City of Victoria Public Works employee Austin Anderson was recently promoted to distribution and collection manager. In this role, he will oversee the operation, maintenance and planning of the City’s water distribution and wastewater collection systems. Anderson has worked for the City since 2006 and previously held the roles of utility crew chief and utility supervisor.
Jefferson Lemmons was recently promoted to utility crew leader. In this role, he will direct and participate in the construction, maintenance and repair of the City’s water and wastewater systems. Lemmons began working for the City in 2012 and previously held the roles of utility maintenance worker and utility equipment operator.
Lemmons also earned his wastewater collection operator Class 2 license from the TCEQ. The Class 2 license reflects an advanced level of training and experience in the field of wastewater collections.
Maintenance worker William Castro earned his water operator Class D license from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The Class D license is an occupational license certifying that an individual has the necessary training and experience to perform process control duties in the production or distribution of drinking water. Castro has worked for the City since 2021.
Utility Supervisor Daniel Ferrero and Utilities Crew Chief Santos Ybarra earned their customer service inspector licenses from the TCEQ. This is an occupational license certifying that an individual has the necessary training and experience to examine a private water distribution facility for the purpose of providing or denying water service. Ferrero has worked for the City since 2011 and previously held the role of utility crew chief. Ybarra has worked for the City since 2016 and has previously held the roles of maintenance worker and utility equipment operator.