Shoshone Municipal Water elects officers

Posted 7/11/19

At its annual meeting on Monday, the Shoshone Municipal Water Joint Powers Board picked its officers for the coming fiscal year.

The board elected Jim Mentock of the Northwest Rural Water District …

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Shoshone Municipal Water elects officers

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At its annual meeting on Monday, the Shoshone Municipal Water Joint Powers Board picked its officers for the coming fiscal year.

The board elected Jim Mentock of the Northwest Rural Water District as chairman, Bryan Lee of Frannie as vice chairman, Craig Sorenson of Deaver as secretary and Powell City Councilman Jim Hillberry as treasurer. Other members of the board are Don Richards of Lovell, J.R. Gonzales of Byron and Roy Holm of Cody.

During 2018, Shoshone Municipal Pipeline delivered 1.17 billion gallons of water to the seven participating agencies: the municipalities of Cody, Powell, Byron, Lovell, Deaver and Frannie, and the Northwest Rural Water District’s Heart Mountain, O’Donnell, Southfork, Deaver/Frannie, Lovell Rural, Sage Creek, North Cody, Cooper Lane, Garland and Northend service areas.

All of the treated water produced has been of much higher quality than called for by the current EPA standards for drinking water.

Results of all tests are available at the Shoshone Municipal Pipeline offices at 50 Agua Via on the southwest edge of Cody. Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR’s) containing water quality information are distributed by each of the cities/towns and the Northwest Rural Water District by July 1 each year.

Anyone with questions about the tests can call their water department or the Shoshone Municipal Pipeline at 307-527-6492.

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