Water Board Re-elects Officers

Financial resolutions and the annual meeting of the district's financial corporation fill the board’s agenda.

The slate of officers from last year will continue to head Ramona Municipal Water District Board of Directors in 2012.

Bryan Wadlington has been re-elected president of the board, which also serves as the governing board for the Ramona Public Facilities Corporation.

Darrell Beck will remain in the office of vice president, with Everett “Red” Hager as secretary and Joe Zenovic as treasurer. Kit Kesinger rounds out the board as a director.

As president, Wadlington also continues as the district’s representative as a director for the Joint Powers Insurance Authority for the Association of California Water Agencies, the district’s insurance carrier.

The Jan. 10 board meeting served as the annual meeting of the Ramona Public Facilities Corporation.      

“The Facilities Corporation is mandated by law to have at least one meeting per year,” Wadlington said.

The Ramona Public Facilities Corporation is a separate legal entity used primarily in financings or issuance of public debt," General Manager David Barnum explained to Patch after the meeting. "There has been no financing activity for several years but we maintain it for potential future financings or debt offerings," he said.

In other business, the board unanimously approved updates to three resolutions dealing with financial issues. They included authorizing the general manager, finance manager and accounting supervisor to transfer investment funds and bank account funds. A resolution for requesting federal funding in the event of a disaster names the general manager, finance manager and water operations superintendent to act as authorized agents.

The next meeting of the RMWD Board of Directors begins at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 24 at Ramona Community Center, 434 Aqua Lane.


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