Congratulations are in order for our District Administrator, Diane Lynch, as today is officially her last day with the District. After a long career dedicated to protecting our environment including 6.5 years with the District Diane is retiring.
Lynch’s positive leadership and vision helped to achieve a measurable impact and noteworthy projects in the District including completing the final work on a FEMA flood project, initiating work towards the District’s first large upstream storage project, advancing new ideas on carp management, and working towards a new, ambitious 10-year plan for the District.
PLSLWD Board Chair Mike Myser notes that, “Diane’s perseverance, work ethic and commitment to building partnerships in the community are highly admirable.”
We are sending Diane off with our best wishes for a fulfilling retirement filled with adventure!