What's happening to stem the polluting flow of bio solids into the drainage canals and estuaries?
Chad Kennedy, the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation's program director for watershed planning, will provide an update on the state's anti-pollution efforts at the final 2009 meeting of the Rivers Coalition at Stuart City Hall.
Are TMDL's (total minimum daily loads) ever going to be set and enforced? Are county governments doing their best to help stop the excess nutrients that degrade the rivers?
Kennedy and staffers will face sharp questions from RC "river rats" so this should be an informative and important meeting.
There's plenty of free parking and coffee and donuts will be available for the 11 a.m. Oct. 29 session.
The River cries for your support.