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All posts tagged: Green City, Clean Waters

blog entries tagged "Green City, Clean Waters"



New Rates in September: What to Expect, What You Help Fund

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

After months of public and technical hearings that allow Philadelphia to transparently set rates for the water, sewer and stormwater services we provide, our customers will see changes on their September bills. The independent Water Rate Board officially approved new rates in July for the next two years....

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What's with the Requested Rate Change?: 9 Ways to Learn More, Get Involved

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Customers, City Council, Mayor Kenney, and the Water Rate Board were recently informed that we need to raise rates. Increased rates will ensure we have the resources we need to better maintain one of the oldest water systems in the country. As a part of the process—and to promote transparency—we are holding seven Public Input Hearings across the city....

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Join Us in Making Germantown's Bringhurst Park Greener

Monday, March 26, 2018

As part of ongoing efforts to involve residents in designing these planned green improvements, we are currently working with neighbors and others who use Bringhurst Park to revamp the space and add stormwater management features. A meeting to discuss the project and collect feedback about possible improvements will be held at the park on Wednesday, April 4 at 5:30 p.m....

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Calling Changemakers: Follow this AmeriCorps VISTA's Lead

Friday, March 23, 2018  |  Sam Boden

by Sam Boden, current VISTA | I jumped into my AmeriCorps VISTA service year with no idea what to expect. Even though I was provided with a project description and ample training from the city and CNCS (Corporation for National and Community Service), I wondered how I would make an impact while working for a municipal water utility....

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