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The Truth Emerges!

The Truth Emerges!

We had a very productive Board of County Commissioner’s meeting tonight. 

Commissioner Merritt weighed in on a statement that was made at the Planning and Zoning meeting last week.  A concerned citizen stated that we need to keep the Wakulla Wetlands Ordinance to protect the tupelo trees, and the honey that is produced from them.  Commissioner Merritt comes from a family of Wakulla County bee keepers.  Tonight he clearly stated that tupelo trees and honey would not be harmed by removing the wetlands ordinance. 

Commissioner Kessler admitted that removal of the Wakulla Wetlands ordinance would not enable development in the wetlands.

Commissioner Kessler admitted that the 75 foot buffer that currently exists in the Wakulla Wetlands Ordinance is an arbitrary number, not based on science. 

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5 Responses to “The Truth Emerges!”

  1. Political Peril says:

    Then why is there a petition? Why do we have a bunch of alliance members lying to people on the save wakulla wetlands Facebook page. We have a bunch of nuts running around this county. If the Commissioner admitted to the arbitrary number, then what is all this nonsense about. The Alliance has been wasting peoples time for months. They need to be banned from any future County Commission meetings. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING! They are a bunch of crazy radicals

    • Boris says:

      “The moment the idea is admitted into society, that property is not as sacred as the laws of God, and that there is not a force of law and public justice to protect it, anarchy and tyranny commence.” John Adams, 1787. The embers of Wakulla Wetlands Alliance are dangerous and must be stopped. Wetlands Ordinance should be repealed.

      • ralph says:

        Wise words from a Founding Father that we should never forget. We love the wetlands just as much as the Wakulla Wetlands Alliance. Apparently our love for freedom and individual liberty is far greater than theirs. We must continue fighting to protect it!

  2. Jeff says:

    Wakulla Wetlands folks are faux-environmentalist loony do-gooders who want to give the final word on what I can do with my property, and what you can do with yours. They are people who need to find a cause in life to help themselves feel good about their lives and their own legacies. The want to do something for the children and grand children. They want to help the polliwogs and baby alligators. They also feel the need to tell the rest of us how to live our lives. They’ll keep their grubby hands off of my property. We stand our ground on Bostic Pelt Road.

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