By: Jody Berndt, Madison Water Utility Community Outreach Specialist
Our People, Serving the Community
When Dominique Haskins came to work for the Madison Water Utility over a year ago after spending twenty plus years in the City of Madison Parking Division, she wasn’t quite sure what to expect.
February's Black History Month begins a calendar year of themed months designed to honor and celebrate our diversity.
Saying goodbye to the old teapot
Slowly but surely
It's not easy to drill a 915-foot hole – it takes weeks of cold, wet, muddy work.
"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…
Every day, Brad Rothenburger drives down the streets of Madison, stopping at each fire hydrant he passes.
The breaks begin
Kevin Miller has been knocking on a lot of doors lately, but he's not selling anything. He's searching for something.
Out of the dark ages
In 2010, Madison Water Utility had a decision to make. The device it had been using for decades to record water use inside Madison homes was about to become obsolete.
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