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Those completing the course are Carol Gilpin,
Shawnee; Bobby Lumpkin, Kingfisher; Starland
Davis, Prague; Gary Kochenower, Kingfisher; Kacie
Eck, Shawnee; Sandy Griffith, Duncan; and, Aaron
Michaud, Ponca City.

In reviewing the Grand River Dam Authority’s 2019, several major accomplishments are at the forefront, including recognition from the American Public Power Association as an RP3 — reliable public power provider — utility. Also during the year, GRDA learned that both Moody’s Investor Service and Fitch Ratings were reaffirming GRDA’s A1 and A+ respective ratings. In fact, GRDA currently holds the highest ratings in its history from all three major agencies.

What’s the best way to train water and wastewater professionals? Have them work closely with their
peers.

The Oklahoma Municipal Alliance (OMA) is partnering with select municipal water and wastewater
professionals to provide hands-on operational bestpractice training across the state.

“Water professionals who partner with OMA will hone their skills while ensure others are performing
the skills correctly and effectively,” said General Manager Tom Rider.

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