COSHOCTON -- The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation Board (SWCD) of Supervisors reorganized at its December meeting.
Positions for 2012 are as follows: Greg Waters of Township Road 1214 West Lafayette, is chairman, serving his ninth term; Knox Porteus of Otsego Avenue, Coshocton, is vice chairman, serving his ninth term; Adrian Garber of Township Road 89, Fresno, is secretary, serving his fourth term; Garry Derr of County Road 106, Coshocton, is fiscal agent, serving his fourth term; and David Lapp of US 36, Coshocton, is treasurer, serving his seventh term.
Supervisors Adrian Garber and David Lapp were re-elected to the board at the SWCD annual meeting and banquet in October. They were sworn into office for their term, beginning on Jan. 1, 2012, by Coshocton County commissioners Gary Fischer, Dane Shryock and Curtis Lee.
It was noted that the commissioners have always been very supportive of the district SWCD program. Their concern for the conservation of natural resources in the community is greatly appreciated.
The SWCD supervisors are elected to the board by county residents and serve a three-year term without pay. Their dedication to the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District is very much appreciated by the SWCD staff and community members.