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Welcome to the new WHWS Blog!

Hi WHWS members! Two new Directors, Messrs. Jody Camp and Lloyd Heard, were voted in at the April 25, 2023 annual members' meeting, and Board officers were chosen at a meeting of the Board on May 2, 2023. Below is a complete listing of your new water board:

Lloyd Heard, President Jody Camp, Vice-President Edward Pickle, Board of Directors Member Dewayne Holley, Board of Directors Member Rick Bullard, Board of Directors Member

Jennifer Smith, Secretary-Treasurer (Non-Board Member)

I'd like to extend a thank you to previous board members Rickey Gunter and Terrell Smith, for their service to our system.

This Board wants to be highly transparent with the membership. This new blog page will be a place where your Board can post things more or less informally, to keep the membership updated on what's going on with your system. Look for additional posts in the coming days.

If you would like to address the Board at one of its monthly meetings, please submit questions or subject matter in writing, preferably a couple of weeks in advance, to be placed on the Agenda for the meeting. You'll find contact info elsewhere on this website. Understand that some reasonable, common sense rules will be applied in order to maintain order, for those speaking at board meetings.

Thank you for trusting us to serve you!

Jody Camp, V.P.

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