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Riverside, San Bernardino County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Mary Ann (Harvey) Melleby

Candidate for
Director; San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Appointed Incumbent
  • 13 years as public affairs director of a water district
  • Bachelor's Degree: Journalism/Public Relations
  • Master's Degree: Organizational Management
  • Appointed to the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency Board of Directors in April 2011
  • Member, Communications Committee of the Association of California Water Agencies
  • Recipient of the "Exceptional Public Outreach Award" for "Watch the Water" campaign from the California Special Districts Association, 2008
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Ensuring an adequate supply of reliable, high quality, affordable water supply for the region both now and for the future
  • Enhancing communication and collaboration with other water entities in the region
  • Maintaining fiscal responsibility and operational transparency
Key Endorsements
  • Mark Kinsey, General Manager, Monte Vista Water District
  • Kathleen Tiegs, President, Cucamonga Valley Water District
  • Don Robinson, Mayor, City of Banning
Position Papers
The Most Important Water Issue
The most important water issue in our state, region and here locally is to ensure that our water supplies are of high quality, are available to us, that they are reliable and affordable + both now and for generations to come.
What can the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency and the other water agencies in the region do together to ensure an ample clean supply of water for the co
The agencies should be involved in on-going, communication and collaboration. A partnership between the agencies in the Pass region will assure that growing regional water needs are met.
The cost of large water projects, from the local region to statewide, is significant! How are costs recovered?
Costs are recovered through ratepayers and through government grants and loans when available. The concept "users pay" is common + those who use the facilities and services, pay.
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