Two longtime board members have been tapped to serve as the president and vice president of the Zone 7 Water Agency's Board of Directors.
The board nominated and approved Dick Quigley as its president and John Greci as its vice president for the next fiscal year during a meeting earlier this summer.
Quigley, who spent the last year as the board's vice president, is beginning his fourth term after being re-elected in June. He is a Pleasanton resident and a retired senior logistics coordinator at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Greci resides in Livermore and has been on Zone 7's board since 1994. He is also a Lawrence Livermore Lab retiree, having been a supervisor in groundwater cleanup and environmental quality. He also taught at Livermore High School.
At the same meeting last month, the board also administered the oath of office to its three newly re-elected members Quigley and fellow incumbents Sandy Figuers and Angela Ramirez Holmes. The seven-person board's next election will be held in June 2018.
Zone 7 provides treated drinking water to retailers serving an estimated 240,000 Tri-Valley residents, including the city of Pleasanton, along with untreated irrigation water for local agricultural users. The agency also provides flood protection to eastern Alameda County.