Cliff Trotter’s Pledge To Nipomo Voters/List of Qualifications

At the recent October Festival, Cliff Trotter (left) handed out his pledge to Nipomo Voters, which stated:

If re-elected to the Nipomo Community Services District Board of Directors, I pledge to continue to work toward overcoming the pumping depressions that exist in the aquifer underlying the Nipomo mesa area. Further, I pledge to continue to work toward helping the district provide the district’s ratepayers with dependable and reasonably priced services.

Signed:
Clifford “Cliff” Trotter
(805) 343-3133
ctrot71 at aol.com

Earlier in the year, Cliff also compiled his qualifications for his continued seat on the Nipomo Community Services District Board of Directors:

Statement of candidate for Director, Nipomo Community Services District.

C.E. “Cliff” Trotter

Occupation: Retired water district engineer- manager.

Education and Qualifications:

· Served in the Armed Forces, 1944-46 and 1951-53

· Graduated from UCLA in 1951

· Registered Professional Engineer, State of California

· 35 year work history as Engineer-Manager of water districts in the San Joaquin Valley

· 6 1/2 years as NCSD Director

This November I will have actively served as a Director of the NCSD for six and a half years, but much remains to be done. I wish to continue working to remedy the imbalance of the aquifer underlying the Nipomo Mesa. That overdraft, if allowed to continue, will eventually lead to a reduction in the community’s water supply, higher rates, and possible sea water intrusion. The NCSD Board is committed to building a pipeline to bring supplemental water from the City of Santa Maria, which is vital to a secure future for Nipomo. Presently, I chair one of the committees designated to oversee design and financing of that pipeline. If reelected, I plan to continue in that effort.

I have seen Cliff Trotter function as a Director on the Nipomo Community Services District. He is extremely experienced and well versed in the water issues facing Nipomo, given his 35 year career as Engineer-Manager of water districts in the San Joaquin Valley. I strongly encourage Nipomo voters to return Cliff to the board to continue his knowledgeable and important work,

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