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 Water Infrastructure Advisory Council

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Mission
The Water Infrastructure Advisory Council (WIAC) initiates, develops and recommends to the Delaware General Assembly projects for the planning, construction, repair, renovation or expansion of drinking water and wastewater facilities. The council provides guidance and policy advice to the Governor and Secretaries of DNREC, DHSS, and Finance along with assistance in developing funding options for capital and maintenance programs related to drainage, stormwater management and flood control throughout Delaware. The Council is also charged with providing assistance in the development and evaluation of criteria for watershed-based plans for surface water management.

2018 council meetings 

February 21
April 18
June 20
August 15
October 17
December 5

Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are held at the Kent County Administrative Complex, 555 Bay Road, Room 220, Dover DE 19901, and take place on Wednesdays, from 9 a.m. - noon.

Council Plans, Strategies and Reports

Delaware Statewide Wastewater Needs Assessment 2011-2016

 
Council Members

Jeffrey M. Bross, Chairperson, P.E.
Duffield Associates, Wilmington, Del.

Hans Medlarz, Vice Chair
Sussex County engineer

Richard A. Duncan, Sr.
Delaware Rural Water Association

Charles D. Anderson
City of Seaford

Josef A. (Andy) Burger
Conservation Districts, Townsend, Del.

Eugene S. Dvornick,
Town of Georgetown

Jeff Flynn
City of Wilmington

Jennifer A. Adkins
Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, Wilmington, Del.

David B. Baker
(Retired) Former Sussex County Administrator, Georgetown, Del.

Bruce W. Jones
Rummel, Klepper & Kahl

Lt. Col Douglas Riley
USAF, Dover

Michael Harmer
(No affiliation)

 


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