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Calendar of Events - Florida Water Environment Association

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Operations Challenge Sponsorships 2020-2021
2/27/2020 - 11/1/2020
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Central Florida Chapter Sponsor 2020-21
5/6/2020 - 8/31/2020
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Events in the month of April 2019
DateEvent
4/4/2019
UCF Interview Workshop

4/8/2019
FWEA Central Florida Chapter Elections

FWEA Central Florida Chapter Elections
April 8th at 12:00PM – 1:00PM
200 E. Robinson St. Suite 1400 Orlando FL 32801
Contact Tonya Sonier for more detail at tsonier@carollo.com
 

4/13/2019
Baynanza: Biscayne Bay Clean Up

Dear Members,

Baynanza, our yearly bay clean up event, will take place on Saturday April 13th. This year we will be joining forces with AWWA at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens at 9:00 am. Come on out, join the fun, and help clean up our bay.

Please RSVP to www.fsawwa.org/2019Baynanza

Breakfast will be provided. Check out the flyer for additional details on what to bring (link below).

Hope to see you there!

Layla


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4/14/2019
 -4/17/2019
Florida Water Resources Conference

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4/14/2019
FWEA Board of Directors Meeting

This is the regular meeting of the FWEA Board of Directors. The meeting will take place at FWRC.

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4/16/2019
Utility Management Committee Conference Call

Regular conference call meeting at FWRC.

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4/17/2019
FWEA Utility Council Meeting

This is the regular meeting of the FWEA Utility Council.  For more information, please visit the FWEA Utility Council Meeting Schedule or contact us at ucadmin@fweauc.org.

4/26/2019
South Chapter Quarterly Meeting: Septic Systems Vulnerable to Sea Level Rise - Ongoing Efforts

Please join us for our quarterly lunch meeting on April 26th where you'll hear about Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department's efforts to understand the effects of sea level rise on septic systems in Miami-Dade County.
 

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