Request for Public Comment

This is an important change and needs public comment.

You are receiving this message because you are a subscriber to the Department of Natural Resources GovDelivery notification system for the Construction Site Storm Water Program.

Two proposed guidance documents concerning storm water are now available for review and comment on the Proposed DNR Program Guidance webpage:

♦ Guidance for the Establishment of Protective Areas for Wetlands in Runoff Management Rules, Wisconsin Administrative Code NR 151

♦ Erosion Control Notes

The comment period for both is open until February 10, 2015.

The proposed “Guidance for the Establishment of Protective Areas for Wetlands in Runoff Management Rules, Wisconsin Administrative Code NR 151” was developed to provide direction to internal Department staff, consultants, and those in the development and construction industry. This proposed guidance document explains how the Department’s storm water program interprets and proposes to implement the rule changes as a result of revisions to the NR 151 wetland protective areas performance standard.

The proposed “Erosion Control Notes” was developed to provide direction to those developing construction design drawings. These notes can be edited for the specific project and added to construction drawings.

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