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ACWA’s 2012 Spring

Conference & Exhibition

May 8 - 1, 2012 � Monterey

Association of California Water Agencies

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2012 Finalists

Coachella valley water District

Thomas E. Levy Groundwater

Replenishment Facility

nevada Irrigation District

Auburn Ravine Fish Passage Project

patterson Irrigation District

Fish Screen Intake Project

san Gabriel basin

water Quality Authority

Integrated Groundwater Quality

Management and Remediation Plan

santa margarita water District

Upper Chiquita Reservoir

sweetwater Authority

Perdue Treatment Plant Upgrades Project

The winner will be announced during the

luncheon program on Thursday, May 10.

View displays from Clair A. Hill

Award finalists outside of the

exhibit hall in the Portola Lobby.

Excellence in water

leadership Award -- Building

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Black & Veatch Corporation

2012 recipient

max sakato

General Manager

Reclamation District #1500 and

Sutter Mutual Water Company

The award will be presented

during the luncheon program on

Wednesday, May 9.


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ConFErEnCE sponsors

ACwA would like to thank our

spring 2012 Conference sponsors.

AECom

Cosponsor of conference

and exhibit hall reception

Alliant Insurance services, Inc.

Sponsor of coffee and espresso bar in

the exhibit hall and refreshments in the

companions’ hospitality room

Anthem blue Cross

Cosponsor of conference printing

bartle wells Associates

Cosponsor of conference printing and

sponsor of name badges

black & veatch Corporation

Conference cosponsor and sponsor of

Excellence in Water Leadership Award

brown and Caldwell

Cosponsor of conference

and exhibit hall reception

Carollo Engineers, Inc.

Cosponsor of Wednesday luncheon

CDm smith

Sponsor of the tote bags

CH2mHIll

Sponsor of the Clair A. Hill Water

Agency Award for Excellence and the

Wednesday CH2MHILL reception

and cosponsor of the conference printing

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sponsors

ConFErEnCE sponsors

CompuCom

Cosponsor of exhibit hall reception

Contractor Compliance & monitoring, Inc.

Cosponsor of conference

and exhibit hall reception

The Covello Group

Conference cosponsor

Eastern municipal water District

Cosponsor of conference

and conference printing

El Dorado Irrigation District

Cosponsor of conference printing

Elsinore valley municipal water District

Cosponsor of Wednesday luncheon

HDr

Cosponsor of conference

and exhibit hall reception

Jacobs

Cosponsor of exhibit hall reception

Kleinfelder

Cosponsor of conference printing

and Thursday luncheon

Krieger & stewart, Incorporated,

Consulting Engineers

Sponsor of the ice cream breaks

Kronick moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

Cosponsor of the conference printing

lockwood, Andrews & newnam, Inc.

Cosponsor of Wednesday Luncheon

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ConFErEnCE sponsors

metropolitan water District

of southern California

Conference cosponsor

mojave water Agency

Cosponsor of the Wednesday opening breakfast

morrison & Foerster llp

Conference cosponsor

mwH

Sponsor of the golf tournament and sponsor of

the Wednesday MWH reception

nossaman llp

Cosponsor of the Wednesday opening breakfast

o’laughlin & paris, llp

Conference cosponsor

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Cosponsor of conference printing

pArs

Cosponsor of conference printing

parsons

Cosponsor of conference printing

psomas

Cosponsor of the lanyards

Quad Knopf

Conference cosponsor

raymond James & Associates

Conference cosponsor

richards, watson & Gershon

Cosponsor of exhibit hall reception

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sponsors

ConFErEnCE sponsors

rmC water and Environment

Cosponsor of conference printing

san Juan water District

Cosponsor of conference printing

sunpower Corporation

Cosponsor of exhibit hall reception

vallecitos water District

Conference cosponsor

wedbush securities Inc.

Conference cosponsor

west yost Associates

Sponsor of the notebooks

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Officers

Randy A. Record, President

John A. Coleman, Vice President

Timothy H. Quinn, Executive Director

region representatives

region 1

Paul Helliker, Chair

Aldaron Laird, Vice Chair

region 2

Eric Larrabee, Chair

Walter Cotter, Vice Chair

region 3

Robert T. Dean, Chair

Ron Nelson, Vice Chair

region 4

Robert Roscoe, Chair

Mike Hardesty, Vice Chair

region 5

David T. Hodgin, Chair

Dick Quigley, Vice Chair

region 6

William Diedrich, Chair

David Orth, Vice Chair

region 7

J. Paul Hendrix, Chair

William A. Taube, Vice Chair

region 8

Gail L. Pringle, Chair

Stephen L. Cole, Vice Chair

region 9

Craig A. Ewing, Chair

John V. Rossi, Vice Chair

region 10

Darrell Gentry, Chair

Peer A. Swan, Vice Chair

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standing Committee Chairs

Linda Ackerman, Federal Affairs

Gary T. Arant, Communications

Marion V. Ashley, Local Government

Paul M. Bartkiewicz, State Legislative

Thaddeus Bettner, Water Management

Martha Davis, Energy Committee

Shauna Lorance, Insurance and Personnel

Pankaj Parekh, Water Quality

Joseph Parker, Finance

Scott L. Shapiro, Legal Affairs

Greg Zlotnick, Groundwater Committee

others

Thomas A. Cuquet, ACWA/JPIA

Vice President

Council of past presidents

James H. Blake, 2000-2001

Bette J. Boatmun, 2002-2003

Randy Fiorini, 2006-2007

Jerry Gladbach, 2004-2005

Gene C. Harris, 1998-1999

Paul L. Kelley, 2010-2011

John E. Kidd, 1978-1979

Glen D. Peterson, 2008-2009

Executive Committee members

John A. Coleman

Robert T. Dean

Paul L. Kelley

Joseph Parker

Randy A. Record

Peer A. Swan

Greg Zlotnick

Immediate past president

Paul L. Kelley

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past presidents

W. A. Patterson, Oakdale .......... 1910-1913

Peter Schulp, Dinuba................. 1914-1917

C. E. Steinegul, Escalon ............ 1918-1920

S. A. Hultman, Turlock ............... 1921-1922

William Durbrow, Willows .......... 1923-1932

A. B. Tarpey, Fresno .................. 1933-1934

E. L. Daniells, Lindsay ............... 1935-1936

William P. Boone, Sr., Dinuba .... 1937-1938

Evan T. Hewes, El Centro .......... 1939-1940

D. K. Barnell, Merced ................ 1941-1942

Milton L. Kidd, Modesto ............. 1943-1948

G. K. Anderson, Byron ............... 1949-1950

Philip A. Gordon, Fresno ........... 1951-1952

Abner M. Crowell, Turlock ......... 1953-1954

Glen R. Harris, Richvale ............ 1955-1956

Elmer B. Wood, Atwater ............ 1957-1958

Kirby W. Hansen, Fresno........... 1959-1960

Hans H. Doe, Vista .................... 1961-1964

Mathew Fiscalini, Modesto ........ 1965-1966

Anton Simonich, Tulare ............. 1967-1968

Ralph Nissen, Carmichael ......... 1969-1971

Harry Griffen, Lemon Grove ...... 1972-1973

Lyle W. Martin, Kingsburg .......... 1974-1975

Howard H. Hawkins, Covina ...... 1976-1977

John E. Kidd, Modesto .............. 1978-1979

Nat L. Eggert, El Cajon .............. 1980-1981

Garvin H. White, Fresno ............ 1982-1983

Raymond R. Rummonds, Indio . 1984-1985

Rex Pursell, Lindsay .................. 1986-1987

Lois B. Krieger, Riverside .......... 1988-1989

Loren Voth, Fresno .................... 1990-1991

Kenneth H. Witt, Brea ................ 1992-1993

Phillip N. Short, Hughson .......... 1994-1995

Chester Gilbert, Moreno Valley .. 1996-1997

Gene C. Harris, Richvale ........... 1998-1999

James H. Blake, Fullerton ......... 2000-2001

Bette J. Boatmun, Concord ....... 2002-2003

E.G. “Jerry” Gladbach, Valencia ... 2004-2005

Randy Fiorini, Turlock………….. 2006-2007

Glen D. Peterson, Agoura Hills.. 2008-2009

Paul L. Kelley, Santa Rosa........ 2010-2011

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ACWA’s 2012 Spring

Conference & Exhibition

May 8 -11, 2012 � Monterey

TUESDAY, MAY 8 Schedule-at-a-Glance

TIME SESSION ROOM LOCATION

8 a.m. - 6 p.m. ACWA Registration De Anza Foyer Portola

8:30 -10 a.m. ACWA/JPIA Seminar I: “The 21st Century World of Work:

A New Day; A Changed Future; A Changed Workplace;

Changed Lives”

San Carlos II - IV Marriott

10 - 11:45 a.m. Water Management Committee De Anza I Portola

10 - 11:45 a.m. Water Quality Committee De Anza II Portola

10:15 - 11:45 a.m. ACWA/JPIA Seminar II:

HBA Program Transitioning to JPIA

San Carlos II - IV Marriott

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Outreach Task Force Bonsai III Portola

12 - 2 p.m. Committee Lunch Break Ferrantes Bay View Marriott

12 - 2 p.m. Luncheon: “ACWA 101” Santa Monica Marriott

1 - 2:45 p.m. Finance Committee Bonsai I - II Portola

1 - 2:45 p.m. Groundwater Committee De Anza I Portola

1 - 2:45 p.m. Scholarship Subcommittee Redwood II Portola

1:30 - 3:30 p.m. ACWA/JPIA Seminar III: “Sexual Harassment Prevention

for Board Members and Management (AB 1825): Take

A New Look”

San Carlos IV Marriott

2 - 4 p.m. SDLF Special District Administrator Certification Test Larkin Conference

Center

2 - 4:15 p.m. Ethics Training: “Conduct and Ethics Training for

Water Agency Officials: A Primer on AB 1234”

Colton I - III Conference

Center

3 - 4:45 p.m. Communications Committee Bonsai I - II Portola

3 - 4:45 p.m. Energy Committee De Anza III Portola

3 - 4:45 p.m. Federal Affairs Committee De Anza II Portola

3 - 4:45 p.m. Insurance & Personnel Committee Cottonwood I - II Portola

3 - 4:45 p.m. Local Government Committee Ferrante I-III Conference

Center

3 - 4:45 p.m. Membership Committee Redwood I Portola

5 - 6:30 p.m. Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

6:30 -7:30 p.m. New General Manager/Director

No-Host Happy Hour

De Anza I Portola

6:30 -7:30 p.m. Young Water Professionals

No-Host Happy Hour

De Anza II Portola


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10:30 - 11:45 a.m. San Carlos I-II

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA Executive Committee

1:15 - 2:30 p.m. San Carlos IV

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA Town Hall meeting

3 - 5 p.m. San Carlos I-II

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA board of Directors

5 - 6 p.m. San Carlos Foyer

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA reception

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8 a.m. - 6 p.m. De Anza Foyer

Portola

ACwA registration

8:30 - 10 a.m. San Carlos II - IV

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA seminar I: “The 21st

Century world of work: A new Day;

A Changed Future; A Changed

workplace; Changed lives”

During this interactive presentation you

will discover that our previously slow

march to the future has become a race

to understand and adapt to meeting

unprecedented challenges with new

strategies.

The learning objectives are to:

• Understand the impact of global

change on our lives and work;

• Learn how other organizations are

adapting and meeting new challenges;

• See – with new eyes – both the

threats and opportunities for our

business; and

• Introduce and discuss our staffs’

identified challenges as we move

forward in the 21st century.

Presenters:

Carleen MacKay

Wilcox, Miller & Nelson

Greg Thomas

Wilcox, Miller & Nelson

10 - 11:45 a.m. De Anza I

Portola

water management Committee

Thad Bettner, Chair

Business Meeting

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10 - 11:45 a.m. De Anza II

Portola

water Quality Committee

Pankaj Parekh, Chair

Business Meeting

10:15 - 11:45 a.m. San Carlos II - IV

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA seminar II: “HbA program

Transitioning to JpIA”

On March 28, 2012, the HBA Board voted

to dissolve the ACWA/HBA and transfer

the health benefits program to JPIA.

The purpose of this seminar is to bring

everyone up to date with the status of the

process, as well as provide information on

the plans and expectations to follow. It will

also provide an opportunity for members

to ask questions and provide input as the

JPIA assumes responsibility for this very

important program, particularly in light

of upcoming legislative changes to the

health care system in the United States.

Please join us as we all move forward to a

new venture.

Presenters:

Merle Aleshire

Director

Valley Center Municipal Water District

Andy Sells

Chief Executive Officer

ACWA/JPIA

Nancy Stangel

Director of Administration

ACWA/JPIA

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11 a.m. - noon Bonsai III

Portola

outreach Task Force

Dennis Cocking, Chair

Business Meeting

noon - 2 p.m. Ferrantes Bay View

Marriott

Committee lunch break

noon - 2 p.m. Santa Monica

Marriott

luncheon: “ACwA 101”

New to ACWA? Come to the ACWA 101

luncheon and learn what the Association

has to offer you. ACWA staff will discuss

the ways you can become better involved

with ACWA and how to get the most out of

your membership.

Seating is limited.

1 - 2:45 p.m. Bonsai I - II

Portola

Finance Committee

Joseph Parker, Chair

Business Meeting

1 - 2:45 p.m. De Anza I

Portola

Groundwater Committee

Greg Zlotnick, Chair

Business Meeting

1 - 2:45 p.m. Redwood II

Portola

scholarship subcommittee

Cynthia Davis, Chair

Business Meeting

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1:30 - 3:30 p.m. San Carlos IV

Marriott

ACwA/JpIA seminar III: “sexual

Harassment prevention for board

members and management (Ab 1825):

Take A new look”

This course will take a “new look” at the

issue of sexual harassment, particularly

in light of new protected classes,

technological advances, acceptable

workplace behavior, and the age-old

issue of respect for anyone associated

with your district’s business. Other points

covered by this course are understanding

the California and federal sexual

harassment laws, recognizing early signs

of sexual harassment, and maintaining

open communication in a respectful

environment. By equipping management

and board members with the knowledge

they need to prevent and respond to

harassment situations, this course

helps to prevent and eliminate sexual

harassment in the workplace.

Presenters:

Dick Damon

Liability/Property Claims Manager

ACWA/JPIA

Nancy Stangel

Director of Administration

ACWA/JPIA

2 - 4 p.m. Larkin

Conference Center

sDlF special District Administrator

Certification Test

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2 - 4:15 p.m. Colton I-III

Conference Center

Ethics Training: “Conduct and Ethics

Training for Water Agency Officials: A

primer on Ab 1234”

By attending this course, attendees

will have met all of the state-mandated

requirements of AB 1234.

