Water Pollution Control Authority
The Water and Sewer Department, with the advent of a Water Board, was established in 1867. This board was eventually changed to its present designation, the Water Pollution Control Authority, which consists of seven Middletown residents who are appointed by the Mayor and Common Council. The main function of the WPCA is to oversee the Water and Sewer Department operations and service. This includes a water system consisting of three reservoirs, a well field, two water treatment plants, pumping stations and facilities and approximately one hundred eighty miles of water mains and one hundred and thirty miles of sewer collection mains.
The Water Pollution Control Authority meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm. The meetings are held at the Water and Sewer Department, located at 82 Berlin Street.
Water Pollution Control Authority Board
Dale Aldieri Chairman
Scott Bishel Vice Chairman
Phil Pessina Council Representative
Eugene Nocera Council Representative
John A. Giuliano Commissioner
Jack Pieper Commissioner
Emanuel DiMauro Commissioner
Bob Young Acting Director