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About_HistoryThe District is governed by a 5 member Board of Directors. Board Meetings are held twice each month in public session to plan policy and provide direction to Staff. Agendas are prepared and posted for public information.

In 1998, the District constructed a new Water Reclamation Facility to reclaim water from sanitary service flows in the western portion of the District. The facility provides supplementary water to nearby agricultural and landscape users.

In addition, the Conejo Creek Diversion, now complete, provides water to serve much of the large agricultural and landscape demands in the Mission Oaks area, the lower Valley and the Pleasant Valley area of the Oxnard Plain.

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