Sammamish Plateau Water Board elects 2018 officers

Water district serves Sammamish, Issaquah and unincorporated King County.

  • Friday, January 19, 2018 3:54pm
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The Sammamish Plateau Water Board of Commissioners elected three new officers during its first meeting of 2018 on Jan. 2.

Commissioner Lloyd Warren was elected president, Commissioner Mahbubul Islam was elected vice president and Commissioner Mary Shustov was elected secretary. These positions have one-year terms.

At the same meeting, Warren and Commissioner Tom Harman were sworn into Positions 4 and 1, respectively. The two commissioners were re-elected to their positions in November and will serve through 2023.

Sammamish Plateau Water is a regional provider of water and wastewater services to nearly 64,000 residents over 29 square miles across the cities of Sammamish and Issaquah, as well as areas of unincorporated King County.

With a budget of $32 million and a staff of 52 employees, the district’s mission is to provide safe, efficient and reliable water and sewer services by being a leader in the planning and practice of fiscal and environmental stewardship.

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