Environmental Protection Agency has taken Vermont to task for not doing more to keep phosphorus out of Lake Champlain. The
EPA says Vermont’s Department of Environmental Conservation has to
write stricter permits and spend more money to deal with the problem.
VPR’s Ross Sneyd reports, state officials say the EPA is off-base in its
Senate has rolled back a law it passed just last year that called for
accelerated clean-up of Lake
new bill satisfies the concerns of the Douglas Administration and the Vermont
League of Cities and Towns. They worried that last year’s law would require
towns to make expensive improvements to sewage treatment plants.