Longtime Environmental Crusader Fran Spivy-Weber Honored by West Basin Board of Directors.
CARSON, Calif. -- At a time when some environmentalists and water agencies are at odds over issues like the Bay Delta or desalination desalination
Removal of dissolved salts from seawater and from the salty waters of inland seas, highly mineralized groundwaters, and municipal wastewaters. , West Basin and Fran Spivy-Weber have developed a positive and productive relationship to address water supply issues and recycled water policy. West Basin's Directors recently paused to celebrate Spivy-Weber's demonstrated tenacity in resolving long-standing regional and statewide water policy issues through her constructive leadership and professional approach.
Spivy-Weber has been instrumental as a member of the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRC SWRC Star Wars: Republic Commando (game)
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"On behalf of the West Basin Board of Directors, I would like to recognize Fran Spivy-Weber for her extraordinary service to the residents of California and her outstanding achievements in the water industry," said Board President Edward C. Little This article or section needs copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone and/or spelling.
You can assist by [ editing it] now. . "We applaud her continued, steadfast dedication to resolving environmental and water issues for our State."
In 2002, Spivy-Weber was asked to serve as a water industry expert on the State's Recycled Water Task Force (a post under the Department of Water Resources) to develop and establish uniform requirements for a statewide policy. She served as a member of the Bay-Delta Public Advisory Committee and as Co-Chair of its Water Use Efficiency Committee. She also served as Co-Chair of the Southern California Southern California, also colloquially known as SoCal, is the southern portion of the U.S. state of California. Centered on the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego, Southern California is home to nearly 24 million people and is the nation's second most populated region, Water Dialogue and convener of the California Urban Water Conservation Council. Spivy-Weber has also served on the Boards of the Water Education Foundation, California Council of Land Trusts, and Clean Water Action/Clean Water Fund.
Prior to joining the State Water Resources Control Board, Spivy-Weber served as Executive Director of the Mono Lake Committee The Mono Lake Committee (MLC) is an environmental organization based in Lee Vining, California in the United States. Its mission is to preserve Mono Lake, by reducing diversions of water from the Eastern Sierra watersheds by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. for nearly ten years and as International Programs Director of National Audubon Society The National Audubon Society is an American non-profit environmental organization dedicated to conservancy. Incorporated in 1905, it is one of the oldest of such organizations in the world. for ten years. She serves as the Board liaison to the Los Angeles, San Diego and Lahontan Regional Boards and the Ocean Protection Council Steering Committee. Spivy-Weber represents the Secretary of CalEPA on the Santa Monica Bay Santa Monica Bay is an arm of the Pacific Ocean in southern California, United States. Its boundaries are slightly ambiguous, but it is generally considered to be the part of the Pacific within an imaginary line drawn between Point Dume Restoration Commission.