Lyndon Boltz Christopher Mitchell
ARIZONA 811 ANNOUNCES ELECTION OF TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS
Membership selects utility officials from Mesa and Scottsdale to fill Board vacancies
(TEMPE) – Arizona 811 (formerly Arizona Blue Stake) is proud to announce the election of two new members to its Board of Directors.
Lyndon Boltz, Energy Resources Compliance administrator for the City of Mesa was elected as a Municipal Associate Member. Christopher Mitchell, Water Services director for the City of Scottsdale Water Resources Department, was elected as an At-Large Associate Member. Both will serve two-year terms beginning August 21, 2015.
The Arizona 811 Board of Directors is comprised of five appointed Principal Members and four elected Associate Members. Of the Associate Members, one represents municipalities and three represent Associate Members at large. Other current members of the Board of Directors are:
– Kevin Nielsen, president, representing Salt River Project (Principal Member)
– John Owens, treasurer, representing CenturyLink (Principal Member)
– Steve Pawlak, director, representing Cox Communications (Principal Member)
– Terry Yoakum, director, representing Arizona Public Service (Principal Member)
– Jesse Dent, director, representing Southwest Gas (Principal Member)
– Richard Navarro, secretary, representing UniSource Energy Services (Associate Member)
– Steve Nicholls, director, representing Table Top Telephone Company, Inc. (Associate Member)
Board election results were announced at the Arizona 811 2015 Annual Meeting of the Membership in Prescott Valley on June 24. The immediately-past Municipal Associate Member position was held by Bob Machen representing Pima County Wastewater Reclamation Department and the immediately-past Associate Member position was held by Ramon Vega representing El Paso Natural Gas Company, LLC a Kinder Morgan Company.
About Arizona 811
Arizona 811 (formerly Arizona Blue Stake) was established as a nonprofit communication center in 1974. Our Mission is to perform excavation notification services and stakeholder education that protects and promotes the welfare and safety of the community. Services are available statewide at no cost. Learn more at www.Arizona811.com.
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