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Board Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at the Dog Ridge WSC office located at 7480 FM 2410, Belton, Texas- 6:00pm. Click Here To View Current Agenda

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Board Meeting Monday

Greetings!

All membership is invited to our monthly Board of Directors meeting on Monday, February 13th at 6:00 pm in the conference room located at 7480 FM 2410.

Also, as a reminder, our Annual Members Meeting will be on Monday March 13th at 6:00 pm.  All members wishing to vote by mail please note that ballots must be RECEIVED by March 10th to be counted.  If you miss this date, there will be ballots available upon arrival to the Member Meeting.

Please DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR WATER PAYMENT because ballot envelopes WILL NOT be opened until March 13th by our Election Auditor.

Thanks!

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Technological Breakthroughs from 2016:  Can Virtual Reality Help Paraplegics Regain Mobility?

Technological Breakthroughs from 2016: Can Virtual Reality Help Paraplegics Regain Mobility?

Last month we reported on many positive stories from 2016 —good news that you might not have heard:  Desalination plants bringing water to the desert, the elimination of measles in all of the Americas, infant mortality rates decreasing in Russia and life expectancy increasing in Africa. Great strides were made in the areas of world health, conservation, and, not surprisingly, technology. This is certainly an era of astonishing technological advancement; the science fiction of yesteryear is the reality of this year. From smartphones to smart watches to smart homes, technology is changing the way we live. And sometimes in amazing ways .  .  .

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