Josh Griffin valued new employee

December 19, 2012

Westminster leaders welcomed new city employee Josh Griffin to their meeting last night and were quick to express gratitude for his work as a sewer department supervisor. Griffin was singled out by Councilman Reid Adams, among others, for his take-charge work running a crew whose responsibility is to reduce the inflow and infiltration that seeps into the city’s sewer lines. The mayor and council were told that Griffin’s paperwork documenting what has been accomplished has been applauded by the Joint Regional Sewer Authority’s Bob Winchester, who tracks I-and-I work monthly. City Administrator David Smith says I-and-I work is important because the less that passes the city’s meter into the JRSA system, the less the JRSA treatment costs to the city.

 

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