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Carrie Lewis

Carrie M. Lewis, Superintendent of the Milwaukee Water Works.

 

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City Hall: Should City Workers Get COVID Bonus?
City Hall

Should City Workers Get COVID Bonus?

Public Works employees can't work from home, face more risk of COVID-19.

City Hall: Audit Gives Water Works High Marks
City Hall

Audit Gives Water Works High Marks

Outside audit of city utility found good practices for lead reduction, water quality monitoring.

City Hall: Former Health Director Blames Barrett
City Hall

Former Health Director Blames Barrett

Bevan Baker breaks his silence, slams Mayor and other city departments.

City Hall: Karen Dettmer Will Lead Water Works
City Hall

Karen Dettmer Will Lead Water Works

Committee puts veteran engineer through the ringer before endorsing her appointment.

Jennifer Gonda On the Hot Seat

Jennifer Gonda On the Hot Seat

New Water Works director opposed by some aldermen, and faces tough lead pipes issue.

Tainted Water: DNR Delays on Lead Poisoning Issue
Tainted Water

DNR Delays on Lead Poisoning Issue

State officials fail to update lead testing guidance in wake of Flint crisis.

Murphy’s Law: State Drags Feet On Lead-Tainted Water
Murphy’s Law

State Drags Feet On Lead-Tainted Water

Its program underfunds Milwaukee while pushing for upgrades that residents can't afford.

Milwaukee Water Works – Update on water main breaks advisory

Contribution to Tom Barrett of $100

Milwaukee Water Works – Update on water main breaks advisory
Press Release

Milwaukee Water Works – Update on water main breaks advisory

On Saturday, May 17, 2014, the Milwaukee Water Works (MWW) identified a leak on an 84-inch water main located outside the Texas Avenue Pumping Station.

Milwaukee Leads The Way on Water Testing

Milwaukee Leads The Way on Water Testing

After the cryptosporidium crisis city became a national leader, whose system tests for more than 500 chemicals.

Water for Jobs Application Approved by City Committee

Water for Jobs Application Approved by City Committee

At the January 6th, 2010 Public Works Committee meeting the first step was taken towards creating a special water rate that could be given to businesses in return for job creation within the City of Milwaukee.