Plainview Water District Commissioners Andrew Bader, Amanda Field and Mark were among the NSWCA members representing the NSWCA and their District at a recent AWWA Conference.
Pictured are (left to right),
- Dennis Kelleher H2M;
- Commissioner Marc B. Laykind;
- David LaFrance, CEO of the AWWA;
- Commissioner Amanda Field, NSWCA Secretary;
- Commissioner Andrew N. Bader, a former NSWCA President.
Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) Elects New 2019 Board
Oyster Bay Water Commissioner Michael F. Rich III named President
At a recent Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) meeting sponsored by the Massapequa Water District, the Association elected a new Board for the 2019 term, which runs through December 31, 2019. Massapequa Commissioner and former NSWCA President Raymond J. Averna, Commissioner Thomas P. McCarthy and Commissioner Francis J. Flood hosted the meeting.
The newly elected NSWCA 2019 Board includes incoming President Michael F. Rich III of the Oyster Bay Water District who succeeds outgoing NSWCA President Vincent Abbatiello; 1st Vice President William Schuckmann of the Hicksville Water District; 2ndVice President Kenneth P. Wenthen Jr. of the West Hempstead Water District; Secretary Amanda Field of the Plainview Water District; and Treasurer Lawrence F. Zaino Jr. of the Carle Place Water District.
Left to right: William Schuckmann, Kenneth P. Wenthen Jr., Michael F. Rich III, Amanda Field, Lawrence F. Zaino Jr.
“Speaking on behalf of this outstanding NSWCA Board, we are looking forward to a very active year in 2019,” President Rich stated. “There has been a great upsurge in interest about Long Island’s water and aquifer as well as conservation and long term sustainability, which is long overdue. Ensuring purity and supply while protecting our sole source aquifer requires continual education. As the suppliers closest to the water, the NSWCA plans expansion of our Educational Series and Seminars in 2019 to provide Commissioners from all 21 member districts and the public they serve with the latest scientific and environmental information relating to Long Island water issues and concerns.”