The Clean Water State Revolving Fund: How Federal Infrastructure Investment Can Help Communities Modernize Water Infrastructure and Address Affordability Challenges
We must confront inequities in wastewater treatment+ invest in sustainable solutions for those most in need.
Mayor David A. Condon, City of Spokane, Washington, on behalf of the United States Conference of Mayors
Mr. John Mokszycki, Water and Sewer Superintendent, Town of Greenport, New York, on behalf of the National Rural Water Association
Ms. Catherine Flowers, Rural Development Manager, The Equal Justice Initiative, Montgomery, Alabama
Ms. Maureen Taylor, State Chairperson, Michigan Welfare Rights Organization, Detroit, Michigan
Mr. Andrew Kricun, P.E., BCEE, Executive Director/Chief Engineer, Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority, Camden, New Jersey, on behalf of the National Association of Clean Water Agencies
Professor Jill Heaps, Assistant Professor of Law, Vermont Law School, Burlington, Vermont