The Public Services Advisory Committee was developed to help MMRMA members reduce their potential for liability and property losses that can result from the delivery of public services such as roads, sewers, water, and other municipal infrastructure.
The committee is made up of public service division department heads, supervisors, and managers from MMRMA member entities. The diverse group of members varies in size and the types of public services they provide. Their collective experience and range of backgrounds allows the committee to understand loss exposures faced by MMRMA members.
The Public Services Advisory Committee meets every six weeks to review risk management issues, members' loss information, industry standards, and state and federal legislation. The committee also develops training programs and other resources for MMRMA members. Their Sewer Backup: Grease Interceptor Plan
brochure outlines ordinances and inspection procedures to ensure that restaurants do not cause grease buildup in municipal sewer lines.