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State Interagency Missouri River Authority



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The State Interagency Missouri River Authority was established by Iowa Code chapter 28L to promote policy regarding the State's many uses and interests along the Missouri River Corridor.  The Authority is composed of a representative from the Governor's Office and each of the following agencies: Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, Economic Development Authority, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Department of Transportation, and the Iowa Utilities Board. The Authority is chaired by the Governor or, in Governor's absence, the DNR representative. The DNR representative serves as the coordinator of the Authority's activities.

Code of Iowa: 28L.1 State interagency Missouri river authority created

State Interagency Missouri River Authority Representatives    


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Letter to MoRAST withdrawing from organization
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State of Iowa Perspective on Missouri River Management - Working Draft, August 2011

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