“To deliver safe, affordable and reliable drinking water to the shareholders of the Cooperative while supporting responsible stewardship and protection of our water resources and meeting applicable federal, state and local mandates for the operation of a water company.”
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New Board Member
Virgil and his wife, Mari, have owned their home on Camano Island since June 2016. Virgil recently retired from Salesforce as Vice President of Technology and was CTO for Tomax, a software company in Salt Lake City, for 21 years. Virgil attended O’Dea High School in Seattle and the University of Washington. He is a volunteer with A Simple Gesture and enjoys camping, hiking and kayaking.
Water Line Replacements for Indian Beach
& Camp Comfort
Phase I of the Indian Beach project, the water main replacement for Indian Beach Road and Hansen Street was completed the end of May, 2019. This project replaced 1,037 linear feet of water mains, 31 meters, meter boxes, valves, and added new hydrants. The project is funded by shareholders’ fees. Larry Brown Construction performed the work and Reichhardt & Ebe were project engineers.
Replacing the Bonanza Alley main and the supply line to the Indian Beach community will be accomplished in a second phase. Phase II will require shoreline work permits.