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Plenary Session - South

12/13/2017

Location: South - This Plenary needs a host.


All-Member (Plenary) Meeting - North

San Jose Water Company, 1221A South Bascom Ave., San Jose, CA 95128

9/20/2017

 

All-Member (Plenary) Meeting

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017


10:00am - 3:00pm
San Jose Water Company
1221A South Bascom Avenue   
San Jose, CA 95128

Our next membership meeting will be Wednesday, September 20 at the San Jose Water Company.  Please put this on your calendar and plan to attend in person.  We are strongly urging everyone to join us on site for two reasons:  1) We want to have an open membership discussion of the AWE affiliation recommendations, which are an important strategic change for the partnership; and 2) We are reinstating the former plenary tradition of having great keynote speakers and panelists. For September we have a truly killer keynote speaker confirmed:  Jamie Workman of AquaShares will open the meeting and reprise his international keynote talk that he gave at the Efficient2017 conference in Bath, England.  This will be a very interesting presentation about the customer conservation credits trading platform that he is building in Sonoma County at the Valley of the Moon Water District.  This awesome keynote talk should not be missed!
 
See you in San Jose on Wednesday September 20!
 
Please click here to see Jamie Workman's bio.

For more information, please contact Michael Walker



 


2014 Excellence Awards

Monday, October 20, 2014
Each year the Council proudly honors two deserving individuals for their outstanding efforts in the water conservation and water use efficiency industry. This is the time of year that we recognize the many accomplishments made by the progressive and strong leaders within California. Read more...

MOU Revision Proposal

Monday, August 18, 2014

In 2013, the California Urban Water Conservation Council’s (CUWCC) Board of Directors established a Bylaws Committee to review the MOU Bylaws. The goals of the Committee were to:

  • Ensure the Bylaws were in full compliance with California non-profit corporation law; and
  • Ensure the Council maintains its current structure; improve clarity and consistency; and
  • Identify benefits of Full Membership.

Since then, the Council has engaged with outside counsel to ensure compliance with California law. The Bylaws Committee proposed a variety of changes that outside counsel recommended in order to achieve full compliance.

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