Company Overview of Louisville Water Company, Inc.
Louisville Water Company, Inc. supplies drinking water for homes, businesses, and schools in Louisville Metro area and parts of Bullitt, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, and Spencer counties. It also offers unblocking, repair, or replacement services for inside plumbing and drainage pipes; repair and maintenance services for water service lines and sewer/septic lines; and temporary service water meters for customers who need temporary access to water through a fire hydrant. In addition, the company operates water fill stations that provide drinking water for those that do not receive water service at the tap; and offers procurement services. Louisville Water Company, Inc. was incorporated in 1854 and...
550 South Third Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Founded in 1854
Key Executives for Louisville Water Company, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
President of AFSCME Local 1683
Vice President of Administration
Vice President of Customer Service & Distribution Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Louisville Water Company, Inc. Key Developments
Louisville Water Co. Announces Resignation of Barbara Dickens, General Counsel
May 15 15
Louisville Water Co.'s general counsel Barbara Dickens left the company in a continuing shake-up of top management of the utility.
Dickens had been general counsel for 11 years.
Amber Halloran Steps Down from Louisville Water Co. as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Apr 14 15
Amber Halloran stepped down as vice president and chief financial officer on March 31 after 15 years of working for the Louisville Water Co., starting out as controller.
Louisville Water Co. Announces Executive Changes
Jul 26 13
Louisville Water Co. announced that it's chief engineer was promoted to chief executive to lead the city-owned utility as it seeks closer cooperation, and perhaps a merger, with the Metropolitan Sewer District. James Brammell said developing closer ties with MSD as directed by Mayor Greg Fischer will be his top challenge. Brammell had been the utility's vice president of production operations and its chief engineer since 2007, earning $154,000 a year. He replaces Greg Heitzman.
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