The Henry County Commissioners reappointed Tim Phillips to a new three-year term on the Northwestern Water and Sewer District Board of Trustees.
Phillips will complete his first three-year term with the District on Dec. 31, and begins his new term immediately thereafter. His new term expires in 2025. He was named to the seat in 2019 following the merger of the Henry County Regional Water and Sewer District with the Northwestern Water and Sewer District. He had served on the Henry County board through several terms prior to the merger.
His background includes a career in water and wastewater operations and local municipal government. While retired, he still is involved in operating Ohio EPA-permitted facilities in the region. He is an active board member for Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative, Inc.
At the district, Phillips is involved in the capitol needs of Henry County, particularly the new regional waterline from Weston to Liberty Center.
The district board consists of 10 local individuals who provide operations and policy governance. The board represents our service area and consists of three seats appointed by municipalities that are members of the district, three seats appointed by district member townships, three seats appointed by the Wood County Commissioners, and one seat appointed by the Henry County Commissioners.