Posts Tagged ‘St. Lucie River’

Algae Spotted In The Treasure Coast

Algae blooms from the Banana River have moved into Sebastian and Vero Beach, which is unusual for these areas. Although not harmful at this point, there is ongoing concern about the rise of toxins in our water.

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Martin County OKs 5,000-gallon septic

By Tyler Treadway May 23, 2017 TC Palm (Excerpt) Size matters The size refers to the gallons of wastewater the system can process in a day, not the capacity of the septic tank. The state standard is for systems that can process up to 10,000 gallons a day. The commission agreed to the stricter 2,000-gallons-a-day limit in…

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Florida Legislature approves reservoir

Florida Legislature approves reservoir to curb Lake Okeechobee discharges By Isadora Rangel May 2, 2017 TC Palm TALLAHASSEE — Senate President Joe Negron seemed overly optimistic earlier this year when he gave himself a 70 percent chance of getting legislative approval for his proposal to build a reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee to curb discharges. After much…

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Senate OKs Lake Okeechobee reservoir bill; what about House?

  By Isadora Rangel April 12, 2017 TC Palm TALLAHASSEE — The Senate on Wednesday passed a bill to build a reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee to curb discharges to the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers. With a 36-3 vote, the Senate sent the bill to the House, where some members have criticized Republican Senate President Joe…

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