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LI Water Commissioners Elected to Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) 2017 Board

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Commissioners from Plainview, Westbury, Oyster Bay, Hicksville, and West Hempstead Water Districts were recently elected to Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) 2017 Board.

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Representatives of the Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association’s newly elected 2017 Board.

February 14, 2017 - Williston Park, NY - At a recent Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) meeting sponsored by the Jericho Water District, the Association elected a new board for the 2017 term, which runs through December 31, 2017. Commissioners Anthony J. Cincotta, Thomas A. Abbate and James Asmus represented the Jericho Water District along with Superintendent Peter F. Logan.

The newly elected NSWCA 2017 board includes: New President Andrew N. Bader of Plainview Water District, who succeeds outgoing President Raymond J. Averna of Massapequa Water District; 1st Vice President Vincent Abbatiello of Westbury Water District; 2nd Vice President Michael F. Rich III of Oyster Bay Water District; Secretary William Schuckmann of Hicksville Water District; and Treasurer Kenneth P. Wenthen Jr. of West Hempstead Water District.

“Residents of Long Island have one of the greatest and most unique aquifer systems in the world, and the NSWCA is dedicated to preserving, conserving and utilizing it for the benefit of all communities,” President Bader stated. “Sustainability of this greatest natural resource will continue to be a top priority of the NSWCA in 2017. We intend to continue to reach out and, in some cases expand our reach, by educating the public regarding sustainability, conservation, water quality and water production. As always, our efforts will include scientific-based learning and full observance of all regulations for total governmental compliance.”

Organized and chartered in 1981, the Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association (NSWCA) is comprised of water commissioners from 21 Nassau County and Suffolk County water districts. The NSWCA is dedicated to promoting environmental excellence and best practices as well as maintaining the highest standards of water quality and supply. The NSWCA sponsors regular educational meetings on topics that include the environment, security, economics, rules and regulations, among other related issues.

For further information: 

·Agency Contact: Mr. Jamie Stanco, Progressive Marketing Group, Inc., phone: 631-756-7160, email: jpstanco@pmgstrategic.com

·NSWCA Contact: Mr. Andrew Bader, phone: (516) 931-6469, email: abader@plainviewwater.org 

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Pictured from left to right representing Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association’s newly elected 2017 Board are: 2017 Treasurer Kenneth P. Wenthen Jr. of West Hempstead Water District; 2017 2nd Vice President Michael F. Rich III of Oyster Bay Water District; 2017 President Andrew N. Bader of Plainview Water District, who succeeds outgoing President Raymond J. Averna of Massapequa Water District; 2017 1st Vice President Vincent Abbatiello of Westbury Water District; and 2017 Secretary William Schuckmann of Hicksville Water District.