drinking water and wastewater utilities. NAWC-PA member companies provide safe and adequate drinking water service to over 3.1 million Pennsylvanians in 492 communities in 39 counties. In addition, NAWC-PA member companies provide wastewater service to approximately 195,000 Pennsylvanians in 34 communities across nine counties.
JT Hand, Chairman of the PA Chapter, describes how Milliron Goodman has assisted the NAWC-PA member companies in reaching its legislative and regulatory goals.
The Pennsylvania Academy of Ophthalmology (PAO) is the professional association responsible for representing Pennsylvania’s eye physicians and surgeons. The PAO’s purpose is to promote safe quality eye care and the profession of Ophthalmology in Pennsylvania. The PAO represents approximately seven hundred Ophthalmologists from across the Commonwealth.
The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association (PMTA) was organized in 1928. As part of a national integrated network of trucking associations and affiliates, their purpose is to identify the key issues that impact the trucking industry and fight to preserve and strengthen the trucking industry in Pennsylvania, and through our elected officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. The organization also provide an array of tangible business services to its members, delivering education and awareness programs, up-to-the-minute industry news and trends, and money saving services.
Joe Butzer, Interim President of PMTA describes how Milliron Goodman has assisted his organization in reaching its legislative goals and helping to further its mission.
PA Osteopathic Medical Association (POMA) is the official voice for over 8,000 licensed osteopathic physicians, plus residents, interns and students, in Pennsylvania. The purpose of POMA is to promote public health by the elevation and maintenance of high standards of osteopathic education; the stimulation of research and investigation; and the collection and dissemination of such knowledge for the education and improvement of the profession and for the benefit of humanity.
Gene Battistella, DO, POMA President shares his experience working with Milliron Goodman Government Relations, particularly as the organization faced an important issue that came to a head amidst a global pandemic.
The Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau (PMVB) is a private, non-profit, membership based organization that was established in 1934. They are the official destination marketing organization for the four-county, Pocono Mountains region of Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne. The region is famous for its resorts, natural scenic beauty, 150 lakes including Lake Wallenpaupack, and quaint, historic towns. The organization’s mission is to enhance the economic and environmental well-being of the region and its members through the promotion of tourism and the comprehensive marketing of the Pocono Mountains as a destination.
Chris Barrett, President and CEO of Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau shares his experience working with Milliron Goodman Government Relations over the years.