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Certificate of Achievement For Financial Excellence

Mustang SUD Receives Certificate for Financial Excellence

 

 

(Chicago, Illinois)–The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to Mustang Special Utility District by Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.

An Award of Financial Reporting Achievement has been awarded to the individual(s) or department designated by the government as primarily responsible for preparing the award-winning CAFR.

The CAFR has been judged by an impartial panel to meet the high standards of the program, which includes demonstrating a constructive “spirit of full disclosure” to clearly communicate its financial story and motivate potential users and user groups to read the CAFR.

 

Government Finance Officers Association is a major professional association servicing the needs of nearly 19,000 appointed and elected local, state, and provincial-level government officials and other finance practitioners. It provides top quality publications training programs, services, and products designed to enhance the skills and performance of those responsible for government finance policy and management. The association is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, with offices in Washington, D.C.

 

For more information contact:
Michele Mark Le-vine, Director/TSC Phone: (312) 977-9700
Fax: (312) 977-4806
E-mail: mlevine@gfoa.org

 

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TxDOT Construction May Cause Low Water Pressure

TX DOT CONSTRUCTION ON 720

 

All residents on the 380 Corridor should be aware, as TxDOT continues construction on FM 720 to widen the road, there will be a potential for low water pressure starting on March 18th lasting approximately 12-14 days. Although water pressure could be lower than normal during this time, if any business or resident has no water, they are encouraged to call our office immediately.

Despite the inconvenience this may cause to our customers, we appreciate that TxDOT and Upper Trinity Regional Water District were able to notify us in advance, allowing time for our Operations Department and Customer Service team to work together to lessen the impact as much as possible for residents and businesses on 380. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this time.

Notices are being sent out via phone call and text message to all customers who may be affected. Please “Like” us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for updates.

**If you live along the 380 corridor and did not receive notification, please text “MSUD” to 85700 to opt in to notifications.** 

 

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Looking For Leaks in Obvious Places

Leaks can waste hundreds of gallons and are usually silent!

Even a small leak can add up to a lot of wasted water and money over time! Fortunately, most leaks are easy and inexpensive to repair.


Toilet Leaks

To help determine if you have a leaking toilet, simply remove the tank lid and place a few drops of food coloring in back of the toilet tank. (If you don’t have food coloring, you can purchase dye tabs from any hardware or home center). Wait about 30 minutes, without flushing, and then look in the toilet bowl to see of any color has come through. If the water is clear, water is not leaking. If you see food coloring in the bowl you have a leak.

FLAPPER VALVE LEAKS

The most common reason for a leaking toilet is one that has an improperly working or sealing flapper. The flapper is the rubber valve in the bottom of the tank that lifts up when the toilet is flushed. If the flapper is worn or cracked, it allows water to continuously flow from the tank into the toilet bowl without flushing.

FLUSH HANDLE PROBLEMS

The most common reason for a leaking toilet is one that has an improperly working or sealing flapper. The flapper is the rubber valve in the bottom of the tank that lifts up when the toilet is flushed. If the flapper is worn or cracked, it allows water to continuously flow from the tank into the toilet bowl without flushing.


Leaking Faucets

Leaking faucets are generally a result of a worn rubber washer. The washer on a sink is usually located under the handle. These are relatively easy to replace, if you have the right tools. It does require shutting off the water under the sink or at the main shutoff valve and removing the handle. (Note: faucet handles are not shutoff valves.) Check your local home center or hardware store on how to repair faucet leaks.