Every person in America uses about 160 gallons of water a day.
Nicholas A. Noce, Nicholas was appointed Executive Director for the Authority on December 1, 2011 following a 15-month period serving as Interim Executive Director. He has been employed with the Authority since May of 2005 and previously held the position of Director of Finance & Business Services. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Niagara University and is a member of the NYS Government Finance Officers Association and American Water Works Association. During his tenure as Director of Finance & Business Services his fiscal guidance contributed to the Authority’s strong bond ratings. Prior to joining the Authority, Mr. Noce held various financial positions in another public benefit corporation.
Stephen M. Savage, P.E., Director of Engineering for the Authority since February 2008 and has been employed with the Authority since January 2006. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. Before joining the Authority, Mr. Savage was a project manager with MRB Group, P.C. (a municipal consulting engineering firm) in Penfield, New York.
Christopher J. LaManna, P.E., Director of Production and Transmission for the Authority since July 2018. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Syracuse University and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from San Jose State University. Prior to joining the Authority, Mr. LaManna was a consulting engineer for 27 years in the field of municipal water engineering.
Amy A. Molinari, Director of Finance and Business Services for the Authority since July 2019. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration degree with an Accounting concentration from St. John Fisher College. Prior to joining the Authority, Ms. Molinari was the Senior Debt Management Coordinator for the County of Monroe.
Stephen T. Trotta, Director of Operations for the Authority since May 2021. Mr. Trotta has been employed with the Water Authority for more than 40 years, starting with the hydrant crew in the summer of 1980. He was hired on as a full-time crew member in 1982 and was promoted to warehouse supervisor in 1996. He served as the valve and hydrant division supervisor and then as distribution manager, before his appointment to director in 2021. He also serves as the Operator in Charge for the Distribution System.