Metro District names interim district manager
Jim Worley, interim CPNMD district manager
Information and photo provided by the Castle Pines North Metropolitan District
During its regularly scheduled October board meeting, the Castle Pines North Metro District (CPNMD) Board of Directors named Jim Worley as its interim district manager.
“Mr. Worley brings a strong depth and diversity of water and wastewater utility experience, special district management expertise, and vital relationships with staff, neighboring jurisdictions, and community leaders throughout Douglas County and the metro area,” stated Board President David McEntire.
“As we search for a permanent district manager, we are genuinely pleased that Mr. Worley has agreed to return to Castle Pines and serve as the board’s interim partner in securing our renewable water future wisely,” echoed Director Norman Froman.
Residents may recall that Worley previously served as district manager from 2010 through 2013, during the design and construction phases of the InterConnect Pipeline Project, a multimillion-dollar partnership between the CPNMD and the Centennial Water & Sanitation District.
“It’s great to be back in Castle Pines,” said Worley. “I am eager to assist the board, as directed, in helping bring their renewable water vision to reality.”
Qualified parties interested in pursuing the permanent district manager position with CPNMD should submit a letter of interest and resume to District Administrator Janet Burnham at Janet@cpnmd.org no later than noon on Thursday, November 15.