quite well
as a result, particularly when compared to this time last year.
The district continues to experience intermittent operational
issues at the Woodrat Water Treatment Plant; staff has a site visit and training
session planned with an outside consultant on June 23rd. A draft version
of the 2008 Consumer Confidence Report is in the Board binders and will be
mailed to customers prior to June 30th; staff is waiting for comments from
the California Department of Public Health on the section concerning MCL exceedences
on the fourth page.
The district is working with its outside engineers to complete the plans
and specifications for the work to be done on the pressure reducing valves
and associated piping at the intersection of Olema-Bolinas and Mesa Roads.
A form of agreement between the district and its engineers for the work has
been finalized by staff and approved by director Siedman. Staff anticipates
that the plans and specifications will be complete by mid-July.
Staff updated the Board on the status of the installation of the County
bike path on the east side of Olema-Bolinas Road. The installation
remains scheduled for this summer, but there are some significant issues
left to resolve regarding existing utilities (i.e., the district’s water
line and PG&E’s electrical poles); staff has sent an e-mail outlining
the district’s concerns to the County’s Department of Public Works.
It seems that the necessary coastal permit for the path installation was
approved “with conditions” by the County’s Deputy Zoning Administrator and
is now in the middle of the ten-day appeal period to the Coastal Commission,
as well as CEQA review. The County evidently also needs to obtain
one more easement from an adjacent property owner. Although the County
originally had targeted a July 1 start date for construction, the engineers
feel it most likely will be an August 1st start date; construction is estimated
to require 45 working days.
On the wastewater side of operations, staff has been working on valve replacement
in the spray fields; some mowing also has been done around the seepage ponds
and adjacent to the utility paths. With regard to the district’s two
irrigation pumps, one was fully replaced and the second has been pulled and
examined. It is not in good condition and several components of the
pump need to be replaced. Staff will have a quote for the work to present
to the Board at the July meeting.
Staff has authorized the district’s outside engineers to begin work on the
plans and specifications needed to relocate the district’s sewage collection
main off of Terrace Avenue at Surfer’s Overlook. This work likely will
be completed by September.
Staff directed to the Board’s attention to correspondence
from the Association of Bay Area Governments (“ABAG”), noting that the district
needs to decide whether to participate in ABAG’s Local Multi-Hazard Mitigation
Planning (“LMHMP”) process. It is advisable for the district to
participate in some form of LMHMP process in order to be eligible for certain
forms of emergency funding. Staff consulted with MMWD and MMWD would
prefer to participate in a more locally-based LMHMP process with the other
Marin water districts; staff recommends this approach, as well, preferably
via the Marin Operational Area LMHMP. Staff will more fully investigate
this alternative process and report back to the Board at the next meeting.
The Board reviewed a draft of a revised discrimination/harassment
policy for the BCPUD. Staff met to review the policy and, unless there
is any objection from the Board, staff would like to implement the policy
immediately. There was no objection.
The Board reviewed correspondence sent and received since
the last Board meeting, including but not limited to the letter sent by the
BCPUD to the County of Marin Planning Commission regarding the definition
of “wetlands” in the Local Coastal Plan; an update about the Tomales Bay Watershed
Council; and a code enforcement letter sent by the County to Paul Johnston
at 413 Ocean Parkway to remove unpermitted structures and utilities.
Staff reminded the Board about the upcoming Candidate and Advisory Measure
deadlines for the November 3, 2009 election: The Candidate filing period
is from July 13 – August 7, 2009; however, if any incumbents do not
file, the period is extended to August 12, 2009 for non-incumbents only.
August 7th is the last day to submit exact form of ballot wording; August
17th is the last day to submit ballot arguments; and, August 24th is the
last day to submit rebuttal arguments. The Board directed staff to
submit an article for the Hearsay News to inform the community about the upcoming
election deadlines and the fact that two of the three BCPUD directors whose
terms are expiring have publicly declared their intention to run for another
-- Update on the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) Accessibility of
the BCPUD Building.
The district has received an estimate from the Inverness Gardening Service
for the outdoor concrete portion of the ADA upgrade to the BCPUD building.
