November 15, 2013 4:01 PM
"We're working on our knees" It's Friday, and Madison Water Utility master mechanic Brian Boettcher has just moved a large dump truck into his shop, careful not to scrape the room's ceiling. To change the truck's oil, he'll have to lie on his back. "The older I get, the harder it … [read more]
Label: Serving the Community
Tags: customer service, history, Madison Water Utility, Paterson
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