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2012 Vol. 12, No. 1 • Coordinator’s Corner • 2013 OGWA Trade Show and Conference • Enforcement of Rules Regarding Well Driller Licensing and Multi-purpose Completion Report Submittal Coordinator’s Corner Angie Taylor, OWRB Drillers Program Coordinator Angie Taylor, OWRB Drillers Program Coordinator www.owrb.ok.gov Greetings Well Drillers and Pump Installers. My name is Angie Taylor. As of July 2012, I took over the duties of Driller/Pump Installer Program Coordinator from Kent Wilkins. Kent is now the Assistant Chief of the OWRB’s Planning and Management Division. I have been with the OWRB for the past six years, working as an Environmental Scientist in the Permitting Section of the Planning and Management Division, dealing primarily with groundwater rights issues. Prior to transferring to the OWRB, I worked for the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture for nineteen years as an inspector. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science with a minor in Agronomy from Oklahoma State University. I am very excited to carry on the work that has been accomplished with the program over the years and look forward to moving ahead as advances in technology open up new opportunities to provide better and more timely information about Oklahoma’s precious groundwater resources to both our drillers/pump installers and the public. I look forward to meeting you at this year’s Oklahoma Ground Water Association (OGWA) Annual Conference and Trade Show in Norman on January 17-18 at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center. This year, we have an excellent schedule of presenters, exhibits, and topics. Check out more conference and association information on the OGWA website at www. okgroundwater.org. Everyone can gain useful information to improve his or her business while obtaining required continuing education credit. If I can be of any assistance, please contact me at (405) 530-8847 or e-mail me at email@example.com. 2013 Oklahoma Ground Water Association (OGWA) Trade Show and Conference Please join us for the 11th annual Oklahoma Ground Water Association (OGWA) Drilling Conference & Exhibition to be held January 17-18, 2012 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Norman, Oklahoma. Don’t miss this great opportunity to obtain up to 12 hours of continuing education credit! On January 17, all attendees will have an opportunity to hear an update from Oklahoma Secretary of Environment, Gary Sherrer. Kent Wilkins will provide an update on OWRB rules and regulations, followed by a presentation on Safety in the Workplace by Steve Smith of Volkbell Property & Casualty. Concurrent sessions will be held on the afternoon of January 17th, tailored for either Drillers/Pump Installers or for those more interested in the technical aspects of groundwater. The Driller/Pump Installer sessions will include the following topics: Logbook Requirements, presented by the Department of Public Safety; Geothermal: Importance of Proper Grouting of Boreholes and Loops, Garen Ewbank, Ewbank, Inc.; (continued on back) 2013 OGWA Trade Show and Conference January 17-18, 2013 Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center, Norman, OK To register, please contact Jandra Pricer or Stacy Payne Phone: 405-744-6489 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information go to www.okgroundwater.org.
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Water Resources Board, Oklahoma
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|Title||Oklahoma driller's log, 2012, v. 12 no.1|
Oklahoma Water Resources Board.
|Purpose||Coordinator's Corner, Angie Taylor; 2013 Oklahoma Ground Water Association (OGWA) Trade Show and Conference; Enforcement of Rules Regarding Well Driller/Pump Installer Licensing and Multi-purpose Completion Report Submittal|
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