Staff met with Inverness Gardening Service owner Ismael Gutierrez and designer
Steve Matson to review the plan upgrade details; at the conclusion of
the meeting, Mr. Gutierrez offered to submit an estimate for the concrete
work, which is under the bid threshold. The Board discussed the issue
and directed staff to confirm whether the district can proceed with the upgrade
as two projects, whereby the outside concrete work is done during FY 2009-2010
and the interior upgrade work is done during FY 2010-2011. Staff agreed
and said that the final construction drawings should be complete within the
-- Update on the BCPUD’s Application for Proposition 84 Grant Funds for
Projects to Enhance the Duxbury Reef Area of Special Biological Significance(“ASBS”)
Nothing to report; the state budget impasse continues
to freeze all Proposition 84 funding.
-- Drainage Project Manager’s Report
Drainage Project Manager Lewie Likover submitted a written report.
4. Community Expression.
Don Deane submitted a chart he prepared which he believes illustrates the
“inequity” of the district’s tiered water rate billing structure.
He acknowledged that math is “not [his] strong suit” and requested that the
Board consider it. Director Siedman deferred discussion to the following
agenda item, which is the Public Hearing on the 2009-2010 Budget,
Jennie Pfeiffer inquired whether the Board would like a report from the
Resource Recovery Project committee on the status of the site clean-up that
is in progress. Director Amoroso inquired whether any additional trees
would be removed from the site; Jennie responded that it is her understanding
that additional trees have been identified for removal to accommodate the
planting of community fruit trees.
Jenny further inquired whether the new garbage company is comingling trash
and recycling in the same trucks. Director Siedman stated that a company
representative had attended a recent BCPUD Board meeting and explained that
there is an internal mechanism (inside the trucks, which are being used on
a trial basis) which separates the garbage and the recycling in separate compartments.
The company has provided pictures of the trucks to the district and assured
the Board and community that all recycling is being appropriately processed.
5. Public Hearing: 2009-10 Draft Budget.
The Board reviewed the draft budget. Director Amoroso
noted that water sales represents only about 15% of the district’s operating
revenue, unlike other districts in Marin where water sales comprise nearly
80% of their revenues. The majority of the BCPUD’s revenues is obtained
via the annual service charges.
Don Deane said that he has examined the current five-tier water rate structure
and analyzed how much water a family can use to remain eligible for the lowest
water rate. He said that a family of 7.5 would only be able to use 17.33
gallons per day per person. Don argued that the larger the family, the
less water each person can use and still get the lowest rate. Director
Smith responded that the Board has engaged in considerable discussion about
the most fair way to charge for its services; while Don’s point has merit,
director Smith said that the actual use does not scale in the manner Don portrays
it because a considerable amount of water is used in Bolinas for landscape
irrigation. Also, director Smith’s research suggests that 20 gallons
per day per person for domestic use is needed for general public health and
safety (not the 52 gallons per day per person used in Don’s chart).
Director Kimball noted that 98.5% of the district’s customers were able to
comply with the mandatory ration of 150 gallons per day per property and
an appeal mechanism was in place for hardship cases. Director McClellan
said that the climate is changing, the area is becoming drier and it is important
to charge appropriately for water to encourage conservation. Jennie
Pfeiffer commented that her family of five was surprised at how relatively
easy it was to comply with the 150 gallons per day ration amount.
Director Amoroso said that there is an essential amount of water a household
needs to use and there is a discretionary amount – the latter is what the
district is trying to discourage. “We’re trying to get people to use
less water, but no approach is perfect,” he said. Director Kimball concurred
and said the rates are set not to penalize people financially, but to encourage
water conservation. Don Deane said he regularly has five to six people
living with him and his recent water bills have ranged from $600 - $1,000;
in response to questions from the Board, Don acknowledged that it was difficult
for the teenagers living at his house to practice effective water conservation.
Director Amoroso said Don was making some good points, but that he is not
persuaded to make any changes away from the tiered rate structure at this
time – to the extent it proves to be demonstrably inequitable over time,
however, he would be open to considering changes in the future. Director
Siedman agreed that the Board is always open to reconsidering hardship cases.
After calling for any further public comment and hearing none, director
Siedman closed the public hearing on the district’s proposed 2009-2010 operating
6. Request for Financial Relief from Quarterly Water Bill
due to Unintentional Water Loss (pursuant to BCPUD Resolution 553) – 415 Yucca
Road (J. Elliott).
