MPCA submits 2018 Impaired Waters List to EPA for approval

by MESERB Communications • April 24, 2018

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) submitted Minnesota’s 2018 proposed Impaired Waters List to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on April 9. Contents of the public meetings, public comments, the MPCA’s responses to comments, and the 2018 Guidance Manual [...] Read more

Judge upholds decision disapproving proposed rules for wild rice waters

by MESERB Communications • April 19, 2018

In January, a state administrative law judge disapproved the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s proposed repeal of the existing 10 mg/L sulfate standard and proposed adoption of a new equation based standard. On March 28, the MPCA responded to the judge’s [...] Read more

Seeking nominations for Northern Representative spot on MESERB Executive Committee

by MESERB Communications • April 11, 2018

MESERB currently has a vacancy on our Executive Committee for a Northern Representative as Steve Mattson from Grand Rapids Public Utilities is stepping down. The other Northern Representatives are currently Marianne Bohren from Western Lake Superior Sanitary District and Matthew [...] Read more

Spring Legislative Update

by MESERB Communications • April 6, 2018

The Legislature is on Easter/Passover break this week, but next week begins the fast and furious final six weeks of session. A number of bills are moving through the Legislature that could impact MESERB members.  The following list summarizes the [...] Read more

Grant opportunity for community public water supply systems

by MESERB Communications • April 2, 2018

The Minnesota Department of Health has announced the availability of grants of up to $10,000 for community Public Water Systems. The grants are for source water protection activities that focus on managing or eliminating sources of contamination. The application period [...] Read more