Board Director George Cambero acknowledged for Four Years of Service Cambero recognized for his expertise and years of dedication to EVMWD
Lake Elsinore, CA – – Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) recognized Division 3 Board Member George Cambero for his four years of service and dedication at a recent board meeting. Cambero represented EVMWD on many local committees and associations, including the Meeks and Daley Board, the EVMWD Water Planning Committee, the Lakeland Village Community Advisory Council, the City of Wildomar group, and at Wildomar City Council Meetings.
Along with his fellow board members, Cambero oversaw the completion of significant projects including the Advanced Meter Project, the Flagler Wells project, which added 1500-acre feet of water to EVMWD supplies, the County Water Company Service Transition project and several educational projects, which include the grant funded conservation planter box project and the interactive education center at the EVMWD lobby.
Cambero is recognized for having more than 30 years of water and sewer resources management experience, including serving as a water production superintendent for EVMWD before retiring in 2009. He is, also, known for his extensive knowledge of the history of water rights in the area. During his tenure, he offered himself as a resource for the communities he served, and dedicated his time to improving water quality and protecting groundwater resources in the area.
“With his expertise in the water industry and nearly three decades of service to EVMWD, George has provided us with history and insight while serving on the board,” said EVMWD Board President Harvey R. Ryan. “George’s dedication to his position speaks volumes to his character and he will be missed. We wish him the best in the years to come.”
Director Cambero was also recognized for his accomplishments by City of Wildomar Mayor Pro Tem Marcia Swanson at the board meeting.
EVMWD provides service to more than 144,000 water and wastewater customers in a 97-square-mile area in Western Riverside County. The District is a sub-agency of the Western Municipal Water District and a member agency of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Visit the EVMWD at www.evmwd.com for additional information.