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September 15 is "Imagine a Day Without Water". Visit http://imagineadaywithoutwater.org for more information. #ValueWater
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Did You Know? An important guideline for the operation of a public utility is the Certificate of Convenience and Necessity, known as the CCN. The CCN authorizes and requires a utility to provide adequate and continuous service to every customer who requests service within a specific geographic area.

Typically, a public water utility with a CCN is the only service provider allowed to supply water in that territory. The reason is to make utility service more efficient by avoiding fragmented utility systems, as well as spreading infrastructure costs over a larger number of customers. This helps utilities plan for growth on a long-term basis across their entire service area while keeping costs lower.

A map of Aqua Water Supply’s service area is available on the Aqua website: www.aquawsc.com/water_services/index/service_area_map
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Aqua Water Supply Corporation will hold its 2016 Annual Meeting at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall located at 4045 FM 535 in Rockne, on Friday, March 4, 2016. Registration begins at 1:00 p.m. and the meeting convenes at 2:00 p.m.
All Aqua members who attend the Annual Meeting will be eligible for door prizes. The prize drawing will be held at the end of the meeting. We hope to see you there!
For more information about the Annual Membership Meeting, visit www.aquawsc.com.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: In recent days, some of our members have been contacted by someone stating their check to Aqua Water Supply has been returned for non-payment. Customers are then asked to pay with a credit card over the phone or their water will be disconnected. Aqua is NOT conducting these calls and the people making them are NOT connected with Aqua in any way.
If you do receive one of these calls, do not give out your credit card information. Should you have any questions, please contact Aqua at (512) 303-3943. Thank you.

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We wish you a very Merry Christmas, from our family to yours!
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As the weather gets colder, here are a few helpful tips to prepare your water pipes for winter:
If you are planning to travel, leave the heat on in your home and set the thermostat at 55°F or higher to avoid frozen pipes.
Remove and drain garden hoses and put them into storage. Low-cost, insulating materials can be found at local home improvement or retail stores to cover outdoor faucets.
Water pipes in unheated areas of the home can freeze and burst when the outside temperature reaches 20°F or below. Consider wrapping heat tape or a pipe sleeve around exposed pipes.
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Learn to Conserve -- In the fall, reduce irrigation run times for a healthier lawn. Overwatering and cooler weather creates an environment for the development of “brown patch”, and lawns that are heavily fertilized and overwatered are most susceptible. Affected patches of this lawn-devastating disease are brown in color and circular in shape, but may become irregular as diseased areas enlarge and merge. They range in size from small spots during the early stage to areas over 50 feet in diameter later in the season.
For more information, visit the Texas A&M AgriLife website and type “brown patch” in the search box: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu. ‪#‎LearnToConserve‬
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Please note that Aqua Water employees are monitoring areas affected by the fires, and turning off customer valves as needed to help prevent the loss of water.
In the event of an emergency after hours or over the weekend, please call the Aqua office at (512) 303-3943 and select #3 to reach on-call personnel.
Stay safe!
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