On Wednesday, Nov. 28, Gov. Jerry Brown announced the reappointment of Half Moon Bay City Councilmember John Muller to the San Francisco Bay Regional Quality Control Board, where he has served since 1995.
“I am deeply humbled that Governor Brown has chosen me to continue serving on the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board,” stated Councilmember John Muller.
“Protecting the Bay Area’s water quality is essential for the health of our residents and the protection of our environment. That’s why I am eager to serve another term on the Board performing this important work.”
For the past 11 years, Councilmember Muller has led the San Francisco Bay Water Quality Control Board as its Chair.
Known as Region 2, the regional water quality control board oversees Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, Santa Clara (north of Morgan Hill), San Mateo, Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties.
The State of California is separated into nine regional water quality control boards, which exercise rulemaking and regulatory activities locally.
Muller was originally appointed to the Board by Governor Pete Wilson, and has since been reappointed by Governors Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger. In addition to serving on the Half Moon Bay City Council, Muller has been the owner and operator of Daylight Farms in Half Moon Bay since 1990.