Don Seagle, the city’s representative on the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority, was recently honored by the board upon his retirement.
Seagle was presented a plaque in honor of his five years of service to East Ridge and WWTA by Board Chairman Mike Moon. Seagle’s retirement date with the WWTA is effective on March 10.
Seagle, who has spent a long career in the water treatment business, was appointed by Mayor Brent Lambert in March of 2010, replacing Tom Card.
Mayor Lambert recently stated that he is considering filling Seagle’s seat on the WWTA with a city employee, possibly Brad Hayen, East Ridge’s Chief Building Officer. Lambert said there was a possibility that he may even consider appointing the city’s next City Manager, who has yet to be hired.