In response to the Nov. 10 article in The Herald, “Officials: Salmon, orca recovery important as ever,” as noted by the Puget Sound Partnership still the biggest bureaucratic boondoggle in contrast to ST3.
The problem with any Puget Sound recovery efforts requires ingenuity not studying, analyzing, managing or educating the public. The public pays the bill for governments lackluster commonsense in combating the stormwater pollution. Every road and highway in our nation drains to a body of water that once supported a major portion of our economy. Puget Sound is failing because our government is failing to address stormwater pollution.
We will never save our native species if we don’t remove the pollution from our roads before it drains to a creek, a river or Puget Sound.