The attached agenda and documents were distributed by EPA to support the March 25th Stakeholder meeting. The cover e-mail is from Don Martin and Laurie Mann with EPA.
The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) will hold a public hearing on March 24, 2009, to take public comment on a comprehensive update to the city of Spokane’s Shoreline Master Program. The shoreline program includes regulations specific to the Spokane River. Ecology news release reports.
A ban on high-phosphorus automatic-dishwasher detergents imposed last July 1 in Spokane County triggered a consumer backlash that lingers today, but appears in early data to be having the desired effect of reducing the amount of the nettlesome nutrient likely being released into the Spokane River. The Spokane Business Journal reports.
Dear Mr. Manning: On behalf of Avista Corporation (Avista), I am writing in response to the October 24, 2008, letter
The Hayden Regional Sewer Board, the City of Coeur d’Alene, the City of Post Falls and Inland Empire Paper Company