VIDEO and MAPS.
The Coastside County Water District has had four of the five required noticed public hearings to discuss the electoral zones for our District.
The final meeting will be held on February 11, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. and at this time, the Board will choose one of the draft electoral maps and will decide:
- which three (3) of the five (5) new zones will elect a Board member in 2020
- and which two (2) of the five (5) new zones will elect a Board member in 2022
All analysis, presentation, delivery of information, maps and materials have complied with the objectives of the districting rules and goals.
CONVERSION FROM AN AT-LARGE ELECTORAL SYSTEM FOR ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO ONE BASED ON FIVE (5) ZONES PURSUANT TO THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT
Tues. 1/28/2020 Special Meeting AgendaCCWD Agenda 1:28:20
Tues. 1/14/2020 Meeting AgendaCCWD 1:14:20 Electoral agenda
Tues. 1/14/2020 Meeting Video
1/14/2020 AGENDA PUBLIC HEARING On November 25, 2019, the COASTSIDE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT resolved by action of its Board of Directors to change its electoral system for members of the Board of Directors from an at-large system – one in which District voters elect all Directors – to a system based on five (5) zones, where District voters elect a Board member from their zone. The District now seeks public input as to the composition of the District and how to best draw these new zones.
On December 10, 2019, Coastside County Water District held its first public hearing regarding the California Voting Rights Act, the process of conversion from an at-large to zone or district-based system, and to receive input on the five zones that will be created.
On December 17, 2019 Coastside County Water District held its second public hearing to discuss the California Voting Rights Act, the process of conversion, and to receive public input on the District with regard to geography, population, and communities of interest to assist the District in drawing five (5) zones that are in compliance with the Federal and California Voting Rights Acts.
On January 14, 2020 Coastside County Water District held its third public hearing to discuss the California Voting Rights Act, and to present three draft maps of five (5) electoral zones for election of members of the Board of Directors, and to receive public input on the draft maps and order of elections.
1. This is the fourth public hearing to review the remaining dates and steps in the process leading to the adoption of the Ordinance transitioning to zone-based elections, currently planned for February 11, 2020
A. Public Hearing to Solicit Public Input: Presentation of one or more draft maps of five (5) electoral zones for election of members of the Board of Directors; Public Input on maps and order of elections.
1. February 11, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.: – Presentation of one or more draft maps of five (5) electoral zones for election of members of the Board of Directors; Public Input on maps and order of elections
2. Board of Directors meeting on February 11, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.: After receiving additional public input, the Board by Ordinance will choose one of the draft electoral maps and will decide which three (3) of the five (5) new zones will elect a Board member in 2020, and which two (2) of the five (5) new zones will elect a Board member in 2022.
CALL AHEAD. Board meetings can be rescheduled. Get on their email list to be notified of meeting changes. please sign up here.
Regular meetings of the CCWD Board of Directors are held once each month on the second Tuesday. Regular meetings commence at 7:00 p.m. and are held in the District Office located at 766 Main Street, Half Moon Bay.
The date, time and place of a regular meeting may be changed by the Board of Directors in specific cases by a motion duly passed at a meeting duly called and held. Public notice shall be posted of any such change in the date, time or place of a regular meeting.
Posting Locations for the Agendas of the Regular / Special Board Meetings:
- CCWD Office (Front Door)
- City of Half Moon Bay Bulletin Board
- Half Moon Bay Library
- CCWD Website
If you would like to receive the monthly CCWD Board Meeting Agendas by e-mail, please sign up here.
Board of Directors
Bob Feldman, President – member since April 2016 – Term ends November 2018
Ken Coverdell, Vice President – member since May 1992 – Term ends November 2020
Arnie Glassberg, Director – member since November 2013 – Term ends November 2020
Chris Mickelsen, Director – member since November 2001 – Term ends November 2018
Glenn Reynolds, Director – member since November 2011 – Term ends November 2020
ARTICLE / LINKS. Coastside County Water District launches WaterSmart customer web portal.
Save money on your water bill. Set up leak alerts that might cause water damage. View usage history, get money saving recommendations from your phone. All you need is your account ID and your zip code.
Step One: Register (your water account number is your registration code)
Step Two: Personalize your information
Step Three: Learn about your daily, monthly, seasonal and annual water usage
Do you have a question about WaterSmart or do you need assistance with registering?
Email email@example.com for help.
Coastside County Water District
766 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Tel. 650-726-4405 | Fax 650-726-5245
Compare to the City of HMB CUSD (Cabrillo Unified School District) Electoral Maps.
May have to open a few windows to compare. Geeky fascination with local public agency electoral process. Keep in mind second chance for re-districting, next election cycle. This is just a test. Sort of. Feedback is good to any of these jurisdictions.
Cabrillo Unified School District (CUSD) Electoral Map