City of Huntingburg Utility Board Hires Water Superintendent

Todd Williams

By Rachel Steckler/City of Huntingburg

Huntingburg, Ind. – The City of Huntingburg Utility Board has hired Todd Williams (pictured) as superintendent for the water department. Williams most recently served as Business Manager/Water, Wastewater Specialist with Neikirk Engineering.  Prior to that, he held the position of Utilities Superintendent with the Town of Winslow.

 “As President of the American Water Works Association, I’ve seen the way Huntingburg operates and view it as a progressive, clean and friendly community,” says Williams.  “I’ve always thought it would be a great place to work and I’m really excited and looking forward to this opportunity.”

Williams holds licenses in WT4 Water Treatment Operator, Class 2 Wastewater Treatment Operator, Equivalent Industrial Wastewater Treatment Operator, Grade DSM Distribution System Operator and Grade DSS Distribution System Operator.  He is also American Water Works Association (SW District, Indiana) President, a member of the White Oak Lake Association Board of Directors, Illinois American Water Works Association, Missouri American Water Works Association, Kentucky-Tennessee American Water Works Association, Alliance of Indiana Rural Water and Indiana Rural Water Association.

“We’re thrilled for Todd to join the City of Huntingburg,” says Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner.  “Todd is very qualified for the position and I’m confident that with his direction, our water department will continue to provide outstanding service to our customers.”

 For more information, please contact Rachel Steckler, Director of Communication and Community Development, at 683-2211 or by email at

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