Landsberg named Great Neck Water Pollution Control District chairman

Landsberg named Great Neck Water Pollution Control District chairman
Great Neck Water Pollution Control District Commissioner Jerry Landsberg, left, was unanimously elected by fellow Commissioners Patty Katz and Steve Reiter to serve as District Chairman throughout 2023. (Photo courtesy of the GNWPCD)

During the reorganizational meeting of the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District (GNWPCD) on January 5, GNWPCD Commissioner Jerry Landsberg was elected Chairman following a unanimous vote by the District Board of Commissioners.

Commissioner Landsberg is currently serving his fifth term on the District Board and will act as Chairman throughout 2023.

“It is truly an honor to have been selected by my fellow Commissioners to act as District Chairman throughout 2023,” said Chairman Landsberg. “As a longtime Great Neck resident, being able to serve my neighbors is an incredible privilege. I take great pride in the work we do here at the GNWPCD, and I am looking forward to leading our District as we continue to advance the ways in which we protect our community’s environment.”

Over the course of his 14-year tenure on the Board, Chairman Landsberg, alongside fellow Commissioners Steve Reiter and Patty Katz, as well as GNWPCD Superintendent Christopher Murphy, has helped oversee some of the most significant technological advancements in GNWPCD history.

One of the most recent of the District’s trailblazing efforts was the completion of the first Grease Receiving Station in Nassau County, which recycles brown grease into energy used to power the GNWPCD facility.

Chairman Landsberg has played a significant role in helping these projects come to fruition without additional burden to the taxpayer through the successful pursuit of millions of dollars in state grants during his time on the Board.

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