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Kern Water Bank Authority June 2, 2020

The Kern Water Bank Authority held its board of directors meeting on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at its Bakersfield headquarters and remotely. Only they didn’t. I called in and General Manager Jon Parker announced the meeting will be postponed until tomorrow due to some nearby businesses being closed. I asked him if this was due to expected protests and possibly riots and he told me basically the information wasn’t complete but if they are going to err they will do so on the side of caution. The meeting will be held tomorrow at 3pm instead. God bless them in Bakersfield, Bless us in Fresno and Clovis and bless you where ever you are.

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KERN WATER BANK AUTHORITY

1620 Mill Rock Way, Bakersfield, CA 93311 Office: 661/398-4900 www.kwb.org

Staff: Jon Parker-General Manager, Danelle Lopez-Accountant, Steve Torigiani-Attorney, Nick Torres-Superintendent

Board: William Phillimore-Chair Westside Mutual Water Company, William Taube-Vice Chair Wheeler Ridge Maricopa Water Storage District, Steve Jackson-Treasurer Dudley Ridge Water District, Dennis Atkinson Tejon Castac Water District, David Beard KCWA Improvement District 4, Wilmar Boschman Semitropic Water Storage District & Kim Brown Westside Mutual Water Company

Located on a large, undeveloped section of the Kern River’s sandy alluvial fan, the Kern Water Bank covers nearly 30 square miles over California’s southern San Joaquin Valley. Ideally situated, both for its unique geology and its proximity to water supply and delivery systems, the Kern Water Bank plays a dual role in California’s economically vital agricultural heartland.

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