• January 18, 2022

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Public Service Board welcomes Lisa Saenz as new member

On Wednesday morning the Public Service Board welcomed its newest member, Lisa Saenz. “Being a part of WestStar Bank and serving on other non-profit boards, it’s ingrained in me to give back to the community I live in,” said Saenz. “I want to look out for the best interests of the people of El Paso.” […]Read More

Public Service Board welcomes Charlie Intebi as new member

The Public Service Board started its monthly meeting Wednesday morning by welcoming its newest member, Charlie Intebi. He joins the PSB after El Paso City Council voted to appoint him last month. Intebi is cofounder and Vice President of Nova Safety Products, a small business in El Paso that provides safety, industrial and scientific supplies […]Read More

Public Service Board approves 2021-22 El Paso Water budget

The Public Service Board approved the El Paso Water fiscal year 2021-22 Water/Wastewater and Stormwater budgets Wednesday morning. “El Paso Water continues to strengthen its portfolio of water resources by investing in infrastructure and responsibly managing our sources,” said John Balliew, EPWater President/CEO. “In a challenging year for many, EPWater and our essential workers continued […]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

PSB reviews 2020-21 proposed budgets; If approved, increase totals $2.81/month

El Paso Water staff presented the proposed Fiscal Year 2020-21 Stormwater and Water/Wastewater budgets to the Public Service Board (PSB) on Monday evening. “Major wastewater system upgrades along with pipeline extensions and new water storage tanks are needed to serve our growing community,” said EPWater President and CEO John Balliew. “To better serve our customers, […]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