League of Wisconsin Municipalities 2022 Annu ....

(Note - This is not an APWA sponsored event but is being publicized here due to its value and interest to our membership. Use the links below to register through the host organization's website.)

Get your EPW Professional Development Hours at the League’s 124th Annual Conference in LaCrosse on October 19- 21. One-day registration is available! The Engineering and Public Works Section of the League put together a valuable list of EPW specific sessions for the Engineering and Public Works Institute at the Annual Conference.

Included are: 

  • EPW Roundtable
  • Redevelopment Resources: Addressing PFAS, Cost Recovery Strategies and Best Practices
  • Charging Ahead: Opportunities and Challenges for EV Infrastructure in Wisconsin
  • Local Transportation Funding Through Utilities
  • City of Elkhorn Infiltration/Inflow Mitigation
  • Easy on the Salt
  • The Nitty Gritty of Headworks Design

You are also welcome to attend any of the other sessions, tour the exhibit hall, participate in the solution sessions and engage in networking – everything else at the conference! See the full agenda and register here:

https://lwm-info.org/731/Annual-Conference

Thanks to the Engineering and Public Works Section for their work!

  • 1st Vice Chairman: Dan Koski, Director of Public Infrastructure, Manitowoc
  • 2nd Vice Chairman: Matthew Lindstrom, Public Works Operations Manager, Elkhorn
  • Secretary: Greg Boldt, Assistant City Engineer, Kenosha
  • Past Presidents: Josh Radomski, Director of Public Works, New Berlin; Amber Thomas, PE, Director of Public Works/Engineer, Grafton; Rick Schmidt, Public Works Director, Nekoosa and Rob Vanden Noven, Dir. of Public Works/Engineer, Port Washington.     

Register NOW HERE! Supply chain issues mean that hotels need food and other numbers earlier than usual. You can plan ahead so they (and we) can plan ahead. 


Also, please check out our Regional Meetings - you can REGISTER for the League’s Regional Meetings HERE – Sept 13, 14, 15, 22, 27, and 28.


Click HERE for more information on the League of Wisconsin Municipalities.

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