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Documents from the January 2017 Workshop

Documents from the January 2017 Workshop

Information from the January 19, 2017 Workshop at NHCRWA

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NHCRWA ANNOUNCES NEW DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER

NHCRWA ANNOUNCES NEW DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER

Jun Chang, P.E., D.WRE, formerly the Deputy Director of Public Works & Engineering Department for the City of Houston, has joined the North Harris County Regional Water Authority as Deputy General Manager.

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TWDB Approves Financial Assistance for Local Water Projects

TWDB Approves Financial Assistance for Local Water Projects

The four projects that will receive SWIFT funding include: the Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion ($551,760,000); the Second Source Transmission Line Phase I ($222,135,000); the Second Source Transmission Line Phase II ($135,385,000); and the 2025 Distribution System ($44,125,000).

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IMPACT News editorial briefing with local water organizations

IMPACT News editorial briefing with local water organizations

Population growth in the Greater Houston area continues to put a strain on groundwater resources throughout the region. Several groundwater conservation and subsidence organizations have formed in recent years to reduce the dependency their communities have on groundwater and prevent subsidence.

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Executive Summary of the Second Supplement

Executive Summary of the Second Supplement

This Executive Summary outlines the terms of the proposed Second Supplement to Water Supply Contract between the City of Houston, Texas and the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Second Supplement”).

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Why does the cost of water keep going up?

Why does the cost of water keep going up?

Thanks to cooperation by the many MUDs within the Authority’s boundaries – and the imposition of pumpage fees that are passed through to all water users – the groundwater reduction goals of the initial 2010 mandate have been met. The challenge continues, however, with some of the biggest hurdles still ahead.

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Al Rendl’s interview on Houston Real Estate Radio

Al Rendl's interview on Houston Real Estate Radio

Houston Real Estate Radio talks to Al Rendl, Vice President of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority, about the upcoming Houston water shortages, what is being done about it, and how it effects you and your water bills.

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Water Authority Expresses Support For Legislative Plan

Water Authority Expresses Support For Legislative Plan
Water Authority Expresses Support For Comprehensive Legislative Plan to Fund Water Infrastructure Projects. The North Harris County Regional Water Authority’s (NHCRWA) Board of Directors unanimously adopted a Resolution in support of legislative measures authorizing the use of the State’s Economic Stabilization Fund as an appropriate source to [...]Read more

Water Authority Testimony Stresses Need For Water Project Funding

Water Authority Testimony Stresses Need For Water Project Funding
Alan J. Rendl giving testimony before the House Committee on County Affairs. In testimony before the House Committee on County Affairs, Alan J. Rendl, President of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA), urged the Legislature to support the appropriation of general revenue to back the [...]Read more

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