Water Resources Meetings and Notices
Notices and Upcoming Meetings
||Statutory Drainage Board
Notice of Date Change for May Meeting
|May 25||4:30 pm||Western County Service Center
705 N. Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor
|Board of Public Works||May 17||8:30 am||
Western County Service Center
|May 10||5:30 pm||Western County Service Center
MSU Ext Classroom, Lower Level
705 N. Zeeb Rd, Ann Arbor
|Notice||Sump Intercounty Drainage Board Meeting||Apr
58000 Grand River Ave.
New Holland, MI
The STATUTORY DRAINAGE BOARD meets monthly in the County Administration Building to oversee the management of drains established under Chapter 20 of the Michigan Drain Code, which are established for the public health, convenience or welfare. Chapter Twenty-one provides for procedures in multi-county projects. They parallel the Chapter Twenty procedures with a few exceptions.
A three-member board consisting of the Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner, the Chair of the Board of Commissioners, and one additional member of the Board of Commissioners is charged with oversight of Chapter 20 and 21 drains. The members of the Washtenaw County Statutory Drainage Board in 2017 include:
Evan Pratt, Water Resources Commissioner
Andy LaBarre, County Commissioner
Felicia Brabec, County Commissioner
For additional information, please contact Mallory Walczesky at 734-222-3835.
WASHTENAW COUNTY SOLID WASTE PLANNING COMMITTEE The main purpose of the Solid Waste Management Plan is to protect public health, to assure adequate disposal capacity for all waste generated within County borders, and to establish goals for waste prevention and recycling. The Solid Waste Management Plan builds on the infrastructure currently in place throughout Washtenaw County, while seeking to increase waste diversion.
For more information, please contact Jeff Krcmarik at 734-222-6865.
The BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS meets monthly in the Western Washtenaw Service Center and is authorized and appointed by the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners under Public Act 185 of 1957. The BPW focuses on assisting local communities within Washtenaw County in addressing environmental and public health issues and development needs, including wastewater disposal and collection, water treatment and supply, lake management, and solid waste and recycling management.
For more information, contact Michelle Katz at 734-222-3878.