On Nov 4, Special Assistant Paul Benoit, Program Manager George Sanen and City Manager Sara Lillevand will give the community an update on how the design and construction process will work, and how bond oversight will be handled.
The League of Women Voters will host a virtual town hall on Piedmont’s plans for the new community pool. In November 2020, Piedmont voters approved $19.5 million in General Obligation bonds to finance a new pool. The current pool closed indefinitely on September 8, 2020.
The event will include brief presentations from the city’s team, followed by audience Q&A moderated by Piedmont League President Lorrel Plimier.
If you’re wondering what’s happening with the pool project, how the design and construction process will work, and how bond oversight will be handled, please join us to find out.
The Town Hall will feature the following speakers:
- Sara Lillevand, Piedmont City Administrator
- Paul Benoit, Special Assistant to the City Administrator for the Community Pool project
- George Sanen, Project Manager
Please register for free on our website at lwvpiedmont.org/events to receive an email with the Zoom link information. This program will be recorded; you can watch it live or at a later date on our YouTube channel.
Where: Zoom and YouTube (register for free HERE.)
Sara Lillevand was raised in Piedmont and returned in 2002 to raise her family. She served City Director of Recreation from 2014 to 2019 and has served as City Administrator from 2019 to the present.
Paul Benoit served as Piedmont’s City Administrator for 5 years, starting in 2014. He retired from that position in July of 2019 and is now, on a part-time basis, assisting the City with advancing the Community Pool project from concept through to construction.
George Sanen has more than 40 years of professional experience in the fields of program management of multi-million dollar projects throughout the U.S. and internationally. He brings strong leadership, teamwork and project management skills, including a demonstrated track record in managing complex projects with a range of $20 million to $5.5 billion. Examples of his work include the Moffett Place Campus for Google and the new Apple Campus-2, also known as “The Spaceship”.