County Commission on record against lease expansion
By Lou Elliott Jones
Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 1:13 pm (Updated: June 10, 5:18 pm)
Clammers who asked for the Levy County Commission's help two weeks ago to halt a state plan for expanding clam leases have not only won the support of the commissioners, but the attention of a state official overseeing the lease proposal.
Mike Hodges of the Cedar Key Aquaculture Association has announced that Kal Knicherbocker, the director of the state Department of Aquaculture, will be on hand for a meeting Thursday at 2 p.m. at the George Kirkpatrick Marine Lab building on State Road 24.
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