Anyone arriving more than 15 minutes

after the session begins will NOT be

admitted.

3 - 4:45 p.m. Bonsai I - II

Portola

Communications Committee

Gary Arant, Chair

Business Meeting

3 - 4:45 p.m. De Anza III

Portola

Energy Committee

Martha Davis, Chair

Business Meeting

3 - 4:45 p.m. De Anza II

Portola

Federal Affairs Committee

Linda Ackerman, Chair

Business Meeting

3 - 4:45 p.m. Cottonwood I - II

Portola

Insurance & personnel Committee

Shauna Lorance, Chair

Business Meeting

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3 - 4:45 p.m. Ferrante I-III

Conference Center

local Government Committee

Marion Ashley, Chair

Business Meeting

3 - 4:45 p.m. Redwood I

Portola

membership Committee

Sandy Denn, Chair

Business Meeting

5 - 6:30 p.m. Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

welcome reception in the Exhibit Hall

Enjoy an evening with vendors from

around the United States as they welcome

ACWA conference attendees.

6:30 - 7:30 p.m. De Anza I

Portola

new General manager/Director

no-Host Happy Hour

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Come meet other new general managers

and directors at this inaugural gathering

to encourage networking and active

participation in the Association.

6:30 - 7:30 p.m. De Anza II

Portola

young water professionals

no-Host Happy Hour

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Please join us for a gathering to

encourage networking and active

participation in the Association among

younger water industry professionals.

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ACWA’s 2012 Spring

Conference & Exhibition

May 8 -11, 2012 � Monterey

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 Schedule-at-a-Glance

TIME SESSION ROOM LOCATION

7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. ACWA Registration De Anza Foyer Portola

8 - 9:45 a.m. Opening Breakfast De Anza Ballroom Portola

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Exhibit Hall Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Ask the ACWA Expert Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

10 - 11:45 a.m. Joint Attorneys/Human Resources Program: “A Case

Study on Retirement Benefit Restructuring”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Communications Program: “Investing in Water

Systems… A View from Cities”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation I (Natel Energy, Inc. &

Nline Energy, Inc.): “New Technologies and Economics

for Hydroelectric Generation in Canals”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation II (Superior Tank):

“How Current Regulatory Changes Have Impacted

Storage Tank Design, Inspection, and Maintenance”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Finance Program: “Getting the Skinny on Water Rates:

Why Have They Increased So Much?”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Region 5 Issue Forum: “The Myths and Realities of

California's Bay Area Water”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Statewide Issue Forum: “New Delta Flow Requirements:

Where Water Quality and Water Supply Meet”

10 - 11:45 a.m. Water Industry Trends Program: “Is Your Agency Ready?

Developing an Effective Salt/Nutrient Management

Plan”

Ferrante I - III Conference

Center

San Carlos II Marriott

Cottonwood I - II Portola

Redwood I-II Portola

Bonsai I - III Portola

San Carlos IV Marriott

Steinbeck Forum Conference

Center

San Carlos III Marriott

12 - 2 p.m. General Session & Luncheon De Anza Ballroom Portola

2:10 - 2:30 p.m. Exhibitors Prize Drawing/Dessert Break Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Attorneys Program: “Water Conservation and Water

Transfers”

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Joint Energy/Finance Program: “Money From Thin Air!

How Could California’s Cap-and-Trade Auction and

Compliance System Help Water Districts?”

Wednesday schedule continued on reverse.

Ferrante I - III Conference

Center

Bonsai I - III Portola


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ACWA’s 2012 Spring

Conference & Exhibition

May 8 -11, 2012 � Monterey

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9

Schedule-at-a-Glance

TIME SESSION ROOM LOCATION

2:30 - 4:45 p.m. Ethics Training: “Conduct and Ethics Training for Water

Agency Officials: A Primer on AB 1234”

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation I (Jacobs): “Hexavalent

Chromium: Implications of the Pending California DPH

MCL”

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation II (RMJ Technologies):

“The Marriage Between Fuel Management Systems and

GPS Tracking is Significantly Reducing Fuel Budgets”

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Human Resources Program: “The Public Records Act:

What is Private These Days and What Isn’t?”

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Town Hall Meeting: “Developing Comprehensive,

Integrated Solutions in the Era of Coequal Goals”

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Water Industry Trends Program: “Nitrates in

Groundwater: How Can the Problem Be Solved?”

Colton I - III Conference

Center

Cottonwood I - II Portola

Redwood I-II Portola

San Carlos I Marriott

Steinbeck Forum Conference

Center

San Carlos III Marriott

4 - 5 p.m. Anadromous Species Task Force Portola Room Portola

4 - 5 p.m. Regions 6 and 7 Cottonwood I - II Portola

4 - 5 p.m. Region 8 San Carlos I Marriott

4 - 5 p.m. Region 9 San Carlos II Marriott

4 - 5 p.m. Region 10 San Carlos IV Marriott

4 - 6 p.m. Legal Affairs Committee De Anza I Portola

5 - 7 p.m. CH2MHILL Hosted Reception Jacks Bar & Lounge Portola

5 - 8 p.m. MWH Hosted Reception Ferrante’s Bay View Marriott


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may 9


wednesday

may 9

Printed conference materials sponsored by:

Cleaner

Energy

Greener

Planet

PG&E delivers some of the

nation’s cleanest electric power,

invests in renewables, and

supports our customers through

energy-effi ciency programs.

We are proud to

sponsor Association Of

California Water Agencies.

Together, we can preserve,

protect and sustain our

environment and communities.

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ACWA News

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Are You On Our List?

Beginning in January 2012, ACWA

News is published on a new schedule.

Each month includes:

• one printed issue; and

• one digital issue to reduce

printing and postage costs

while continuing to provide

timely coverage of the latest

water and association

news to members

and others.

Add Your E-mail

If you are an ACWA

member and have

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the printed issues, add

your e-mail address

— and those of your

agency’s directors and

general manager — to our

subscription list.

Visit acwa.com/form/acwanews-online

and fill out the

form. (You must be logged into

the website to see the form. )

Questions?

Contact Cindy Nickles, ACWA

publications editor, at cindyn@acwa.

com or 916.441.4545

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may 9


wednesday

may 9

Printed conference materials sponsored by:

El Dorado

Irrigation District

Serving people, agriculture,

businesses, and the environment

in northern California’s

El Dorado County since 1925

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Visit with PARS in booth 406 at this year’s

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7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. De Anza Foyer

Portola

ACwA registration

8 - 9:45 a.m. De Anza Ballroom

Portola

opening breakfast: “building bold”

Railroads, dams, superhighways and

other large-scale projects have shaped

the United States - especially the West.

But decades of neglect of these invaluable

investments leave us asking if we’ve lost

our way. What happened to our vision

to think big and build big? Best-selling

author and award-winning journalist Dan

McNichol will provide attendees with

an insightful look at how infrastructure

was built in the past and how it’s being

approached today.

Dan McNichol

Author

“The Roads That Built America”

Breakfast cosponsored by

mojave water Agency

nossaman llp

Ticket required for breakfast.

No breakfast service after 8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

Exhibit Hall

Regular Hours: 8:30 a.m. - Noon

1:30 - 5 p.m.

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wednesday

may 9

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10 a.m. - noon Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

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Ask the ACwA Expert!

Do you have a burning legislative or

regulatory question? Would you like

one-on-one time with key policy and

technical experts? Now's your chance!

Staff from ACWA's Regulatory, Legislative

and Federal Affairs departments will

be available to answer questions in the

Exhibit Hall.

10 - 11:45 a.m. Ferrante I-III

Conference Center

Joint Attorneys/Human resources

program: “A Case study on retirement

Benefit Restructuring”

Governments everywhere are struggling

with the rising costs of retirement and

pension benefits. Most governments that

are tackling the issue are adopting a

second-tier with a lower benefit formula

for future employees. History shows

when financial times are good, employee

groups successfully exert pressure to

collapse the second tier back into the

primary tier. Proposed GASB pension

accounting changes further exacerbate

questions about pension sustainability.

This panel will examine creative solutions

to containing costs while providing a

competitive total compensation package

and appropriate level of retirement

benefits to the public agency workforce.

Moderator:

Patrick T. Miyaki

Partner

Hanson Bridgett

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Panelists:

Debby Cherney, CPA

Executive Director of Finance

Irvine Ranch Water District

Yannick Gagne

Partner

AON Hewitt

Marcus Wu

Partner

Hanson Bridgett

1.75 hours of general MCLE credits for attorneys

or electives towards JPIA’s HR Certificate for HR

professionals may be earned by attending this

program.

10 - 11:45 a.m. San Carlos II

Marriott

Communications program: “Investing

in water systems… A view from Cities”

The challenges facing water providers

to sell the need for local system

improvements and secure the funding to

make it happen has become a hot topic

around the state. Hardly a day goes by

that we don’t see a headline, read a blog

or hear a radio interview. For city utility

departments, the challenge takes on a

whole different meaning as they compete

with a variety of other city services and

deal with city politics. So, how does a city

message the need to invest and get buyin

from their local leaders and customers?

This panel will explore the challenges and

the strategies for success.

Panelists listed on next page.

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Panelists:

Maureen Barry

WSIP Communications

Water System Improvement Program

(WSIP)

San Francisco Public Utilities

Commission

Shana Epstein

General Manager

Ventura Water

Jessica Hess

Media & Communications Specialist

City of Sacramento

Martin Querin, P.E.

Assistant Director

City of Fresno

10 - 11:45 a.m. Cottonwood I - II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation I:

natel Energy, Inc. & nline Energy, Inc.

“new Technologies and Economics for

Hydroelectric Generation in Canals”

A discussion of the potential for

hydropower in California’s constructed

waterways, focusing on the opportunity

for developing ACWA members' existing

infrastructure to cost-effectively produce

clean, renewable, distributed energy.

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10 - 11:45 a.m. Redwood I-II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation II:

superior Tank

“How Current regulatory Changes

Have Impacted storage Tank Design,

Inspection, and maintenance”

This presentation discusses the three

primary tank types (welded steel, bolted

steel and pre-stressed concrete) and

dissects the effect recent regulatory

changes are having on each tank type.

The benefits and draw-backs of each

tank type, maintenance, and inspections

will also be addressed. All appropriate

standards are referenced and discussed

in an effort to support all conclusions. As

previously noted, all recommendations

and conclusions will be supported by

AWWA Standards, California Water Works

Standard, OSHA Standards or other such

documentation.

10 - 11:45 a.m. Bonsai I-III

Portola

Finance program: “Getting the skinny

on water rates: why Have They

Increased so much?”

Panelists will reveal how they are dealing

with the CIP and O&M changes that have

occurred over the past 25 years or so. The

backbone of systems that agencies use,

were developed mainly through non-rate

revenue (such as grants, federal ER mark

or property tax). Some systems were

actually covered directly by ratepayers

Program description

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primarily with system costs smoothed over

decades through the use of low-cost, taxexempt

borrowing. Some systems were

developed over 30 years ago and the

useful life of the system is coming to an

end. As a result, rates must now bear this

burden. Higher regulatory costs for both

the quality of the water and the quantity

available add to the cost. Per capita water

consumption has fallen significantly over

the 30 years. In the past, population

growth rates have been able to mask the

decreases due to reductions in per capita

water consumption; however, with the

current housing market, the growth rate

has not been able to compensate for this

decline. The panelists will provide insight

to how they are managing these issues.

Moderator:

Tom Scaglione

Assistant General Manager

Vallecitos Water District

Panelists:

Gary M. Breaux

Assistant General Manager/CFO

Metropolitan Water District of

Southern California

Sanjay Gaur

Senior Manager

Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc.

Todd Rydstrom

Assistant General Manager/

Business Services

San Francisco Public Utilities

Commission

CPAs may receive continuing education credits by

attending this program.

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10 - 11:45 a.m. San Carlos IV

Marriott

region 5 Issue Forum: “The myths

and realities of California’s bay Area

water”

Please join us for a “Jeopardy”-style

game show issue forum that will dispel

myths and leave you with just the facts on

water issues in California’s Bay Area.

These myths and realities play a large

role in how water is managed in the San

Francisco Bay and surrounding areas.

Host:

Bette Boatmun

Past President, ACWA

Director, Contra Costa Water District

Contestants:

Joan Maher

Deputy, Water Supply Division

Manager

Santa Clara Valley Water District

Bill Kocher

Water Director

City of Santa Cruz

Dick Quigley

Director

Zone 7 Water Agency

Steven Ritchie

Assistant General Manager, Water

San Francisco Public Utilities

Commission

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10 - 11:45 a.m. Steinbeck Forum

Conference Center

statewide Issue Forum: “new Delta

Flow requirements: where water

Quality and water supply meet”

The ongoing State Board and Regional

Board water quality proceedings and their

potential impact on water supply will be

revealed at this statewide issue forum.

The panel will provide a balanced view of

those proceedings and explain why water

quality laws are used to address Delta

stream flows, how water rights may be

affected by new stream flow requirements

and why even hydroelectric generation

may be affected.

Moderator:

Jerry Johns

Independent Water Issues Consultant

Panelists:

Ryan S. Bezerra

Partner

Bartkiewicz, Kronick & Shanahan

Shawn D. Hagerty

Partner

Best Best & Krieger, LLP

Tim O’Laughlin

Partner

O’Laughlin & Paris, LLP

Jon D. Rubin

Attorney

San Luis & Delta-Mendota

Water Authority

This program is approved by the State Bar of

California for attorneys to receive 1.75 general

MCLE credits.

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10 - 11:45 a.m. San Carlos III

Marriott

water Industry Trends program: “Is your

Agency ready? Developing an Effective

salt/nutrient management plan”

In 2009, the State Water Resources

Control Board issued their Recycled Water

Policy, designed to increase the beneficial

use of recycled water from municipal

wastewater sources in California. As part of

the policy, the Board added a requirement

that a salt/nutrient management plan be

developed for each groundwater basin

and sub-basin by 2014. Many agencies

and stakeholder groups have begun

crafting these plans, but many have yet

to begin the process, and time is of the

essence. Agencies in various stages of

plan development will discuss how they

are approaching the requirement and will

offer tips for managers who need to start

planning to meet the deadline.

