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MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY

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Minnesota Pollution Control Agency isn't giving up yet, however.
The Legislature approved $200,000 to investigate petroleum leak sites in Paynesville, Alexandria, Foley and Blaine.
Company says $22,750 fine was primarily related to administrative paperwork.
The state auto dealer association said the rule set to take effect in 2024 would force car dealers to carry more electric and hybrid vehicles than customers would want, spurring losses.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is pursuing an appeal to the Supreme Court after the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the City of Osakis.
Lowell Deede, a retired wildlife biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Office, began volunteering for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) in 2015, collecting water samples and measuring water clarity.

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The Minnesota Court of Appeals finds that the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency committed legal errors and lacked evidence to support wastewater regulation.
Several lakes in Douglas County are on the MPCA's list of lakes needing water quality data.
State meteorologists say nearby Canada remains dry, increasing the chance of fires there.

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