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SNWA Newest "Angel" is an Interesting Guy!Southern Nevada Water Authority started a new ad campaign this summer featuring Joe (J.R.) Gennuso with the slogan "Be an angel. Don't water on Sundays." J.R. is featured standing in a yard donning a leather motorcycle vest and proudly displaying his tattoos. Critics are finding this ad problematic because in 2008 J.R. was found guilty of felony battery and later sentenced three years probation for being involved in a bloody bar brawl.
Water Not Sexy But Most Important IssueOpinion: Alan Stock talks about a viable alternative to having no water in the Las Vegas Valley.
No Plans For More Water Restrictions In Southern NevadaEven though California's governor has called for mandatory water restrictions, policies in the Vegas Valley are not expected to change.
Water Rates RisingExpect your water bill to be a bit more beginning in January. Las Vegas Valley Water District's Board of Directors unanimously approved a rate hike on Tuesday.
New Watering Restrictions In EffectIt’s time to reset your sprinkler clocks.
New Watering Restrictions In EffectA fall watering schedule is now in effect for the Las Vegas Valley.
Water Authority Considers Rate IncreaseYou could soon be paying more for water.
Will You Be Paying More For Water?The Southern Nevada Water Authority wants to raise rates for municipalities.
Watering Restrictions Change This WeekendNew restrictions for watering your lawn will take effect this Saturday.
Work To Resume On Lake Mead Water ProjectTwo weeks after a deadly accident, work on the intake project at Lake Mead will resume.
Investigators Probe Death In Lake Mead TunnelNevada safety regulators are investigating a construction accident that killed one worker and injured another in a water supply tunnel being built at Lake Mead.
Residents Angry Over Water Rate IncreaseSouthern Nevada Water Authority customers are sounding off over a new rate increase. At yesterday's Clark County Commission meeting, dozens of people expressed anger over the new rates, based on the size of lines that serve a property.

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