A new year, and a new decade! In this month’s News Stream, NTMWD Executive Director Tom Kula takes a look back at the water investments needed over the last ten years to support our region’s future.
We also take a look back at the career of Joe Stankiewicz who retired after nearly 40 years with the District, the 2019 data from WaterMyYard.org showing well over half the year did not need supplemental watering, and a look ahead at the 2020 water treatment plant tour dates for our Member City and Customer entities officials.
We’ve got event listings, recent news and more from our Member Cities and Customers.
Read the full News Stream online or download a pdf version at the link below.
Jan. 9: Success with Seeds (Plano)
Jan. 11: Monthly Creek Cleanup (Plano)
Jan. 16: Organic Vegetable Gardening (Plano)
Jan. 20: Water4Otter @ Allen Americans Hockey (Allen)
Jan. 23, 24 & 25: Master Composter Training (Plano)
Jan. 25: Newcomer’s Guide to Gardening (McKinney)
Jan. 28: Recycling 102 (Plano)
Feb. 1: Skeletons of Winter (Seagoville)
Feb. 1: Do-it-yourself Landscape Design (Allen)
Feb. 1: Food Waste Composting (Plano)
Water Investments of Past Decade Support Region’s Future
Legacy of Nearly Four Decades of Service Recognized as Joe Stankiewicz Retires
Essential Services = Rewarding Career
Look Back on Actual Watering Needs
Mark Your Calendars for 2020 Tour Dates
Share the Journey of Water in Your Communities
Solid Waste Drop-Off Program Updates
4th Annual Newcomer Event
North Texas Remains Tops for Fast Growing Cities
Mark Your Calendar for Watershed Steward Workshop
Defend Your Drains This Holiday and Every Day
Lake Operations Center & Bridge Progress