Meet Our Board

Monterey One Water (M1W) is a public utility serving cities and districts in northern Monterey County—learn more on our Service Area page. We are governed through a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) which was formed in February 1979. Each of our 11 member entities appoints one representative to the M1W Board to represent the residential and business members in their city or district.

Mary Ann Carbone


Mary Ann Carbone, Chair

Represents: City of Sand City (Mayor)

Appointed to M1W Board: May 2017

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Thomas Moore


Thomas Moore, Vice Chair

Represents: Marina Coast Water District (Board of Directors)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2016

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Board Member Christie Cromeenes


Christie Cromeenes, Director

Represents: City of Salinas (City Council Member)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2021

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Board Member Scott Donaldson

 
Scott Donaldson, Director

Represents: City of Del Rey Oaks (City Council Member)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2021

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Linda Grier


Linda Grier, Director

Represents: Boronda County Sanitation District

Appointed to M1W Board: February 2014

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Board Member Ian Oglesby


Ian Oglesby, Director

Represents: City of Seaside (Mayor)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2021

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John Phillips


John Phillips, Director

Represents: Monterey County (Board of Supervisors, District 2)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2015

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Nick Smith


Nick Smith, Director

Represents: City of Pacific Grove (City Council Member)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2019

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Ron Stefani


Ron Stefani, Director

Represents: Castroville Community Services District (Board of Directors)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2008

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Tyller Williamson


Tyller Williamson, Director

Represents: City of Monterey (City Council Member)

Appointed to M1W Board: January 2019

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M1W  Director - Vacant

Represents: United States Army (Ex-Officio)

Appointment

Each entity notifies the Agency in writing of the appointment of its representative (and alternate, if desired) and of any change in representation. The representatives serve solely at the pleasure of the governing body of the appointing member entity. Note: No set term is designated by M1W.

Current membership on the M1W Board includes elected officials from eight cities/districts, a representative from the Monterey County Board of Supervisors, one member (non-elected) who is appointed by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors to represent the Boronda County Sanitation District, and an ex-officio representative from the U.S. Army.

This information is in accordance with our Joint Powers Agreement, Section 3.01 (PDF).