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The annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is enclosed with this letter. I highly recommend that you read through the report and contact us if you have questions. You will see that that Mapleturn has had no violations, that your drinking water is safe and meets all federal and state drinking water requirements.
Best Tasting Water Award
Along these same lines, it was announced at the annual picnic that Mapleturn has won the Best Tasting Water competition at the district convention of the Alliance of Indiana Rural Water Association. By winning at the district level we will be competing at the annual state convention in Ft. Wayne this fall. If we were to win at the state level; we would move on to the National Convention in Washington DC to compete for the Best Tasting Water in the Nation. This is our second award. Last year we won at the annual convention of the Rural Water Association held in Indianapolis. This is a big deal and as a community we should be very proud....
Summer Work Report for Warren
To: Steve Collins
Aug 11 at 3:10 PM
My main goal at Mapleturn Utilities is to install new water meters. In the past few months, I have installed approximately 85 of them. This has been my third summer doing so and we have already provided new meters for almost half of our customers since my time starting with Mapleturn. The new meters Larry, Rocky, and I have been installing are outfitted with remote-read endpoints. This technology allows us to read our customers' water meters in a more timely manner and without even having to step foot on our customers' property.
In past summers, I have focused on replacing meters located in meter pits; however, this summer, we decided to concentrate our efforts on replacing meters located within homes in the Ramsgate, Mapleturn Road, and Warwick areas. This approach has been taken to improve safety and...
A Note from Jennifer Tillman
Hi Robin and Steve,
I am flattered by the nomination for good neighbor award and feel there are other more deserving residents who expend much more effort than I do on organizing a road clean up or two a year. Over the years, we have managed to maintain a core group of about 12 individuals (including Calvin); volunteers are a key part of the success of our clean up effort.
This is our second stint in Foxcliff. In 1998 we moved to Foxcliff as a halfway point between Fishers, where Cal worked, and Bloomington where I worked at the time. (I got the better half of that deal.) We originally participated in Mapleturn Road when Christine DeVincent of south and Bruce Ewing from north led the groups. I think we took over the coordination effort around 2005.
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