- What qualifies you to be a board member of the district?
- What would be your top three priorities if elected?
- Where should the district rank irrigation, flood control and recreational uses in importance? How should district resources be distributed among the three?
- How can the district effectively address issues related to water supply and demand?
- How can the district establish a better working relationship with other local governments?
- Should the district be satisfied with its current administrative structure? Are there any improvements or changes that should be made?
- Have you or your business (if you are a business owner) ever been the subject of any state or federal tax liens?
- Have you ever been involved in business or bankruptcy proceedings?
- Have you ever been arrested or charged with DWI or any misdemeanor or felony?
Bottom Line: If we want good people to manage our water, we need them to be qualified, hardworking and exposed to plenty of outside scrutiny and performance feedback!