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Guest opinion: Paradise adrift

January 23, 2014

The dark discoloration of water in our estuaries and massive clumps of red drift algae along our gulf beaches is a vivid reminder of the harmful discharge of polluted water from lake Okeechobee......

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anticorp

Jan-26-14 8:50 PM

Ray has always been environmentally conscious and active. It's too bad he got sucked into Crony Capitalism. How can our politicians survive and not succumb to it? Signing onto giving millions to wealthy sports teams finally overcame my support for his environmental activism.

Now they all do it and we'll miss Rays influence on the commission, especially when that 100 year drought shows its ugly head....real soon. Ray was very important to saving the wetlands that positively impact just what this article is about.

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CapeCoralCuestions

Jan-25-14 10:21 AM

Ray--where were you for the last 10 years? Only now that you got bounced out are you concerned about the quality of the water. Too little too late, IMO.

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Raydunavant

Jan-24-14 6:47 AM

I like "Ray Judah" and "former commissioner" in the same sentence.

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