December 9, 2021

DEP TO REVIEW SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS IN JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

DEP issues modest request for land buying, seeks to sell nonconservation land
The department’s legislative budget request includes $20 million in new revenue for the Florida Forever land-buying program and $20 million from the sale of nonconservation lands. DEP also is seeking $75 million for Everglades restoration and water quality projects, including an $18-million trust fund transfer. … Related Research: Department of Environmental Protection’s Legislative Budget Request.

Florida Forever is an NGO following UN Agenda 21 /sustainable development/ regionalism.

http://www.thefloridacurrent.com/article.cfm?id=34909946&utm_source=not_lt_user&utm_medium=article_link&utm_campaign=current_email

DEP TO REVIEW OF SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS IN JACKSONVILLE

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has added a public hearing for Monday in Jacksonville on the plan to sell state-owned parcels to help fund future land-conservation efforts. The meeting is set for 6 p.m. at the Jacksonville City Hall. Hearings have already been held in Pensacola, Fort Myers, Viera and Orlando. The list of lands under consideration has continued to dwindle as the review has proceeded. There are now 78 sites that combine for about 3,400 acres, 0.11 percent of the state’s 3 million acres of state-owned conservation land, under consideration for sale. The list initially was of 169 sites that combined for roughly 5,300 acres. The money from any sale will be combined with $20 million that lawmakers included in the budget for the purchase of land to protect springs, water quality, water quantity or to serve as buffers for military bases. The Legislature approved the state land-sale program with the hope of raising $50 million. However, DEP officials noted it is unknown how much the state will generate from the parcels that remain under consideration and that no estimate may be made until the final list is set.

Florida Forever base all reports on Man Made Global Warming and the oceans rising 4-20 ft.  Both of these theories are proven lies.

Stop Funding LIES…

Karen Schoen
Tony Caso

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