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ally and sometimes at the Joint Governing Board, depending on the magnitude of
the event. That’s a lot of time needed to communicate and get buy-in, approvals,
and contract reviews.
Overall the goal is two-fold:
1) to add clarity to the roles and responsibilities for our many volunteers who plan,
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organize, and execute the trainings and events that are available to anyone in the
water and wastewater industry; and
2) to minimize the impact to those attending the trainings and events.
The RMSAWWA and RMWEA Boards have a responsibility to operate in the
best interest of their respective membership group. By better defining when and
how we work together, the Boards are ensuring that they meet their own by-laws
Ceila Rethamel is the 2018–2019 RMWEA President. She is the Wastewater
Superintendent at the City of Westminster where she manages the wastewater
maintenance program and is the Operator in Responsible Charge of 420 miles
of collection piping. She also manages the reclaimed operations program and the
infrastructure asset management program for the Public Works & Utilities Department
at the City.