CALIFORNIA WATER COMMISSION RE-ELECTS LEADERSHIP

CALIFORNIA WATER COMMISSION RE-ELECTS LEADERSHIP

January 18, 2014

Water Commission Re-Elects Current Chair Byrne and Vice Chair Del Bosque
 
The California Water Commission re-elected, unanimously, current Chair Joseph Byrne and Vice Chair Joe Del Bosque this week to second one-year terms as leaders of the commission.


Byrne, of Los Angeles, is an of counsel attorney in the law office of Best, Best & Krieger, LLP and is a member of the firm’s Environmental & Natural Resources Law, Special Districts, Municipal, and Business Services practice groups.

 
Del Bosque, of Los Baños, is president and chief executive officer of Empresas Del Bosque, Inc., a diversified farm in the San Joaquin Valley, where he grows cantaloupes, almonds, asparagus, cherries, and organic melons. He previously served as director of Pacheco Water Distrit and the San Joaquin Valley Drainage Authority.

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