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The CBF's very factual and practical presentation on job growth from environmental preservation activities such as the Chesapeake Bay Watershed program is a solid eye opener.

The sooner these TMDL/WIP programs get started and bring new hires aboard then the logic and common sense presented in the report become "wallet realities". This then does more than just say "see we told you so", it brings strong and permanent support from citizens in the entire watershed region.

This is the enduring type of environmental awareness and support that will sustain the Chesapeake Bay Watershed well into the future. It becomes a legacy of life and prosperity.

Thanks, Waddell. Well said.
Chuck Epes

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