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/News---Info/Blog/April-2014/Nothing--Watered-Down”-About-This-Convention Pat Morrow, PE
The water and wastewater professionals of MSA are back from their attendance at the annual Wisconsin Rural Water Association convention in Green Bay. MSA wastewater engineer Pat Morrow gives us a recap of the convention.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2014/Stormwater-Ponds-Are-a-Thing-of-Beauty Eric Thompson, PE, CFM

Stormwater ponds provide a valuable function in the management of water runoff. They provide a retention area to prevent flooding and allow for the settling of sediments to reduce total suspended solids in the water. But, just because they have a utilitarian purpose, doesn’t mean they have to have a utilitarian design.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2014/Wisconsin-Approves-an-Additional-$43-Million-in-Tr Andrew Potts

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a bill into law on Wednesday that will fund an additional $43 million in transportation infrastructure projects.  Due to improving revenue streams, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) was projected to have an $84.6 million surplus at the end of the 2013-15 biennium.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2014/Success-Story---Marshfield,-WI Amanda Rethwisch
The City of Marshfield was designing plans for reconstructing 0.5 miles of Lincoln Avenue in Marshfield, WI when applications for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding became available. MSA assisted the City in transforming the existing plans to meet the requirements for the ARRA funding and get approved by the state legislature.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2014/Success-Story---Horicon-Well-and-Wellhouse--5 Amanda Rethwisch
Per Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) requirements, the City of Horicon was designing a new well and wellhouse facility. The WDNR required that the City abandon two of its four existing wells. MSA assisted the City in obtaining a 50% low interest loan, and a 50% grant from the DNR Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

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