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The committee meets monthly to review data on how many women and people of color are hired for apprenticeships, workforce, and subcontracting roles as part of Secondary Treatment Expansion projects. Meetings are held online.
At the June 10, 2021, meeting, Advisors heard from Director Gabriel Solmer about the Water Bureau's commitment to the Good Neighbor Agreement, and received an update on facility and site design progress. Related materials and options to share your feedback are below.
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The committee meets monthly to review data on how many women and people of color are hired for apprenticeships, workforce, and subcontracting roles as part of Secondary Treatment Expansion projects. Meetings are held online.
At the May 13, 2021, meeting, Advisors heard from Water Bureau leads for communication, design, construction, and operation how Good Neighbor commitments will be upheld. Related materials and options to share your feedback are below.
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The committee meets monthly to review data on how many women and people of color are hired for apprenticeships, workforce, and subcontracting roles as part of Secondary Treatment Expansion projects. Meetings are held online.
Virtual OMSI Science Pub: The Science of Clean, Safe Drinking Water with Kimberly Gupta, Bull Run Supply and Treatment Manager for the Portland Water Bureau.
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The committee meets monthly to review data on how many women and people of color are hired for apprenticeships, workforce, and subcontracting roles as part of Secondary Treatment Expansion projects. Meetings are held online.
At the Mar. 11, 2021, meeting Advisors heard from Finance Director Cecelia Huynh about ways the Water Bureau is maintaining rate affordability while making investments in the Bull Run Treatment Projects. Related materials and options to share your feedback are below.
Bull Run Treatment Projects WIFIA Loan Award Recognition event.
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The committee meets monthly to review data on how many women and people of color are hired for apprenticeships, workforce, and subcontracting roles as part of Secondary Treatment Expansion projects. Meetings are held online.
At the Jan. 14, 2021, meeting, Advisors heard an update on the Pipelines project and Facility design concepts. Related materials and options to share your feedback are below.