The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) recently recognized Scot Spranger from the Alexandria Lake Area Sanitary District for maintaining a perfect record of compliance with their wastewater treatment permit during 2011.
This year, the Alexandria Lake Area Sanitary District was among 126 wastewater facilities statewide to receive this recognition.
Two more Douglas County townships have decided to drop out of the Central Lakes Region Sanitary District. Supervisors for both LaGrand and Moe Townships voted unanimously Monday to withdraw from CLRSD.
A district court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by four Douglas County residents against the Central Lakes Region Sanitary District. In what could prove to be a hollow victory for CLRSD, the verdict comes as another township has chosen to opt out of the district.
Four Douglas County residents have filed a lawsuit against the Central Lakes Region Sanitary District, alleging CLRSD officials violated the legislation that initially created the district, operating for years without a valid comprehensive plan.
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