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CUC’s new chief engineer for water and wastewater quits

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JOSEPH Carlson, who was hired in August by the Commonwealth Utilities Corp. as its new chief engineer for water and wastewater, has resigned, Variety learned.

Carlson, whose last day at CUC was on Friday, informed management that he and his family were relocating to Australia, Variety was told.

On Jan. 14, 2020, Carlson, CUC deputy executive director for water and wastewater William B. Gilmore, and water and wastewater division manager Randy Blackcloud submitted a report to CUC Executive Director Gary Camacho regarding non-revenue water.

The report stated that the water division had reduced non-revenue water to 53.6 percent and 48.1 percent in November and December.

“I, for one, am seeing progress that is of a whole new level of detail, which may soon provide a chance to gain ground on a perennial problem,” Gilmore stated.

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