Providing the citizens of Holden with the highest degree of drinking water and wastewater disposal services possible.
Katy moved to Missouri with the Air Force in 1983 and to Holden in 1989.
During her 33 year career in the Active Duty Air Force and Air Force Reserve, some of her duties included:
Inspector General for the 442nd Fighter Wing & 442nd Security Forces Commander.
Al has lived in this area his whole life, graduating from Lone Jack, and then receiving a BS in Education from CMSU (UCM).
He has taught in the Kingsville school district for 41 years, first as a Social Studies teacher, and then as the Technology Coordinator.
Deanna is a mother of one, and a grandmother of two. She moved from Green Bay, Wisconsin to Belton, Missouri on November of 1993 and relocated to Holden, Missouri on February 2003.
Deanna has 10 years of experience working in the government.
Jason holds an "A" Wastewater Treatment license and a level II water distribution license.
Jason is a lifetime Holden resident who graduated from Holden High School in 2001.
He is currently attending SFCC and is working towards a degree in business management.
Jim was appointed to the council by Mayor Todd and is currently Mayor pro-temp. Jim has been a resident of Holden since January of 1994. Jim graduated from CMSU with a BSBA
in May of 1992. He is also a member of Cert and Warrensburg EMA and the president of the Methodist Men's group.
Your statement is mailed to you on or before the 15th day of every month and due upon receipt. This allows 20 days in which to receive a 5% discount from the total bill.
Any bill paid after the 5th day of the following month will be assessed the total amount. If payment is not received in full by 5:00 p.m. on the 10th day of the month,
your current service is subject to being disconnected for non-pay. Allow 5 to 7 days for delivery and processing when sending payment by mail. If your service is disconnected for non-pay,
an appointment may be made during regular business hours for reconnection of service, after the total amount due and a $50 service charge has been paid in full. A serviceman is unable to restore
the water service without someone at the residence.