Tampa Bay Water Blog
Tampa Bay Water’s board of directors yesterday took actions at its October meeting to ensure the region has enough drinking water for at least the next 20 years.
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Over the next several months, Tampa Bay Water will begin using Granicus government meeting technology for its board meeting agendas, minutes and public meetings. Granicus is a digital cloud platform used by many local governments to ensure public meetings run smoothly and ensure the process is open and transparent to the public.
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Turn on the tap, and clean water flows out. The Tampa Bay region enjoys a reliable water supply and we don’t have to think twice about the work and infrastructure that brings water to our homes. On Imagine a Day Without Water, take a moment to think about what would happen if you couldn’t turn on the tap and get clean drinking water. What would that day be like?
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Tampa Bay Water’s board extended its commitment to reducing non-point source pollution and efficient water use by continuing funding for the Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough county Florida-Friendly Landscaping (FFL) program. At its August meeting, the board approved $488,224 in total funding to support FFL in its efforts to promote wise irrigation practices and proper Florida landscape designs. Improving outdoor efficiency can yield far-reaching results.
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Tampa Bay Water continues to work closely with Hillsborough County to ensure adequate supplies of drinking water are delivered to fast-growing south Hillsborough County.  Since June, Tampa Bay Water staff has identified potential properties for a new booster pump station site to deliver additional water through existing pipelines.  Additionally, Hillsborough County has increased its receipt of flows at its Central water treatment facility. 
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