EVMWD recognizes Board Director Nancy Horton for Four Years of Service
Horton was instrumental in many community and district projects
Lake Elsinore, CA – The Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District recognized Division 1 Board Member Nancy Horton for her four years of service and dedication at a recent board meeting. Over her tenure, Horton represented EVMWD on many local committees and associations, including the Canyon Lake City Council Canyon Lake POA Board, Canyon Lake Water Sub-committee, the Quail Valley Environmental Coalition, and the EVMWD/ Eastern Municipal Water District group.
Along with her fellow board members, Horton 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, and the Canyon Lake Treatment Plant rehabilitation project, and several educational projects including the grant funded conservation planter box project and the interactive education center at the EVMWD lobby.
Over her tenure, Horton dedicated her time to water quality education and ensuring the preservation of Canyon Lake and its surrounding areas. She was a founding member of the Quail Valley Environmental Coalition and served on many local water quality task forces, serving as a resource and leader within the industry.
“Nancy always made decisions in the best interest of her constituents, while serving on the board. I appreciate the years we’ve worked together. Her passion for water issues and education will be greatly missed and we wish her all the best in her future endeavors,” said EVMWD Board President Harvey R. Ryan.
Director Horton was recognized for her accomplishments by Riverside County Supervisor Kevin Jeffries, Canyon Lake City Mayor Vicki Warren and incoming councilmember Jeremy Smith, Menifee Council member Matt Liesemeyer, and representatives from the Quail Valley Environmental Coalition 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.