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File #: 2411-2021    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 9/15/2021 In control: Public Utilities Committee
On agenda: 10/18/2021 Final action: 10/21/2021
Title: To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to renew the membership with the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage, and to authorize the expenditure of $50,130.00 from the Sanitary Sewer Operating Fund. ($50,130.00)
Attachments: 1. ORD 2411-2021 NACWA Invoice Form, 2. ORD 2411-2021 Financial Coding - NACWA 2021-22
Explanation

This legislation will enable the Director of Public Utilities to renew the membership for 2021-22 with the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage. NACWA represents the interests of the country's wastewater treatment agencies, maintains a key role in the development of environmental legislation, and works closely with federal regulatory agencies in the implementation of environmental programs. The NACWA is a nationally-recognized leader in environmental policy and a sought-after technical resource on water quality and ecosystem protection. The membership renewal will provide direct and timely access to this information. The membership is for one (1) year, for October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022.

SUPPLIER: National Association of Clean Water Agencies (23-7088488) (DAX #001878). Non-Profit Organization

FISCAL IMPACT: The amount budgeted and needed for the membership is $50,130.00.

$48,670.00 was expended in 2020
$48,670.00 was expended in 2019


Title

To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to renew the membership with the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for the Division of Sewerage and Drainage, and to authorize the expenditure of $50,130.00 from the Sanitary Sewer Operating Fund. ($50,130.00)


Body

WHEREAS, it is necessary to renew the membership with the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) for 2021-22 to ensure continued and proper research in Wastewater Treatment areas, and

WHEREAS, the NACWA represents the interests of the country's wastewater treatment agencies, maintains a key role in the development of environmental legislation, and works closely with federal regulatory agencies in the implementation of environmental programs. The NACWA is a nationally-recognized leader in environmental policy and a sought-after technical resource on water quality and ecosystem protection, and

WHEREAS, it has become necessary in the usual daily opera...

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