Public Meetings - Regional Sewer Plans
The 208 Plan is updated annually to remain current with changes in environmental law and regulation, and with regard to information on the region’s water quality and local infrastructure needs. Register for a public meeting in your county.
Elected and appointed officials, engineers, wastewater plant operators, and all others interested in management of public utilities, are invited to a public meeting on updates to the Areawide Water Quality Management Plan in four counties of northwest Ohio and part of southeast Michigan.
This plan (called the 208 Plan from that section of the Clean Water Act), describes how municipalities throughout northwest Ohio cooperate and coordinate plans to treat wastewater and manage development of sewer systems. The 208 Plan is updated annually to remain current with changes in environmental law and regulation, and with regard to information on the region’s water quality and local infrastructure needs.
The agenda at each meeting will include a brief overview of the 208 Plan and updates to the individual facility planning areas in each county. The topics covered will include plans for capital improvements and some planned sewer extensions.
- Lucas & Wood counties (combined) | September 29, 10-11:30 a.m.
- Sandusky County | September 29, 2-3:30 p.m.
- Monroe County (Southern townships and Luna Pier, MI)| September 30, 10-11:30 a.m.
- Ottawa County | September 30, 2-3:30 p.m.
Registration: you must register to receive advance login information for these teleconferences. Register here: https://forms.gle/gbm9x8drRC67Ev2dA or contact Joy Minarcin: email@example.com or Matthew Kennedy: firstname.lastname@example.org. Login information will be sent to registrants and tmacog.org within 24 hours of the meeting time.
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