Yes, that’s the same day as the 4PM meeting in Lake City, Florida
of the Task Force of the downstream counties.
Since each county only has one Task Force delegate,
maybe they can send other people to the Valdosta City Council meeting.
Or, if Valdosta is too far for you, maybe you’d like to go to Lake City Thursday.
WWALS Watershed Coalition board member Eileen Box invited downstream counties and residents to come speak to the Valdosta City Council this Thursday.
Suwannee Riverkeeper John S. Quarterman added,
“Every Valdosta City Council agenda has Citizens to be Heard.
They’re tired of hearing from me about sewage spills.
Maybe if some of the affected parties downstream spoke to them directly they would notice.
Come on up and give it a try!“
Photo: Jamie Wachter, Suwannee Democrat,
Youtube video, 2019-01-14.
Jamie Wachter, Suwannee Democrat, January 16, 2019,
‘IT’S A SHAME’ Residents, officials share wastewater spill concerns
with legislative delegation,
[Eileen] Box, who is a board member of the Suwannee Riverkeeper,
said North Florida residents may need to expand the reach of their complaints.
She said those concerns need to be directed at the people who can do something
about it — the Valdosta City Council.
“If they start hearing from Suwannee County and Hamilton and Madison
and all these counties that are affected, when you come and talk,
it does have an effect, she said. That may be one little thing that we can do.”
The next Valdosta City Council meeting is this Thursday:
5:30 PM, Thursday, January 24, 2019
Council Chambers, 2nd Floor
Valdosta City Hall
216 East Central Avenue, Valdosta, GA 31601
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