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Claremont Speaks
Sept. 29, 2022

Six Decades in Water: Incumbent Candidate for TVMWD Director, Brian Bowcock, on the history and future of sustainable water supply...and more.

Six Decades in Water: Incumbent Candidate for TVMWD Director, Brian Bowcock, on the history and future of sustainable water supply...and more.

Brian Bowcock, the long-serving, incumbent candidate for Director of the Three Valleys Municipal Water Department, Division 3, brings over 60 years of experience and insights
on the history, present state and future directions and decisions for the Southern California water industry.  Brian draws on his wealth of hands-on experience gained from serving in many positions over dozens of years.  Brian started working on water projects, as many do, in high school, operating a pickaxe and shovel,  After ascending up through the ranks in a variety of positions, Brian moved to the TVMWD and has accumulated a long list of accomplishments ever since.  He describes how the industry evolved, where it is now, and - most importantly - the future direction.  He explains his choices on whether to mine for water at Bonanza Springs vs. capture, recycle and reuse local water - probably the most contested issue of this election.

Regardless of your candidate preference, everyone with even a moderate interest in what goes on beyond the tap will enjoy this episode.  reat stories and information for anyone interested in the local water industry.  Once you have listened to Brian's episode and considered the importance of this election on the direction for sustainably supplying clean, safe water at the best price for our area, send Brian a message to let him know how much you learned and enjoyed his episode...and that, no matter which candidate you prefer, you will vote.

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https://www.facebook.com/brian.bowcock.9

Instagram
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