The Utility Management Committee is always looking for new members that are interested in water and wastewater financial and management issues. We meet approximately quarterly and have a goal of preparing two workshops a year.
Brian Houston, LaBella
2017 Vice Chair
To promote optimal financial management to assure the future viability of water and wastewater utilities in North Carolina
Environmental Finance Center at the UNC School of Government
The Environmental Finance Center assists communities; provides training and policy analysis services; and disseminates tools and resources on topics such as cost accounting, rate setting, and the development of sustainable cost recovery and institutional management systems.
North Carolina Government Finance Officer’s Association
An association of over 200 local government finance officers. The purpose of this Association is to promote the improvement of the methods of governmental financing in North Carolina as developed and recommended by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board, and other recognized authorities in the field of government administration.
North Carolina City & County Management Association
The North Carolina City and County Management Association (NCCCMA) is the professional association for city and county managers and assistant managers from counties and municipalities throughout the State of North Carolina. One of our primary purposes for existing is to improve the quality of local government. Our members subscribe to a high standard of professionalism, including conformance with the ICMA Code of Ethics.
North Carolina League of Municipalities
A nonpartisan federation of more than 530 cities, towns and villages in North Carolina with the following purposes: advocate for municipalities at the state and federal level; provide a forum for the exchange of ideas among municipal officials; promote excellence and efficiency in municipal government; and provide services and information that will help municipal officials meet the needs of their citizens.
Learn More About the Utility Management CommitteePosted in NC AWWA-WEA News, Tuesday, April 4, 2017Originally printed in the Winter 2016/17 issue of NC Currents magazine.
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New Pricing Structure in 2016Posted in NC AWWA-WEA News, Thursday, December 3, 2015In 2016 NC AWWA-WEA will implement a new 3-tiered pricing structure for most of our events. The pricing for both the Spring and Annual conferences will ... more »
Plant Spotlight QuestionnairePosted in Plant Spotlight, Friday, April 10, 2015For publication in NC Currents and on the Association website www.ncsafewater.org.
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