Moderator:

Ron Davis

Executive Director

CalDesal

Panelists:

Kurt Arends

Assistant General Manager

Zone 7 Water Agency

David Cory (invited)

San Joaquin River Exchange

Contractors Authority

Jayne Joy

Director, Environmental &

Regulatory Compliance

Eastern Municipal Water District

This program session qualifies for 1.75 hours of

CDPH operator certification credits.

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noon - 2 p.m. De Anza Ballroom

Portola

General session & luncheon

Presentation of ACWA Excellence in Water

Leadership Award

“The California water bond:

building A path Forward”

With no clear consensus in view to reduce

or delay the 2012 water bond, the next

few months will be critical for stakeholders

and lawmakers to figure out the best path

forward. Key players describe the political

landscape, voter attitudes and options for

securing needed investments in the state’s

water future.

Moderator:

Timothy H. Quinn

Executive Director

Association of California Water Agencies

Panelists:

Jim Earp

Executive Director

California Alliance for Jobs

David Metz

Partner

Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin,

Metz & Associates (FM3)

Luncheon cosponsored by

Carollo Engineers, Inc.

Elsinore valley municipal water District

lockwood, Andrews & newnam, Inc.

Ticket required for lunch.

No luncheon service after 12:30 p.m.

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General session membership meeting

The purpose of this meeting is to conduct

a vote by the membership on proposed

amendments to the bylaws recommended

by the ACWA Board of Directors at its

meeting of March 30.

General session will begin at 1:30 p.m.

Doors will open at 1:20 p.m.

2:10 - 2:30 p.m. Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

Exhibitors prize Drawing/Dessert

break

Don’t miss your chance to win a

conference registration and two nights’

lodging at the Manchester Grand

Hyatt for the 2012 Fall Conference &

Exhibition scheduled for December

4 - 7 in San Diego; or a cash prize

donated by various exhibitors. Turn

in your completed prize drawing card

at the ACWA booth in the exhibit

hall. Conference delegate MUST be

present to win! Spouses/guests are

not permitted to participate and will be

disqualified.

Ice cream break sponsored by

Krieger & stewart, Incorporated,

Consulting Engineers

Prizes won by a public official in this raffle

do not constitute a “gift” under Government

Code Section 82028. In completing Form

700, report prize winnings as income on

Schedule C.

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2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Ferrante I-III

Conference Center

Attorneys program: “water

Conservation and water Transfers”

This panel of experts will discuss the

legal requirements and background

for water transfers, particularly as they

relate to water conserved through water

conservation measures. The panel will

also cover the California Department of

Water Resources’ “policy” of protesting

transfers of conserved water unless that

water would have flowed to an “unusable”

water source. This policy has implications

beyond conserved water and could impact

future groundwater substitution transfers.

Panelists:

Daniel Kelly

Attorney

Somach, Simmons & Dunn

Jerry Johns

Independent Water Issues Consultant

This program has been approved by the State Bar

of California for attorneys to receive 1.25 hours of

general MCLE credit.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Bonsai I-III

Portola

Joint Energy/Finance program:

“money From Thin Air! How Could

California’s Cap-and-Trade Auction

and Compliance system Help water

Districts?”

Carbon allowances, offsets and auctions

are a new reality in California with the

implementation of AB 32. Can this

become a new funding source at a time

when water managers are balancing

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critical capital project deferrals and

rate affordability? At this panel, you will

learn about the California Air Resources

Board’s phased implementation of the new

cap-and-trade program, the upcoming

auctions, compliance offsets and protocols

development. Could the new offsets

mechanism allow for watershed restoration,

low impact development (LID) wastewater

and other natural capital projects to pencil

out? Join us and hear more about the

revenues, costs and the potential impact to

your water agency.

Moderator:

Spencer Bader

Division Manager, Finance

and Administration

Sonoma County Water Agency

Panelists:

Bruce McLaughlin

Principal

Braun Blaising McLaughlin & Smith, P.C.

Joel Levin

Vice President

Business Development

California Climate Action Reserve

John Battaglia

Vice President

Evolution Markets, Inc.

Lon W. House, Ph.D.

Consultant

Water and Energy Consulting

CPAs may receive continuing education credits by

attending this program.

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2:30 - 4:45 p.m. Colton I-III

Conference Center

Ethics Training: “Conduct and Ethics

Training for Water Agency Officials: A

primer on Ab 1234”

By attending this course, attendees

will have met all of the state-mandated

requirements of AB 1234.

Anyone arriving more than 15 minutes

after the session begins will NOT be

admitted.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Cottonwood I - II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation I:

Jacobs

"Hexavalent Chromium: Implications of

the pending California DpH mCl”

With CDPH developing a draft Cr(VI)

MCL, this presentation will highlight

information regarding toxicology, analytical

methods, occurrence, treatment, and

potential MCL cost implications for utilities.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Redwood I-II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation II:

rmJ Technologies

“The marriage between Fuel

management systems and Gps

Tracking is Significantly Reducing

Fuel budgets”

Average gas prices in California are over

$4 a gallon and continue to rise. The

cost of fuel has a direct impact on every

agency’s bottom line and ultimately each

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rate payer. Come and learn how fellow

agencies are managing ways to reduce

these costs which are not going away.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. San Carlos I

Marriott

Human resources program: “The

public records Act: what is private

These Days and what Isn’t?”

Attendees of this session will be provided

a summary of the key elements of the

Public Records Act that elected officials

and staff should know. The speaker will

provide practical information and will

use case studies to illustrate the ins and

outs of the PRA in terms that are easily

understood.

Presenter:

Joseph P. Byrne

Partner

Burke,Williams & Sorensen, LLP

This program may count as electives towards JPIA’s

HR Certification Program for HR professionals.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Steinbeck Forum

Conference Center

Town Hall meeting: “Developing

Comprehensive, Integrated solutions

in the Era of Coequal Goals”

With the passage of the 2009 Delta

Reform Act, California has embarked

on a new era of water policy – one that

places statewide water supply reliability

and restoration of the Delta ecosystem

on equal footing, working in concert with

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one another as opposed to competing

with each other, which has often been the

case. Conference attendees will have an

opportunity to share their perspectives

with key water policy makers who are

charged with the task of developing a

comprehensive, integrated strategy that

addresses all significant factors affecting

the advancement of the coequal goals,

including in-stream flow criteria, predation

control, fishery harvest management,

pollution control, and responding to a

changing hydrograph.

Moderator:

Barton H. “Buzz” Thompson

Director

Woods Institute for the Environment

Stanford Law School

Panelists:

Charlton H. “Chuck” Bonham

Director

California Department of Fish

and Game

David J. Guy

President

Northern California Water Association

David L. Modisette

Executive Director

California Municipal Utilities

Association

Frances Spivy-Weber

Vice Chair

State Water Resources Control Board

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2:30 - 3:45 p.m. San Carlos III

Marriott

water Industry Trends program:

“nitrates in Groundwater: How Can the

problem be solved?”

Nitrate contamination in groundwater

basins is an issue that has plagued many

parts of California for decades, including

small and disadvantaged communities

that are often served by private wells or

lack adequate infrastructure and the ability

to pay for treatment. While characterizing

the sources in each area can be

challenging, finding effective solutions to

the problem for those drinking the water

has proven to be even more difficult.

Experts will speak to attendees about

the latest efforts to solve this complex

issue, including recommendations

from the recently released report by Dr.

Thomas Harter on nitrates in the Tulare

Lake Basin and Salinas Valley (per

SBX2 1, Stat. 2008), the role of state

and regional regulatory agencies, how

public water systems can assist in the

effort, and environmental organizations’

long-term work to advocate on behalf

of communities affected by nitrate

contamination.

Moderator:

Chris Kapheim

General Manager

Alta Irrigation District

Panelists:

Thomas Harter, Ph.D.

Robert M. Hagan Endowed Chair,

Water Management & Policy

University of California, Davis

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Maria Herrera

Community Outreach Coordinator

Community Water Center

Matthew Keeling

Water Resource Control Engineer

Central Coast Water Quality

Control Board

Danny Merkley

Director, Water Resources

California Farm Bureau Federation

This program session qualifies for 1.25 hours of

CDPH operator certification credits.

4 - 5 p.m. Portola Room

Portola

Anadromous species Task Force

Chip Wulbrandt, Chair

Business meeting

4 - 5 p.m. Cottonwood I - II

Portola

regions 6 and 7

William Diedrich, Chair, Region 6

J. Paul Hendrix, Chair, Region 7

Membership meeting

4 - 5 p.m. San Carlos I

Marriott

region 8

Gail L. Pringle, Chair

Membership meeting

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4 - 5 p.m. San Carlos II

Marriott

region 9

Craig A. Ewing, Chair

Membership meeting

4 - 5 p.m. San Carlos IV

Marriott

region 10

Darrell Gentry, Chair

Membership meeting

4 - 6 p.m. De Anza I

Portola

legal Affairs Committee

Scott L. Shapiro, Chair

Business meeting

5 - 7 p.m. Jacks Bar & Lounge

Portola

CH2mHIll Hosted reception

Please join CH2MHILL at a reception

being held at Jacks Bar & Lounge, off the

Portola Lobby. All conference attendees

are welcome.

5 - 8 p.m. Ferrante's Bay View

Marriott

mwH Hosted reception

Please join MWH at a reception being

held at the Monterey Marriott. All

conference attendees are welcome.

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ACWA’s 2012 Spring

Conference & Exhibition

May 8 -11, 2012 � Monterey

THURSDAY, MAY 10 Schedule-at-a-Glance

TIME SESSION ROOM LOCATION

6:45 - 8:30 a.m. San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Water Committee Ferrantes Bay

View

Marriott

7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. ACWA Registration De Anza Foyer Portola

8 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Exhibit Hall Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

8 - 11 a.m. Ask the ACWA Expert Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

8 - 9:15 a.m. Networking Continental Breakfast De Anza Ballroom Portola

9:30 -11:45 a.m. Ethics Training: “Conduct and Ethics Training for Water

Agency Officials: A Primer on AB 1234”

10 - 11:30 a.m. Joint Attorneys/Finance Program: “Keeping Your

Revenue Stream Flowing and Constitutionally Secure”

10 - 11:30 a.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation I (Joint Panel with

EnerNoc and PG&E): “New economics for large

hydroelectric potential in existing infrastructure”

10 - 11:30 a.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation II (Wildermuth

Environmental, Inc.): “Web-Enabled, Map-Based Water

Resources Data Management”

10 - 11:30 a.m. Human Resources Program: “Employment Litigation:

Limiting Liability Through Governance”

Colton I - III Conference

Center

Ferrante I - III Conference

Center

Cottonwood I - II Portola

Redwood I-II Portola

San Carlos I Marriott

10 - 11:30 a.m. Regions 6 and 7 Issue Forum: “Impacts of SBX7 7” San Carlos IV Marriott

10 - 11:30 a.m. Statewide Issue Forum: “The Business of Water:

What is the Water Conservation Potential for the

Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Sector?”

10 - 11:30 a.m. Water Industry Trends Program: “Redistricting: Taking

Outreach Back to the Basics”

Steinbeck Forum Conference

Center

San Carlos III Marriott

11:50 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. Exhibitors’ Prize Drawing in the Exhibit Hall Serra Ballroom Conference

Center

12:15 - 2:15 p.m. General Session & Luncheon De Anza Ballroom Portola

2:15 - 2:30 p.m. Dessert Break De Anza Foyer Portola

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Attorneys Program: “Beyond the Delta: What Every

Water District Needs to Know About the Endangered

Species Act’s Critical Habitat and its Effects on Local

Water Supply”

Schedule continued on reverse.

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Continued from reverse.

ACWA’s 2012 Spring

Conference & Exhibition

May 8 -11, 2012 � Monterey

THURSDAY, MAY 10

Schedule-at-a-Glance

TIME SESSION ROOM LOCATION

2:30 -3:45 p.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation I (Golden State

Consultants): “Redistricting 101”

Cottonwood I - II Portola

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Exhibitor Technical Presentation II (U.S. Geological

Survey): “Artificial Recharge, Aquifer Storage and

Recovery: Science to Help Effectively Manage Critical

Groundwater Basins”

Redwood I - II Portola

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Federal Issues Forum San Carlos I - II Marriott

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Statewide Issue Forum: "A Look at the BDCP and Key Steinbeck Forum Conference

Decisions Ahead"

Center

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Water Industry Trends Program: “Water Recycling:

What are the Legislative Stumbling Blocks?”

San Carlos III Marriott

4 - 5 p.m. Region 1 Colton I Conference

Center

4 - 5 p.m. Region 2 Colton II Conference

Center

4 - 5 p.m. Region 3 Colton III Conference

Center

4 - 5 p.m. Region 4 Santa Monica Marriott

4 - 5 p.m. Region 5 Redwood I-II Portola

6 - 7 p.m. No-Host Reception San Carlos Foyer Marriott

7 - 10 p.m. Dinner & Entertainment: “Justin Willman: Like a San Carlos Marriott

Magician, But Cooler”

Ballroom

FRIDAY, MAY 11 Schedule-at-a-Glance

TIME SESSION ROOM LOCATION

8 - 9:30 a.m. ACWA Registration San Carlos Foyer Marriott

8:30 - 10 a.m. Hans Doe Forum Breakfast San Carlos Ballroom Marriott


Printed conference materials sponsored by:

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members to engage online.

Visit acwa.com today and

start connecting.

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Save Our Water – 2012

“Save water, rain or shine” continues to

be the theme of this valuable statewide

program. Let SOW help you spread the

message to your customers.

What’s Happening in 2012?

• A new 2-year Sunset Magazine

partnership featuring the Sunset

Plant Finder.

• A new mobile version of the awardwinning

SOW website, saveourh2o.org.

• New faces for the Real People, Real

Savings campaign.

• A paid Facebook advertising campaign

to increase the program’s social media

reach, now at 51,000 fans.

Join The Effort Today by Becoming A

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• Feature your customers in the Real

People, Real Savings program.

• Engage your customers by

coordinating with Save Our Water’s

popular Facebook page.

Join today by e-mailing Ellen Martin

at ellenm@acwa.com.

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Printed conference materials sponsored by:

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Thursday

may 10

Printed conference materials sponsored by: Printed conference materials sponsored by:

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Water: The Best Deal Around

In the latest “California’s Water” segment,

Huell Howser takes viewers on a tour of

all that goes into treating and delivering

high-quality, reliable tap water. Check

local listings or acwa.com for air dates.

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Thursday

may 10

Printed conference materials sponsored by:

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7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. De Anza Foyer

Portola

ACwA registration

8 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

Exhibit Hall

8 - 11 a.m. Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

nEw!

