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Posted on: November 9, 2021

City of Victoria Public Works employees earn certifications

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City of Victoria Public Works utility equipment operators Joseph Brawner, Ernest Hernandez and Rodney Rodriquez and water meter technicians Alfred Cano and Adan Lopez earned their Class D water operator licenses from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The Class D license is an occupational license certifying that an individual has the necessary training and experience to perform process control duties in the production or distribution of drinking water.

Brawner also earned his Class 2 wastewater collection operator license from the TCEQ. The Class 2 license reflects an advanced level of training and experience in the field of wastewater collection and is the second-most advanced wastewater collection operator license conferred by the TCEQ.

Brawner began working for the City in 2017 and previously held the role of utility maintenance worker. Hernandez began working for the City in 2020 and previously held the role of utility maintenance worker. Rodriquez began working for the City in 2019 and previously held the role of utility maintenance worker. Cano began working for the City in 2002 and previously held the roles of utility maintenance worker and utility equipment operator. Lopez began working for the City in 2018 and previously held the role of water meter technician trainee.

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