April 8, 2020:
SAMPLES FROM APRIL 3, 2020, ARE CLEAR PER THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT. THE BOIL WATER NOTICE IS NOW LIFTED.
April 3, 2020, 10:45 AM:
Please boil water until further notice. A water sample will be taken and we will update when it’s safe to resume without boiling. Thank you.
April 3, 2020, 10:00AM
Punkin Water. A main line on County Road 415 has been hit, causing low pressure. Working to repair now. You should boil water as a precaution once restored if you lose pressure or live on County Road 415 or in the Lakes
MARCH 30, 2020:
DUE TO COVID-19 AND THE GOVERNMENT’S RECOMMENDATIONS ON SOCIAL DISTANCING, WE WILL CANCEL THE APRIL BOARD MEETING SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 13. PLEASE STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY!
February 10, 2020:
DUE TO ABSENSE AND ILLNESS OF BOARD MEMBERS, TONIGHT’S MEETING AT 6:00 P.M. HAS BEEN CANCELED. THANK YOU
February 7, 2020:
Meeting Agenda for Monday, February 10, 2020, 6:00 p.m.
- Call Meeting to order
- Approve January meeting minutes
- Update on City connection
January 30, 2020
The boil water notice for Rock Springs Drive and North Lakes Drive has been lifted. Samples are clear. Thank you.
January 27, 2020
IMPORTANT: A boil water notice is being issued for Rock Springs Drive and North Lakes Drive. Samples will be taken on Tuesday. Please boil water until further notice.
January 27, 2020
Repairs are still ongoing to repair the leak affecting the homes on Rock Springs Drive and Lakes Drive North. We will continue to diligently work on this situation to reconnect service to those affected as quickly as possible. The leak is located next to a power pole, and it makes it more difficult to repair than usual. Thank you for your patience.
November 25, 2019
Please remember the annual meeting is tonight at 6:00PM in the County Chancery Court Building.
In addition to Board seats, we will be voting on proposed changes to the bylaws.
To see a red-line version of proposed changes to the bylaws, please click the link below. There are two changes to this latest version. We have removed the changes related to the annual audit, keeping it the same for now. We have changed the reference to the Farmer’s Home Administration (which no longer exists) to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
November 22, 2019
Agenda for Annual Meeting
Punkin Water Association
Monday, November 25, 2019
- Call meeting to order and proof of quorum
- Proof of notice of meeting
- Approve minutes from November 2018 Annual board meeting
- Reports of officers and directors (Business Report)
- Election of directors
- Unfinished business
- New business
November 21, 2019
Based on some member feedback (thank you), I’ve made some additional proposed changes to the bylaws.
To see a red-line version of proposed changes to the bylaws, please click here:
November 14, 2019
I’ve been informed that some believe the ballot for the annual meeting may be modified at the meeting to add names. This is not true. The ballots will be finalized and printed in advance of the meeting. There will be a space in the ballot for write-in votes, but no names will be added to all the ballots after they are printed. Because of this confusion, I will accept any additional names that you wish to be placed on the ballot between now and Monday, November 18, 2019, at 5:00PM. If you wish to place a name on the ballot, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 13, 2019
To see a red-line version of proposed changes to the bylaws, please click here:
There will be no meeting tonight of the PWA Board. The next meeting will be the meeting on November 25 at 6:00 pm at the Chancery Building, 300 North Lamar, Oxford. Thank you!
Good evening. It’s come to my attention that some clarification needs to be made regarding the annual meeting.
It’s Monday November 25 at 6:00 pm at the Lafayette County Chancery Court Building.
Various things will be addressed at the meeting. In addition to regular business topics, which an agenda will be posted by November 18, there will be an election for two Board positions. These are currently held by Jason Butts and John Davis, who both will be seeking re-election to those spots. And as of now this Board has been advised of no other person wishing to place his/her name on the ballot. The contact numbers for those individuals are listed on Punkin Water’s website.
