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Burns retires after 21 years as water/wastewater operator



The Village of Cadott thanked Dan Burns for his time serving as the water and wastewater operator, recognizing his 21 1/2 years on the job with a plaque. Burns retired June 7, but says he plans to keep busy. Photo by Julia Wolf
After more than 21 years on the job

By Julia Wolf

After more than 21 years on the job, Dan Burns retired from his position as the lead water and wastewater operator for the Village of Cadott June 7.

“It’s time for me to back away,” said Burns.

While the operator’s position was the first he held with the village, Burns says he started his career in the dairy industry in a lab. When he saw an ad for the operator’s position, the lab work piqued his interest, so he decided to apply.

In the time since Burns started, a lot has changed.

“Probably the biggest thing, is we built the new waste treatment plant,” said Burns, adding that the old facility was giving out.

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See Thursday, July 4, 2019, issue of the Courier Sentinel for more of this story. 

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