November 19, 2016
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"A public hearing on the first phase of the well plan—to drill it for exploration purposes only---was held Tuesday at the Graceville Civic Center. If that permit is granted, the next step would be to seek a permit to use it for its purpose if the exploratory stage shows that the well and its location are appropriate for the disposal. That new permit would necessitate its own public hearing." ... See more
Waste Management has applied for a permit to sink a well more than 4,000 feet into the ground in order to dispose of water that leaches from the material in
Former Governor Bob Martinez and Dominic Calabro, president of Florida TaxWatch, weigh in on the urgency of the EAA Reservoir: “Failure to act will send Florida down a terrible path. Soon, the damage will be beyond the point of no return and taxpayers across the state, and the state itself, will suffer irreparable harm." #NowOrNeverglades ... See more
Current conditions: slight breeze & cool(ish)
Lake Okeechobee update for Monday, April 24th, 2017.
Paddle Race on the Radio with WWALS Watershed Coalition is Suwannee Riverkeeper
Suwannee Riverkeeper John S. Quarterman will be on the radio 8AM this Thursday April 27th talking with Scott James on his Talk 92.1 drive-time radio show about at least three people are seriously training for the Fifth Annual BIG Little River Paddle Race. Maybe it won’t be the usual winner this time! Plus there are prizes in a wide range of categories (solo, double, male, female, ages, etc.) this Saturday April 29th, at Reed Bingham State Park between Adel and Moultrie, GA.
Radio show details:
Paddle Race registration and details:
http://www.wwals.net/2017/01/30/5th-annual-big-little-river-paddle-race-with-grilling-and-silent-auction-2017-04-29/ ... See more
"Volunteers got on airboats and put on their bibs to help clean up an old water testing site that's been abandoned for about 20 years."
The Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge held their Earth Day project on Saturday.
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