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The 2020 Nomination Slate includes:

  • Molly Maciejewski, City of Ann Arbor, for Trustee
  • Rick Solle, City of Plainfield, for Trustee
  • Aaron Uranga, Hubbell Roth and Clark for Chair-Elect

All members pllanning to attend the Annual Business Meeting are asked to register through the regular registration process for MI-ACE 2020, even if you plan to only attend the Business Meeting. Register here.



Molly is the Public Works Manager for the City of Ann Arbor. Molly has worked for Ann Arbor since 2007 and has held a variety of positions, including Water Quality Manager and Water Treatment Plant Manager. Prior to her tenure in Ann Arbor, Molly spent 11 years working for EGLE (then MDEQ), where she worked as an analyst and supervisor in the drinking water and stormwater programs. Molly is a native of Washtenaw County, growing up on a small but water-rich piece of property that included a nice wetland and two creeks. In contrast, Molly’s grandmother lived on the banks of the Ohio River, where the impacts of runoff and lax regulations were apparent. Molly attributes her exposure to these very different watersheds to her passion for environmental stewardship and all things water.

Molly has a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and a master’s degree in Public Administration, both from the University of Michigan. She holds an F-1 and S-3 license and is a long-standing member of AWWA. Since 2014, she has served as Chair of the Government Affairs Council. Molly has a keen interest in workforce development and hopes to foster and support development of Public Works Academies and other apprenticeship programs to raise awareness about careers in the water sector and attract new workers to the field. Molly also hopes to continue to promote more collaboration between AWWA and other organizations with a shared interest in water issues because she believes those joint efforts add strength to our voice and have more influence and reach than we would otherwise have working independently. These types of partnerships also reflect Molly’s passion and desire to always approach water issues holistically.

Molly lives in Dexter, MI, with her husband Jason and their three children Quentin (21), Riley (14), and Paxton (12).




Rick is currently the Director of Public Services for Plainfield Charter Township. Part of his daily duties include oversight of the Plainfield Township water distribution system and their 16 MGD water treatment plant. Rick has been working for Plainfield in this capacity since 2008. Rick grew up in the Grand Rapids area and got his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Calvin College. Out of college, he worked for the engineering firm Prein & Newhof for about 10 years. As a professional engineer at Prein & Newhof, he worked primarily with clients on water and sewer projects throughout West Michigan.

His most memorable project was replacing an aging 66-inch reinforced concrete force main that had had some catastrophic failures in Muskegon. The replacement was a 60-inch ductile iron force main, one of the first ductile iron installations of its size in Michigan.
Rick now lives in Grand Rapids with his wife of 24 years, and two of their three kids. His oldest received  the MI-AWWA scholarship back in 2016, graduated from the University of Michigan in December 2019, and now lives in Chicago. His middle child graduated from high school in 2019, is working now and ‘plans’ to move into his own place soon. The youngest will be a senior next year. Rick’s hobbies include golf and traveling.

Rick has been a member of AWWA since 2008, has worked as a volunteer on a number of MI-AWWA projects and has been a presenter at numerous conferences. He is looking forward to getting more involved with the overall leadership of the organization and truly appreciates the support in this nomination.




Aaron is a licensed professional engineer working as an Associate in the Detroit office of Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc. (HRC). Originally from Los Angeles, CA, Aaron moved to Michigan in the 1990s. Aaron holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a master’s degree in Civil Engineering, both from the University of Michigan. Aaron has spent his career working as a consulting engineer in the Civil Engineering, both from the University of Michigan. Aaron has spent his career working as a consulting engineer in the water industry, with his first 14 years at Stantec and his last seven at HRC.

Aaron has been an active member of the section over the past decade, serving on the MI-AWWA Water Treatment Practices Committee, the Technical Network Council, and currently as a Board Trustee and as Board Council Liaison to the Communications Council.
Aaron lives in Canton, MI, with his wife of 16 years, Robin, and their two children. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys fishing, coaching baseball, and serving as an Assistant Scoutmaster in his sons’ Boy Scout Troop.  Aaron is looking forward to his continued involvement with the Section and encouraging younger members to take on a more active role to foster their own career growth.


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