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Banking in Pandemic -- Survival Tips for Water and Wastewater Utilities! - 3 Sessions
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This webinar will explore many of the banking services and products that can help utilities meet their banking needs throughout the pandemic and beyond.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/15/2020 to 6/25/2020
When: 3 Virtual Sessions - 6/15 or 6/23 or 6/25/20
1:30 pm
Where: Virtual Session
Maine
United States
Contact: Kathleen Brill
2077374092


Online registration is available until: 6/25/2020
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Banking in Pandemic -- Survival Tips for Water and Wastewater Utilities!

Session Description:
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create new challenges daily to water and wastewater districts and departments across the State of Maine. In addition to keeping infrastructure running 24/7, utility offices still need to manage their banking needs. This webinar will explore many of the banking services and products that can help utilities meet their banking needs throughout the pandemic and beyond. Our webinar will include an introductory discussion of remote banking services and government financing options available today.

Session Date Options:
June 15, 2020, Monday – 1:30 pm – Session #92056 OR
June 23, 2020, Tuesday – 1:30 pm – Session #92057 OR
June 25, 2020, Thursday – 1:30 pm – Session #92058

Location: This will be a live 1-hour virtual class.

Fee: $30 per member ---- $45 per non-member

Note: Zoom connection information will be sent to each registrant 3 days prior to each session. Connection options:

  • Call dial-in number provided in Zoom email invitation
  • Connect with your computer by clicking on link in Zoom email invitation
  • If your computer does not have a microphone, you will need to both call in to listen and be heard and connect with your computer to view the PowerPoint presentation.
  • If possible, a copy of the PowerPoint presentation will be attached to the Zoom email invitation.


State Agency Approval
Maine BLWSO: 1.0 TCHs for Water Operators - 068-2020-MRW
Maine DEP: 1.0 TCHs for Wastewater Operators - MRWA200528M
Note: Maine DEP allows a maximum of 6 TCHs of combined safety and management training for certified wastewater operators in each renewal cycle. 


Instructor: Jason Simcock, Director of Government Banking Services, Androscoggin Bank
Jason joined Androscoggin Bank in April of 2011 and brings over 17 years of municipal government experience to his position. Prior to the Bank, he worked for three communities in Maine and one in Vermont. He brings an extensive background in town management, economic development, municipal budgeting and community development to the Bank. He has also held treasurer and tax collector positions for municipalities and has worked for the Maine Local Roads Center where he assisted communities meet infrastructure and public works management challenges across the State. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for both the Maine Rural Water Association and the
Economic Development Council of Maine.

Instructor: John Simko, Vice President of Government Finance, Androscoggin Bank
Jason has been involved in municipal management and finance since 1997. Before working for the bank, John served as the Town Manager for Greenville for over 13 years, and for Sangerville for 3 years before that. John also spent two years on the staff of then-U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell in Washington, DC. With his education and experience in government administration, John’s specialty at Androscoggin Bank is public sector finance and local government lending. John has been a volunteer firefighter for the past 26 years and has been a part-time Advanced EMT for the past 23 years. He serves as a Trustee for Foxcroft Academy, a Director for the Greenville Housing Corporation, and represents Androscoggin Bank on the Maine Bankers Association Legislative Committee.


For more information call 207-737-4092 or email register@mainerwa.org
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and Maine BLWSO training provider.