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(KSL News) After 49 years of service, Salt Lake City Public Utilities Director LeRoy Hooton is retiring.
Hooton is responsible for the plan that now protects our watersheds. He also established a wastewater plan that kept our sewer rates among the lowest in the nation.
Hooton is being replaced by Jeffry Niermeyer, who has been with the Department of Public Utilities for 16 years.