Emil Bove Named To Westmoreland Conservation District Board
Emil A. Bove, president of Bove Engineering Company of Greensburg, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Westmoreland County Conservation District.
In his work as a municipal engineer for numerous Westmoreland County communities, Emil has been a long-time, valuable partner of the conservation district, helping to ensure that conservation measures are incorporated in municipal infrastructure projects-- from streets and sidewalks to water and sewer systems.
From 2013 to 2018, Emil served as an associate director (nonvoting) member of the District board and has been a member of the District’s stormwater/technical programs advisory committee since 2008.
In 2017, Bove Engineering – the family business began 50 years ago by Emil’s father, Michael -- was awarded the Westmoreland Conservation District’s J. Roy Houston Conservation Partnership Award for its five decades of commitment to conservation.
Emil is a professional land surveyor, an engineer-in-training, and a sewage enforcement officer.
A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and a life-long resident of Westmoreland County, Emil says he is “dedicated to the careful blending of progress and the preservation of our natural resources.”
He lives in New Station with his wife, Sandy, and children AJ and Angelina.
For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the Westmoreland County Conservation District website.
[Posted: Nov. 19, 2018]
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