In addition to his county service, Walker served more than 10 years on the California Water Commission and for 18 years on the Casitas Municipal Water Board.
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CWC stands for California Water Commission
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28 in Stockton, the California Water Commission announced today.
She also was a member of the Joint Powers Authority of the Port Hueneme Water Agency, where she represented the agency on the California Water Commission delegation that secured funding for the Port Hueneme Brackish Water Reclamation Project.
She also served on the California Water Commission, Governor's Recycled Water Task Force, and the Executive Committee of both the Association of California Water Agencies and Regional Water Authority, where she also served as vice chair.
12 in San Luis Obispo, the California Water Commission announced today.
He served on the California Water Commission from 1949 to 1966, providing strong leadership on some of the state's most important water issues.
10 in Oakland, the California Water Commission announced today.
Concerns include the lack of a sunset for the fee, the potential for funds generated by the fee to be redirected for other purposes, problems collecting the fee if it is construed as a tax and therefore subject to Proposition 218 requirements, and the proposed method by which the California Water Commission could raise the fee.