In order to provide an opportunity for interested citizens in Southern Arizona to more easily attend a meeting of the Central Arizona Project (CAP) Board of Directors, the Board has scheduled its April meeting in Casa Grande. The Board will meet on Thursday, April 7, at the Francisco Grande Hotel and Resort, 2684 West Gila Bend Highway.
In addition to the regular Board meeting beginning at 10 AM, the Board Public Policy Committee will convene at 9 AM. Both meetings are open to the public. The meeting agendas and accompanying materials will be available on the CAP web site after March 31 using the links below:
The agenda includes a presentation by Frito-Lay on their world-class sustainability program, a proposal for water rate stabilization, and an update on Colorado River supplies.
The fifteen popularly-elected members of the Central Arizona Project Board of Directors represent the three counties served by CAP; Pinal, Pima and Maricopa. Ms. Terri Kibler is currently serving in her first six-year term as the representative from Pinal County.
CAP is the steward of central Arizona's Colorado River water entitlement and a collaborative leader in Arizona's water community. The 336-mile-long CAP system brings about 1.5 million acre-feet of renewable Colorado River water to its customers -- cities, businesses, agriculture and Indian communities -- in Pima, Pinal and Maricopa counties. An acre-foot of water is about 326,000 gallons.