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Newsletter #25 for May 17, 2011

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Are you Ready for a Flood?

Devastating floods continue to impact communities up and down the Mississippi. State agencies are doing their best to get information to the public and to water professionals, even as they tackle hurdle after hurdle. Recently we blogged about some of our favorite resources that can help you get prepared for these types of events. Our website also includes some guidance for best practices in emergency communication.

Water utilities fight flooding, sand boils
DNR Aids Returning Flood Victims With Cleanup Guidance
Be More Prepared for Emergencies
Reporting to Your Customers

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Weekly Reading for May 17, 2011

Each week we'll provide a collection of our favorite links we know you'll love too!

1. EPA Releases Searchable Website for Drinking Water Violations - US EPA is now making it even easier for the public to know if you are doing your job.
2. What to do about aging small business owners? - Join in on a discussing about workforce challenges in small and rural communities.
3. The Science of Mixing and Maintaining Water Quality in Water Storage Tanks - Register for this free webinar from NRWA, to be held June 28.
4. The Ugly Truth About Infrastructure (and Taxes) - We found this editorial - and comment discussion - about how to pay for infrastructure improvements timely and interesting.
5. State Needs To Kick The Bottled Water Habit - Hear hear! It's surprising to us that any federal or state government entity would still purchase bottled water.

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