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The Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities received a Quality New Mexico Roadrunner Award during a ceremony held April 2 in Albuquerque.
Utilities Manager John Arrowsmith, County Council Chair Mike Wheeler, Roadrunner Project Leader Gaylyn Meyers and others attended the event.
Arrowsmith thanked DPU employees for their efforts, which helped the department earn the award.
“We pursue quality enhancements continuously, within our cost effective rate structure, to deliver utilities services safely and reliably while planning for the future,” Arrowsmith said.
The program assesses and recognizes organizations at three levels: Zia Award for Performance Excellence, Roadrunner Recognition for Progress, and Piñon Recognition for Commitment.
“This Roadrunner quality recognition is a strong accomplishment, especially when considered in light of the wartime utilities infrastructure that Los Alamos inherited, improved and continues to maintain,” Wheeler said.
The DPU is New Mexico’s only four-service, community-owned utility providing electricity, water, gas and wastewater services for residents and organizations in Los Alamos County.
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