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TASK FORCE BACKGROUND • 17 Local governments comprise the Task Force, founded 1998 • TASK FORCE BACKGROUND • 17 Local governments comprise the Task Force, founded 1998 • Task Force meets regularly • AM-K administers meetings and programs • Interlocal agreements – Each member has one with TAMUK – Membership dues based on population • Celebrates 18 years of existence in 2016 1

LRGV TPDES STORMWATER TASK FORCE • Jose Hinojosa, Chairperson • Santa Cruz Irrigation District LRGV TPDES STORMWATER TASK FORCE • Jose Hinojosa, Chairperson • Santa Cruz Irrigation District #15 • Joe Figueroa, Vice-Chair • City of Brownsville • David Salinas • City of San Juan • Kim D. Jones, Ph. D. , P. E. , Principal Investigator • A&M Kingsville • Javier Guerrero, E. I. T. , MS, Co-Principal Investigator • A&M Kingsville 2

City of Brownsville – Jose Figueroa City of La Feria – Paula Rodriguez City City of Brownsville – Jose Figueroa City of La Feria – Paula Rodriguez City of Donna – Fernando Flores City of San Juan – Xavier Cervantes City of Alton – Jeff Underwood City of Edinburg – Omar Cano City of San Benito – Robert Valenzuela Cameron County DD#1– Albert Barreda City of Los Fresnos – Carlos Salazar City of Weslaco – Israel Gaona City of Mission – Juan De La Garza City of La Joya – Isidro Venecia City of Palmview – Ramon Segovia City of Primera – Javier Mendez Cameron County – Alejandro Sanchez City of Alamo – Ernesto Solis Joe Hinojosa - Santa Cruz Irrigation District #15 REPRESENTATIVES

TASK FORCE MISSION • Develop and implement Stormwater Management Plans (SWMPs) – Regional plan TASK FORCE MISSION • Develop and implement Stormwater Management Plans (SWMPs) – Regional plan (1 st regional watershed plan) – Uniform plan • Cities developing Best Management Practices (BMPs) that are innovative – Low Impact Development (LID) • Partner and work with Arroyo Colorado Watershed Partnership (ACWP) and proposed Estuary Program • Provide education and training (Soil Erosion Pollution Awareness, SEPA, Program) – summer 2016 • Assist with partners’ TPDES program 4