Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2010 - (Page 26)

Telling Our Story: THE CITY OF BY JOHN HOAGLAND, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MISSOURI RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION Fisk ASK ANY EXECUTIVE director of a state rural water association how successful they are in getting their staff to document the work they do for their members in the field every day with expanded narrative, photos, etc., and chances are they’ll laugh, roll their eyes and shake their head. Truth is, if Americans as a whole are a modest bunch, “rural” Americans and the employees of most rural water associations, just like the systems they serve, are modest almost to a fault. 26 • First Quarter 2010

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2010

Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2010
Table of Contents
From the President
H2O-XPO to Waterpro
The Utility Perspective
The State Rural Water Association Perspective
The Washington DC Perspective
Recent Drinking Water Quality Claims Unfounded
Telling Our Story: The City of Risk
Finding Art in Unexpected Places
Regulatory Update
Throwing My Loop
Index to Advertisers
From the CEO

Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2010