FL - Residents express love for the Weeki Wachee River, but worry what recent study will bring their way
Various agencies describe what carrying-capacity study determined and next steps.
Last week’s crowded meeting about the Weeki Wachee River carrying-capacity study was reminiscent of the town hall meeting in 2016 that jump-started efforts to save the ailing waterway.
At the earlier session, state Sen. Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby, committed to help restore the river. It might take years, he warned, but the work was worth doing.
Last week’s session drew another standing-room-only crowd to the Coast Guard Auxiliary building. Once again, it included waterfront homeowners, river-dependent business interests, agency officials and people who enjoy the recreation the river offers.