In response to your article on July 2, the Sun left out the most important facts that came out of the special meeting.
For example, Dr. Lisa Beever told SOS, “CHNEP (Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program) requires at least 60 samples at a station when we run trend analysis. That equates to at least five years of monthly testing.” SOS has told the Charlotte County Commission for months that the “science” from Tetra Tech would not be acceptable for years to come. Charlotte County Utilities’ subcontractor Tetra Tech, in its $92,700 taxpayer-funded report, took four samples in most locations, just two in others, yet this was presented as “real” science.
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