Date:  Thursday, January 15, 2015

Location:  University Plaza Waterfront Hotel – Ballroom, 110 West Fremont Street, Stockton, CA 95202


1. Call to Order & Flag Salute

2. Welcome & Roll Call

3. Public Comment – an opportunity for members of the public to address the Commission regarding items not on the Agenda


4. Approve meeting minutes of November 20, 2014


5. Receive Executive Director report

6. Receive report from Delta Protection Advisory Committee (DPAC) Chair Mark Pruner and consider approval of DPAC appointment [Public Resources Code section 29753(a)]

7. Consider amending interagency agreement with Department of Water Resources and awarding contract to perform work on Delta Flood Risk Management Assessment District Feasibility Study Item 7

8. Consider approval of DPC 2014 Annual Report  Item 8

9. Receive report on Delta Levee Maintenance Subventions Program and Special Flood Protection Projects Program – David Mraz, Department of Water Resources Item 9  Item 9a

10.Commissioner comments/announcements

11. Closed Session

A. Convene in Closed Session – The Delta Protection Commission hereby provides public notice that the Commission will meet in Closed Session pursuant to Government Code Section 11126(a)(1) to discuss the Annual Executive Director Performance Evaluation

B. Report Out of Closed Session

12. Adjourn


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