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WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report,2014 Annual Business Meeting Agenda. WESTERN CANADA SECTION,AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION. Annual Business Meeting,9 00 AM Friday September 26 2014. Sorrento Room Delta Hotel,Regina Saskatchewan,I Call to Order. II 2014 Annual Report,III Appointment of Auditor for 2014.
IV Board Appointments,a Alberta Trustee Max Wong,b Vice Chair Mike Binns. c Saskatchewan Trustee Joe Zimmer,V Questions,VI Adjournment. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report. Minutes from 2013 Annual Meeting,WESTERN CANADA SECTION. AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION,Annual Business Meeting.
Thursday September 19 2013,SCC Boardroom Shaw Convention Centre. Edmonton Alberta,I Call to Order, Dawn Dierker called the meeting to order at 1 05 PM. II Annual Report, The 2013 Annual Report was made available on the WCS AWWA website and copies were available. for members present, Motion Ryan Roberts moved to accept the 2012 2013 Annual Report Gyn Gyn Lee seconded. Motion carried, III Approval of By Laws and Articles of Continuance.
WCS AWWA is incorporated federally and is required to submit application of Articles of. Continuance and update Bylaws to be compliance with the new Federal Not for Profit Regulations. Documents were made available online and copies distributed at the meeting Letter describing. the process for updating the bylaws was sent to all members with the AGM notices. Motion Jason Sinclair moved to accept the By Laws and Articles of Continuance Ken. Anderson seconded Motion carried,IV Appointment of Auditor for 2013. Motion Ryan Johnson moved to appoint Thompson Penner Lo to conduct the 2013 Audit. Paul Wobma seconded Motion carried,V Board Appointments and Election Results. a Manitoba Trustee Kyla Kirk,b Vice Chair Jason Sinclair. c Treasurer Mark Draper,d AWWA Director Dan Limacher. Motion Kyla Kirk moved that the ballots be destroyed Mike Binns seconded Motion carried. VI Questions from the Floor, There were no comments or questions from the floor.
VII Adjournment,Meeting was adjourned at 1 10 PM,2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report. WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report,WCS AWWA Board of Directors. 2013 2014 Board of Directors,Chair Dawn Dierker SaskWater. Chair Elect Ken Anderson Associated Engineering,Vice Chair Jason Sinclair City of Calgary. Past Chair Ryan Roberts Stantec Consulting Ltd,Treasurer Mark Draper CH2M HILL Canada Ltd.
AWWA Director Simon Thomas EPCOR Water Services Inc to June 14. AWWA Director Dan Limacher City of Calgary after June 14. AB Trustee C Gyn Gyn Lee EPCOR,MB Trustee Kyla Kirk CH2M HILL Canada Ltd. SK Trustee Michael Binns Associated Engineering,Executive Director Audrey Arisman. Committee Chairs, Cross Connection Control Dean Wigmore Red Deer College. Communications Sharmila Acharya Stantec Consulting Ltd. Education Max Wong Capital H2O Systems Inc,Membership Co Chair Claudia Bess Ouko. Membership Co Chair Brent Houle City of Winnipeg, Water For People Co Chair Anne Bridgman Canadian Water Technologies Ltd.
Water For People Co Chair Paul Klassen Neegan Burnside Ltd. Young Professionals Jasmine Wang Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. WCS AWWA Organization Chart,American Water,Works Association. Western Canada Western Canada,Water Wastew ater,Section AWWA Association. Provincial,Canadian Affairs Councils,Committee CAC Board of Directors. 2 reps from section,Conference,People WCW,Awards Government. Nominations Affairs,Connection,Professionals,Memb ership Education.
Current Section information and Strategic Plan are available online at www wcsawwa net. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report. WCS AWWA Members Active on AWWA Committees,Name Committee Name. Arisman Audrey Canadian Cross Connection Control Coordinating Committee. Member Engagement Development Committee,SP2 Special Presidential Panel. Baptist Gary Regulating Valves,Bilevicius Raymond Finance Committee. Pension Committee,Bontus George Cured In Place,Pipe Rehabilitation.
