Region 9 encompasses Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland Counties. The Director and Assistant Director terms are 2015 – 2018.
Terri Hauser, Manager
Latrobe Municipal Authority
Terri graduated from Derry Area High School in Derry, PA in 1985 and from the Pennsylvania State University in 1989 with a degree in Environmental Engineering. Upon graduation from Penn State, Ms. Hauser was hired as an engineer for a consulting firm (Dewberry & Davis) located in Fairfax, Virginia and worked there until April 1993, when she accepted a position with the Latrobe Municipal Authority (LMA) as an Environmental Control Supervisor. In March of 2011, Terri was promoted to Assistant Manager of the LMA and is currently looking forward to becoming Manager of the Authority on April 1st of this year, upon the retirement of Thomas Gray.
Diane Diable, Assistant Manager
Greater Greensburg Sewage Authority
Fallingwater, a home built by America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, is located atop a flowing waterfall in Fayette County. His lesser known Kentuck Knob is also located within the same county. Venango County contains the largest cave in Pennsylvania, Laurel Caverns, which is popular as both a tour and spelunking destination. Greene County’s coal mining operations began in 1902; it has the largest bituminous coal reserves in the state. The Whiskey Rebellion, a tax protest beginning in 1791, culminated in Washington County. The home of David Bradford, one of the rebellion leaders, is located in Washington and is a national landmark. Washington County has 21 covered bridges still standing. Westmoreland County is home to Kennywood Park, Sandcastle Water Park, Carnegie Science Center, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Seven Springs Mountain Resort, the Steeler’s training camp and Rolling Rock beer.
Friday, October 14, 2016
5301 Ranalli Drive
Gibsonia, PA 15044
This will be a “working lunch” served buffet style.
The menu includes a specialty Italian pasta bar.
New DEP Monitoring Requirement effective January 1, 2017.
Renee Diehl from PA Department of Environmental Protection will be speaking and answering
questions on the new “use it or lose it” regulations.
Click here to view a PDF of the flyer.