KINGS BEACH, Calif. - At the Nov. 13, 2012 Board of Directors meeting the North Tahoe Public Utility District Board thanked Director Frank Mooney for 25 years of service to the District and the North Lake Tahoe community. Director Mooney opted not to run for re-election this year and the November board meeting was his final month as a director.
The two top priorities for Director Mooney were monitoring the District's finances and for being a tireless advocate for the North Tahoe Regional Park. "The financial strength of the District is due to his strong fiscal management and leadership in the formation of enterprise zones for sewer, water, and parks and facilities departments," said President Lane Lewis, who has served with Director Mooney for the past 23 years. "He was also committed to keeping the park a park and the ball fields, especially Ball Field No. 5, are a testament to his leadership. He will be missed."
Prior to his election to the board in November 1987, Mooney served on an Ad Hoc Citizens Committee for review of sewer rates in 1977 and 1978 and served as a member of the District's Recreation and Parks Commission from 1980-1986.
The Board will host a reception to thank Director Mooney for his service on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 4-6 p.m. at the North Tahoe Event Center. All North Tahoe residents are invited to stop by to say hello and thank Director Mooney for his service to the community.
The North Tahoe Public Utility District provides sewer and water service to the residents of Kings Beach, Tahoe Vista, Carnelian Bay, Cedar Flat and Agate Bay. The District owns, manages and maintains the North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista which provides recreation opportunities to residents and visitors. In addition, the District owns and/or maintains all of the public beaches in the District including Kings Beach State Recreation Area, Tahoe Vista Recreation Area, and Secline Beach to name just a few. The North Tahoe Event Center in downtown Kings Beach is also owned and managed by the District.