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Truckee Meadows Water Authority Now Accepting Applications for Standing Advisory Committee Members



The Standing Advisory Committee (SAC) is an oversight committee made up of Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) customers. It reviews budgets, rate proposals, and other items, reading reports and providing feedback from the customer perspective. The committee reports its findings and makes recommendations to TMWA’s Board of Directors.

This volunteer committee meets the first Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. Those interested in serving on SAC must be TMWA customers who represent either multi-family residential, single-family residential, commercial or irrigation customers.

Applications to serve on the committee can be submitted via letter or e-mail and must be received by Monday, Jan. 31, 2011. Applications should include the following:

  • Applicant’s name and contact information
  • Type of customer (multi-family residential, single-family residential, commercial or irrigation customer)
  • Statement of interest in serving SAC
  • Any pertinent experience

Submit applications, by Jan. 31, 2011 to Lora Rose Richards at [email protected] or mail to Truckee Meadows Water Authority, PO Box 30013, Reno, NV 89520, ATTN: Lora Rose Richards.

Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) is a not-for-profit water utility, overseen by elected officials from Reno, Sparks and Washoe County. TMWA employs a highly skilled team who ensure the treatment, delivery and availability of high-quality drinking water around the clock for more than 330,000 residents of the Truckee Meadows.

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