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Special District

Olivenhain Municipal Water DistrictCandidate for Director, Division 2

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Eric K. Armstrong

Water Resources Engineer
2,270 votes (40.95%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • I will put my 36 years of private business experience to work to balance budgets and eliminate cost over runs.
  • I will identify HOA's without recycled water and prioritize getting pipelines to serve them with cheap water not subject to drought restrictions.
  • Use my water resources engineering experience to help guide policy towards sustainable water supply for our future.



Profession:Water Resources Engineer
Regional Director, Fuscoe Engineering Inc. (1992–current)
Director, Rancho Ponderosa Home Owners Association — Elected position (2015–current)
Chairman, Building Resources Council - BIA — Elected position (2013–current)
Representative, Pure Water Working Group — Appointed position (2014–current)


University of California Irvine Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering , Water Resources Engineering (1980)


Registered California Civil Engineer for over 34 years, specializing in water resources management on behalf of his clients

Founding manager of the San Diego office of a major southern California Civil Engineering firm overseeing a staff of 28 engineers and scientists.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s representative on the City of San Diego’s Pure Water potable reuse program (largest in California)

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Promote the expansion of reclaimed water use by our many HOA’s to provide low cost irrigation water that is a drought proof and reduces our reliance on imported water.

Protect ratepayers from excessive rate increases.

Ensure adequate water storage and supplies for future years.

Ensure proper, cost effective maintenance of District facilities.

Hold District Management accountable to ratepayers.

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