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Story by Kevin Canfield found on TulsaWorld.com
The restrictions also applied to residents of Jenks, Owasso and Bixby, which receive water from the city of Tulsa.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett signed an executive order Monday ending the voluntary water restrictions.
“We received great response from our water customers once voluntary restrictions were enacted two weeks ago,” Bartlett said in a news release. “Our plants have been running near 94 percent capacity, but with cooler temperatures and customers taking part in conserving, we have been able to bring our water usage level down dramatically.”
The restrictions were implemented after the city used 198.09 million gallons of water on July 29 and 207.3 million gallons July 30.
The July 30 usage figure is the highest of the year.
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Story by Staff Reports found on TulsaWorld.com
The city’s water customers consumed 199 million gallons Friday, according to city officials Saturday. It’s the first time since Sunday that water usage was under 200 million gallons.
The voluntary rationing also applies to residents of Jenks, Owasso and Bixby who receive water from the city of Tulsa.
The rationing order is triggered when water use tops 197 million gallons per day for two consecutive days. Should the city’s water usage exceed 204 million gallons two days in a row, the voluntary water restrictions announced Tuesday by Mayor Dewey Bartlett would become mandatory.
Those restrictions include…
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Best Employer Defense Training Series 2012
The EEOC reported in January 2012 that claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation against employers hit a record high for 2011, eclipsing the record set in 2010. The EEOC also reported that the average cost of one claim exceeded $235,000.
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