fbpx

The Community Conservation Committee generates conservation program ideas and helps build support for those programs throughout the community.

In place of regular committee meetings, the CCC may break into smaller focus group meetings during the year to discuss program areas of a specific interest.

June 9 – Meeting Agenda

Download the latest CCC meeting agenda scheduled for June 9 at 11:30 a.m.

  • This is a WebEx videoconference. Please do not come to SAWS Headquarters for this meeting.
  • Information to access the Webex videoconference is available on the agenda.

Past Agendas

CCC Archive

CCC Committee Members

Brice Moczygemba

Brice Moczygemba

District 9 Chair

Brice Moczygemba is chairperson of the Community Conservation Committee (CCC) for the San Antonio Water System, a volunteer group that provides community input on water conservation projects and programs.

Brice retired with over 30 years of experience in the municipal, public and private sectors of civil engineering as the principle-in-charge of Pape-Dawson’s Water and Wastewater Division. Over his 30 career, Brice worked on water, wastewater, street, drainage and land development projects.

Brice served two three-year terms on the San Antonio Water System Citizens Advisory Panel representing the engineering community. The Citizens Advisory Panel focuses on water resource development projects. The panel receives information from SAWS staff about current and proposed future water supply projects, discusses the information and then produces a benchmarking document based upon established criteria.

He is the founder and Chairman of the Brice and Teresa Moczygemba Engineering Scholarship. The Scholarship seeks graduating seniors from high schools in Bexar County; who will be pursing a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from an EAC/ABET accredited programs in the United States. Since 2007 the Brice and Teresa Moczygemba Engineering Scholarship has awarded over 30 engineering scholarships.

Brice is the former two term Board President of Meals on Wheels San Antonio. Meals on Wheels San Antonio has grown to be one of the largest non-profit providers of services to people over age 60 in Bexar County. Meals on Wheels San Antonio prepares and delivers over 5, 000 hot nutritious meals daily and provides Alzheimer’s Activity Centers providing a safe, warm and nurturing environment with an abundance of activities and exercise programs.

Brice is the former Board President of the San Antonio River Foundation. The San Antonio River Foundation supports scientific and educational activities that promote and encourage the conservation, stewardship, restoration, preservation and enjoyment of the land and water resources of the San Antonio River Basin. During his service, he provided much of the leadership during the construction of Confluence Park. Confluence Park provides a world-class innovative outdoor classroom for the region. A venue where educators can provide hands-on scientific environmental educational experiences, the park offers a life-sized tool to inspire students.

Alan Montemayor

Alan Montemayor

District OCL Vice Chair

Bio Coming Soon

Marcy Andrade Marcy Andrade
District 1
Patsy Lett Patsy Lett
District 2
Priscilla Gonzaba Priscilla Gonzaba
District 3
rebecca salazar Rebecca Salazar
District 5
Scott Kertesz Scott Kertesz
District 6
Alejandro Soto Alejandro Soto
District 7
Minna Paul Minna Paul
District 8
Carlos Otterbach Carlos Otterbach
District 9
Josh Inguanzo Josh Inguanzo
OCL
Ann Newman Ann Newman
District 1
Rachel Cywinski Dr. Rachel Cywinski
District 3
George Britton, Jr George Britton, Jr
District 4
Ernest Vara Ernest Vara
District 5
Joe Shinners Joe Shinners
District 7
Brandon Karam Brandon Karam
District 8
David Eastman David Eastman
District 9
Michael Berger Michael Berger
District 10
test!