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Special District

Inland Empire Utilities AgencyCandidate for Board of Directors, Division 1

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Terry Catlin

Incumbent/Water Industry Executive
20,798 votes (45.16%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Deliver High Quality Sewer & Water Services at Affordable Rates
  • Lead Forward-Looking Programs for a Sustainable Future
  • Leverage Federal & State Grants to Reduce Infrastructure Costs



Profession:Incumbent/Water Industry Executive
General Manager, Water Facilities Authority (2004–current)
Director, Inland Empire Utilities Agency — Elected position (1997–current)
Quality Manager, Sunkist Growers (1997–2004)


University of Southern California Master of Science, Biochemistry (1987)
Claremont McKenna College Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry (1982)

Community Activities

Volunteer Scout Leader, Boy Scouts of America (2008–current)
Volunteer, Southern California Festival & Sale Fundraiser (1997–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (3)

  • Janice Rutherford, County of San Bernardino Supervisor
  • Curt Hagman, County of San Bernardino Supervisor
  • Kathy Tiegs, Cucamonga Valley Water District Director

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