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In an effort to be more transparent with the public, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched the Clean Water Act Jurisdictional Determination Website. This website allows the public to search for jurisdictional determinations (JD) that have been approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the EPA since August 28, 2015 using an interactive mapping tool and database. The tool also allows the user to filter the data by geographic location or USACE District and provides a link to the USACE’s Other Regulated Material (...

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The Texas Water Foundation will be hosting two water conservation symposiums next month. 

The Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium, Conservation Works! Building Programs from Simple to Sophisticated, will take place on Thursday, February 2 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the Canyon View Event Center in Austin. Highlights of this symposium include national trends in water efficiency, building and tracking conservation programs, rainwater harvesting programs and conservation tools.

The 6th Annual Gulf Coast Water...

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is now requesting Letters of Interest for water infrastructure projects from state, local, and tribal governments; private entities; partnerships; and State Revolving Fund programs across the country for consideration under the new Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program. Eligible projects include traditional water and wastewater projects as well as resiliency projects including desalination, aquifer recharge, water recycling and drought mitigation projects. 

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The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) is now requesting project information forms to be considered for the Clean and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds for the 2018 State Fiscal Year. This program provides funding for water and wastewater infrastructure projects include storm/flood water.  Loan forgiveness may be available for entities that are considered disadvantaged or those that include green infrastructure. 

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On Saturday, November 19, employees from our Fort Worth office volunteered for Trinity Habitat for Humanity (HFH) and and helped construct a local family’s first home. Amanda Johnson and Trang Nguyen, Cassie Seabourn, Nicholas McCormick, and Stephen Johnson were tasked with installing the siding around the house. 

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Last month, employees across all our offices committed to growing out their moustaches in support of the Movember Foundation’s movement to promote and fund awareness and education about men's health issues. Freese and Nichols pledged to donate $1 to the Foundation for every picture of a mustachioed employee (real moustache, or not so real) uploaded to our internal Wellness page.

We are pleased to announce Freese and Nichols will be donating $100 to the Movember Foundation. Thank you to all our...

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Congratulations to the project team for the Port Arthur Downtown Revitalization Plan, which has received the 2016 Long-Range Planning Award from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). The team accepted the recognition at the Texas APA annual conference in San Antonio on Nov. 4.

The award recognizes the plan for its...

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The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) announced that it will open the application period for the 2017 funding cycle of the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) program on December 1. Entities may submit applications until February 3, 2017 using TWDB’s abridged online application or by paper-copy.

As a reminder, to be eligible for SWIFT funding, projects must...

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