Proxies will be taken, and it is acceptable to give your proxy to either someone on the Board or another member of PWA, but we’d request that all proxies gathered be turned over to Mark Woods at Daniel Coker Law Firm by Tuesday afternoon November 12. His office number is 662-232-8979 if you need directions.
If you have an interest in serving on the Board, please contact Jason at 662-816-1871 or myself at 662-816-5700 so we can get you on the ballot. We can then also post some bio information here and the website for other members to see. This makes for a smoother election process and we would like to have that info by Monday November 11.
This is an important meeting to attend. In addition to the election, financial matters will be discussed, proposed changes to Bylaws, and other important matters will be brought up. Repeating, an agenda will be posted by November 18.
If anyone has any questions, please feel free to contact any Board member, numbers on the website
November 7: All proxies must be turned in by Monday November 11 to be counted for the upcoming annual meeting. Thank you.
Starting at 9:00PM on October 29 until 2:00AM October 31, PWA will be flushing lines in the following locations: County Roads 269, 271, 270, 421, 419, 470, 409 and 405, as well as Highway 6 between County Roads 271 and 421. You should expect to see low pressure during flushing and brown water for up to 48 hours after flushing is complete. There is no immediate health hazard. Run outside faucets 10-15 minutes to help clear brown water in pipes.
Flushing of lines in the Lakes community will begin at 9 pm tonight until complete. Discoloring of water may occur. Thank you for your patience
Per the PSC 100 percent completion, we will begin flushing water lines tonight after 9 pm in the areas of Southerland Drive, north end of Lakes Drive North, Spring Lake Cove, and Rock Springs Drive Brown water may occur because of the vigorous flushing Thank you
October 14, 2019:
Update from tonight’s meeting:
Wow, what a productive meeting Punkin Water had tonight! I’m excited to post some things that we accomplished tonight at our monthly meeting.
First, the Board approved a Merchant Processing Agreement with Trustmark. This will allow our members to pay their monthly bills online or have a monthly draft option for an automatic deduction from your account. There will be a small 3% processing fee, however, for the transaction and it will be added at the time of your transaction. Look for everything to be in place within approximately two weeks and then click to pay!
Next, the Punkin Water Board voted to approve the City of Oxford agreement to have Oxford provide us with a supplemental source of water. Our attorney, Mark Woods, has been working diligently on getting us more favorable terms for this agreement and we appreciate all of his efforts. After complete execution of the Agreement, the funding process will begin, contacting contractors for bids for installation of the new line and metering equipment we will need, and we will be well on our way to having a new source of water to help with Punkin Water needs for our customers. Look for updates as we go listing details of costs and other advancements in this project.
Next, let me remind everyone of our annual meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, November 25, 2019, at the Chancery Court Building in Oxford. We have two Directors positions open, the ones currently occupied by Jason Butts, our President, and John Davis. If you want to throw your name in the hat to join us as a Director and have your name placed on the ballot, please contact us quickly! Time is of the essence. If you have a proxy form you need to get to us, the deadline for returning proxies for the meeting is Monday, November 11. Please join us for this meeting!
It’s been a productive year for Punkin Water with the completion of the 415 Project, the implementation of a new flushing plan, trying to get our financial ducks in a row to make things more convenient for you, our members, and a decision to execute the City of Oxford contract. It hasn’t always been a smooth process, but we stand ready to serve you and our door is open for your suggestions, questions, and, yes, even complaints. Remember, this is your association, and feel free to contact us at any time.
Thanks so much!
October 14, 2019
You may review the City of Oxford Water Purchase Agreement here.
A valve has to be shut off to repair a leak on 271. A small number of meters will be affected. Thanks for your patience.
Monday’s meeting will have an abbreviated agenda and no public comment
The attorney for PWA and the Vice President will not be available for Monday’s meeting
Thank you for your cooperation
Due to water discoloration issues, flushing of lines will continue throughout the week. Thank you
July 29, 2019 2:15PM:
Lines are being flushed in the Lakes; This may cause low pressure.
