updated 11/1/2010 3:45:29 AM ET 2010-11-01T07:45:29

NEW YORK, Oct. 29, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Veteran business journalist Joya Dass joins Jeffrey R. Hines, P.E., President and Chief Executive Officer, The York Water Company (YORW) to discuss the company's industry, strategy, financials and positioning.

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In 2008, Jeff Hines was selected as the 21st President and Chief Executive Officer of the nation's oldest investor owned utility, which was founded in 1816. Jeff has been working for The York Water Company for the past 20 years and has served as the Engineering Manager, VP of Engineering, Chief Operating Officer, and Secretary.

Prior to his service with The York Water Company, Jeff served in the US Army Corps of Engineers in the active Army and the Reserves. Prior to his Honorable Discharge, Jeff was deployed to Afghanistan and Kuwait after the terrorist attacks on 9/11.

Jeff has been Chairman of the Pennsylvania Sections of the American Water Works Association and the National Association of Water Companies and currently serves on the Board of the National Association of Water Companies.

Jeff is a Civil Engineering graduate of Bucknell University and received a Masters in Business Administration from York College of Pennsylvania and a law degree from The Concord Law School. He is a Professional Engineer and a licensed water and wastewater operator.

About The York Water Company:

The York Water Company was founded in 1816 and is the oldest investor owned utility in the nation. In addition, the Company is believed to have the longest consecutive dividend streak of any corporation in America starting in 1816. The York Water Company provides potable water supply to 46 municipalities and over 180,000 people in south-central Pennsylvania.

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