2012-11-16 / In the Know

Sanitary district employee completes training

By David Hughes Special contributor

On Sept. 13 Glen Bellefleur, a key member of our team at the Scarborough Sanitary District, received a diploma for his participation in a 12-month Management Candidate School.

Bellefleur and 18 other water pollution control professionals participated in Maine’s third management curriculum designed to prepare mid-level drinking water and wastewater treatment plant personnel for career advancement in utility management by attending classes for a year.

The curriculum included personnel management, supervisory skills, labor relations, budgeting and engineering basics.

The MCS was coordinated by the Maine Joint Environmental Training Coordinating Committee with support from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Maine Wastewater Control Association and Maine Water Utilities Association.

Graduation ceremonies were held during the MWWCA annual convention Sept. 13 at Sugarloaf USA.

For More information contact David Hughes, Superintendent Scarborough Sanitary District at 883-4663.

David Hughes is superintendent for the Scarborough Sanitary District.

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