Whiskey & Economic Development

What’s the common ingredient in whiskey and economic development? Water. Let me explain. I recently traveled to Tennessee with my husband.  He is a fan of whiskey, so we made the pilgrimage to Lynchburg, where Jack Daniel’s is made.  The small town is a 90 minute drive south of Nashville. I […]

It’s May! Let’s Celebrate Drinking Water, Infrastructure & Public Works!

May is the month that public works and water utilities receive some much deserved recognition for the services they provide.  Of course AE2S and AE2S Communications really get into celebrating Drinking Water Week, Infrastructure Week, and Public Works Week because they provide great opportunities to spotlight the important work cities […]

Nothing is as spooky as silence…

It’s the scariest time of year – Halloween!  Everywhere I look there are spooky decorations, gory costumes, horror movies, and dishes of high-calorie candy.  However, none of these things strike as much fear into the heart of an average person like an interview request from a reporter. As the former […]

Make Your Water Quality Report Work for You

Recently, there has been an uptick in media interest in drinking water contaminants, thanks in part to the release of the Tap Water Database, by the Environmental Working Group (EWG). According to its website, the EWG obtained water testing data for the period of 2010 to 2015 from all 50 States. […]

Let’s Celebrate Drinking Water, Infrastructure, and Public Works!

May is the month that public works and water utilities receive some much deserved recognition for the services they provide.  Of course AE2S and AE2S Communications really get into celebrating Drinking Water Week, Infrastructure Week, and Public Works Week because they provide great opportunities to spotlight the important work cities […]