Sunday, February 5, 2023

Water Managers Present Look at California Water Needs

Heather Dyer
Heather Dyer, CEO/general manager of the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District and
Craig Miller
Craig Miller, general manager of the Western Municipal Water District, appear before the CalChamber Water Resources Committee on September 8 to give their perspectives on solutions to the state’s water supply shortfall. The two are board members of the Solve the Water Crisis coalition, a group of water agencies that is calling attention to steps the coalition members believe the state must take to update infrastructure and policies to ensure there is sufficient water to support California food producers and jobs.
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