FL - Advocates say it's time to see how well tax to clean Indian River Lagoon is doing
Space Coast voters agreed to tax themselves to clean up the Indian River Lagoon.
Now, three years later, and with some $125 million at play, a coalition of lagoon advocates says it's time to take stock of the progress and figure out what comes next.
So the Brevard Indian River Lagoon Coalition will hold a public forum, called "Lagoon Straight Talk," at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Satellite High School auditorium.
The coalition sees slow, steady progress toward a healthy lagoon, but in a race against a dying estuary, that's far from any finish lines.