Koontz Gets the Gavel

Gene C. Koontz, president of Gannett Fleming in Harrisburg, Pa., (left) accepts the gavel as President of AWWA from Immediate Past President John J. Donahue during ACE15 in Anaheim, Calif.

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Mehan to lead Government Affairs

G. Tracy Mehan III has been named AWWA’s Executive Director of Government Affairs. He will succeed Tom Curtis starting August 3 in leading the association’s legislative, regulatory and advocacy efforts. 

 

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Eddy's Big Debut

AWWA's new mascot Eddy made the rounds at ACE15 in Anaheim, including meeting representatives from Badger Meter, the event's Platinum Sponsor.

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7/2/2015
The July issue of Journal AWWA is now online! 
6/29/2015
AWWA Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance today announced that water policy leader G. Tracy Mehan III has been named AWWA’s Executive Director of Government Affairs.
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6/25/2015
In support of a research project jointly sponsored by AWWA and the Water Research Foundation, the first of a series of five free webinars on Emerging Pathogens in Distribution Systems and Premise Plumbing will be held July 7.
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