The public is invited to this Special Called Meeting of the WWALS Board,
where we will be discussing the
WWALS Boomerang Paddle Race, Chairman and Mayor’s Paddle, Songwriting Contest, cleanups, outings, water quality testing, opposition to mines, water withdrawals, coal ash, and wood pellet plants, promotion of solar power, water trails, and Troupville River Camp, and of course finances.
2021-10-31–wwals-quarterly-board-meeting-agenda-0001 Board, Staff, Committees
We will be meeting online by zoom, so you don’t even have to go anywhere.
8-10 AM, Sunday, October 31, 2021
ZOOM Meeting ID: 893 0802 8204 Password: 392346
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Dial In: +1 929 436 2866 Meeting ID: 893 0802 8204 Meeting Password: 392346
Please have a copy of the Agenda so you can follow along.
WWALS advocates for the
entire 10,000 square mile Suwannee River Basin, in Georgia and Florida,
including the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Alapahoochee, Little times two, New times two, Santa Fe, and Suwannee Rivers, and all their creeks, springs, sinks, ponds, and swamps,
such as Grand Bay, Banks Lake and the Okefenokee Swamp.
Much of the work of WWALS is done by
committees of members,
and many of them have some good results to report.
If you’d like to join a committee, please
fill out the application.
The board itself does most of its business online via email,
but it’s good to have these gatherings once a quarter.
The current board members, officers, and staff are listed
on the Board web page.