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Board of Directors
The District is governed by a five member Board of Directors.  The current board members are listed below.  All of the board members own homes in the Southwest Suburban Water & Sanitation District.  The Board of Directors meets in the Governor's Ranch Clubhouse located at 9050 W. Prentice Avenue, Littleton, CO 80123.

Current Year Meeting Calendar

Map to Governor's Ranch Clubhouse
Bob Hart
John LaBoon
Leo Johnson - Secretary/Treasurer
Leo Johnson has lived in Governor’s Ranch since 1980. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering and a Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering. He retired from the US Air Force in 1980 and Lockheed Martin Aerospace in 1999. His two children and 8 Grandchildren live in the Denver area. He has served continuously on this Board of Directors since 1984 and has served as Secretary/Treasurer since 1988. His community activities include West Metro Fire and Rescue, Governor’s Ranch HOA and Foothills Park and Recreation Foundation. He is a Board member of the Colorado Special District Association (SDA) and is Vice Chairman of the SDA Property and Liability Insurance Pool. He also served as a past Chairman of the Colorado Fire and Police Pension Association (FPPA).
Chris Veesaert – Chairman
Mr. Chris Veesaert has served on the SWSDW&S District Board of Directors for 20 years and has been a member of the District since 1986. Mr. Veesaert is a civil engineer and retired after 30 years with the Bureau of Reclamation, a federal water resources agency. He has served in various capacities with the Governor’s Ranch HOA, including a term on the Board of Directors. Since retirement, he has participated in 2 extended disaster relief assignments with FEMA. Mr. Veesaert is married with 3 grown children, one of whom also lives in the District, and 5 grandchildren. In addition to enjoying time with his grandchildren, he is an avid cyclist, plays tennis, and is a bonsai enthusiast.  
Mr. John LaBoon has served on the SWSDWSD Board of Directors for 15 years and has lived in the District since 1982. Mr. LaBoon is a civil engineer and retired after 35 years with the Bureau of Reclamation, a federal water resources agency. Since retirement, he has been staying busy on a part-time basis with the Bureau of Reclamation preparing design standards, coaching soccer, and riding his road bike. Mr. LaBoon is married with 2 grown children, one living in Seattle and the other living in the Chicago area.

Bill Geddes