Mesa Water District Hosts Annual Water Issues Study Group

Mesa Water Provides Adult Water Education Program At No Cost To Participants

Costa Mesa, Calif.; January 18, 2013Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) kicks off its 2013 Water Issues Study Group (WISG) water education program for adults on Wednesday, Feb. 20.  Mesa Water offers the annual WISG series -- at no cost for participants -- to District customers, community and industry members, elected officials, employees, media, and others interested in learning about local, regional, and state water issues.

Now in its 27th consecutive year, the 2013 WISG series meets the third Wednesday of each month, February through May, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the District’s Boardroom located at 1965 Placentia Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA 92627.  WISG participants learn about critical water issues, local and state water history, and future water plans; they also receive a VIP behind-the-scenes tour of the Mesa Water Reliability Facility (MWRF) and other local water facilities.

“The Water Issues Study Group is just one of many added-value programs that Mesa Water provides for District customers, community members, and other key audiences to learn from experts about important and interesting water information that affects our local community, region, and state,” says Mesa Water Board President James R. Fisler.  He continues, “We are proud to continue offering this beneficial, award-winning program to our constituents who are interested in becoming more educated, empowered water users and ambassadors.”

Since 1986, there are more than 500 alumni who have participated in Mesa Water’s WISG.  Graduates of the WISG program are encouraged to share their knowledge to expand water awareness throughout the area.  For information, or to enroll, email or call Mesa Water’s Communications Department at (949) 631-1201.  A registration form is also posted online at www.MesaWater.org/wisg.

 

About Mesa Water

Founded on January 1, 1960, and governed by a publicly-elected, five-member Board of Directors, Mesa Water is an independent special district that provides water service to 110,000 residents in an 18-square-mile service area that includes most of Costa Mesa, a portion of Newport Beach, and John Wayne Airport. Mesa Water provides 100 percent local reliable groundwater to its customers due to the Mesa Water Reliability Facility. Visit MesaWater.org, follow @MesaWater on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, email, or call 949.631.1200 to learn more.