Help Save the Indian River Lagoon!
Show Your Opposition to the Oslo Boat Ramp
On February 13, 2018, the Indian River County Commissioners will once again be discussing the development of the Oslo boat ramp, a project that could be harmful for the Indian River Lagoon. The lagoon is important habitat for manatees, and this project will increase the number of boats accessing the area. In addition, development could impact seagrasses and a thriving fish nursery that are important to the health of the lagoon. Dredging will cause a trough and naturally collect muck in an area where there currently is none. Paving the road will allow chemicals and other harmful pollutants into the lagoon.
Three years ago, many concerned citizens signed petitions and filled the commission chambers to protest against the Oslo boat ramp project. We need your help now to tell commissioners you oppose the project once again.
Read: Boat Ramp Project Poses More Risks Than Gains for Indian River Lagoon.
Read: Proposed “Improvements” for the Oslo Boat Ramp Will Harm the Indian River Lagoon
What You Can Do:
- Please attend the Indian River County Commission meeting on February 13th at 9:00 a.m. and show your opposition to the Oslo boat ramp project.
Indian River County Commission Meeting
Tuesday, February 13, 2018, 9:00 a.m.
County Administration Building A (South)
1801 27 Street
Vero Beach, FL 32960
- If you can’t attend the meeting, please contact the Indian River County Commissioners and tell them you oppose the Oslo boat ramp project.
Contact the Indian River County Commissioners
Thank you for supporting the protection of manatees and the Indian River Lagoon!