We desire the right to provide water service to the city limits and extraterritorial jurisdiction of McLendon-Chisholm. McLendon-Chisholm is complying with the provisions of Chapter 13 of the Texas Water Code, as applicable, and the corresponding Texas Public Utility Commission (PUC) regulations.
RCH Water Supply Corporation no longer has any administrative employee, officer or agent to carry out its day-to-day operations and business affairs, including, but not limited to: repair and maintenance of its system, water meter reading, or water billing, and this has negatively impacted its ability to provide water service to the area and customers served by RCH.
McLendon-Chisholm will be able to accomplish a public purpose and is in the best interest of McLendon-Chisholm, its citizens and RCH customers to provide continuous and adequate service to consumers. Our plan is to make immediate operational management improvements to the pumping station, provide a meter reader solution and implement billing administration with quality customer service. In addition to accounting services our City Council will consider combining the water, wastewater and waste management services on a single billing statement.
We will work with our engineers to address infrastructure improvements and work towards becoming a direct customer with North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD).