9 2013

Save Florida's Legacy

7:00PM - 8:00PM  

Congregation Ner Tamid 4802-B 26th St. W.
Bradenton, FL 34207

Contact Elaine Mittler

Deep funding cuts are seriously jeopardizing the great work Floridians have been doing for decades to protect what's best about Florida: miles of beaches, beautiful parks, crystal clear springs, endless opportunities to swim, bike and fish, and an amazing diversity of plants and animals. We can solve this problem without raising taxes! The Florida Water and Land Conservation Amendment seeks to do this by setting aside one-third of Florida’s existing documentary stamp tax revenues (paid when real estate is sold) and guaranteeing that these funds can be used only for conservation purposes, such as acquiring conservation and recreation lands, managing existing lands, protecting lands that are critical for water supply and restoring degraded natural systems. It will keep our waters clean and protect our beaches, springs, wildlife habitat and other natural areas for future generations! For information: (941) 755-1231 or