Cuyahoga SWCD Supervisor Election


Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) Supervisor Elections are special elections, independent of a general election, conducted annually by the Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission (OSWCC) pursuant to rules adopted under Chapter 119 and 940 of Ohio Revised Code. Each SWCD is administered by a five-member board of supervisors serving a three-year term. These Supervisors guide the staff and partnering agencies in efforts to implement conservation programs which address management and conservation of soil, water, and related resources. The Ohio Department of Agriculture staff, as official designated agents, oversee local SWCD supervisor elections, on behalf of the OSWCC.

Congratulations to Mike Jirousek for your re-election to the Cuyahoga SWCD Board of Supervisors.

Mike Jirousek is a career environmental professional and has served on the Cuyahoga SWCD Board for the past year as the Fiscal Agent. In that time, Mike has been very impressed with the energy and dedication of the staff and is seeking re-election in the hope that he can continue to help nurture and enable Cuyahoga SWCD to continue to meet and grow its mission.

A life-long resident of NE Ohio, Mike received his undergrad degree from John Carroll University and a MS in Environmental Management from the University of Findlay. Most recently, he was Manager of Environmental for FirstEnergy, managing all the air and water compliance efforts for their fleet of 26 power plants.

Thank you to Ashley King, Mikhaela LaShawn, and Stephen Love for running for the Board of Supervisors.


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