Judith Elliott presented her request for financial relief and paperwork
confirming the repair of a leaky toilet (not the same toilet that was the
subject of a prior financial relief request). Water consumption at
the property confirms that usage dropped significantly after the leak repair
and has remained at that level. Director Smith noted that the Board
has granted five (5) requests for leak relief due to leaky toilets thus far;
in most cases, the Board has granted a reduction in the bill by 25%
of the amount of usage attributable to the leak. In one case, Judith’s
prior request, the Board granted a reduction of 50% due to financial hardship.
D. Smith/B. Kimball all in favor to
grant a reduction in the bill by 25% of the amount of usage attributable
to the leak, based on the historic water use for the prior three (3) years
during the same quarter during which the leak occurred.
7. Request for Financial Relief from Quarterly Water Bill
– 150 and 190 Horseshoe Hill Road (C. McDaniel)
Director Siedman recused himself from participation in this agenda item.
The Board reviewed a request for financial relief from Chip McDaniel;
Mr. McDaniel contends that because he has been billed for usage at two properties
via one meter, he has been overcharged due to the tiered water rate system.
He noted that the Board has approved his request for a second meter installation
and he estimates that during 2008 if two meters had been in place, he would
have been charged approximately $1,060.00 less in quarterly metered water
bills and he requests a credit to his account. Director Kimball noted
that Mr. McDaniel’s request for a meter installation was approved contingent
upon the installation of a new water line at the McDaniels’ expense and they
did not agree to this responsibility until October 2008, when escrow on the
sale of 150 Horseshoe Hill Road closed; she therefore does not favor a reduction
in the bill for any period prior to the close of escrow. Director Smith
concurred. Director Amoroso said that any such financial relief request
must take into account the annual charge that is applicable to all water meters,
which is currently $815.00.
B. Kimball/D. Smith four in favor, director Siedman not
participating directing staff to evaluate Mr. McDaniels’
request as of the close of escrow on the sale of the property (including the
$815.00 annual charge for the second meter) and report back to the Board at
the July meeting.
8. Expanded Water Use Permit Application – 230 Fern Road,
Mardi Wood explained that she has erected a 1904 teahouse on her property
that she acquired from a site in Sausalito. The teahouse is 15 x 20
feet in dimension and does not contain any plumbing or electrical utilities.
She has applied to the County to legalize the structure, which has triggered
the BCPUD’s expanded water use permit procedure.
Director McClellan moved to approve an unconditional expanded water use
permit and director Kimball seconded the motion. Director Amoroso stated
that he is not opposed to the project in any way, but the teahouse sits on
a separate parcel and it could be converted into a living space sometime
in the future by a subsequent owner. He therefore favors a conditional
expanded water use permit or, in the alternative, a deed restriction on the
use of the structure. Director Smith said that the Board has granted
numerous unconditional permits in cases where a garage and/or basement was
installed and he said the Board should be consistent with those decisions.
Director Kimball concurred; she said she searched the Board’s minutes and
found that the Board has awarded five unconditional expanded water use permits
in just the last few years for workshops or garages with no plumbing.
Director McClellan said that he is not willing to base a decision on the
application on what might happen in the future.
J. McClellan/B. Kimball four in favor, Amoroso opposed
to approve an unconditional expanded water use permit.
9. Request to Place Memorial Bench Along Pathway at BCPUD
Sewer Pond Property (J. Churchman).
Joy Churchman explained that she and her mother would like to donate a memorial
bench (in memory of deceased family members) next to the path at the top of
the steep hill above the Olema-Bolinas Road. She said she has spoken
with Tom D’Onofrio about building it and is ready to proceed if the Board
approves the request. Director McClellan requested that she locate
the bench sufficiently off the path and that she work with district staff
to coordinate and approve the installation.
J. McClellan/D. Smith all in favor
to approve the placement of a memorial bench along the pathway at the BCPUD
sewer pond property.
