Michigan Air Fees Revised
On November 14th, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed legislation revising the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy’s (EGLE) Air Quality Fee program. EGLE’s Air Quality Division is integral in protecting human health and the environment as well as supporting improvements to air quality. The collection of these fees is vital and necessary to support the efforts of the Air Quality Division and the work they do. Development of the revised fee program involved extensive collaboration between the Air Quality Division and stakeholder groups, including industrial representatives. The revised program obtained broad, bipartisan support from both the Michigan Senate as well as the Michigan House of Representatives. This new fee structure has seen significant changes and will be enacted for the upcoming billing period. For information related to the new fee structure and to see how your company may be impacted, go to Michigan.gov/MAERS and click on “Fee Calculations.” Facility specific fee information will be shared in the coming weeks. Contact Dennis McGeen, 517-284-6757 or [email protected]Michigan Education Trust to Reopen Enrollment Dec. 1, Allowing Purchasers to Meet Tax Deduction Deadline
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.