Initial Service Line Inventory Accessibility Notification: Instructions for Public Water Systems Public water systems must provide notification to consumers that are served by the system of the availability of the service line materials inventory. This notice must include information on how to access the inventory and include locational identifiers for all lead service lines and galvanized service lines requiring replacement. Public water systems serving more than 50,000 people must provide inventories online, but Minnesota Department of Health has made all inventories available through the UMN Lead Infrastructure Tracking Tool (LITT) so all systems can comply with this requirement. It is recommended that the system also provide information on the lead service line replacement process (if the system has service lines that need to be replaced). Rule reference: §141.84(a)(8). Systems may utilize the following templates for completing the Initial Notice of Service Line Materials Inventory Accessibility. If a system develops their own notice it is recommended that they utilize the EPA guidance document (https://www.epa.gov/system/files/documents/2022- 08/Inventory%20Guidance_August%202022_508%20compliant.pdf) to ensure it will meet EPA requirements and that the system consult MDH prior to sending the notice to avoid having to resend. Systems can email questions to [email protected] for assistance. MDH recommends systems submit inventories on or before August 15th, 2024 to allow time for approval and processing. The inventory must be completed and accessible by Oct. 16th, 2024. The initial service line inventory is publicly accessible as of the date the inventory was reviewed and approved by MDH on the certification form. Additional Notification of Inventory Accessibility to reach other consumers of the water:      A. Notice Due Date as indicated on your certification form.      B. Certification Due Date: Return to MDH as indicated on certification form.      C. Proposed Notice Language for your sytem based on materials present is included below: For CPWS: Initial Notice of Service Line Materials Inventory Accessibility Template Language The City of Hackensack has completed and submitted our service line materials inventory to the Minnesota Department of Health. The service line inventory is publicly available and you can check the materials for your service line by visiting the Lead Inventory Tracking Tool (LITT) at https://maps.umn.edu/LSL/ you may also contact us at Hackensack City Hall 218-675-6400. To complete the service line inventory our system collected service line info on the public water system side, using as built blue prints. The customer owned portion of the service was identified using photos and city staff field inspections.. As of <05/21/2024>, our inventory contains 0lead,0 galvanized requiring replacement, <0> unknown material, and <206> non-lead service lines.

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Neighbor Helping Neighbor Community Clean-Up

May 19, 2023@9:00 am-May 20, 2023@4:00 pm

2nd Annual Neighbor Helping Neighbor Community Clean-up Project 

Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20, 2023

Attention:  Residents of Hackensack

 

It’s time again for Spring Cleaning in the city limits of Hackensack.  Last year Union Congregational Church provided trash clean-up prior to the dedication of First Street.  This year with the help of the Game Changers Beautification Team, our second annual city-wide clean-up will be bigger and better.  Together we hope to create a community that is even more “spruced up” for all residents and visitors to admire.

 

If you have projects in your home or yard and would like help with the clean-up, please fill out this form for the Neighbor Helping Neighbor Community Clean-up Project.  Some non-professional service projects include:  leaf raking, picking up trash, tree trimming, window washing, small painting projects, cleaning debris around your house or yard. 

 

The Neighbor Helping Neighbor Project is supported by volunteers from service clubs, businesses, faith-based members, school supporters and community members.  You will not be expected to pay for labor or materials. All requests are voluntary. Project hours are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or until project completion. 

 

Please complete the form on-line here by Monday, May 1, 2023.   

You will receive confirmation and project details by Saturday, May 13.

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Start:
May 19, 2023@9:00 am
End:
May 20, 2023@4:00 pm
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