Tampa Bay Water Blog
Archive by month: 2013-4Return
It’s spring in central Florida and that means it’s the dry season. This year it’s drier than normal and with once a week watering restrictions in effect, the ability to operate your irrigation system efficiently is important. It can be easy to avoid any issues if you follow a few simple, preventative maintenance steps.
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Tampa Bay Water’s governing documents require the utility to develop and maintain a Long-Term Master Water Plan. Changes in population and climate fluctuations require the utility to constantly plan for the future, and this comprehensive document provides a framework for meeting the region’s future drinking water needs
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Tampa Bay Water’s contractor, Kiewit Infrastructure South, began construction on the Reservoir Renovation Project in February. Kiewit is implementing a multi-step solution to make the reservoir fully functional. First, Kiewit is removing the existing erosion-control layer; second, it is adding a drain and third, Kiewit is adding thicker, stronger soil cement to the interior.
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Just in time for the dry season and Water Conservation Month, Tampa Bay Water has rolled out a public awareness campaign designed to reduce outdoor water use. The “Water Smarter” campaign asks residents to take specific actions to reduce outdoor water use in April, May and early June when area water use typically increases.
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The agency’s current general manager, Gerald Seeber, has resigned from Tampa Bay Water effective April 15. With that resignation, Tampa Bay Water has initiated a search for a new administrator to lead the agency.
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