Michael D. Luers
As General Manager, Mike is responsible for the overall management and administration of the District and its four major departments. Essential duties include establishing policies and setting objectives, overseeing the annual budget, directing planning to meet future service demands and ensure that existing infrastructure assets are maintained. Mike reports directly to the Board of Trustees.
As the Operations Manager, Chad directs and coordinates all activities associated with the District’s water reclamation facilities, laboratory, pretreatment, and solids programs. Chad is responsible for all state and local operating permits. Management duties include managing the Treatment Superintendents, Laboratory Director, and Pretreatment Coordinator, addressing complaints, and resolving problems. Chad also serves as the District Safety Manager where he ensures a safe work environment for all SBWRD employees by maintaining and improving work practices that meet, or exceed, all local, state and federal requirements. Chad reports to the General Manager.
Collection System Manager
As the Collection System Manager, Dan oversees and manages the Wastewater Collection Department. Dan is responsible to ensure the continued uninterrupted 7 day per week operation of the wastewater collection system, including maintenance and emergency activities. Dan assures collection system compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. Management duties entail managing the collection system staff, addressing complaints, and resolving problems. Dan reports to the General Manager.
As the District Engineer, Kevin’s responsibilities include: establishing and implementing design and construction standards and specifications for the wastewater collection system; overseeing the planning, design and construction of the District’s wastewater collection system capital improvement projects; overseeing the wastewater collection system master planning activities; and overseeing the implementation and integration of the District’s geographic information system (GIS). Management duties entail managing the Engineering Department staff, addressing complaints, and resolving problems. Kevin reports to the General Manager.
As the Finance Manager, Bryan is responsible for all accounting functions of the District including general accounting, calculation of impact fees, and associated public relations. He is also responsible for the annual audit and budget reports as required by law. Bryan serves as the District Clerk and is responsible for coordinating Board of Trustees elections. Management duties entail managing the administration department staff, addressing complaints, and resolving problems. Bryan reports to the General Manager.