LFP Water District presents 2020 Water Protector award to Dr. Julie Hungar

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Dr. Julie Hungar, 2020 Water Protector
Customers of Lake Forest Park Water District enjoy untreated well water because we pump from an aquifer that has consistently produced an adequate supply of quality water. 

We value this resource and in an effort to encourage the protection of it, each year the district recognizes someone that has made a prominent effort to protect it.

This year our 2020 Water Protector award was presented to Dr. Julie Hungar for her dedication as a past president and member of the board of commissioners and founding and current member of the advisory committee where she engages in education and public outreach. 

Julie is a long-time resident of Lake Forest Park and has taken an active role in the District and the community for many years, bringing leadership and direction to the District.

So, we are honored to present the 2020 Water Protector Award to Dr. Julie Hungar “With appreciation for your visionary guidance and continual source water protection advocacy”.

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



1 comments:

Anonymous,  June 19, 2021 at 5:19 PM  

If this source is truly untreated. I am seriously jealous!! Seattle boasts about their water being better than bottled, in a mail flyer that some of you may of recently seen or received. Yet Seattle pumps man made Fluoride into it which is a toxic chemical. Thus it is a lie about it being better than bottled in my opinion. By the way, Safeway bottled water does not contain Fluoride. I wish all tap water can be left alone just like Lake Forest Park's source. If Dr. Julie Hungar had any part of preventing Fluoride or any other chemicals being added to the tap water. My hat is off to her and she deserves this award!

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