Plaintiff group in lake lawsuit thanks its supporters (MN)

Donors, members and guests of the White Bear Lake Restoration Association (WBLRA) heard a panel of attorneys who tried the case and two hydrologists who provided expert testimony at a reception Oct. 4 at White Bear Center for the Arts.  The association filed the lake level lawsuit against the DNR five years ago. They prevailed in the suit, with the district court judge ruling Aug. 30 that the DNR violated the Minnesota Environmental Rights Act on a number of grounds, concluding that groundwater pumping is a direct cause of declining lake levels    Read the article…………….


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