While we are looking forward to the days when we can once again safely meet in person, the CGMC Board of Directors has opted to move the CGMC Fall Conference online this year due to ongoing concerns about COVID-19. We are still working on the agenda, but please mark your . . .
City officials, city staff members and municipal wastewater professionals are invited to attend a free webinar on Tuesday, Sept. 22 on “PFAS: Technology, Treatment and Trends.” The regulation of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, commonly known as PFAS, is one of the top emerging environmental issues that the CGMC is . . .
Each election season, the CGMC provides background information to help candidates become familiar with issues affecting Greater Minnesota communities. This week, we are mail our our 2020 information booklet — “Election 2020: Greater Minnesota’s Top Issues” — to all of the candidates and incumbents running for seats in the Minnesota . . .
New list of projects eligible for PFA funds demonstrates negative impact of failing to pass a bonding bill
The Public Facilities Authority (PFA) has unveiled its Intended Use Plans (IUPs), which detail the projects that can be funded through the Clean Water Revolving Fund and Drinking Water Revolving Fund this fiscal year. You can find the clean water (wastewater and storm water) IUP list here and the drinking . . .
With the fate of the bonding bill still unsettled, political tensions between Gov. Walz and Republican legislators have led to a great deal of uncertainty about what September will bring at the Legislature. In fact, although Gov. Walz has called a special session each month since June coinciding with the . . .
This week, the CGMC joined a wide-ranging coalition of unions, engineers, architects, environmental groups, local government groups, faith groups, transportation groups, contractors and others in signing onto a letter calling on the Governor and legislative leaders to put their differences aside and pass a significant bonding bill. The more . . .