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Dec. 4, 2019 -- AE2S HR Director Megan Houser is among 40 of the top business professionals under the age of 40 in the Northern Plains. Prairie Business Magazine’s 2019 list includes inspiring and dedicated professionals from a wide range of industries who have made significant impact in their chosen professions, industries and communities.
“These young professionals help tell the larger story of the region’s economy -- that business is strong in the prairieland and companies are seeking the best, most innovative and talented workers to help it stay strong,” said Andrew Weeks, Prairie Business Editor. “I am impressed by each of these ambitious, visionary and skilled individuals.”...Read more
There are many ways to explain a project. The most common options include presentations, white papers, and articles. However, story maps are quickly becoming a popular option because they combine geographic information system (GIS) and map data with descriptive text, images, and multimedia content.Read more
AE2S Nexus has published the 2019 version of its annual Utility Rate Survey, and the booklets are being distributed to all participants. We would like to thank the 326 participants this year. AE2S Nexus received responses from 132 systems serving populations 5,000 and greater, 151 systems serving populations less than 5,000, and 43 regional rural systems. Survey data was solicited from utilities in Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.Read more
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan sparked concern across the nation in 2015 when it became widely known that lead entered the water supply from plumbing fixtures and aging pipe infrastructure, causing elevated levels of the heavy metal neurotoxin and rendering the water unsafe. Events like these cast a spotlight on plans for the revision of the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) of 1991.Read more
Affordability is a top concern cited by policy makers and utility managers. From a big picture perspective, unaffordable utility rates create two problems: 1) hardship for ratepayers, and 2) inadequate revenues for the utility. This article does not address how or why utility charges may reach a level that is viewed as unaffordable. Rather, it discusses the practice of billing frequency and the role it can play in revenue adequacy for a utility.Read more
Our annual rate survey looks at water, wastewater, stormwater, and solid waste utility rates and provides you with valuable comparisons based on different variables. Participants have found the survey very helpful in rate-planning activities.
All participants receive a complimentary copy of the report.Take the 2020 Utility Rate Survey
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