Monthly Archives: September 2015

Words of Wisdom from a Law Seminar Fan

I am in the unique position of having attended NACWA’s National Clean Water Law Seminar both as a member and now as NACWA staff. The Law Seminar really is a one-of-a-kind conference and was enormously valuable to me when I attended in my capacity as General Counsel for SD1. In fact, with just one exception, […]

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Snapshot of Our Members: NACWA by the Numbers

I love annual reports.  Partially because I really am inspired by the graphics, and partially because it is fodder for the future.  Last week, we released our 2014-2015 Year at a Glance – NACWA by the Numbers . . . Impact through Advocacy, Return on Investment & A Healthy Environment.  And we couldn’t be more pleased with this […]

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Peyton Plays: Peyton Manning and Strategic Planning

Autumn brings many things – chief among them are football season and strategic planning. Peyton Manning, 5-time NFL MVP and one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, is a master of planning and preparation. During this season of strategy, NACWA is taking a page from Peyton’s playbook.
Align your individual goals with team goals
We are […]

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Something’s Happening Here…

When they were plain, old wastewater treatment plants, just about everyone would have described them as “conservative,” “low-profile,” or maybe even “boring.” Today’s clean water utilities are anything but.
In 2013, NACWA, WEF, and WERF took a look at this remarkable transformation and coined the term, Utility of the Future, or more simply, UOTF, to describe […]

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Happy Labor Day!

To all of those who keep the water flowing and clean, 24/7/365.

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