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We are Pueblo Water

Pueblo Water Board of Directors, from left: Sam Krage, Mike Cafasso, Board President Dr. Tom Autobee, Sandy Gutierrez, Chris Woodka

In Pueblo, a five-member Board is charged with the formulation of policy, review and approval of the budget, setting rates and long-range planning that will ensure Pueblo's water system is operated and maintained in an efficient and cost-effective manner. This Board is comprised of community and business leaders elected by the citizens of Pueblo. Board members serve staggered six-year terms.

The future prosperity of Pueblo is tied directly to the readily available supply of high-quality water, and Pueblo Water employees specialize in the many skills needed to manage, engineer, operate and maintain Pueblo's water system and sources of supply. Pueblo Water is committed to providing the highest quality of water at the lowest possible cost. We are equally committed to the workforce that helps achieve that goal. We strive to create and maintain an environment that encourages and recognizes teamwork, individual contribution, and the integrity of each employee.


BOARD MEETING INFORMATION

Oct. 20, 2020: Monthly meeting of the Board of Directors, 2 p.m.



Pueblo Water Board of Directors

Dr. Tom Autobee

Dentist

Term runs through 2021

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Mike Cafasso

CEO St. Mary-Corwin Hospital

Term runs through 2025

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Sandy Gutierrez

Chief Experience Officer, Health Solutions

Term runs through 2023

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Sam Krage

President/Owner, Krage Manufacturing

Term runs through 2021

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Chris Woodka

Senior Policy and Issues Manager, SECWCD

Term runs through 2025

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Seth Clayton

Executive Director, CPA, CGMA

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Board of Water Works of Pueblo, Colorado (The Board) meets the third Tuesday of each month at 2:00 p.m. in the Board Room on the third floor of the Administration Building, 319 W. 4th Street. 


Meetings are open and the public is welcome to attend. Advance notice for placement on the Board's agenda should be submitted to the Executive Director.


Anyone requiring special accommodations should so advise the Executive Director in advance of meetings so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

In Memoriam

Kevin F. McCarthy
Feb. 3, 1946 - Sept. 24, 2019

Pueblo lost a true water steward when Board member and president Kevin F. McCarthy died in September, 2019. He was first elected to the board in 1988 and served with distinction as a board member for 32 years. Kevin once said, “Pueblo Water is defined by the people who work there and, more than anything, I have been impressed with the hundreds and hundreds of Water Board staff, union members and board members that I have met over the years who have made Pueblo Water a great place to work. I only hope I played a small role in building that culture.”

Pueblo Water is set to begin construction on a $4 million hydroelectric plant at its Whitlock Treatment Facility. The plant will be dedicated the “Kevin F. McCarthy Hydroelectric Plant” in honor of his many years of service to the Pueblo community.

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