CSD Updates



Announcing New Pool Board Members and Roles

The CSD Pool is pleased to introduce its newest board member, Terry Nolan. Terry has served as General Manager of the Highlands Ranch Metro District since 1996. He is responsible for the efficient management of the many community services provided by the district and its 82 staff members.

Over the last two decades, Terry has overseen the addition of many community amenities including Civic Green Park and Redstone Park as well as the renovation of the historic Highlands Ranch Mansion. Under Terry’s leadership, these projects were accomplished without the need for increased tax revenue.

Terry NolanPrior to joining the District, Terry served in the United States Navy for 26 years, achieving the rank of captain. During his career, he was stationed on carriers throughout the world and had stints living in Hawaii and Japan. Terry had a ten-month deployment in Vietnam, where he flew 159 combat missions. He was a plankowner on the maiden voyage of USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) and also served on USS Nimitz (CVN 68) and Midway (CV 41). Over his career as an aviator, Terry flew more than 4,200 hours and had 929 carrier landings; more than 300 of them taking place at night. He commanded Attack Squadron 147 on Nimitz, which is based in Lemoore, California, and was responsible for 12 A-7E Corsair jets and more than 240 crew members.

Originally a California native, Terry retired from the Navy in 1996, taking a number of honors and moved immediately to Colorado, a place he came to appreciate while earning his BA in Psychology at the University of Colorado Boulder. His education also includes a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management from Pepperdine University, and he is also a graduate of the Naval War College.

Terry and his wife live in Highlands Ranch. Terry has two grown daughters as well as a grandson. In his spare time, Terry is an avid golfer and skier and also enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, and playing pickleball.

Terry is very proud of Highlands Ranch and optimistic about the future of Colorado and the CSD Pool. His personal motto, “opportunities abound,” is well recognized among his staff and to others who know him. This motto is based on his belief that in our communities, in our work, and in life, those of us who are motivated have virtually limitless opportunities.

New Roles on the Pool Board

In addition to having a new board member, we are also pleased to announce that two other board members have taken on new roles.

Larry Moore of Roxborough Water and Sanitation District has been elected to be the new board president, and Lorraine Haywood of Health Services District of Northern Larimer County is the new secretary.

About Larry Moore

larry-mooreSince 1989, Larry Moore has been with Roxborough Water and Sanitation District which serves 3,400 customers.

With a long-held goal of helping to ensure a sustainable future for the community of northwest Douglas County, Larry spearheaded efforts to regionalize services, increasing cost efficiencies and maximizing economies of scale.

Having 25 years of experience, Larry was previously a coach and administrator for a home builder, and manager for a development company that worked with special districts. Larry was the 2006 recipient of Special District Manager of the Year and the 2012 SDA Collaboration Award.

About Lorraine Haywood

lorraine-hayworthFor the past 15 years, Lorraine Haywood has been the Finance Director and Risk Manager for the Health Services District of Northern Larimer County. Lorraine has over 30 years of experience in financial management in both the private and public sectors and is a Certified Risk Manager.

Lorraine earned her bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado and her MBA from Colorado State University. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Colorado Employer Benefit Trust and is also a member of the Special District Association Benefits Committee.

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