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Water Wednesday - Shared screen with speaker view
Annette Loveless
01:01:50
Please post any questions or comments at any time!
Kate Schumacher
01:05:03
This is a really interesting view.
Kate Schumacher
01:08:05
Incredible photo.
Steve Tuorto
01:08:06
what a powerful photo!
David Bossio
01:10:46
I called Tom. His internet is down
David Bossio
01:11:04
Trying to reboot system
Dana Irlbacher
01:11:28
oy! Well, let Tom know we loved his presentation thus far and hope to hear the rest of it when possible.
Kate Schumacher
01:11:47
Tom is resetting and will rejoin. We will finish his presentation after Steve.
Kate Schumacher
01:14:59
Hi mom!
David Bossio
01:20:48
Hi. Yes we did. I will give him a call
Kate Schumacher
01:21:59
Thank you!
Kate Schumacher
01:26:33
His internet is down. He’s trying to get back on.
Kate Schumacher
01:29:39
I believe Tom has re-entered! Welcome Back Tom!
Michael Winka
01:31:20
Actually because of climate change those areas Steve just pointed to including Texas are actually on average over the year getting cooler -
Annette Loveless
01:31:48
That's a lot of water...
Kate Schumacher
01:32:04
Beautiful hikes though!
Kate Schumacher
01:34:37
What’s creepier: the clown or the detention basin?
Annette Loveless
01:38:48
I believe Manville is built on a flood plain.
Kate Schumacher
01:42:59
Tom’s internet was jumbled by a contractor today and is not working. He’s attempting to join from his phone but we will try to record his session in the next few days and share it. He sends many regrets.
Kate Schumacher
01:43:11
:-(
James Hooker
01:52:46
Kate, Tom is going to come to my house to complete his presentation. He'll be here in 5 minutes
Kate Schumacher
01:52:58
Love it! I hope it works!
Annette Loveless
02:01:58
We will also address what individuals and neighborhoods can do tomorrow night!
Annette Loveless
02:15:07
Too much sediment to go swimming in there now...
Annette Loveless
02:21:14
It's 8:30 folks, we'll keep going but understand if you need to log out. We will follow up with an email and links. Tune in tomorrow for more solutions!
Annette Loveless
02:23:14
Especially important to people during the pandemic. A respite.
Annette Loveless
02:24:09
The sediment that fills the lake is a direct result of stormwater runoff.
Steve Tuorto
02:25:15
some terrific photography
James Hooker
02:30:34
Yes, Steve, there is more of that photography, unmatched in quality and tremendous diversity, on the Facebook page Friends of Colonial Lake. It is a great place for anyone with an appreciation of nature.
Sophie Glovier
02:31:10
Wonderful to hear the history of the lake
James Hooker
02:31:14
Terrific presentation, Tom. Thank you!
Melissa DiMeglio
02:31:25
Fascinating presentations. Thank you!
Steve Tuorto
02:31:34
Great presentation Tom, great story!
Kate Schumacher
02:31:45
Wonderful overview and presentation!
Kate Schumacher
02:32:08
Thank you all for staying with us so late into the evening. Much appreciated!
James Hooker
02:32:11
Steve, yourself also. I was busy working with Tom to set up at that time, so didn't get to Shout Out to you earlier. But, yes, terrific presentation that teaches us so much in an interesting way that we can all grasp. Thank you for sharing that!
Colleen McKee
02:33:02
Thank you Tom for an inspiring story of a community rallying to protect Colonial Lake. Thank you Steve for an informative presentation on watersheds and stormwater management. Good night all!
James Hooker
02:33:45
Annette and Kate, thank you for being terrific and engaging moderators.
Kate Schumacher
02:34:06
https://mercersustainabilitycoalition.org/greening-together-2021/greening-together-resources/
Kate Schumacher
02:34:34
James and Tom’s video is on this page.
Steve Tuorto
02:35:02
Thanks annette and kate. Thanks all. Good night