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AWA Responds To Grand Jury Report

AWA Responds To Grand Jury Report

The Amador Water Agency Board of Directors approved the Agency’s detailed response to the 2018 – 2019 Amador County Civil Grand Jury report at a special board meeting Wednesday.  The almost 50-page response addresses in detail the findings and recommendations made by the Grand Jury.  While AWA directors and Agency staff disagreed with many of the Grand Jury findings, the Agency has, Quote; “taken steps to amplify transparency and accessibility of complex information”, one of the recommendations of the Grand Jury.  According to AWA Board President Paul Molinelli Jr. recent extensive work has gone into reorganizing the Agency’s budget reports and creating a user-friendly Budget-in-Brief brochure that will be mailed to all AWA customers. The Agency has improved the format of its website with the assistance of a website consultant to enhance its use by the public and Board of Directors meeting recordings are now available online. Molinelli added that the Agency’s directors and staff have put in place improved tracking and reporting of capital projects, recently completed additional management training, and are beginning development of a formal water and wastewater facilities Master Plan for the Agency.  The AWA full response includes additional documents for further background and is available on the Agency website amadorwater.org and at the Agency office.

Written by KVGC Staff

          

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