Tarmac officials visit Cedar Key

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By Ada Lang

Officials of Tarmac King Road Mine company
met with representatives of Cedar Key's clamming
industry on Monday afternoon at the Marine
Lab to discuss water quality issues.
Tarmac requested this meeting to address concerns
raised at a previous meeting in Cedar Key.
Al Townsend, director of real estate and environmental
services, and Jeff Harris, plant manager
for the mine near Inglis, were accompanied by
two consulting hydrologists.
Leslie Sturmer, UF/IFAS Shellfish
Aquaculture Extension Agent; City

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