The City is seeking an alternate commissioner to represent Apple Valley and Eagan on the Black Dog Watershed Commission through 2020. The position is open to Apple Valley and Eagan residents ages 18 and older that live within the Black Dog Watershed.
The City of Apple Valley is seeking an alternate commissioner to represent the Cities of Apple Valley and Eagan on the Black Dog Watershed Commission through 2020. Alternates serve as an acting member, but vote only during the absence of a regular Commissioner. The position is open to Apple Valley and Eagan residents ages 18 and older that live within the Black Dog Watershed. Those interested in this volunteer position should send a letter of interest to the Apple Valley Clerk's office by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 16, 2018. The City will interview interested qualifying candidates.
The Black Dog Watershed Management Organization (WMO) is made up of four cities (Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, and Lakeville), all with territory inside the Black Dog Watershed area. It assists member cities with management of surface water, develops and implements plans that address water quality issues, and responds to drainage issues that go beyond municipal boundaries. The Black Dog Watershed Management Commission is the governing body for the Black Dog WMO, and meets the third Wednesday of each month.
For more information call 952-953-2462. Letters of interest can be sent to the City Clerk at 7100 147th Street W, Apple Valley, MN 55124.