By Tim Kowols
Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Committee member Lee Luft hopes the Department of Natural Resources presents the final results of its aquatic life survey of the East Twin River as soon as its next meeting on Tuesday. The DNR completed the study last year after the Water Action Volunteers found acute levels of chloride in the East Twin River in previous studies. Luft hopes the DNR findings corroborate with those of the WAV so meaningful action can begin to take place.
The presentation was on last month’s agenda for the Land and Water Conservation Committee meeting but was delayed. The committee will meet again next Tuesday in Luxemburg.