Dan Libby completes utility management program
(Saco, Maine) Dan Libby, Plant Operator at the Camden & Rockland Division of Maine Water Company, recently graduated from the Management Candidate School (MCS ), a program which prepares drinking water and wastewater personnel for career advancement in utility management. Dan and 16 other water and wastewater professionals attended this year-long program one day a month from November, 2014 to September, 2015, enhancing their skills in personnel management, supervisory skills, labor relations, budgeting and engineering basics.
“All of us at Maine Water congratulate Dan for his commitment to this program and his desire to learn and grow as a water professional” stated Judy Wallingford, Maine Water President. “In the three years Dan has been with the company, he has consistently demonstrated his thirst for knowledge and we expect great things from him and his ability to serve our customers in the future as a rising manager and leader for Maine Water.”
This program is coordinated by the Maine Joint Environmental Training Coordinating Committee (JETCC) with support from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Maine Wastewater Control Association (MWWCA) and Maine Water Utilities Association (MWUA). Graduation ceremonies for this sixth class of the program were held during the MWWCA annual convention on Thursday, September 17 at Sunday River Resort.