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LWV League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Santa Clara County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
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Rosemary Kamei
Answers Questions

Candidate for
Director; Santa Clara Valley Water District; Division 1


The questions were prepared by the Leagues of Women Voters of Santa Clara County and asked of all candidates for this office.
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Questions & Answers

1. What experience or training do you have which would help the District meet its goals?

I have over 23 years in water related and water resources management experience. As a small business owner and as a Director for 12 years, I have set water policy to acheive a better quality of life in Santa Clara County.

2. What is your evaluation of the financial condition of the District?

While state and federal funding has been inconsistent, the District has been successful in acheiving community needs for water supply and flood managment as well as protection of our environment while being fiscally sound and responsible.

3. In what ways would you collaborate with other governmental entities to achieve the District's goals?

Collaboration with other governmental agencies is key to the success of moving forward with many of the projects that the District is involved with, such as: Water Resources Protection Collaborative, Habitat Conservation Plan, Guadalupe Collaborative, SCRWA water recyling project, Regional Desalinazation Project, Perchlorate Working Group and many more.

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