MWRAMassachusetts Water Resources Authority
MWRAMarried Women of Reproductive Age
MWRAMid-West Regional Authority (Ireland)
MWRAMorale, Welfare and Recreation Association (District of Columbia National Guard)
MWRAMaryland Wildlife Rehabilitators Association (Pasadena, MD)
MWRAMidwest Whippet Racing Association
MWRAMedical Waste Regulatory Act (Michigan)
MWRAMississippi Water Resources Association
MWRAMinnesota Working Rottweiler Association
MWRAMaryland Washington Racquetball Association
MWRAMini-Wedge Racing Association
MWRAMighty Wonderful Repeater Association (Los Angeles, California amateur radio group)
MWRAMidwest Relocation Alliance
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After MWRA's 25% (senior and subordinate lien revenue bonds rated 'AA+' and 'AA', respectively, with a Stable Outlook), the remainder of the top-10 borrowers range from 2% to 4%.
There are huge sub-populations of key groups such as adolescents and youth, 27 million women with reproductive age (MWRA) and 61% of the population that resides in rural areas.
As the issue of contraception is linked to fertility, subgroup of the population practically concern with the fertility process, i.e., MWRA group of 15-44 years, comprise the target population for this study.
In the case of the MWRA, I used the Local Government Operations Protocol to guide most of the reporting, but there were organization-specific challenges, including fugitive methane and nitrous oxide emissions from wastewater treatment, which complicated the effort.
Among these was the massive $3.4 billion stormwater sewer project which was implemented by the MWRA and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to radically improve the outdated Cambridge system.
The consultant will work closely with MWRA to implement a community outreach effort during the early stages of the project.
But recently, new environmental questions have been raised, and MWRA's ratepayers are aghast when they open bills that in some cases equal their property taxes--and are still going up.
The MWRA plans to install water-saving devices in an additional 330,000 households during the next few years, at no direct cost to the customer, and to extend other aspects of the program as well.
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned a 'AA+' rating to the following Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, Massachusetts (MWRA or the authority) bonds.
Brewer's contributions to Quabbin, Fred Laskey, MWRA executive director said, "The creation of the Water Supply Protection Trust will be a long-lasting legacy for the 2.3 million people in Eastern Massachusetts served by our reservoirs -- now and for generations to come.''
More than 70 engineering jobs will be created at the plants, including 24 at the local rail depot, the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MWRA) confirmed.