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Before departing, I’d like to mention a few of the major achievements of which I am most proud.
The “we” versus “they” mentality has become “us,” and that bodes well for the city, suburbs and southeast Michigan.
This might be a good time for all of us to give some serious thought to what we can personally do to fight pollution.
The American Public Works Association first launched National Public Works Week in 1960 to energize and educate the public about the important role played by those in the water/wastewater industry.
Unfortunately for the “Baby Boomers” and pre-Boomers, the luster of the Golden Years has been tarnished by an economy that has taken its toll on 401( K) plans, pensions and savings.
The question is what kind of solution is achievable in an era when all units of government are being stressed to the max and forced to tighten their financial belts as they labor to do more with less.
The Oakland County Water Resources Commission's number one priority is to make sure the water you drink and in which you swim, fish or boat meets the highest quality standards possible.
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