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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
Special District

Marina Coast Water DistrictCandidate for Director

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William "Bill" Lee

Incumbent
2,009 votes (17.33%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Marina residents continue to pay the lowest prices for their water.
  • insure adequate water supplies for our children and grandchildren.
  • new water supply is delivered safely and at a reasonable cost.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Retired Army Officer,Peace officer,Contractor
Retired, Retired (2016–current)
Director, Marina Coast Water District — Elected position (2006–current)
Director- Marina Coast Water District, Marina Coast Water District — Elected position (2006–current)
Economic Development Commission, City of Marina — Appointed position (2004–2006)
Commissioner, Water Conservation Commission — Elected position (2003–2006)

Education

California Military Academy, UC Berkley, Sanjose State, Graduate, California Military Academy and was comissioned as an Armor Officer., Electronic Security Specialist (1997)

Biography

William Lee

3167 Eucalyptus Street, Marina, CA 93933

Tel #:  831-905-9299            Email: nobadwater@aol.com

 

U.S. Citizen: Yes

Veterans’ Preference: U.S. Army (O-4); Military Service: 12/1970 to 05/2010

 

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

 

CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND:

 

SECURITY SYSTEMS MANAGER (TIER-4)

Advantor / Infrasafe -- Orlando, FL -- September 2011 to Present

 

Brief the Director of Field Operations Advantor Systems on a weekly, monthly and annual basis. Supervise the maintenance of security systems on 85 bases and locations nationwide, including Hawaii, Samoa, Puerto Rico, Korea and Japan. Manage 15 Tier 4 support personnel embedded throughout Department of Defense (DOD) facilities. Coordinate physical security requirements with the Headquarters, Advantor Systems. Provides functional area support to the Advantor staff, subordinates and other agencies. Ensure physical protection of personnel, facilities, and assets against criminal, terrorist, or hostile activities for Advantor Systems clients. Provide guidance for the selection of physical security equipment including intrusion detection systems, access control systems, duress systems, CCTV, fencing, lighting and barriers to effectively protect personnel, facilities and assets.  Reviews physical security inspection compliance reports, outlines deficient areas and recommend corrective actions to Headquarters, Advantor Systems. Performs duties concerning the physical protection of conventional arms, ammunition and explosives (AA&E) against theft, sabotage, terrorism, loss or other criminal acts. Resolves conflicts between physical security requirements and organizational mission requirements. Recommends techniques to resolve conflict without compromising the integrity of the physical security program or the assets to be protected. Performs duties concerned with maintaining and managing all intrusion detection systems (IDS) for the Client. Works with unit personnel to properly manage the IDS personnel identification number (PIN) system for Client units. Possesses working knowledge of locks, keys and other devices to secure equipment, assets, and personnel. Skilled in the development of local policies or the augmentation of existing regulations concerning physical security, locks and keys, and crime prevention programs.  Clearly conveys complex security requirements and recommendations orally and in writing to Advantor Systems officials. Articulate the accomplishments of the tier-4 Maintenance Team. The updates focus on the annual budget, delivery of services, communications, strategic plans, tactical plans, utilization of resources and resolutions, 30 day goals, and contractual compliance.


 

 

 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST Tier-4

Advantor / Infrasafe -- Orlando, FL -- September 2009 to September 2010

Supervisor: Rich Harrison   Tel #: 407-342-6979  Email: Harrison@advantor.com

 

Provide weekly & monthly and annual briefings to the Maintenance Service Supervisor on the status of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) at Fort Hunter Liggett Military Base.

Provides input to support the development of Physical Security Plans for supported organizations. Reviews proposals for AA&E physical security construction/upgrade projects and new and modified construction projects to ensure compliance with existing DOD regulations and directives. Performs duties associated with the DOD Force Protection Program. Provides guidance to management officials in regards to adequate protection of personnel and assets. Provides subject matter expertise and oversight over all Intrusion Detection and Access Control Systems (IDS, ACS). Reviews and approves all requests for the acquisition, installation, maintenance, modification and budgeting of commercial Physical Security Equipment. Reviews, analyzes and recommends physical security needs for leased, new construction and modifications to facilities. 

 

ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Anzu Technology -- Marina, CA -- January 2008 to Sep 2009

Supervisor: Tom White    Tel #:    Email:

 

Inspect facilities warehousing to ensure compliance with established policies of respective client organizations.  Provide briefings on the status of all equipment to include equipment types, inventory, usage and distribution.

 

JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN

Allegiance Electrical Contracting -- Marina, CA -- Jun 1994 to Dec 2008

 

Certified Electrician

 

CORRECTIONAL OFFICER

Correctional Training Facility, Soledad, California -- October 1979 to June 1994

Supervisor:   Assigned Sergeant  Tel#:             Email

 

As a sworn peace officer, provides public protection by enforcing State and Federal laws and administrative regulations while supervising the conduct of inmates or parolees of a State correctional facility or camp; and to do other related work.  Provide daily briefing/updates to supervisor concerning inmate activities.

