The Long Creek Watershed
Management District (LCWMD) was created by interlocal agreement among the
municipalities of South Portland, Portland, Westbrook and Scarborough. The
agreement was executed in August 2009. There are up to 16 Governing Board
members of the LCWMD as follows: Portland (2) - one municipal official or
employee and one private Participating Landowner or non-profit representative;
Scarborough (2) - one municipal official or employee and one public or private
Participating Landowner; South Portland (7) - two municipal officials or
employees, four private Participating Landowners and non-profit representative;
and Westbrook (3) - one municipal official or employee and two private
Participating Landowners; and one representative each from Maine Department of
Transportation and the Maine Turnpike Authority.
Bacon - President, Chair of the Board Scarborough municipal representative Dan
Bacon is the Town Planner for the Town of Scarborough and is
their municipal official representative. He is the director of
the Scarborough’s Planning and Code Enforcement Department and
is the current chairman of the Portland Area Comprehensive
Transportation System Planning Committee, is a member of the
Steering Committee of the Gorham East-West Corridor Study, and
is involved in the Red Brook Watershed Planning process in
Scarborough (the watershed directly to the south).
Russell - Vice-president, Vice-president of the Board South Portland private landowner representative
David Russell is the Staff Facilities Engineer for Fairchild
Semiconductor. He has been with Fairchild for more than 30
years and has been involved with Site Planning, Project
Management, Engineering Design, and Environmental Management.
He served on South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Chamber Board of
Directors for eight years. He served on the Planning Advisory
Committee for the Portland Jetport Master Plan.
Bohlen - Treasurer Portland nonprofit representative
Curtis Bohlen is Director of the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership.
He holds a PhD in Ecology from Cornell University and has served
on the Environmental Studies faculty of Bates and Colby
Colleges. He serves on Maine's Board of Pesticides Control.
John Branscom Maine Turnpike Authority representative John Branscom has been the
Environmental Coordinator for the Maine Turnpike Authority (MTA) since 2001. He
is responsible for managing all areas of environmental compliance. Prior to his
work at MTA, John worked as an Environmental Engineer at manufacturing facility,
the Environmental Section Chief for the Maine Army National Guard, and an
Environmental Specialist for the Maine DEP. John served in Operation Enduring
Freedom in Afghanistan from 2006-2007 and received a Bronze Star for his
- South Portland municipal representative
Jerry is a graduate of the
University of Maine at Farmington where he earned a B.S. in Education. He has
been employed by the City of South Portland for 37 years. During this time,
Jerry managed the City’s highly successful biosolids utilization program which
involved coordinating land application activities at sites throughout southern
and central Maine and operating a state of the art compost facility. He is now
the Collection Systems Supervisor and is responsible for overseeing the
operation and maintenance of the City’s underground piping systems, which
include both sewer and stormwater infrastructure. Jerry is certified as a Grade
III Collection Systems Operator and is an active member of the Maine Wastewater
Control Association and New England Water Environment Association. During his
time away from work, he is an avid outdoorsman and especially enjoys fishing.
Goldberg South Portland private landowner representative (real
estate development / property management)
Brian Goldberg is the President of the Bramlie Corporation,
which is located at 50 Foden Road in South Portland. Bramlie
Corporation owns and manages two properties within the district;
the multi-tenanted office building at 50 Foden Road and the
single tenanted Wright Express Headquarters at 225 Gorham Road
(Long Creek Park). Long Creek and one of its tributaries flow
directly through their property.
Gorris South Portland private landowner representative (large
Craig Gorris is the Senior General Manager for the Maine Mall, a
property owned by General Growth Properties.
Jalbert South Portland nonprofit representative
Gerard Jalbert is a loan officer at Bank of America. He is a
former member of the Board of Appeals of the City of South
Portland, Maine and currently is chair of its Planning Board.
Palmer South Portland private landowner representative (hospitality
Ed Palmer is the General Manager of the Marriott Sable Oaks. He
has served on the board of the Portland Regional Chamber.
Adam Pitcher Westbrook private
Adam serves as the Director of Facilities for Sysco.
Raymond Scarborough public entity representative
Tom Raymond is the Landfill/Ashfill Manager for ecomaine. He is
a Licensed Professional Engineer and Licensed Surveyor with a
Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the University of
Southern Maine (USM). Tom joined
2007 and has more than 35 years of experience, including
projects where he was responsible for landfill operations,
groundwater monitoring, stormwater analysis, and sewer and water
mains. He is responsible for ecomaine's
240-acre site in South Portland and Scarborough, which contains
a $6.9 million state-of-the-art ashfill/landfill cell built in
Doug Roncarati Portland municipal representative Doug is the Stormwater Program Coordinator for the City of
Stephen Tibbets Maine Department of Transportation representative Steve serves as the Senior Environmental Engineer in the Surface Water
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