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R1929ÁÁÃ*ÔR E S O L U T I O N NO. 1929•ƒ WHEREAS, Charles B. Kaiser, Jr. has distinguished himself and The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District during his 34 years of exemplary service with the District, from February 1, 1956 to his retirement this year; and WHEREAS, Charles B. Kaiser, Jr. during these many years has served the District as the General Counsel for twenty©one years and as the Assistant Executive Director and General Counsel for the last twelve years and at times served as the Executive Director on an interim basis; and WHEREAS, Charles B. Kaiser, Jr. and The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District have almost become synonymous when speaking about wastewater treatment in the St. Louis area; and WHEREAS, Mr. Kaiser has brought national recognition and honors to The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District during his tenure; and WHEREAS, Charles B. Kaiser, Jr. has played a prominent role in the development and enactment of laws and regulations designed to protect the waters of this region, the state of Missouri and the entire nation from pollution; and WHEREAS, Mr. Kaiser was instrumentla in founding the Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies (AMSA), served as pesident of the Missouri Water Pollution Control Association and currently is President©Elect of the Water Pollution Control Federation...all organizations devoted to the protection of the water resources in our nation; andÜhÜŒ WHEREAS, he received numerous honors for his professional and civic activities, including the Missouri Water Pollution Control Association's ”Award of Merit•, the United States Environmental Protection Agency's ”Environmental Quality Award,• the AMSA ”President's Award• and the City of Hope's ”Management Man of the Year•; and WHEREAS, he was actively involved in District and State of Missouri election issues, all designed to enchance the quality of waters in the State of Missouri; and WHEREAS, Mr. Kaiser has received the support of his wife, Mary Lou, his daughter, Sharon, and son, Charles throughout all the years of his service in the community. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT that it wishes to thank Charles B. Kaiser, Jr. for his 34 years of exemplary service to the District and the community it serves and further that he be recognized for his outstanding contributions and devotion to the sewer district during his tenure. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be presented to Mr. Kaiser and posted at the District so that all may know of his service. The foregoing Resolution was adopted March 23, 1990.