If we are to preserve wetlands and marshes and mitigate flooding at higher elevations, we need to legislate a prohibition on any kind of building or paving at elevations less than seven feet above sea level, as well as the deposit of fill in any wetland or waters of the state, including ground water, for the purpose of evading that restriction.
In addition, we need to educate the public about the role of trees in swamps as water transport and evaporation systems. What happens when trees are no longer available to pump water into the air? The water level on the land increases. That is probably difficult for people who do not get process to understand
Today’s report in the Brunswick News on the genesis of the effort to water down regulations designed to preserve the ocean’s shore from human depredation suggests that he went the extra mile to review DNR and legislative communications.
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Comes a story of child abuse on a somewhat minor scale. The migrant children being held in clandestine centers are a small percentage of the half a million U.S. children in some sort of subsidized foster/treatment care on an annual basis. Continue reading →