Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District: John Mihelich applies for board vacancy

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From the Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

A retired Pueblo stormwater quality inspector has tossed his name into the hat to fill a vacancy on the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District. John Mihelich, who retired last year from the city’s public works department, said he is qualified because of his technical knowledge of drainage project planning and construction. “My work experience and availability to learn could be very useful to the district and would give a reason to my keeping of a Golden Future Frying Pan hanging on the wall for many years,” Mihelich wrote. The frying pan is a souvenir of the fundraising effort that led to the formation of the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District and the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project.

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