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Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (760) ***-****  HQ Phone
1398 Sperber Road
El Centro , California 92243
United States

Company Description: The Imperial County Office of Education is committed to improve the quality of life in Imperial County by providing excellent educational service and leadership to...   more

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The Daily Camera: State/west, 18 Dec 2002 [cached]
Andy Horne, a member of Imperial's water board, likened the Salton Sea to a "proverbial 800-pound gorilla" that everyone was happy to ignore as long as it slept.
"The gorilla has stood up," he said Tuesday at the conference at Caesars Palace casino."And it's looking for something to eat."
Horne said given the complexity of the issues, it was unlikely a deal would be reached in the next two weeks.
The Salton Sea, formed by a flood nearly a century ago and fed by farm runoff, is a winter-stopping ground for 4 million birds.
Imperial officials worry that salt, which has increased in the lake due to runoff, will kill off endangered species, and the county will be blamed.They are asking for an exemption as a condition of signing the deal, thus linking the fate of the Salton Sea to the future of California's water supply.
Andy Horne, Deputy ..., 20 Oct 2014 [cached]
Andy Horne, Deputy County Executive Officer Public Outreach Coordinator (760) 482-4290
About IID, 30 Sept 2010 [cached]
At today's board meeting IID Director Andy Horne said, "Our actions were not taken lightly.
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.
Page 3, 10 Mar 2006 [cached]
At the water forum, Maureen Stapleton and Andy Horne, two supposed partners, spoke with noticeably different enthusiasm about the 75-year deal their respective water agencies signed in 1998 to transfer up to 200,000 acre feet annually from Imperial Valley to San Diego.
By contrast, Horne, who is president of the Imperial Irrigation District (IID) board of directors, sounded as if he were still negotiating the deal. “To many people in the Valley,” he said, “this commitment really flies in the face of a great deal of public concern and skepticism about the wisdom of transferring such a valuable resource.”
The largest irrigation district in the nation, IID has the right to 3.8 million acre feet annually from the Colorado River. Recently, it has come under pressure from other districts to use its water more efficiently or lose some.
“We believe we do use that water very efficiently,” Horne said, pointing out that under current conservation agreements, when fully implemented, IID will conserve annually a total of 500,000 acre feet for transfer to California urban water users. “We feel that is a major contribution,” he said.
Andy Horne, IID Pres. The San Diego deal has raised a variety of concerns in Imperial Valley (see Imperial Valley's Questions; San Diego's Answers), but behind them all lies the worry that they will continue to be pressed to transfer more and more water out of farming to urban areas, leaving them without enough water of their own to diversify and develop their economy.
“We’d like to be able to attract new growth and development as we attempt to diversify our economy outside of the box, if you will, of what has traditionally been an agricultural area,” Horne said.
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