Please join us for this season's first lunch meeting on September 24th. George Haga, Michael Oezer and Steve Groenenboom will be speaking about the Ada Village Redesign.
Please note: we will be starting the CMFA Must Be Present To Win this month. One drawing for a $25 gift card per meeting from the entire membership list with a progressive jackpot if the winner is not in attendance. Carry overs until the May drawing where we would draw a name until an attending member's name is called.
Supervisor and Utility Director
George Haga is the Ada Township supervisor and utility director for Ada Township. He has served in these positions for 27 years. George graduated from Forest Hills Central and has an associates degree in Business Administration Majoring in Transportation from Davenport University.
Michael J. Oezer
Michael J. Oezer is a Professional Engineer with Progressive AE. A 1991 graduate of Calvin College, Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. His experience includes project management, design, analysis, permitting, and construction. His focus area is municipal infrastructure improvements including road construction, waste water and storm water collection and treatment systems, water systems, and site plan reviews for conformance with municipal standards. He works for a variety of client throughout Michigan and often deals with specialty projects such as water tank coatings and inland lakes projects.
Moore & Bruggink
Steve Groenenboom, P.E. - Steve attended Calvin College and graduated with a Masters of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1987. He spent his first two years out of college as a parking ramp designer at Carl Walker Engineers in Kalamazoo - the parking ramp design capital of the world - and he made the transition to civil engineering at Moore & Bruggink where has worked since 1988. Steve serves as the company's Vice President, and he has been the engineer for Ada Township since 1995. Steve likes to tell people he gets to work on "cool projects" in west Michigan, and Envision Ada certainly fits in that category.