Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2014 - (Page 34)

MANAGING YOUR WATER SYSTEM Professional Status Is Achievable...Isn't It? BY SOUTH DAKOTA ASSOCIATION OF RURAL WATER SYSTEMS STAFF SEVERAL YEARS AGO, the three major associations Environment Federation organizations provided that most utility workers relate to warned us about guidelines for this huge challenge of replacing the an upcoming situation that may change the way aging workforce that handles the daily task of we look at water and wastewater utility staff. supplying safe drinking water to consumers along The issue was "baby boomer retirement." National with adequate wastewater treatment in protecting Rural Water, American Water Works, and Water our nation's waterways. 34 * Third Quarter 2014

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2014

From the President
Dressing Your Entire Utility for Success
Go the Extra Mile
Customer Service: Getting Along With Mildred
Changing of the Guard in Public Works
Employee Rights and Their Limits
Professional Status Is Achievable…Isn’t It?
Power Up the Board Retreat
Cleared for Takeoff! Flight Plan for the Strategic Plan
The Safe Drinking Water Act’s 40th Anniversary
Regulatory Update
Throwing My Loop
Index to advertisers/
From the CEO

Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2014