City of Centerton is seeking citizens to serve on the Centerton Waterworks and Sewer Commission
March 09, 2023
The City of Centerton has added two positions to the Centerton Waterworks and Sewer Commission.
Commissioners must be qualified electors of the city to serve on the Commission.
Commissioners are appointed to terms of eight years and they may be reappointed.
Applications for appointment as a Commissioner:
A Letter with a brief statement of why you want to serve as a commissioner and resume or a statement of your education and work experience.
Applications must be received no later than 4pm, 17 March 2023.
About the Centerton Waterworks and Sewer Commission
The Centerton Waterworks and Sewer Commission, doing business as Centerton Utilities, provides potable water service to 9,800 residences in the city and surrounding rural area and provides sewer service to 7,450 residences in the city.
Centerton Utilities has a staff of 34 employees operating under the direction of the Utilities Director, a licensed Professional Engineer.
The Centerton Utilities administrative office and the William Lee Coffelt Training Center are located at 517 North Main Street and an operations center is located at 500 Keller Road.
Centerton Waterworks and Sewer Commission meets monthly on the third Tuesday of the month at 8:30am at the Centerton Utilities administrative office. Special meetings are held as required. Commissioners are compensated at the rate of $200 per meeting.
Persons appointed are required by state law to complete 8 hours of state specified instruction in subjects pertaining to water and sewer management within 12 months of appointment. Instruction is at no cost and can be completed in-person or online.
Need more information: email Bob Anderson at email@example.com