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Assistant Director of Public Work...

Local Address:  St. Louis , Missouri , United States
City of St. Charles, MO

Employment History

  • Project Manager for Municipal Public Works
    McMahon Associates , Inc.
  • Water Utility Manager
    Manatee County
  • Deputy Director
    Manatee County
  • Water Division Manager
    Manatee County
  • Project Manager for Municipal Public Works
    McMahon Associates Inc
  • Water Manager
  • Water Division Manager
  • Water Utility Manager
  • Water Division Manager
    Manatee County Utilities Department
  • Water Utilities Manager
    Manatee County Utilities Department
91 Total References
Web References Southwest Florida's Information Leader, 23 July 2003 [cached]
"We learned a lot and we're going to have a much better experience because of it," said John Zimmerman, Manatee County's water utility manager.
Zimmerman said the county will make other improvements at the dam, including installing a backup hoisting system and fixing the gate monitoring system.
The improvements will help avoid another dam failure, Zimmerman said.But the dam was built to catch water, and is too small to ever stop flooding, he said.
"These flooding events are going to be a continuous occurrence on the Manatee River," Zimmerman said.
Lake Manatee, the county's main drinking ..., 24 June 2009 [cached]
Lake Manatee, the county's main drinking source, has held steady at 39 feet, about three feet above historical averages for this time of year, said John Zimmerman, Manatee County deputy director of utilities.
"The real importance of extending these restrictions is that we're all part of this regional system," Zimmerman said.
WaterWorld - County: Wells not in danger of running dry [cached]
County commissioners again heard the familiar discussion about the county's booming population Thursday afternoon, this time from the perspective of Manatee's water manager John Zimmerman.
"There is water out there; we're not forecasting a shortage for Manatee County," Zimmerman said.
But he did let commissioners know that there will be a need for more water as long as people continue to move to the county by the tens of thousands each year.
"We've had a significant change in population projections," Zimmerman said."Our late January 2006 projections were twice the projected rate of those we projected in 2002.This has made a significant change for our future demands for water."
If the current influx continues, by 2030 Manatee's water demands will outpace its supply by about 27 million gallons per day.That's why Zimmerman encouraged commissioners to apply for permits from Peace River/Manasota Regional Water Authority for an additional 10 million gallons per day by 2014, and more in the following years.
The bulk of the county's future water supply will come through permits from Peace River/Manasota Regional Water Authority.That governing board requires that water permits be submitted seven years before they are needed.Zimmerman said, for that reason, the commission would need to request more water by January 2007.
But Zimmerman said figuring credits is a complicated matter and that he is confident that MARS will result in the county being able to use an additional 8 million gallons per day.
By meeting's end, commissioners voted to proceed with applications for more water in the future.
In addition, Zimmerman said the commission might need to diversify its water strategy, including the possible use of reverse osmosis and desalination plants, which the commission has rejected in the past.
By Wednesday it was releasing about ..., 4 Oct 2007 [cached]
By Wednesday it was releasing about 5,000 cubic feet per second, said John Zimmerman, Manatee's water division manager. Southwest Florida's Information Leader, 12 June 2003 [cached]
"What we currently have committed to Sarasota County will become committed to Manatee County," said Manatee's water utility manager John Zimmerman.
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