Friday, 01 January 2010 00:00
The Long Island Water Conference (LIWC) is pleased to announce that Richard W. Tobin has been appointed Chairman, effective as of Dec. 28. Tobin previously served as First Vice Chairman for the LIWC.
“This is a tremendous honor,” said Tobin. “The Long Island Water Conference is dedicated to providing Long Island with a pure and plentiful water supply and we will continue to support our members who provide this essential service to every household throughout Long Island at the lowest cost in the nation.”
Richard Tobin has been a member of the Long Island Water Conference for 22 years and is currently superintendent for the Plainview Water District. Prior to that he served as superintendent of the Massapequa Water District and the Village of Rockville Centre. Tobin has a degree in Engineering from Hofstra University, a master’s degree in Environmental Science and is currently pursuing his PhD in Environmental Science from CUNY.
Tobin resides in Wantagh with his wife, Mary Anne and has four children. Tobin takes great pride in contributing toward Long Island’s excellent water supply.
The LIWC has been committed to providing pure and plentiful water for the Long Island community since 1951. The LIWC aims to provide and maintain an adequate and safe water supply today, while anticipating the water concerns of future generations. LIWC members provide more than 375 million gallons of clean water daily. For more information visit www.liwc.org.