Lien On Us
In light of public health concerns from COVID19, water districts are directed to not engage in any disconnection notices and service disconnections until further notice. Districts are permitted to pursue the lien process. Water and Sewer Districts are invited to participate in learning the four-step process to securing a lien for unpaid rates.
A properly perfected lien will give a District priority over mortgages and all other liens, except for municipal taxes. It will also result in the transfer of ownership of the property to the District when the lien forecloses. Failure to strictly adhere to the requirements of the statute will negate the lien and eliminate the priority of claims that the District would otherwise benefit.
Instruction will be provided in a relaxed atmosphere with step by step guidance. Attendees are encouraged to have a particular past due account when participating in the class to allow hands on guidance in completing the process.
Dates/Time: 9/22/20, 9:00 to 11:15 am (Course #92121)
Location: This will be a live 2-hour Zoom class (one 15-minute break).
Class size will be limited to allow for an optimal learning experience.
Fee: $45 for Members ----- $60 for Non-Members
Note: Zoom connection information will be sent to each registrant 2-3 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’ll 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: 2.0 TCHs for Water Operators (Pending)
Maine DEP: 2.0 TCHs for Wastewater Operators (MRWA200922)
Instructor: Daphne Paulette, Financial Circuit Rider, Maine Rural Water Association, has more than 34 years in Non-Profit Fund Accounting experience. She has worked 28 years in public water and wastewater and has Class II Water Operator Treatment and Distribution licenses. Daphne is dedicated to helping systems achieve business success by helping them establish regulated financial processes. She is committed to delivering services that meet each utility’s unique objectives.
For more information call 207-737-4092 or email email@example.com
MRWA is a fully approved Maine Department of Environmental Protection
and Maine BLWSO training provider.