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Message from the Section Chair, Kim Kunihiro

The Florida Section of the American Water Works Association is dedicated to ensuring Florida's present and future generations a sufficient supply of high quality drinking water by providing critical information and opportunities to over 2,200 members. Our mission is to provide training and educational opportunities that meet the needs of our membership. We offer comprehensive technical training and continuing education programs, effective legislative and regulatory policy development, high quality member services and networking opportunities related to the water industry. Please use our website as your resource for training, technology and information. Info on the mentoring program - click here

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Massive Lake Okeechobee algae bloom getting more toxic
Algae blooms in the St. Lucie River are getting more numerous, and a massive bloom in Lake Okeechobee apparently is getting more toxic.

Five votes establish Westlake, Palm Beach County’s newest city

Palm Beach County's newest city — with big building plans, but few actual residents — got the go-ahead Monday after a five-person election turned old citrus groves into the city of Westlake.

JEA rates should stay at current levels in 2017, board votes to support August pension referendum
JEA customers shouldn’t see an increase in their electricity or water and sewer rates in 2017 after the utility’s board on Tuesday approved a budget maintaining the current levels.

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For our future generations, we need to conserve today! Be a steward of our water community. Educate, empower, inform and enlighten. Click here to watch a video.




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