Central San board selects new leaders

San Ramon Valley rep Causey named president pro tem for 2016

The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District Board of Directors recently held its annual reorganization, selecting a new board president and naming the San Ramon Valley's board liaison to serve as president pro tem for 2016.

Paul H. Causey, who was first elected to the board in November 2012, is board liaison to Alamo, the town of Danville and the city of San Ramon. He started as president pro tem on Friday.

A longtime Walnut Creek resident, Causey is a registered professional engineer with more than 45 years of water and wastewater utility management experience. He holds a Master of Engineering (UC Berkeley) and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering (Santa Clara University).

Serving as board president this year will be Tad J. Pilecki, who is board liaison to Pacheco and Martinez.

A 25-year Martinez resident, Pilecki was also elected to the Central San board in November 2012.

He's a registered professional engineer with more than 35 years of experience in the wastewater industry. He holds a Master of Science in sanitary engineering (Loyola University), a Master of Business Administration (UCLA) and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering (UCLA).

As part of its reorganization meeting, the Board of Directors also made appointments to its standing committees for 2016:

* Administration Committee: David R. Williams (chair) and Michael R. McGill.

* Engineering and Operations Committee: Causey (chair) and Pilecki.

* Finance Committee: Pilecki (chair) and Causey.

* Real Estate, Environmental and Planning Committee: McGill (chair) and James A. Nejedly.

The district board holds public meetings typically on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 2 p.m. in the boardroom at 5019 Imhoff Place in Martinez. The agency serves approximately 476,400 residents and 3,000 businesses in central Contra Costa County, including parts of the San Ramon Valley.

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