Maggy Hurchalla: “It’s kind of Now or never. If we lose Ed and Sarah then developers own the County.”


From Maggy Hurchalla, a 20-year Martin County Commissioner, an active member of numerous Governor Commissions on the Everglades, water and planning, a lifelong advocate for wetlands preservation, a winner of national, state and local environmental and conservation awards regarding wetlands, land planning, water studies. She is a resident of Rocky Point:

Tuesday morning at the ungodly hour of 8am we are having a rally for Ed and Sarah at the Blake Library next to the County admin building, 2401 SE Monterey Road, Stuart.

Big Sugar and Lake Point are trying to get Gov. Scott to remove them from office for supposedly not finding emails in a timely fashion.

Ed and Sarah have been our heroes at protecting us and our neighborhoods and our environment. They seem to be the only fiscally conservative commissioners left.

Meanwhile all sorts of things will be coming before the Commission to take the comp plan apart: weakening height limit and deleting river protection come up next week. Then they will be trying to do away with the urban boundary for Harmony and the Kiplinger project.

It’s kind of Now or never. If we lose Ed and Sarah then developers own the County.

It might rain. Bring an umbrella. Show them we are determined.

Pass this on to everyone you can think of who cares about the county.

I will be there. Please be there with me.

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