Participating in the June 2 Hillview Water Company ribbon cutting ceremony were, from left, Hillview Manager Jim Foster, California Public Utilities Commission Water Division Director Rami Kahlon, Hillview President/CEO Roger Forrester, State Waterboards Section Chief Carl Carlucci, State Water Resources Control Board Senior Sanitary Engineer Kassy Chauhan, and Madera County District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler.
Participating in the June 2 Hillview Water Company ribbon cutting ceremony were, from left, Hillview Manager Jim Foster, California Public Utilities Commission Water Division Director Rami Kahlon, Hillview President/CEO Roger Forrester, State Waterboards Section Chief Carl Carlucci, State Water Resources Control Board Senior Sanitary Engineer Kassy Chauhan, and Madera County District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Participating in the June 2 Hillview Water Company ribbon cutting ceremony were, from left, Hillview Manager Jim Foster, California Public Utilities Commission Water Division Director Rami Kahlon, Hillview President/CEO Roger Forrester, State Waterboards Section Chief Carl Carlucci, State Water Resources Control Board Senior Sanitary Engineer Kassy Chauhan, and Madera County District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

Hillview Water Company cuts ribbon on $20 million treatment plant project

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