What is the Impact of the Drought on the SCV Business Community?
With emergency drought conditions persisting throughout California, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted an emergency regulation requiring a 25 percent reduction in overall potable urban water use statewide in accordance with Gov. Jerry Brown’s April 1st Executive Order. With tough drought and conservation measures already in place, it’s difficult to determine exactly what this means to business.
At the June VIA luncheon, Castaic Lake Water Agency’s General Manager, Dan Masnada, will explore the drought, the state’s recently mandated restrictions and what you can do to save water in a time of drought.
What are the impacts of the Governor’s emergency drought declaration on the SCV?
Will businesses be treated differently than residential and other water users?
What are the water suppliers’ plans to assure a reliable water supply for business in the future?
Join us on June 16th to find answers to these questions and more.
Valley Industry Association Luncheon
Tuesday, June 16, 11:45 a.m.
Valencia Country Club
27330 No. Tourney Road, Valencia
RSVP NO LATER THAN Thursday, June 11th to the VIA Office (661) 294-8088 or [HERE].
Members and Sponsored Guests: Reserve by Thursday, June 11th, pay $45
After June 11, pay $50 (if seats are still available). Non-members: $65.00
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