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Richard W. Atwater

Chairman

Foothill Municipal Water District

HQ Phone:  (818) 790-4036

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Foothill Municipal Water District

4536 Hampton Road

La Canada Flintridge, California,91011

United States

Company Description

Foothill Municipal Water District (FMWD) was incorporated on January 7, 1952 to help meet the increased water needs of the rapidly growing foothill communities following the end of World War II. Water leaders, and ultimately voters, saw the need to supplement ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President

MWD/US Bureau of Reclamation Salinity Management Study


Executive Director

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WATER COMMITTEE


President

Bookmans


Water Resources Consultant

NASA/Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory


Assistant To the Commissioner

Bureau of Reclamation


Chief Executive Officer and General Manager

Inland Empire Utilities Agency


General Manager

West Basin


General Manager of West Basin Municipal Water District, General Manager of Central Basin Municipal Water District and Manager of the Water Resources Division

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California


Affiliations

Metropolitan

Board Member


Coachella Valley Water District

Board Member


Western Urban Water Coalition

Board Member


Urban Water Institute Inc

Board Member


Association of California Water Agencies

Board Member


National Water Research Institute

Board Member


Southern California Salinity Coalition

Board Member


Alternate

Board Member


Mono Lake Committee

Board Member


National Research Council

Committee


MLC

Board Member


National Academy of Sciences

Member of Committee


Stormwater

Member of Committee


On-Site Reuse of Graywater

Member of Committee


Crescenta Valley Water District

Board Member


Education

bachelor's degree

geology and environmental science

Stanford University


master's degree

urban and regional planning

University of Southern California


Web References(191 Total References)


Board Of Directors - Foothill Municipal Water District

www.fmwd.com [cached]

Director Division 4: Richard W. Atwater - President (Beginning January 2011)
Mr. Atwater has a record of over 25 years of achievement in government and water resources management. He currently sits as Executive Director of the Southern California Water Committee. Previously, Mr. Atwater was a past CEO/General Manager if the Inland Empire Utilities Agency. Some of his other past positions include: President of Bookman-Edmonston Engineering, Inc., General Manager of West Basin Municipal Water District, General Manager of Central Basin Municipal Water District, and Manager of the Water Resources Division at the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. He is also a former board member of the Crescenta Valley Water District. Mr. Atwater and his family have lived in La C añada Flintridge, CA since 1986.


Directors

www.fmwd.com [cached]

Director Division 4; Richard W. Atwater Mr. Atwater has over a twenty-five year record of achievement in government and water resources management administration.He is currently CEO of Inland Empire Utilities, past president of Bookman-Edmonston Engineering, Inc., past general manager of West Basin Municipal Water District and Central Basin Municipal Water District, and a former employee of Metropolitan Water District.He is also a board member of the Crescenta Valley Water District.He and his family have lived in La Canada Flintridge since 1986.


Altadena's Water Future: Devil's in the Details | Altadena Heritage

altadenaheritage.org [cached]

Our panel was made up of top people in the local water scene: Chris Stone, LA County's Water Resource Manager; Rich Atwater, Chairman of Foothills Municipal Water District (FMWD); Tim Brick of the Arroyo Seco Foundation and former chairman of Metropolitan Water District, and Angela George, LA County Department of Public Works spokesperson.


Foothill Municipal Water District - Home

www.fmwd.com [cached]

Director Richard Atwater represents FMWD on the MWD Board of Directors.


www.pasadenastarnews.com

By fast-tracking water recycling, conservation measures, storm-water capture, all those things will help fight the drought in our area, but they will take time, said Rich Atwater, executive director of the Southern California Water Committee and a board member with the Foothill Municipal Water District in the east San Fernando Valley.
Atwater said hes working with institutions in Southern California to use some of this bond money to recycle sewage water and use it for landscape irrigation, saving billions of gallons of potable water. For example, the committee is paired with the Claremont Colleges to develop recycled water for athletic fields and campus landscaping. While general manager of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency, he helped Kaiser Permanente develop recycled water for its cooling towers and landscaping at its hospital in Ontario, he said. Advertisement The governors announcement is a big deal. A billion dollars is a lot of money. It is a way of stimulating the public and institutions, Atwater said, adding he wished Caltrans would plant more drought-tolerant plants and use less water. While many have done so, more need to jump on that bandwagon, Atwater said. We have contractors who can do a makeover of your front lawn and it is all paid by a Metropolitan Water District rebate, Atwater said. Why isnt everyone doing that?


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