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Watercraft Inspectors Protecting Against Aquatic Invasive Species
Lake goers can expect to see a larger presence of watercraft inspectors this summer. The Otter Tail County Board approved the hiring of 30 positions for watercraft inspectors for 2018. The Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force will be doing what they can to fill these positions and prevent the spread of invasive species in the county lakes and rivers.

Tthe 30 positions will consist of full-time and part-time options.  For those who are interested in being a watercraft inspector, they are looking for people with good people skills, who are friendly with the public and like educating others. Applicants must be 18 years old before hire and will be required to pass DNR training for the position. No prior experience is needed.




 
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