For Release May 18, 2011
San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District Appoints
REDLANDS, Calif. –The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Bob Glaubig, as director for Division 3.
Mr. Glaubig is a chemist with more than 25 years of experience in water quality and soils science. He received a BS degree in soil science from Cal Poly Pomona and a MS in soil and water chemistry from UC Riverside. He is the laboratory director at the Clinical Laboratory Inc. with offices in Grand Terrace.
“The Board and staff are pleased to welcome Mr. Glaubig,” said Clare Henry Day, Board President. “His knowledge of water quality issues in the region will benefit the District and we are happy to have him join us.”
General Manager Daniel Cozad noted that at the meeting “The District also approved a budget for the 2011-12 fiscal year at its meeting yesterday, including reductions to employee health and retirement benefits that allow us to maintain services to the region and control costs.”
The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District was formed in 1932. Its primary mission is to conserve water by diverting the natural flow of the Santa Ana River and Mill Creek into percolation basins that the District owns and operates. The Conservation District assists in the management of the Bunker Hill Groundwater Basin - the major source of water supply for local communities.
CONTACT: Daniel Cozad, General Manager – (909) 793-2503