On Monday, April 5, 2021, the Lake Alfred City Commission officially declared the month of April as Water Conservation Month. While it is just a simple statement, taking the time to issue the proclamation shows that the Lake Alfred City Commission is unified behind conservation principles and willing to stand for strong conservation statements. Take a look at the full text of the proclamation below. For information on how you can help, visit the Central Florida Water Initiative website.
WHEREAS, water is a basic and essential need of every living creature; and
WHEREAS, The State of Florida, Water Management Districts, and the City of Lake Alfred are working together to increase awareness about the importance of water conservation; and
WHEREAS, the City of Lake Alfred and the State of Florida has designated April, typically a dry month when water demands are most acute, Florida’s Water Conservation Month, to educate citizens about how they can help save Florida’s precious water resources; and
WHEREAS, the City of Lake Alfred has always encouraged and supported water conservation, through various educational programs and special events; and
WHEREAS, every business, industry, school, and citizen can make a difference when it comes to conserving water; and
WHEREAS, every business, industry, school, and citizen can help by saving water and thus promote a healthy economy and community.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it proclaimed that by virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the City of Lake Alfred we do hereby declare the month of April as:
Water Conservation Month
The City of Lake Alfred is calling upon each citizen and business to help protect our precious resources by practicing water-saving measures and becoming more aware of the need to save water.
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