Miss Utility is partnering with the Bowie Baysox, minor league affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, to host a Touch a Truck Day at Prince George's Stadium on Saturday, May 30. The Touch A Truck is a FREE event, families will have the opportunity to explore heavy machinery, vehicles and emergency response vehicles in a safe environment.
Miss Utility would like to invite you to be a partner in this exciting event to support damage prevention awareness by bringing your organization's machinery or vehicle for attendees to observe and explore. The first 500 kids ages 3-12 to arrive will receive a free t-shirt. The event will be followed by the Bowie Baysox game against the Harrisburg Senators, the game is a separate ticketed event.
Plenty of parking space is available, but to confirm your participation at Touch a Truck Day, please complete the attached vehicle registration form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1. Download Registration Form
Legislative Updates and News now available for Download
The State of Maryland Veteran Cemeteries have abundant clean (FREE) fill soil if anyone would like. We would appreciate any help passing our information on to those who would be interested in the soil.
POC for each site to make arrangements for soil removal:
Pat Ritter/ Superintendent
Here is a link to the fishing tournament information. Please note the departure time change. You may now leave the dock any time after 5:45 a.m. and must leave by 6:15 a.m. Breakfast will be set up by 5:30 a.m. 2015 Fishing Letter and 2015 Fishing Registration
Here is a copy of the new Contingent Price Items as approved by Baltimore County. Please note that the County has increased the Borrow for back fill to $80/CY. From the proposed 60/CY. These prices go into effect March 1st. Download
The Maryland General Assembly will start the annual session shortly. Please follow along as we bring you all the legislation that affects our industry.
To see pictures from past events head on over to the Events page and scroll down to the event you would like to see.
“Update guy” would like to remind all the members to be sure to attend the general meetings. Attending the meetings is a great way to network with others in our industry. The meetings also cover many of the local changes to specifications and an excellent way to keep your crews ahead of the curve when it comes to compliance.
For the latest Howard County Water and Sewer Capital Projects Bid Advertisement, click here.
Our executive director would like to know from the members if anyone has a need for any safety services (i.e. confined space, CPR,etc) . Elaine can set up safety services for our membership at a reduced rate. It is one of the advantages of membership in the AUC.
We are always looking for new members. If anyone has an idea for a new member please contact Elaine. Building membership helps keep our organization strong with new thoughts, ideas and services.
For AUC tracked Bills, make sure to visit our links page for the dedicated section!
Head over to the links page to find information about
Baltimore City Street Cuts Information
New OSHA Overhead Lines Clearance Requirements
New Harford County Water & Sewer Regs
Anne Arundel County Jobs
Maryland Cell Phone Law Fact Sheet
See the latest Howard County Water and Sewer Capital Projects Bid Advertisements
Current Howard County Water and Sewer Bid List
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Any members or associates that have any information they would like to see on the website, please forward it to the “Update Guy”, Hans at email@example.com
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The Associated Utility Contractors of Maryland, Inc. was incorporated on March 11, 1950 by a group of concerned contractors interested in the welfare and advancement of the utility contracting industry. The Association is a founding and highly active member of the Clean Water Construction Coalition (C.W.C.C.).