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About the URRWMO
Currently, the URRWMO has completed a draft of their updated 10-year Watershed Management Plan. This draft may be downloaded by clicking the link below. Comments may be submitted until Feb. 10, 2017 to:
Charles Schwartz, PE
MSA Professional Services, Inc.
60 Plato Boulevard East, Suite 140
Saint Paul, MN 55107
About the URRWMO: TheThe URRWMO is a joint powers organization including the Cities of St. Francis, Oak Grove, Nowthen, Bethel, and portions of East Bethel. A small corner of Ham Lake also falls within the URRWMO. The WMO Board is made up of representatives from each of these cities.
This organization seeks to maintain the quality of area lakes, rivers, streams, groundwater, and other water resources across municipal boundaries. Resources of particular importance to the URRWMO include the Rum River, Seelye Brook, Ford Brook, Cedar Creek, and numerous ditches that drain to the Rum River. This stretch of the Rum River is designated as a state Scenic and Recreational Waterway. Lake George and East Twin Lakes, the primary recreation lakes in the watershed, are also of high priority, in addition to many smaller lakes and wetlands.
Meeting Schedule: On the dates indicated below (generally the first Tuesday of a month) at 7pm, meetings are held at the Oak Grove City Hall (19900 Nightingale Street NW, Oak Grove, MN 55011)
July 7, 2016 Open House at 7pm at Oak Grove City Hall
July 20, 2016 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Open House at 2pm at Oak Grove City Hall
July 20, 2016 Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) Open House at 6:30pm at Oak Grove City Hall
September 6, 2016 7pm Oak Grove City Hall
November 1, 2016 7pm Oak Grove City Hall
November 29, 2016 7pm Oak Grove City Hall
January 3, 2017 7pm Oak Grove City Hall
March 7, 2017 7pm Oak Grove City Hall
May 2, 2017 - Annual meeting is at 7pm Oak Grove City Hall