CalMutuals, through its Regulatory Affairs Committee, supports its membership through diligent monitoring of regulations by federal, state and local agencies that impact small water systems.
CalMutuals has been involved in a set of regulatory proceedings involving standards for hexavalent chromium, 1,2,3 TCP, as well as drought and conservation requirements from the state. CalMutuals has also been involved in assisting members in obtaining exceptions from county property tax assessments in Los Angeles, Ventura and other counties; and has commented on standards for subsurface utility installations on the Central Coast.
Beginning in 2019 CalMutuals will provide education and guidance on regulatory issues for Affiliate members (community service districts, irrigation districts and special districts) around regulatory issues of shared interest/concern by mutual water company and non-mutual members.
CalMutuals continuously monitors regulatory issues for its members. We’ve consolidated the issues into a quick list for your review. Member login is required!