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Step 7c

DNR Responds to Comments

After the 30 day public comment period is over, all comments are considered and necessary changes are made. DNR prepares a memo that describes any changes that were made to the permit based on public comments received. People who commented can request that the DNR send a copy of the memo explaining changes made to the draft permit. If a hearing was held, a hearing summary is prepared. This would also be made available to interested members of the public. If any of the changes made to the Draft Permit result in relaxation of permit conditions, then a new public notice might be needed for a revised Draft Permit package. If the changes result in more stringent conditions within the permit, or are merely administrative adjustments or corrections of typos, then the Draft Permit can proceed to the next step in processing.

Step 7c

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