Sliplining,Structural Classes of Pipeline Repair,Water Main Rehabilitation. Cameron Alida Asset Management, Geer Moira M29 Fundamentals of Water Utility Capital Financing. Gerlack Dylan Cross Connection Control, M14 Recommended Practice For Backflow Prevention CCC. Green James Cross Connection Control, M14 Recommended Practice For Backflow Prevention CCC. Griffin Duane Water Meters,Hambley David Ion Exchange.
Hawboldt Bob Engineering Modeling Applications,Heidary Monfared Sadra Coagulation Filtration. Iron Alum Salts Related Coagulant Aids,Kellsey Brian Fire Hydrants. Limacher Dan Board of Directors,Canadian Affairs Committee. Macey Chris Pipe Bursting, Olson Doug Water Treatment Facilities Design Constru. Prosser Monica Distribution System Water Quality,Rempel Roger Climate Change Manual Exploration.
Ross Tim Asset Management,Water Loss Control,Ruecker Norma M48 Waterborne Pathogens. Seargeant Douglas Asset Management,C502 Dry Barrel Fire Hydrants. Szkwarek Lucy M29 Fundamentals of Water Utility Capital Financing. Turkopp Richard C950 FRP Pipe,M45 Fiberglass Pipe Design. Thermosetting FRP Pipe, Wardner Ron Canadian Cross Connection Control Coordinating Committee. Wigmore David Canadian Cross Connection Control Coordinating Committee. Wilner Deon Sustainable Infrastructure,Wobma Paul Canadian Affairs Committee.
To get involved on councils divisions and committees visit www awwa org Home Membership and. Sections Get Involved Volunteer,2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report. WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report,WCS AWWA Strategic Plan. Vision Statement, Western Canada Section of the AWWA is the leading local authoritative resource on safe water. Mission Statement, Western Canada Section of the AWWA unites local water community professionals in providing safe. and sustainable water through committed leadership innovated technology constant knowledge. exchange and continuous education,STRATEGIC GOALS AND RELATED STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES.
Strategic Goal, Member Engagement Development Strategic Objectives. WCS AWWA will be the association of choice by creating 1 Develop a member engagement plan. meaningful and expanding opportunities for the water 2 Develop a member recruitment plan. 3 Implement and manage social media,communications plan. 4 Create value for members at the local level,5 Support the WCW Public Awareness Committee. Strategic Goal,Organizational Stewardship Strategic Objectives. WCS AWWA will be an effective and efficient 1 Transition the section to the Canada Not For Profit. organization by practicing sound financial and risk Corporation Act. management 2 Review and update the section s bylaws. 3 Provide members opportunity to advise the board,4 Develop a Business Plan.
Strategic Goal,Knowledge Creation Exchange Strategic Objectives. Create and exchange knowledge to benefit public health 1 Increase training and education opportunities on. and the needs of the water community water issues,2 Create a two day specialty workshop. 3 Provide member information on local activities and. news within the region, 4 Increase the section presence in the WCW magazine. 5 Develop an online water forum,Strategic Goal,Leadership Advocacy Strategic Objectives. AWWA will lead the water community by identifying 1 Liaise with provincial and municipal governments. trends and issues advocating for public policies and on water matters. engaging in other actions that promote safe water and. reflect sound science,2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report.
WCS AWWA Awards, WCS AWWA Outstanding Service Award George Warren Fuller Award. The purpose of this Award is to recognize those individual The George Warren Fuller Award is presented annually by the. members who have provided valuable service and support for AWWA to a selected member of the section for their. WCS AWWA programs and goals through their long standing distinguished service to the water supply field in. WCS membership Nominations should be a person for commemoration of the sound engineering skill brilliant. outstanding service related to activities in support of AWWA diplomatic talent and constructive leadership which. This award may be conferred annually upon a member of the characterized the life of George Warren Fuller. WCS who has demonstrated extraordinary loyalty to and support. 1971 Patrick Buothillier 1993 Les Gammie, of AWWA through voluntary service in the form of Section. 1972 R C Sommerville 1995 Allan Davies, Leadership and Administration Membership Recruitment. 1973 Ozzie Mang 1996 Erika Hargesheimer, Technical Contributions Training Encouragement and or. 1974 Donald R Graham 1997 Tom Pearson, Support a level of service above and beyond the call of duty that.
