Sacramento, CA– Pete Kampa, general manager of the Tuolumne Utilities District, has been re-elected to the California Special Districts Association’s (CSDA) 18-member board of directors.
He is one of three directors representing CSDA region two, an area that covers 18 counties, including Sierra, Nevada, Glenn, Yolo, San Joaquin and Tuolumne. Kampa was elected to a three-year term in an election conducted by mail in August. The CSDA Board also elected him to serve as Secretary of the Board.
“CSDA provides educational programs and other resources that are absolutely necessary for special district governing officials,” said Kampa. “I actively participate to ensure that districts throughout the state have the tools necessary to provide high quality, efficient and transparent public services. The more districts perform well for their communities, the less additional costly regulation gets piled on by the state.”
The term for which Kampa has been re-elected to serve runs from 2012-2014.
The California Special Districts Association (CSDA) is a non-for-profit association that was formed in 1969 to ensure the continued existence of local, independent special districts. The statewide association represents all types of independent special districts including irrigation, water, park and recreation, cemetery, fire, police protection, library, utility, healthcare and community services districts.