Board of Commissioners
Board Meetings are open to the public and are held at 8:30 AM on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at Edmonson County Water District office 1128 KY Hwy 259 North, Brownsville, KY.
The Edmonson County Water District Administration Staff consists of a General Manager, Assistant Manager, Office Manager, Bookkeeper, Billing Clerk, and Customer Service Clerks. The General Manager is responsible for the daily operation of the Water District and directed by the Board of Commissioners and other regulatory agencies. This includes supervisory of all personnel, interview new job applicants and determine eligibility, work to obtain funding to do expansion and up-grading of water facilities, daily represent the Board on general policy matters. The Office Manager is responsible for Supervision of the Office Staff, assisting the Manager, doing bank transactions, attending meeting, filing and reporting. The Bookkeeper is responsible for the financial records and reports of the Water District, does payroll, accounts payable, logs receipts, verifies the balance of all bank accounts, works annually with the auditor. The billing clerk is responsible for preparing monthly water bills, providing bookkeeper accounts receivable, providing usage reports for water loss, notifying customers of possible leaks, preparing 2nd notice to customers, and other reporting. The accounts receivable and customer service clerks are responsible for preparing and processing work orders, inventory record, verifying membership records, filing, collecting water bills, answering phone calls, keeping daily deposit sheet, serving the Drive-thru and walk-in customers, and general office duties.
The Edmonson County Water District Treatment Plant crew consists of Licensed Operators who are responsible to perform all plant operations according to Federal, State and Local regulations. The Operator produces water of high quality, does laboratory testing daily of untreated, processed and treated water, does general maintenance, reporting and record keeping, and housekeeping chores. The treatment plants are operated daily including weekends and holidays.
The Distribution Line Crew consists of a Supervisor who assigns the other crew employees their daily duties. These employees must be certified licensed by the state. These employees are responsible for operating equipment, pumps, repairing leaks, meter installation, meter reading, checking and repairing hydrants, record keeping, inventory of parts and general maintenance of the 683 miles of water lines, 17 tanks and 10 booster stations in our system. These employees are on call so that our customers have the best service as possible.