Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners
Applauded for Accomplishments
Leading LA’s Transition to Clean Energy Future
and Sustainable Local Water Supplies
|LOS ANGELES — The Board of Water and Power Commissioners, which oversees the policies and operations of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), was recognized today for two and one half years of volunteer service and dedication to the City of Los Angeles and its Department of Water and Power. The decisions and actions of the five Commissioners, their dedication and forward-moving actions have guided LADWP through the biggest water and power transformation in its history.
Today, LADWP General Manager Ronald O. Nichols thanked the Board members for making the complex —and sometimes unpopular—decisions that are required to provide reliable and competitively-priced water and power to Los Angeles.
“Working together with the City’s elected leaders, this Board has put the Department of Water and Power on a path toward creating a new clean energy future for Los Angeles, and planning a water future that reduces the City’s reliance on expensive, imported purchased water and increases local and sustainable water supplies,” Nichols said. “On behalf of the entire Department, thank you for your leadership.”
The Board of Water and Power Commissioners honored today are: Board President Thomas S. Sayles, Vice President Eric Holoman, Jonathan Parfrey, Christina E. Noonan, and Richard F. Moss.
The Board’s accomplishments are detailed in a recently completed report entitled: Board of Water and Power Commissioners Accomplishments 2011 – 2013. The following are some of the key accomplishments described in the report:
To view the report on these and more of the Board’s accomplishments, click here or visit www.ladwpnews.com.