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    commented 2017-03-03 14:39:45 -0800
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  • Judy Dominek
    commented 2017-02-02 05:34:19 -0800
    Please keep fighting. I have lived here for 30 years and am an avid kayaker. I go out and see dead fish and birds and come back coughing. Friends visited last week and wanted to spend all their time at our beaches. They did for two days and on Sunday she woke up with terrible allergies from the red tide and ended up going to an emergency clinic. They won’t be back.
  • C. J. Addison
    commented 2017-01-12 09:09:06 -0800
    Wish to speak to someone about how to respond to email message I received, following phone call by me, from state senator Bill Galvanos office, in regards to Everglades restoration plans.
  • C. J. Addison
    commented 2016-12-28 13:52:58 -0800
    would like to know how to obtain additional photos of the conditions in Lake O as well as the everglades, as a result of poor water management in these areas.
  • Peter Cole
    commented 2016-12-03 10:30:15 -0800
    Hi, after 16 wonderful years in Florida (Fort Myers & Satellite Beach, bi-coastal), I moved back to California. This is relevant because in that time (16 years) a battle raged on the coast of California to save beaches protected by the California Coastal Commission. We finally won. After winning waves of repeated attacks, the beaches were saved (Trestles area – San O). We won because people truly cared and brought daylight to the issues and interests that sought to pave over some of the last remaining natural space on Southern California.


    “The people” were key to securing this victory for nature. During my time in Florida, I met good people who cared deeply for the environment. I voted for taxes and propositions that reserved monies for the purpose of preservation (Forever Florida, etc.). These initiatives were supported by the majority of voters. And, there was hope and optimism that Florida’s greatest assets, its wilderness and beaches, would be preserved.


    However, “the people” also voted for (and continue to vote for) candidates that do not serve them or the precious assets that make Florida truly great. They vote for self-interested climate change deniers instead of candidates that work for the people’s interest. When the two interests,which are not mutually exclusive, come together we get the rare Florida Politician (and their are a few of these).


    My point is that money and influence (the lobbyist with deepest pockets) will always win if there is not outrage and a black lash from the people who vote for these self serving politicos particularly at the state level. It is up to the people of Florida to be outraged over the destruction of their environment (e.g., Indian River Lagoon). Do something Floridians. It is truly up to you to save your environment at the least for your children and their children.
  • Yvonne Maffia
    commented 2016-12-02 06:59:10 -0800
  • Alice Thomas
    commented 2016-12-02 00:08:10 -0800
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    commented 2016-12-02 00:08:10 -0800
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  • jackie mason
    commented 2016-11-27 22:26:04 -0800
    understand that Shingle Creek in Orange/OSCEOLA Counties is “HeadWaters” to the Everglades. Why then, isn’t there more outcry from Floridians about Sabal Trail Pipeline , its dangers & destruction, its potential for contaminating the waters all the way to the ‘Glades? WHY IS SCOTT’S criminal behavior & lack of ethics never addressed in his collusion & profiteering from these damaging progects he allowed, instigated & PROFITS from?!
  • Jeremiah Begnal
    commented 2016-10-28 08:37:46 -0700
    Brian Mast has not been forthright about publicly stating his true position on any issue, including Medicare, Social Security or environmental issues. He stands with the polluters for less regulation of our sacred resources. He has refused to stand against Big Sugar.

    How you can endorse him is beyond all that you supposedly stand for.

    Remove me from any future communications from your organization.
  • Lyda Barrera
    commented 2016-10-26 17:37:24 -0700
    Your endorsement of Brian Mast leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. You must be disregarding 99% of the wrong policies he spouses and only focusing on whatever he is promising about the Everglades which in my opinion is not to be trusted.
  • Alice Thomas
    commented 2016-10-25 22:08:09 -0700
  • Peter Koury
    commented 2016-10-24 18:11:20 -0700
  • David Bunch
    commented 2016-10-19 12:41:39 -0700
    I love your Everglades Reviewnewsletter. Is it on line somewhere that I may send my readers?


    Also troubling alert from my virus protector that you message contained phishing “http://em.licasd.com/m”.


    You should investigate.


    Dave Bunch

    cleanthewater.org
  • hugh mcgillivray
    commented 2016-09-29 09:07:16 -0700
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    commented 2016-09-21 21:11:51 -0700
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    commented 2016-09-21 12:57:32 -0700
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  • Brian Schneider
    commented 2016-09-21 06:03:57 -0700
    How can we organize a March on the Governor’s office? We need to get hundreds of thousands of Florida’s residents involved. I will do what I can in my area but we need a voice to rally people and get a real movement in action
  • Karen Keim
    commented 2016-09-15 18:40:23 -0700
  • Thomas Scarcella
    commented 2016-08-27 05:05:57 -0700
    whereas I agree on your recommendation for Chauncey Goss, I am appalled by your choice for Patrick Murphy! How can you ignore Alan Greyson’s consistent pro conservation stance as a representative in congress? A large donation perhaps! If Mr. Murphy wins I believe you will have 6 years to regret your choice. Shame on you.
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