The News & Record
South Boston News & Record
and Mecklenburg Sun
Home   •   News   •   Sports   •   Classifieds   •   Community   •   Health   •   Entertainment   •   Obituaries   •   Opinions   •   Weather
Advertising | Contact | Register
Advanced Search
News

New movement on HCHS

Seeking to restart process, trustees choose Roanoke design-build team to scope out future of high school

Hypothermia led to deaths of father, son, examiner finds

No explanation for why Bethel Road residents were outdoors for days

First day back, under a different normal

Difficult choices for some as in-person school begins

Sports

Football opener punted to Saturday

Comets get Bassett at home at 2 p.m.

Community


Opinion


A&E

News

Estes elected VRWA president

South Boston News
Mark Estes
SoVaNow.com / April 20, 2010
Mark Estes, Operations Manager of the Halifax County Service Authority was elected President of the Virginia Rural Water Association (VRWA) at the VRWA Annual Technical Conference and Exposition held last week in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Estes has been a member of the VRWA Board of Directors for the past five years and has chaired several committees including the Membership and Legislative Committees and was VRWA’s representative in several national and state legislative advisory committees and work groups. Estes also currently represents municipalities on the State Corporation Commissions Underground Damage Prevention Advisory Committee which advises the commission on affairs regarding utility related underground damage prevention and damage assessments.

VRWA is an affiliate state of the National Rural Water Association (NRWA). As such, VRWA incorporated in Virginia in 1988 as a non-profit, 501 (C3) corporation. VRWA’s primary purpose is to provide training and educational opportunities and on-site technical and managerial assistance to the hundreds of small and rural water and wastewater utilities across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
 
VRWA is made up of a three-person office in Buena Vista, Virginia and a field staff of seven individuals: a training specialist, board development specialist, two water system circuit riders, and three wastewater system technicians. The office staff includes a financial office assistant, office support/administrative assistant, and an executive director. VRWA provides on-site technical assistance and training as well as legislative representation in regulatory and environmental issues. VRWA provides networking and representation to rural and municipal utilities and publishes a quarterly magazine (StreamLine).

Tell-a-Friend | Submit a Comment

1416

Sports Coverage

See complete sports coverage for Halifax and Mecklenburg counties.