This blog post is for documentation purposes so that members of the public who may not be on the LOSOM list have access. The presentations are scientific. This web-ex meeting occurred 1-12-22.
“The focus of the Jan. 12 PDT engagement will be (was) an overview of the final model data and an update on the operational guidance development.” said LOSOM Project Manager Tim Gysan.“The agenda will include an overview of the modeling results of the LOSOM Preferred Alternative and an update on the operational guidance development. The guidance provides the instructions to the water managers and operators and defines the ability of LOSOM to address the varied climate conditions we may experience over the next decade. We value your continued participation in this development as we work towards the Draft EIS and water control plan,” said Gysan.
The Project Delivery Team (PDT) members include only the federal officials and elected officers of state, local or tribal governments or their designated employees with authority to act on their behalf acting in their official capacities…”
~See links for power point presentation slides
2 thoughts on “LOSOM Presentations – Project Delivery Team Meeting – Jan. 12, 2022”
Thank you for sharing this info Jacqui! Sifting through all of this information I remain convinced that both the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie are best served by focusing attention on reducing Lake O level to 11.5-12.0′ by May 1st. Keeping Lake O higher than 12′ by May 1st only serves as additional water supply to the EAA and neglects the harm to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie.
Thank you Mike. Very much appreciate your sharing and looking through so much info.