Metropolitan Commission Names New Executive Director

CALIFORNIA, Md.—Following a nationwide search, the St. Mary's County Metropolitan Commission Board of Commissioners has selected Mr. Scott Bundy as the new Executive Director of the Metropolitan Commission effective August 31, 2015.

Mr. Bundy has over 25 years of executive experience with expertise in critical infrastructure management, operations and project management, personnel management, and financial planning and budgeting. In addition, he has extensive experience working with various federal and state agencies as well as elected officials and multiple stakeholders. Currently, Mr. Bundy is the Utilities Director for the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he directs a department of 140 employees with multiple functions including water and wastewater services.

Mr. Bundy's professional achievements include implementation of a plan to maximize lost revenue streams as well as realigning customer and emergency call procedures to improve service levels for the Hot Springs Utility Department. While serving as the Executive Director of the Jackson, New Jersey Township Municipal Utility Authority, Mr. Bundy streamlined the design of their new water treatment plant resulting in a drastic reduction of capital costs and restructured the Authority's investment portfolio increasing annual revenues by over $180,000.

Mr. Bundy holds a BS in Organizational Management from Nyack College as well as an AAS in Civil Engineering Technology and an AA in Business Administration, both from Ocean County College, Toms River, New Jersey.

Source: St. Mary's County Metropolitan Commission

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