Kettleman City Breaks Ground on Surface Water Treatment Plant

September 25, 2017

Earlier this month the Kettleman City Community Services District invited Team Vidak to attend the ground breaking of the new Surface Water Treatment Plant. The Community Services District has been working on this project since approximately 2001 and will provide safe and clean drinking water to the residents of Kettleman City.

Team Vidak District Representative Weston Anderson attended the ceremony to recognize the Kettleman City Community Services District for the hard work and dedication to bringing safe drinking water to the residents of Kettleman City.

Top: Kings County Administrative Officer Larry Spikes; Kings County Supervisor Doug Verboon; Kings County Supervisor Craig Pederson; Kings County Supervisor Richard Valle; Senior District Manager for Waste Management Bob Henry; Kettleman City Community Services District Board President Silvia Maldonado; and other community leaders break ground on the water treatment plant.

Bottom Left: Team Vidak’s Weston Anderson presents Kettleman City Community Services District Board President, Silvia Maldonado with a Senate Certificate of Recognition for the district’s efforts to build the new plant.

Bottom Right: Bob Henry alongside Silvia Maldonado hold a honorary gold shovel with a sign remembering past board member, Aletha Ware that passed away since the beginning of the project.