Ask the ACwA Expert!

Do you have a burning legislative or

regulatory question? Would you like

one-on-one time with key policy and

technical experts? Now's your chance!

Staff from ACWA's Regulatory, Legislative

and Federal Affairs departments will

be available to answer questions in the

Exhibit Hall.

8 - 9:15 a.m. De Anza Ballroom

Portola

networking Continental breakfast

Ticket required for continental breakfast.

9:30 - 11:45 a.m. Colton I-III

Conference Center

Ethics Training: “Conduct and Ethics

Training for Water Agency Officials: A

primer on Ab 1234”

By attending this course, attendees

will have met all of the state-mandated

requirements of AB 1234.

Anyone arriving more than 15 minutes

after the session begins will NOT be

admitted.

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Thursday

may 10

THursDAy

10 - 11:30 a.m. Ferrante I-III

Conference Center

Joint Attorneys/Finance program:

“Keeping your revenue stream Flowing

and Constitutionally secure”

This will be a practically oriented

presentation focused on the historical

evolution of the law relating to Propositions

13, 218, and 26; making the record

(developing, presenting, and reviewing the

cost of service study and corresponding

system of agency fees and charges);

defending the rate setting decision (court

process); with a brief discussion of what

to do with initiatives that seek to roll back

rates.

Moderator:

Daniel S. Hentschke

General Counsel

San Diego County Water Authority

Panelists:

James D. Ciampa

Partner

Lagerlof, Senecal, Gosney & Kruse LLP

Michael G. Colantuono

Attorney

Colantuono & Levin, P.C.

John Farnkopf, P.E.

Senior Vice President

HF&H Consultants, LLC

Kelly J. Salt

Partner

Best Best & Krieger

1.5 hours of general MCLE credits for attorneys or

continuing education credits for CPAs may be earned

by attending this program.

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10 - 11:30 a.m. Cottonwood I - II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation I:

Joint panel with EnernoC and pG&E

“save Energy, save money –

maximizing utility Incentives and rate

options”

EnerNOC and PG&E explore a range of

electric programs and associated moneysaving

benefits for water agencies and

agriculture customers.

- Take advantage of utility incentives

to upgrade equipment, allowing more

effective energy management on time-ofuse

rates.

- Maximize incentive payments through

demand reduction and dual participation

Moderator:

Lon W. House, Ph.D.

Consultant

Water and Energy Consulting

Presenters:

Denise Newton

Supervisor, Energy Solutions

and Service

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Greg Race

Specialist, Time-Varying Pricing

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Nic Stover

Regional Sales Director, Northwest

EnerNOC

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Thursday

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10 - 11:30 a.m. Redwood I-II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation II:

wildermuth Environmental, Inc.

“web-Enabled, map-based water

resources Data management”

HydroDaVE is a free, cloud-based

relational data management system that

allows users to store, analyze, report and

export data. Data analysis is facilitated by

a simple, but powerful map interface.

10 - 11:30 a.m. San Carlos I

Marriott

Human resources program:

“Employment litigation: limiting

liability Through Governance”

Employment practice issues are a very

real part of every workplace. Every district

has its own policies and procedures in

dealing with these issues. There are,

however some basic “rules” that should be

followed by everyone. General managers

and human resource staff are generally

the folks involved in dealing with human

resource issues. Just where do board

members fit in? What is their role, how

involved should they be, when should

they be involved, and what resources

are available to them? This presentation

will be an overview of the answers to

these questions and will utilize real-life

scenarios to assist in the explanation

of the “do’s and don’ts” of this delicate

topic. Hear how ACWA/JPIA has become

involved with many employment practices

problems and has stepped up efforts to

assist members and provide appropriate

training to make their districts run more

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smoothly and avoid lawsuits. Hear from

legal experts on board members’ role in

governance of agency employees. You will

take away important information that can

possibly save your district, and perhaps

yourself, valuable time and money! Don’t

miss it!

Panelists:

Dick Damon

Liability/Property Claims Manager

ACWA/JPIA

Robert H. Greenfield

Attorney

Greenfield Law

Jeffrey F. Oneal

Attorney

Lamore, Brazier, Riddle & Giampaoli

This program session may count as electives towards

JPIA’s HR Certification Program for HR professionals.

10 - 11:30 a.m. San Carlos IV

Marriott

regions 6 and 7 Issue Forum:

“Impacts of sbx7 7”

This panel discusses impacts of SBX7 7

water use efficiency legislation and current

implementation by local and regional water

districts and the methodologies being

considered to meet the measurement and

pricing provisions of the law. The panel will

highlight agricultural water management

plans and current reports by the California

Irrigation Institute.

Panelists listed on next page.

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Thursday

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Panelists:

Aaron Fukuda

District Engineer

Tulare Irrigation District

Mike Wade

Executive Director

California Farm Water Coalition

Representative

Center for Irrigation Technology

10 - 11:30 a.m. Steinbeck Forum

Conference Center

statewide Issue Forum: “The

business of water: what is the

water Conservation potential for

the Commercial, Industrial, and

Institutional sector?”

It is estimated the commercial, industrial

& institutional (CII) sector consumes

approximately 30 percent, or roughly

2.6 million acre feet (MAF), of the total

urban water use in California. The Water

Conservation Act of 2009 (SBX7 7) directs

the Department of Water Resources to

work with the California Urban Water

Conservation Council (CUWCC) and

a state task force to produce a report

to the Legislature documenting best

management practices for the CII sector.

What are the major findings of the report?

What is the CII sector already doing

about water use efficiency and how might

anticipated future reductions in water

use affect businesses’ environmental

footprint and their bottom line? Listen to

representatives from the Task Force and

industry experts talk about their efforts

and what they see as the future of CII

water use in California.

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Moderator:

Frances Spivy-Weber

Vice Chair

State Water Resources Control Board

Panelists:

Randi L. Knott

Vice President, Government &

Legal Relations

California Hotel and Lodging

Association

Toby Roy

Water Resources Manager

San Diego County Water Authority

Paul Boughman, Esq. (invited)

Western Area Counsel Office

United States Marine Corps Reserve

Trudi Hughes (invited)

Government Affairs Director

California League of Food Processors

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Thursday

may 10

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10 - 11:30 a.m. San Carlos III

Marriott

water Industry Trends program:

“redistricting: Taking outreach back to

the basics”

With redistricting, many agencies will have

new and/or multiple legislators representing

their district. Building and maintaining these

relationships will be a key part of achieving

your agency's legislative priorities. Join the

Outreach Task Force to hone your basic

legislative skills to help build and foster your

agency's relationships with legislators.

Moderator:

Wendy Ridderbusch

Senior Legislative Advocate

Association of California Water Agencies

Panelists:

Dennis Cocking

Public and Legislative Affairs Officer

South Tahoe Public Utility District

Jo Lynne Russo-Pereyra

Assistant General Manager for

External Affairs

Cucamonga Valley Water District

Cristel Tufenkjian

Manager of Community &

Public Relations

Kings River Conservation District

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11:50 a.m.-12:10 p.m. Serra Ballroom

Conference Center

Exhibitors' prize Drawing in the

Exhibit Hall

Don’t miss your chance to win a

conference registration and two nights’

lodging at the Manchester Grand Hyatt

for the 2012 Fall Conference & Exhibition

scheduled for December 4 - 7 in San

Diego; or a cash prize donated by various

exhibitors. Turn in your completed prize

drawing card at the ACWA booth in the

exhibit hall. Conference delegate MUST

be present to win! Spouses/guests are

not permitted to participate and will be

disqualified.

Prizes won by a public official in this raffle do

not constitute a “gift” under Government Code

Section 82028. In completing Form 700, report

prize winnings as income on Schedule C.

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Thursday

may 10

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12:15 - 2:15 p.m. De Anza Ballroom

Portola

General session & luncheon

Presentation of the Clair A. Hill Water

Agency Award for Excellence

“Implementation of the EsA: building

the bridge to Coequal Goals”

The Endangered Species Act (ESA)

implementation activities in California -

particularly in the Delta - have had a major

impact on water deliveries in recent years.

While local water agencies support the

goals of the ESA, they believe that the

state and federal agencies have greater

discretion to develop comprehensive

strategies that also consider economic

and social stability. During this program

you will hear from a federal perspective

as to how member agencies may play

a constructive role in providing specific

ideas on how to better administer the

ESA.

Keynote Speakers:

Michael J. Bean

Counselor to the Assistant Secretary

Fish and Wildlife and Parks Service

U.S. Deparment of the Interior

Douglas P. Wheeler, Esq.

Partner

Hogan Lovells

Luncheon cosponsored by

Kleinfelder

Ticket required for lunch.

No luncheon service after 12:45 p.m.

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2:15-2:30 p.m. De Anza Foyer

Portola

Dessert break

Ice cream break sponsored by

Krieger & stewart, Incorporated,

Consulting Engineers.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Ferrante I-III

Conference Center

Attorneys program: “beyond the Delta:

what Every water District needs to

Know About the Endangered species

Act’s Critical Habitat and its Effects on

local water supply”

This session provides important new

information about the U.S. Fish & Wildlife

Service’s regulations designating critical

habitat in rivers, streams, reservoirs,

and groundwater storage areas and the

potential impact on the development,

conveyance, storage, and operations

and management activities of local water

supply projects. As a result of legal

challenges to previous critical habitat

designations, which usually excluded

local water supply projects, USFWS is

redesignating critical habitat and, in many

cases, expanding the boundaries of

critical habitat to include areas essential

to the development and operation and

management of local water supply

projects. Panelists will provide the

most current developments in litigation,

regulation and policy addressing this

issue.

Moderator & panelists listed on next page.

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Thursday

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Moderator:

Robert D. Thornton

Partner

Nossaman LLP

Panelists:

Susan G. Meyer

Attorney

Nossaman LLP

Tim Ramirez

Natural Resources Division Manager

San Francisco Public Utilities

Commission

Anthony Zampiello

Executive Officer (Acting)

Main San Gabriel Basin Watermaster

This program has been approved by the State Bar

of California for attorneys to receive 1.25 hours of

general MCLE credit.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Cottonwood I - II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation I:

Golden state Consultants

“redistricting 101”

Informative presentation on what

redistricting is, how it effects water

districts, and what actions can be taken

to avoid legal ramifications.

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2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Redwood I-II

Portola

Exhibitor Technical presentation II:

u.s. Geological survey

“Artificial Recharge, Aquifer

storage and recovery: science to

Help Effectively manage Critical

Groundwater basins”

Prior to implementing artificial recharge

and storage programs, the following

questions need to be answered: Is the

site suitable for this artificial recharge?

What is the anticipated recharge rate?

Are there near-surface geologic layers

that will prevent water from reaching the

water table? Is there sufficient storage

volume? Can the water be extracted

economically, and what is the in-situ water

quality? Scientists will present several

artificial recharge scenarios and discuss

scientific information to help understand

aquifer storage and recovery planning and

management issues.

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. San Carlos I - II

Marriott

Federal Issues Forum

Attendees will hear updates and

conversation on pending U.S. Bureau

of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of

Engineers’ issues of interest to ACWA

members.

Moderator:

Linda Ackerman

Chair, ACWA Federal Affairs Committee

Director, Metropolitan Water District of

Southern California

Speakers listed on next page.

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Thursday

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Speakers:

Donald Glaser (Invited)

Mid-Pacific Regional Director

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Mike Gabaldon (Invited)

Lower Colorado Acting

Regional Director

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Paul J. Robershotte

Special Advisor, Integrated Water

Resource Planning South

Pacific Division

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. Steinbeck Forum

Conference Center

statewide Issue Forum: “A look at the

bDCp and Key Decisions Ahead”

A major milestone was reached in late

February with the early release of draft

documents analyzing key elements and

effects of the Bay-Delta Conservation

Plan (BDCP). These documents assess

the movement of an average of 5.9 million

acre feet of water a year and the creation

of over 110,000 acres of fish and wildlife

habitat. Stakeholders will share an open

discussion evaluating project alternatives

and solutions which will be critical to

solving local water issues.

Moderator:

Stuart Leavenworth

Editorial Page Editor

The Sacramento Bee

Panelists:

Mark Cowin

Director

California Department of Water

Resources

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Cynthia Koehler

California Water Legislative Director

Environmental Defense Fund

Jerry Meral

Deputy Secretary

California Natural Resources Agency

Roger K. Patterson

Assistant General Manager -

Strategic Water Initiatives

Metropolitan Water District of

Southern California

2:30 - 3:45 p.m. San Carlos III

Marriott

water Industry Trends program:

“water recycling: what are the

legislative stumbling blocks?”

Increased water recycling is widely accepted

as a key means to significant, new, local

water supply reliability in the near-term. But

while water quality and technical advances

are increasing the feasibility of this supply,

its political viability has proven to be more

elusive. What are some of the current

political and accompanying regulatory

barriers to increased water recycling

in California? Our panel shares their

viewpoints in a lively discussion.

Moderator:

Wendy Ridderbusch

Senior Legislative Advocate

Association of California Water Agencies

Panelists:

Richard Harris

Senior Policy Advisor, Nossaman LLP

Lobbyist, WateReuse California

Jim Metropulos

Senior Advocate

Sierra Club California

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Thursday

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4 - 5 p.m. Colton I

Conference Center

region 1

Paul Helliker, Chair

Membership meeting

4 - 5 p.m. Colton II

Conference Center

region 2

Eric Larrabee, Chair

Membership meeting

4 - 5 p.m. Colton III

Conference Center

region 3

Robert Dean, Chair

Membership meeting

4 - 5 p.m. Santa Monica

Marriott

region 4

Robert S. Roscoe, Chair

Membership meeting

4 - 5 p.m. Redwood I-II

Portola

region 5

David Hodgin, Chair

Membership meeting

6 - 7 p.m. San Carlos Foyer

Marriott

no-Host reception

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7 - 10 p.m. San Carlos Ballroom

Marriott

Dinner & Entertainment

“Justin willman: like a magician,

but Cooler”

This Thursday evening dinner event will

be less formal and more relaxed. The

evening will feature a variety of food

stations allowing you to mingle your

way through dinner, while visiting with

your colleagues and friends. After dinner

you will be treated to the entertainment

of Justin Willman – who’s “like a

magician, but cooler.” Quickly becoming

one of the busiest TV personalities and

live entertainers in America, Willman

has been featured on the Rachael Ray

talk show and presently hosts the hit

shows “Cupcake Wars” and “Last Cake

Standing” on the Food Network. Having

performed at the White House last

year for the President and First Lady,

Willman is the “new breed of magician,

a sort of young, hip Ed Sullivan who’s

making magic cool again for grownups,”

according to a December 9, 2011

Los Angeles Times article. Come as

you are and join us for a relaxed and

fun evening!