 

MILITARY EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND:

 

Performed duties as a Budget Officer, Observer controller, Operation Officer, Logistic Officer, Company Commander, Executive Officer, Platoon Leader, Computer Repairman-Active Duty.  Enlisted: Dec 1970-Jan 1979-- Officer: Aug 1982-May 2010

 

At the Enhanced Brigade level, Briefed the Commander in regards to monthly review & analysis of budgetary information and financial outcomes. Developed Mission management SOP, Prepared monthly management information reports on costing commitments & obligations. Documented monthly expenditures & review for quality control. Consolidated and formatted incoming statistical budgetary information. Controlled resource management and maintained quality assurance.  Planned for and tracked all expenditure for protection of personnel, facilities, and assets against criminal, terrorist, or hostile activities for the Brigade.

 

 

 

EDUCATION:

 

Institution: California Department of Corrections' Training Academy

Six-week training program at the California Department of Corrections' Training Academy and a formal two-year apprenticeship program. The apprenticeship program requires satisfactory completion of a minimum of 3,600 hours (two years) of experience in the designated work process categories.

Completion Date: 22 October 1981

 

Institution: California Military Academy

Completion Date: August 1982

Degree: Certification as Commissioned Officer

 

Institution: Hartnell Community College

Completion Date: January 1, 1988

Degree: Associate in Arts (AA) -- Graduated Cum Laude

 

Institution: University of California at Berkeley

Completion Date: June 1, 1987

Credential: Teaching Credential

 

Institution: San Jose State University

Completion Date: June 10, 1989

Credential: Supervision & Coordination of Education Programs

 

CERTIFICATIONS:

 

Company Name: State of California

Title: Certified General Electrician Lic # 145255

Date Received: 7/7/2009

 

SPECIAL TRAINING:

 

Physical Security Officer Training Program Sep 22, 2011

Anti-Terrorism Awareness Training Feb 2010 (annual)

Advantor System Training Sep 2009

Pass & ID training Advantor Systems 2009-2014

Advantor Systems Administrator Certification 2009-2014

Advantor Systems Operator Training 2009-2014

 


 

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • MONTEREY BAY CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL, AFL-CIO
  • OPERATING ENGINEERS LOCAL UNION NO. 3 POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE
  • Monterey/Santa Cruz Counties Building & Construction Trades Council

Organizations (1)

  • Monterey County Weekly

Political Beliefs

Position Papers

Old Marina and Former Ft Ord Water Systems

Summary

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This information is provided by the candidate
Hello, my name is Bill Lee. I 'm running for Re-Election as one of the five directors for the marina coast Water district, the district has provided the water and sewer service in central marina for decades. With the closing of Ft Ord, the district has added the duties of providing water and sewer services throughout the former Ft Ord area, to include the major projects of Marina Heights, University Villages, Cypress Knolls and the Marina Municipal Airport. Other areas of the former Ft Ord include portions of Seaside, Del Rey Oaks, the two golf courses, new military housing, Cal State University Monterey Bay and the east garrison housing project. The two water systems are different, central marina has about 42 miles of water pipe, 3 wells, 4 lift stations and 37 miles of sewage removal pipe. The Ft Ord system is much larger with 170 miles of water pipe, 3 wells, 20 lift stations and 140 miles of sewer pipe. the two systems have been cross- connected to allow for mutual support During times of trouble. The costs of water are the same for use in central marina as they are at ft ord. the difference in the water bill is related to the much Higher costs of distribution at Ft Ord. Next I would like to talk briefly about my qualifications:

My construction background includes serving as water company construction superintendent and overseeing the construction of the Toro wastewater facility along reservation road near highway 68, this facility now serves about 1,100 homes and additional commercial uses. Community involvement includes: almost 2 years on the water conservation commission which advises the water district board of directors, and I served on the marina economic development commission for two terms which advises the city council on economic issues.

In 2006 the you elected me to be your representative as director marina coast water district, where I have served for almost 12 years. And have served as vice president and President during that time. During my tenure the board has continued to acquire property and water rights in order to insure adequate water supplies for our children and grandchildren.

We, The Directors of the Marina Coast Water district have managed our water resources and infrastructure in such a way as to insure a continuous supply of clean, safe and affordable water for marina residents. We pay less per acre foot than anyone else in the region. We do everything we can to restrict the pollution of the aquifers in our area of influence, promote recycling of water where applicable, make policy decisions to insure the district goals are met, and plan for the upgrade and replacement of infrastructure as needed. Our   Future water projects will improve river flows and habitat; help restore the seaside aquifer by selling them our reclaimed water, we will use renewable energy, reduce wastewater discharge to the Monterey bay marine sanctuary and increase water reliability for the Monterey peninsula, which is critical to our economy. It's a simple solution, Elect Bill Lee, to keep Marina Coast Water on track. The alternative is to lose jobs on the peninsula greatly affecting marina residents as many of these jobs are ours.

There's a simple, guaranteed way to end any argument about the our water project's price tag. Just ask the detractors to identify a cheaper solution. They can't.

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