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Staff Spotlight - Q&A with Tony Del Castillo, Operations Supervisor

The Operations Supervisor has supervision responsibility for personnel engaged in the maintenance, repair, construction, and operation of the District’s infrastructure. 

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Learn more about Tony below:

Q: How many years have you been with the District?

A: I have been with the District for 15 years and was recently promoted to the position of Operations Supervisor.

Q: What is your typical workday like at RD1000?
A: A typical workday for me consists of attending project meetings, checking project sites throughout the District, monitoring staff while they are out in the field, and interacting with our constituents. I also inspect our District facilities to ensure everything works properly for the safety of the employees and the public.

Q: What do you love about your job?
A: What I like most about my job is working outdoors and the variation in day-to-day activities.

Q: What is your favorite thing to do outside of work?
A: Outside of work I enjoy hunting and going diving. 

Q: What should the community know about the District?
A: I think the one thing that the community should know is that the District maintains around 65,000 acres of land and we do it with a field crew of 8 guys.

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