2014 North Central Utility Rate Survey Results

AE2S Nexus is preparing to distribute the 2014 version of its annual North Central Utility Rate Survey. We would like to thank the 224 participants this year. We received responses from 108 systems serving populations of 5,000 and greater, 81 systems serving populations less than 5,000, and 35 regional systems. As in previous years, survey … Read more2014 North Central Utility Rate Survey Results

2014 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving 5,000 or Greater

If you participated in the 2014 AE2S North Central Utility Rate Survey compiled by AE2S Nexus, you will soon receive a complete copy of the printed survey results. Until then, here is a sneak peak at the Total Utility Bill (water, wastewater, and stormwater) graphics from the 2014 survey. The values reported in the following … Read more2014 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving 5,000 or Greater

2014 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving Less than 5,000

If you participated in the 2014 AE2S North Central Utility Rate Survey compiled by AE2S Nexus, you will soon receive a complete copy of the printed survey report. Until then, here is a sneak peak at the Total Utility Bill (water, wastewater, and stormwater) graphics from the 2014 survey. The values reported in the following … Read more2014 Rate Survey Results for Systems Serving Less than 5,000

Deadlines for Minnesota and Montana Grant Proposals to Fight Nonpoint Source Water Pollution

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) and Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) are seeking proposals for projects that will reduce nonpoint source pollution. Funding for selected projects will be provided by the Federal Clean Water Act Section 319 grant funds. Nonpoint source water pollution is caused by agricultural and forestry practices, urban and suburban … Read moreDeadlines for Minnesota and Montana Grant Proposals to Fight Nonpoint Source Water Pollution

President Obama Signs Bill that Includes Creation of Water Infrastructure Finance Innovations Authority

President Barack Obama signed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) into law in early June. It’s the first water resources bill to be approved since 2007. Here are some highlights of the WRRDA legislation: Provides funding for rural communities to comply with federal regulations. Establishes hard deadlines on the time and cost of … Read morePresident Obama Signs Bill that Includes Creation of Water Infrastructure Finance Innovations Authority