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How He Replaced A 50-Year-Old “Temporary” Wastewater Treatment Plant | EP 5

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This district manager has helped grow a secret paradise

When you hear about development, you think destroying the environment, displacing wildlife, and high-density development BUT in the area around Stagecoach Reservoir in Routt County, Colorado has built something different. The Stagecoach Reservoir Area is among the most breathtaking places in all of Colorado.

This is why I’ve asked Geovanny Romero, District Manager of Morrison Creek Water and Sanitation district, to join us. Geovanny is helping shape and grow one of the up-and-coming premier rural communities in Colorado.

Geovanny will highlight the following topics that are guaranteed to be beneficial to everyone:

An engaging story about Geovanny’s journey to Routt County

What is it like working in Routt County and its people?

The challenges and success of replacing a 50-year-old TEMPORARY Wastewater treatment plant.

Working with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on discharge limit requirements

The current growth plans for the Stagecoach Area

This week’s episode will be a fun conversation filled with practical and unique insights. Don’t miss the Engineers for Communities Live Show this Thursday at 12:00 PM MST, where you can participate live and benefit from Geovanny’s insights!