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CLMCD COVID-19 Response
As of March 23rd, 2020 all CLMCD employees will be working remotely as per State and Federal recommendations for COVID-19 response. The USDA building is closed to the public as well. If you need assistance from a staff member please utilize staff emails under the About Us and team members page. If you aren't sure who to contact please call us at 906-635-1278. Calls to the District phone are bring forwarded to Mike McCarthy.
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: September 29th, 2020 at 7:00pm - Budget Hearing
Due to COVID-19 the September 2020 Budget Hearing and Regular Board Meeting will be held via teleconference in accordance to Executive Orders/Directives. The public is invited attend and to comment on the proposed budget during the meeting. Copies of the proposed budget are available electronically by request by contacting Mike McCarthy by email at or by phone at 906-635-1278.
Board Meeting Attendance information:
To join by Computer:
Meeting ID: meet.google.com/ezr-mofh-fqb
To Join by Phone:
(US)+1 414 - 909 - 5110
PIN: 930 766 625#
Any inappropriate behavior, general disorder or malicious content (otherwise known as Zoombombing), including racial slurs and pornography posts can result in criminal charges, may be subject to prosecution under Michigan statutes prohibiting the malicious use of electronic communication and fraudulent access of a computer network.
Federal charges could include disrupting a public meeting, computer intrusion, using a computer to commit a crime, hate crimes, fraud, or transmitting threatening communications, according to the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. Transmitting threatening communications, for instance, is punishable by fines or up to five years in prison.