Attire is casual.

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FrIDAy

8 - 9:30 a.m. San Carlos Foyer

Marriott

ACwA registration

8:30 - 10 a.m. San Carlos Ballroom

Marriott

Hans Doe Forum breakfast

ACwA program update

Save Our Water

2012 Campaign Update

Jennifer Persike

ACWA Director of Strategic

Coordination & Public Affairs

“Decision 2012 - Fasten your seatbelts?”

This fall, voters are facing one of the

longest and most important ballots in

years. Critical measures on water, taxes

and redistricting are already on the ballot

and could be joined by a dozen more.

At the same time, radical changes in

how voters pick candidates could result

in major changes to the make-up of the

state Legislature. Join us as television

political commentator Kevin Eckery helps

conference attendees gain valuable

perspective on the November election.

Keynote Speaker:

Kevin Eckery

President

Eckery Associates

Ticket required for breakfast.

No breakfast service after 9 a.m.

A $250 cash prize drawing will be held at

the end of the breakfast. you must be

registered, have purchased a breakfast

ticket, and be present to win.

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Friday

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oTHEr EvEnTs

Tuesday, may 8

8 a.m. Poppy Hills Golf Course

Pebble Beach

ACwA/mwH Golf Tournament

Thursday, may 10

6:45 - 8:30 a.m. Ferrantes Bay View

Marriott

san Joaquin valley Agricultural water

Committee

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other

Events


other

Events

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ACWA Health Benefits Authority

Employee Health, Vision, Dental, Life & More

800-736-2292

ACWA/JPIA

Joint Powers Insurance Authority

800-231-5742

Constellation Energy

Demand Curtailment Program

714-572-3141

Employee Relations, Inc.

Pre-Employment Background Check Services

800-716-7773

EnerNOC, Inc.

Demand Response Services

909-809-7635

Foundation Windpower

Wind Turbines

415-819-5797

NLine Energy

Inconduit Hydro

415-236-0112

RMJ Technologies

Fleet Optimization

877-273-0333 Ext 1009

ACWA Preferred Providers

continued on the next page.

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Exhibitors


Exhibitors

Shell Energy North America

Natural Gas Purchase Program

510-665-9081

SunPower Corporation

Solar Energy Provider

510-868-1270

949-581-6022

Sylvir Consulting, Inc.

Comprehensive Grant & Professional

Management Services

916-560-9636

Water and Energy Consulting

Dr. Lon House, 530-676-8956

and

Efficiency Analysts International

Dr. Blaine Reely, 520-360-5657

Energy Cost Reduction Assessments

Water Systems Optimization, Inc.

Water Loss and Leak Detection

415-538-8641

For information on the ACWA

Preferred Provider (APP) Program,

contact Linda Anderson, Business

Development Coordinator at

lindaa@acwa.com

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ExHIbITors

The popular exhibit hall, open to all

registered conference delegates, is located

in the serra ballroom of the monterey

Conference Center.

A Welcome Reception will be hosted in the

exhibit hall Tuesday, from 5 - 6:30 p.m. The

exhibit hall will also be open Wednesday,

8:30 a.m. - noon & 1:30 - 5 p.m. and

Thursday, 8 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

prize Drawings

Drawings for CASH prizes contributed by

various exhibitors will be held in the exhibit

hall immediately following the luncheon on

Wednesday and at 11:50 a.m. on Thursday.

To be eligible, stop by participating

exhibitors’ booths to have them sign your

entry card. Then turn in your completed card

at the ACWA booth located in the exhibit

hall. As second prize, ACWA will donate one

free conference registration and two nights’

lodging at the headquarters hotel for the

ACWA 2012 Fall Conference & Exhibition

in San Diego, December 4-7, 2012.

Conference delegate must be present to

win. spouses/guests are not permitted to

participate and will be disqualified.

Entry cards are available in the ACWA

Conference Materials Pick-Up area. Deposit

entry cards at the ACWA booth in the exhibit

hall.

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Exhibitors


Exhibitors

ExHIbITors

A spECIAl THAnK you To THE

FollowInG sponsors In THE

ExHIbIT HAll

Welcome Reception hors d'oeuvres hosted by

the following:

nEw!

AECom

brown and Caldwell

California bank & Trust

California special Districts Alliance

Cardno EnTrIx

CompuCom

Contractor Compliance & monitoring, Inc.

Deerpoint Group Inc.

Dudek

Environmental science Associates

HDr Engineering

Jacobs

lincoln Financial Advisors

richards, watson & Gershon

solarCity

sunpower Corporation

Truepoint solutions

wells Capital management

willdan

Espresso bar and coffee, provided by

Alliant Insurance services, Inc., will

be served Wednesday and Thursday

mornings in the exhibit hall.

Ice cream bars, provided by Krieger

& stewart, Incorporated, Consulting

Engineers, will be served in the exhibit hall

following lunch on Wednesday and in the

De Anza Foyer following lunch on Thursday.

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ExHIbITors

ACwA (Booths 110, 112)

Tim Quinn, Executive Director

910 K St., Suite 100

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 441-4545

www.acwa.com

Thank you for your participation in ACWA’s

2012 Spring Conference & Exhibition. We

are glad you are here and welcome you

to visit the ACWA exhibit booth to ‘Ask the

Expert’ and learn all the ways that ‘ACWA is

the Resource that Works for You.’

ACWA Health Benefits

Authority (Booths 103, 105)

Cynthia Harding, Operations Manager

4600 Northgate, Suite 100

Sacramento, CA 95834

(916) 779-1145

ACwA/JpIA

(Booths 107, 109)

Walter ‘Andy’ Sells, Chief Executive Officer

2100 Professional Drive

Roseville, CA 95661

(916) 786-5742

www.acwajpia.com

ACWA/JPIA provides cost-effective liability,

property, and workers’ compensation

coverage programs. JPIA also provides

risk management, human resources, and

training services to its members to assist

them in controlling loss exposures and

minimizing potential claims.

Denotes ACWA Preferred Provider

These exhibitors have special programs

to offer ACWA organizations to save them

time, money and effort in their day-to-day

operations.

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Exhibitors

ExHIbITors

AECom (Booth 208)

Matt Thomas, Vice President

1501 Quail Street

Newport Beach, CA 92660

(949) 476-3300

www.aecom.com

AECOM is a recognized leader in water

resource planning, engineering, design,

contruction management, environmental

and ecological planning and NEPA/CEQA/

ESA compliance for treatment, desalination,

water supply, storage, distribution facilities

and flood management.

Aircon Energy (Booth 612)

Shannon Rund, Energy Services Advisor

830 West Stadium Lane

Sacramento, CA 95834

(916) 922-2004

www.airconenergy.com

Aircon Energy has been developing turnkey

self-funding energy and water conservation

projects for California governments since the

mid-80s.

Atkins (Booth 517)

David Beauchamp, Project Manager

1410 Rocky Ridge Dr, Ste 140

Roseville, CA 95661

(916) 380-3277

www.atkinsglobal.com

Atkins’ water and environment capabilities

include water-wastewater master planning,

rate studies, design-engineering, hydrologyhydraulic

modeling, water resource

planning, ecosystem restoration, GIS, and

program management.

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ExHIbITors

badger meter, Inc. (Booth 309)

Brian Helphand, Account Manager

4545 W Brown Deer Rd.

Milwaukee, WI 53223

(414) 371-6537

www.badgermeter.com

Badger Meter is a leading innovator,

manufacturer, and marketer of flow

measurement and control products, serving

water and gas utilities, municipalities and

industrial customers worldwide.

bartle wells Associates (Table G)

Stephanie Osborn, Office Administrator

1889 Alcatraz Ave.

Berkeley, CA 94703

(510) 653-3399

www.bartlewells.com

Bartle Wells Associates is a public finance

consulting firm with over 45 years of

experience specializing in water rates and

fees studies; preparation of comprehensive

financial plans; and capital project financing

for California water agencies.

big valley Divers Inc. (Table I)

Douglas Maxfield, President

PO Box 3284

Chico, CA 95927

(530) 898-1110

www.bigvalleydivers.com

Big Valley Divers has a professionally

trained staff of experienced inland divers

and is fully equiped to perform your diving

needs.

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Exhibitors


Exhibitors

ExHIbITors

borrego solar systems (Booth 313)

Steve Birndorf, Project Developer

360 22nd St., #600

Oakland, CA 94612

(510) 496-8701

www.borregosolar.com

Borrego Solar specializes in solar financing

and installation of commercial and public

sector, turn-key, grid-connected solar electric

power systems.

brown and Caldwell (Booth 418)

Judith Millard, Business Development

Associate

201 N Civic Drive

Walnut Creek, CA 94596

(925) 210-2545

www.brownandcaldwell.com

Brown and Caldwell engineers, scientists

and planners provide expertise in all aspects

of water resources management, including

water supply, treatment and distribution

planning and design services.

Calgon Carbon Corporation (Booth 205)

Robert Rayner, Director of Sales -

West Region

12832 Imperial Hwy

Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

(562) 864-3800

www.calgoncarbon.com

Calgon Carbon, a leader in activated carbon,

has pioneered cutting edge purification

systems for drinking water, wastewater,

odor control and a variety of industrial and

commercial manufacturing processes.

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ExHIbITors

California - nevada section, AwwA

(Booth 405)

Jenae Jones, Events and Marketing Manager

10574 Acacia St., D6

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

(909) 2912119

www.ca-nv-awwa.org

CA-NV AWWA provides education, certification

and networking opportunities to water industry

professionals.

California bank and Trust (Booth 417)

Veenindra Singh, Vice President

Sales Consultant

300 Lakeside Drive, Ste. 800

Oakland, CA 94612

(510) 808-3557

www.calbanktrust.com

Banking and investment services.

California Department of water resources

(Booth 500)

Michael Miller

1416 9th Street, Rm 1115-1

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 651-6947

www.water.ca.gov

To manage the water resources of California

in cooperation with other agencies, to benefit

the state’s people, and to protect, restore, and

enhance the natural and human environments.

California Farm water Coalition (Booth 409)

Mike Wade, Executive Director

6133 Freeport Blvd., 2nd Floor

Sacramento, CA 95822

(916) 391-5030

www.farmwater.org

CFWC provides education and outreach to

consumers on California farm water issues.

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Exhibitors


Exhibitors

ExHIbITors

California rural water Association

(Booth 204)

Erin Bertoni, Resource Development

Coordinator

4125 Northgate Blvd.

Sacramento, CA 95834

(916) 553-4900

www.calruralwater.org

CRWA is a 501 (c) (6) non-profit

organization dedicated to assisting rural

communities with training and technical

assistance.

California special Districts Alliance

(Booth 225)

Cathrine Lemaire, Membership Director

1112 I St, Ste 200

Sacramento, CA 95814

(877) 924.2732

www.allspecialdistricts.com

California Special Districts Alliance is the

premier resource for all special districts

offering advocacy, education, financing, risk

management, and more. A collaboration

between CSDA, the CSDA Finance

Corporation, and SDRMA.

California water Awareness Campaign

(Booth 520)

Lynne Wichmann, Executive Director

910 K Street, #340

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 444-2584

www.wateraware.org

The California Water Awareness Campaign

educates Californians about using water

wisely inside and outside the home.

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ExHIbITors

CalpErs (Booth 513, 515)

Cori Wong, Event Planner

400 Q Street

Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 795-9176

www.calpers.ca.gov

CalPERS provides retirement and health

benefits to more than 1.6 million public

employees, retirees, and their families and

more than 3,000 employers.

CalTrusT / wells Capital management

(Booth 206)

Lyle Defenbaugh, Sales Director

400 Capitol Mall, Ste. 702

Sacramento, CA 95814

(888) 422-8778

www.caltrust.org

A joint powers authority established to

administer a pool investment program for

local agencies. Three account options

available: money market, short-term, and

medium-term.

Cardno EnTrIx (Booth 614)

John Giambastiani, Senior Vice President

2300 Clayton Rd., #200

Concord, CA 95420

(925) 988-1201

www.entrix.com

A professional environmental consulting

company, Cardno ENTRIX specializes

in water resources management,

environmental liability and risk management,

natural resources management, and

permitting and compliance.

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Exhibitors


Exhibitors

ExHIbITors

CDm smith (Booth 217)

Paul Meyerhofer, Senior Vice President

100 Pringle Avenue, Ste. 300

Walnut Creek, CA 94596

(925) 296-8191

www.cdm.com

CDM Smith is a full service consulting,

engineering, construction and operations

firm helping clients meet water resources

and water infrastructure design and planning

project needs.

CompuCom (Booth 616)

Miles Allarea, Software Consultant

7171 Forest Lane

Dallas, TX 75230

(800) 400-9852 x2

www.compucomproducts.com

CompuCom Public Sector team delivers IT

solutions and support through our dedicated

team of software experts. We are one of

the largest providers of Microsoft, Adobe,

Symantec, Red Hat and Blackerry Software.

Concepts In Controls, Inc. (Booth 207)

Doug Stevens, President

225 S. Cotta Court

Visalia, CA 93292

(559) 738-1871

Systems integrator specializing in SCADA

and variable frequency drive systems.

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ExHIbITors

Constellation Energy

(Booth 108)

Randy Palombi, VP, Load Response

547 Apollo Street, Suite F

Brea, CA 92821

(714) 572-3141

www.constellation.com

Constellation Energy is one of the largest

and most experienced demand response

providers in North America, managing

approximately 1,600 MW dispatchable load

capacity.

Contractor Compliance & monitoring, Inc.

(Booth 512)

Deborah Wilder, President

635 Mariners Island Blvd., #200

San Mateo, CA 94404

(650) 522-4403

www.ccmi-tpa.com

CCMI specializes in providing prevailing

wage and labor compliance monitoring

services for public entities using Prop 50,

Prop 84, Arra stimilus funding, and more!

Deerpoint Group Inc. (Booth 304)

Deborah Miller

4339 N. Selland Ave.

Fresno, CA 93722

(559) 224-4000

www.thedeerpointgroup.com

Deerpoint Group Inc. provides chemical

water treatment for canals, reservoirs and

agricultural irrigation systems to control

algae, weed and bacteria.

