(Waterford, Michigan) –Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will kick-off a series of year-long Water Infrastructure 101-“What You Need to Know Below and Beyond” discussions. During the month of May, Commissioner Nash will recognize National Infrastructure Week from May 14 to May 21, by hosting two discussions.
The first of two discussions will begin Tuesday, May 15 at the Holly Public Library, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The library is located at 1116 N. Saginaw Street in Holly, Michigan.
The public will have the opportunity to ask a variety of questions ranging from aging infrastructure, water quality, stormwater and lakes. Home infrastructure tips, Oakland County Water Commissioner infrastructure projects, employment opportunities and the Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) are some of the topics that Commissioner Nash will also cover. Questions and answer opportunities for the public and feedback are part of these free discussions.
For more information about these discussions, call 248-858-1404. To contact the Holly Public Library, call 248-634-1754 and the Southfield Public Library at 248-796-4200. For more information regarding the upcoming library discussions, go to www.oakgov.com/water. For more information about National Infrastructure Week, go to www.infrastructureweek.org. This year’s campaign theme is “The Future Won’t Wait. Neither Can We. It’s #TimeToBuild,” which highlights the value of water infrastructure.
Discussion Topics Include:
- Aging Infrastructure
- Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Projects
- Home Infrastructure “Tips to Protect Your Systems”
- Water Quality
- Sewer & Stormwater
- Lakes & Flooding
- Lead & Copper
- Employment Opportunities
- Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP)
- Public Concerns, Q & A and Feedback