Larry the Land Surveyor is the newest member of the Bolton & Menk children’s book family. Readers can join Larry to find out what surveyors do in a week of work, from determining land boundaries to learning about parcels and legal descriptions. Larry is joined by his inch worm buddy and readers just might also see a few familiar faces throughout the story!
The City of Pipestone faced a series of issues with both their water and wastewater treatment systems. The ground water supply used for drinking water contained elevated levels of Gross Alpha, a radionuclide regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency and Minnesota Department of Health as a potential carcinogen. The existing facility, constructed in 1919, had no treatment capabilities and was limited in its ability to be modified due to being a historical site.
Check out the latest and greatest in Blink! Simplified Solutions: Right of Ways vs. Easements. Learn about the need for, and different types of easements with a sneak peek of Larry the Land Surveyor. Don't blink, you might miss it!
The City of Waterville needed to update their significantly aging Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) to meet the effluent phosphorus limits in the new NPDES permit and meet future wastewater treatment needs. The WWTF discharges to Sakatah Lake, one of the city’s most important resources.