Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority presented Frank Conner with a resolution Thursday recognizing him for his years of service to the Authority’s board of directors and the New River Valley.
Stating that Conner “exemplifies the meaning of a true public servant,” the resolution notes his more than 50 years of service to Pulaski County as a deputy, sheriff and member of the Board of Supervisors.
“Frank Conner has been a steadfast supporter of the concept of regionalization where appropriate, as evidenced by his support and involvement on numerous regional authorities and boards,” the document states.
It recognizes Conner as having “served with distinction” on the Authority’s Board of Directors from January 2003 to December 2012. Through his board service, he is recognized as having provided “vision and leadership to the benefit of not only the Authority, but to the citizens it serves in the New River Valley.”
The resolution continues, “Frank Conner remains a true friend of the Authority and its employees, having provided significant contributions through sound leadership and cooperation.”