Board of Commissioners

Rodney Caines – Chairman
Longtime Westbury resident Rodney Caines became the newest member of the Board of Water Commissioners in 2018.

Born and raised in Westbury, he is a graduate of Westbury High School and holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point. For the past 15 years, he has worked in Manhattan as a mechanical engineer for NORESCO, a national energy efficiency and sustainability company.

Rodney is an active member of the First Baptist Cathedral of Westbury, where he serves as Deacon. He has been a member of the Westbury School Board of Education since 2012 and a member of the Town of North Hempstead Community Development Agency for more than five years.

Rodney and his wife Traci are proud parents of four daughters, three of whom currently attend Westbury schools. Their oldest is a graduate of Westbury High School and now in her second year of college.

He welcomes the opportunity to continue providing the public with a clean, safe supply of water and looks forward to emphasizing the importance of preserving and protecting this vital natural resource for use by many generations to come.

Kelby Then, Secretary

Kelby Then is the first Hispanic elected by the Westbury Community to the Board of Water Commissioners since 1911. He was elected on December 12, 2023 and his three-year term began January 1, 2024. Commissioner K. Then wants to maintain Westbury Water’s infrastructure to be the best in compliance with federal, state and Nassau County Health Departments. Commissioner K. Then works with his fellow Commissioners to provide high-quality and safe drinking water, while maintaining the lowest cost possible. Commissioner K. Then is a New Cassel (Westbury) resident for over two decades.

Commissioner K. Then is no stranger to public service.  He has serviced the public in different capacities from Law Enforcement to NYC Social Worker for Human Resources Administration. He has been a volunteer member of the Westbury Fire Department for 24 years, serving as a Firefighter, Instructor, Safety Officer, Chair of Committees and mentor for new members.

Commissioner K. Then attended college at Hostos Community College for Public Administration in the Bronx NY.  Commissioner K. Then and his beautiful wife Maria S. Then are proud parents of two sons, Kelby Adam Then and Christopher Then who attend Westbury schools. Their oldest is a graduate of Westbury High School and now works at the US Postal Service and their second son graduated from St. John’s University, pursuing a juris doctor degree.

Barry Green – Treasurer
Barry Green was first elected by the public to the Board of Water Commissioners in December of 2018. A Westbury resident for more than 35 years, he is no stranger to public service. He has been a volunteer member of the Westbury Fire Department for 18 years, serving as chairman of the Fund Drive Committee for the past decade.

He is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Old Westbury with a Bachelor of Science in accounting and has been employed in the insurance industry for the past 32 years. Barry enjoys spending quality time with his wife Barbara and serving his church community. He is an avid aviation enthusiast and spends leisure time gardening, antiquing and taking road trips.

Commissioner Green looks forward to working with his colleagues on the board to continue to provide the community with an adequate supply of water that is in full compliance with the stringent federal and state drinking water standards and meets Nassau County Health Department regulations.


John R. Ingram
With over three decades of experience in public service, John Ingram furthered his dedication to the community when he assumed the role of Superintendent of the Westbury Water District in 2002.

Ingram brings a wealth of knowledge to his post, serving as past superintendent of public works for both the Village of Westbury and Old Westbury. He also held the position of clerk/treasurer for the Village of Westbury shortly before joining the water district.

Dedicated to protecting the community, Ingram has been a volunteer of the Westbury Fire Department since 1970, where he was a designated captain for three years.

In addition to his commitment to the water and fire district, Ingram has also devoted 10 years to the local school district as a former member of the Westbury School District Board of Education.

Ingram and his wife Linda have three adult children – Heather, Alison and John, Jr. and five grandchildren, with whom they often take leisurely trips to their vacation home in upstate New York.

Chief Water Plant Operator

Matteo Di Nuzzo

A dedicated employee of the Westbury Water District for over 20 years, Matteo Di Nuzzo serves as Chief Water Plant Operator for the District. Matteo is responsible for the day-to-day water plant operations and oversees a work crew of 14 employees. He reports directly to Superintendent John Ingram. He is tasked with ensuring the safe and efficient delivery of quality water to the residents of the Westbury community. 

Business Manager

Felicia Corsiglia
As business manager, Felicia is responsible for the day-to-day business matters of the District and oversees accounting, budgeting and communications.