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NEW HAVEN – March 9, 2015. Kevin J. Curseaden of Milford has been elected to the Regional Water Authority, the five-member governing board of the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority, the non-profit organization that provides water to about 430,000 people in the greater New Haven region. Curseaden began his term on March 1, 2015.
Prior to his election to the Regional Water Authority, Curseaden served on the Representative Policy Board (RPB) for 10 years and was chair of the board for the last 2 years. The RPB consists of a member appointed by the municipal legislative body and CEO of each of the 20 towns within the SCCRWA’s district, as well as a representative appointed by the Governor.
“Our goal centers on providing consumers with high quality drinking water and services at a reasonable cost while promoting the preservation of watershed lands and aquifers,” said Anthony DiSalvo, Chairperson of the Regional Water Authority. “Kevin’s experience as a respected member of the legal community and RPB Chairman will help us achieve our goal of becoming one of the best in class utilities in water and related services delivery.”
Curseaden is a partner at Carroll, Curseaden & Moore in the Milford office where he focuses on property law. He also serves on the board of the United Way of Milford.
Curseaden received his B.A. in 1991 from Boston College and his J.D. in 1997 from Quinnipiac University School of Law. He has served in the Army since 2000 with terms in both Kosovo and Northern Iraq.
In addition to Chairman DiSalvo and Mr. Curseaden, the other three members of the Regional Water Authority Board are Joseph A. Cermola of New Haven who is the Vice Chairperson, Gail F. Lieberman of Madison who is the Secretary/Treasurer, and R. Douglas Marsh of Branford.
The South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority supplies water and related services in 15 communities in the region. It owns and protects over 27,000 acres of watershed land.