The New Holstein Utilities Commission is governed by a five member board. Four of these members are appointed by the mayor, from the community, for a (staggered) five-year term. The other commissioner is a representative from the New Holstein City Council and is also appointed by the mayor.
Chuck Fett is the Utilities Commission President and has been a member of the commission since 1997. The Secretary is Michael Steffen, who has been on the commission since 1987. Julie Woelfel and John Klinzing are the other appointed members, and they have served on the commission since 2011 and 2015, respectively. The City Council's representative, Gene Woelfel, has been a member of the commission since 1998.
The Commissioners oversee the management of New Holstein Utilities and assist in providing direction on policies, procedures and the operations budget. The Commission also assists in providing strategic direction for NHU.
The Utilities Commission meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the New Holstein City Hall in the small conference room.