Inland Empire, California – At the Inland Empire Utilities Agency’s (IEUA/Agency) Board Meeting on December 18, 2019, the IEUA Board of Directors held its election of officers (effective January 1, 2020). Director Kati Parker was elected to serve as the Agency’s Board President, as well as being re-elected as the Agency’s representative on the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) Commission. Director Jasmin Hall was re-elected to serve as the Agency’s Board Vice President. Director Steve Elie was elected to serve as the Agency’s Secretary/Treasurer. Director Michael Camacho was elected to serve as the Agency’s representative to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s Board of Directors as well as alternate representative on the SAWPA Commission.

“I am honored that my colleagues have elected me to serve as the Agency’s Board President,” stated IEUA Board President Kati Parker. “IEUA continues to lead the way in water resource management and environmental stewardship for the Chino Basin, and I look forward to continuing to work with my fellow Board members and Agency staff to uphold the Agency’s goals and initiatives while providing excellent service to the region.”

Director Parker was elected to the Agency’s Board of Directors in November 2016. Director Parker represents the cities of Upland and Montclair, the unincorporated area of San Antonio Heights, and portions of Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga.

Director Hall was appointed to the Agency’s Board of Directors in October 2013, elected to the Board in November 2014 and re-elected in November 2018. Director Hall represents the city of Fontana, and portions of Rialto and Bloomington. Director Elie was elected to the Agency’s Board of Directors in November 2010 and re-elected again in 2014 and 2018. Director Elie represents the cities of Chino and Chino Hills.

Director Camacho was elected to the Agency’s Board of Directors in November 2008 and re-elected again in 2012 and 2016. Director Camacho represents a large portion of the city of Rancho Cucamonga, unincorporated territories in the city of Rancho Cucamonga’s sphere of influence, a portion of the city of Fontana, and a portion of the unincorporated territories in the city of Fontana’s sphere of influence.

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency covers 242-square miles, distributes imported water, provides industrial/municipal wastewater collection and treatment services, and other related utility services to more than 875,000 people through its member agencies which include Chino, Chino Hills, Cucamonga Valley Water District, Fontana, Fontana Water Company, Montclair, Monte Vista Water District, Ontario, and Upland. www.ieua.org