1) Adopt a Resolution rescinding the declaration of the Stage 1 Water Shortage Emergency and related emergency water shortage restrictions and penalties; and 2) Make findings that adopting the Resolution rescinding the declaration of the Stage 1 Water Shortage Emergency is not a project subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) because it has no potential to result in either a direct, or reasonably foreseeable indirect, physical change in the environment. (State CEQA Guidelines, §§ 15060, subd. (b)(2)-(3), 15378). Alternatively, this is not a “project” as defined by CEQA because rescinding the Stage 1 Water Shortage Emergency is merely administrative activity. (See State CEQA Guidelines, § 15378(b)(2),(4)). For those reasons, the action is exempt from CEQA.