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What we do at Municipal Water Leader Magazine

Municipal Water Leader is dedicated to the men and woman providing water to consumers and businesses across the United States. Our interviews with municipal water managers and personnel; supplier representatives; and leading local, state, and federal government officials distill the issues of the day and offer real-world perspectives and insight.

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Volume 11 Issue 5 May

For the past 20 years, the Tucson area’s Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District has been planning for the future by storing excess Central Arizona Project (CAP)…

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Volume 11 Issue 4 April

It’s not too often that you encounter a technology you truly think will change the industry—but one of those moments came recently for me when I learned about SewerAI. By…

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Volume 11 Issue 3 March

This year, Mark Krause is retiring after nearly 30 years of service to Desert Water Agency (DWA), 8 of them as its general manager. Steady, unflappable, highly competent, and …

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Volume 11 Issue 2 February

The City of Santa Fe has become a water leader through two main paradigm shifts: first, a successful push for water conservation featuring tiered rate structures and efficient…

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Volume 11 Issue 1 January

For an underresourced water utility, even drawing up plans to improve its efficiency and operations can seem like an insuperable task. That’s where. Moonshot Missions comes…

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Volume 10 Issue 10 Nov/Dec

This month, we’re proud to feature a cover interview with Adán Ortega, the new chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the enormous…

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Volume 10 Issue 9 October

Water Professionals International (WPI) is the certification entity for the water industry, creating operator certifications and elevating the municipal water industry’s level of…

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Volume 10 Issue 8 September

State Technical College of Missouri has a 99 percent job placement rate and is ranked number 3 in Forbes magazine’s nationwide list of the top 25 2‐year trade schools—statistics…

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Our publication serves as a clearinghouse for requests for proposals and job listings published by water agencies and irrigation districts throughout the United States. We publish job listings at no charge on our website and in our print magazine as well as in its sister publications, Irrigation Leader and Hydro Leader.