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Residents on either side of the lake loudly called for the water to stop; corps officials said they were working to do so while managing the risks that high water levels pose to the earthen dike, parts of which date back to the 1930s. Rick Scott added the lake's federal management to his list of complaints against President Barack Obama's administration.
State senators investigating the problems have recommended shifting control of how and when water is released from the lake from the corps to the state, which would require congressional action. Joe Negron, R-Stuart, also recommends 0 million in state funding to improve water quality and expand storage reservoirs around the lake.
She called Scott's budget proposals "a political ploy in an election season to make it look like he's doing something."Audubon Florida officials point to Lake Okeechobee as an example of what happens when pollution isn't addressed at the source.
It's the focus of competing interests: Environmentalists want to preserve its resources; the corps uses it for flood control; the state wants it for South Florida's water supply; and the agriculture industry views it as a reservoir.
Repeated costly cleanups have been needed in and around the lake because water hasn't been stored or cleaned elsewhere.
Meanwhile, pollution continues to flow into the watersheds in quantities that exceed standards the state set for the lake."With all the repeated high-water and low-water problems on the lake, and the estuary dumps, and all the pollution, and all the water shortages — you know, we're going to have to spend a lot of money to fix it.
This gradually created many opportunities including jobs, the birth of tourism, and other related industries.
During the land boom of the 1920s elaborate plans were announced for Hobe Sound by the Olympia Improvement Corporation.
The lake and water woes from Florida¿s Big Bend to the state¿s natural springs to a treasured estuary along the Atlantic have prompted residents, lawmakers and environmental advocates to call on the state to do more to better manage its water resources. Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, told reporters earlier this month that any water issues that come up this year will deal with funding, while policy initiatives and long-term water management plans likely will be deferred until next year.Lucie counties and reconstruction of the Tamiami Trail to allow water to freely flow south.Environmental groups have criticized state officials for slashing funding for conservation purchases as well as Florida's invocation of states' rights in joining a friend-of-the-court brief challenging a cleanup plan for the Chesapeake Bay.In November, voters will consider a conservation amendment that could set aside billion in state funds over 20 years for land and water conservation.Some lawmakers, Republican and Democrat, say it's better to wait and see whether that amendment passes before devoting major resources to water cleanup and management."What we know is that during this legislative session or any other legislative session, if we do not make the elected officials do what we demand, then they won't," said Cris Costello, a regional organizer for the Sierra Club, which has signed onto a statewide campaign that aims to build public demand for better water quality and resource management.
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For a brief time Hobe Sound was renamed "Picture City" and plans were presented for a movie picture production center.