Event Postponed: Red Tide, Blue Green Algae, and Stormwater: What is being done?
March 13th – 9:00 am Update:
Dear friends and neighbors,
While we recognize that water quality is an important topic for our community, your health and wellbeing is our first priority.
After consulting recommendations from the Florida Department of Health and our local government, we believe it is in the best interest to cancel this final forum of the season.
With the success of the forums, we are planning to launch additional programs for the Fall of 2020 through Spring of 2021.
Thank you for your support. Please watch your email box for dates, times, and topics.
Gulf Shore Association of Condominiums
The Gulf Shore Association of Condominiums (GSAC) invites community members to attend Red Tide, Blue Green Algae, and Stormwater: What is being done? on Thursday, March 26th from 8:30 am to 10:00 am at St. John’s Episcopal Church. This complimentary event is the final of four community forums, designed to inform and educate Naples residents about key issues affecting their quality of life.
The forum will be moderated by Collier County Commissioner Penny Taylor, who has championed stormwater and water quality issues in the community. The event will feature a panel of local experts to share information about the latest research, community initiatives, and critical health information surrounding red tide and blue green algae. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask specific questions from the panel that will include:
Captain Daniel Andrews, Executive Director of the Captains for Clean Water
Gregg Strakaluse, Director of Streets and Stormwater for the City of Naples
Stephanie Molloy, Natural Resources Manager for the City of Naples
Justin Mahon, Environmental Supervisor for the Florida Department of Health
Pre-registration is requested. Click below for your complimentary registration.