Leadership

New York Office of the A. W. W. A.

Issue 9 and Volume 66.

New York Office of the A. W. W. A. The double announcement, published on another page of this issue of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING, that Secretary John M. Diven, of the American Water Works Association, has resigned his position as superintendent of the Troy, N. Y., bureau of water, with the intention of devoting his entire attention to the work of the association, and that the offices are to be established permanently in New York City, will be very welcome tidings to the members. While it is hard to see how the genial secretary can render any more faithful service than he has in the past years, yet there is no doubt that the fact that he is not hampered with the position of superintendent will enable him to carry out to better advantage the plans for the expansion of the association. The removal of the secretary’s offices to 153…

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