1976 F Gordon Denson 1999 Dan Hogan, contribute substantially to the success of the WCS. 1978 William McKay 2000 Bill Brant, 2010 Kelly Kjartanson 1979 George Balacko 2002 Gordon Finch. 2010 Duane Griffin 1982 Eric Davis 2003 Kelly Kjartanson. 2010 Don Poon 1983 Ian B Henderson 2005 Don Poon, 2010 Cal Sexsmith 1984 David Shillabeer 2006 Terry Kjartanson. 2010 Gerald Samuel 1985 Gerald Samuel 2007 Dan Limacher. 2010 Dan Limacher 1986 Gene Dzugan 2008 Bert Munro. 2011 Terry Kjartanson 1987 Rodger McDonald 2009 Ray Bilevicius. 2011 Rodger McDonald 1988 Arthur Sparling 2010 Simon Thomas. 2011 Simon Thomas 1989 David Spink 2011 William A Bullee. 2012 Ray Bilevicius 1990 Al Schwinghamer 2012 Duane Griffin. 2013 Paul Wobma 1991 Peter Lawson 2013 Ian Wright,Kenneth J Miller Founders Award Dave Walker Award. The Kenneth J Miller Founders Award for Outstanding Volunteer The Dave Walker Award was established in 1993 by the Western. Service to Water For People was established in 2001 to recognize Canada Section AWWA Cross Connection Control Committee to. volunteers for their outstanding service and leadership in the recognize those whose careers in this program exemplify vision. advancement of the Water For People mission constructive leadership excellent professional performance and. 2001 Kathy Abramowski accomplishment characteristic of the late David Walker s. 2002 Doug Seargeant productive career,2003 Lisbeth Liebgott 1993 Dave Walker.
2004 Brian Pfeifer 1994 Roland Tomuschat,2007 Doug Thorson 1994 Ron Stecky. 2008 Randy Bracewell 1995 Robert Sneddon,2009 Doug Campbell 1996 Russell Briscoe. 2010 Audrey Arisman 1997 Jim Green,2012 Paul Klassen 1998 Robert Hartman. 2002 Doug Snider,2005 Reg Hammer,2007 Gary Coons,2008 Michael Haslam. 2009 Sheldon Diduck,2010 Danny Wilson,2012 Daniel Larson.
2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report. Board and Committee Reports,WCS AWWA Chair Report,Reporting Period September 2013 to September 2014. I had the opportunity along with a few other members of our Section to attend AWWA s regional meeting last fall The meeting was. held in Nappa Valley at the end of October and was attended by members of other sections within our region Our region. includes Alaska Pacific Northwest California Nevada Montana British Columbia and Hawaii The meetings were great learning. tools for all attendees Each section presented on new initiatives currently underway and challenges they were facing in bringing. new benefits to their members Through the open discussion over the two days we were able to assemble a long list of ideas that. we have brought back to the WCS AWWA board and committees and we have been engaging our volunteers to implement these. initiatives over the past year, On November 14 15 2013 the Canadian Affairs Committee CAC organized an event in Calgary to get some of the board members. from all five Canadian AWWA Sections British Columbia Ontario Quebec Atlantic Canada and ourselves together for a. workshop The five Canadian Sections are split amongst three different AWWA regions so they don t have another opportunity to. get together as a group, One of the topics of the meeting was to discuss the Partnership for Safe Water in Canada The Partnership is a voluntary effort. between six drinking water organizations and more than 200 water utilities The goal of the Partnership is to provide a new. measure of public health protection to millions by implementing prevention programs where legislation or regulation does not. exist The preventative measures are based around optimizing surface water treatment plant performance and distribution. system operation The result is the production and delivery of superior quality water to all users. Until recently only utilities in Quebec were able to register and be part of a similar program in Canada AWWA recently took full. ownership of the program which now allows all Canadian utilities access to this program which assists with continuous. improvement and provides top performing utilities an industry recognized standard of excellence. Also at the CAC meeting a strategic planning session was held to allow each section to decide what the top industry concerns were. and narrow them down so that the CAC could focus on what was most important to its members The key outcomes included the. following items, The top three priorities identified of Canada wide importance were.
