The Water Calendar
Key meetings and events over the coming weeks.
Trib+Water brings you a listing of meetings, conferences and other events of note in the Texas water community:
Wednesday, Nov. 16
- Lower Colorado River Authority Board of Directors Meeting; 3700 Lake Austin Blvd., Austin (9 a.m.)
- 16th Annual Bell County Water Symposium; Texas A&M Central Texas, 1001 Leadership Place, Killeen (8 a.m.)
- Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Board of Directors Meeting; 933 E. Court St., Seguin (10 a.m.)
- San Antonio River Authority Board of Directors Meeting; 100 E. Guenther St., San Antonio (2 p.m.)
- Advanced Metering Infrastructure Solutions for Municipal Utilities; 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd., Fort Worth (10 a.m.)
Thursday, Nov. 17
- Texas Water Development Board Meeting; Stephen F. Austin Bldg., Room 170, 1700 N. Congress Ave., Austin (9:30 a.m.)
- North Texas Municipal Water District, Work Session & Board Meeting; 501 E. Brown St., Wylie (4 p.m.)
- Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District Meeting; 1124 Regal Row, Austin (6 p.m.)
Tuesday, Nov. 29
- Advanced Metering Infrastructure Solutions for Municipal Utilities; 505 E. Brown St., Wylie (10 a.m.)
Wednesday, Nov. 30
- Advanced Metering Infrastructure Solutions for Municipal Utilities; 4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco (10 a.m.)
Items for the Texas Water Events calendar are collected and curated by Todd Votteler, Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Water Journal. Additional calendar events can be found here.
Trib+Water also brings you the latest hires, promotions and appointments of note in the water community:
Gov. Greg Abbott has named three people — Dale Morton of Nacogdoches, John "Skip" Ogle of Tyler and Francis Spruiell of Center — to the board of directors for the Angelina and Neches River Authority.
Their terms will run until Sept. 5, 2021.
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