Rural Water Authority seeking new members
By Elizabeth Wood
WestRWA) will be holding its biennial meeting on May 7 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Phillip S. Miller Library west meeting room, 100 S. Wilcox Street in Castle Rock.
The purpose of the meeting is to hold elections for several director positions and provide updates on the RWA’s ongoing projects, including its well monitoring program and feasibility study.
The RWA just completed a series of community meetings throughout Douglas County to give County well users an overview of the RWA’s mission and services. Many questions and concerns were raised by attendees. According to District 1 Director Geoff Withers, the RWA is in the process of compiling and developing answers to the questions and hopes to have this completed by the biennial meeting.
The Rural Water Authority of Douglas County was created in 2008 to serve the rural water users of Douglas County in providing an adequate, sustainable, and reliable water supply. For more information about the RWA (including its “Creation Agreement” which details the RWA’s structure, purpose, and authority) visit www.rwadc.org.