Public input needed for Little Lagoon and Perdido Pass plans

By Melanie LeCroy
Posted 1/22/20

Do you live, work or play on Little Lagoon or Perdido Pass? If so, the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program and Geosyntec needs your input.

A Watershed Management Plan is in the planning phase for …

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Public input needed for Little Lagoon and Perdido Pass plans

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Do you live, work or play on Little Lagoon or Perdido Pass? If so, the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program and Geosyntec needs your input.

A Watershed Management Plan is in the planning phase for the watersheds of Little Lagoon and Perdido Pass. These waterways comprise the Gulf Frontal Watershed and includes the cities of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.

Those who live it, know it and your valuable input is needed. A public input meeting is being held Feb. 6 at the Gulf State Park Learning Campus (20249 Highway 135, Gulf Shores). For more information, contact Tracy Holiday at 251-752-2245 or holiday.tracym@gmail.com.