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Only four Hoosers elected into ALI this year 
Citizens, City and United Water Partner for 27th Annual Cleanup 
Commit to Conserve - 3/19/2015
World Water Day Prompts Online Pledge
Financial assistance is still available 
Free Chlorine Period Comes to an End
Map makes it easy for customers to find utility outages in their neighborhood
Simple Tips to Protect You and Your Home
Tunnel to store 17 million additional gallons of raw sewage

Brown Donates Countless Hours Caring for Feral Cats

Few Customers Will Notice Slight Change in Taste and Order of Water
Donation Budget Doubles for Seventh Annual Sharing the Dream 
Residents encouraged to be proactive at home
Properly Dispose of Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG)
Properly Dispose of Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG)
Simple, Low-Cost Tips Save Up to 10% on Bills
Volunteers plant hundreds of trees near Haughville
Keep Storm Drains Clear 
Smoke detectors given to 500 people
Assistance available for customers in need
Assistance available for customers in need
Jeff Harrison to Become New President & CEO
Finalist for the Second Time in Three Years
Program Aimed to Reduce Unemployment Rates
Online Pledges Help Keep Water Supply Clean
New Site Makes Doing Business with Us Easy and Convenient
Customers Can Do their Part to Keep Water Clean

Joseph Sutherland Named Director, Government and External Affairs at Citizens

Second Liquefied Natural Gas Facility Opened in Less than Eight Months


Revenue to Fund System Expansion and Natural Gas Conversion

$444 Million Investment Will Improve Water Quality in Area Streams

Frontline Leadership Skills Training Focuses on Enhancing DPS Leaders


Citizens, City and Community Groups Partner in 26th Annual Cleanup

Citizens, City and Community Groups Partner in 26th Annual Cleanup

Work will Improve System Reliability While Supporting Hundreds of Jobs

Citizens Spending Millions to Address the Problem

Ted Foxworthy Recognized for Countless Volunteer Hours

Small Fixes Can Save Water and Money

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