Recognizing David Garcia, Director of Public Works for Mammoth

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During the time that Mr. Garcia has been the Public Works Director, he has made some significant changes for our town of Mammoth. He and his staff have beautified Mammoth in many way. They have kept our street, parks and cemetery clean as well as ensuring his staff meet deadlines among the town residences. They have also coordinated with ADOT and contractors on a new water system.

Since his employment, there is less overtime and no water leaks in the middle of the night and casing unnecessary overtime. Many residents in this town appreciate his efforts and his hard work. He and his team get the job done.  

For those few residents that don’t see the progress in this town, keep your eyes open because there will be more to come. 2013-2014 is going to be a fantastic year. Economic growth is here.

To Mr. David Garcia and his staff, thank you all for a job well done! Keep up the good work!  Thank you for assisting with the very first swap meet, as it was a success.

Our tri-communities are asking what Mammoth is doing. There is no stopping us now.

More people need to think and be positive.

Kindest Regards

/s/ Lynn Zeiler

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