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Dewberry (Booth 408)

Michael Mitchener, Senior Project Manager

1410 Rocky Ridge Blvd., Ste. 305

Roseville, CA 95661

(916) 380-3770

www.dewberry.com

Dewberry is a professional services firm

with more than 40 locations nationally,

specializing in management and consulting,

infrastructure engineering, and architectural

and building engineering services.

Dudek (Booth 224)

Bill Ziebron, Northern California

Vice President

980 9th Street, Suite 1750

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 443-8335

www.dudek.com

Our 250 environmental and engineering

professionals are bullish on California,

and enjoy helping California’s public

agencies, institutions, landowners

and businesses succeed in improving

and expanding their infrastructure and

facilities. Since 1980, we’ve provided our

California clients environmental, permitting,

planning, engineering, construction and

operational services. Our professionals

focus on our clients’ everyday problems and

issues, establish long-term collaborative

relationships and successfully achieve costeffective

results.

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ECorp Consulting, Inc. (Booth 108)

Kathy Kondor, Regional Business

Development Manager

2525 Warren Drive

Rocklin, CA 95677

(916) 782-9100

www.ecorpconsulting.com

ECORP offers full service natural resources

management, enivronmental permitting,

regulatory compliance and environmental

documentation; specializing in aquatic/

terrestrial biology, water resources

operations, simulation modeling and

streamflow gauging.

EnernoC Inc

(Booth 101)

Virginia Fuller, Communications Specialist

500 Howard St, 4th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94105

(617) 692-2523

www.enernoc.com

EnerNOC is transforming the way the

world uses energy. We help end-users use

energy more intelligently, pay less for it,

and generate cash flow that benefits the

bottom line. We bring proven expertise and

innovative ideas to both groups through a

full suite of energy management solutions

including comprehensive demand response,

data-driven energy efficiency, energy price

and risk management, and enterprise

carbon management.

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Environmental science Associates

(Booth 509)

Leslie Moulton, California Water

Practice Leader

225 Bush Street, Suite 1700

San Francisco, CA 94104

(415) 896-5900

www.esassoc.com

ESA provides comprehensive,

environmental services for water,

wastewater, recycled water and flood

management; technical studies, CEQA/

NEPA, permitting, ecosystem restoration,

environmental hydrology, sea level rise and

shoreline hazard management mitigation

and construction monitoring.

Fieldman, rolapp & Assoc. (Booth 200)

Tom DeMars, Managing Principal

19900 MacArthur Blvd, Ste 1100

Irvine, CA 92612

(949) 660-7300

www.Fieldman.com

Fieldman, Rolapp & Associates is a full

service consulting firm that offers financial

and investment advice to state/local

government and non-profit institutions.

Fitch ratings (Booth 301)

John Tillapaugh, Senior Director

650 California St., 4th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94108

(415) 732-7575

www.fitchratings.com

International Rating Agency with 50 offices

worldwide, including San Francisco, with

local and national focus on water and

wastewater issues.

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FlowTITE FIbErGlAss pIpE

(Booth 214)

Bill Harrel, Regional Manager

3009 N. Laurel Ave.

Rialto, CA 92377

(909) 434-1888

www.uscpsouth.com

FLOWTITE FRP - Immune to galvanic and

electrolytic corrosion with NSF61 approval,

0 to 250psi diameters 12” to 156” Flowtite

fiberglass pipe is the ideal pipe choice for

water supply systems.

Fresno valves & Castings, Inc. (Booth 507)

PJ Method

PO Box 40

Selma, CA 93662

(800) 333-1658

www.fresnovalves.com

Manufacturer of canal gates, fabricated slide

gates, flap gates, overshot gates and radial

gates.

Fugro Consultants Inc (Booth 604)

Todd Mitchell, Remote Sensing Manager

4820 McGrath, Suite #100

Ventura, CA 93003

(805) 650-7000

www.fugroconsultants.com

Fugro provides hydrogeologic, geotechnical,

geologic, hydrographic/aerial survey, and geoenvironmental

services for water infrastructure.

Experience includes wells, dams, levees,

aqueducts, reservoirs, water/wastewater

treatment and pipelines.

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GEI Consultants Inc. (Booths 122, 124)

Tracy Locarnini, Regional Operations

Administrator

2868 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 400

Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

(661) 716-3026

www.geiconsultants.com

GEI Consultants' focus on water resources

includes developing integrated regional

water plans, water management strategies

and planning and designing major flood

control and water supply infrastructure.

Gillis & panichapan Architects

(Booth 203)

Jack Panichapan, President / CEO

2900 Bristol St, G-205

Costa Mesa, CA 92626

(714) 668-4260

www.gparchitects.org

Gillis + Panichapan Architects is a studio

specializing in architecture, interior design,

and planning of civic and municipal projects.

Golden Harvest Inc. (Booth 319)

Nolan Allen, Western Region Sales Manager

1612 West Mineral King Ave., Ste. B

Visalia, CA 93291

(559) 734-9778

www.goldenharvestinc.com

Manufacturer of water control gates,

including but not limited to: sluice, slide,

weir, flap, radial, overshot gates, and

upstream level control gates.

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Hach Hydromet (Booth 502)

Patrick Sanders, Territory Manager

5600 Lindbergh Drive

Loveland, CO 80539

(650) 941-4695

www.hachhydromet.com

Hach Hydromet helps water resource

professionals generate reliable data

throughout the entire cycle of water, from

measuring precipitation to monitoring

estuaries and ground water, and everything

in between. Hydrolab multi-parameter

water quality instruments are built using the

industry's leading sensor technology. OTT

products have been leading level, discharge,

and precipitation measurement for over 130

years. Our technology, combined with expert

technical support and service, delivers

results you can depend on.

Hanson bridgett llp (Booth 302)

Patrick Miyaki, Partner

425 Market St., 26th Fl

San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 995-5048

www.hansonbridgett.com

Hanson Bridgett is a law firm of over 150

attorneys well known in Northern California.

We have extensive experience with water

rights and general public agency issues.

HDr Engineering Inc. (Booth 300)

Lauren Garcia, Marketing Coordinator

2121 N. California Blvd., Ste. 475

Walnut Creek, CA 95630

(925) 974-2527

www.hdrinc.com

HDR is an engineering firm providing

planning, design and construction services

in the water and wastewater industry.

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Horizon water and Environmental llC

(Booth 514)

Sandy Devoto, Associate Consultant

1330 Broadway Ave, #424

Oakland, CA 94612

(925) 323-2940

www.horizonh2o.com

Horizon Water and Environment is a

multidisciplinary environmental consulting

firm specializing in CEQA compliance

and environmental permitting for complex

wetland, stream, and water resources

projects.

Hydro Component systems (Booth 306)

Shane Scott, Sales Representative

4719 NE Salmon Creek St

Vancouver, WA 98686

(360) 576-4830

www.hydrocomponentsystems.com

Manufacture and sales of trash racks and

rakers for dams and other water related

facilities.

International water screens (Booth 413)

Chris Gargan, Sales

11007 Ainswick Dr.

Bakersfield, CA 93311

(661) 979-7206

www.internationalwaterscreens.com

Traveling water screens and self-cleaning

fish screens.

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Isolux Technologies Div.,

mEl Chemicals, Inc (Booth 317)

Jim Pardini, Isolux Business Manager

500 Barbertown-Point Breeze Road

Flemington, NJ 8822

(908) 782-5800 x1200

www.zrpure.com

Cartridge based absorption systems for

removal of trace contaminants such as

arsenic, antimony, chromium, and lead that

require no backwash.

Jacobs (Booth 402)

Gary Brasser, Senior Vice President

2300 Clayton Rd., Suite 550

Concord, CA 94520

(925) 356-3915

www.jacobs.com

Jacobs is one of the world’s largest and

most diverse providers of professional

and technical services with more than

60,000 professional and support personnel

worldwide.

Jacobs Associates (Booth 416)

Grace Lui, Marketing Manager

465 California Street, Suite 1000

San Francisco, CA 94104

(415) 434-1822

www.jacobssf.com

Jacobs Associates offers design,

construction management services for

underground projects and excels in the

water, wastewater, and transportation

sectors. We also offer dispute resolution

capabilities.

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KIsTErs north America (Booth 314)

Jennifer Durda, Administrator

7777 Greenback Lane, Suite 209

Citrus Heights, CA 95610

(916) 723-1441

www.kisters.net

KISTERS is the world leader in time series

data offering software packages capable

of working with an unlimited amount of

hydrological and environmental data.

layne Christensen Company (Booth 308)

Paul Lanhardt, Business Manager

11001 Etiwanda Ave

Fontana, CA 92337

(909) 390-2833

www.laynechristensen.com

Layne Christensen’s Water Resources

Division provides a full line of waterrelated

services and products including

hydrological studies, site selection, well

design, drilling and well development,

pump installation, repair and maintenance.

The division’s offerings also include the

design and construction of water treatment

facilities and the manufacture and sale

of products to treat volatile organics and

other contaminants such as nitrates, iron,

manganese, arsenic, radium and radon in

groundwater.

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liebert Cassidy whitmore (Booth 504)

Ann DeGuilio, Marketing Coordinator

6033 W Century Blvd., Suite 500

Los Angeles, CA 90045

(310) 981-2000

www.lcwlegal.com

Liebert Cassidy Whitmore is a public sector

employment and labor law firm representing

management. LCW also offers expert

management training workshops on these

issues.

lincoln Financial Advisors (Table F)

Anne Curry, Administrative Director

18400 Von Karman Ave. #400

Irvine, CA 92612

(949) 474-6879

www.planningpros.com

A leader in employer markets for over

40 years. Lincoln Financial Advisors has

provided retirement planning and consulting

for ACWA members since 1986.

mACE usA llC (Booth 521)

Tim Quinlan, Managing Partner

PO Box 7144

Overland Park, KS 66207

(888) 440-4215

www.maceusa.com

MACE USA LLC distributes high technology

flow meters, dataloggers, and controllers for

irrigation water and wastewater monitoring.

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moonlight business process

outsourcing (Booth 219)

John Garcia, Account Executive

2491 NE Twin Knolls Dr., Ste 102

Bend, OR 97701

(707) 746-1905

www.moonlightbpo.com

We are a woman-owned, Print-to-Mail

Outsourcing company who specializes in

utility statements. Our current certifications

are: Sas70 Type II FISAAP HIPAA HITech

WBENC WBE

murCal Inc. (Booth 316)

Lane Vallier, Marketing Manager

41343 12th Street West

Palmdale, CA 93551

(661) 272-4700

www.murcal.com

MurCal Municipal automates engine and

electric motor driven pumps. We develop

efficient solutions to the control issues facing

modernized water and sewage pumping

stations.

natel Energy, Inc. (Booth 620)

Joe Blankenship, Director of Sales

2175 Monarch St.

Alameda, CA 94501

(510) 984-2645

www.natelenergy.com

Natel Energy, Inc. is a provider of low-head

hydropower systems.

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natgun / DyK, Divisions of Dn Tanks

(Booth 213)

Carly DeVries, Marketing

351 Cypress Lane

El Cajon, CA 92022

(619) 490-8181

www.dntanks.com

DYK and Natgun have merged to form

a new parent company, DN Tanks Inc.,

specializing in the design and construction

of prestressed concrete water tanks.

nationwide retirement solutions

(Booth 501)

Marshall Goff, Program Director -

Southern CA/Nevada

5469 Kearny Villa Road Suite 208

San Diego, CA 92123

(858) 569-0295

www.nrsforu.com

Nationwide Retirement Solutions is an

administrator of deferred compensation

defined contribution benefits for public

sector agencies and organizations. This

includes 403(b), 401(a) and 457 plans.

niagara Conservation (Booth 404)

Bill Cutler, President

949 South Coast Drive, Suite 475

Costa Mesa, CA 92626

(714) 966-9100

www.niagaraconservation.com

Niagara Conservation Corporation is a

privately-held, leading manufacturer of

water and energy-conservation products

engineered to maximize efficiency while still

maintaining optimal performance.

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nline Energy Inc.

(Booth 106)

Matthew Swindle, CEO

533 Airport Blvd., Suite 400

Burlingame, CA 94010

(650) 373-2025

www.nlineenergy.com

NLine Energy is a full service hydroelectric

project development company that

harnesses wasted energy found in water

and wastewater systems to create costeffective

renewable electricity, increase

system efficiency and offset greenhouse gas

emissions for California water agencies.

obermeyer Hydro, Inc (Booth 403)

Robert Eckman, Vice President

PO Box 668

Fort Collins, CO 80528

(970) 568-9844

www.obermeyerhydro.com

Obermeyer Hydro, Inc. designs, supplies,

and installs the patented Obermeyer Gate

System and inflatable rubber dams on a

global basis.

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

(Booths 600, 602)

Dean Kunesh

245 Market Street, Mail Code: N3Z

San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 238-9934

www.pge.com

PG&E subsidizes pump efficiency tests

and provides cash incentives for pump

retrofit projects, along with incentives

for a vast number of irrigation products/

technologies. We wish to educate attendees

at the conference in the many ways we can

support their water conservation efforts.

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pArs (Booth 406)

Mitch Barker, Executive Vice President

4350 Von Karman Ave., Suite 100

Newport Beach, CA 92660

(800) 540-6369 x 116

www.pars.org

PARS designs, implements, and administers

complete individualized retirement programs

that save public agencies money and

enhance employee benefits in the process.

performance meter, Inc. (Booth 215)

Marty Johnson, Strategic Account Manager

PO Box 256

Banning, CA 92220

(951) 634-4765

www.performancemeter.com

Performance Meter, Inc. is a leading

California manufacturer of water meters

and AMR products. Offering both positive

displacement and multi-jet types.

preload Inc. (Booth 202)

Lynda Peters, Sales Administrator

2613 Industrial Lane

Garland, TX 75041

(972) 994-0550

www.preload.com

Preload Inc. is the world leader in

prestressed concrete tank construction

with more than 3,600 tanks. Preload tanks

can be up to 80’ high and capacities 40.0

MG or greater. Tanks are built for water,

wastewater, LHG, TES, CSO and other

applications.

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provost & pritchard Consulting Group

(Booth 421)

Dale Melville, President

286 W Cromwell Ave

Fresno, CA 93711

(559) 449-2700

www.ppeng.com

Provost & Pritchard have served the

purveyors of water and agricultural interests

throughout California for over four decades.

The firm’s engineering and consulting

services are rooted in this tradition. Services

include civil and agricultural engineering,

CEQA/NEPA, hydrogeology, construction

services and land surveying.

