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American Liberty Forum of Ramona Chairman Dan Summers will host the Water Regulations Today and Tomorrow Meeting on June 27. ALFOR Chairman Dan Summers said the Water Regulations forum will help inform the public of pending water rationing requirements that will limit individual use of water. The forum will also address a proposal to attach meters to water wells in order to charge for its use, Summers said. “That has an enormous impact on the people of Ramona, especially people who are on water wells,” Summers said. “The American Liberty Forum of Ramona’s purpose is to inform the public about these issues.” Summers said both bills have been signed into law by former Gov. Jerry Brown in May 2018 and are on track to be enacted within the next few years. Panelists who will be available to answer questions during the Water Regulations forum include Ramona Municipal Water District Board Director Jeff Lawler, Erin Lump of the Rincon del Diablo Municipal Water District in Escondido, Mike Sannella of the Vallecitos Water District in San Marcos, and Kathleen Coates Hedberg of the Helix Water District serving San Diego’s east county communities including La Mesa, Lemon Grove, El Cajon, Spring Valley and Lakeside. RMWD Director Jeff Lawler said one of the intents of AB 1668 includes limiting indoor water use to 55 gallons per person per day by 2023. A challenge in executing the law is determining how much water households consume for indoor versus outdoor use, and possibly setting additional consumption levels for outdoor water use, he said. “We can’t differentiate between indoor versus outdoor water use so a standard will have to be set for indoor and outdoor water use,” Lawler said. Ramona Municipal Water District Board Director Jeff Lawler joins several panelists discussing water issues. At some point, Lawler said lawmakers are expected to create a process for determining water allocations for agencies such as RMWD based on their region. It is likely that dry climates such as the Sacramento region, which has homes on larger parcels of land, will be allocated higher water utilization levels than cooler coastal regions such as San Diego. Lawler said although the new laws incorporate fines and penalties for exceeding the allowable water use thresholds, it is likely local water agencies will be held responsible for meeting water use targets in their areas. He said fines levied on water districts could be passed on check that to individual water customers in the form of higher water rates. “Districts will be responsible for ensuring we don’t exceed our quotas under the guidelines, and if we do, the district would be fined,” Lawler said. “Then the costs ultimately would be passed on to water district customers in the form of higher water rates. I’m very much opposed to fees. We are overtaxed and we pay too much for everything in this state.” Lawler is troubled by restrictions on residential and business water consumption when roughly half the state’s fresh water supply flows out to the ocean, in part to protect estuaries and the endangered delta smelt, and nearly 40 percent of the water is consumed by agricultural interests. Also of imminent concern, is pending enforcement of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act passed in 2014. The law regulates use of groundwater by designating low, medium and high priority groundwater basins. Lawler said well owners in medium priority basins such as the San Luis Rey Valley Groundwater Basin and the San Pasqual Valley Groundwater Basin, as well as high priority basins such as the Borrego Valley Groundwater Basin, could face limits on the amount of well water they use.

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Maury County Director of Finance Doug Lukonen speaks with members of the Maury County Education Association at Horace O. Porter School on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020. The report suggests some progress for the public school district and county.  The state's 2018 report identified 11 items of concern for the public school system, while a 2019 report recorded  10 findings from the public school district . Last year, a total of five items were identified between the county and the school district. Maury County Director of Finance Doug Lukonen said Maury County received a certificate from the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office for adopting a balanced budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year in a timely manner, an award presented to the county "for the first time in a long time." Even though more work needs to be done, he said the slight improvement is a step in the right direction. Lukonen told The Daily Herald that the recent financial review indicates a “new chapter” for the county’s financial management office. “I believe we have taken a huge step in the right direction,” Lukonen said. “Since October of 2018, our office has been moving forward and achieving our goals at a rapid pace. We will continue to review processes, procedures, policies, internal controls, and software in our mission to achieve zero findings." During the 2019 calendar year, state auditors found that the finance office failed to withhold and remit Social Security and Medicare taxes related to certain payroll deductions of approximately 1,800 school department employees. The issue, identified in February 2020, resulted in teachers and staff members at Maury County Public Schools having an average of $14.06 deducted from their paychecks for half the year . The county’s department identified the error and paid $301,746 to the Internal Revenue Service for the unremitted employee taxes. The department recovered $289,586 from payroll deductions of current employees through June 30, 2020. As a result, Maury County paid $12,160 ($301,746 - $289,586) in unrecovered payroll taxes, $11,633 for interest and penalty assessed by the IRS, and $10,255 to a local accounting firm for conducting a technical review of the calculations. The deficiency was the result of a lack of management oversight, according to the state comptroller's report. "The finding we do have this year is one that we have learned from, and we successfully corrected and prevented [irregularities] from happening in the 2020-2021 fiscal year," Lukonen said. Maury Regional theft causes deficiencies identified   In October of 2020, the Comptroller’s Division of Investigations issued an investigative report on the Maury Regional Medical Center, which disclosed that a former system coordinator in the hospital’s supply chain department stole at least $798,265 in medical supplies. On March 11, 2020, the Maury County Grand Jury indicted the former employee , Tommy John Rikeron, 31, on one count of theft of more than $250,000 and on 54 counts of money laundering. State auditors also identified accounting deficiencies at the Maury County Office of Clerk and Master, as bank statements were not reconciled properly on the general ledger. The office also overpaid its fees and commissions to the General Fund by $63,325. Maury County's financial consolidation takes shape The audit finding for the school district follows the implementation of the Maury County Financial Management Act of 2018. A private act penned specifically for the county, the resolution, approved by the Maury County Commission, placed ultimate control of the county’s finances under a single governing body, consolidating all county funds into a smaller number of larger accounts, including the school district’s finances and the trustee’s office. The goal was to more productively managetaxpayer funds. As a result of the consolidation, the county’s and school district’s finance departments have now fully merged with Lukonen’s office, absorbing the financial responsibilities of the school district. Prior to the merger, school district and the county government previously operated through 10 separate funds, including a separate set fund for the school district.

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