Cedar Key's aquaculture group says it wants to help with illegal dumping in the city.
Household trash and cover nets have been dumped in the Shell Pile area behind the marina on State Road 24 for years, according to local officials.
But Ken Edmunds, of the Cedar Key Aquaculture Association, said he thinks he has a solution for the dump site. Edmunds offered for the association to monitor the area on a regular basis for six months, beginning right after Coastal Clean up, an annual event aimed at cleaning America's coasts.
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