Missouri Clean Water Commission

The Missouri Clean Water Commission is a seven-member citizen's board appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate. The department provides staff support to the commission. The commission brings together and coordinates all aspects of water quality in an effort to ensure the state’s progress toward protecting, preserving and improving water quality in Missouri. The commission implements the federal Clean Water Law through rules and policies, and hears appeals based on those permit decisions. When necessary, the commission will take enforcement action against those who violate the Missouri Clean Water Law and related regulations. The commission also establishes funding priorities and oversees financial assistance to protect and preserve water quality. 

Upcoming Meetings


Meeting
Video Attendance Available!
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
LaCharrette/ Nightingale Conference Rooms
1101 Riverside Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri

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Meeting
Video Attendance Available!
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
LaCharrette/ Nightingale Conference Rooms
1101 Riverside Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri

Meeting
Video Attendance Available!
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
LaCharrette/ Nightingale Conference Rooms
1101 Riverside Drive
Jefferson City, Missouri

Past Meetings


Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda Amended
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Proposed 2022 303(d) Impaired Waters List Public Comment Period
Video Recording, January 11, 2023
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, Jan. 11, 2023
2022 303(d) List Public Availability Meeting No. 2 Meeting Summary, Dec. 13, 2022
Cyanotoxin Potential Rulemaking Review
Clean Water Compliance and Enforcement Actions Report, Fiscal Year 2022
Clean Water Commission Issued Permits Report, Calendar Year 2022
EPA Review of 2022 Missouri Water Quality Standards

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda
More Info:
Video Recording, Nov. 4, 2022
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, Nov. 4, 2022

Hearing
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, July 7, 2022
Recreational Water Quality Criteria for Cyanotoxins Presentation by MoDNR, July 7, 2022
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Sampling at Missouri Public Water Systems and the Regulatory Process Presentation by MoDNR, July 7, 2022
2024 Listing Methodology Document Presentation, July 6, 2022

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, April 28, 2022

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda Amended
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, Jan. 14, 2022

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet (amended), Oct. 29, 2021

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda Amended
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, Oct. 12, 2021
Labadie Energy Center - Administrative Hearing Commission Recommended Decision and Additional Documentation, July 15, 2021
Labadie Energy Center - Ameren Exhibits
Labadie Energy Center - Joint Exhibits
Labadie Energy Center - Respondent's Exhibits
Labadie Energy Center - Sierra Club Exhibits
Labadie Energy Center - Additional Intervenor's Exhibits
Labadie Energy Center - Public Hearing Transcripts, May 10, 2018

Hearing
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri

More Info:
Water Quality Standards Proposed Amendment Public Comment Period, July 15, 2021 to Aug. 31, 2021
Regulatory Action Tracking System

Hearing
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda
Minutes
More Info:
Missouri Clean Water Commission
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, Aug. 10, 2021

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri

More Info:
Regulatory Action Tracking System
Missouri Clean Water Commission
Additional Materials:
Construction and Operating Permits Proposed Amendment, 10 CSR 20-6.010

Meeting
Lewis and Clark State Office Building
Jefferson City, Missouri
Agenda Amended
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, May 18, 2021

Meeting
Webex Meeting
Statewide, Missouri
Agenda Amended
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, March 18, 2021

Meeting
Webex Meeting
Statewide, Missouri
Agenda Amended
Minutes
Additional Materials:
Clean Water Commission Meeting Briefing Packet, Jan. 7, 2021

Members

Ashley McCarty
Chair
Representing: Agriculture, Industry or Mining
Novinger, MO
Neal Bredehoeft
Vice-Chair
Representing: Public
Alma, MO
Stan Coday
Member
Representing: Agriculture, Industry or Mining
Seymor, MO
Mark Pierce
Member
Representing: Public
John Reece
Member
Representing: Wastewater Treatment Works
Lee’s Summit, MO
Allen Rowland
Member
Representing: Public
Dexter, MO
Vacant
Member
Representing: Public
Tim Duggan
Attorney General's Office Contact
Missouri Attorney General's Office
PO Box 899
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-751-8795
Chris Wieberg, Water Protection Program Director
MoDNR Staff Contact
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
PO Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-751-6721
Krista Welschmeyer
MoDNR Staff Assistant Contact
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
PO Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
573-751-6721
krista.welschmeyer@dnr.mo.gov

Responsibilities

The Clean Water Commission brings together and coordinates all aspects of water quality in an effort to ensure the state’s progress toward protecting, preserving and improving water quality in Missouri. The commission implements the federal Clean Water Law through rules and policies, and hears appeals based on those permit decisions. When necessary, the commission will take enforcement action against those who violate the Missouri Clean Water Law and related regulations. The commission also establishes funding priorities and oversees financial assistance to protect and preserve water quality.

All commission members represent the general interest of the public and shall have an interest in and knowledge of conservation and the effects and control of water contaminants.

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