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Community relations a focus; other news in latest Pipeline newsletter
Community Relations Director, combined sewer overflow control highlight August '05 issue

In an effort to further our message of clean water and unite our outreach efforts with that mission, the Sewer District's newly created Director of Community Relations position was filled June 6. Constance Haqq, former Executive Director of the Nordson Corporation Foundation in Westlake, will work to gain public support for the District's future work that will require an investment of more than $3 billion over the next 30 years. More.

When the Sewer District proposed a 30-year construction schedule to reduce combined sewer overflows to the environment and comply with EPA mandates, the goal was to minimize the financial and social impact of its extensive work. But the EPA wants the work done in 20 years or less. What is the EPA's concern, and why does the District stand behind its 30-year plan? More.

Darnell Brown, Ronald Sulik and Sheila Kelly assume the Board of Trustees 2005-2006 officer seats after the July 14 election. More.

Five Sewer District employees were recently appointed to national committees, serving a body dedicated to shaping sound water-quality legislation. More.

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