The Mission of AEA

The mission of AEA is to deliver information, education and advocacy programs and services that help member organizations provide excellent service to ratepayers and that help the public understand and value the work of AEA members.

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AEA Videos

We recently asked some members why they belong to AEA. To find out what they said, watch this video.

 


AEA Participates in Public Policy Roundtable

For the second year in a row, AEA participated in a roundtable about dealing with NJ public policy on water infrastructure.The event, titled Tackling NJ's Water Woes: What's Next?"  featured executive directors of two AEA member organizations. Charles Norkis, of Cape May County MUA and Pam Carolan, of Mount Laurel MUA. Norkis was on the panel. "Fixing NJ's Water Systems." Carolan's panel was "Drinking Water: Will We have Enough?"

Watch the video -- Norkis and Carolan join other experts to discuss fixing infrastructure and water supply.

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SHBP & PERS Update- STATE HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAM (SHBP) and SCHOOL EMPLOYEES' HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAM (SEHBP) OPEN ENROLLMENT AND NEW PLAN DESIGNS FOR PLAN YEAR 2012 October 17 until November 11, 2011 http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/pensions/open-2011.shtml

 

AEA Continues Four Decades of Education andLeadership Building in the NJ Public Water/Wastewater/Solid Waste Sector

Thank you to all who attended the AEA Fall Conference.To view the presentations, please log in to our Member Content section. About 200 professionals and leaders from the water/wastewater/solid waste sector in NJ gathered in the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City to hear 15 speakers discuss the future of authorities, energy resilience and disaster funding, emerging technology, future regulation of stormwater, asset management, Barnegat Bay and the Delaware River basin and more.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Bowman & Company LLP
Ferraioli, Weikoltz, Cerullo & Cuva, P.A.
Hatch Mott MacDonald
Hawkins Delafield & Wood LLP
Kelly Engineering
Kleinfelder
Maraziti Falcon
Maser Consulting
McManimon, Scotland & Baumann LLC
Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor, LLC
Schwartz Simon Edelstein & Celso, LLC
T&M Associates
The Buzak Law Group
Tyler & Carmeli, P.C.

AEA Elected New Officers

President
Michael Ruppel,South Monmouth RSA
First Vice President
Dennis Palmer, Landis SA
Second Vice President
Dave Harpell,Jackson MUA
Treasurer
Justin Flancbaum, Lakewood Township MUA
Past President
Richard Dovey, Atlantic County UA

AEA elected the following members to its Board of Directors:
Dennis Palmer, Landis SA
Bob Fischer, Bayshore RSA
Manuel Ponte, R3M Engineering
Sue Brasefield, Maser Consulting

Flushable May Not Mean What You Think

Rob Villee, the executive director of AEA organization, the Plainfield Area Regional Sewerage Authority, has been a leader in helping make the public aware of the problem moist wipes cause in wastewater systems. Villee has been part of a national task force that has engaged the public and household wipes manufacturers in a dialogue about this. The Dr. Oz Show recently brought new awareness to this. Click here to read more and link to the Dr. Oz video.


The SEC is focusing special attention compliance with requirements on disclosure for bond issuers. Those who belive they may not be in compliance or may be in partial compliance are being advised to take steps to review their situation. Article on bond disclosure rules by Chris Langhart.

AEA Executive Director a Guest on Rowan Radio Program
AEA Executive Director Peggy Gallos was a guest on the Rowan University radio station program, A Community Affair, on Monday, July 14. During the interview, Peggy and host Jackson Baird discussed New Jersey's infrastructure needs and about how important it is that water and sewer funds are not diverted for other uses. She also offered insights into how AEA helps its members. LISTEN.

President Michael Ruppel, South Monmouth RSA

1st Vice President

Dennis Palmer, Landis SA

 

2nd Vice President

Dave Harpell, Jackson MUA

 

Treasurer

Justin Flancbaum, Lakewood Township MUA

 

Past President

Richard Dovey, Atlantic County UA