1 Increasing the public s understanding of the value of water. 2 State of water and sewer infrastructure,3 Capital costs and availability. Every 5 years the Western Canada Section reviews and refocuses their goals as a water community In our last strategic planning. session we had Gary Sullivan from Denver head office assist us The following list is the goals that we developed at our last. strategic planning session,1 Member Engagement,2 Organizational Stewardship. 3 Knowledge Exchange,4 Leadership Advocacy, Each committee board member and volunteer is trying to be mindful of the section strategic goals when formulating business. plans educational events or social networking opportunities. My term as Chair of the Western Canada Section has been a wonderful experience I have met many people from all over North. America that share a passion to provide high quality drinking water and wastewater services Volunteering with AWWA and other. water organizations has enriched both my professional and personal life I have been blessed with meeting many colleagues and. made lifelong friends I look forward to serving the water community as a volunteer and thank WCSAWWA for the opportunity to. be a part of their organization,Respectfully submitted. Dawn Dierker, Chair Western Canada Section American Water Works Association.
2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report. AWWA Directors Report, This past year the WCS AWWA continued to focus on providing value to its members and to support the overall efforts of AWWA. across western Canada In particular the WCS AWWA Board. Reviewed the 2012 strategic plan to ensure it remains current and in step with the AWWA strategic plan With only a few. tweaks the plan continues to highlight the section s focused on Member Engagement Organizational Stewardship. Knowledge Exchange and Leadership Advocacy The Board continues to develop and advance programs that promote. unity of water providers through educational opportunities support for young professionals and water for People and. the continuing promotion of the awareness of the importance of backflow prevention and control programs. Continued to support the very active Young Professionals committee This committee organized an event in each major. city in 2013 and added educational opportunities speakers seminars during these events The committee also. hosted the annual YP social evening at the WCW Conference in Edmonton This committee provides a great venue for. new members to get involved in section activities in a fun way and creates that opportunity to network with other young. and seasoned professionals across western Canada, Attended a Canadian Section Summit in November an event that brings together representatives from each Canadian. AWWA section every three years The summit focused on what sections could learn from each other and what issues of. common interest could be advanced together Issues such as Value of Water Partnership For Safe Water Infrastructure. funding and potential advancing supporting a Canadian water Utility Council were discussed and auctioned for further. consideration, Continued to operate a number of committees in order to provide focus to activities of value to members and the. o The Cross Connection Control committee provides focus to the protection of public health through the prevention. and control of backflow into the potable water system. o Membership committee explores way to retain and recruit new members to the section and stays in contact with. the AWWA committees that provide strategies on this. o Education Committee works closely with the other constituent organizations in each province to bring learning and. networking opportunities to members, o Water for People raised funds for and awareness of water challenges in developing countries The group hosts.
fundraising in conjunction with many activities across the section and appreciates the strong support in western. Canada for this noble initiative, o The Communication Committee oversee the communication activities fro the members including regular news. posts the section s website and submissions of articles to the WCW magazine. 2013 was a very busy year for the section and the section Board thanks all members across western Canada for their support. involvement and enthusiasm for the water industry,Respectfully Submitted. Dan Limacher, AWWA Director Western Canada Section American Water Works Association. WCW Directors Report, Since the last report the WCW Board held two conference call meetings one on May 23rd and the last one on June 30th. A summary of the WCW Conference calls is as follows. Conference Planning Update, Sponsorship revenues are much higher than budgeted.
