Immediate Release Contact: Justin Meyers
March 02, 2007 (516) 869-7794
The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District Seeks Commissioner
Commissioner David Lurie Resigns
Great Neck, NY – The Town of North Hempstead is now accepting applications for the open commissioner’s position for the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District. The position has become available with the resignation of David Lurie who has moved out of the district. Commissioner Lurie served as commissioner from October 27th, 2003 to March 1st, 2007.
Supervisor Kaiman has created a screening committee which will include himself, Councilwoman Lee Seeman, the Town’s Public Works Commissioner Michael Martirano, and the new director of the Town’s Office of Intermuncipal Coordination who will be named on March 6. Upon completion of the interview process, the Town Supervisor will be making a recommendation to the North Hempstead Town Board which will vote on that recommendation at a Town Board meeting. According to Supervisor Kaiman, he hopes to have a candidate put before the Town Board in April.
Anyone interested in the position should contact Supervisor Jon Kaiman’s office or e-mail Supervisor Kaiman at: KaimanJ@northhempsteadny.gov.
The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District is responsible for the collection of all waste water, for 15,000 residents and businesses. District operations are overseen by a Board of Commissioners which consists of three commissioners elected for three-year terms. Commissioners receive a per diem payment that is defined by State and Town law.