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NARUC Elects New Leadership

NARUC installed a slated of newly elected officers at its recently held annual meeting in Atlanta. North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark was elected president, South Carolina Public Service Commission Vice Chairman David A. Wright was elected 1st vice president, and Washington Utilities and Transportation Commissioner Philip Jones was elected 2nd vice president.

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Women in Water Group Raises Money for Water for People

Global access to safe water and sanitation is a women’s issue. It’s simple: women can carry school books rather than water once their families and villages have access to a sustainable water source.

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NARUC Water Committee Gains New Member

Mack A. Redford of the Idaho Public Utilities Commission was recently appointed to the NARUC Committee on Water. Redford was appointed to the Idaho PUC in February 2007 by Governor Butch Otter. His term expires in 2013.

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United Water and Indianapolis Receive NACWA Awards for Environmental Performance

United Water and the City of Indianapolis were recently honored with two Platinum Peak Performance Awards from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA). The awards recognize the partnership’s contributions to environmental protection and the clean water community.

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Water is Your Business Series Hosted in Cambridge, MA

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) and the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce hosted a forum at the Sheila Doyle Russell Youth and Community Center in Cambridge, Mass., to discuss water infrastructure and local economic vitality. A tour of the cutting-edge Walter J.Sullivan Water Treatment Facility took place immediately following the forum.

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