Introduction

INTRODUCTION

THE GOAL OF SUNBURST FARMS IRRIGATION DISTRICT IS THE DELIVERY OF WATER TO THE MEMBERS IT SERVES IN AN EQUITABLE MANNER WITHIN THE CAPABILITIES OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT.

The Irrigation District was formed by the original land developer, Thomas E Breen, in 1967 and later continued by Hallcraft Homes as a company whose purpose was to provide irrigation and agricultural services to the homeowners in the Sunburst Farms project.

Each owner of a Sunburst Farm has an interest in the company that supplies the irrigation water and bridle path maintenance. To date, there are approximately 645 farms consisting of one or multiple-acre parcels covering 828 acres.

The Irrigation District owns two pump sites, two pumps, two wells and a water distribution system consisting of an underground line network of concrete and PVC pipe with alfalfa valves at each lot.

The Company retains a Legal Advisor. In addition, the Company employs an Office Manager, an Irrigation Manager, three full-time irrigators and sufficient other employees as necessary to operate the Company.

The Board of Directors bears the responsibility for the overall management and operation of the Irrigation District. The Board meets monthly (the first Tuesday of each month) for the purpose of setting policies and monitoring the Company’s operations.

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