•The 2nd Wednesday of each month
•Dakota County Western Service Center
There are nine members, one from Scott County and eight from Dakota County. Members are appointed for three-year terms and are limited to two consecutive terms.
•Ken Betzold, Castle Rock Township --Term ends December 31, 2018
•Chuck Clanton, Hampton Township -- Term ends December 31, 2016
•Jeanie Fredlund, Eureka Township --Term ends December 31, 2017
•John Glynn, City of Apple Valley -- Term ends December 31, 2019
•James Guttmann, City of Lakeville -- Term ends December 31, 2017
•Mark Henry, Castle Rock Township -- Term ends December 31, 2016
•Brian Rohrenbach, City of Rosemount -- Term ends December 31, 2017
•Anthony Wotzka, City of Lakeville -- Term ends December 31, 2018
•Vacancy– Scott County Representative
Members must reside within the Vermillion River Watershed which, in Scott County, includes the City of Elko New Market and New Market Township. If you are interested in applying to be a member of the Vermillion River Watershed Planning Commission, complete the application form (PDF) or contact Deb Brazil via email, or at 952-496-8601.
The Vermillion River Watershed manages water resources in a 335-square-mile area that includes all or part of 20 cities and townships, including Elko New Market and New Market Township in Scott County. It is governed by a Joint Powers Board that consists of two Dakota County and one Scott County Commissioner. The Watershed Planning Commission is a formal citizen advisory group that advises the Joint Powers Board regarding its duties, which include: guiding implementation of the watershed management plan, developing an annual work plan/budget, and recommending action regarding disputes that occur pursuant to the Joint Powers Agreement.
For information about the Vermillion River Watershed Planning Commission, please contact Dee McDaniels at 952-891-7024 or email@example.com.