By a vote of 4-0, Director Andy Morris was appointed president of Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD). Morris has served on the board for more than 12 years, focusing his efforts on ensuring fiscal responsibility, community engagement, and customer service. This is his fourth year serving as president since elected in 2010.
“It’s an incredible honor to be asked to serve as president again this year,” Morris said. “Over the past few years, we have accomplished many goals to improve service and find sensible solutions to offset rising costs and expenses. I look forward to continuing this effort, along with my fellow board members and the staff of EVMWD.”
Morris is a Wildomar resident and represents EVMWD’s Division 5, which includes sections of Wildomar and Murrieta east of Interstate 15. He serves on EVMWD’s Water Planning Committee and as district representative for multiple organizations, including the Rancho California Water District Group, the City of Wildomar Group, the Farm Mutual Water Company, and ACWA JPIA, and regularly attends meetings of the Murrieta City Council, the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month, and the Wildomar City Council.
Morris also serves as the vice chairman of the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority and as a board member for the Meeks and Daley Water Company.
Other board officer positions announced at Thursday’s board meeting include Chance Edmondson, Division 3, as vice president, and Harvey Ryan, Division 2, as treasurer. Board officers serve a one-year term. The EVMWD Board of Directors regularly meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 4 p.m. Meetings are open to the general public and are currently accessible both in-person and online.
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