EASCE, chief executive officer at the publicly owned Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD) in the Portland, OR, metro area, was recently installed as president of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
What does TV stand for?
TV stands for Tualatin Valley (Oregon)
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- Trapped-Vortex (combustor)
- Travel Voucher
- Travessa (Portuguese postal usage)
- Treviso (Veneto, Italy)
- Tribes: Vengeance (computer game)
- Trichomonas Vaginalis (sexually transmitted infection)
- Tricuspid Valve
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- Tuberculin Volutin
- Tunnel Vision (vision defect)
- Turkey Vulture
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- Tuvalu (ICANN top level domain)
- Twee Vandaag (Dutch: Two Today)
- Tonawanda Valley & Cuba (railroad)
- Not Recommended for Persons Under Fourteen Years of Age (television rating)
- Television Anté Meridian (UK, Morning Television)
- Suitable for All Viewers (television rating)
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Affiliate Grant Recipients Five local affiliates and one state affiliate received grants from the MTNA FOUNDATION FUND: Northern Delaware Valley Chapter MTA (Pennsylvania) Lincoln MTA (Nebraska) Kansas City MTA (Kansas) Tualatin Valley District (Oregon) Katy MTA (Texas) Texas MTA The MTNA FOUNDATION FUND awards grants to MTNA-affiliated state and local associations for projects that provide educational opportunities for students and teachers.
facility in Oregon's beautiful Tualatin Valley, just minutes south of Portland.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Affiliate Grant Recipients Nine local and state affiliates received grants from the MTNA FOUNDATION FUND: Chicago Area MTA Colorado State MTA Heber Valley (UT) MTA Lincoln County District (OR) MTA Lynden (WA) MTA Moscow (ID) Chapter MTA Northern Kentucky MTA South King County (WA) MTA Tualatin Valley District (OR) MTA The MTNA FOUNDATION FUND awards grants to MTNA-affiliated state and local associations for projects that provide educational opportunities for students and teachers.
The speakers at the event included: Deputy New York City Police Chief Chuck Dowd, a 30-year veteran of NYPD and an expert on public safety communications; Bill Schrier, chief technology officer (CTO) for the City of Seattle, and Jeff Johnson, fire chief, Tualatin Valley, Ore.
The Lifetime Achievement Award went to Tim Birr, formerly of the Eugene Fire Department, who retired in 2004 from the Tualatin Valley Fire Department.