Monday, December 18th, 2017

City picks Knorpp for Greenbelt board

The Clarendon City Council appointed Walt Knorpp as its representative for the Greenbelt Water Authority board during a called session last Tuesday, November 28.

City Administrator David Dockery said aldermen interviewed two candidates for the job – Knorpp and Jack Moreman.

“The council was greatly impressed with both candidates,” Dockery said. “Either would have been an exceptional choice. Mr. Knorpp was selected due to the fact that he had previously served on the Greenbelt board and was knowledgeable about past activities.”

Dockery said Knorpp had served as the city’s Greenbelt representative for several years in the 1990s. He will take the position beginning with Greenbelt’s December meeting.

“The council expressed its gratitude to Gary Campbell for his seven years of service on the Greenbelt Board and his willingness to assist the city in the future,” Dockery said.

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