How is a Water District formed?

A duly-organized water district is formed through the following process: One: LWUA conducts preliminary talks and consultations with interested local government entities. Two: The local government conducts public hearings to arrive at a consensus on whether to form a water district or not. (LWUA Board Resolution No. 147, Series of 2009, amended the Guidelines for the Formation continue reading : How is a Water District formed?

As a lending source, what makes LWUA advantageous over other sources?

LWUA is the only lending institution – whether in the public or private sector — with the financial, technical and institutional development competence to enable a water district’s water supply project to generate return-on-investments. LWUA treats countryside water supply development not simply as a financial venture, nor as a mere waterworks construction project, but as continue reading : As a lending source, what makes LWUA advantageous over other sources?