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City of Kingman is accepting award
April 2011:
Photo: - The 2010 CWSRF Pisces Award was presented to the City of Kingman by WIFA Chairman Henry Darwin and WIFA Interim Executive Director Sandy Sutton (far-right). Accepting the award were Mayor John Salem, Finance Director Coral Loyd, City Engineers Greg Henry and Frank Marbury.

City of Safford is accepting award
April 2011:
Photo: - The 2010 DWSRF Sustainable Public Health Protection Award was presented to the City of Safford by WIFA Chairman Henry Darwin and WIFA Interim Executive Director Sandy Sutton (far-right). Accepting the award were Water Division Manager Gale Hedges, City Manager David Kincaid, Finance Director Ann Waite, and Utilities Director Eric Buckley.


December 2009:
Photo: - Laura Tom Bose from EPA Region 9 presented WIFA Chairman Grumbles and Board Members the 2009 Drinking Water Award for "Sustainable Health Protection and Innovative and Effective Use of the SRF Financing Mechanisms."


December 2009:
Photo: - Directors Excellence Award Water Infrastructure Finance Authority (WIFA ) Agency; In recognition of exemplary service and extraordinary contribution to the department. This year it went to a whole agency that is headquartered on the second floor. WIFA was recognized for funneling ARRA money rapidly to dozens of water and wastewater districts throughout the state.


May 2008:
Photo: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Director Steve Owens, left, presents Mammoth Mayor Craig Williams with a plaque recognizing the town as having the best technical assistance project of the year for its water district, as picked by the Water Infrastructure Finance Authority (WIFA) of Arizona. (photo by Mark Shaffer)


November 2007:
WIFA staff Kim Marsh and Veronica Rivera accepted the 2007 most innovative and effective Drinking Water State Revolving fund program award for Sustainable Public Health Protection for EPA Region 9 at the 2007 CIFA conference in Denver.


October 2007:
WIFA Chairman Steve Owens and WIFA's Executive Director Judy Navarrete receiving from Laura Tom Bose, the EPA Water Division Management Lead for Arizona the 2007 EPA Region 9 Most Innovative and Effective DWSRF Program of the Year Award in the Pacific Southwest Region.


May 2007:
WIFA Chairman Owens presented a ceremonial check to the City of Prescott Valley in the amount of $5 million for the third-phase of the expansion of their wastewater treatment facility.


May 2007:
The Rural Water Infrastructure Committee-RWIC holding a meeting in Prescott Valley with Diamond Valley DWID, Town of Congress, Town of Clarkdale, and Highland Pines to discuss their funding options.


April 2007:
WIFA's Executive Director Judy Navarrete participating on the ground-breaking of the Chino Meadows Community Sewer Project in Chino Valley.
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