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National Environmental Policy Act/Phase II Final Rule: Arkansas and 19 Attorneys General File Judicial Challenge
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Twenty Attorneys General (including Arkansas) filed a judicial challenge on May 21st in the United States District Court for the District of North Dakota to the Council on Environmental Quality (“CEQ”) rule styled: National Environmental Policy Act Implementing Regulations Revisions Phase 2…
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Flood Control/Adjacent Landowner: Minnesota Appellate Court Addresses Legality of Berm
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Co-Author Minoah Milam The Court of Appeals of Minnesota (“Court”) addressed in a May 20th Opinion, issues arising out of a landowner’s actions to address water flow onto her property. See Plymouth v. Kristensen No. 27-CV-21-8038. The question considered was whether the landowner’s berm system…
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Stormwater Construction Enforcement/Solar Energy Facility: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Massachusetts Solar Company Enter into Settlement
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) issued a May 21st news release stating it had entered into a settlement with Navisun, LLC (“Navisun”). Navisun is described as a solar energy company based in Hingham, Massachusetts. Navisun is alleged to have committed violations of the…
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Brownfields/Arkansas: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Announces Grant Awards for Southwest Arkansas Planning/Development District, Arkansas Department of Energy & Environment and Pulaski County
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) announced in a May 23rd news release Brownfield grants have been awarded to the following Arkansas entities: Arkansas Department of Energy & Environment ($1,000,000) Southwest Arkansas Planning and Development District, Inc. ($2,000,000)…
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National Environmental Policy Act/Sovereign Immunity: Federal Court Addresses Action Challenging Federal Highway Administration Decision
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law
Co-Author Tye Boudra-Bland The United States District Court, D. Utah, Central Division (“Court”) addressed in a May 14th Opinion on an issue regarding the doctrine of sovereign immunity in three consolidated cases involving the National Environmental Protection Act (“NEPA”). See Salt Lake City…
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