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Source Protection Committee Member: Clayton Cameron

Now enjoying retirement, Clayton resides in Minden in the northern part of the Black River watershed. In his working life, he acted as Director of Public Works in which he was directly involved in the operation of six water systems, three surface and three groundwater sources. With more than 20 years of experience in water supply and operations and responsibility for water supply to 5,000 residents, Clayton is very interested in protecting our water resources.The knowledge he brings to the committee about how water systems operate and the daily challenges faced by water providers gives a unique perspective to the discussions at the table. Clayton has been a member of the committee since it began in 2007.

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