The future of the Indian River Lagoon could be in the hands of voters this November and local environmental professionals want them to head to the polls educated.
That’s why voters are invited to Indian Riverside Park on April 16 to participate in a discussion about local waterways and what they have to do with November’s ballot.
Representative Patrick Murphy, Mark Perry of the Florida Oceanographic Society, Stuart Mayor Troy MacDonald and Eric Draper of Audubon Florida are just a few of the individuals who will be present.
They will discuss the amendment, what it says and means, and how it will impact life for local residents.
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