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Los Angeles County, CA November 5, 2002 Election
Board of Directors; Castaic Lake Water Agency; Division 2 Voter Information

Results as of Nov 26 10:38am, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting ( 45/ 45)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Peter Kavounas 7,880 votes 61.97%

  • Occupation: Water Resources Manager
  • 15 years experience working on water resources issues
  • Masters Degree on Water Resource Management
  • Special District Leadership Certification
  • CLWA must be true to its mission to provide a reliable supply of quality water at a reasonable cost
  • Public Agencies must fulfill their purpose in an open, honest, and accountable manner
  • We should pay for the goods and services we want and need, but no more than necessary
Henry J. Schultz 4,835 votes 38.03%
  • Occupation: Engineer/Scientist
  • City Parks and Rec Commissioner
  • City Transportation Committee Member
  • Troop 57 Scoutmaster
  • Local Hike Leader
  • Phd Mathematician
  • Technical management and consulting
  • Stop hundreds of million dollars in wasteful bond issues
  • Make water quality problems public & honestly deal with them
  • Work for a water management plan that accurately represents supplies

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