Leadership

IMPORTANT WATER WORKS PROBLEMS DISCUSSED BY NEW YORK SECTION

Issue 14 and Volume 78.

IMPORTANT WATER WORKS PROBLEMS DISCUSSED BY NEW YORK SECTION American Water Works Men Hear Two Interesting Papers Read—Baltimore’s Water Supply Problem—Welding a Cracked Pipe Underground THE first out-of-town meeting of the year was held by the New York Section, American Water Works Association, at the Ten Eyck Hotel. Albany. N. Y„ on Saturday. September 26. Some seventy members sat down to luncheon at one p. m. At its conclusion President Burt B. Hodgman rapped for order and opened the meeting. He compared the attendance at the luncheon unfavorably with that at the recent annual meeting of the North Carolina Section of the association and urged those present to work hard to bring more members out at the next meeting. In this connection, he said, some one had suggested that up-state meetings of the section be hereafter lengthened to two days’ sessions, on the ground that the plan would bring out…

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