Robert Dash is retiring from the Georgetown Water Department after nearly 20 years on the job. (Photo courtesy of the Georgetown Water Department)

Utility Director Marlene Ladderbush announces the retirement of a Georgetown Water Department employee who has worked in the community for nearly two decades.

Robert W. Dash will retire on Thursday, April 30 after 19 years with the Georgetown Water Department.

“The Georgetown Water Department and Board of Water Commissioners would like to thank Bob for all he’s done for both the department and the community, and wish him luck in his future endeavors,” Ladderbush said. “He has done it all and been an essential member of the team during many of the projects we’ve completed over the years, including the demolition and replacement of the old water tanks in Georgetown.”

Dash joined the department in 2001 as a licensed drinking water professional. Over the last 19 years, he’s helped with jobs such as water treatment, water distribution, water meter change outs, system flushing, sample collection and cross connection coordination. He’s also helped to oversee the safety of dig work during construction projects in town.

Georgetown Water Department Announces Retirement of Longtime Employee

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