Candidates seek to guide groundwater group’s governance

Thomas Galvin
Thomas Galvin

Rose Law Group’s Tom Galvin is amongst the 10 candidates running for 5 positions on the CAP.

By Brandon Loomis | The Arizona Republic

The Nov. 8 election will help determine the future management of Arizona’s Colorado River management and groundwater conservation program.

Maricopa County voters will choose five members of the 15-member Central Arizona Water Conservation District, which governs the Central Arizona Project canal and related groundwater recharge programs. Ten people are running for five positions with six-year terms. Each voter is asked to pick up to five. The positions are unpaid.

Issues likely to come before the next board members include:

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