‘Father’ of water system retiring

Jon Hawley

The Daily Advance

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Even before Pasquotank County had a county manager, it had a full-time water superintendent. And for the past 33 years, John Gregory has held that post, overseeing both the birth and growth of a water system that today has two treatment plants and 7,000 customers.

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Maybe there will always a

Maybe there will always a time will people need to rest and leave the tasks and responsibilities to someone deserving. I know that the father of the water system wont leave the position if he never sees someone who can do the same thing as he did. - Dennis Wong

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