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Hillsborough County Commission Vote on Proposed Fertilizer Ban

TIME TO STOP THE TAKEOVER OF OUR COUNTY COMMISSION BY THE SIERRA CLUB AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS PUSHING THEIR "SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT" AGENDA

Bankrupt state of California is NOT a MODEL to Follow!
County Commissioners received 150 letters from the Sierra Club SUPPORTING this ban on Friday
Please contact the Commissioners Today in OPPOSITION:
http://www.hillsborou....

Hillsborough County Commissioners will VOTE on the PROPOSED Fertilizer Ban at their regular meeting on Thursday, June 10th. The meeting is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 10th at the County Center, which is located at 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa.

If attending, there is a time for public comment if you want to voice your opposition:
People wishing to speak before the Board during the Public Comments portion of the meeting should
complete the Request for Public Comment card located at the sign-up table inside the Boardroom. When Addressing the Board, please state your name and address. Three minutes are allowed for each speaker.
Also, if attending, even if not speaking, please try to wear some type of sticker or pin on a label that
reflects your Opposition (e.g. Vote NO on Fertilizer Ban).

NOTE: This Ban specifically EXEMPTS golf courses, large Agriculture and large farms. Instead, at this juncture, the Sierra Club/environmentalists are going after the "little guy" who fertilizes his own yard or those in business today who perform that work. Even by the Sierra Club's OWN estimates, this ban would reduce nitrogen in our waterways by .08%.

Plant City on Monday voted to "exempt" them from this ban if the Commission votes for it stating
"the technical information that Hillsborough scientists have submitted in support of the ban as "anecdotal."

This issue is also tied to the EPA Water Quality Standards that the EPA is attempting to ONLY IMPOSE on State of Florida and will devastate our economy. These proposals are the result of lawsuits filed by
environmental groups such as the Sierra Club:

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