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More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]“It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]A native of Meadowview, Nelson has served on a number of local boards, including the Virginia Highlands Airport Authority, Washington County Industrial Development Authority, Virginia Highlands Community College Advisory Committee and People Incorporated. McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]“I consider it an honor to serve on the WCSA board,” Nelson says. “I look forward to ensuring that current users and potential customers of the authority are provided with exceptional service at a reasonable cost. One of my priorities will be to work to make certain that the existing infrastructure is continually updated and enhanced to allow for economic growth.” A native of Meadowview, Nelson has served on a number of local boards, including the Virginia Highlands Airport Authority, Washington County Industrial Development Authority, Virginia Highlands Community College Advisory Committee and People Incorporated. McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]Nelson is chief financial officer and director at First Bank and Trust Company based in Abingdon, Va. A certified public accountant, he earned a bachelor’s in accounting and economics at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Va. “I consider it an honor to serve on the WCSA board,” Nelson says. “I look forward to ensuring that current users and potential customers of the authority are provided with exceptional service at a reasonable cost. One of my priorities will be to work to make certain that the existing infrastructure is continually updated and enhanced to allow for economic growth.” A native of Meadowview, Nelson has served on a number of local boards, including the Virginia Highlands Airport Authority, Washington County Industrial Development Authority, Virginia Highlands Community College Advisory Committee and People Incorporated. McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]“On behalf of WCSA and the board of commissioners, we welcome our two new members,” says Joe Chase, chairman of the WCSA board. “Both Mark and Jim are well-qualified leaders in our community, and I am confident that together we will accomplish our objectives of meeting the water service needs of our neighbors and customers.” Nelson is chief financial officer and director at First Bank and Trust Company based in Abingdon, Va. A certified public accountant, he earned a bachelor’s in accounting and economics at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Va. “I consider it an honor to serve on the WCSA board,” Nelson says. “I look forward to ensuring that current users and potential customers of the authority are provided with exceptional service at a reasonable cost. One of my priorities will be to work to make certain that the existing infrastructure is continually updated and enhanced to allow for economic growth.” A native of Meadowview, Nelson has served on a number of local boards, including the Virginia Highlands Airport Authority, Washington County Industrial Development Authority, Virginia Highlands Community College Advisory Committee and People Incorporated. McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]ABINGDON, Va.—The Washington County Board of Supervisors has appointed two new members to serve four-year terms on the Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) board. As of July 1, 2013, Mark Nelson of Meadowview, Va., represents the Monroe District,and James R. McCall, also of Meadowview, represents the Taylor District on the board. “On behalf of WCSA and the board of commissioners, we welcome our two new members,” says Joe Chase, chairman of the WCSA board. “Both Mark and Jim are well-qualified leaders in our community, and I am confident that together we will accomplish our objectives of meeting the water service needs of our neighbors and customers.” Nelson is chief financial officer and director at First Bank and Trust Company based in Abingdon, Va. A certified public accountant, he earned a bachelor’s in accounting and economics at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Va. “I consider it an honor to serve on the WCSA board,” Nelson says. “I look forward to ensuring that current users and potential customers of the authority are provided with exceptional service at a reasonable cost. One of my priorities will be to work to make certain that the existing infrastructure is continually updated and enhanced to allow for economic growth.” A native of Meadowview, Nelson has served on a number of local boards, including the Virginia Highlands Airport Authority, Washington County Industrial Development Authority, Virginia Highlands Community College Advisory Committee and People Incorporated. McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]
ABINGDON, Va.—The Washington County Board of Supervisors has appointed two new members to serve four-year terms on the Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) board. As of July 1, 2013, Mark Nelson of Meadowview, Va., represents the Monroe District,and James R. McCall, also of Meadowview, represents the Taylor District on the board. “On behalf of WCSA and the board of commissioners, we welcome our two new members,” says Joe Chase, chairman of the WCSA board. “Both Mark and Jim are well-qualified leaders in our community, and I am confident that together we will accomplish our objectives of meeting the water service needs of our neighbors and customers.” Nelson is chief financial officer and director at First Bank and Trust Company based in Abingdon, Va. A certified public accountant, he earned a bachelor’s in accounting and economics at Emory & Henry College, Emory, Va. “I consider it an honor to serve on the WCSA board,” Nelson says. “I look forward to ensuring that current users and potential customers of the authority are provided with exceptional service at a reasonable cost. One of my priorities will be to work to make certain that the existing infrastructure is continually updated and enhanced to allow for economic growth.” A native of Meadowview, Nelson has served on a number of local boards, including the Virginia Highlands Airport Authority, Washington County Industrial Development Authority, Virginia Highlands Community College Advisory Committee and People Incorporated. McCall was raised in Washington County and is associated with King General Contractors in Bristol, Va. He studied real estate at Virginia Highlands Community College, Abingdon, and earned inspector certification at Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va. He is also certified in concrete, soils and compaction with the Virginia Department of Transportation. “It is a privilege to serve not only the Taylor District but all the citizens of Washington County through the WCSA,” McCall says. “I am excited about working with other board members to make decisions that will ensure a safe, dependable supply of drinking water for our community.” An original member of the WCSA board in 1977, McCall has also served as a member and/or chairman of the Washington County Board of Supervisors, Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority and Washington County Industrial Development Authority. He is a retired Brigade Command Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served 35 years. The WCSA Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven members who represent the Washington County election districts of Harrison, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Taylor, Tyler and Wilson. The Monroe District includes Meadowview, Glade Spring and surrounding areas, while the Taylor District covers Rhea Valley, Damascus and Green Cove locations. Nelson replaces Prince Coleman, and McCall replaces D. L. Stout, whose commissioner terms expired June 30, 2013. More About WCSA Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2013, the WCSA serves approximately 21,005 water connections and approximately 2,114 wastewater connections in Washington County, Va., and surrounding areas. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 6.6-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 2.5-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 26 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 26 lift stations and two wastewater treatment plants. For more information about WCSA, visit www.wcsawater.com.