President of the Board, Robert J. Zappia. Here are three testimonies of past patients of this egomaniac that were motivated enough to share with the world their experiences.
After deciding on his own to create a website for the company, without the consultation of the rest of the board, company funds were spent and a site created. I assume this was the case since my site had been running for nearly 7 years and someone on the board would have been aware of it's existence and inquiries made about how to add content to it. I may be wrong, the entire board was indeed unaware of this site's existence, and no one on the board or in the office made the slightest effort to find any website that referred to Western Heights Water Company. Since this is ridiculous, I am fairly certain my assumptions are correct and the President acted alone and with hubris.
After the launch of the company's website (westernheightswater.org), the hubris revealed itself again. Apparently the fact that my domain was more prominent in Google searches was unacceptable. Attempts were made to steal my domain: westernheightswatercompany.org by people at the offices of the WHWC. They called my registrar and attempted to gain control of my account to redirect web traffic to their new website. When they were unsuccessful, I was contacted by the office and they demanded that I provide them with the needed passwords and information to give them control of my domain. I of course declined.
After a brief tutoring on ownership of domains, I wished them well and thought that would be the end of it. Unfortunately hubris would have nothing of that. Unable to help himself, Mr. Zappia entered into legal actions to forcefully take my property. You, the shareholders of Western Heights Water Company, are the owners of the company. Mr Zappia is not the owner. He is paid by the water company and should be held accountable for his actions. The additional domain names are unneeded and serve only to silence my voice and prevent his conduct from being discovered by the shareholders.
Are these funds appropriately spent? Does this improve your water service? Is this improving the quality and reliability of your water supply? What exactly is the main concern of your Board's President?
I urge you to contact the offices of Western Heights Water Company and voice your concerns and inquiries about the funding of Mr. Zappia's personal vendetta against me and my apparent advocacy of the shareholder's rights.