The Best Little G.I.D in the West
If you have gotten this far, you already know that we are "Stagecoach GID". What you may not know is what a GID is or what we do. The Nevada Legislator's revised statue 318 (NRS 318) contains thousands of words to describe a GID, what it can do, as well as how it can do those things. The following is a much shortened description.
A GID is a political organization having purposes, powers, rights, privileges and immunities (as prescribed by Nevada Law) to serve a community (District) to promote the health, safety, prosperity, security and general welfare of the inhabitants therein.
As to what we do, let’s look at our mission statement.
Some of our accomplishments
Now that you know what we are and what we do, let’s look at the people involved. First came the Board of Trustees, created by an ordinance passed May 10, 1984 by the Lyon County Commissioners. The five positions on the board are elective, filled by the voters of Stagecoach. While the Board is responsible for policy and direction, it is the four full time employees who run the GID and do all the work.
Staff and Board Information
Tina Schmidt Manager
Tina Schmidt was hired in November 2013 as part-time office help. Tina came to us with an extensive background in customer service. In February 2016 Tina was promoted to Administrative Assistant. Tina took and passed the Water Distribution Systems Operations and Maintenance course offered by Cal-State University/Sac in August 2015. In February of 2018 Tina was promoted to Assistant Manager. In 2022 Tina won Administrative Staff Person of the Year award at the Nevada Rural Water Conference. On May 25, 2023, the Board unanimously voted to promote Tina to Manager effective June 1st.
Joe Seng Utility Supervisor
Joe Seng joined the District in April 2006; Joe has been the Utility Supervisor since September 2011 due to Marlon Cook's retirement. Joe received his Grade II Certification in Distribution in 2008 and will be working on his Certification for Treatment and Wastewater in the near future. In 2022 Joe received The Operator of the Year award at the Nevada Rural Water Conference
Melissa Shipman Front Office Clerk
Melissa was hired July 10, 2023 as the Front Office Clerk to take over for Tina as she promotes to Manager. Melissa comes from the Medical Field and is excited to start a new career in the Water Industry.
Steven Acree WSOS II
Steven was hired January 2, 2024 as our new Water Operator D-2 known as a WSOS II. He came here from Lyon County Utilities. He is a graduate of Silver Stage High School and has served in the United State Army for 13 years. 4 Years active duty and is currently in the Army Guard. We are excited to benefit from the knowledge and experience he brings to our District. He loves the outdoors and off road toys.
Our Board of Trustees is as follows:
If you have found the above interesting and would like to know more about us, we invite you to learn more about Our History below.