The board of directors of the Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority (SEMSWA) has announced that Paul Danley has been selected as SEMSWA’s new executive director to continue the legacy of leadership initiated by retiring executive director John A. McCarty, who served in this position for over 10 years.
During Danley’s eight years with SEMSWA, he has led the engineering and construction division, with an emphasis on improving public safety, restoring stream health, and ensuring adequate storm runoff capacity in the rapidly developing areas of our community. Danley was promoted to the position of deputy executive director in 2016.
As executive director, Danley leads the authority in carrying out its mission to provide flood control and stormwater management services to the City of Centennial and developed portions of unincorporated Arapahoe County. Since 2007, SEMSWA has worked diligently to protect, preserve and enhance our neighborhoods, community and natural resources through flood control, water quality, capital construction, maintenance and education services.
The SEMSWA board thanked McCarty for his steadfast commitment to excellence as they welcome Danley to the position.
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