County acts to allow 'educators'
Lake associations, townships, cities, sportsmen groups and other organizations will now be able to hire aquatic invasive species educators to work public accesses in Becker County, under an emergency resolution approved by the county board Tuesday.
The process had been held up after the county balked at signing a new “delegation agreement” with the DNR regarding inspection activity at accesses, citing liability concerns.
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