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AMI Symposium Postponed Until Early 2015

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The AMI Symposium has been postponed due to low registration.  While we have received strong interest in the event, we recognize many interested members are especially busy right now helping with the drought response.  To ensure a more robust day of training we are looking to reschedule the Symposium in early 2015.  To give you as much notice as possible the event was postponed in advance of the registration deadline. For more information, please contact Council staff or look for web and email updates.



MOU Revision Proposal

Monday, August 18, 2014

In 2013, the California Urban Water Conservation Council’s (CUWCC) Board of Directors established a Bylaws Committee to review the MOU Bylaws. The goals of the Committee were to:

  • Ensure the Bylaws were in full compliance with California non-profit corporation law; and
  • Ensure the Council maintains its current structure; improve clarity and consistency; and
  • Identify benefits of Full Membership.

Since then, the Council has engaged with outside counsel to ensure compliance with California law. The Bylaws Committee proposed a variety of changes that outside counsel recommended in order to achieve full compliance.

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