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Martin County Commissioners question value of Lake Point Restoration project

Martin County Commissioners are asking tough questions about the benefits of investing considerable amounts of money into the proposed Lake Point Restoration stormwater facility. Read the article here: http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2013/feb/05/martin-county-commissioners-question-value-of/

Opinion Article: Hobe Grove Developers Push for Residential Capacity Analysis

The Vice-President of Coventry Development Corp., the company that manages the Hobe Grove project urges Martin County to complete a residential capacity analysis in this opinion article on TC Palm.com: ...

Environmental group wants plan to eliminate, not reduce, Lake O discharges into St. Lucie Estuary

The goal of CEEP  is “to reduce the flow to the east (the St. Lucie Estuary) and west (the Caloosahatchee River) and send more water to the south, to the ...

Hobe Grove developers want housing update

Officials with the controversial proposed Hobe Grove development asked Thursday that their project’s application be put on hold until Martin County staff produces a required up-to-date housing analysis.  The development on 2,823 ...

Ginny and Howard’s Blog – Rich Campbell’s Muse

Rich Campbell has been taking advice on government transparency and protecting the environment from Doug Smith, producing a column on the Jensen Beach mooring field which might as well have ...

Ginny and Howard’s Blog – Jensen Beach Mooring Field Removed from CIP

Commissioner Anne Scott made a motion to remove the Jensen Beach Mooring Field from the Martin County Capital Improvements Plan today, and the motion passed on a 3-1 vote, with ...

Welcome to The Guardians of Martin County’s Blog

The Guardians of Martin County is pleased to add this new blog to our website. We hope that frequent postings by our colleagues who support our Mission of protecting the ...