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August, 2003

Rodoni Files For North Marin Water District

Dennis James Rodoni of Olema on July 22 announced his candidacy for a third term as a director of the North Marin Water District, serving much of West Marin and the City of Novato.

Rodoni stated his goals for the NMWD in the coming years are to "provide the highest quality water available at a fair cost; promote and reward water conservation and work for adequate fire flow and storage throughout our district."

As a conservationist, Rodoni has worked diligently to protect Tomales Bay, one of Marin's most pristine estuaries. Growing up in West Marin, Rodoni calls preserving the community's natural beauty and health one of his highest priorities. His efforts have been rewarded by receipt of the Adeline (Sis) Arndt Watershed award for protecting Tomales Bay and its watershed in Sept. 2001 and an Environmental Action Committee certificate of appreciation in 2000.

Other than the NMWD, Rodoni has served on a variety of non-profit boards and Community organizations, including the Coastal Health Alliance, Tomales Bay Association and the Advisory Commission of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the Point Reyes National Seashore.

He currently serves as a Special District representative to the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO).

Rodoni and his wife Judy have two adult daughters, Megan and Libby. He is a General Contractor, specializing in custom remodels and additions in West Marin.


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