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Mar 04, 2020
City of Richardson-Water Distribution System

Hunter Stephens-Assistant Director of Public Services

The Utilities Division consist of water and wastewater operations responsible for all asset maintenance necessary to make the water distribution system and wastewater collection system function properly.

Water Operations crews are charged with the responsibility of maintenance and repair of the water distribution system.  This includes maintenance of larger water lines, valves, fire hydrants and individual smaller service lines to meters at all residences and day to day maintenance of 5 pump stations (25 total Service Pumps), 7 ground storage reservoirs, 7 elevated towers, 5 sewer and lift station and 6 valve vaults.

Sewer Collection System collects and transports wastewater from all customers to waste water treatment plants. The collection system provides a dependable source for wastewater disposal in adequate quantities to meet the needs of all residential, commercial and industrial users.  The duties for crews over this system include routine and emergency cleaning, line stoppage removals, sewer taps, manhole construction and clean-out installation. 

 

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Games and Gala 2020
St. Paul Catholic Church Parish Center
Feb 29, 2020
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
 
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Interact Club

Wednesday, January 22 was an important milestone in the history of our Club as we celebrated the charter of our first Interact Club at Rotarian Karen Marx's International Leadership Texas High School (ILTGHS)!

Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. Interact clubs organize at least two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Rotary club sponsors mentor and guide Interactors as they carry out projects and develop leadership skills.

The serendipity here is that Rotary's motto is Service Above Self, and ILTGHS's is Others Before Self. Going forward, we have the wonderful opportunity to mentor, motivate, develop confidence, and encourage a new generation of leaders and hopefully future Rotarians.

Richardson East Rotary Club - Making It Happen for future generations!

 

 

Countdown to Games and Gala
The Games & Gala is soon here!
 
There is still time to make a difference to:
 
- Sell Tickets (G&G Chair - Tom Hummel)
- Get a Sponsor (G&G Chair - Ron Wilson)
- Get Silent Auction items (G&G Chair - Laurie Garvie)
 
The following are some important dates to keep in mind:
 
February 5th - Club Assembly
February 12th - G&G Committee will have a walk-through of the Parish Center after the lunch meeting
February 15th - Deadline to guarantee sponsor signage. Sponsor money is still accepted but we cannot guarantee the proper display at the G&G after this date.
February - 26th - Club Assembly
February - 26th - Final date for Silent Auction items.
February 29th - Games and Gala. Everybody to report to the Parish Center at 8 am for set up.
 
Here is a special message from Laurie related to Silent Auction:
 
We are in the home stretch with less than SIX WEEKS to go before our Richardson East Rotary Club Games and Gala! We need everyone in our club to contribute 4-6 items for the Silent Auction in order to reach our fundraising goals. We are collecting items, as well as gift cards and gift baskets. The most popular items are: gift cards for restaurants, entertainment, services (car washes, oil changes, manicures, etc.)
 
Please bring your items to any of our remaining Rotary meetings. Or, you may deliver them to Laurie Garvie at the Richardson Symphony Orchestra office, located at 399 West Campbell Road, Suite 200A in Richardson. Hours are M-F, 9-5.
 
 
New Proposed Members
Two new members have been proposed for RERC Membership.
 
Lesley Benson is a member of the Richardson Symphony Board and Richardson reads on book. She's a Richardson LR alumni from class XXXIV
 
Shawn Poe is serving as Director of Engineering for the City's Capital Projects Department. Shawn has worked in the municipal engineering field for more than 24 years 
 
The have been approved by the board and are announced here to the full membership.
 
Duties on 2/5/2020
Greeters - Mary Bedosky, Wendy Seale
Prayer & Pledge - Craig Overstreet
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