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Membership Appreciation Event - Dec. 7

Hello MO AWWA Member,

We’d like to invite you to an event to say THANK YOU! Thank you for your continued membership and support of the Missouri Section of AWWA. We will be holding appreciation events across the state in the following months before conference, but we’ll start in Kansas City (details included in the attached flyer). Please join us for food and fun on Thursday December 7th (5:30-7:30 PM) at Boulevard Brewing Company, sponsored by Victaulic!

This event is for all AWWA members, and we encourage you to recruit and bring along new members as well. Feel free to share this flyer with your peers, as our contact list may not be complete.

Please send your RSVP to Scott Phillips (scott.phillips@victaulic.com) by Monday December 4th. We hope to see you there!

If you’d like to help arrange a member event closer to you in the future or would like to get more involved with our Section, please get in touch with your Membership Chair, Jenny Doyle.

Click on link below for more information: 

Membership Appreciation Event December 7 



Missouri Section AWWA and Area 2, EFCN is providing a free webinar for Small Systems


Water System Management and Finance for Board Members

November 29, 2017, 3:00-4:00p.m. EST 

Water is a business! City Council and rural water district boards have a lot to consider: water pressure, meeting all federal and state regulations and standards, and making rates affordable. In fact, their job is making the right choices about complex managerial and financial decisions of running a high-quality water utility. Yes, it takes time to keep up on the laws, regulations, and rules. However, as a board/council member, you are personally responsible. Water is the foundation of your community’s jobs and future. Like any business, there are risks and options, but is your board/council keeping them in mind? Boards/Councils need to know the pros and cons concerning managerial and financial decisions about water. This webinar is designed to be an educational tool to assist board/council members in understanding and operating their water business.

 In this webinar, participants will:

  • What it means to oversee a utility with good managerial capacity
  • The importance of utilizing policies and procedures for utility management
  • Tips for better communication with customers
  • The five core components of a utility asset management plan
  • The indicators of proper utility financial capacity
  • Utility budgeting tips and considerations
  • Different types of utility financial reserves and their criticality to operations
  • The benefits of utility capital improvement planning

 REGISTER: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6918675100844301058





The next Board of Directors meeting will be Friday, November 3, 2017 at Stoney Creek Inn in Columbia, MO