Morrison Creek District elects board of director
Stagecoach — The Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District will hold elections today for its board of directors.
Three seats are being challenged and one is unopposed. Each challenging candidate is running for one of the three four-year terms. Incumbent Chris Zuschlag is running unopposed for a two-year term.
Eligible voters must be registered to vote in Colorado, live within the boundaries of the district or have their name or a spouse’s name on a title of a property in the district.
To vote, go to the Morrison Creek District sewage plant on the south side of Stagecoach Reservoir from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Signs pointing the way will be put up.
Incumbents for the 4-year term:
Kenworthy is a longtime resident of Eagleswatch subdivision in Stagecoach. He’s been on the Morrison board for four years and supporters say he represents the small tract landowners well.
Eggleston is a landowner in Stagecoach and has been on the board for four years. He is a real estate agent and said his experience gives him a very complete and personal understanding of the intricate workings of the Stagecoach area. His father, Phil, is in charge of the Stagecoach Reservoir power plant.
Saterdal is five-year veteran on the board. He has 25 years of experience as a planning and design engineer for water sanitation systems. Saterdal’s father was one of the main players in the Stagecoach development in the late ’60s.
Challengers for the 4-year terms:
Maynard lives in South Shore subdivision in Stagecoach. He is a real estate broker and a general contractor. Maynard served as a member of the Town Board in Fraser and on the Fraser Water Commission.
Hermann is a licensed professional engineer who has practiced in Routt County for 20 years. Before moving to Routt County he was a cost/schedule supervisor on a nuclear generating station. He has experience in designing complex piping systems.
Smith is employed by a landscaping firm and holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Denver. While in college, Smith researched and wrote a major paper about what needs to be done to complete the development at Stagecoach.
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