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More algae mitigation under way in Cape Coral

August 30, 2018

Two new Florida Department of Environmental Protection approved test pilot programs are in the works to potentially remedy the conditions of canal waters in Cape Coral....

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reyemm

Sep-02-18 10:31 AM

As reported ""Lee County and the state Department of Environmental Protection continue to evaluate and assess the pilot program..." We pay our taxes and it’s high time the government BE RESPONSIVE as well as responsible in handling for what we pay for.

Here are a few questions being asked by Cape Coral Voters of our POLITICIANS / Elected Representatives:

1.Who is responsible for checking the toxicity of the air we breathe? Air Quality?

2. Who is responsible for checking the toxicity of the water in our rivers and oceans and punishing the culprits?

3. Who is responsible for the pollution on which the algae thrives and punishing the culprits?

4. Who is responsible for checking to see that those checking all of these issues are DOING WHAT WE PAY THEM FOR and punishing the malingerers?

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