Rebekah Weber, the Conservation Law Foundation’s Lake Champlain advocate, called Bray’s bill, S.96, “an important step in being transparent and accountable” with clean water money.
She said accountability and monitoring are particularly important because the job ahead is so huge. “We need to remove around 213 metric tons of phosphorus from Lake Champlain,” Weber said. “That’s just Lake Champlain. There are other obligations in other watersheds. We’re not near that goal.”
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