A report found the North Texas Municipal Water District projects charging member cities $3.40 per 1,000 gallons by 2020, compared to the $1.20 rate in 2010. Do you think the NTMWD needs to raise rates at the current pace?
Richardson residents have organized their own town hall for Wednesday to discuss ways the city can lower water costs for residents. Many residents in cities and towns around Dallas have complained about abnormally high water bills they say they received last... more
North Texas’ hot, dry weather over recent weeks has left the North Texas Municipal Water District’s water supply with a taste and smell that doesn’t seem quite right. But officials say the water is perfectly safe to drink. “We are... more
Some Collin County residents are turning up their noses at smelly tap water. Phil Glasgow, of Plano, stopped drinking it. His family switched solely to bottled water after noticing a difference in taste last week.
Nothing quenches the thirst during the kind of heat wave we’ve been experiencing over the last week-plus than a big glass of ice-cold water. But customers of the North Texas Municipal Water District – where Mesquite customers get their water... more
Many communities in the Northeast would welcome the frenetic pace of economic development that exists in Texas. A new Buc-ee’s opened in Terrell in June and another is scheduled to be built in Royse City.
(TNS) — In a world that has become reliant on technology for daily life, security extends beyond a lock and key. For corporations, governments and individual in the 21st century, it includes the protection of information and electronic systems. On... more
The North Texas Municipal Water District has taken a major, historic step forward in its effort to supply Frisco and other regional cities for decades to come. The issuance by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality of a water rights... more
The North Texas Municipal Water District has achieved a historic milestone for the Bois d’Arc Lake with issuance of a water rights permit from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
The city of Plano Customer and Utility Services Department is receiving complaints from citizens regarding recent, noticeable increases in their water bills. The reason for the increase is two-fold: customers are using more water and wholesale rates from the North Texas... more