Regional Collaboration seeks to establish Toledo Area Water Authority

. March 14, 2018.
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Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz along with representatives of the City of Toledo and other communities that utilize Toledo’s wholesale water, seek to establish the Toledo Area Water Authority (TAWA). If established, this regional collaboration would give Toledo would have two voting members on a seven-member board that would seek to “better ensure a safe, redundant supply of water for the protection of public health,” according to the organization’s website. Join Toledo City Council President Matt Cherry and the Mayor for public meetings to discuss the proposed TAWA, to hear more about the plans and provide your own feedback. Upcoming meetings:

6-7:30pm on Thursday, March 15 at Sanger Branch Library (3030 W. Central Ave.) for Council District 5.

6-8pm on Thursday, March 22 at Friendship Park Community Center (2930 131st St.) for Council District 6.

6-7:30pm on Monday, March 26 at Gesu Sullivan Center (2049 Parkside Blvd.) for Council District 1.

5:30-7:30pm on Thursday, March 29 at Nexus Healthcare (1415 Jefferson Ave.) for Council District 4.

For more information, go to: toledo.oh.gov/regional-water or
toledowater.org 
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