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Waterloo Earns National Recognition For Safety Practices

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Waterloo City Public Works employees earning a national safety award are, left to right, Tom Maag, Chuck Steppig, Terry Berg, Cole Lawrence, Scott Werner, Andre Phillips and Steve Hoffmann. They are congratulated by Public Works Director Tim Birk and Mayor Tom Smith, right.
Waterloo City Public Works employees earning a national safety award are, left to right, Tom Maag, Chuck Steppig, Terry Berg, Cole Lawrence, Scott Werner, Andre Phillips and Steve Hoffmann. They are congratulated by Public Works Director Tim Birk and Mayor Tom Smith, right.

The City of Waterloo has earned the American Public Power Association’s Safety Award of Excellence for safe operating practices in 2019. The utility earned first place honors in the category for utilities with 15,000 to 29,999 worker-hours of annual worker exposure. “The City of Waterloo is proud of its safety record,” said Waterloo Public Works …

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