St. Johns River Water Management news

Brian H. Graham, Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor, Seat 5, reported to Historic City News some links to area articles of interest and news from the St. Johns River Water Management Area.

New water limits starting, but who will follow? – Florida Times-Union
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St Johns River: Data may help the cleanup – Florida Times-Union
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Water fight: Central Florida wants even more from river – Florida Times-Union
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St. Johns boosts funding to desalt ocean water for drinking – Orlando Sentinel
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Central Florida politicians wearing blinders – Orlando Sentinel
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Grace Foley of the Environmentally Endangered Lands Program – Beachside Resident
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County billed again in Niagara suit – Daily Commercial
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We think: the latest plan to address water demands is a nightmare – Orlando Sentinel
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Will mega-pipeline fix water problems or ruin Central Florida – The DeLand-Deltona Beacon
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County against river pumping plans – Daily Commercial
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Proposed pipeline provokes flood of edgy e-mails – Orlando Sentinel
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Graham has held positions in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Republican Party of Florida. He has also served as vice president of the Florida Council on Business Ethics and Member of the board of governors for the Transportation Club of Jacksonville. He currently serves as the State Chairman of the Florida Federation of Young Republicans. Graham also is a co-owner of a marketing and public relations firm, Dixie Strategies, LLC.

He has been involved in the Clay County community most of his life, serving as a member of the Citizens Advisory Committee of the First Coast Metropolitan Planning Organization and as a member of the Government Affairs Committee of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce.

Graham was elected to a 4-year term as a non-partisan Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor last year.

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