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New Water Restrictions - Effective June 1, 2016

Notice to Water Customers

April 2016

 In an effort to better prepare for potential drought conditions and to promote ongoing conservation of local water resources, City of Mineral Wells has amended its Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. Beginning June 1, 2016 and going forward, SPWSC will implement a twice a week schedule for unattended landscape watering (irrigation systems, lawn sprinklers). Unattended landscape watering at locations east of Hwy 281 will be allowed on Tuesdays and Saturdays. For locations west of Hwy 281, unattended landscape watering will be permitted on Wednesdays and Sundays. Unattended landscape watering on these specified days will not be permitted...

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Clean Water. <br>Part 1.

Clean Water.
Part 1.

If you’re like me, the thought of clean water doesn’t seem astounding. Clean water is expected, not extraordinary. We simply turn on the tap, and pour a glass of fresh, clean, safe water.  .  . Anytime we want! But this is not a universal truth.  Clean water is one of the earth’s most precious resources, but it is not available to everyone. In fact, an estimated one billion people on this planet (that’s 1 person out of every 8) do not have access to clean, safe water.  Now THAT is truly astounding. And sobering.

For the next few months, we’re going to be looking at the issue of Clean Water. How do we get it? What about those one billion people who don’t have access to it? Please keep reading to find out more about this vital, indeed life-giving, resource . . .

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