It was 11 p.m. Sept. 14, and the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority had a problem, one that could be described as either as small as a 48-inch raw water pipe or as large as a hurricane. These two things, the[…]
More than a dozen Utility Service Partners, a HomeServe company, employees joined more than 200 other local business people and Seneca Valley Schools pupils and volunteered their time to help re-build an[…]
Are your residents aware of their responsibility to maintain their water and sewer service lines?
Potable water is valuable and requires time, labor and resources to produce and deliver to ratepayers, and water utilities are expected to maintain a constant, clean supply with aging infrastructure and[…]
Originally published on the National League of Cities (NLC) CitiesSpeak blog. Today, local officials face a problem decades in the making: aging water infrastructure systems and the costs of repair and[…]
Pillar #1 - Education Earlier this year, we introduced the idea of Six Pillars that must be addressed to reverse the dire state of America’s water infrastructure. The solution lies in leadership and a plan[…]