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NSWCA Welcomes Commissioners New & Returning

NSWCA_Collage_2017Huntington Station, NY USA…………… Voters in both Nassau and Suffolk counties have spoken at the polls and elected or re-elected water commissioners in all commissioner-run water districts. The Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA), which consists of water commissioners representing 21 Long Island water districts, congratulates and welcomes all. Water District Commissioners will serve  three-year terms beginning January 1, 2018, and which run through December 31, 2020. There are three water district commissioner positions and district elections for one position are held annually. District residents vote for one commissioner of the three commissioner positions each year.


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Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) President and Plainview Water District Commissioner Andrew Bader commented, “We are extremely pleased to welcome our new and returning colleagues to the NSWCA. Commissioner-run water districts enable all registered residents to express their opinions and personal preferences for the men and women of their choice through the voting process. This hyper-local voting basis enables communities to effectively ensure that the vote of every resident truly counts, and that goals such as sustainability, water quality and economics match the views and opinions of each individual community.”Albertson:                      Richard Ockovic

Bethpage:                     John Sullivan

Carle Place:                   Lawrence F. Zaino Jr.

Cathedral Gardens:        Raymond R. Rockensies

Franklin Square:             Salvatore A. Intagliata

Garden City Park:           Peter Chimenti

Glenwood:                     Kenneth S. Uihlein

Greenlawn:                    John H. Clark

Hicksville:                     William Schuckmann

Jericho:                         Patricia A. Beckerle

Locust Valley:                Pasquale J. Eliseo

Manhasset-Lakeville:      Mark S. Sauvigne

Massapequa:                 Thomas McCarthy

Oyster Bay:                   Robert McEvoy

Plainview:                     Marc Laykind

Port Washington:             Peter Meyer

Roslyn:                         William Costigan

South Farmingdale:        Ralph Atoria

South Huntington:            Ciro DePalo

West Hempstead:         Kenneth P. Wenthen Jr

Westbury:                     William C. Olsen