To Our Valued Members,
MeWEA is in the process of transferring our Administrative Services from Maine Municipal Association to Maine Water Utilities Association. Joan Kiszely will be MeWEA’s Administrative Assistant and the best contact for membership renewal questions. Joan can be reached at 207-623-9511 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, you may also speak to Cindy (email@example.com) or Bruce (firstname.lastname@example.org) if Joan is unavailable. If you have already sent renewals to MMA, they will be returned to sender. MeWEA will email invoices through Member Clicks on 1/1/2022 for membership renewal. Please wait for this invoice before attempting to renew your membership(s). We are also transitioning to a new website in early 2022, so you will notice a fresh look! We apologize for any confusion this transfer of services has caused, and thank you for your patience in this process.
Maine Hire-A-Vet Campaign 2021 - July 26th, 2021 - 10:59 am
Dear Area Employer and Resource Providers; We are excited to announce the return of the “Maine Hire A Vet” campaign for 2021, with an “in person” Kickoff/Hiring event, along with monthly virtual hiring events and weekly trainings/presentations of interest to both employers and veterans!...
Cybersecurity Alert! - July 7th, 2021 - 4:00 pm
From Bruce Berger, Executive Director of Maine Water Utilities Association: Good Day, I just received a call from a utility here in Maine. There have been several security breaches within Maine for two confirmed utilities that are being held hostage. There may possibly be...
Fall Convention – SAVE THE DATE! - June 2nd, 2021 - 1:30 pm
Welcome to 2021. As we continue to pursue water quality through many avenues such as the Legislature, collaborating with other associations and agencies, and continued
professional training, I want to take a few moments of your time and talk to you not only as the 2021 MEWEA President, but also as a United States Army Infantry Veteran. This is a
subject very near and dear to my heart, the hiring of veterans. Often these young men and women come back to the civilian world unsure of which direction their lives are going to take, or what opportunities are available to them. These are motivated individuals with a desire and ability to excel at everything they do. The training and experiences they obtain cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world, creating uniquely skilled and mission focused individuals imbued with the ideals of honor, courage and commitment.