Recent Rains Ease Drought Concerns, But Water Works Encourages Continued Conservation

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With the recent rains, the relief felt at the May 9th Osceola Water Works Board of Trustees meeting was palpable. With a jump in lake levels of more than 3.75 feet, the board unanimously decided to exit Section 3 – Water Emergency of the Osceola Water Works Conservation Ordinance and enter into Section 2 – Water Warning. 

Click through to the latest update from the Osceola Water Works team and learn more about what Section 2 – Water Warning means to you and your water use…

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New Water Works Board Member and Staff Added to Represent Diverse Community

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The Osceola Water Works Board spent time in selecting their next representative on the board as well as new staff positions. ztheir goal was to properly represent the growing Hispanic community in Osceola.

Check out the latest additions to Osceola Water Works and welcome Sandra and Maria to the team!

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