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Deputy County Executive Officer

Phone: (760) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.us
Local Address:  El Centro , California , United States
Imperial Irrigation District
333 E. Barioni Blvd.
Imperial , California 92251
United States

Company Description: IID Energy is one of the fastest-growing utilities in the nation and provides electric power to over 140,000 customers in Imperial County and parts of Riverside and...   more

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About IID [cached]
IID Board Member Andy Horne Speaks Before House Subcommitte on Water and Power
IID Board of Directors Voted 4-1 to Certify Two Environmental Documents Related to Possible Transfer of Water from IID to other Souther California Agencies
About IID, 7 Nov 2001 [cached]
IID Board President Andy Horne said, "This is a project that is a major step for all of us. The plant will be a significant boost to the local economy and it will enhance the tax base. It also allows the IID to continue our goals of diversifying our power portfolio to keep down the rates we charge our customers."
The agreement marks the first time IID will buy geothermal power.
"Historically, the cost of geothermal power has always been on the high side," Horne said.
CEC General Plan Update Staff - Imperial County Planning & Development - Imperial County Planning & Development Services, 23 Aug 2015 [cached]
Andy Horne, Deputy County Executive Officer Public Outreach Coordinator (442) 265-1020
Andy Horne, Deputy ..., 23 Aug 2015 [cached]
Andy Horne, Deputy County Executive Officer Public Outreach Cooridnator (442) 265-1020
November 2003, 1 Nov 2003 [cached]
"The Quantification Settlement Agreement for the Colorado River water users is finally a reality," said Salton Sea Authority Board President Andy Horne, a member of the Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors."With the QSA comes promise that there will be significant revenues for Salton Sea restoration and significant pressure to implement restoration soon as the Sea' s inflows drop due to the water transfer."
Horne and other Authority board members, however, are concerned that there will be a loss of local direction and momentum if Restoration work is from Sacramento.
"We believe the restoration of the Salton Sea is best led by locally elected decision makers in the Imperial and Coachella valleys and not state employees in Sacramento."
"Over the past five years, it has been the Authority's leadership - in partnership with the state and federal government - that has brought new focus and purpose to restoration of the Salton Sea.We think this should continue," Horne said.
Hard fought gains were made for the Sea during recently concluded negotiations on the water transfer.
"We are concerned that some of the gains made, particularly the commitment of funding that passes through the State of California from a recent water bond and from the water transfer itself, may be diverted elsewhere or wasted if state efforts are not absolutely integrated with the Salton Sea Authority and our Federal, university and other partners' efforts," Horne said
"Additionally, we believe that our work on the pieces of a preferred restoration project - a deep-water lake, shallow water wetlands and water quality improvement features - puts us on the verge of identifying a preferred project,"
The Authority is concerned that the State's process may "start from scratch," which would substantially delay selection of a preferred project.
"While recent water transfer/Salton Sea state legislation provides some mechanisms for locals to render advice to a State led process through an Advisory Committee, as local governments know, there is no substitute for local decision- making," Horne said.
From left, Peter Nelson, Andy Horne, Gary Wyatt and Roy Wilson
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