WITNESSES AND STATEMENTS
MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1971
Miskie, Senator Edmund S., chairman, Subcommittee on Air and Water
Pollution, Senate Committee on Public Works: Opening statement.----
Ruckelshaus, Hon. William D., Administrator, Environmental Protection
Agency; accompanied by David D. Dominick, Acting Commissioner,
Water Quality Office, EPA, and Eugene T. Jensen, Assistant Commis-
sioner for Operations, Water Quality Office...
TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1971
Ciayton, Hon. William, State Representative, Texas, and chairman, Task
Force on Natural Resources, Intergovernmental Relations Committee
of the National Legislative Conference..
Curtis, Hon. Kenneth M., Governor of the State of Maine..
Kelloga, Hon. James C., executive assistant to Hon. William G. Milliken,
Governor of Michigan; accompanied by L. Purdy, executive secretary,
Water Resources Commission...
Prepared statement of Hon. William G. Milliken, Governor of
Vondale, Hon. Walter F., a U.S. Senator from the State of Minnesota.--
Varik, Hon. Charles A., Representative in Congress from the State of
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1971
Csaham, Robert A., executive secretary, Water Pollution Control
Gibbs, Charles V., president and director, Association of Metropolitan
Sewage Agencies, and executive director, Municipality of Metropolitan
Johrson, Charles C., Jr., American Public Health Association.-
Kaiser, Charles B., Jr., secretary-treasurer and director, Association of
Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies, and general counsel, Metropolitan
St. Louis Sewer District..
Krause, Keith, chairman of the legislative committee, Interstate Confer-
ence on Water Problems, accompanied by Dean Conrad, Council of
Magnuson, Hon. Warren G., a United States Senator from the State of
Sosewitz, Ben, director, Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies,
and acting general manager, Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater
Letter dated March 12, 1971, to Senator Randolph from Administrator
Ruckelshaus, responding to request for agency views and comments on