• October 22, 2020

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Public Service Board elects all female slate of officers

During Wednesday’s regular meeting, the Public Service Board elected its officers for 2020, with all three positions now filled by women. Dr. Kristina Mena was elected as Chair of the board. Mena is regional dean of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health’s El Paso campus. “Having known the […]Read More

PSB’s Mena offers health expertise as city, state begin to

As state and local leaders take steps to ease COVID-19 restrictions, Dr. Kristina Mena is helping to shape health guidance needed to reopen Texas and El Paso. The Public Service Board Vice-Chair for El Paso Water is a renowned expert in human health risk assessment and serves on several advisory panels offering health expertise to […]Read More

El Paso Water Submits Budget to PSB; 4% Water, 8%

El Paso Water staff presented the proposed Fiscal Year 2019-’20 water, wastewater and stormwater budgets to the Public Service Board (PSB) on Monday evening. According to EPW officials, the PSB will now consider the combined $436.1 million budget, which proposes no increase for stormwater fees. The officials add that, “this is a downward adjustment from […]Read More

PSB Approves FY 2018-19 Budget, Rates and Fees

Wednesday morning, the Public Service Board (PSB) approved the El Paso Water Budget for fiscal year 2018-19 for its water, wastewater, reclaimed water and stormwater utilities. “As El Paso’s population grows, we must continue to develop new water resources and extend infrastructure to serve new developments of homes and businesses,” said EPWater President and CEO […]Read More

PSB Approves FY 2017-18 Budget, Rates and Fees

On Wednesday, the Public Service Board (PSB) approved the El Paso Water Budget for fiscal year 2017-18 for its water, wastewater, reclaimed water and stormwater utilities. The new budget includes rate and fee increases, which translate into an increase of $4.25 per month for a typical homeowner. The $463.7 million water, wastewater and reclaimed water […]Read More