HOT TOPIC: Is San Diego's Water Supply All Dried Up?

  • Thursday, April 24, 2014
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • North City Water Reclamation Plant, 4949 Eastgate Mall, San Diego CA 92121

Registration

REGISTRATION FOR THIS HOT TOPIC IS NOW CLOSED. IF YOU STILL WISH TO ATTEND, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE AT 619.280.5323.

 

THE LEAD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION COUNCIL PRESENTS ONE IN A SERIES OF HOT TOPICS:

 

Is San Diego's Water Supply All Dried Up? How Will Our Drought Affect You - and Your Water Bill?

 

Since Governor Jerry Brown declared a drought state of emergency in January, California's three-year drought has become front-page news. Some experts believe this may be our worst drought since the 1970s. Is the state running out of water? What does this mean for San Diego? Are current water diversification and conservation efforts and strategies for expanding water resources for the future enough?

 

Get an honest perspective of what's at stake. Panelists include:      

  • Dennis A. Cushman - Assistant General Manager, San Diego County Water Authority
  • Matt O'Malley - Water Keeper, San Diego Coastkeeper
  • Andrew Poat - Consultant to the State of California - Resources Agency     
  • Halla Razak - Director of Public Utilities, City of San Diego   
  • Meena Westford - Special Project Manager, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California         

WHEN:  Thursday, April 24, 2014            

             7:30 - 7:50 am - Continental Breakfast

             & Networking

             7:50 - 9:00 am - Program

             An optional tour will follow the program

 

WHERE: North City Water Reclamation Plant

              4949 Eastgate Mall, San Diego CA 92121

                                     

COST:    Alumni Association & Community Members:

              $10 per ticket

              Non-Members: $15 per ticket

 

Join or renew your membership in the Alumni Association!

 

The HOT TOPICS series is presented with the support of LEAD Alumni Association Title Sponsor, California Bank & Trust. Many thanks to Alumni Association Council members Karim Bouris (11), Debra Discar-Espe (04) and Chanelle Hawken (09) for their guidance and support on this program.

 

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