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Conversation and Support in Crisis

Conversation and Support in Crisis

In the midst of unprecedented public health crises, we are here. We appreciate you and your work on behalf of your communities’ water supplies and health. Local water leaders are often unsung heroes, and that’s as true as ever in the time of COVID-19. I could probably...

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One Water LA: One Water Planning in Action

One Water LA: One Water Planning in Action

The city’s Department of Water & Power—the nation’s largest water municipal water agency—provides water service to about 680,000 connections. The Sanitation District, part of the Department of Public Works, is the lead environmental department for the city...

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Sustainability Spotlight: Investing in our Water Future

Sustainability Spotlight: Investing in our Water Future

A conversation with Mayor Sal Panto Jr., Easton, PA   Mayor Panto Jr. took office in Easton, Pennsylvania in 2008, following two prior terms as Mayor from 1984-1992. Mayor Panto Jr. is motivated to address the City’s water challenges – from flooding to stormwater...

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Tucson Water: Efficiency Means Avoided Costs

Tucson Water: Efficiency Means Avoided Costs

Tucson Water provides drinking water and reclaimed water services to about 720,000 people in the larger Tucson-metropolitan area. Tucson is located in southern Arizona in a region that is part of a global desert zone, one of the warmest locations in the U.S. with...

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Despite Coronavirus, Municipal Bonds Are Getting Done

Despite Coronavirus, Municipal Bonds Are Getting Done

You may have seen media reports indicating that the municipal bond market is “broken” as a result of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. This is a huge issue for cities, towns and water resource utilities and agencies that rely on municipal bonds for infrastructure...

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