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Request for Qualifications
Open June 22nd, 2020 until July 22nd at 2:00pm
The Chippewa Luce Mackinac Conservation District (CLMCD) invites qualified consulting engineering firms to submit a statement of qualifications for engineering services to manage and complete aspects of their grant through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to implement nutrient reduction best management practices (BMPs) on livestock farms within the Munuscong River Watershed located in Chippewa and Mackinac Counties. Firms should have past experience with nutrient management BMPs and complying with federal grant requirements.
Questions and/or requests can be directed to Mike McCarthy by calling 906-635-1278 or by emailing
SOIL EROSION PERMITS
All SESC permits should be be sent through the mail at this time. Mail is being collected several times a week. CLMCD reserves the right to a 30 day application review however, most reviews can be completed within 7 days. Permits will be mailed to the address provided. Permit applications can be downloaded here.
Next Board Meeting: July 16th, 2020 at 7:00pm
Due to COVID-19 the July 2020 Regular Board Meeting will be held via teleconference in accordance to Executive Orders. Public who wish to attend the meeting can call in and attend the meeting. A public comment period will be held if you wish to speak. Public comment is limited to 2 minutes. If members of the public wish to communicate with a CLMCD Board member please call 906-635-1278 to get in contact.
Board Meeting call-in information:
Dial-in number (US): (425) 436-6382
Access code: 158528#
International dial-in numbers: https://fccdl.in/i/clmcd
Online meeting ID: clmcd
Join the online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/clmcd
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