Rural Water - Quarter 2, 2011 - (Page 41)

Throwing My Loop… Miller’s Drug BY MICHAEL JOHNSON WOULDN’T IT BE nice to go back to a more simple time? A time when we seemed to like each other? When we said hello and when there was harmony in the place we lived…and when the world seemed new? And wouldn’t it be something good to live in a nice little place where everyone knew your name? Where you had loved ones around on the holidays, friends to watch the game with and barbeque anything that wasn’t alive, and a family to sit with in church? To have what most of us never have and want so badly – a family that we are close to, and a family that loves us. Believe it or not, I actually go to a place like that about once a week where all those small and sweet dreams still come true. Continued on page 43 Second Quarter 2011 • 41 PHOTO PROVIDED BY SAM FENSTERMACHER.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 2, 2011

Rural Water - Quarter 2, 2011
From the President
Reducing Energy Costs for Public Water Systems
Are You There Yet? Evaluating Your Portfolio
Where the Dollars Are: The Low Hanging Fruit in Money and Energy Savings
Information Technology and Water Systems
Stormwater Solution
The Next Workforce
Water University Graduates
The Voice of Rural Water: Rural Water Rally 2011
Regulatory Update
Throwing My Loop
Index to Advertisers/
From the CEO

Rural Water - Quarter 2, 2011