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The Public Works Administration and Maintenance Department has the massive responsibility of maintaining the city's physical assets: streets, sidewalks, water system, sewer system, drainage facilities and municipally owned building. The department also installs new water lines and sewer lines that are designed by the Capital Projects Department. The public works staff oversees the city's water production and monitors the water quality. It also operates a treatment plant that converts raw sewage into a clean effluent before discharging it into the San Jacinto River. The Public Works Department is made up of several smaller departments for a total of one hundred ten employees.
Public Works Administration
Dean Towery has served as the director of the department since 1987. Prior to that, he was the Water and Sewer Superintendent for the city for 6 years. According to Department Head and Director Dean Towery, "The employees of the Public Works Department are the true unsung heroes of the City of Conroe, garnering little glory while performing some of the most visible and important functions in City government - protecting the longevity of all city facilities, including streets, drainage, wastewater, facilities, water production and distribution, as well as City-owned vehicles, equipment and buildings."
|Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 12:34|