The Grayson County Water District has been highlighted not only in Central Kentucky for their excellence in operating your County Water System but on the State level as well.
In December the Grayson County Water Treatment Plant was recognized as the treatment plant of the year in the Central Chapter of the Kentucky Water & Wastewater Operators Association (KWWOA). And along with that recognition Jeremy Woosley a 16-year employee of the Water District was recognized as operator of the year.
The Central Chapter of the Operators Association includes many very good systems with a range from Allen to McCreary County on the Tennessee border North from Meade to Oldham County on the Indiana border.
After being awarded the recognition on the chapter level both the Water Treatment Plant and Jeremy were placed as nominees for the KWWOA state awards held in Northern Kentucky the 2nd week of April. At the 61st Annual KWWOA Conference Jeremy Woosley was recognized as the statewide operator of the year and graciously received the Earl T. Mitchell Award for Operator Excellence.
There are a tremendous amount of very good utility systems and operators throughout Kentucky. To receive these awards, chosen by your piers, is quite an honor.