The City of Red Bank has appointed Commissioner Pete Phillips to serve on the board of commissioners for the Hamilton County WWTA.
'"With 20 years of experience as a Red Bank business owner and resident, Commissioner Phillips understands the importance of investing in the wastewater system," officials said.
Commissioner Phillips said, “Red Bank has a very dense urban environment and is positioned for additional growth in the future once the local sewer system is repaired and rehabilitated to allow for long-term moratoriums to be lifted. The investment needed in our community is large and will be expensive, but is necessary for our city’s future. I am excited to represent my community’s needs on the board of the WWTA.”
WWTA Board Chair Dick Gee noted, “Red Bank will be well represented by Pete Phillips as our newest board member. As we enter into an unprecedented time in WWTA’s history it is important to have strong leadership on our board. Pete is a welcome edition.”