Celebrating 35 Years of Dedication!

 
In the world of public service, there are remarkable individuals who quietly make an enormous impact, shaping the communities they serve. Today, we proudly honor Mitchel R. Weinbaum, the heart and soul of the Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District, who is retiring after an incredible 35-year journey.
 
Mitchel's story is one of unwavering commitment. He joined the District in October 1988 and dedicated himself to safeguarding the health and well-being of our community. His legacy is a testament to his dedication, as he is currently the longest-serving general manager of a special district in California.
 
Throughout his tenure, Mitchel wore many hats, serving as the President of the CA Vector Control Joint Powers Authority, contributing five years to the board of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California (MVCAC), and participating as a member of the MVCAC's Legislative Committee for an impressive 15 years. His expertise has been pivotal in guiding our district through some of the most challenging times in mosquito control.
Compton Creek Mosquito Abatement District, the oldest mosquito control district in Los Angeles County, has witnessed incredible transformations under Mitchel's leadership. He played a pivotal role in protecting our community during the West Nile Virus and Zika Virus outbreaks, ensuring our community's safety with unwavering determination.
 
Mitchel's dedication also propelled our district into the modern digital era, embracing technology for more effective mosquito control. His vision and tireless efforts have not only protected us but have set the standard for excellence in mosquito control.
 
As we bid farewell to a true champion of public health, let us celebrate Mitchel R. Weinbaum's incredible legacy. His commitment, leadership, and unwavering dedication have made our community a safer, healthier place. Thank you, Mitchel, for 35 years of service, and may your retirement be filled with joy, adventure, and all the best life has to offer.