NEW: Frustrated community told no easy fix for algae woes

From The Palm Beach Post: “A community filled Stuart City Hall on Friday, spilling into hallways where residents strained to hear what they hoped would be fast-track fixes for their algae-poisoned waterways. ‘In other words, this is a waste of time,’ someone yelled from the audience, which was 100-strong in the commission chambers with another estimated 100 outside … Click here to read more

Sen. Bill Nelson hears concerns on algae

From WPTV: “At a packed house at Stuart City Hall, many hammered the Senator on this issue. ‘Rashes, irritation,’ said Robert Lord Jr. at Martin Health System. ‘Getting worse all the time,’ said Mark Perry with Florida’s Oceanographic Society … Click here to read more

WPTV video: Martin residents sound off to All Aboard Florida representative in town hall meeting

“More than 150 Martin County residents packed the Stuart City Hall Tuesday night to voice their concerns about All Aboard Florida in a rare opportunity to directly address All Aboard Florida representatives. ‘We are moving forward with the project until we’re told otherwise,’ … Click here to read more

WPBF: Senator Rubio meets his Indian River Lagoon critics at Stuart City Hall

After criticizing him for more than a year, Indian River Lagoon activists come face-to-face with Sen. Marco Rubio as he arrived at Stuart City Hall. “Where have you been for the past 13 months?” called out one protester. … Click here to read more

PBPost: Future of Stuart City Hall on the table

From award-winning Palm Beach Post blogger Sally Swartz: Stuart City Hall, with its magnificent views of the St. Lucie River in the heart of downtown Stuart, could be torn down. … Click here to read more