Water Control Structure 3

District Contact Information

14666 Orange Avenue Fort Pierce, Florida 34945
Phone: 772-461-5050
Email: nslrwcd@bellsouth.net
 
Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

Registered Agent and Secretary/Treasurer
Patricia Kuta

Supervisor of Works
Bill Price

Board of Supervisors
Steve Cassens • P.O. Box 613, Fort Pierce, FL 34954
Peter McClure • 660 Beachland Blvd., Suite 301, Vero Beach, FL 32963
 John Scotto • P.O. Box 1017, Fort Pierce, FL 34945

Supervisors may be contacted via e-mail at nslrwcd@bellsouth.net  

Attorney
Frank H. Fee III Fee
DeRoss and Fee
426 Avenue A, The Poppell House Fort Pierce, Florida 34950
Phone: 772-461-5020 Fax: 772 468-8461 Email: ffee@feederossfee.com

Engineer
AECOM Technical Services, Inc.
Tom McGowan P.E.
3550 SW Corporate Parkway Palm City, Florida 34990
Phone: 772-286-3883 Fax: 772-286-3925 Email: tom.mcgowan@aecom.com

Webmaster
Dick Gruenwald Associates, LLC
Donna J. DeNinno
4362 Northlake Boulevard, Suite 204 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410
Phone: 561-622-3200 Fax: 561-627-6403 Email: donna_dga@bellsouth.net

District Information

The District meets on the last Thursday of the month at 9:00 am at the District office. The Annual Meeting is held on the first Friday in December at 10:00 am at the District office. Copies of the meeting minutes may be obtained by calling the District office at 772-461-5050 or emailing the office. 

The Establishing Entity for North St. Lucie Water Control District (NSLRWCD) is the Florida Legislature. Please click here for the District's Charter information.

The Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees, adopted by the Legislature as Part III of Chapter 112, Florida Statutes, contains standards of ethical conduct and disclosures applicable to public officers, employees, candidates, lobbyists, and others in State and local government, with the exception of judges.

The "Sunshine Amendment," adopted by Florida voters through a constitutional initiative in 1976 as Article II, Section 8, Florida Constitution, contains standards of ethical conduct and disclosures applicable to public officers and employees; it also requires the Legislature to adopt the code of ethics described above.  
    
For more information please visit the Florida Commission on Ethics website at www.ethics.state.fl.us.