The planning committee had purchased the ereaders to upload the program to in order to reduce paper. The normal Friday lunch will be a breakfast this year. A discussion was had by the WCW Board regarding Associated Engineering s request to sponsor in terms of Carbon. Offset It was not accepted as the Board will have to consider their position and requirements for future Conferences. Although a great idea it has no real cash contribution to revenues. Other items, Final documentation was revived on incorporation The name change to WCW is official. The WCW Audit is done the draft report is expected in September. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report. The WCW Board has requested 250 000 from WCW15 revenues this will be an attempt to start strategizing the. financials, I will distribute the recent monthly reports from the WCW Office to the WCS Board. Notable in this report is our use of the office 25 usage at around 145hrs month. WCW will be reviewing their Strategic Plan in the Fall and it will need to tie into the. CO Strategic Plans so our input is required,CWWA Report. o The WSER is starting to see activity, o Environment Canada is starting to hand out harsh penalties to utilities.
o Low turnout to conference and workshops seems to be a growing trend. Future Activites, WCW Board Meeting at the WCW14 Conference in Regina on September 23. Respectfully submitted,Ken Anderson P Eng, WCW Director Vice Chair Western Canada Section AWWA. AWWA Special Presidential Panel SP2, Charlie Anderson AWWA President 2012 2013 established the Association AWWA and Section Special Presidential Panel and. charged it with accomplishing the following vision mission and goals. VISION A re engineered vibrant sustainable Association operations and business model between AWWA and Sections that. brings relevant value added programs processes and services to respond rapidly to changing member and water. utility professional needs, MISSION To create an operations and business model that institutionalizes a dynamic and sustainable focus on the. development of Association and Section strategies that will engage members with constantly refreshed and relevant. Association and Section offerings, The Special Presidential Panel SP2 was charged with developing an operations and business model that will establish a new.
culture for AWWA and the Sections The Panel identified five focus areas Branding Communications Education Finances and. Membership, The final report from the Panel was approved by the AWWA Board in June of 2014 The report sets a direction with the five specific. Strategic Themes as guides for the AWWA2020 A Path to One AWWA The report is recognition that the most important business. relationship that exists is between the Association and Section because that creates alignment and a sustainable future. Strategic clarity AWWA s most important and strategic business relationship is between the Association and Sections. Alignment fulfillment Affiliation Agreements governance model mission and the strategic plan all anticipate or are. based on alignment throughout AWWA, Sustainable future One AWWA is a stronger business model AWWA is our guide to that future. Strategic Theme Strategic Tactic, Communication Form the Strategic Coordinating Team SCT formed by July 2014. Education SCT develops a work plan that focuses on TWS and WaTER X. Membership SCT supports the review of proposed revisions to AWWA s membership model to be presented to BOD January. Branding SCT Assist all Sections in adopting the AWWA Branding Program completed by ACE16. Finance SCT reviews proposals to defray Association and Section costs rollout of a grant funded education program for. small systems,Respectfully submitted,Audrey Arisman. Executive Director Western Canada Section American Water Works Association. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report.
Alberta Trustee Report,1 2014 Networking Events,Calgary February. Saskatoon May,Edmonton August, YP curling networking events in planning for Edmonton. 2 WCW Alberta Provincial Council APC, Participation has been maintained when available to in the Provincial Council activities APC meetings. December 2013 Calgary Telephone conferenced in for the meeting. March 2014 Banff could not attend,May 2014 Edmonton. September 2014 Calgary could not attend, The main activities associated with these meetings have been.
Projects Seminars Past Upcoming and Future see below. A Completed Activities in 2014,Asset Management Edmonton on January 23. B Potential Upcoming Activities in 2014 and 2015, The following seminars are currently planned for the 2014. True Grit Online Delayed to 2015, Surface Water and Watershed Protection Red Deer on November 4 2014. Wastewater Membrane Seminar Red Deer in January 2015. New Water Wastewater Regulations Late 2015,C Future Activities. The following topics are being considered for Future Seminar Topics. Odor Management in Wastewater,Flood Mitigation Lift Stations.
Operation Challenges for Regional Systems Collection and Distribution. 3 Cross Connection Control Committee, Worked with the Communications Committee to develop new CCC banners New banners available for the AUMA. conference in November 2013 CCC representation noted that at the conference they experienced the most contact. with municipal leaders compared to previous tradeshows. CCC successfully represented at the AUMA Tradeshow in Calgary November 2013 commented on the most foo traffic. and interest at the CCC booth experienced than any other tradeshow. Future trades shows that CCC will represent at,2014 Manitoba AMM November 24 27 Winnipeg. 2015 Saskatchewan SUMA February 23 Saskatoon, Moving forward to work with the Communications Committee to develop informational handout pamplets for the. municipal tradeshows with safe water information and risks and educational contact. CCC continues to participate in the Annual National Committee meetings. Participated in Annual CCC meeting in Canmore June 2 4 2014. Respectfully submitted,Gyn Gyn Lee P Eng PMP,Alberta Trustee. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report.
