For NTMWD and many of the municipalities we serve, October begins a new fiscal year. This month’s News Stream features a message from our Executive Director, Tom Kula with a quick overview of some major achievements and a look forward to what the new year has in store. We’ve also got links for the FY19 Budget and Rates fact sheet, new infographics and an informative video about how water rates pay for #MoreThanWater.
There are also several resources from around the industry to help raise awareness about the #ValueOfWater and how everyone can do their part to conserve this precious resource.
Read the full News Stream on line or download a pdf version at the link below.
Oct 5: Wylie Rodeo (Wylie)
Oct 13: Urban Harvest – Foraging in the City (Denton)
Oct 13: Collin County Master Gardeners Bulb & Perennial Mart (McKinney)
Oct 17: Build a Rain Barrel (McKinney)
Oct 20: Saving from a Rainy Day (Seagoville)
Oct 25: Boo on Ballard (Wylie)
Oct 27: Drug Take Back Event (Multiple Locations in our region)
Oct 27: The Marketplace (Mesquite)
Oct 27: Fall Festival (Princeton)
Nov 8: Hiring Red White & You (Allen)
Message From Our Executive Director
FY 2018-19 Budget & Rates Approved by Board
Explaining How Water Rates Pay For #MoreThanWater
New Infographics Available
Imagine A Day Without Water
Water’s Worth It – WEF Awareness Campaign
Prep Your Lawn and Landscape for the Cold
Defend Your Drains and Avoid Costly Clogs
First Saturday Citizen Trash Drop-off Still Suspended
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