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March 2011
The city of Pompano Beach prides itself on its inspiring oceanfront, small-town feel and plentiful fishing. The vibrant south Florida beach community also houses a unique reuse irrigation treatment facility—which the city says is just as integral,...
Today’s water utilities play a major role in defining and supporting sustainable water stewardship for the communities they serve. Their mission of protecting public health and the environment through the provision of reliable water and wastewater...
Sporting anglers today have the latest gear and lures available to help catch that prize fish in their favorite fishing spot. The new rods are more flexible, lighter and stronger, and the same applies to the reels that hold the fishing line, down to the...
Poet John Keats’ epitaph, “Here lies one whose name was writ in water,” reminds me of the need to shout out the names and memorialize the works of current water leaders to boost their efforts and set shining examples for others now—not decades or...
Not much has changed for small and rural systems across the U.S. Commenting on this topic brings a strange sense of déjà vu. What’s more disturbing is that while researching information on the challenges small systems face in today’s economy, I came...

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