Saskatchewan Trustee Report,WCW 2014 Conference Committee. Participated as part of the WCW 2014 Conference planning committee Attended monthly planning meetings and assisted. with planning and co ordination of conference activities. Activities for the conference include,Fundraising activities and events for WFP. YP Pub Night,YP and 1st time attendees conference session. Activities,Led by YP and WFP committees we have held. Bowling Session Regina,P3 Informational Session Lunch and Learn Regina.
Ostara Project Presentation Saskatoon, Attended YP co ordinators meeting in Regina to discuss some of the YP and conference planning. Fall Activities,Attend RMSO 5,Assist with conference activities. Networking events,Initiate 2015 seminar planning,Respectfully submitted. Michael Binns P Eng,Saskatchewan SK Trustee,Manitoba Trustee Report. Once again our volunteers have planned and executed several great events this year. The first event was our annual Water for People Curling Bonspiel spearheaded by our Water for People Committee co chair Paul. Klassen The local favourite attracted many participants and remains a fun way to network and support Water For People s. initiatives, The Young Professionals Committee organized a tour of the Fort Garry Brewery followed by pizza and samples The event was well.
attended by all our water professionals and WCS AWWA would like to extend sincerest thanks to the Fort Garry Brewing Company. for hosting us, Our Business After Hours Social Hour continues In case you haven t attended this event it is an opportunity for our local. members to meet and network on a quarterly basis Appetizers are free and the conversation is excellent There will be at least. one more Social Hour this year and I hope to see more of you there. As always we plan to end the year with our Annual Bowling Tournament The City of Winnipeg team is the current undefeated. champion but the competition will be fierce and fun as the other teams attempt to dethrone them. We intend to continue providing networking and educational events annually so please pay attention to those WCS AWWA Events. emails to confirm the dates of all our events Have a great conference. Respectfully submitted,Kyla L Kirk P Eng,Manitoba Trustee. Education Committee Report, 2014 has been a year of adjustment for this Committee Max Wong of Calgary was introduced as chair for the term from January. to August 2014 Gyn Gyn Lee of Edmonton will be taking over as Committee chair going forward with Max continuing to support. A committee has been assembled with members from Calgary Red Deer and Edmonton. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report. Recruitment throughout the year of designated Committee member champion for all major population centres This. has thus far been unsuccessful though there is some headway in Saskatchewan. o This should be a continuing effort to recruit Committee members for service of the membership in Saskatchewan. and Manitoba, o Some attempt were made to interest SK and MB YPs in this but not successful thus far.
Efforts begun for planning the proposed 2015 two day seminar This will be held in Calgary in April May 2015. o A draft plan for this session has been prepared, o Currently the plan is to have one workshop stream and one paper stream for the two day period for a total of four. 4 half day sessions of each type, o As of report time the Office is investigating possible venues in Calgary to accommodate a projected attendance of. 80 100 people, o Once this is completed the Committee will nominate leads for each workshop paper stream who will select. workshop leads and issue invitation to submit papers. The Chair attended the APC meeting in May 2014 in Edmonton It was discussed that southern and central Alberta are. extremely well served on educational opportunities but northern Alberta in particular Fort McMurray is not served. o It has been mentioned that some Fort McMurray members employers are willing to pay for trainers to go to their. area for training under condition that they attend the seminar for free. o This may be pursued with other COs to maximize educational exposure. Respectfully submitted,Education Committee Chair,Cross Connection Control Committee Report. WCS AWWA Cross Connection Control Committee Members are listed on the WCS AWWA Website. 2013 WCW Annual Conference Exhibition in Edmonton was attended by several committee members. o Thursday s guest speaker at lunch was John Alston the Water and Sewer Superintendent for the City of Bozeman. MT The topic of his speech was Cross Connection and he referenced our CCC Committee several times in his. Ron Wardner and Vice Chair Dean Wigmore attended the Canadian National Cross Connection Control Coordinating. Committee meeting in Toronto in early October,o Ron Wardner of WCS AWWA chaired the meeting.