Due to the continuing connections being made to the new line, some customers may still experience a decrease in water pressure. However, all residences that have been checked have been above the state minimum pressure of 30 pounds. Work will resume at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday morning to make more connections to the new line and outages may occur. Thank you for your patience.
CORRECTION: State minimum is 20, not 30 I apologize for the typo KP
No boil water notice necessary for loose cap encountered on 415 last evening
Good morning. They are going to be finishing up connections on highway 6 today. East of the tower on highway 6 will have possible interruptions Thank you
A tap has come loose on 415. We have crews on site now. Will notify shortly of boil water notice area. Thank you
The valves on Highway 6 have just been turned back on and it may take a little while for the water pressure to build back up. Thanks for your patience.
Water will be shut off to tie in new line beginning at 8am. Customers east of the elevated tank will be impacted.
Possible interruptions today as they are connecting the meters on hwy 6 past 415. Thank you
Water off on 415 while line connection is done Should be off approximately an hour Boil water not needed Thanks
The precautionary boil water notice for CR 415 is lifted.
The precautionary boil water notice for the Lakes has been lifted.
There was a leak on County Road 415 late last night which has now been repaired. If you’ve been without water, please boil water until further notice. Thank you.
May 23, 2019
Water is off on 415 for meter connections
May 22, 2019
The boil notice for CR 225 is lifted. The notice for the Lakes remains in place.
Meters will be connected from south end of 415 to 472 today. Flushing has been done and water is good. There may be minor disruptions as this is being done. Thank you for your patience.
There’s flushing of the lines going on this morning so some people especially along 419 and surrounding areas may experience some pressure issues. Thank you for your patience
To the Lakes we are still waiting for 811 to locate gas line and fiber optic cables. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Punkin Water Association. A leak has been located on Lakes Drive South. Repairs are underway. As a precaution, residents in The Lakes should boil water until test results come back.
May 18 UPDATE
An individual contractor hit a line on 225. Repairs are underway. Boil water until notified. Thank you
May 18 Update
The water pressure issues seem to have resolved. But please contact us immediately if you have additional issues. We want to address these as quickly as possible. Thank you.
May 18 2019
We are experiencing water pressure issues in The Lakes and are searching for the cause now. Thank you. We will post an update as soon as we can.
Some flushing of lines will be done this afternoon. A decrease in pressure can be expected. No boil water is needed.
May 16, 2019:
Good news! The sample for the new line on the 415 project came back good. Meter connections will start next week and the new line will be operational soon. PWA wants to express their gratitude for your patience during this difficult construction period.
May 8 boil water notice is lifted Thank you
May 8, 2019:
A water line has been hit on Highway 6 by County Road 415. Repairs are underway. Please boil water until further notified. Thank you for your patience.
The boil water notice for those on Highway 6 East, CR 415, and CR 472 has been lifted.
Highway 6, CR 415, and CR 472. Repairs in progress. BOIL WATER when restore
We have had the main line on hwy 6 east break last night during the night we got notice around 5 this morning and located the leak about 530. We are having to shut off the 415/419 and hwy 6 east past 415 in our efforts to get the leak fixed.
Boil Water from last week lifted All samples are clear
Repair is again being made to the areas affected by yesterday’s outage, to include 472. They will be done as expeditiously as possible. Please remember to continue the boil water provision until notified. Thank you for your patience.
March 19, 2019:
Also, there are some customers on 421 who are experiencing water service loss. Repairs are underway. And for 421, 419, 225, and 415, these repairs may take a while. And, after restoration, there will be a boil water notice in place for those affected until test results are received back. Thank you for your patience.
March 19, 2019:
A line has been hit on Highway 6, affecting County Roads 419, 225, and 415. Repairs are underway.
Thank you for your patience.
March 11, 2019
The March 7 Boil Water Notice issued for County Road 415 is lifted/canceled.