Currents Digital Currents July/August 2018

A Digital Newsletter of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission JULY/AUGUST 2018 Get To Know: Wastewater Assistant General Manager Gregory J. Norby There’s a new member on our Agency’s Executive Management team. We welcome Gregory J. Norby as he steps into the role of Assistant General Manager of the Wastewater Enterprise (WWE). Greg brings over 20 years of experience in private sector water infrastructure engineering and public utility management to the Agency, most recently as the General Manager of the Ross Valley Sanitary District. Prior to his time working in Marin County, he was the General Manager of the Mammoth Community Water District in the Sierras. “I’m thrilled to join an organization that is committed to a more sustainable future,” Greg says. Greg will lead all WWE operations and capital improvement programs, including the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP); manage RainReadySF, the City’s comprehensive flood resilience strategy, and other climate change and sea level rise initiatives; oversee WWE functions of the Department Operations Center during disaster preparedness, response and recovery; and provide direction on many other Enterprise priorities. Since mid-October 2017, Brian Henderson has served as Acting Assistant General Manager, and we are deeply grateful to Brian for his outstanding interim leadership. We want to share the exciting news as we continue to provide reliable, resilient service 24/7/365. Get to know more about Greg and the Wastewater Enterprise at IN THIS ISSUE Don’t Blame It On Rain — Be Rain Ready! Take A Moment and “Discover Your Watershed” Leak Alert Program to Include Multi-Family Properties The Story of Poo Page 2>> Page 3>> Page 4>> Page 5>>