• Mark Ryan

The CWA Blog is Retiring in June

Thirty-three years of practicing law is enough, and I'm retiring this year. Unfortunately, that also means the end of the CWA Blog. I've decided, after careful consideration, to send the Blog off into the sunset along with my law practice while I focus on the rest of my very active life that has for too long taken a back seat to my work. It's been a ton of fun sharing through this Blog my fascination with all things CWA, but I'll leave it to the next generation of water-pollution experts to carry on the cause.

I will continue to keep you all abreast of the latest CWA developments for the next six weeks, but that will then be the end of it. In the meantime, I'm working on a special treat for all you CWA nerds that I'll be making public sometime in the next month or so.

Stay tuned.

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