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I made this comment earlier, but it mysteriously disappeared.
This whole thing is a crock.
What we have here is a bunch of government employees trying to prove they are earning their paychecks.Along with a few private people who will get a slice of this scam to get $450,000 of federal, borrowed, funny money.
I noticed they were careful to avoid any local tax dollars.
They want to restore a bunch of mangroves, that were dead and dying, before the great Marco Island Mangrove rape.
The building of state road 92 might have caused it, but it has been that way a long time.
Adding to the trillions already owed, so that some people can play in the mud and be "Mangrove Experts" is not a good idea.
Can anyone say debt reduction, and balanced budget?
Find your funding someplace else.
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