Learn about class action litigation and steps necessary to remove PFAS from your water supply
Attend this free webinar to learn about class action litigation currently underway that many cities will receive notice of this fall. The state will share steps necessary to remove PFAS from your water supply.
By attending this webinar you will:
- Understand what PFAS are and why there is a concern that they are in drinking water systems.
- Understand the current class action so your city can make an informed decision about whether to opt in to the litigation and the next steps if you choose to do so.
- Hear from experts at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on how to clean up PFAS from drinking water, what resources and technical assistance are available for cities, and funding opportunities for cities doing this work.
Tuesday, Oct. 3
1 – 2 p.m.
Peter N. Surdo, special assistant attorney general, Minnesota Attorney General’s Office
Representative from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (invited)
Craig Johnson, intergovernmental relations representative, League of Minnesota Cities
Patricia Beety, general counsel, League of Minnesota Cities
City attorneys, city administrators/managers, clerks, elected officials, and public works staff in cities with a public water drinking system.
Do you have questions for our presenters? Please submit them to us ahead of the live broadcast by email (email@example.com) on or before 10 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 2. We will answer as many as we can during the live broadcast and will take questions during the webinar as well.