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Hon. Jennifer Hosterman

Co-Chair

Benjamin Media Inc

HQ Phone: (330) 467-7588

Benjamin Media Inc

10050 Brecksville Road

Brecksville, Ohio 44141

United States

Company Description

BMI currently publishes seven trade magazines: Alternative Power Construction (APC), Compact Equipment, North American Oil and Gas Pipelines (NAOGP), TBM: Tunnel Business Magazine, Trenchless Technology, Water Utility Infrastructure Management (UIM), and ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

City Representative
East Bay Regional Communications System Authority

Mayor
Axis Community Health

Affiliations

Board Member
Miscellaneous Resumes

Local Government Advisory Committee
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Board Member
Tom Torlakson

Board Member
Local Government Commission

Board Member
Tri-Valley Community Television

Board Member
Green Initiative

Member of the Regional Planning Committee
Association of Bay Area Governments

Education

Juris Doctorate

John F. Kennedy School of Law

bachelor's degree

University of San Francisco

law degree

Web References (195 Total References)


Water Utility Infrastructure Management - Cover Story

www.uimonline.com [cached]

The City of Pleasanton, Calif., represents an example of what can happen when the political leadership - in this case the leadership of Mayor Jennifer Hosterman - and the public works leadership work in concert. The result has been a shared vision of improved performance, customer service and long-term delivery of safe water to residents.

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"That is a huge sum of money and government simply cannot pay for that," Hosterman said.
Additionally, the regulatory climate, she argues, is counterproductive to maintaining and improving water quality. "There are a number of cities trying to keep up with new rules and regulations that do not have the extra resources needed to stay in compliance. Consequently, money that may have been stockpiled for water and sewer improvement winds up getting spent on attorney's fees and fines," Hosterman said. "Worse yet, mayors get called out in the media as being criminal polluters, and that is the last thing we are. We love serving our communities and we want to help make our communities better places to live and work and play."
As a result, the U.S. Conference of Mayors is engaging the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice on combined sewer overflow and sanitary sewer overflow issues. Specifically, the mayors are asking for more flexibility in the way consent orders are drafted, including extending the period of time in which the city needs to become compliant, and increased financial support from the federal government. Hosterman has played a key role in the discussion through her role as co-chair of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Water Council.
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In an effort to ensure water resources are protected in the future, Hosterman as part of the Local Government Commission worked to identify economically and politically viable options to sustain local water resources. The commission's work resulted in "The Ahwahnee Water Principles - A Blueprint for Regional Sustainability."
Hosterman recapped the 14 Ahwahnee Water Principles (the name derived from the Yosemite lodge at which the commission met) in an article for the U.S. Conference of Mayors' newspaper as follows:
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Pleasanton Mayor Jennifer Hosterman Political History Elected to first City Council term: November 2002 Elected to first Mayoral term: November 2004


Water Utility Infrastructure Management - Cover Story

uimonline.com [cached]

The City of Pleasanton, Calif., represents an example of what can happen when the political leadership - in this case the leadership of Mayor Jennifer Hosterman - and the public works leadership work in concert. The result has been a shared vision of improved performance, customer service and long-term delivery of safe water to residents.

...
"That is a huge sum of money and government simply cannot pay for that," Hosterman said.
Additionally, the regulatory climate, she argues, is counterproductive to maintaining and improving water quality. "There are a number of cities trying to keep up with new rules and regulations that do not have the extra resources needed to stay in compliance. Consequently, money that may have been stockpiled for water and sewer improvement winds up getting spent on attorney's fees and fines," Hosterman said. "Worse yet, mayors get called out in the media as being criminal polluters, and that is the last thing we are. We love serving our communities and we want to help make our communities better places to live and work and play."
As a result, the U.S. Conference of Mayors is engaging the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice on combined sewer overflow and sanitary sewer overflow issues. Specifically, the mayors are asking for more flexibility in the way consent orders are drafted, including extending the period of time in which the city needs to become compliant, and increased financial support from the federal government. Hosterman has played a key role in the discussion through her role as co-chair of the U.S. Conference of Mayors Water Council.
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In an effort to ensure water resources are protected in the future, Hosterman as part of the Local Government Commission worked to identify economically and politically viable options to sustain local water resources. The commission's work resulted in "The Ahwahnee Water Principles - A Blueprint for Regional Sustainability."
Hosterman recapped the 14 Ahwahnee Water Principles (the name derived from the Yosemite lodge at which the commission met) in an article for the U.S. Conference of Mayors' newspaper as follows:
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Pleasanton Mayor Jennifer Hosterman Political History Elected to first City Council term: November 2002 Elected to first Mayoral term: November 2004


Private Partners, Public Good

www.uimonline.com [cached]

As co-chair with Mayor Jennifer Hosterman of Pleasanton, Calif., Stratton helps mayors navigate difficult issues when it comes to managing sewer and water systems.

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Mayor Jennifer Hosterman,
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Mayor Jennifer Hosterman


Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce - Business Connection

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Jennifer Hosterman, Berkshire Hathaway


Water Infrastructure | Vinyl Info

www.vinylnewsservice.com [cached]

Jennifer Hosterman, mayor of Pleasanton, Calif., and co-chair of the Mayors Water Council, wrote recently that in her city PVC has turned out to be about 70 percent cheaper than ductile iron because not only is the initial cost smaller, it is lighter and less expensive to install and does not require corrosion protection.

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