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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Alderwood Water & Wastewater District Board of Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing for the consideration of potential water & wastewater rate changes for the 2023, 2024, and 2025 years, as part of the Board of Commissioners regular meeting on Monday, November 28th, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. at the District’s regular meeting location at 3626 156th Street SW, Lynnwood, Washington.
You are invited to join our Regular Scheduled Board Meetings via conference call:
Dial 1-206-430-1407 and enter Conference ID 272 604 89#
Board meetings begin at 5:00 PM and are held at:District Administration Building3626 156th Street SWLynnwood, WA 98087
The Board of Commissioners provides oversight and direction to the District. The Board formalizes these efforts through District code, which can be found here. The Board of Commissioners regular meetings are held on the 1st & 3rd Monday of each month. Work Sessions are held on the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month.
Whenever a legal holiday falls on a Monday, the meeting will be rescheduled to the next workday at the same hour. 2022 Board Meetings that are scheduled on a Tuesday:
Agendas, Minutes, & District Code
If you would like to leave a voice message for the Board of Commissioners, you may call 425-743-4605, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Board
Current Term 2020– 2025
Originally elected to the AWWD Board in 1995, Commissioner McIntyre is currently serving his fourth term as a Commissioner. With a tenure of just over 23 years, McIntyre’s public service at AWWD ranks 11th on its list of active employees. A Snohomish County resident, McIntyre also works full-time as a Utilities Supervisor, emergency operations manager, and NWIMT logistics chief. McIntyre remains very active in the community helping others improve their reading skills and English.
Current Term 2022 – 2027
Public service has been very important to Commissioner Cross throughout her life. Originally elected to the AWWD Board in 1991, Cross is the longest tenured AWWD Commissioner with over 27 years of service. A resident of Snohomish County since 1961, Cross has been elected to the AWWD Board five times. “Providing water and sewer is a service everyone expects and needs. It is a huge responsibility as well as a privilege to serve our customers.
Jack Broyles, Jr.
Current Term 2018 – 2023
Appointed to the Board of Commissioners in June 2018, Commissioner Broyles has lived in Snohomish County for 26 years and within the District for 13 of those years. A native of the Los Angeles area, Broyles has worked as a financial professional in the water and waste water industry for the past decade. Broyles currently serves as the Finance Manager for the Woodinville Water District. He has two children.
Current Term 2018 – 2023
With over 40 years of utility experience, Commissioner Jones has served on the AWWD Board of Commissioners for two decades. Jones has been elected to office four consecutive times. Jones serves as the General Manager for the Firgrove Mutual Water Company in Puyallup. Certified by the Washington State Water Works Operator Certification Program as a Water Distribution Manager 4 and Cross Connection Control Specialist, Jones earned a degree in Business Administration from Kennedy Western University.
Current Term 2020-2025
Originally appointed to the AWWD Board of Commissioners in 2014 and later elected to continue as a Commissioner in 2015, Commissioner Lotz has worked in public service since 1988. Lotz spent 14 years working at AWWD in the Maintenance & Operations Department, earning “Employee of the Years” honors in 2002. Lotz and his wife raised two children within the Edmonds School District. In his spare time, he enjoys serving as a volunteer youth basketball coach.