2019 National Waterways Legislative Summit

11 Jan 2019 9:51 PM | Tom Poer (Administrator)

Save the Date!  The National Waterways Conference (NWC) is hosting its annual Legislative Summit March 4-6, 2019 in Washington DC.  The NWC invites all who are interested in current water resource development and the future direction of the nation’s water resource programs to attend the conference’s Legislative Summit.   As in years past the Legislative Summit will feature high-ranking Congressional and Executive branch officials and industry leaders about policy and program expectations for 2019. 

The NWC announced that invited speakers include the leadership of both the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. From the Executive Branch, speakers will include the Honorable R.D. James, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) and Major General Scott Spellmon, Commanding General for Civil and Emergency Operations of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  The NWC will continue to add speakers to reflect the nation’s Civil Works program and policy activities that will affect future water resource and associated economic development across the nation.

The Legislative Summit will be held 4-6 March at the Madison Washington DC, a Hilton Hotel, located at 1177 NW 15th Street, Washington DC.  The Madison Washington DC has a special room rate for the Summit of $299 that expires on February 8, 2019.  For hotel reservations contact Hilton reservations at 1-800 Hiltons (445-8666) or the Madison directly at 202-862-1600.

As a member and supporting organization of the National Waterways Conference MOARC encourages you register today to attend the 2019 NWC Legislative Summit.   You can register on line at http://www.waterway.org  or by FAX at (866) 371-1390. 

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