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Walton TDC and Riverway South Apalachicola Choctawhatchee Organization (RWSAC)

Discussion in 'Local Government and Groups' started by James Bentwood, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. James Bentwood

    James Bentwood Beach Fanatic

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    From the BCC Agenda:

    Walton TAB C - JIM BAGBY, TDC EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
    1. Request permission to apply to become members of the Riverway South Apalachicola Choctawhatchee Organization (RWSAC) at an annual cost of $5,000.


    Anyone from the TDC care to fill us in as to what this is about? From the website it looks like the RWSAC has a noble goal of promoting the panhandles's natural resources, waterways, and eco-tourism. http://rwsfl.org

    However half the links on the website don't work, the one post that has been made has 285 spam comments, most of the places highlighted are near Apalachicola, and the calendar lists an upcoming event for April 2014.

    Does the TDC's fee of $5,000 a year go towards hiring a webmaster?
    How will Walton County benefit from being a member?
    Why so expensive?

    Please don't tell me to go to the meeting to ask these questions. Walton county employees should be able to respond on this website or at least send me an email or private message by clicking on my member name.
     
  2. sunspotbaby

    sunspotbaby SoWal Insider

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    Interesting. We already have a great web source and local for promoting our natural resources, waterways and eco-tourism. It's called Waltonoutdoors.com. It would be nice if the TDC supported a LOCAL source of information and a beautifully written blog by people passionate about our area and lend their support to the Explore the Outdoors event.
     

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