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IST #31830 Introduction to Water Quality Management in Florida - Shared screen with speaker view
Karri Casper
29:51
Will you please put the new website here?
Lisa Krimsky
31:17
Recording website: https://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/martin/community-connect/
Susan Hamburger
48:47
Have any entities actually been successful in reducing discharges to impaired waterways to remove them from the impaired list?
diane evans
53:55
Would a 60,000 + square foot entity that will be built on land that was once agriculturally zoned but is now zoned CG, how can this building be required to have green parking lots and not impact Martin County storm water runoff?
Katie Bowes
56:59
Hi Diane, I am an Environmental Specialist for Martin County. A building of that size would have to go through a development review process to be issued a permit and that would involve several County departments and an extensive review to make sure it complies with the County's Stormwater Standards that are outlined in our Comp plan. I'd be happy to send you the links to those documents should you have any questions. My email is kbowes@martin.fl.us. Thanks for the interest!
Vincent Encomio
58:16
Thanks Katie!
Dawn Taggblom
01:08:20
Do you see any violations contributing to blue-green algae toxins?
Lara Milligan
01:12:12
what does ERP stand for?
Dawn Taggblom
01:13:54
Thanks so much for all of this information!
Dawn Taggblom
01:17:34
Yay!
Vincent Encomio
01:17:38
Are drainage canals or ditches considered point sources when entering a navigable waterway?
diane evans
01:19:36
Thank you for opening our eyes about the new and old programs-FABULOUS
Susan Hamburger
01:20:35
We can reduce NP runoff from housing developments by eliminating grass lawns and fertilizers and instead planting native Florida plants that don't need watering, mowing, weeding, and fertilizing. Overcoming the northern lawn mentality takes work but regulation would prevent grass/clippings. What chance is there for statewide regulations to eliminate grass lawns?
Lara Milligan
01:25:16
THANK YOU Eban!
Karri Casper
01:25:34
Thank you so much.
Vincent Encomio
01:25:50
Again check out UF IFAS Martin County Extension's website for today's recording and past recordings. Thanks for attending!
Vincent Encomio
01:28:24
Yes.
Vincent Encomio
01:30:09
Thanks for coming Diane!
Vincent Encomio
01:30:17
Thanks Eban!