May – June 2022 Issue



by Roberta B. Turner

The Australian Koala Foundation estimates that, as a result of the loss of their habitat, around 4,000 koalas are killed each year by dogs and cars alone. They believe that the koala population is somewhere between 43,000 and 80,000. That makes it critically important to save what is left. (more)

We accomplished a great deal this year by working together. There were 3,735 bills filed, with 1,896 amendments. 4,324 votes were taken, with a total of 285 bills passing both chambers and sent to Governor DeSantis. We passed a bill unanimously designating part of A1A as “Pio Ieraci Memorial Drive” for our friend and former President of the Galt Mile Community Association who passed away during the pandemic.  (more)

Today, we are going to talk about something a little different, related to not only fishing but eating fish.  We all know that seafood is one of the best things that we can eat, but too much of the wrong fish is the problem.  Let’s start by my saying that I have done that for the past 50 plus years; yes, getting smart in my old age. (more)