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Local water utility launches new name with customer service improvements and a renewed commitment to community
BRANSON, MO, August 26, 2009 â€“ Liberty Utilities is the new name for Holiday Hills Resort Water, which serves approximately 500 customers in the Holiday Hills Resort community with water distribution services. The utility's new identity also comes with a new customer Web site where customers are now able to pay bills and manage their account online.
The Carefree Earth Day Expo, a day-long event featuring workshops, recycling collection, and display booths about green products and services available to the area took place on April 16, 2011. Liberty Utilities was there, for the second year in a row, to provide water conservation tips and information to those in attendance.
Liberty Utilities is proud to join Footprints Matter in cleaning up one of the most popular and loved trails in the Superstition Mountains: Peralta Trail. We provided volunteers and a back hoe to help clean-up the popular Peralta Trail recreation area in the Superstition Mountains.
The Project WET Water Festival (Water Education for Teachers) is a festival designed to deepen fourth graders' knowledge about water concepts and conservation. Students learn about four aspects of water through interactive activities: Conservation, Cycle, Groundwater and Watersheds. Liberty Utilities employees were on hand to get the students involved in the activities.
The Tyler Liberty Utilities Office is welcoming summer with information about native plants that require less water and using rain gauges. Water-related childrens' activities and refreshments for Liberty Utilities customers will be available in the office lobby.
While finishing the upgrades to the Coronado well there was an electrical issue which caused low pressure for about an hour around 10:30 Wednesday. The Coronado well is now working properly. Customers were notified via phone as soon as we were made aware of the issue. We greatly apologize for
Goodyear, AZ - Liberty Utilities is partnering with the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District (CAGRD), to build the state's first ever public-private reclaimed water recharge facility. The CAGRD is the groundwater replenishment authority of the Central Arizona Water