Map shows proposed redistricting

This map displays the proposed boundary changes for the five divisions of the Ramona Municipal Water District.

This map shows the current boundaries of the five divisions of the Ramona Municipal Water District.

A proposed redistrcting map of Ramona Municipal Water District’s five divisions has received preliminary approval from the water board.

The redistricting proposal was prepared by Shepherd and Staats Inc., the same firm that developed the water district’s previous redistricting about 10 years ago.

Final approval of the redistricting is slated for the water board’s Dec. 27 meeting. The maps of division boundaries must be submitted to the County of San Diego Registrar of Voters by July 2012 so voting precincts can be determined in time for the November 2012 election.

Maps of the  current and proposed boundaries are displayed here.

The five directors and their divisions are:

Division 1: Darrell Beck

Division 2: Kit Kesinger

Division 3: Bryan Wadlington

Division 4: Joe Zenovic

Division 5: Red Hager

Maps may also be viewed at the Ramona Municipal Water District

office, 105 Earlham St., 760-789-1330.

Related posts:

  1. Redistricting proposal receives initial nod from water board
  2. Water district contracts with two private firms: one for engineering, another for redistricting
  3. Supervisors consider two redistricting proposals today
  4. Redistricting means minor changes for District 2
  5. One week left to submit county redistricting plans

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Nov 16 2011. Filed under Government. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Map shows proposed redistricting”

  1. Linda

    I don't see much change between the old and the new. What was the purpose of this and how much did it cost?

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