The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners recently appointed five citizens to serve on the newly-expanded Arapahoe County Water and …
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The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners recently
appointed five citizens to serve on the newly-expanded Arapahoe
County Water and Wastewater Authority Board of Directors.
ACWWA is a water and wastewater authority responsible for the
day-to-day operation of providing water and sanitary sewer services
to its customers in a roughly eight-square mile area located in
central Arapahoe County and a small portion of northern Douglas and
Serving in their capacity as the Board of Directors for the
Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Public Improvement District,
the Commissioners expanded the ACWWA Board of Directors to nine
members from its current seven-member board.
The Commissioners appointed the following citizens to serve on
the ACWWA Board for staggered, one-to three-year terms:
? Mikkel R. Anderson, an executive with the International Risk
? Steven H. Davis, developer/investor with Community Builders
? Linda Lehrer, president of Sierra Consulting, who served on
the ACWWA Board from 2007– 2009.
? Geri G. Santos-Rach, a Medical Billing Analyst for IMED, who
previously worked for the Colorado Public Utilities Commission
until she retired in 2009.
Dr. Phyllis R. Thomas, Utility Application Specialist with
Phyllis Thomas Consulting.
In April, the commissioners requested applications from citizens
interested in serving on the ACWWA
Board of Directors. The County received 16 applications and the
Commissioners conducted interviews with seven candidates before
making its appointment.
“We want to thank all the citizens who took the time to apply
for these positions and for their interest in helping to shape
their community,” said Commissioner Rod Bockenfeld, who serves as
“The citizens we appointed today bring a good balance of
expertise and knowledge to the ACWWA Board of Directors.”
For more information about the Arapahoe County Water and
Wastewater Authority, visit their web site at
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