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DENVER — Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, who is leading a group of Texas mayors in building support for vital new watering restrictions, will share his leadership insights with elected and appointed officials June 12 at the American Water Works Association Public Officials Breakfast and Caucus, part of AWWA’s Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE12) in Dallas.
The Breakfast and Caucus — free to registered public officials –— is part of a public officials program that also includes 12 hours of certificate training and a peer networking reception. All public officials events at ACE12 will take place in the Dallas Convention Center.
Public officials can also choose from more than 500 technical presentations at the broader conference and see the latest technology solutions from several hundred exhibitors.
“Mayor Rawlings’ leadership on water conservation demonstrates the positive impact that informed elected officials can have on managing our water resources and systems,” said AWWA Executive Director David LaFrance. “The public officials who attend ACE12 will be better equipped to make decisions that benefit their water utility customers.”