Rate Setting – The Small System Challenge

April 6, 2021 | Drinking Water, General RCAP News, Rates

By Jean Holloway, Delaware and Maryland State Manager, SERCAP  Small water and wastewater utilities face many challenges in structuring user rates that are fair and equitable to the customer and provide sufficient revenue for the utilities’ operations and future needs. Government and quasi-government owned…

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Straight from the TAP – Jodi Hilsabeck

March 31, 2021 | General RCAP News

Jodi Hilsabeck is a Project Manager/Technical Assistance Provider with RCAP's Midwestern partner, the Midwest Assistance Program (MAP) and has been employed with them for four years. Jodi came into MAP with a background more focused on statistics, analytics and administrative…

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The Power of Being Yourself – A Q&A with RCAP Solutions President & CEO Karen A. Koller

March 29, 2021 | General RCAP News, Women's History Month

[This interview is part of RCAP’s series to celebrate Women’s History Month and highlight the leadership and wisdom of the wonderful women who support this network] In today’s reality where so many women have had to and still must conform and stifle themselves to thrive in workplace environments, it was a breath of…

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Suzanne Anarde’s Story

March 26, 2021 | General RCAP News, Women's History Month

Suzanne Anarde, CEO of RCAC This is part of RCAP’s series to celebrate Women’s History Month and highlight the leadership and wisdom of the wonderful women who support this network My career path initially launched out of necessity rather than…

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Ruthann House’s Story

March 22, 2021 | General RCAP News, Women's History Month

Ruthann House, President/CEO of Great Lakes Community Action Partnership (GLCAP) This is part of RCAP’s series to celebrate Women’s History Month and highlight the leadership and wisdom of the wonderful women who support this network When I began working at…

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A Story of Hope Part 2

March 19, 2021 | General RCAP News, Women's History Month

Hope Cupit, CEO of Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project (SERCAP) This is part of RCAP’s series to celebrate Women’s History Month and highlight the leadership and wisdom of the wonderful women who support this network In 1987 the United States…

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Women Mentors, Big Vision, and #RuralMatters

March 16, 2021 | General RCAP News, Women's History Month

Ines Polonius, CEO, Communities Unlimited This is part of RCAP’s series to celebrate Women’s History Month and highlight the leadership and wisdom of the wonderful women who support this network Saturday morning breakfast was dedicated family time in our German…

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Keeping it Simple to Treat Wastewater Lagoons

March 2, 2021 | General RCAP News, Wastewater

By Aubrey Neussendorfer, Technical Assistance Provider, Midwest Assistance Partnership (MAP) Small communities with limited budgets need to be especially creative to solve issues within their wastewater systems. Innovative and affordable solutions help communities treat their wastewater systems without compromising their budgets. These alternative methods, like using Dawn dish soap to aid…

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LaMonte Guillory’s Story

February 26, 2021 | Black History Month, Blog, General RCAP News

Imagine, for the moment, the world's information highway, an always-changing, fast-moving, and remarkably noisy freeway of all things communications. It's a complex ecosystem with a broad universe of disciplines in the communications toolbox. With Public relations, advertising, and marketing merging…

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Straight from the TAP – Katrina Hiott

February 24, 2021 | General RCAP News

Katrina Hiott is a Rural Development Specialist II in Northern California with RCAP's western partner, Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC). She has been employed with RCAC for three years. Prior to working with RCAC and the water industry, Katrina pursued…

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