ALAMOSA — The City of Alamosa was proud to join the governor in celebrating April 23-27 as Wastewater Worker Recognition Week.
Governor John Hickenlooper proclaimed the week to honor Colorado’s wastewater workers for protecting the water and environment of the state. Colorado’s wastewater treatment workers include certified operators, maintenance personnel, laboratory works, sewer maintenance workers, biosolids workers, industrial waste pretreatment workers, administrative workers, engineers and suppliers. These workers consistently work to improve the cleanliness of Colorado’s streams, rivers and lakes, protecting Colorado’s valuable resource, water.
Proudly serving the City of Alamosa are Farren Hall, 30-plus years; Roy Sanchez, 19 years; Randy Martinez, 25-plus years; Brian Pooler, 23 years; Tom Valdez, 22 years; Daniel Montano, 12 years; Paul Henry, 12 years; Tim Summers, two years; and Jergen Themen, one year.