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San Luis Canal Company is a mutual water company serving growers in Merced County since 1913.

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SLCC & HMRD Press Release

Press release

 

June 27, 2017

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

 

San Luis Canal Company and Henry Miller Reclamation District #2131 announced today that Chase Hurley, General Manager, will depart from the Company and the District approximately September 1ST.

 

Mr. Hurley told the board that the timing is good for him to focus on a life-long goal of “getting back out on the farm” and engaging in the day-to-day operations of the agricultural sector.

 

He has been employed with the Company and the District since November of 2004.

 

James Nickel, President of the Board of Directors of the San Luis Canal Company, said: “Chase and his staff have done an excellent job moving the Company forward on a variety of water resource related issues that protect the historic Miller and Lux water rights while at the same time efficiently and effectively delivering water to the head gates of our consumers.”

 

David Carlucci, President of the Board of Directors of the Henry Miller Reclamation District, added: “The shareholders and water users have greatly benefitted from his work ethic and dedication over the last thirteen years.” 

 

We wish him all the best in his future endeavors and would like to thank him for his service. 

 

A search for a new General Manager will begin immediately to keep the Company and the District moving forward in today’s diversified water community.

 

 

About San Luis Canal Company and Henry Miller Reclamation District #2131

 

San Luis Canal Company consists of approximately 45,000 acres of productive farmland between the cities of Los Banos and Dos Palos in Merced County.   It was established in 1913 as a private mutual water company that serves water to over 300 shareholders within its service area.  The Company’s cropping rotation consists of a variety of row crops including alfalfa, cotton, processing tomatoes, fresh market tomatoes, corn, carrots, garlic, parsley, watermelons, cantaloupes and winter forage crops.   

 

Improved On-Farm irrigation practices, as well as major investments in new canal delivery technology, have been a major focus in its various conservation and modernization programs.  Henry Miller Reclamation District #2131 has a staff of 30 employees whose job is to operate and maintain the canal and drainage systems that provide irrigation water and drainage service in a timely and efficient manner.