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No Wetlands Lawsuits?

No Wetlands Lawsuits?

You have been told by the Wakulla Wetlands Alliance that we have never been sued because of our prior wetlands ordinance.  Could that be true?  How can two sides disagree on something like that?  Either we have or we have not.  Shouldn't we be able to prove or disprove such a statement?  If it turns out that we have been sued, paid legal fees and paid settlement costs, doesn't it make sense that more suits are possible if voters adopt the proposed wetlands ordinance?

Let's take a look and see who is telling the truth.  Decide for yourself!

Below, you will find two links for the lawsuit complaint for just one of the suits.  See how many times the word wetlands appears in the suit.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/1inq7hipijp911n/Complaint.pdf?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/1n8k4nzlfmd56f7/Complaint2.pdf?dl=0

The risk of wetlands related lawsuits does not currently exist in Wakulla County.  We eliminated this risk when we repealed the Wakulla Wetlands Ordinance.  A yes vote on Referendum A will return this risk to Wakulla County Tax Payers.  If the proposed ordinance is adopted, it can only be changed by a unanimous vote of all County Commissions, after 2 years, or by another referendum of Wakulla County Voters.

A NO vote on Referendum A will eliminate this risk!

You now know the truth. Your friends and family deserve to know the truth also. Please share with everyone you know, by Facebook, email, and personal conversations. Also leave a comment below and share your thoughts.

One Response to “No Wetlands Lawsuits?”

  1. James says:

    Very interesting. The most interesting part of that complaint is that the one commissioner who did not vote to repeal the wetlands ordinance has had issues complying with it himself.

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