The Pacific Water Quality Association embarked on its annual pilgrimage to the California Capitol in February, in its continuing quest to protect the rights of water industry companies in that state. A group of 18 PWQA members convened in Sacramento to meet with a host of legislators, provide information packets and discuss AB 1366 and other water-related issues. The group made well over 100 contacts during the two-day event and attendees said they wouldn’t have missed the opportunity to take part.

“Our impact will be measured by our participation in the process and continuing on a regular basis to show up in the legislators’ offices,” said PWQA President Jerry Johnson. Special guest Assembly Member Joel Anderson of La Mesa spoke to the PWQA members about the industry’s neutral position on AB 1366 and what it portends for the future. He encouraged all industry members to get involved in their own regions and with district legislators.

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