EMWD Board Director & Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) Chairman
EMWD Division 3: Cities of Hemet and San Jacinto and the unincorporated areas of Valle Vista, Little Valley areas, Cactus Valley, Soboba Hot Springs, and Garner Valley.
Born: Hemet, California
Chair: MWD Board of Directors; Executive Committee Member: Water Planning and Stewardship Committee; Finance and Insurance Committee; Engineering and Operations Committee; Legal and Claims Committee; Communications and Legislation Committee; Organization, Personnel and Technology Committee; Audit and Ethics Committee; Special Committee on Bay-Delta; Agriculture and Industry Relations Committee, Integrated Resources Planning Committee, and the Real Property and Asset Management Committee.
Water industry affiliations: A past president of the Association of California Water Agencies, Record was elected to Eastern Municipal Water District's board of directors in January 2001 and has served two terms as Eastern's board president. He is founding member and chair of the Riverside County Water Task Force.
Professional and community activities: A San Jacinto native, Randy Record has been active in the farming community for over three decades. He also is a board member of the Bank of Hemet. Record currently owns and operates a wine grape vineyard in the Central Coast with his wife and two daughters.
He is currently the co-chair of the Southern California Leadership Council with Governor Gray Davis, as well as, a member of the Riverside County Farm Bureau, the California Association of Winegrape Growers, the Monday Morning Group of Western Riverside County, and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. He is also a member and past president of the Hemet/San Jacinto Action Group.
Record is the second member of his family to serve on Metropolitan's board. His father, Clayton A. Record, Jr., served as Eastern's representative to Metropolitan's board from June 1999 to January 2001. The viewpoint at Metropolitan's Diamond Valley Lake near Hemet is named in honor of the elder Record, who passed away in February 2001 after decades of civic service in Riverside County as an elected official and community leader.
Record earned a bachelor's degree in agricultural management from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He and his wife, a retired San Jacinto school teacher, have two daughters; one granddaughter and two grandsons.