John Ostermiller, former Littleton mayor, has been appointed to the Dominion Water & Sanitation District Board of Directors. He will fill the vacancy left by Jim Taylor’s retirement. “I will …
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John Ostermiller, former Littleton mayor, has been appointed to the Dominion Water & Sanitation District Board of Directors. He will fill the vacancy left by Jim Taylor’s retirement.
“I will work with the board and Dominion staff to continue building a renewable, robust, and reliable integrated water supply system that provides wholesale water and wastewater service to residents in the northwestern part of Douglas County,” Ostermiller said in a news release.
Ostermiller has more than 45 years of experience in operations and finance. He was elected to the Littleton City Council after serving 20 years on the city’s planning commission. He was mayor from 2003-09. Most recently, Ostermiller served eight years, six as chairman, on the board of directors of the South Suburban Park and Recreation District.
He was vice president and director of finance and business operations for Dart International for more than 10 years, and was chief financial officer at Deane Communications in Littleton until his retirement in 2006. Throughout his career, he’s held roles managing the financial, administrative, operational, and business development aspects of various companies.
“John’s experience as a leader in the south metro area coupled with his extensive experience in public entities and finance will be invaluable to Dominion as we roll out a system that adds additional reliability, flexibility, and increased efficiencies as our services grow,” Mary Kay Provaznik, general manager of the Dominion Water & Sanitation District, said in the release.
Dominion is a wholesale provider of water, wastewater and stormwater services to Northwest Douglas County. Established as a special district in 2004, Dominion has a service area that covers 33,000 acres and millions of dollars in water and wastewater infrastructure and assets. Dominion participates in a shared agreement for water and infrastructure between Denver, Aurora and South Metro WISE Authority, and pays for 20 percent of the WISE infrastructure that is bringing in renewable water to Douglas County.
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