o Change to the Legal section of the National CCC Manual was approved. o Approved the removal of the list of certified backflow preventers from the National CCC Manual and replaced it with. a link to the CSA website, o All sections committed to funding educators to participate in updating the National Exam Bank for CCC Testers. o Louise Egan of BCWWA moved into the chairperson s role at the conclusion of the meeting. Alberta Urban Municipalities Association Conference held in November at Calgary AB. o Volunteers from the City of Calgary and Alberta Municipal Affairs manned the booth. o Communications Committee was able to get the new banners completed in time for the Trade Show very positive. feedback from the people working the booth, o Booth was extremely busy very good interaction with Alberta s elected officials. Annual WCS AWWA CCC Meeting held in June at Canmore AB. o Committed to attending one provincial municipal association trade show per year to promote cross connection to. municipal government administration, o Developed new contest The good the bad and the ugly to promote Cross Connection testers submit photos of. ugly installations for a chance to win prizes donated by the manufacturers of backflow preventers. o Kevin Lang of the City of Regina to continue as Vice Chair. o Lorne Mireau of SIAST to continue as Education Chair. Respectfully submitted,Dean Wigmore,Cross Connection Control Committee Chair. 2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report,WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report.
Communications Committee Report, We are mid way into our second official year for the WCS AWWA Communications Committee and our committee continues to be. actively involved by encouraging membership benefits through different media tools The committee currently has 6 enthusiastic. members one less from last year located in both Alberta and Manitoba All committee members have been working hard to. maintain the overall objective of developing innovative ways to communicate awareness and knowledge of the Water Industry. issues and events via different media tools to existing members and encouraging new membership and engagement So far this. year we have had 1 teleconference in addition to frequent one on one calls between chair member As committee chair I am very. happy about the efforts put in by all members who have helped to address the planned activities that were assigned according to. the 2014 work plan, This year we have managed to accomplish the following until now in 2014. Ongoing website review and maintenance, Ongoing distribution of email Water Industry news alerts. Assistance with WCS AWWA networking events, Assisting the Education Committee with planning of the upcoming May 2015 Specialty Workshop planned to be held in. Calgary Alberta, Maintaining section presence in the WCW quarterly magazine by finding members to write articles.
Assistance with the creation and sales of Water For People WFP t shirts. In addition to the above we will continue to assist with planning coordination of WCS AWWA networking events for the remainder. of the year In the very near future our committee will assist the Cross Connection Control CCC committee with the development. of a CCC handout that can be distributed at various networking seminars and tradeshows. All members of this committee are working hard to keep the lines of communication open with the other committees and provide. support to them when required Thank you for the continued opportunity of being chair to the committee as this experience is still. one that I thoroughly enjoy I am extremely satisfied with our participation and presence in the overall WCS AWWA section. Respectfully submitted,Sharmila Acharya M Eng P Eng. Communications Committee Chair,Membership Committee Report. Membership is an art with this in mind WCS of AWWA has been looking at understanding the factors and drivers which impact its. Based on this a significant focus to address growth of the WCS membership is through retention of first year members. At the beginning of 2014 0 6 increase in retention of first year members was realised over the previous fiscal year This. is due to an 87 6 retention rate of first year members that had joined the organisation. o In 2013 there were 49 new members Grades 02 and 06. o To date as at July 2014 20 new members,o To date as at July 2014 641 Active members. o Current retention rate 94, With a view to increasing membership the Committee will be completing a survey later this year to be used as a tool to. better identify the tangible and non tangible benefits to increase membership as well as a tool to drive marketing. Figures 1 and 2 show a decline in total membership with the decline being affected primarily through reduced number. of individual membership,2014 WCS AWWA Annual Report.
WCS AWWA 2014 Annual Report,Figure 1 Total membership Trend 2012 2014. Figure 2 Membership count per grade July 2014, We sadly said good bye to Gary Sullivan our membership liaison at AWWA head office enjoy your retirement years God bless. Respectfully submitted,Claudia Bess Ouko,Membership Committee Co Chair.

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