Sustainable Financial Management Planning for Water Utilities Webinar
Communities across the country range in abilities to successfully navigate financial options for drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure. The process of accessing funding and financing can be a barrier to investing in water infrastructure, especially for resource-constrained and smaller communities. These water sector investments can be crucial to supporting local jobs and protecting public health in the community. State-level funders and philanthropic foundations have a unique opportunity to revitalize water infrastructure in communities needing it most. With these public and private funds working together, critical funding gaps in the water sector can be addressed. You are invited to attend a one-hour webinar to learn about ways coordination between funding agencies is occurring in states across the country. The webinar will also discuss opportunities for state-level agencies to partner with foundations on water infrastructure investments.Time
Jun 15, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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“First we are protecting our workers. We are no longer having morning meetings, cancelling all customer meetings and not allowing anyone into our offices. I have also instructed all the guys to stay away from all customers, maintain the ten foot distance.
If we become short staffed, we will focus on the chlorinated and filtered systems and, of course, cancel all projects. We can actually manage with 3-4 guys, but it is tough, very tough. We’ve all talked and all know what we have to do, if it gets that bad. We also have a few other people we can draw on, if need be.