Adam Ereth, candidate for Mesa Water Board, District 2

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If elected, Ereth will strive to reduce rate increases, increase water conservation and sustainability measures, oppose the Poseidon Desalination Project, rescind the Board's additional per diem rates, and renegotiate executive salaries and bonuses.

COSTA MESA, Calif. - eTradeWire -- In the coastal City of Costa Mesa, Mesa's water service is at a crossroads with emerging water quality issues and $200 million worth of rehabilitating/replacing aging infrastructure. The District has large surplus funds, yet is still in the most expensive ½ of county-wide water rates. There is a need to reduce current rate increases, reprioritize funds into mitigating concrete asbestos pipes, and increase water conservation/sustainability measures.

Adam Ereth has been a proud Costa Mesan for 30 years. His family, the Perry's, moved to the Westside of Costa Mesa in the late-50's. We've served as local teachers, business owners, coaches, volunteers, and strong community supporters.

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Ereth has been preparing for serving on the local water board for a number of years.  "I share in that pride for our community. I have Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Geography, and I'm currently finishing a PhD in water-focused research in the N.J. Arnold School of Public Health. I have water-related engineering experience, and served as an Environmental Health Manager alongside local/state/federal agencies on a variety of ecological/public health issues."

Ereth's professional experiences will help the Mesa Water Board to prioritize risks and resources to reduce the massive cost the agency faces with aging infrastructure replacement/rehabilitation, and lower water rates in the process.

You can learn more about this outstanding candidate on his newly launched website at:  http://ereth4mesawater.com

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