New Wastewater Superintendent to begin work in Atlantic

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January 18th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Atlantic City Administrator Doug Harris says while’s been busy working on the Fiscal Year 2013 budget, he’s also been working to fill the City’s Wastewater Superintendent position, which was created by the announcement last year, current Superintendent George Evans would be retiring this year, effective February 29th. Harris announced at Wednesday night’s City Council meeting, the position has been filled. Harris says he’s hired Mark Farrier, who’s worked for the past 5-years as treatment plant operator in North Liberty, IA.

Farrier has a Grade 3 Treatment Plant license and a Grade 2 Collection System license. He has attended the University of Iowa. Ferrier and his wife have three children, whom they home school. Harris says an extensive process was undertaken to screen applicants for the Wastewater Superintendent’s position. Farrier will begin his duties on February 27th.