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Harry C. LaBonde, Jr., PE, Director 
6920 Yellowtail Rd, Cheyenne, WY 82002 
Phone: 307-777-7626 

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Wyoming Water Development Program - Strategic Plan
December 31, 1996

I. Statewide Vision, Philosophy and Functional Goals
A. Vision

We envision a Wyoming where people can develop the skills needed to seize the opportunities to live their individual dreams; a Wyoming where people enjoy an environment free from contaminants and secure from harm, and share a quality standard of living; a Wyoming where we and future generations can enjoy the benefits of our bountiful resources and natural beauty.

B. Philosophy

Public service is a public trust. As public servants, we take pride in the service we perform for our fellow citizens. We will be open, ethical, responsive, accountable, and dedicated to the public we serve. In the current context of the public's view of government, we must respond to citizen's needs in a manner that is more positive, more accommodating and more attentive than ever before. Within our limited resources, we believe that innovation and creativity are keys to our long term success. Through management support, training and development and a respect to the views of our citizens our employees will be empowered to deliver quality services.

C. Functional Goals

To preserve the State's environment and ensure wise, productive use of the State's natural resources. Develop additional water resources within the context of state priorities. Minimize the impact of federal pre-emption of priorities and procedures.

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