Salt Lake County Public Works Director R. Terry Holzworth was honored recently by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.

Holzworth is this year's recipient of a national honorary membership in Pi Alpha Alpha, the national honor society for public administration. Holzworth earned a master of public administration degree in the University of Utah executive MPA program and also holds a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Montana State University.Holzworth was named to the American Public Works Association's "Top Ten Public Works Leaders" of the year in 1985 after earning recognition from his peers in public works for his flood control management during flooding in Utah in 1983.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I met with (Bill) Orton several weeks ago for an hour here in Washington. I remember telling him, `You're bright, you're a good candidate, you're working hard. But let's face it: There's no way you're going to win in that district.' " - Doug Sosnick, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee political director in Washington, D.C., commenting on Orton's surprising win in Utah's 3rd congressional district. (See story on page A1).

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