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With the anticipation for the Texas Municipal League's 100th annual Conference and Exhibition in November, Freese and Nichols has started a Twitter campaign to welcome TML to the Century Club and encourage conference attendees to use social media communication tools.

By using the hashtag #TheCenturyClub, Freese and Nichols has started a grouped, online conversation that clients are invited to participate in. Each week, the Freese and Nichols Social Media...

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The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) has provided an update on the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) application process. At this time, the categories for which DWSRF funding has been spoken include disadvantaged communities, very small communities, and green projects. Funds are still available in the mainstream DWSRF. Click here for more details.

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Please join professionals from Freese and Nichols at the American Planning Association Texas Chapter's Annual Conference on Oct. 3-6 in Fort Worth, Texas.

We also invite you to join our online conference conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #TXAPA12. We look forward to your tweets.

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Typically, this time of year is “grant season” for many of our stormwater projects. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) sponsors a number of annual grants that can be used for stormwater projects. All FEMA annual grant programs have been delayed until the Congressional budget is finalized. The expectation is that the budget will be finalized following the Presidential election in November, which will likely open the grant application period in December or January. However, there is a slim chance that funding could be made available in October if Congress approves a six-month...

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The Texas Water Resources Institute interviewed Heather Harward, executive director of H2O4TEXAS, to learn more about the coalition.

Click here to view the interview.

Freese and Nichols is a sponsor of the ​H2O4TEXAS Coalition, which was created to increase public awareness of the critical water shortfalls facing our state and mobilize support for full implementation of the State Water Plan.

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The Fort Worth Star-Telegram wrote about the Division Street Master Plan. The project envisions redevelopment opportunities for Division Street, a major thoroughfare in central Arlington.

Read the article here: How to give Division Street a makeover

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Freese and Nichols is one of two firms assisting with the The City of Tyler's Medical District Area Development Plan. The plan aims to improve accessibility and establish an identity for Tyler's Midtown area, which is home to two hospitals and Tyler Junior College.

Click here to read the full article in the Tyler Morning Telegraph.

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Freese and Nichols, Inc. and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) have collaborated to provide training classes on Bioretention Design, Downstream Assessments, and Maintenance and Inspection of Stormwater Controls. These courses are in conjunction with the integrated Stormwater Management (iSWM™) Program.

Videos of the three courses along with associated handouts are available at no charge on the NCTCOG website.

Note: Bioretention Design varies based on regional characteristics and the video noted above is...

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