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January 16
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February 12
Resort poised to be a major addition to Jekyll Island
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James Holland, Retired Altamaha Riverkeeper, Speaks Out on Proposed Marshland Legislation
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February 19
CALL TO ACTION: MARSH BUFFER LEGISLATION FULL OF LOOP HOLES
February 26 FYI:
UPDATED FEBRUARY 22ND
The marsh buffer bill (SB 101) passed out of committee yesterday afternoon with one amendment -- a definition of the term "maintenance" has been added which limits what folks can do to and within a buffer in the name of maintenance. The bill now goes to the Senate floor for a vote and then crosses over to the House of Representatives, where there will be a chance to further affect it for the better.