10. Right –of-Way Permit Applications: Install Culvert
Across Evergreen on South Side of Poplar; Install Culvert Across Dogwood on
North Side of Poplar; Install Culvert Across Cedar on North Side of Poplar
Staff explained that the district is the applicant on these culvert installation
projects, which are designed to further improve the drainage on Poplar Road
between Cedar and Evergreen Roads. Director McClellan moved to approve
the applications and director Kimball seconded the motion.
Matt Lewis stated that the proposed culvert installations do not conform
with the Todd Plan. Director Siedman noted that the Todd Plan shows
drainage flow down Evergreen to Mesa, which these culvert installations are
intended to achieve. Matt said that culverts are not shown on the plan
in these locations. Director Smith said that he has spoken extensively
with Drainage Project Manager Lewie Likover about the Todd Plan and existing
topographic conditions on the Bolinas Mesa; he said that the elevations shown
on the Todd Plan have changed over the years throughout the Mesa due to road
grading and other projects and that Lewie has confirmed the existing elevations
and need for the culverts. Director McClellan stated that Ordinance
30 provides that the district can deviate from the Todd Plan where its objectives
can be achieved in other ways. He noted that it is important to divert
stormwater to Mesa Road off of Poplar, rather than put additional demands
on the Larch swale, and these culvert installations will help do so.
Director McClellan said that the stormwater on this section of the Mesa naturally
tries to cross streets and flow toward Evergreen and Mesa; given the ditching
along Evergreen to Mesa that was previously approved by the Board, this project
will substantially improve drainage in this neighborhood.
J. McClellan/B. Kimball all in favor
to approve the district’s right-of-way applications.
11. Request from the Bolinas-Stinson Union School District
(“BSUSD”) to Dissolve the Joint Powers Authority between the BSUSD and the
BCPUD that Established the Mesa Park Board.
Director Siedman stated that he attended a recent school board meeting at
which the topic of the school’s on-going participation in the joint powers
authority agreement that created Mesa Park was discussed. The agreement
expressly contemplates that the board of Mesa Park will become an independently
elected board (it currently is appointed by the BCPUD and school board) when
its facilities are complete. Director Siedman suggested that rather
than dissolve the joint powers authority agreement, the two districts should
map out a process whereby Mesa Park can transition to an independent entity.
Director Amoroso expressed concerns about the specific process by which this
transition would be successfully accomplished (he noted it is particularly
important that Mesa Park not lose its revenue-generating authority) and he
reminded the Board that Mesa Park currently owes the BCPUD approximately $8,000;
he also expressed concern as to whether there will be sufficient interest
in the community in running for election to another board whereas the appointment
process usually operates smoothly. Director Amoroso also noted that
the joint powers authority agreement provides that dissolution of the agreement
must be initiated by the Mesa Park Board. Director Kimball said
she feels the Mesa Park Board should take the lead role in mapping out the
transition process and establishing a timeline. After further discussion,
staff was directed to communicate with Superintendent Enos and convey that
the BCPUD Board supports the concept of Mesa Park transitioning to an independent
entity, but the process should be carefully considered and dissolving the
joint powers authority agreement would not be prudent at this time.
12. Amend Grant Application for the Mesa Park Reclamation
& Irrigation Plant – RN-21-003
Director Siedman said that the Mesa Park Reclamation & Irrigation Plant
grant currently contemplates that the reclamation plant will treat water from
Pond 3, whereas Mesa Park has concluded it would be operationally much less
expensive to treat groundwater from the well recently installed on the sewer
pond property. The Board directed staff to send a report into
the state Department of Parks & Recreation stating that the district intends
to seek an amendment of its grant application to use reclaimed groundwater
rather than Pond 3 water and is gathering data in support of this anticipated
13. Advisory Ballot Measure for the November 3, 2009 Election
re: Camping on Bolinas Beach
Director Kimball stated that she had volunteered to draft sample ballot
language at the April Board meeting because she feels it is time to hear
from the community on this issue. She prepared a draft for the Board’s
consideration, based on the approach taken by the district with regard to
the non-toxic mosquito abatement protocol and the recommendations in the
Beach Committee’s final report. Director Smith said he agrees the issue
of camping on the beach should be presented to voters, but suggested that
the Board consider “more neutral” language as the draft ballot language could
be read to suggest that the district is not protecting public health if it
does not ask the County to ban camping year-round. Directors Amoroso
and Siedman agreed and the board discussed possible revisions to the draft
ballot language. Director Amoroso said it is important to alert the
public to the specific language under consideration and Director Smith suggested
that the Board discuss the specific proposed language at the July meeting.
