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Special District

Tamalpais Community Services DistrictCandidate for Director

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Steffen J. Bartschat

Director, Tamalpais Community Services District
2,288 votes (29.42%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Improve our agency's emergency preparedness plans
  • Post Covid-19 restart of our popular Park and Rec community programs
  • Bring employee benefit plans up to date with focus on cost containment for the district



Stanford Graduate School of Business MS, Management (2011)
Carnegie Mellon University BS, MS, Electrical Engineering (1987)


Professionally, I am the CEO of Hill88 Consulting. I hold BS/MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and an MS degree in Business Management from Stanford Business School, with a Certificate in Public Management.  My candidacy is endorsed by US Congressman Jared Huffman, Marin County Supervisor-elect Stephanie Moulton-Peters, MMWD Director Cynthia Koehler, and TVIC President Olivia Jacobs.


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Political Philosophy

Keep Tam Valley Strong!  I have served on the TCSD Board since 2004 and the district has never looked better: running popular events such as Creekside Fridays, operating a service-first garbage collection system, and keeping our sewer network flowing.  

The next few years will present new challenges, requiring thoughtful and experienced leadership:  The post-pandemic restart of our community-building Parks and Recreation programs, an accelerated construction program to renew the leakiest parts of our sewer infrastructure, and addressing the increasing regulations as our state government moves toward the goal of Zero Waste.  While navigating these challenges, I will continue to advocate for innovative ideas that keep our expenditures as low as possible.  This is a key role of being a Board Director – we don’t serve the agency or the staff – we serve you, our rate payers.

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