Large PNCWA Contingent Heads to DC for National Water Policy Fly-In

2019 National Water Policy Fly-InPNCWA is represented well this year in Washington D.C. for the annual fly-in. Through a mix of funding, including PNCWA funding, eleven members are attending. This is by far our biggest year and we’d love to see an even bigger contingent next year.

The group will be presenting the PNCWA positions on TSCA/PCBs, Integrated Planning, and Climate Change Resiliency located hereAdditionally, they will be delivering a joint message from WEF, NACWA, AWWA, APWA, and other entities. They will hear from administrators from the EPA Office of Water on a variety of topics, including their intended focus areas for the upcoming year. Check out the PNCWA public LinkedIn page this week for any updates from our fly-in team. The members attending this year are listed below. Stay tuned for a recap in May!

Caitlin Hubbard – Lake Stevens Sewer District

Tonya Christoffersen - Lake Stevens Sewer District

Mariah Low - Lake Stevens Sewer District

John Phillips – Parametrix

Mike Ollivant – Parametrix

Chris Storey – Clackamas County

Bob Baumgartner – Clean Water Services

Alex Mockos – Seattle Public Utilities

John Beacham – City of Post Falls

Gregory Geist – Clackamas County

Marcos Lopez – TetraTech

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