Does your community need to be better informed about drought management? Do you wonder what the rules for Splashpads are now? Have you gotten a recent update from the EPA on what’s expected of you for 2015? If you need answers to these and any other water and environmental issue then you need to register for this Friday’s day long workshop dedicated to getting you that information.
Join us for an action packed day on March 16th that will include the "If I were Mayor..." essay contest winners, the "Oklahoma Cities and Towns: The Pieces that Form a Great State" video debut, an update on legislation affecting cities and towns, we will be honoring and presenting our two legislators of the year, exhibits on the 4th floor in the rotunda and much, much more!
New rules by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality effective September 7, 2014 require purchase water systems to increase testing from once (1) per month to a minimum of ninety (90) times per month. The testing is required for chlorine residual twice daily in the distribution system and once at point of entry (POE) into the system. This will greatly increase required testing costs.
OML seeks an experienced professional to serve as the Director of Research and Fiscal Analyst. This position will lead OML’s research efforts to design and implement appropriate research tools to meet the League’s priority information needs.