After further discussion, the Board directed staff to include the following
specific proposed ballot language for approval on the July meeting agenda
and in the Hearsay News: “Shall the Bolinas Community Public Utility
District request a County Ordinance which prohibits camping on the Bolinas
Beach full time and year round?”
14. Letter to California Legislators Opposing the Legislative
Analyst’s Office Proposal to “Borrow” Revenues from Water and Wastewater Special
Districts to Bridge the State’s Budget Deficit.
J. McClellan/B. Kimball four in favor, one abstention
(Smith) approving the draft letter prepared
by staff to the district’s California legislators to oppose the state Legislative
Analyst’s Office proposal to “borrow” revenues from water and wastewater
15. Marin County Local Coastal Plan (“LCP”) Update process:
BCPUD Comments on the Marin County Community Development Agency’s Draft Issue
Summary Paper on Natural Communities.
David Kimball and Burr Heneman presented draft comments in response to the
Draft Issue Summary Paper on Natural Communities prepared by the County’s
planning staff in connection with the Local Coastal Plan Update process.
David noted that the 41-page staff report had only just been issued the prior
Friday and the Planning Commission hearing to discuss the report is scheduled
for next Monday – hence, there is only a very short window of time within
which to review the Draft Issue Paper. Unfortunately, the Bolinas Planning
Group was not able to timely schedule a Brown Act-notified meeting of the
full group to review the Draft Issue Paper, but an informal meeting of a subset
of the group was held the prior evening to review David and Burr’s draft
comments. In general, the draft comments state that the Draft Issue
Summary Paper proposed policies are vague, subjective and onerous – for example,
property owners must subscribe to the California Department of Fish &
Game’s website to determine whether their property is located within an environmentally
sensitive area. In addition, non-native plants are treated the same
as native species in the Draft Issue Paper, which is not the case outside
of the Coastal Zone and which will significantly impede efforts to control
non-natives such as eucalyptus, french broom and pampas grass. David
noted that Cela O’Connor feels that the Draft Issue Paper also removes important
protections present in the existing Local Coastal Plan and staff circulated
for the Board’s review written comments submitted by Cela in advance of the
At the conclusion of his summary, David requested the Board’s authorization
for himself, Burr and Steve Matson to present their written comments on behalf
of the BCPUD at the upcoming Planning Commission hearing. Director Smith
noted that the Board previously authorized the Bolinas Planning Group to
speak on behalf of the BCPUD at Planning Commission hearings on the Local
Coastal Plan update process precisely because there is very little time to
review staff reports and turn around comments; in this case, the schedule
is so compressed that even the Planning Group was unable to notice a meeting
– nonetheless, David, Burr and Steve represent a subset of the group and he
favors allowing them to present the comments on BCPUD’s behalf. Director
Amoroso agreed that the Board previously authorized the Bolinas Planning
Group to represent the BCPUD at the LCP Update hearings, subject to the group
having a quorum (which there was the previous evening) and bringing comments
to the BCPUD when time permits. There was no objection from the Board.
Director Kimball stated that she plans to present testimony about the continued
use of chemicals in the Coastal Zone and request that the County apply the
principles learned from West Marin’s’ experience negotiating a non-toxic protocol
for mosquito control with the Marin/Sonoma Mosquito &Vector Control District
and incorporate those principles into the Local Coastal Plan. She said
she would like to present her comments as a BCPUD director; there was
no objection from the Board. Director Smith said that he also plans
to speak to the issue of constructed wetlands in the Coastal Zone and to
request that the LCP make a distinction between natural and constructed wetlands,
consistent with federal law outside the Coastal Zone.
16. Approve 2009-2011 District/Employees Memorandum
B. Kimball/J. McClellan all in favor
to approve the 2009-2011 District/Employees Memorandum of Understanding.
