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San Juan Cattle Point Water District Water Commissioner 1

6-year term; No Salary A Water District is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the potable drinking and other water facilities within their jurisdiction. The commission sets the general policies of the district, which are implemented by the hired professional staff. The commission sets the rates for service within the district. One of commission's main duties is the adoption of the district's budget and proposal of any Water district levies to be placed on the ballot to the people. The commission sets policies and approves all spending via the budget, whether for operations or capital items or public facility maintenance and improvements. The council also sets salaries for sewer district employees.
  • Kurt Mcmillen (NP) Retired computer analyst

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Biographical Information

Why did you decide to run for this position?

What are three major issues facing your water district?

Of the three, which one is the most urgent and why?

What unique qualities do you bring to this job?

How do you propose to lessen water usage in your jurisdiction?

Phone (360) 378-7210
Town where you live Friday Harbor
Experience (300 characters max) Retired after 30 plus years in computing: software development and support, and university lecturer. Current water district commissioner
Water is life. I have long been active in our home owners association, but feel that I can better serve the community as a water district commissioner. I had been appointed to complete the term of a retiring commissioner, and would like to continue.
1. To continue to deliver quality water to our constituents at an affordable price while maintaining our water system and conforming to ecological concerns. 2. To be prepared to provide water in the event of a disaster 3. Replacing the aging pipes in our distribution system
Issue # 1, continue to provide water for daily use at an affordable price to users.
Career as a problem solver.Tthe ability to work well with people and keep constituents informed about the workings and issues facing the water district
I don’t. We have an ecologically sound desalination system that does not impact the area water table. As a small system unable to leverage economies of scale, we need to continue to operate at, or even above, the historical, and reasonable, water consumption by our users. logo


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