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As Congress continues to push EPA to do more to clean up the Great Lakes, questions are swirling over the fate of a board advising the agency in those efforts.
The Great Lakes Advisory Board hasn’t met in nearly a year. Appointments for all 14 members of the board expired in March, and EPA has not posted any public notice requesting recommendations for new appointments.
Board members say they’ve been left in the dark, unsure of why they’ve been dropped or whether they’ll ever be reappointed.