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State Department of Natural Resources Secretary Scott Angelle, who heads the commission, told the crowd gathered for the meeting that it’s only appropriate for the group to travel throughout the state and hear residents’ concerns.
Although the commission is charged with managing the state’s groundwater resources, commission member Ruston Mayor Dan Hollingsworth expressed concern about the lack of an action plan for each of the state’s 11 aquifers. He also questioned whether the commission has access to the resources necessary to conduct research and develop such plans.

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