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Directorship Handover Ceremony for Water Resources Bureau

臺中市政府水利局卸、新任局長交接
臺中市政府水利局卸、新任局長交接
The Water Resources Bureau of Taichung City Government held the handover ceremony for its new and old directors at 15:00, December 25, 2014. Supervised by Han Nai-bin (韓乃斌), Chief Secretary of Water Resources Bureau, the ceremony witnessed the handover of official seal from Lin Zhi-hong (林志鴻) to Chou Ting-chang (周廷彰), former Director of Water Resources Department of Changhua County Government. Guests attending the ceremony included those from Water Resources Agency of Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Water Resources Department of Changhua County Government, and colleagues of Taichung City Government.

Bachelor and Master degree holder of Civil Engineering from Jiaotong University and Ph.D. degree holder of Department of Civil Engineering, National Cheng Kung University,Chou Ting-chang has formerly served as Section Head of the Water Resource Department, Kaohsiung County Government and Deputy Director and Director of the Department of Water Resources, Changhua County Government. He is cordially invited by Mayor Lin Chia-lung to join the team.

In his speech, Director Chou said he was pleased to have this opportunity to work with colleagues of the Water Resources Bureau and vowed to build Taichung into a region with good mountains, good water, and good homes by way of cross-border cooperation.

Director Chou pointed out that his primary task in the first 100 days would be to clean the drainage channels for all the rivers and sewer pipelines in Taichung City. “I hope nobody will fear flooding when heavy rain hits in the coming year,” said Director Chou.

The Water Resources Bureau has also identified several key projects for immediate actions, including the Nanshan drainage ditches work, the flood preparedness program, upgrading of waste water users, anti-flooding task for the sewer system on Mingsheng Road of Dajia District, the water conservancy projects for riverbanks, and the soil and water conservation projects for Tatu Mountains, etc. “We will take action in the most efficient way. It is hoped to make everyone ‘feel’ our performance,” stressed Chou.
  • Data update: 2018-11-16
  • Publish Date: 2015-01-13
  • Source: Water Resources Bureau
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