White Bear Lake wants answers about low water level, despite recent rise (MN)

In 2012, the White Bear Lake Restoration Association sued the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, alleging that low water levels in White Bear Lake were a result of overuse of an aquifer in the northeast metro area.  The city of White Bear Lake intervened in the lawsuit on behalf of the DNR. The White Bear Lake Homeowners’ Association intervened on behalf of the WBLRA.    Read the article……………


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