DATE: Wednesday, October 26th
PLACE: Hawthorne Lucky Lab Brew Pub, 915 SE Hawthorne Blvd
TIME: 11:30 a.m: Networking, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m: Presentation
SPEAKER: Marlys Mock and Todd Perimon, TVWD
TOPIC: Regional Willamette Water Supply Program
The regional Willamette Water Supply System (WWSS) will provide additional resiliency and redundancy to the water supplies of the City of Hillsboro and the Tualatin Valley Water District in Washington County and other potential project partners. The WWSS will include a 60 MGD water treatment plant, 30 million gallons of terminal reservoir storage, and more than 30 miles of 66-in to 48-in diameter pipeline. This presentation will provide an overview of the WWSS, detail the efforts of the Program Team and agency partners to identify and gain endorsement of an approved pipeline route, and discuss how the team coordinates with the numerous stakeholders on this $1.2 billion regional water supply program.
Marlys Mock has worked in public involvement and communications in the Pacific Northwest since 1998 as both a consultant and public official. Prior to joining the Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP) Marlys was the facilities liaison for Portland Public Schools. In her current role as the Communication and Outreach Coordinator for the WWSP, Marlys oversees the communication and outreach efforts to 8 cities, two counties and the numerous stakeholder groups in the region.
Todd Perimon is a registered Civil Engineer with over 25 years of experience in planning, design and construction of large water infrastructure projects. He has been involved in numerous seismic resiliency projects including serving on the Water and Wastewater Committee that developed the Oregon Resilience Plan. Todd currently serves as the Program Delivery and Real Estate manager for the WWSP.