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Voting Now Open for 2nd Trustee

Sunday, September 9, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Alane Boyd
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The 2018 Intermountain Section AWWA 2nd Trustee Election is now open to all members in good standing of the Intermountain Section. Voting closes at 5:00 pm on Thursday, October 11th. The results of the election will be announced at the closing banquet at the Annual Conference on Friday, October 12th at noon.

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Second Trustee Candidates

On an annual basis the general membership elects a Second Trustee who will progress through the Section positions to Past Chair. The Second Trustee is part of the Board of Trustees which is the governing body of the Intermountain Section. The Trustee shall perform those duties assigned them by the Chair of the Board of Trustees. We have three great candidates running for 2nd Trustee.

  • Bryan Hall, City of Chubbuck Water & Sewer Superintendent
  • Robert Bohling, City of Twin Falls Water Superintendent
  • Chuck Velman, City of Rexburg Water Supervisor

Bryan Hall

City of Chubbuck Water & Sewer Superintendent


I started to work for the City of Chubbuck way back in 1982, as a general labor and over the years have earned and learned my way to advance through the ranks up to my present position of Water & Sewer Superintendent. I am currently the longest active employee at the city. (The old man around here you could say). In the year 2020 I will become the longest employed employee the city has ever had. You could say I have devoted my whole life and career to the city of Chubbuck. I enjoy working for and take pride in serving the citizen of Chubbuck. Working to make this the best place to live and raise a family.
Active Member of the Intermountain Section of the American Water Works Association since 1995, Serving one year as the president of the Idaho subsection. I have also donated many woodcarvings for auctions to raise money for Water For People and for the Section’s scholarships.
I graduated from Idaho State University with a welding/fitter certificate in 1981. I currently hold License’s with the State of Idaho as a water Distribution operator Class 3, Water Treatment Class 1, and a Wastewater collection Class 4.
My wife, LuAnn and I have two sons and one daughter and five adorable grandchildren. In my off time I like to do fine woodworking, Gardening and yard work, Bike riding, and taking long walks.


Robert Bohling

City of Twin Falls Water Superintendent

Robert Bohling is the Water Superintendent for the City of Twin Falls Water Department in Twin falls, Idaho. He is a lifelong Idahoan of 47 years, living in rural Buhl, Idaho his whole life. His career with the City of Twin Falls started in May of 1997 as a line crew operator, new to the world of water, where he put his technical skills to work fixing and installing all aspects of the water system. He was promoted to Supervisor in September of 2006 and went to work on making the water department a better place to work.  Robert was promoted to Water Superintendent in August 2010 and continues to build on infrastructure replacement and looking ahead to be able to support growth for the City of Twin Falls.

Robert has been a member of the Intermountain Section AWWA since 2006.  He is a member of the Idaho Water Utilities Council which is a group of water utilities that meets to discuss water issues with local state authorities including Department of Water Resources and Department of Environmental Quality. He has represented this organization twice in Washington DC for the AWWA Water Matters Fly-In, and also Portland Oregon and Seattle Washington for the Tri-State Water Utilities Council, which meets yearly to discuss what’s happening in the Pacific Northwest.

When Robert’s not working in the water industry, he enjoys recreating in it, such as boating, jet skiing, and rafting. He also loves hunting, fishing, camping, snowmobiling, and dirt biking which take up most of his free-time. He resides on a 4th generation 80 acre “hobby” farm that his great grandparents broke out of sagebrush in 1915, where he enjoys raising commodities and cattle. Living on the farm keeps him connected to the importance of water in the agricultural world as well, and how much we all depend on it as life cannot sustain without it.


Chuck Velman

City of Rexburg Water Supervisor

Chuck Velman has more than 30 years' experience working in the water and wastewater industry. Prior to assuming his role as Water Supervisor for Rexburg Water Department, Chuck worked as an Operator for the department for eight years before being promoted to Assistant Foreman in 2009. He served as a Utility System Technician for the United States Air Force from 1987 to 1996. He is an active board member and past chair of the Southeast Idaho subsection of the American Water Works Association and is a recipient of the American Water Works Association-Idaho Outstanding Water Systems Operator Award.  

Chuck has been a member of the Intermountain Section since 2010 where he has served as president of the Idaho subsection.  Chuck has a Class 4 Water Distribution License, a Water Treatment License, a State Cross Connection Control License and has held a Waste Water Treatment License. Chuck is very thankful for all the experience on different systems and equipment he has received and says it helps him with decisions. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and camping with his family.


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