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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter Richard K. Smith

Candidate for
Director; Helix Water District; Division 5

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Helix Water Board of Directors
  • Retired Geotechnical Consultant
  • Vice President Helix Water District Board of Directors
  • Board Director San Diego County Water Authority
  • Alternate Director Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College
  • Grounwater Committee member Association California Water Agencies
  • El Cajon City Councilman 1982-1988
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Water Rates : safe clean water at a reasonable cost.
  • Conservation: a good idea that has become a necessity.
  • Experience: a record of analytical problem solving approach to water issues.
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Key Endorsements
  • Assemblyman Joel Anderson
  • Supervisor Dianne Jacob
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Position Papers
My role as your Helix Water District Board Member.
To continue to encourage good planning and sound management policies that place our customers first insuring continued delivery to clean, safe, potable water at a reasonable cost to the ratepayer.
California's Water: A Crisis We Can't Ignore.
The statewide water delivery system faces a complex set of problems that threatens water supplies for people, the econemy and the environment.
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