No Honeymoon after Election to the Marin Municipal Water District Board!
A major priority is to reduce the District’s almost complete reliance on local rainfall, which is increasingly unpredictable. As the Marin Independent Journal recently reported, we’re reviewing studies that compare the costs and benefits of new water supply options that include: expanding our water storage capacity, increasing our water imports from the Russian River in Sonoma County, establishing desalination and wastewater reuse systems, and creating pipe connections (interties) that carry water from the Central Valley.
Look out for discussions with the public as we make decisions on short, medium, and long-term water supply investments.
Read the full Marin IJ article: Marin water district tests supply options against severe drought.