Water Infrastructure: California’s Aging Lifeline
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The cornerstone of ancient and modern civilization, water infrastructure is critical to ensuring a quality urban environment with sector linkages key to California’s $2 trillion economy. Water utilities are responsible for maintaining reliable water systems to ensure supply, quality, public health, and safety. They are facing significant state and federal funding hurdles as multiple generations of infrastructure wear out.
In this lecture, Mr. Fred Adjarian, Director of the El Toro Water District, will address this issue by discussing the alignment of district strategic plan priorities i.e. master/financial/asset plans to ensure timely development of funding options, pursuing proactive outreach with legislators, customers and business stakeholders to communicate importance of reliable and sustainable water systems, and cultivating positive intergovernmental relationships by forging collaborative, durable regional partnerships.
Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Time: 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. (light lunch served at 12 pm)
Location: UCI Donald Bren Hall, Rm 6011
Event is free and open to the public. Parking is $10 in the Anteater Parking Structure (Directions).
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