2013 Northwood DriveSalisbury, MD 21801
Pennsylvania Rural Water Association has endorsed APPI Energy to provide data-driven procurement solutions that reduce and manage electricity and natural gas supply costs for members on an ongoing basis. Every day, APPI Energy identifies the wide range of energy supplier prices across the U.S., and utilizes that data to provide the lowest prices available among many vetted, competing suppliers. Our holistic energy management services include efficiency and sustainability consulting related to demand-side management and renewable energy projects. To take advantage of this membership benefit program, contact Carrie Shepard at APPI Energy at 800-520-6685.
The Benecon Group specializes in developing innovative and effective employee benefit solutions. Our company goal is to help employers effectively control benefit plan expenditures and design programs that meet the strategic needs of the employer and the personal needs of the employees.
4200 North Bicentennial DriveMcAllen, Texas 78504
Director Business Development
Chief Executive Officer
2915 South 13th StreetDuncan, Oklahoma 73533
Phone: (580) 252-0629
Fax: (580) 255-4476
The National Rural Water Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to training, supporting, and promoting the water and wastewater professionals that serve small communities across the United States. The mission of NRWA is to strengthen State Associations. NRWA provides training and technical assistance through 49 affiliated State Rural Water Associations, that currently have over 31,000 utility system members. Last year, State Rural Water Association staff delivered over 75,000 on-site technical assistance visits and 150,000 hours of training to more than 37,000 utilities. Rural Water training and technical assistance covers every aspect of operating, managing and financing water and wastewater utilities.
Phone: (888) 843-7155
Fax: (570) 655-8634
In 2017, Preski became President of Pennsylvania Water Specialties Company (PAWSC) and National Water Specialties Company (NAWSC). These companies are leaders in the field of Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention services to water authorities, utilities and private entities. Preski currently carries individual ASSE certifications as a Cross Connection Control and Backflow Prevention Administrator, Surveyor and Tester. Brian is a former legislative staffer and government relations professional. He was a long-term legislative aide working as Chief of Staff for the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He was well known for his "long hours, his dedication to the job and his keen sense of politics." In 2003, the Pennsylvania Report described him as the "must-see staffer in the House on all-important matters." The political website PoliticsPA said that he "has more brainpower than just about anyone else in Harrisburg." In 2002 and 2003, he was named to “Sy Snyder's Power 50" list of politically influential people in Pennsylvania. He was named to the Pennsylvania Report "Power 75" list. He was named to the PoliticsPA list of "Pennsylvania's Smartest Staffers and Operatives." As Chief of Staff to the Speaker and Majority Leader, Preski was involved in every piece of water, wastewater and municipal authority legislation enacted in Pennsylvania from 1995 through 2007. Preski has a long history of state government service. During his tenure as Chief of Staff to the Speaker, he was also called upon to also act as the Chief Clerk to the House of Representatives. Prior to his time in the Speaker's Office, he served as Chief of Staff to the Office of the Majority Leader and Chief Counsel to the Committee on the Judiciary. During his time on the Judiciary Committee, Mr. Preski worked with Governor Thomas Ridge and wrote many of the laws enacted during the extremely successful "1995 Special Session on Crime." Preski began his career in Philadelphia, where he served in the District Attorney's Office as an assistant district attorney in multiple administrations. Early in his career, Mr. Preski was tapped to represent the District Attorney and the citizens of Philadelphia in the federal courts as the City fought a cap on prison crowding. Although at the time assigned to the Civil Litigation Unit, Preski was also asked to accept the duties of Assistant Chief of the Prison Litigation Unit. Preski immediately began his practice in the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals representing the District Attorney and the office in civil rights litigation. Preski is an active member of the Pennsylvania business community, having served as chair of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority. During his tenure as Chairman, the Port Authority saw a more than 15 percent increase in cargo flow and he instituted the channel deepening project. He was appointed as Chairman by Governor Schweiker and re-appointed by Governor Rendell of this 11 member authority board. The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PRPA) is an independent agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania charged with the management, maintenance, marketing, and promotion of the public port facilities along the Delaware River in Philadelphia, as well as protecting maritime-industrial activity in the port district. Preski currently serves on as member of the Citizen’s Crime Commission for the Delaware Valley. He also served as vice president of the board of directors of the Delaware River Maritime Enterprise Council; as vice chair of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Criminal Rules Procedural Committee and as a member of the board of directors of Evangelical Services for the Aging/Wesley Enhanced Living. He also served as a member of the board of directors of the Drexel University School of Medicine; the board of directors of Historic Fort Mifflin; the board of directors of Nazareth Hospital/Mercy Health Systems; the board of directors of WYBE; and is Vice-Chairman of the board of directors of the Greater Philadelphia Film Office. In recognition of his community activities, Preski was awarded the 2006 Alumnus of the Year Award by the Widener University School of Law; the 2006 Spirit of Life Award by the City of Hope National Cancer Treatment Center; the 2001 Distinguished Service Award by the Fraternal Order of Police; and the 1997 Distinguished Service Award by the Pennsylvania District Attorney's Association. He is a graduate of Widener University School of Law (J.D., 1992) and St. Joseph's University (B.A., 1987). Preski is not engaged in the practice of law nor is he entitled to practice law.
Client and Community Relations
4242 Carlisle PikeCamp Hill, Pennsylvania 17011
354 Alexander Spring Road Suite 1Carlisle, South Middleton, Cumberland County 17015
Scott Wyland is a shareholder with Salzmann Hughes and licensed since 1988, Scott practices law in Public Utility, Environmental and Land Use / Zoning Areas. Scott has proven experience representing water and wastewater utilities in regulatory and commercial matters. Scott and his firm have represented water and wastewater systems concerning rate, service, and enforcement issues for many years.
Customer Success Manager, Northeast
Phone: (201) 236-8625 x3
SwiftReach, a Rave Mobile Safety company, offers affordable and reliable public notification solutions to PRWA members.