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Scott Houston Elected new West Basin Municipal Water District President

Image is Scott Houston President of West Basin Municipal Water District BoardLocal listing agent Martin Feinberg notes that in January the West Basin Municipal Water District board of directors elected Scott Houston to serve as its board president for 2019.  Gloria D. Gray was elected to serve as its board vice president at the same meeting. Directors Harold Williams and Carol W. Kwan were named board treasurer and board secretary respectively with Director Donald L. Dear being named the immediate past president.

At the time of his election President Houston stated, “I am honored to be elected by my colleagues to serve as West Basin’s board president in the year ahead.  As a board, we will continue to focus our efforts on water conservation, community education and outreach, and increasing the use of recycled water throughout our service area. West Basin remains dedicated to protecting our existing water supplies while also securing local, drought-resilient resources that ensure future water reliability to the communities we serve.”

The West Basin Municipal Water District represents 17 cities throughout a 185 square mile service area, including the Culver City Real Estate area.  It is dedicated to providing a safe and reliable water supply to the communities it represents.  A five-member board of directors administers the West Basin Municipal Water District. These directors are publicly elected.

Houston has had many years of experience with the West Basin board of directors, having first been elected in 2014 and then re-elected in 2018.   Martin Feinberg, Realtor, was interested to learn that he represents the Division IV cities of Culver City, El Segundo, Malibu, West Hollywood and unincorporated LA County areas of Del Aire, Lennox, Marina del Rey, North Ladera Heights, Topanga, View Park, Windsor Hills and Wiseburn.

Scott Houston has been a resident of the District for almost two decades and an active leader in his local community as well as in the greater Los Angeles area.

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