Rural Water District

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Rural Water District

In the United States, a local government institution that supplies water to farms and homes in a rural area. Because the provision of water in low-population areas can be expensive, the federal government offers various assistance programs to help pay for rural water district services.
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By using the loan program, Oklahoma City also helps lower the costs for those cities and rural water districts, which would otherwise need upgrades for their own systems.
Owner/operator of a construction company for 30 years, he has broad experience with public and commercial projects, as well as water line work for municipalities and rural water districts.
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He was the visionary who started the water company eons ago which has the bragging rights of being the first rural water district in Osage County, OK, and the second for the entire state.
Some residents receive water from rural water districts, but many rural dwellers - no one seems to know their number - rely on their own wells.
The Water Resources Board provides two downloadable guides for water treatment and sewer treatmentplanning for utilities and rural water districts that don't have planning staff like other large metros.
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The water level in the aquifer has been dropping every year and others use it too, including Fairview, Alva, Woodward and several rural water districts. Enid buys water from the most arid part of the state in the west and sells it to small communities, rural water districts and industrial users, in addition to city residents.<br />"We needed to find another option, so we weren't a burden on the aquifer," Kisling said.
But he provides water to about 20,000 people total, including: two rural water districts, Union City residents, the federal prison and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes.<br />"We need to make sure we take care of and provide for our customers," White said.

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