Wed., Jan. 24, 2018
5:30 – 7:00pm
CK Newsome Center
100 Walnut Street
A Closer Look at Bee Slough & a New Water Feature over the Ohio River
Evansville Water & Sewer Utility Executive Director Allen Mounts will discuss changes coming to Bee Slough and how it relates to a new water feature to be constructed overlooking the Ohio River.
Mounts will also unveil a new documentary showcasing how new technology is transforming Evansville’s water utility.
What Is Bee Slough?
What’s Bee Slough and Why We Should Fix It (video)
Plan for Bee Slough Changes
Download the January 2018 UNOE Newsletter
FEATURES THIS MONTH
January General Meeting
Guest Speaker: Mike Labitzke, Deputy Director Utilities, will present the Refresh Evansville strategy to replace aging water mains and supporting infrastructure
Election of UNOE Officers: Current slate of nominees & info for adding others
Evansville’s Food Desert – read more in the President’s message and map on pages 2 & 3
Mardi Gras Grand Parade – UNOE float information
Neighborhood Speaking Series with Nick Hermann, Vanderburgh County Prosector, and Dave Wedding, Vanderburgh County Sheriff
Meet Your Legislator 2018 dates
(Page 8: Dates to Remember) South Sector Meeting – Thurs., Jan. 11 (2nd Thursdays)
The newsletter is also available on our Facebook page.
Join us for our
January General Meeting
Thu., Jan. 25, 2018
C.K. Newsome Center
100 Walnut St.
UNOE ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Nominations are open until the time of voting during the General Meeting. If you have someone from your neighborhood to nominate as an Officer with the Board of Directors of UNOE, contact the office staff at email@example.com or 812-428-4243.
Mike Labitzke, the Deputy Director Utilities, with the City’s Program Management Office. Mike will be sharing information about the 2018 Projects with the Water Replacement Program for the City-wide Distribution System.
Refresh Evansville is a long-term strategy to replace aging water mains and supporting infrastructure.
The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility maintains 1,000 miles of water lines within the system, of which 600 miles are cast-iron pipes with an average age of over 90 years. These are now at or past their life expectancy.
Refresh Evansville will take decades to complete, but these ongoing annual improvements will ensure that our children and future generations will continue to enjoy safe, clean drinking water.
Download their Customer Information Kit.