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Public meeting set to discuss proposed landspreading of dredge materials in the Town of Waterford

By Central Office October 19, 2018

Contact(s): Casey Lamensky, DNR Solid Waste Coordinator, Madison, (608) 267-7574, OR Andrew Savagian, DNR Section Chief, Office of Communications, (608) 261-6422,

TOWN OF WATERFORD - The Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting to discuss the Waterford Waterway Management District's proposed landspreading of dredged material within the Town of Waterford. The meeting will be on November 14, 2018 at 5:00 pm at the Waterford Town Hall, 415 N. Milwaukee Street in Waterford.

The Waterford Waterway Management District has requested approval from the DNR for a landspreading facility to landspread sediments dredged from the Fox River onto agricultural fields within the town of Waterford.

The purpose of the meeting is to solicit public comment on the proposal. There will be a project summary by DNR and Waterford Waterway Management District representatives, followed by time for questions and comments.

Written comments may be sent to Casey Lamensky, Department of Natural Resources, PO Box 7921, WA/5, Madison WI, 53707 or Comments will be accepted through Monday, November 19, 2018. All public comments will be considered by DNR prior to a decision on whether to approve the landspreading of dredged material within the Town of Waterford.

Last Revised: Friday, October 19, 2018

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