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50th Anniversary

Community Events

  

Michael D. Boster, Esq. Retires as Bear Creek Water and Sanitation
District's Legal Counsel After 31 Years

The Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District Board of Directors presented Michael D. Boster, Esq. a clock in appreciation of over 31 years of service as the District's legal counsel at the June 8, 2015 Board meeting.  The incoming attorney for the District is Russell W. Dykstra, Esq. of Spencer, Fasne, Britt and Browne, LLP.

 

Sandra "SAM" Boster Honored with SDA’s Manager of the Year Award

 At the Annual Conference, the Special District Association of Colorado (SDA) honored Sandra (Sam) Boster, the manager of the Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District with SDA’s 2013 Manager of the Year Award.

 SDA annually presents this award to a special district manager who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, dedication and service to their district. The award was announced at the SDA Annual Conference, which was held in Keystone, Colorado September 18-20, 2013.
 
Sam is the Manager of the Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District, a job she takes very seriously. Those who know her know that she is very conscientious in all her business and management responsibilities. Sam is a hands on, pro-active manager who has maximized the investment return for the District’s portfolio during the past down turn in the economy. Sam has managed the District to be proactive in its operations and maintenance and promotes continuing education and training for the staff to adapt to changes and serve the District’s customers.

The Special District Association is proud to recognize Sandra (Sam) Boster as the Manager of the Year.


Long-Time Evergreen Metropolitan District Operations Manager Dave Lighthart Takes Over As General Manager For Evergreen Metropolitan District.

Dave is also President and Chairman of the Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District Board of Directors.
 
Congratulations Dave!
 

Click here for Announcement of Dave Lighthart, Evergreen Metro District General Manager
 
Ernest G. Clore resigned as a Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District board member on Nov. 11, 2013. Ernie served on the Board of Directors from March 20, 2000 as Vice-President and Vice-Chairman.  Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District greatly appreciates Ernie's service to the District and will be presenting Ernie a plaque in his honor at the annual holiday party.  In the interim, Board President and Chairman, David Lighthart presented Ernie with a certificate of appreciation on Nov. 11, 2013.
 
 

Jean M. "Jeanne: Greenfield was appointed to fill the Board of Director vacancy on Nov. 11, 2013. She was sworn in at the November board meeting by District Legal Counsel Michael Boster.  Bear Creek Water and Sanitation Distict welcomes the knowledge and expertise in Special Districts that Jeanne brings as a new board member. Jeanne was previously a Lakehurst Water and Sanitation District board member.

Sandra M. "Sam" Boster, celebrates 25 years of service and loyalty to the Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District as District Manager since January 19, 1987.  She was presented with a plaque for exemplary performance and outstanding dedication to the District from the Board of Directors on January  9, 2012.  Congratulations!!

 
Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District's Chairman and President, David Lighthart presented a certificate of appreciation to Dale Miller for 5 Years of service and dedication as a Board Member on November 12, 2012
Ernest Clore, Vice-President and Vice-Chairman of Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District presented a certificate of appreciation to Wade Wheatlake of Merrick and Company for 10 years of service as Field Engineer for the District on April 25, 2012
 
SDA Awards ther James T. Walker Leadership Scholarship to
Janet Burnham of Castle Pines North Metro District

The James T. Walker scholarship was funded by Jim Walker’s family, friends and fellow Special District Association members as a memorial to Jim’s devotion and leadership of 35 years as a SDA Board Member.  Janet Burnham was chosen to receive the scholarship to attend the 2012 SDA conference because of her leadership qualities and dedication to the Castle Pines North Metro District. The SDA conference was held September 19-21, 2012 in Keystone.  Congratulations Janet!

Pictured: Jan Walker (right) of Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District and family member of James T. Walker presents the scholarship to Janet Burnham (left). Jan Walker and Janet Burnham are members of the 2012 SDA Leadership Academy.
2012 SDA Leadership Academy
 

September 16, 2011- Charles M. Dwyer pictured at the 2011 SDA conference in Breckenridge, CO accepting his award for Board Member of the Year
Charles M. "Charlie" Dwyer, Treasurer of Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District received the Board Member of the Year award at the 2011 Special Districts conference in Breckenridge, CO.  Charlie was nominated by the District for his business acumen and incorporationg excellence into all levels of District Operations.  In addition to his many duties as a Board member for both the District and the Special District Property and Liability Pool, Charlie actively provides his expertise in insurance as a teacher, consultant, and financial manager to Chartered Property Casualty Underwiters. His contributions to policy and procedure have resulted in a more refined and efficient budgeting and auditing process, and under his direction, the District's insurance portfolio more closely meets the needs of the District in a cost-effective manner.
 
September 23, 2010 - David W. Lighthart pictured at the SDA Conference in Keystone, CO with his award for Distinguished Board Member
David W. "Dave" Lighthart, Chairman and President of Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District received an Distinguished Board Member Award at the Special Districts Association conference in Keystone, CO.  Dave was nominated by the District for his outstanding leadership and contributions to the District, along with his invaluable insight and direction in operation and maintenance of public water and wastewater systems and construction management.  Dave has served as a board member for 10 years and 8 of those years as Chairman and President.  Dave is active in the community and promotes water and wastewater education in the schools, Earth Day Awareness activities, tours of water and wastewater facilities and volunteers for other community activities. Dave has been a member of the Bear Creek Water Shed Association for 12 years.  Dave is the designated Operator in Responsible Charge for Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District and has been influential in development of Districtís geospatial and geographic information systems.

 


August 5, 2010 - A plaque is presented to C&L Water Solutions, Inc. for 25 years of exemplary performance and outstanding dedication as Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District's Maintenance Contractors. Shown from L to R- Christopher Larson, Jason Larson, Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District Chairman David W. Lighthart, Chrystalla Larson and Larry R. Larson
 

 

Planning a home improvement or landscaping project? Don't make assumptions about whether or not you should get your utility lines marked, every digging job requires a call or email to the Utility Notification Center of Colorado (UNCC) – even small projects like planting trees and shrubs. The depth of utility lines varies and there may be multiple utility lines in a common area. Digging without calling can disrupt service to an entire neighborhood, harm you and those around you and potentially result in fines and repair costs.

One easy phone call to 811 or email request starts the process to get your underground utility lines marked for free. When you call 811 or email from anywhere in  Colorado, your call will be routed to UNCC. UNCC operators will ask you for the location of your digging job and route your call to affected utility companies. Your utility companies will then send a professional locator to your location to mark your lines within a few days. Once your underground lines have been marked, you will know the approximate location of your utility lines and can dig safely, because knowing what's below protects you and your family.

Before starting any digging project call 811.