City receives second award for National Public Works Week

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October 5, 2016
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City receives second award for National Public Works Week
 
Cold Lake, AB – The City of Cold Lake has received another award for its National Public Works Week activities.
“We’re very proud of our Public Works department and all the dedicated work they do,” said Mayor Craig Copeland.
The Alberta Public Works Association named the City of Cold Lake the winner of the Project of the Year Category: Public Works Week. This backs onto the city being recognized at a national level after receiving the National Public Works Week 2016 Canadian Public Works Association Small Centres Award in August.
“To be recognized at both a provincial and national level is very rewarding,” said Copeland. “It’s a good reminder of the hard work our Public Works staff put in every day, week after week.”
General Manager of Infrastructure Services Azam Khan accepted the award at the annual awards luncheon in Red Deer on Wednesday, Oct. 5.
 
City of Cold Lake General Manager of Infrastructure Services Azam Khan accepts the Project of the Year Category: Public Works Week Award from Alberta Public Works Association President Peter McDowell.
 
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Wednesday, October 5, 2016