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Weaver Public Works Awarded Silver Shovel for Fourth Consecutive Year

Silver Shovel
Johnathan Ingram (Public Works Director), Anthony, Frank, and Jeff Wilcox, Spire

Weaver, AL – In recognition of a flawless year with no damages to gas pipelines, Spire is honoring several Alabama municipalities with their annual Silver Shovel award, a recognition created in 2019 to thank local governments for putting a strong focus on safety.

“These municipalities made the decision to put safety first for each and every dig,” said Alan Meyer, Spire damage prevention manager. “Granting these municipalities a silver shovel award is our way of saying thank you for protecting your communities and your employees.”

In Calhoun County, Weaver Public Works was awarded the Silver Shovel Award. Mayor Jeff Clendenning spoke with the Calhoun Journal and stated, “This is a great honor for Weaver. I’m proud of our department and their hard work.” Public Works Director Jonathon Ingram added, “The City of Weaver is proud to announce that the Weaver Public Works Department has been awarded the Silver Shovel Award by Spire for the fourth year in a row: 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023. This means our public works department has not broken a gas main during excavation since before 2020. This takes dedication to their trade to accomplish, and I am proud of the job these employees do.”

Silver Shovel
Johnathan Ingram (Public Works Director), Anthony, Frank, and Jeff Wilcox, Spire

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