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Palmdale, CA – Palmdale Water District (PWD) Board Director Don Wilson will meet with constituents and answer questions at Coffee with a PWD Director from 9-11 a.m. Thursday, April 14, at Alice’s Burgers, 801 W. Palmdale Blvd., Palmdale.

Coffee with a PWD Director events give customers the opportunity to meet their representatives and ask water-related questions in a casual environment. PWD will buy the first cup of coffee for community members at the event.

“It is exciting to finally be able to have in-person events where we can meet our constituents,” Director Wilson said. “I really missed having the interaction, sharing information and listening to concerns. I hope to see many of our community members at the coffee event.”

Director Wilson, who represents Division 2, is on the boards of the Palmdale Recycled Water Authority and the Plant 42 Environmental Restoration Advisory Board and a commissioner for the Antelope Valley

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State Water Contractors Association. He also is on PWD’s Outreach and Finance committees. A Palmdale resident since 1987, Director Wilson retired after 28 years with Foster

Farms. He served on the Palmdale School District Personnel Committee Board for two years and was elected to the PWD Board in November 2018. His term expires in December.

Division 2 is an area whose northern most point is a small section that borders Palmdale Boulevard. The Division roughly lies south and west of central Palmdale, more specifically, south of Palmdale Boulevard and Avenue R west of 25th Street East and south of Pearblossom Highway east of 25th Street East. Division 2 also includes portions of the community of Juniper Hills.

Since 1918, the Palmdale Water District has provided high-quality water at a reasonable cost. We pride ourselves on providing great customer care; advocating for local water issues that help our residents; educating the community on water-use efficiency; and leading our region in researching and implementing emerging technologies that increase operational efficiency. For more information about PWD, visit


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