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Among Slew of Legislative Rules, A Proposal To Limit Local Authority on Environment

| December 28, 2017

From fracking to tree-trimming to using close to $900 million from a voter-approved conservation fund, Florida lawmakers are lining up their wishes ahead of the 2018 session.

Walmart And Other Big Energy Users Want Out of Florida’s Conservation Program, Claiming They Can Do Better

| July 22, 2015

Opponents say such a one-sided proposal would shift costs to small businesses and residential customers and jeopardize the viability of the 35-year-old conservation program.

Palm Coast Mayor Netts Urges Residents To Join Water-Conservation Challenge

| April 3, 2015

By participating in the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, Palm Coast residents can qualify to win a Prius and other eco-friendly prizes, and put the city on the map of greenest communities.

Hearing Voters’ Demand for Conservation, Florida Senate Begins Money Game

| January 8, 2015

Since the amendment was approved, concerns have been expressed about issues such as how lawmakers will define land-preservation or water-conservation projects, how the state will determine which of its “impaired” water bodies is most critical and how to approach the reduction of stormwater runoff and agriculture fertilizer use.

As FPL’s Smart Meters Convert 50,000 Flagler Homes, County Takes Dim View of Opponents

| May 22, 2012

Florida Power & Light will roll out 50,000 smart meters in Flagler homes and small businesses over six months beginning this summer. The Flagler County Commission supports an opt-out measure for customers, some of whom thing the smart meters are invasive and dangerous, but FPL already provides a temporary opt-out.

“Colors of the Sea,” A New Cannizzaro Show, Opening at Ocean Publishing July 14

| July 7, 2011

Rick Cannizzaro, Ocean Publishing’s commissioned artist, exhibits paintings of loggerhead turtles while the publishing house showcases a new book on the Southeast National Marine Sanctuaries and Jean-Michel Cousteau.

Flagler Beach’s Turtle Savior Honored by Daughters of the American Revolution

| April 10, 2011

Lori Ottlein has been involved in land turtle rescue, sea turtle protection and rehabilitation for almost 15 years. She received a national conservation award for her work with the turtles from Daughters of the American Revolution.

Cool Project, Cooler Reception: Palm Coast’s Desalination Aims Leaves Others Unmoved

| August 11, 2010

Slower than before, but still expensively, Palm Coast continues to push desalination as its only alternative water source in the future.

Conservation in Contempt: How Palm Coast Opened the Way to Urbanizing Bulow Creek

| July 11, 2010

Under the guise of having to rezone land it recently annexed, the Palm Coast City Council enabled the highest-density zoning possible in the sensitive Bulow Creek watershed.

Fury and Fallacies Hook
Red Snapper Fishing Ban

| June 10, 2010

The indefinite extension of the ban on commercial or recreational fishing for red snapper off Florida’s coast will hurt boaters. But so would overfishing and crashing fish populations.

Primer: What Is the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act?

| June 10, 2010

A brief explanation and history of the federal law governing marine fisheries management in United States federal waters.

Bunnell Bails from Billion-$ Desalination Band

| April 29, 2010

Bunnell joins Flagler County, and possibly Flagler Beach soon, in dropping out of the $1 billion project.

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