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SPL-2014-May001-NLH-WQSDSEA7Oaks

Published May 15, 2014
Expiration date: 7/15/2014

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), in coordination with the non-Federal sponsors,

San Bernardino County Flood Control District (SBCFCD), Orange County Flood Control

District (OCFCD), and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District

(RCFC&WCD), proposes to update the original SOD Water Control Plan (WCP) contained in

 the Water Control Manual (Sep 2003) to include regulation for water quality. The main change

 from the 2003 WCP introduced in the Updated Water Control Plan (May 2014) “2014 WCP” of

 the Water Control Manual (WCM) is with respect to the debris pool operation only. The 2014

 WCP requires that the debris pool be built only during a significant runoff event, and then

 released completely down to the top of sediment pool elevation as soon as the runoff event

 passes during the flood seasons. The original WCP required that flows be restricted to 3 cubic

 feet per second (cfs) beginning 1 October to start the building of the seasonal debris pool. This

 requirement will no longer apply in the 2014 WCP. No other modifications are necessary to the

 existing physical components of Seven Oaks Dam and Reservoir in order to implement the 2014

 WCP for water quality improvements.