Canaveral Port Authority Presents $100,000 Check To Indian River Lagoon Council

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The Canaveral Port Authority presented $100,000 to the Indian River Lagoon Council on Friday in support of public education and community collaboration in addressing damage and restoration of the estuary.

The Canaveral Port Authority presented $100,000 to the Indian River Lagoon Council on Friday in support of public education and community collaboration in addressing damage and restoration of the estuary. Presenting the check were Port Commissioners Bruce Deardoff and Wayne Justice. Port CEO John Murray and Port Director of Environmental Bob Musser also attended. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – The Canaveral Port Authority presented $100,000 to the Indian River Lagoon Council on Friday in support of public education and community collaboration in addressing damage and restoration of the estuary.

Port Canaveral is a longtime leader in environmental stewardship with numerous programs and partnerships for the protection of our area’s natural resources.

Presenting the check were Port Commissioners Bruce Deardoff and Wayne Justice. Port CEO John Murray and Port Director of Environmental Bob Musser also attended.

The resolution to donate to Indian River Lagoon Council was put forth by Port Commissioner Bruce Deardoff and then unanimously approved by the Canaveral Port Authority Commission.

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The donation to the Indian River Lagoon Council will be used to educate the public and local government of the continuing damage and pollution caused to the Indian River Lagoon by the discharge of stormwater runoff, freshwater discharges and other pollutants.

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