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Power Committee

9:00am Mountain Time – Copper 3 Meeting Room

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Discussion of scenarios for the 2021 Power Plan (BK) (60) Categorization of new generating resource options for 2021 Power Plan (GC) (30)Power Plan Process ReviewEstablishing global financial and economic assumptions for the 2021 Power Plan (BK) (15)End Use Gas Load Forecast  (SS) (15)Develop Model Conservation Standards and Surcharge Methodology  (KS) (15) Establish existing system parameters and interpret state policies  (GC) (30)

Fish and Wildlife Committee

9:00am Mountain Time – Copper 1 and 2 Meeting Rooms

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Mainstem and Program Support Project Review Recommendations (LP) (90) Presentation on Northern Pike policy and outreach tool (LR) (30) Draft letter and science questions for ISAB review of Upper Columbia United Tribes fish passage and reintroduction investigation report (LR) (30)

Council Meeting

1:00pm Mountain Time – Copper 1 and 2 Meeting Rooms

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  1:00 – 1:15pm Reports from Fish and Wildlife, Power and Public Affairs committee chairs:  Guy Norman, chair, fish and wildlife committee; Richard Devlin, chair, power committee; and Jeffery Allen, chair, public affairs committee.
1. 1:15 – 2:15pm Presentation by the Western Montana Public Power utilities:  Ray Ellis, General Manager, Lincoln Electric Cooperative; Rollie Miller, General Manager, Vigilante Electric Cooperative; Mark Hayden, General Manager, Missoula Electric Cooperative; Willard Hjartarson, Board President, Glacier Electric Cooperative.
  2:15 – 2:30pm Break
2. 2:30 – 3:30pm Briefing by panel of Montana Public Power Utilities regarding implementation of pre-pay programs:   Ray Ellis, General Manager, Lincoln Electric Cooperative:  Ross Holter, Director Member Services, Flathead Electric Cooperative; Rollie Miller, General Manager, Vigilante Electric Cooperative; Jonnalea Tatsey, Director Member Services, Glacier Electric Cooperative.
3. 3:30 – 4:30pm Council decision to release the draft Fish and Wildlife Program amendments for a 90-day public review and comment period:  John Shurts, legal counsel; Tony Grover, Director, Fish and Wildlife division; and Patty O’Toole, Manager, Program Performance and Development.

The Public Affairs Committee will meet at the close of business on Tuesday, July 16.

Wednesday, July 17

Continuation of Council Meeting

9:00am Mountain time – Copper 1 and 2 Meeting Rooms

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4. 9:00 – 9:30am Presentation of the Regional Technical Forum Annual Report:  Jennifer Light, manager, Regional Technical Forum.
5. 9:30 – 10:30am Briefing on Power Plan 101 and introduction on modeling and analytics:   John Shurts, legal counsel; and Ben Kujala, director, power division.
6. 10:30 – 11:00am Presentation by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks regarding Aquatic Invasive Species:  Tom McDonald, CSKT Fish, Wildlife, Recreation & Conservation Division Manager; Erik Hanson, CSKT AIS Program Coordinator; and Thomas Woolf, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Aquatic Invasive Species Bureau Chief.
7. 11:00am Council Business
  • Approval of minutes of June 2019 Council Meeting
  • Council decision to adopt draft Fiscal Year 2021 budget and revised Fiscal Year 2020 budget
  • Council decision on draft letter for ISAB review of UCUT fish passage and reintroduction investigation report
  • Report on Washington, DC trip
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