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Maine Water V.P. leading Maine Water Utilities Association

Mike Cummons began new duties in January  2024

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Maine Water V.P. leading Maine Water Utilities Association

March 14, 2024 – Saco, Maine – The Maine Water Utilities Association (MWUA)  elected Maine Water’s Mike Cummons as its new president at their 98th annual meeting.

The MWUA is a nonprofit membership organization formed in 1925. The group brings water professionals from throughout the state together on a regular basis to share information and ideas, and advocate for safe drinking water in the state of Maine. 

A resident of Saco, Cummons has been with Maine Water for almost 14 years, and has been a longtime volunteer with MWUA. He was elevated to Vice President at Maine Water just over a year ago.

Mike Cummons

“Mike is a well-rounded water professional with a career of varied experience centered in operations, which makes him a great fit for this position,” said Mark Vannoy, President of Maine Water. “Maine as a whole has fantastic water resources, but the challenge of getting that water efficiently and cost-effectively to customers never ends. The association plays a key role not just in the challenges of today, but as a member organization providing water professionals the network and voice to advocate for solutions as we seek to serve our communities with quality drinking water in the decades to come. The role of association president requires a skilled collaborator, and that’s Mike for sure.”

“There’s already an excellent spirit of collaboration among the state’s water utilities, and I hope to enhance that during my tenure,” Cummons said. “We all have the same goal, that Maine people are drinking fresh water of the very highest quality.”

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