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The Los Alamos County Council approved Tim Glasco to be the next Board of Public Utilities manager at its meeting Tuesday night.
Glasco replaces John Arrowsmith, who announced his retirement earlier this year.
Approximately 25 applications from around the country were received for the Utilities Manager position. The BPU board, the council liaison, and the county administrator screened applications.
This group narrowed the applications down to five finalists, all of whom work for Los Alamos County.
Finalists included James Alarid, Steve Cummins, Philo Shelton, Robert Westervelt and Glasco.
Three different panels then interviewed the candidates. They included the Board of Public Utilities including the council liaison and county administrator; The Los Alamos County senior staff, and a panel of three Los Alamos citizens.
The appointment was the culmination of a lifelong dream for Glasco, which he formulated under the mentorship of one of his college professors.
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