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New Functionality Added for AQ Client Contact and Public Input Webpages
Posted: 06/12/2013
Two webpages on the DNR website have been updated to provide for improved information, organization, and easier access to documents.  The updates were made in response to feedback received from external and internal users of the webpages.

The Air Quality Client Contact page has been updated to provide a new format for obtaining documents related to the Air Quality Client Contact meetings.  The new format resolves past issues some users had with opening documents on the webpage. Documents will be available at least two days prior to the meeting date; final notice of documents being available will be posted in a list serve notice.  The Air Quality Client Contact information is also available at, under Stakeholder Involvement, Meetings & Workgroups, and Air Quality Client Contact meeting.

The Public Input page has a new format that has condensed the information to allow the information for each public notice to be seen on the screen with no scrolling, making navigation of the information easier.  The previous text format for this page made finding information difficult when several documents were posted for public comment at the same time.  The new format allows visitors to click on the public notice title of interest.  The corresponding information for the notice automatically appears below title. The Public Input page is also at, under Stakeholder Involvement, and Public Input. 

As always we appreciate your feedback on ways to improve our website.  Please contact Christina Iiams at if you have any feedback or problems obtaining access to documents or a specific web page.

This list serve article is intended for consultants, industries, environmental groups, general public, and other entities regulated under the Clean Air Act. It was written by the DNR Air Quality Bureau to share regulatory news, program updates and technical guidance.