David Pelser Named to League of California Cities Policy Committee
HR Green is pleased to announce that David Pelser, PE, BCEE has been appointed to the League of California Cities Policy Committee on Transportation, Communication and Public Works. This committee consists primarily of elected mayors and councilmembers, public works directors, and finance directors from all over California. David is the only consultant on the committee in recognition of his extensive public sector experience. By serving on this committee, David will be able to use his experience in shaping state legislative policy.
The committee sets policy goals for the League of California Cities and tracks state and federal legislation dealing with issues like transportation funding, alternative fuels, truck size and weight limits, water resources infrastructure regulation and funding, public rights of way, and telecommunications.
David is a professional civil and environmental engineer at HR Green’s Orange, CA office. His background includes planning, design, construction, and operations of public infrastructure for solid waste management, water supply and distribution, wastewater, drainage, and transportation systems. He most recently served as the Director of Public Works/City Engineer for Whittier, where he brought in millions of dollars in new revenues using a variety of entrepreneurial business strategies as well as sound traditional government approaches. Prior to that, he was Director of the Department of Waste Management and Recycling for the County of Sacramento Municipal Services Agency, and Western Regional Manager of a national consulting firm.
The League of California Cities is an association of California city officials who work together to enhance their knowledge and skills, exchange information, and combine resources so that they may influence policy decisions that affect cities.