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Gov. Brown reappoints two locals to the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two area residents were reappointed by Gov. Jerry Brown Wednesday to the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board.
   
Henry Abarbanel, a resident of Del Mar, has served on the panel since 2011. The 72-year-old former Del Mar councilman is a physics professor at UC San Diego and a research physicist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
   
Eric Anderson, of Elfin Forest, has served on the board for 11 years.
   
Anderson, 58, is a farmer and vice president at La Costa Flower Shop and Nursery. He also is a member of the San Diego County Farm Bureau Board of Directors.
   
If the two receive the required Senate confirmation, they'll be paid $100 per diem.
   
Abarbanel is a Democrat and Anderson a Libertarian.

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