Around the region: Keystone Heights to get funds for aquifer, lakes replineshment
Rhoden selected as new city manager City Commissioner Phil Rhoden has been chosen as the new city manager to replace Gerald Dopson, who is retiring May 1 after 43 years.Full Story
#1 Mar 30, 2013
So Keystone Heights will fund 30+ grand to direct storm runoff to our area lakes and superficial aquafier. Wonderful. Paying for glorified retention pond water. Just great. Do the folks who voted for this know what types of pollutants are in storm runoff? Perhaps they do and just want to look good on the surface. I would be willing to bet they would never allow their grandchildren to swim in the lake after this is done! YUCK! Your tax dollars at work folks. Take notice and vote these people out.
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