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NWSA continues to grow; please welcome new members

Since the NWSA Annual Meeting 2021, held in Kansas City, MO, NWSA has welcomed seven new members, expanding NWSA’s geographic footprint and diversifying the types of organizations involved in Advancing the Interests of Water Supply Providers:

Full, Class A Members:

Dallas Water Utilities (TX)

San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (CA)

State of South Dakota (SD)

New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NY)

Affiliate, Class B Members:

Jones Fortuna LP

Burns & McDonnell

Texas Water Conservation Association

The next NWSA Newsletter will include articles on our newest members. In addition, the Outreach Committee, chaired by George Otstott, is working to recruit additional members. If you are interested in participating in the Outreach Committee’s efforts, please reach out to George at

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