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RIALTO, CA – West Valley Water District General Manager Clarence Mansell, Jr. today expressed his sincere appreciation and gratitude to Assistant General Manager Logan Olds for his service to the agency upon Olds’ announcement of his departure from his position. Olds began his service to West Valley Water District earlier this year.

“Logan Olds is a dedicated professional in the water resources field,” stated Mansell. “The service and results he provided to the ratepayers of our district is invaluable. Our Administration, the Board of Directors, and staff are greatly thankful for his accomplishments during his tenure.”

President Dr. Michael Taylor stated, “Logan assisted our District in moving projects forward to better serve our communities. We were able to make improvements including bringing wells back into the system. I wish him continued success.”

This week Logan Olds notified the District of his intention to retire from his current position, effective August 30, 2019. “Everyone at West Valley Water District wishes Logan Olds all the best in his future endeavors,” concluded Mansell.

West Valley Water District is a Special District governed by a five-member Board of Directors providing retail water to approximately 83,000 customers. The District serves drinking water to portions of Rialto, Colton, Fontana, Bloomington, and portions of the unincorporated area of San Bernardino County and a portion of City of Jurupa Valley in Riverside County.

In addition to maintaining high standards for our existing water supplies, we are also looking at innovative ways to bring new sources forward to help boost our water supplies during the drought and to meet future water demands.