Today is the final day of Infrastructure Week, which started on May 11. Here is information on Infrastructure Week, found directly on its website
“Now in its 3rd year, Infrastructure Week will bring together thousands of stakeholders in Washington and around the country to highlight the critical importance of investing in and modernizing America’s infrastructure systems, and the essential role infrastructure plays in our economy.
Nearly 80 affiliates from business, labor and advocacy are convening around America to host more than 50 events and bring a strong message directly to Congress that America cannot wait for long-term solutions to infrastructure investment and revitalization.”
Various organizations led and organized Infrastructure Week – National Association of Manufacturers, AFL-CIO, American Society of Civil Engineers, Building America’s Future, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Metropolitan Policy Program.
This is an important time to focus on our infrastructure, which includes our water infrastructure. Our infrastructure literally is the foundation of our country, so investing in its repair and replacement is serious.