Lake Forest Park Water District presents ‘Water Protector Award’ to Lake Forest Park resident Tracy Furutani

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Adcom President Julie Hungar, Commissioner Bill Donahue, Commissioner Dave Hammond,
Commissioner Eli Zehner, General Manager Alan Kerley

Lake Forest Park Water District is honored to present the ‘Water Protector Award’ to the Lake Forest Park Water District Citizen Advisory Committee in appreciation of the work done by one of its members, Tracy Furutani.

The Water Protector Award is awarded to individuals and organizations that show exceptional leadership in protection of LFPWD’s drinking water.

Tracy Furutani
Photo by Brian Demong
Tracy Furutani, as a Lake Forest Park Water District Advisory member, provides aquifer modeling education to local elementary students, promotes stewardship of water sources and protection of our locally sourced drinking water.

Recently Tracy organized a North Seattle College student study that was instrumental in the recent designation of Critical Aquifer Recharge Area for the Lake Forest Park Water District’s drinking water.

Tracy has shown outstanding leadership in protecting and ensuring continued a legacy drinking water resource for the Lake Forest Park community.

LFPWD Commissioners Dave Hammond, Eli Zehner and Bill Donahue; General Manager Alan Kerley; District staff and our community thank him for his service.

Lake Forest Park Water District provides locally sourced well water to an area within Lake Forest Park. The original development of Lake Forest Park community in 1909 was founded on the spring fed drinking water source and the resource has been a staple of LFP community since that time.



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