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survival of the indian river lagoon

looks like the dumping of lake okeechobee pollution is not ever going to stop at least that is the word of the new army corps chief says. so instead of a hopeless fight why not open some seawater sites into the lagoon. i have been driving ocean blvd. from stuart to ft. pierce and notice 3 bridges i go over where the lagoon water ends only 2 to 300 feet from the ocean, it is the same situation at pecks lake in hobe sound and from ft. pierce to sebastian. why can't flow ways be built in these areas to flow water back and forth from ocean to lagoon to relieve the polluted fresh water that is killing the grasslands. these flow ways could be built underground cheap. i hope water managers start thinking about doing something like this.


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