17. Volunteer Committee Reports
-- Alternative Energy: Director Smith reported that one of the invertors
at the Woodrat Water Treatment Plant solar array site has been popping fuses;
SPG Solar is reviewing the problem. In addition, the solar array at
this location has become impacted by swallow poop; swallows currently
nest under the eaves of the treatment plant building and fly back and forth
above the arrays to the reservoir for bugs. Don will contact the Point
Reyes Bird Observatory for guidance on how to screen off the building eaves
and discourage further nesting after the current chicks have fledged.
-- Bolinas Planning Group: Nothing to report.
-- Bolinas Lagoon Technical Advisory Committee: Director Amoroso
reported that the committee currently plans to proceed with the Kent Island
restoration; however, it seems that great blue herons have taken up residence
there, which no doubt will impact restoration plans.
-- Resource Recovery: Staff reported that the Resource Recovery site
received a surprise inspection from the County Environmental Health Services
department; the resulting inspection report is in the Board binders.
Jeff Creque has reviewed the report and said the corrections to implement
are minor and he will assist Resource Recovery with that effort.
-- Terrace Avenue/Alternative Access Road Committee: Staff reported
that Supervisor Kinsey has requested approval of County funds to proceed with
the engineering study to stabilize Terrace Avenue at Surfer’s Overlook and
should know soon whether the request is approved in connection with the County
-- West Nile Virus Task Force/West Marin Mosquito Control Coordinating Council:
Director Kimball reported that the Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control
District (“M/SM&VCD”) has decided to maintain its historic “no spray”
list and its new “notification” list. District General Manager Jim Wanderscheid
has invited Liza Goldblatt and director Kimball to consult with him on notification
issues. The M/SM&VCD no longer is picking up or blood testing dead
birds for West Nile Virus, but the state continues to map the locations of
dead birds. Although human cases of West Nile Virus increased this
year in California, there has been virtually no activity in Marin and the
West Nile Virus Task Force will meet only two times this year. Adulticiding
in Novato has been stopped due an Ohio law suit which alleges that the pesticides
used for adulticiding should be considered pollutants under state law.
Finally, director Kimball reported that she met recently with representatives
from the National Park Service regarding the Giacomini wetlands restoration
project and concerns about the potential for salt marsh mosquitoes;
it is important to educate the local community that salt marsh mosquitoes
are not a vector for West Nile Virus.
18. Other Business
a. Board Committee Reports
-- Finance: Third Quarter Financial Report. Staff apologized
that the agenda mistakenly includes a reference to the third quarter financial
report, which was previously provided to the Board.
-- Legal: Nothing to report.
-- Mesa Septic, Flood Control and Roads: Director
McClellan said he called Kent Khtikian to discuss his concerns about speedbumps
on Poplar Road, but Kent has not returned the call. Directors McClellan
and Smith inspected the speedbumps in question and do not agree that they
constitute obstructions per the terms of Ordinance 30. They drove over
all of them at 15 mph in director Smith’s car (which is relatively low to
the ground) without problem and also measured each speedbump and determined
they are all less than four inches in height. Director Smith noted that
a resident at Walnut and Poplar would like to reinstall a speedbump that
Mr. Khtikian removed; he and director McClellan plan to speak with
Mr. Khtikian about the matter.
-- Operations: Nothing to report.
-- Park and Recreation: Director Siedman reported that he met with
Supervisor Kinsey at the Downtown Park site to find out if the County would
agree to maintain new bathrooms at the site if the Downtown Park pays to build
them; Supervisor Kinsey said he would look into it and follow-up with
-- Personnel: Nothing to report.
-- Sewer: Staff reported on recent vegetation management work on the
sewer pond property and Director Amoroso suggested that the Bolinas Fire Protection
District may be willing to write a letter supporting further work in the
eucalyptus forest to reduce fire risk to downtown.
b. Minutes of the May 20, 2009 Regular Meeting
Director Amoroso said that when he reviewed the minutes he realized he had
agreed to attend a meeting of the Community Conversations Task Force, but
then forgot to attend the meeting, for which he apologized.
D. Smith/V. Amoroso three in favor, Kimball and McClellan
abstaining to approve the minutes of the May 20, 2009 Board
V. Amoroso/D. Smith all in favor to
approve to warrant list.
d. Scheduling of Next Meeting(s)
July 15, 2009 at 7:30 p.m.