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Utility University – October 10, 2019 at the Kalahari Resort in the WI Dells

 

The annual Utility University will be held October 10, 2019 in Wisconsin Dells. This must-attend conference for Midwestern municipal utilities and public utility districts explores timely issues affecting day-to-day financial and business operations.

 

Educational sessions:

· State of the utility industry

· Maximize your financial advisor relationship

· Developing a resiliency plan

· Making the best hiring decisions

· Financial planning to improve your bond rating

· Operational resiliency through process improvement

· Navigating the new lease accounting standard

· Understanding new and proposed GASB standards

· Establishing a financial strategy to achieve your utility's goals

 

Continuing education: up to 7.5 total CPE hours offered by Baker Tilly through NASBA

 

Advance registration is required by Monday, September 30.

 

For more information and to register: https://www.bakertilly.com/events/utility-university-2019


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Water Quality in Wisconsin
PFAS – What are they? What are the implications?
0.5 CEUs
October 22, 2019
Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St., Madison WI
 

Water quality standards in Wisconsin are ambiguous. However, water utilities are required to ensure drinking water quality complies with state and federal requirements. This program will focus on Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS), including research, health impacts, treatment options, as well as potential impacts on ground water quality and land usage. This program will conclude with sessions on crisis communication; i.e., how do you communicate this difficult and somewhat unknown topic to the public and to government leaders?

For more information visit: 
https://wpui.wisc.edu/programs/2019-programs/water-quality-in-wisconsin/

 



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