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Contact information
For questions or additional information on Air Program public notices, contact:
Craig Czarnecki
Public information specialist
Air Program
608-267-3137

Air regulations and policies public notices

Public hearing, meeting and comment information related to air regulations and policies and the Air Management Program is available here.

Upcoming public hearings, meetings and notices


Date & Time Location Subject Contact(s) Additional Information
March 30, 2020
9 a.m.
Due to state measures being implemented to prevent spread of the COVID-19 virus, this hearing will now be held via Skype call, rather than in person. Participants in this hearing can join using this Skype link, or join via phone by calling toll free 1 (866) 715-6499, conference ID: 6118750429. Public hearing concerning the proposed State Implementation Plan (SIP) revisions to include Administrative Orders AM-20-02 and AM-20-03 in the Wisconsin SIP. Olivia Salmon The DNR is submitting this SIP revision to the U.S. EPA as required by the federal Clean Air Act (CAA). These revisions request EPA to approve into Wisconsin's SIP administrative orders AM-20-02 (relating to the Kieffer facility located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin) and AM-20-03 (relating to the Kohler facility located in Sheboygan) to ensure these facilities remain in compliance with the latest federal reasonably available control technology requirements for volatile organic compounds.

Publishing procedures

2011 Wisconsin Act 167 [exit DNR] went into effect on August 1, 2012. This act requires the DNR to post hearing and permit notices on the department's website, in addition to newspapers. The date of posting on the DNR website now determines when the public comment periods end. If you have any questions about how this affects public comment opportunities, please contact Sheri Stach (608-264-6292).

Last revised: Tuesday March 24 2020