The board that monitors and regulates Central Coast water use will have one old and three new members, appointed today by Gov. Jerry Brown.
The following people were appointed to the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board:
- Jean-Pierre Wolff, 62, of San Luis Obispo, who has been on the board since 2010. Wolff owns Wolff Vineyards, was an independent technology consultant, and served as senior vice president at Global Energy Services and vice president of Electro-Test Inc. Wolff is vice president of the Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District and the vice chair of the San Luis Obispo County Agriculture Liaison Advisory Board.
- Bruce Delgado, 50, mayor of Marina. Delgado is a botanist for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management.
- Michael Johnston, 59, of Watsonville, a consultant for Teamsters Local 948 and the California Teamsters State Council of Cannery and Food Processing Unions.
- Michael Jordan, 57, of Santa Barbara, an account executive for Hub International Insurance Services and a former agent for State Farm insurance company. Jordan was an administrative officer for Commander Fleet Activities, U.S. Navy, Yokosuka, Japan.
The Senate must confirm each appointment. Board members receive a per diem payment of $100.
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