From email from Denver Water (Lori Peck):
Montclair Pump Station will be renamed the Hamlet J. “Chips” Barry III Pump Station
WHAT: Denver Water Board members, employees, local officials, Montclair neighborhood residents and the family of Chips Barry will honor Denver Water’s former manager at a ceremony to rename the Montclair Pump Station. This event will include tribute speeches and an unveiling of the new sign. Montclair Pump Station is in the Barry family neighborhood and is part of the recycled water system put into service during Barry’s tenure as manager of Denver Water.
WHEN: Friday, Aug.12, 8 a.m.
WHERE: Montclair Pump Station; 1100 Quebec St.; Denver, CO 80230
NOTE: Due to space constraints, this event is limited to invitees and members of the news media.
HISTORY: Chips Barry was the manager of Denver Water for 19 years. He had planned to retire last summer, but was killed in an accident May 2, 2010. During his tenure at Denver Water, the utility implemented a conservation program that is nationally and internationally recognized as a model of success, built a recycled water distribution system, invested millions of dollars in improvements at its treatment facilities, monitored recovery from several devastating wildfires in Denver Water’s watershed and led the work to recover from one of the worst droughts in the city’s history.
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