IWD board back to three directors — Rockwell resigns

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The Idyllwild Water District has lost another director. On Thursday, Dec. 22, June Rockwell, after one year on the Board, submitted her resignation.

In August 2015, she was elected to a four-year term, which started last December.

Former Idyllwild Water District Director June Rockwell at her first board meeting

She offered no specific reason for resigning, but did say, “Due to circumstances beyond my control, I regrettably must resign my position at IWD due to personal reasons …” Her resignation was effective Dec. 22.

In her letter she wrote, “I truly appreciated the opportunity to service the community on the IWD Board. I have enjoyed my tenure with the IWD Board.”

The Board is already seeking interested constituents to replace former Director John Cook, who resigned a week ago.

A resume and letter should be submitted to the IWD office by Friday, Dec. 30.

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  1. June appreciated working for the community, voted no on everything.
    Yep!
    A complete waste of time and started what they have now.
    Michael Freitas
    Resident
    Both her and Steve to get elected say they shouldn’t take any money till the last meeting then they were just gonna take the $50 instead of hundred dollars. What a joke

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  2. jerkyman911@yahoo.com December 26, 2016, 8:48 pm

    Ok! I am not allowed to comment?

    Michael Freitas
    Resident

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  3. jerkyman911@yahoo.com December 27, 2016, 3:50 pm

    Sorry there it is.
    Mf

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  4. Lets be clear. You made this mess Freitas. You sat there for years just like a bump on a log letting the district fall into disrepair. You disappointed the electorate and embarassed the office!

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  5. Why did you submit Idyllwilds population demographic data different than the us census data for your loan?

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  6. Perhaps an investigation is necessary simply to assure the electorate that behavior was proper when securing this seven figure loan now to be cancelled even though a big portion has been spent on a project not to be built.

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