Next Meeting August 8, 2017
First Baptist Church -
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WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR LAKES…
The community of Keystone Heights (K.H.), known as the “Lake Region” was literally founded by people (most from northern states) seeking a beautiful place to call home. The area offered a mild climate and beautiful lakes for fishing, boating, swimming and family gatherings. Homes were built around the area lakes and, naturally, a business community began to develop. The K.H. Lake Region became a thriving community. In the early 1970s, the lakes began to decline. Even though lakes would have some recovery during rainy periods, area lake levels were no longer stable and a steady overall decline began.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA LAKES
Recovering stable lake levels in the Keystone Heights area is not only possible,
but very “do-
In late 2010, the SJRWMD launched the “Clay-
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Many volunteers have worked tirelessly to bring recovery to our Keystone Heights Lake Region. The Save Our Lakes Organization, Inc. (S.O.L.O.) was formed in 2000 to join in the recovery effort. Today, S.O.L.O. is approaching 600 active members! Our ranks are made up of concerned citizens. Among those “concerned citizens” are scientists, engineers, hydro geologists, attorneys, elected officials, ministers, members of the business community, teachers, homemakers, retirees … you get the picture. We are ALL concerned citizens who care about our Lake Region.
One thing we have learned – “NUMBERS COUNT”! It’s that simple. If we are presenting our case to the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), County Commissions, FDEP, or other “decision makers”, they LISTEN if they know we have a large, active membership!
That’s where you come in! Check us out on this Webpage and also our Facebook Page. Feel free to contact us if you have questions. We are here to get a job done (recovering our once beautiful Keystone Heights Lake Region) and your membership would help!
P. O. BOX 185
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656
Now is the time to get informed. There will be an opportunity to get direct information regarding the Black Creek Project and to have any questions you may have answered. This is a great opportunity to understanding the project that will bring recovery to our lakes.