Quad Knopf, Inc. (Booth 315)

Lydia Zabrycki, Director of Business

Partnering

5110 W. Cypress Avenue

Visalia, CA 93277

(800) 955-7599

www.quadknopf.com

Quad Knopf is dedicated to providing

innovative and efficient solutions in the

areas of engineering, surveying, design,

construction management, environmental

planning and permitting, and NEPA/CEQA

compliance to water, irrigation, and special

districts.

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recon Environmental (Booth 400)

Nicole Turner, Business Development

1927 Fifth Avenue

San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 308-9333

www.reconenvironmental.com

RECON Environmental provides water

agencies in California with a full range of

environmental services from CEQA/NEPA

compliance to complete ecological restoration.

resource Action programs (Booth 419)

James Heier, Vice President of

Sales & Marketing

976 United Circle

Sparks, NV 89431

(888) 438-9473

www.resourceaction.com

Resource Action Programs offers conservation

programs designed to increase residential

resource efficiency. The proven and effective

design generates immediate savings while

providing maximum return on investment.

richards, watson & Gershon (Booth 401)

Steven R. Orr, Attorney

355 South Grand Avenue, 40th Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90071

(213) 626-8484

www.rwglaw.com

Richards, Watson & Gershon is a full-service

public law firm with more than 65 lawyers. With

offices in Los Angeles, Orange County, San

Francisco, and Temecula, we serve as water

rights and water law counsel, and general and

special counsel to public entities of all sizes

and demographics throughout California.

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rmJ Technologies

(Booth 113)

Jerome Toliver, CEO

169 Gardenside Court

Fallbrook, CA 92028

(877) 273-0333

www.rmjtech.com

RMJ Technologies is a fleet optimization

company specializing in vehicle GPS

tracking with remote diagnostics. RMJ

Technologies is the Preferred Provider

among California water agencies.

rsA Environmental Inc. (Booths 606, 608)

Rick Adler, President

1573 Mimosa Ct

Upland, CA 91784

(909) 946-0964

www.rsaenvironmental.com

Innovative retrofit +/- 2% accurate flow

metering pipe system with battery powered

totalizer for use in farm turn-outs that

satisfies the SBx7-7 requirements.

rubicon water (Booth 412)

Darrel Evensen, Solutions Engineer

4563 Denrose Court

Fort Collins, CO 80524

(970) 482-3200

www.rubiconwater.com

Rubicon Water has developed a range of

proven control gates, meters, and software

solutions that sustainably improve the

operation and efficiency of irrigation supply

systems.

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semitropic-rosamond water

bank Authority (Booth 127)

Marsha Payne, Executive Secretary

1101 Central Avenue

Wasco, CA 93280

(661) 758-5113

Water Banking Program in Kern County,

Central Valley, and East Kern which

provides 800,000 AF of groundwater storage

opportunities for customers statewide.

shell Energy north America

(Booth 104)

Rand Havens, General Manager, Operations

2027 4th Street, #B

Berkeley, CA 94710

(510) 665-9081

www.shell.com/us/energy

ACWA members that use large amounts of

natural gas can reduce their costs by buying

gas through Shell Energy North America.

This program gives members greater

market access and lower pricing through

group purchases. Several pricing options

are available, including fixed pricing for a

specified term or floating indexed pricing. It

is a proven program that has been reducing

members’ natural gas costs since early

1997.

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smartDitch (Booth 209)

David Luke, President Frontier Sales and

Sales Rep SmartDitch

1914 E 9400 South, #114

Sandy, UT 84093

(801) 649-6125 ext 1

www.smartditch.com

The SmartDitch® System is designed to

improve water flow and minimize erosion

along irrigation, stormwater, and water

conveyance channels. It is an engineered

“ditch lining” system that is often specified

for drainage projects where traditional

methods such rip rap, concrete, and

vegetated channels have failed. SmartDitch

is an ideal solution for slope stabilization,

erosion control, and improved water flow.

Typical applications include: roadside DOT

drainage channels, irrigation/agriculture

ditches, residential and commercial

site drainage, and landfill maintenance

and restoration projects. Whether your

project calls for a new installation, ditch

rehabilitation or temporary flow diversion,

SmartDitch comes in three sizes: 12” and

24” depth pre-formed channel sections,

and as an infinitely expandable SmartDitch

“MegaDitch” liner system for very large

channel, ditch and canal rehabilitation or

construction.

solarCity (Booth 508)

Kevin Ross, Project Development Manager

3055 Clearview Way

San Mateo, CA 94402

(650) 963-5100

www.solarcity.com

SolarCity® is a national leader in solar

power design, financing, installation,

monitoring and energy efficiency services.

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solarworld Americas, llC (Booth 320)

Doug Matson, Account Manager Northern

California

4650 Adohr Lane

Camarillo, CA 93012

(800) 947-6527

www.solarworld.com

SolarWorld is America’s largest solar

manufacturer since 1975. Completely

vertically integrated, SolarWorld

manufactures wafers and cells and

assembles modules, kits and systems in the

USA.

southern CA Gas Company (Booth 312)

Ranjiv Goonetilleue, Senior Account

Executive

9240 E. Firestone Blvd., SCERC5

Downey, CA

(562) 803-7521

www.socalgas.com

Southern California’s premier gas utility

promoting natural gas technologies for water

pumping.

southern nevada water Authority

(Booth 505)

Diana Diaz, Asst. Pl Coordinator

1001 S Valley View Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89153

(702) 259-8156

www.watersmartinnovations.com

WaterSmart Innovations Conference & Expo

will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, October

3- 5, 2012. The conference will showcase

water efficiency technology, conservation

programs, and water use policies.

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special District leadership Foundation

(Table H)

Neil McCormick, Administrator

1112 I Street, #200

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 231-2939

www.sdlf.org

Special District Leadership Foundation

promotes special district education for

board members, general managers, and

administrators; as well as the District of

Distinction accreditation.

sunpower Corporation

(Booths 115, 117)

Bill Kelly, Managing Director, California

1414 Harbour Way South

Richmond, CA 94804

(510) 540-0550

www.sunpowercorp.com

SunPower delivers the highest efficiency,

highest reliability solar systems available

today. Customers rely on SunPower’s

experience and guaranteed performance for

maximum return on investment.

superior Tank Company Inc. (Booth 305)

Nathan Barboza, Sales and Marketing

9500 Lucas Ranch Road

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

(909) 912-0580

www.superiortank.com

Superior Tank Company is a leading

designer, installer, supplier, fabricator and

manufacturer of bolted, steel storage tanks

for the potable water, wastewater, rain

harvesting, fire protection and crude oil

industries since 1984.

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sylvir Consulting, Inc.

(Booth 102)

Sheri Lasick, President

5235 Fawn Crossing Way

Antelope, CA 95843

(916) 560-9636

Sylvir Consulting, Inc. provides grant

writing, management services and labor

compliance.

Truepoint solutions (Booth 318)

Kent Johnson, Partner

3262 Penryn Rd, Ste 100-B

Loomis, CA 95650

(916) 577-1470

TruePoint Solutions is a water focused

computer software company providing

operational and financial solutions.

u.s. Geological survey, CA water

science Center (Booths 516, 518)

Laurel Rogers, Outreach Coordinator

4165 Spruance Road, Ste. 200

San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 225-6104

www.ca.water.usgs.gov

The U.S. Geological Survey’s California

Water Science Center provides essential

sciences to help federal, state, and local

water agencies evaluate and manage

California’s water resources.

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utility Cost management llC (Booth 407)

Chris Wiehl, Marketing Director

6475 N. Palm Ave., Suite 105

Fresno, CA 93704

(559) 261-9230

www.utilitycostmanagement.com

UCM analyzes utility billings to identify

charges that do not comply with the statues,

cases regulations, and tariffs that govern

utility service in California.

utility service Co., Inc. (Booth 216)

Sheldon Shelton, Vice President

PO Box 1350

Perry, GA 31069

(800) 223-3695

www.utilityservice.com

Water Storage Tank Maintenance, Wireless

Communication Site Management, Mixing

Systems to Control Water Quality from

Chlorination By-Products

vali Cooper & Associates, Inc.

(Booth 201)

Brad Peterson, Executive Vice President

2176 Francisco Blvd, Ste. A

San Rafael, CA 94901

(415) 526-1970

www.valicooper.com

Vali Cooper & Associates, Inc. provides

construction and project management

services to public agency clients for water

and transportation infrastructure projects

throughout California.

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vanir Construction management, Inc.

(Booth 503)

Troy Pyles, VP/ Market Segment Wa

4540 Duckhorn Dr., Suite 300

Sacramento, CA 95834

(916) 575-8888

www.vanir.com

Vanir Construction Management, Inc. (Vanir)

is one of the nation’s leading program/

project/construction management firms.

Headquartered in Sacramento, California,

and with offices throughout California,

as well as Arizona, Colorado, Nevada,

Louisiana, Texas, Virgina and Washington.

Engineering News Record has listed Vanir

among the Top 100 CM Firms in the nation.

watch Technologies (Booth 618)

Jack Goldwasser, President

4330 Fish Hatchery Rd.

Grants Pass, OR 97527

(541) 472-8095

www.watchtechnologies.com

Watch Technologies manufactures water

management equipment and systems; sluice

gates, solar powered actuators, telemetry

(RTUs), and SCADA control software with

interactive Internet interface options.

water Education Foundation (Booth 307)

Rita Schmidt Sudman

717 K St, #317

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 444-6240

www.watereducation.org

The Water Education Foundation is your

resource for information about water

resource issues.

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water replenishment District (wrD)

(Booth 414)

Tracey Burke, Public Affairs Representative

4040 Paramount Blvd.

Lakewood, CA 90712

(562) 275-4233

www.wrd.org

Created in 1959, WRD manages the Central

and West Coast Groundwater Basins for

nearly 4 million people in south Los Angeles

County.

waterman Industries (Booth 221)

Debbie Johnson, AG Business

Development Manager

P.O. Box 458

Exeter, CA 93221

(559) 562-8653

www.watermanusa.com

Waterman Industries is the leading

manufacturer of fluid control products.

Waterman’s excellence in design and

manufacturing and focus on quality has

been proven worldwide in applications

such as: water and wastewater treatment

facilities; petrochemical, paper, hydroelectric

and other industrial applications; drainage

and flood-control projects; cooling and

recirculating systems; fish hatcheries; and

reservoir, levee, open channel and other

irrigation-related systems.

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ExHIbITors

wells Fargo (Booth 303)

Mark Hewlett, Senior Vice President

707 Wilshire Blvd, 11th Fl

Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 614-2234

www.wellsfargo.com

Full-service provider of financial products

with public sector specialization and

focus that provides expertise in general

banking and treasury management, public

finance, investment brokerage and portfolio

management, corporate trust, custody/

safekeeping, and insurance services.

wildermuth Environmental, Inc.

(Booth 415)

Joseph LeClaire, Vice President

23692 Birtcher Drive

Lake Forest, CA 92630

(949) 420-3030

www.hydrodave.com

Wildermuth Environmental is a water

resources consulting firm specializing

in: groundwater basin management;

salt/nutrient management; regulatory

compliance; groundwater models; UWMPs,

water rights, and CASGEM compliance.

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Exhibitors


Exhibitors

ExHIbITors

willdan (Booth 506)

Rey Wellington, Public Works Director

2401 East Katella, Suite 300

Anaheim, CA 92806

(714) 940-6300

www.willdan.com

Willdan is a full-service engineering and

financial consulting firm providing water/

wastewater engineering, construction

management, standing charge assessment

administrative, rate studies, and long-term

financial planning services to water districts.

worldwater & solar Technologies Inc.

(Booth 519)

David York, SVP, Sales & Marketing

Technology Center of Princeton

330 Carter Rd.

Princeton, NJ 8540

(609) 356-0372

www.worldwatersolar.com

WorldWater develops, designs and builds

integrated solar platforms to provide water

and power. We have a global track record

of success with grid-connected and off-grid

solar projects.

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InFormATIon

Conference registration

Conference registration is in the De Anza

Foyer of the portola plaza Hotel.

Registration hours are:

Tuesday ............................... 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

wednesday .................... 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Thursday ........................ 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Friday ..................................... 8 - 9:30 a.m.

You must be registered to attend conference

events. Security will be checking name

badges. If you are not wearing your badge,

you will be asked to return to the ACWA

registration desk. All events, including

committee sessions, are open to all

conference registrants.

Exhibitor registration is located separately

in the portola lobby of the Conference

Center.

shuttle service

Continuous shuttle service will be available

to and from the Hyatt Monterey to the

Conference Center. The schedule is as

follows:

Tuesday ......................... 7:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.

wednesday .................... 6:45 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Thursday ...................... 6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Friday ...................... 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

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General Info

Hotel map


General Info

Hotel map

InFormATIon

Exhibit Hall

wElComE rECEpTIon To opEn

ExHIbIT HAll on TuEsDAy

The popular exhibit hall, open to all registered

conference delegates, will be located in the

serra ballroom of the Conference Center.

A welcome reception will be hosted Tuesday,

from 5 - 6:30 p.m.

The exhibit hall will be open Wednesday,

8:30 a.m. - noon & 1:30 - 5 p.m. and

Thursday, 8 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Welcome reception hors d'oeuvres hosted by

the following:

AECom

brown and Caldwell

California bank & Trust

California special Districts Alliance

Cardno EnTrIx

CompuCom

Contractor Compliance & monitoring, Inc.

Deerpoint Group Inc.

Dudek

Environmental science Associates

HDr Engineering

Jacobs

lincoln Financial Advisors

richards, watson & Gershon

solarCity

sunpower Corporation

Truepoint solutions

wells Capital management

willdan

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InFormATIon

Espresso bar and coffee, provided by

Alliant Insurance services, Inc., will

be served Wednesday and Thursday

mornings in the exhibit hall.

Ice cream bars, provided by Krieger

& stewart Incorporated, Consulting

Engineers, will be served in the exhibit hall

following lunch on Wednesday and in the

De Anza Foyer following lunch on Thursday.

Prize drawings will be held in the exhibit hall

following lunch on Wednesday and at

11:50 a.m. on Thursday. Conference

delegates must be present to win. spouses/

guests are not permitted to participate and

will be disqualified.

Prizes won by a public official in this raffle do

not constitute a “gift” under Government Code

Section 82028. In completing Form 700, report

prize winnings as income on Schedule C.

Companion Hospitality room

We will be providing a special hospitality room

in salon 209 of the monterey marriott Hotel

just for registered spouses/companions. It will

be a place where you can sit back and relax,

get together with other companions to plan

your day’s activities or just chat. Refreshments

sponsored by Alliant Insurance services,

Inc. will also be available.

