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Minnesota AIS Training for Lake Service Providers
According to a new law, Lake Service Providers are individuals or businesses hired to install or remove water-related equipment, such as boats, docks, boat lifts or structures, from waters of the state. The owners of the Lake Service Provider businesses are now required to attend the training, pass the exam at the training and file a $50 fee in order to obtain a permit from the DNR before providing any of these services. The DNR will begin to implement and enforce this new law during the 2012 open water season.

Aditional training sessions are scheduled in various locations across the state through April. The schedule of training locations and dates is available on the DNR's website.

 
 


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