December 17, 2003 -- Volume 4, No. 51
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This week's NEWS

Nebraska is out in front on those pesky carbonators. Welcome to Arizona, you explosives guys from California. Now go home! BWA illustrates Murphy's Law: If something could go wrong, it will. Perchlorate is on the move and so is the money/effort to "seek and destroy." What is left after the $326,000+ per acre-foot water is gone? Bingham bests Brewer in bouquet, bombast and basketball, but... only in Maine! VAs due in two weeks for bigger guys while small-medium get free training. If the grasshoppers are eating your shovel handle, zap 'em with arsenic... and live with the legacy.


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  • AWWA is offering free vulnerability assessment seminars for small to medium systems
    Commentary:  PWS serving between 3,000 and 50,000 people face a June 30, 2004 deadline for completing their VAs. (REMINDER: The 50k-100k systems' VAs are due in two weeks on 12-31-03!!) The six seminars, which are underwritten by USEPA, are scattered across the US with the first on January 7th in Rapid City, SD (home to one of the best engineering schools in the US).

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