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After a total of 24 years of serving devotedly on the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority (WWTA) Board of Commissioners, Ed Watt is set to retire at July's monthly board meeting.

Ed Watt joined the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority Board of Commissioners in September 1993 when the WWTA was first created.

During Watt’s tenure, Hamilton County has experienced commercial and residential growth in many of the service areas of the WWTA.  Watt’s expertise as an engineer and long time County resident has been invaluable to the leadership he has provided.  

WWTA Board Chairman Mike Moon or WWTA Executive Director Mark Harrison said, “From challenges with aging infrastructure to educating the public about the mission of the organization, Ed Watt has provided consistent leadership and dedication to the WWTA.”

In addition to being on the WWTA Board of Commissioners, Watt held the title of Executive Vice President of Volkert & Associates from 1996 to 2002.  From 1985 to 1995, he was President of Watt & Estes, an engineering consulting company where he was responsible for project management, traffic and transportation projects, and business development.

Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger said, “Ed Watt is a true example of citizen leadership. His commitment and dedication have provided a strong foundation for the organization’s future and we offer him our sincerest thanks for a job well done.”

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