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Osage Beach company marked for clean water law violations

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Osage Beach-based Seasons Development LLC has been marked for possible violations of Missouri's Clean Water Law.

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources referred the Camden County development company to the Missouri Attorney General's Office, according to a Sept. 20 DNR news release.

According to the release, DNR staff have inspected the Seasons Estates development three times since March 2009, noting each time that the company has taken insufficient steps to control sediment and prevent erosion.

The Missouri Clean Water Law requires steps to be taken to stop sediment from leaving a development site and entering a waterway, in this case Lake of the Ozarks, the release said.

The attorney general's office hasn't filed charges against Seasons Development. Nanci Gonder, press secretary for the attorney general's office, said the office just received the referral and will be looking at the case to determine the most appropriate action to take.
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