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Water Asset Management Council
Michigan's Water Asset Management Council (WAMC) was created to lead, guide, and assist communities in the development and/or enhancement of their drinking water, wastewater, and storm water asset management programs. The WAMC is legislatively charged with the development of asset management templates, as well as annual reporting to the Michigan Infrastructure Council on the asset condition and investment of water infrastructure across the state. The WAMC is considered a 'sister council' to the Transportation Asset Management Council.
May 26, 2022 - Agenda
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Constitution Hall, Atrium, Lee-Walker Conference Room
Meeting via Microsoft Teams
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+1 248-509-0316, 865136222# United States, Pontiac
Phone Conference ID: 865 136 222#
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WAMC Asset Management Survey:
Part 50, Water Asset Management Council, 2018 PA 324 , required the Water Asset Management Council (WAMC) to develop a template that contains requirements for information to be included in an Asset Management Plan (AMP) submitted under section 5004. The statute also establishes a schedule for submission of AMP templates that ensures 1/3 of asset owners submit an asset management plan each year. Submittals will be starting September 9, 2021 through January 31, 2022.
To assist with any questions on the survey webinar was held September 8, 2021.
Slides from the webinar, which include screenshots and descriptions of all the survey questions, are available to view.
IMPORTANT: The Survey Monkey questions must all be completed before exiting the survey. The webinar slides, along with the PDF documents below, list all the questions so they can be completed prior to opening the Survey Monkey survey. Once complete, filling in the Survey Monkey should be a quick process. If something happens prior to completing the process please sign back in and start over so that all questions can be completed.
The lists of asset owners to complete the survey in year one are listed below along with the links to the Survey Monkey tool which is how the surveys will be taken and submitted:
Water Asset Management Council (WAMC) Members WAMC Member Represented Affiliation Term Expiration Sue McCormick, Chair Member Representing an Authority, Great Lakes Water Authority email@example.com 12/31/2023 Cameron Van Wyngarden, Vice-Chair Michigan Townships Association firstname.lastname@example.org 12/31/2021 Aaron Keatley Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) KeatleyA@Michigan.gov 12/31/2022 Tim Zebell City of St. Joseph email@example.com 12/31/2023 Carrie Cox Water Infrastructure Association firstname.lastname@example.org 12/31/2021 Evan Pratt Michigan Association of Drain Commissioner email@example.com 12/31/2021 Jane Fitzpatrick Member Representing a Region, EMCOG firstname.lastname@example.org 12/31/2022 Randy Scott Member with Experience Spcs38@yahoo.com 12/31/2022 Scott Noesen Michigan Association of Counties email@example.com 12/31/2023 Suzanne Pauley (Non-Voting) Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget PauleyS@Michigan.gov N/A