The hospitality room will be open Wednesday,

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

You must be registered and wearing your

name badge to use this hospitality room.

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General Info

Hotel map


General Info

Hotel map

FuTurE ACwA EvEnTs

Conferences

Fall 2012

December 4 - 7

Manchester Grand Hyatt

San Diego

spring 2013

May 7 - 10

Sacramento Convention Center

& surrounding hotels

Sacramento

Fall 2013

December 3 - 6

JW Marriott LA Live

Los Angeles

spring 2014

May 6 - 9

Portola & Marriott Hotels

Monterey

other upcoming Events

regulatory summit

August 15

Doubletree by Hilton Sonoma Wine Country

steve Hall Fierce Competitor

Golf Tournament

September 21

DarkHorse Golf Club, Auburn

Continuing legal Education

October 4 - 5

Napa Valley Marriott

Visit www.acwa.com for more

information on upcoming events.

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ACWA

Del Norte

Humboldt

Rev. 6/1/10

Association of

California Water Agencies

Since 1910

Leadership Advocacy Information

1 3

Mendocino

Trinity

Sonoma

Lake

Marin

San Francisco»

Siskiyou

2

Tehama

Butte

Glenn

Colusa Sutter Yuba

Napa

San

Mateo

Shasta

4

Yolo

Sacramento

Solano

Contra

San

Costa

Joaquin

Alameda

Modoc

Plumas

Nevada

Stanislaus

Sierra

Amador

Lassen

Placer

El Dorado

Calaveras

Santa Clara

Merced

Santa

Cruz

5San

Benito

Monterey

San

Luis

Obispo

Alpine

Tuolumne

Mariposa

6Madera

Kings

Santa

Barbara

Fresno

Mono

REGION MAP

www.acwa.com

916.441.4545

Regional Affairs Representatives:

Marcia Wulff

marciaw@acwa.com

Regions 1, 2, 3 and 5

Ravi Kahlon

ravik@acwa.com

Regions 4, 6 and 7

Tiffany Giammona

tiffanyg@acwa.com

Regions 8, 9 and 10

Tulare

7

Kern

8

San Bernardino

Ventura

Los Angeles

10

Riverside

Orange

Inyo

San Diego

9

Imperial


ACWA Public Water Agency Members by County

Alameda - 4

Zone 7 Water Agency

Alameda County WD

Dublin San Ramon Services

District

East Bay MUD

Alpine - 1

Kirkwood Meadows PUD

Amador - 1

Amador WA

Butte - 7

Biggs-West Gridley WD

Butte WD

Paradise ID

Richvale ID

South Feather Water and

Power Agency

Thermalito Water & Sewer

District

Western Canal WD

Calaveras - 4

Calaveras County WD

Calaveras PUD

San Andreas SD

Utica Power Authority

Colusa - 7

Colusa County WD

Maxwell ID

Princeton-Codora-Glenn ID

Reclamation Dist. #1004

Reclamation Dist. #108

Sacramento River West Side

Levee Dist.

Westside WD

Contra Costa - 6

Byron-Bethany ID

City of Antioch

Contra Costa WD

Diablo WD

East Contra Costa ID

Reclamation Dist. #2026

El Dorado - 4

El Dorado County Water Agency

El Dorado ID

Georgetown Divide PUD

South Tahoe PUD

Fresno - 22

City of Fresno Water Division

Consolidated ID

Firebaugh Canal WD

Free Water CWD

Fresno ID

Fresno Metropolitan FCD

James ID

Kings River CD

Kings River WD

Laguna ID

Laton CSD

Malaga CWD

Orange Cove ID

Panoche Drainage District

Panoche WD

Pinedale CWD

Raisin City WD

Reclamation Dist. #1606

Riverdale ID

Sierra Cedars CSD

Tranquillity ID

Tri-Valley WD

Glenn - 7

Glenn-Colusa ID

Glide WD

Kanawha WD

Orland-Artois WD

Provident ID

Reclamation Dist. #2047

Tehama Colusa Canal Authority

Humboldt - 6

City of Blue Lake

Humboldt Bay Harbor

Recreation & Conserv

Humboldt Bay MWD

Humboldt CSD

McKinleyville CSD

Weott CSD

Imperial - 3

Bard WD

Heber PUD

Imperial ID

Inyo - 1

Sierra Highlands CSD

Kern - 31

Arvin-Edison WSD

Bear Valley CSD

Belridge WSD

Berrenda Mesa WD

Boron CSD

Buena Vista WSD

Cawelo WD

City of Tehachapi

East Niles CSD

Frazier Park PUD

Friant Power Authority

Golden Hills CSD

Greenfi eld CWD

Indian Wells Valley WD

Kern County WA

Kern Delta WD

Kern Tulare WD

Lost Hills WD

Mojave PUD

North Kern WSD

North of the River MWD

Rand Communities WD

Rosamond CSD

Rosedale-Rio Bravo WSD

Semitropic WSD

Shafter-Wasco ID

Southern San Joaquin MUD

Tehachapi-Cummings CWD

Tejon-Castac WD

West Kern WD

Wheeler Ridge-Maricopa WSD

Kings - 7

Angiola WD

Corcoran ID

Dudley Ridge WD

Empire West Side ID

Kings County WD

Lakeside Irrigation WD

W.H. Wilbur Recl. Dist. #825

Lake - 2

Clearlake Oaks CWD

Hidden Valley Lake CSD

Los Angeles - 41

Antelope Valley State Water

Contractors

Antelope Valley-East Kern WA

Castaic Lake WA

Central Basin MWD

City of Downey

City of Glendora-Water Division

City of La Verne

City of Long Beach Water

Department

Crescenta Valley WD

Foothill MWD

Glendale Water and Power

Kinneloa ID

La Canada ID

La Habra Heights CWD

La Puente Valley CWD

Las Virgenes MWD

Littlerock Creek ID

Los Angeles County Waterworks

District

Los Angeles DWP

Main San Gabriel Basin

Watermaster

Metro WD of Southern

California

Newhall CWD

Orchard Dale WD

Palm Ranch ID

Palmdale WD

Pasadena Water & Power

Pico Water District

Pomona-Walnut-Rowland JWLC

Quartz Hill WD

Rowland WD

San Gabriel Basin WQA

San Gabriel CWD

San Gabriel Valley MWD

South Montebello ID

Three Valleys MWD

Upper San Gabriel Valley MWD

Valley CWD

Walnut Valley WD

West Basin MWD

WRD of Southern California

Madera - 6

Chowchilla WD

Gravelly Ford WD

Madera ID

Madera WD

Madera-Chowchilla Water

and PA

Root Creek WD

Marin - 4

Bolinas Community PUD

Marin MWD

North Marin WD

Stinson Beach CWD

Mariposa - 2

Lake Don Pedro CSD

Mariposa PUD

Mendocino - 5

Brooktrails Township CSD

Calpella CWD

Laytonville CWD

Millview CWD

Redwood Valley CWD

Merced - 13

Central California ID

Delhi CWD

Grassland WD

Henry Miller Reclamation

Dist. #2131

Le Grand CSD

Le Grand-Athlone WD

Lower San Joaquin Levee

District

Merced ID

Pacheco WD

Planada CSD

San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water

Authority

San Luis WD

Mono - 3

June Lake PUD

Mammoth Community WD

Wheeler Crest CSD

Monterey - 7

Aromas WD

Castroville CSD

Marina Coast WD

Monterey County WRA

Monterey Peninsula WMD

Pajaro/Sunny Mesa CSD

Pebble Beach CSD

Napa -1

Circle Oaks CWD

Nevada - 2

Nevada ID

San Juan Ridge CWD

Orange - 16

East Orange CWD

El Toro WD

Emerald Bay SD

Irvine Ranch WD

Laguna Beach CWD

Mesa Consolidated WD

Moulton Niguel WD

Municipal Water District of

Orange Cnty

Orange County WD

Santa Margarita WD

Santiago Aqueduct Commission

Serrano WD

South Coast WD

Trabuco Canyon WD

West Orange County

Water Board

Yorba Linda WD

Placer - 9

Camp Far West ID

City of Roseville

Foresthill PUD

Midway Heights CWD

North Tahoe PUD

Placer County WA

San Juan WD

Sierra Lakes CWD

Tahoe City PUD

Riverside - 19

Beaumont-Cherry Valley WD

Cabazon WD

City of Corona Dept. of Water

and Power

Coachella Valley WD

Desert WA

Eastern MWD

Elsinore Valley MWD

Idyllwild WD

Jurupa CSD

Lake Hemet MWD

Mission Springs WD

Palo Verde ID

Pinyon Pines CWD

Rancho California WD

Riverside County FC & WCD

Riverside Public Utilities

San Gorgonio Pass WA

Santa Ana Watershed Project

Authority

Western MWD

Sacramento - 15

American Canyon WA

American River FCD

Carmichael WD

Citrus Heights WD

City of Folsom

City of Sacramento Utilities

Department

Del Paso Manor WD

Elk Grove Water Service,

a Dept. of Flor

Fair Oaks WD

North Delta WA

Omochumne-Hartnell WD

Reclamation Dist. #1000

Reclamation Dist. #744

Rio Linda/Elverta

Community WD

Sacramento Suburban WD

San Benito - 4

City of San Juan Bautista

San Benito County WD

Sunnyslope County Water

District

San Bernardino - 26

Apple Valley Foothill CWD

Apple Valley Heights CWD

Big Bear Area Regional

Wastewater Agency

Big Bear City CSD

Big Bear MWD

Bighorn-Desert View WA

Chino Basin Watermaster

Chino Basin WCD

County of San Bernardino,

Special Dist D

Crestline Village WD

Crestline-Lake Arrowhead WA

Cucamonga Valley WD

DWP, City of Big Bear Lake

East Valley WD

Hi-Desert WD

Inland Empire Utilities Agency

Joshua Basin WD

Lake Arrowhead CSD

Mariana Ranchos CWD

Mojave WA

Monte Vista WD

Phelan Pinon Hills CSD

San Bernardino Valley MWD

San Bernardino Valley WCD

Twentynine Palms WD

West Valley WD

San Diego - 24

Borrego WD

Carlsbad MWD

City of Escondido

City of Oceanside -

Water Utilities Dept.

City of Poway

City of San Diego Water Dept.

Fallbrook PUD

Helix WD

Lakeside WD

Majestic Pines CSD

Olivenhain MWD

Padre Dam MWD

Rainbow MWD

Ramona MWD

Rincon del Diablo MWD

San Diego County Water

Authority

San Dieguito WD

Santa Fe ID

Sweetwater Authority

Vallecitos WD

Valley Center Municipal

Water District

Vista ID

Wynola WD

Yuima MWD

San Francisco - 1

San Francisco PUC

San Joaquin - 9

Banta-Carbona ID

Central San Joaquin WCD

City of Stockton, Municipal

Util. Dept.

North San Joaquin WCD

Pescadero Reclamation

Dist. #2058

South San Joaquin ID

Stockton East WD

The West Side ID

Woodbridge ID

San Mateo - 7

Bay Area Water Supply &

Conserv. Agency

Coastside CWD

Mid-Peninsula WD

Montara Water & Sanitary

District

North Coast CWD

San Francisquito Creek JPA

Westborough WD

Santa Barbara - 12

Cachuma O & M Board

Carpinteria Valley WD

Central Coast Water Authority

City of Buellton

City of Santa Barbara

Goleta WD

Los Alamos CSD

Mission Hills CSD

Montecito SD

Montecito WD

Santa Ynez River WCD

Impr. Dist. No. 1

Vandenberg Village CSD

Santa Clara - 2

Purissima Hills WD

Santa Clara Valley WD

Santa Cruz - 5

Central WD

City of Santa Cruz Water Dept.

Pajaro Valley WMA

Scotts Valley WD

Soquel Creek WD

Shasta - 11

Anderson-Cottonwood ID

Bella Vista WD

Centerville CSD

City of Redding Water Utility

City of Shasta Lake

Clear Creek CSD

Cottonwood WD

Fall River Valley CSD

Mountain Gate CSD

Shasta County WA

Shasta CSD

Sierra - 1

Sierra County WWD #1

Siskiyou - 3

Montague WCD

Scott Valley ID

Tulelake ID

Solano - 8

City of Fairfi eld

City of Vacaville

Maine Prairie WD

Reclamation Dist. #2068

Rural North Vacaville WD

Solano County WA

Solano ID

Suisun-Solano Water Authority

Sonoma - 7

Bodega Bay PUD

City of Santa Rosa -

Utilities Dept.

City of Sonoma Water Utility

Forestville WD

Sonoma County WA

Sonoma Mountain CWD

Valley of the Moon WD

Stanislaus - 7

Del Puerto WD

Eastside WD

Modesto ID

Oakdale ID

Patterson ID

Turlock ID

West Stanislaus ID

Sutter - 4

Feather WD

Reclamation Dist. #1500

South Sutter WD

Sutter Extension WD

Tehama - 2

Corning WD

Rio Alto WD

Trinity - 1

Weaverville CSD

Tulare - 25

Alpaugh ID

Alpaugh Joint Powers Authority

Alta ID

Deer Creek & Tule River

Authority

Delano-Earlimart ID

Ducor CSD

Exeter ID

Friant Water Authority

Friant Water Users Authority

Ivanhoe ID

Ivanhoe PUD

Kaweah Delta WCD

Kaweah River PA

Lindsay-Strathmore ID

Lower Tule River ID

Orosi PUD

Pixley ID

Porterville ID

Saucelito ID

St. Johns WD

Stone Corral ID

Terra Bella ID

Tulare County Water Works #1

Tulare ID

Tulare Lake Basin WSD

Tuolumne - 1

Tuolumne Utilities District

Ventura - 9

Calleguas MWD

Camrosa WD

Casitas MWD

Channel Islands Beach CSD

City of Fillmore

Pleasant Valley CWD

United WCD (Region 5)

Ventura River CWD

Ventura Water, City of Ventura

Yolo - 8

Dunnigan WD

Knights Landing Ridge

Drainage District

Reclamation Dist. #307

Reclamation Dist. #900

Reclamation Dist. #999

Reclamation Dist. #2035

Woodland Davis Clean Water

Agency

Yolo County FC & WCD

Yuba - 7

Brophy WD

Browns Valley ID

Cordua ID

North Yuba WD

Ramirez WD

South Yuba WD

Yuba County WA

January 2012


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