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District Engineer
The Marina Coast Water District is a special district formed in 1960 for the purpose of installing and operating a water supply, water distribution system and wastewater collection system for the City of Marina. The District now serves approximately 37,000 residents through 10,500 connections in its Marina-Ord Community service area which is comprised of the City of Marina and portions of Seaside, Monterey and Del Rey Oaks and a portion of the County of Monterey. The District also serves as the Marina Coast Water District Groundwater Sustainability Agency (MCWDGSA) which serves as the management agency overseeing the Monterey sub-basin of the greater Salinas Valley Basin. The MCWDGSA is in the beginning stages of developing the necessary plans for its operations. MCWD is governed


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