March 10, 2017
The Lower Loup Natural Resources Districtl held a public hearing at the district headquarters, 2620 Airport Drive in Ord, March 30, 2017, at 5:15 pm, to consider approval of rules and regulations to implement the Erosion and Sediment Control Act. The rules are meant to reduce damage from wind erosion, reduce storm water runoff and flooding danger, reduce sediment damage, reduce non-point pollution from sedimentation, preserve land values and productivity, and safeguard the citizens of the NRD.
A copy of the proposed rules and regulations may be obtained at the Lower Loup Natural Resources District office in Ord or by clicking here. The Lower Loup NRD Board of Directors will consider approval of the rules at its April 27, 2017 meeting.
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