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Special District

Richardson Bay Sanitary DistrictCandidate for Director

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Ron Kosciusko

1,982 votes (27.14%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • 1. Continue to maintain the lowest cost of service of the sanitary districts in Marin, to our constituents.
  • 2. That we complete the replacement of the last 20-25 percent of sewer pipe in our District. We have replaced 70-75 percent of our sewer pipe in the last 2-3 years.
  • 3. Continue to explore possibilities to enhance service, reduce costs, maintain competent and friendly personnel, and get the job done.



University of Hawaii BA, Sociology (1966)


My name is Ron Kosciusko and I am running for the Office of Director, Richardson Bay Sanitary District (RBSD) on the November 6th election ballot.  I have been a board member for about 6 years and am running for a final term.  I figure 10 years is long enough. As the Chinese saying goes, “May you live in interesting times”.  The last 6 years have been very interesting.

There is a lot of concern about consolidation of the various Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin (SASM) districts as a result of  a recent Grand Jury report. No reasonable plan for such consolidation has been presented to the RBSD board.

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