Felicia Marcus

State Water Resources Control Board

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Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board; former western director for the Natural Resources Defense Council, based in San Francisco; former regional administrator for the US Environmental Protection Agency (1993-2001); former public-interest environmental lawyer and one of the founders of Heal the Bay

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