Land Planning Near Transmission Pipelines in Texas Webinar, April 9
The U. S. Department of Transportation, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), and the Office of Pipeline Safety (OPS) invite you to an April 9 Webinar on recommended land use practices described in the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA) Report titled "Partnering to Further Enhance Pipeline Safety in Communities Through Risk-Informed Land Use Planning: Final Report of Recommended Practices." This session focuses specifically on transmission pipelines in Texas.
To register for the April 9 Texas Webinar, go to: https://www150.livemeeting.com/lrs/1100004049/PublicEvents.aspx and select the appropriate meeting registration link. Registration is limited to 200 participants. Additional information about the PIPA Recommended Practices can be found on PHMSA's Stakeholder Communications website at http://www.pipa-info.com. For further information, please contact Julie Halliday at 202-366-0287.
TML Business Service Partner Spotlight: Emergency Communications Network (Hosted Communications Solutions)
Emergency Communications Network, Inc., (ECN) has developed affordable notification services capable of reaching thousands of citizens in minutes. ECN's Web-based product suite features two hosted solutions for outbound notification: CodeRED® for community and staff notifications and CodeRED Weather Warning™ for automated severe weather warnings.For a full description of the valuable services our partners provide, visit the TML Business Service Partner page on the TML Web site.
Join SolutionsNet Listserv
SolutionsNet is more than an ordinary listserv. It is a Web-based communication system that allows you to ask questions, respond to inquiries, post documents, and search archived discussion threads. You can even customize what and how much information you receive in your e-mail inbox. SolutionsNet is a complimentary service open to all TML member city officials.
How Cities Work-2013 Edition
The 2013 edition of the How Cities Work publication is now available. This useful reference and educational tool is a collection of articles describing the important functions and vital services cities provide.
TML member cities can order copies of How Cities Work by e-mailing the TML Member Services Department. Please include your mailing address and the number of copies you would like to receive. The booklets are available at no charge to TML member cities.