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Items 1-3

1. CALL TO ORDER – NOVEMBER 17, 2009 at 6:30 P.M. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM OCTOBER MEETING 3. CITIZEN COMMUNICATIONS

Item 4a

Briefing on Austin Energy demand side management and energy efficiency programs – program review and plan for FY 2010

Item 4b

Briefing on Austin Water Utility conservation programs – program review and plan for FY 2010

Items 5d and 5e

d. Discussion and possible action regarding the report of the Austin Generation Resource Planning Task Force e. Consider and approve Austin Energy’s proposed generation resource and carbon reduction plan

Item 5a

Update on Citizens’ Water Conservation Implementation Task Force

Item 5b

Update on Environmental Awareness Award committee activities

Item 5c

Conduct a public hearing to consider Austin Energy’s proposed recommendations to implement standards under the Federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act.

Item 6a

Recommend authorization to award and execute a 24-month requirements supply contract with FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, INC., Austin, TX, for the purchase of high-efficiency toilets for the Austin Water Utility in an estimated amount not to exceed $2,242,500, with three 12-month extension options in an estimated amount not to exceed $1,121,250 per extension option, for a total estimated contract amount not to exceed $5,606,250.

Item 6b

Recommend approval of an ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 Austin Water Utility Operating Budget of Ordinance No. 20090914-002 to decrease the Austin Water Utility Operating Fund Ending Balance by $4,000,000 to fund an increase of $500,000 Water Conservation marketing expenditure including addition of three full time equivalent positions and associated expenses of $240,335, as well as an increase of $3,500,000 Transfer to Conservation Rebates and Incentives Fund ($3,000,000 for additional rebate expenditure and $500,000 for Water Conservation Task Force project reserve); and also amend the Conservation Rebates and Incentives Fund for a $3,500,000 increase in Transfer from the Austin Water Utility Operating Fund and increase appropriations for Water Conservation Rebates by $3,500,000.

Items 7 and 8

7. EXECUTIVE SESSION – Discuss matters relating to Austin Energy’s renewable resource planning (Public Power Utility Competitive Matter -- Texas Government Code §551.086) 8. ADJOURN
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