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Local infrastructure involving combined sewer overflows

April 5, 2012

SouthEast Michigan governments have been on the path
toward rebuilding much-needed infrastructure to insure
local waterways stay relatively clean.
The economic challenges to remain on this path are daunting.

Combined Sewer Systems exist in Oakland County
and impact the local waterways in Macomb County.
– Notice the use of the weir in dry conditions diverting flow for the link below:

A view of Oakland/Macomb counties can be seen here:

Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
Information Center
535 Griswold Street, Suite 300
Detroit, MI 48226-3602
313-961-4266 • fax 313-961-4869


Chuck Hersey, Manager of Environmental Programs,
Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
535 Griswold, Suite 300
Detroit, MI 48226
313-324-3346 (direct)

George Ellenwood, Assistant Director Public Affairs
Detroit Water and Sewerage Department
735 Randolph
Detroit, MI 48826-2830
313-964-9460 (direct)

Kurt Heise, Director, Wayne County Department of Environment
415 Clifford
Detroit , Michigan 48226-1515
313-224-3631 (office)

John McCulloch, Oakland County Drain Commissioner
One Public Works Drive, Bldg. #95 West
Waterford, MI 48328-1907
248-858-0958 (office)

Lynne Yustick, Engineer, Macomb County Public Works Office
115 South Groesbeck Highway
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
586-469-5910 (office)

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