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Public meeting to focus on proposed revisions of West Virginia water quality rule


CHARLESTON, West Virginia — State regulators will review public comments on proposed changes to West Virginia's water quality standards at a meeting this week.

A quarterly meeting of the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's Water Quality Standards Program is set for Tuesday at the DEP's headquarters in Charleston.

During a portion of the meeting, the public is invited to present scientific information related to the proposed changes.

This story has been corrected to show the meeting will be held this week, not next week.

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