The Board of Supervisors and Staff of Sunshine Water Control District.
Joe Morera, President
Jose “Joe” Morera is a 17-year resident of the City of Coral Springs, Florida, who, shortly after moving to Coral Springs with his family in 1997, began his life dedicated to public service by joining the Multicultural Advisory Committee and became its first member-elected chair. Having a strong desire to expand his volunteer participation, Joe’s contributions in the City went on to include sitting on the Special Events Advisory Committee, which he has been a member of since 2002, and he was a founding member of the Customer-Involved Government Committee as well as a graduate of the City Government Leadership Class (2006) and an alternate on the Charter Review Committee (2002). He has also been involved in a number of local elections as a volunteer.
Joe has been a committee member for the past nine years with the Coral Springs Festival of the Arts as well as the Taste of Coral Springs and is a proud graduate of the Citizen’s Police Academy class of 2002. His desire to give back to his community has led him to also volunteer with the Broward County Waterway Cleanup and Coral Springs Renewing Together, a neighborhood renewal program. All of these efforts led to his Volunteer of the Year award in 2007.
Joe was unanimously appointed by the Coral Springs City Commission to the 50th Anniversary Committee (2013) and was elected by its members to serve as the Vice-chair. In 2014 Joe was very proud to receive an honorable mention for the Lynne Johnson Award for his contribution to enhancing the lives of Coral Springs residents.
Joe is the former Chair of the Broward County Human Rights Board, appointed to the position by then Broward County Mayor, Stacey Ritter, and has been a Supervisor on the Sunshine Water Control District board since 2009. Since joining this board, he has been an active participant in the FASD. After completing 32 hours of classes he is now a Certified District Official; the only board member in the 50 years of SWCD to receive this designation. Joe is very proud of the five-year CIP that the district has put in place to ensure the drainage system is brought into the 21st century.
Daniel C. Prudhomme, Vice President
Daniel C. Prudhomme has been a resident of Coral Springs since 1975 and had the unique opportunity to attend school from kindergarten through grade twelve in the same school district.
Daniel's volunteer and community experience includes membership in Toastmasters Club Awesome and Kiwanis of Coral Springs/Parkland, where he has served as a Board member in different capacities over multiple years. Daniel is a graduate of Leadership Coral Springs 2003 through the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce and a graduate of the Citizens' Police Academy in 2004. He was further involved in Coral Springs Renewing Together in 2004 whereby he headed up a team of volunteers on a specific home on Shadow Wood Boulevard. He and the other volunteers improved the appearance of the home with pressure cleaning, paint, and new landscaping. These contributions enabled the owner of the home, a single mother, to be cleared of violations with the City and be more confident in her interactions with her neighbors.
In 2007 and 2011, Daniel was involved in the condominium administration of Coral Springs Tower Club I Condominium Association in a volunteer role as president and secretary, respectively. During Daniel's terms, significant aesthetic improvements were made and delinquent receivables were reduced by just about 80%. Daniel is currently serving his fourth term on the Planning & Zoning Board of Coral Springs. He was originally appointed in 2011 and has been re-appointed to three additional terms; each with a unanimous vote of the City Commission. The function of this Board is to review construction and redevelopment plans proposed for the City and then, as a five-member Board, vote on whether they will issue a favorable or unfavorable recommendation to the City Commission.
The business experience of Mr. Prudhomme includes real estate sales and leasing, mortgages, property management for individual landlords, rehabilitating deteriorated properties and most importantly, handling day-to-day operations of the family business in the condominium association management field. Opened in 2008, they specialize in turning around problem condominiums by implementing procedures to attract responsible owners and tenants, enforce rules and regulations, and pursue owners with delinquent balances while preserving association resources in the process.
Daniel has always welcomed the opportunity to be a contributing Supervisor on the Sunshine Water Control District.
John Tornincasa, Secretary
John Tornincasa is a 34 year resident of Coral Springs, Florida, who was born outside of Philadelphia and moved to South Florida in 1969. John and his lovely wife of 37 years, Laura, have four children and eight grandchildren. John and Laura moved to Coral Springs in 1983, first living in Cypress Run, and then moving to the Country Club in 1995. Not only do John and Laura enjoy Coral Springs living, so do all of their children, who reside in Coral Springs as well.
John’s business background includes working for GMAC for 10 years until he was recruited by JM Family Enterprises to come and work for a new auto finance company they were starting. Throughout his 20 years with JM he held various positions including starting the Deerfield Branch Office, Regional Sales Manager, and Director of National Sales. He had the privilege of working for Jim Moran, one of the finest men he ever met. He was on the task force that decided what city the company would open a new service center. He left JM Family Enterprises in 2001 after being recruited by LoJack when he was Director of Sales. During his tenure with LoJack, he was responsible for various states including FL, GA, LA, NC, and was challenged to open the South Carolina market. He retired from LoJack in 2009, but after some time off he decided he wasn’t ready for retirement. He started working for Coldwell Banker Real Estate in Coral Springs in 2010 where he works today.
When John’s children were young, nothing gave him more joy than coaching his children in various athletics. John is a member of the Knights of Columbus and has been an usher at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church for over 25 years. He is on the advisory board for Coldwell Banker and is involved in the many charities they support including Adopt a Pet. For the past six years, John has served on the board of Parkside Townhomes and was instrumental in bringing the reserves in balance after the real estate crash. Since that time, Parkside Townhomes has completed a $200,000 paving project that was paid in full without assessments and has established a working budget to allow for 3 new roof replacements per year. John welcomes the opportunity to be on the board of the Sunshine Water District so he may continue to give back to the community.
Sunshine WCD Staff
- Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A.
- Craig A Smith & Associates
- Cory Selchan