New officers elected to serve WLSSD boardThe board of directors of the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District has elected its new slate of officers for 2013-2014.
The board of directors of the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District has elected its new slate of officers for 2013-2014.
Board Chairman, Al Katz, city of Duluth representative; vice chairman Guy Unertl, Cloquet representative; secretary Ruth Janke, Carlton County representative; and treasurer, Jim Aird, St. Louis County representative.
WLSSD is governed by a nine-member citizen board. Four members are appointed by the city of Duluth, three by the city of Cloquet, one is elected by the Carlton County cities and townships and one elected by the St. Louis County cities and townships within the sanitary district.
The board of directors is responsible for oversight of WLSSD and advancement of the WLSSD mission to protect and improve the waters of the lower St. Louis River basin. The board elects its officers annually.
Western Lake Superior Sanitary District provides wastewater and solid waste services to residents, businesses and industries within its 525 square mile legislative boundaries in southern St. Louis and northern Carlton counties.