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Rural Water and Sewer District #4 Lincoln County Honored

Rural Water and Sewer District #4 Lincoln County Honored

Governor Stitt issued a proclamation to Rural Water and Sewer District #4 Lincoln County for their commitment to sustainability in the water industry. Rural Water and Sewer District #4 Lincoln County was presented with a proclamation from Governor Kevin Stitt on July 20, 2020 for compiling their long range sustainability plan and for implementing efforts …

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Cherokee County Rural Water District #7 Honored

Cherokee County Rural Water District #7 Honored

Governor Stitt issued a proclamation to Cherokee County Rural Water District commending their commitment to sustainability in the water industry. Cherokee County Rural Water District #7 was presented with a proclamation from Governor Kevin Stitt on July 14, 2020 for compiling their long range sustainability plan and for implementing efforts to become more sustainable. Cherokee …

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Face Masks Available

Face Masks Available to Public Water and Wastewater Personnel

The ORWA has coordinated with EPA to distribute free, washable and reusable cloth (cotton) face masks provided by FEMA. These masks are available to all water and wastewater system full-time employees, regardless of size, while supplies last. These masks will be available for pickup at various distribution points around the State of Oklahoma. Masks are …

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FEMA

FEMA Funds Approved in Oklahoma

Cornell Wesley, former representative for the U.S. Department of Commerce-EDA and Jimmy E. Seago, Deputy CEO of Oklahoma Rural Water Association, Advocates Availability of FEMA funds for Rural Community Development. At the most recent Beckham County Rural Water #1 board meeting, Cornell Wesley, former representative for the U.S. Department of Commerce-EDA and Jimmy E. Seago, …

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