San Bernardino County Water Conference
August 9, 2019 • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM • DoubleTree Ontario
Registration, Breakfast & Networking: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
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hOW TO BALANCE HOUSING NEEDS WITH WATER DEMANDS:
Governor Newsome has called for 3.5M new homes to be built by 2025. That is an average of 500,000 permits per year. How do we meet this goal? How will this impact Urban Water Management Plans? What about transportation revenues to local government and what role do locally elected officials play in water policy and regulations?
Water Regulations and Efficiency:
How much do we need and how do we meet the demand? Impact that laws will have on the County | New technology for water use efficiency | ¾” Meter is not dead | Water budgets per capita
Whose Water Is It, Anyway?
The short answer is the people of California. However, the longer answer is more complicated. Our panel will continue the discussion of management and water rights.
Our panel will discuss drinking water safety and affordability issues facing the Golden State. How do we implement AB 401? What about the water tax and how do we provide clean water for all Californians?
Capturing the Next Generation of Water & Builder Professionals
With an aging workforce employers have to ask, do we train up people internally or look for qualified people outside our region? How do we reach the next generation?
Organizational Development and Training, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Director of Public Outreach and Employee Relations, Mojave Water Agency
Intern, Mojave Water Agency
Director, Victor Valley College Workforce Programs
Assistant Superintendent- Innovation and Engagement, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools