Next Meeting Jan 9, 2018
First Baptist Church -
For List of Upcoming Meetings
I hope you will take the time to read the attached “SAVE OUR LAKES ORGANIZATION POSITION STATEMENT ABOUT THE BLACK CREEK PROJECT”. The SOLO Board has put time and effort in getting information about the Black Creek Water Project in order to determine our "position". The Save Our Lakes Organization is fully supporting the Black Creek Project. We are in a position to continually update the information we have about the Black Creek Project and will get that information to you via our newsletter and through our web page. This is the best, most comprehensive solution to our water issues and is worth every effort we can make as an organization to SHOW our support.
I am asking our SOLO Members to get informed. Please read the attached Position Statement and feel free to submit questions to us via email. We will answer your questions. We want to support the efforts of SJRWMD and our elected officials to get this project moving and completed.
There is some opposition to the Project. It is our opinion that the vast majority of that opposition comes from lack of knowledge. Most folks, once they have the information, are not opposed. Our job is to make sure we are informed and support the Black Creek Project in every way. We need our members to really get behind the Black Creek Project. I will be sending out RED SHIRT alerts on occasion when it's needed.
My thanks to each of you!
P. O. BOX 185
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656
Meetings in Addition to Member Meeting shown above
Jan 9, 11a.m. -
"Dan Dorosheff, an FWC biologist, will make a presentation on invasive water plants
and plant management on Wednesday January 24 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Melrose.
A free spaghetti dinner will be held at 6:30p.m. followed by the presentation at
7p.m. The address is 204 FL-