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GEC 1st Friday Lunch, September 2, 11 AM, Captain Joe’s Seafood, 5296 New Jesup Hwy, Brunswick. Derby Waters, Reporter for Jesup Press Sentinel Newspaper is speaking on the fight to stop Coal Ash from being dumped at the Broadhurst Land Fill in Wayne County and the threats that coal ash poses to coastal wetlands, creeks, the Altamaha River and the Georgia coast. GEC Board Meeting after 1st Friday Lunch.

Save the Date – Saturday, September 24, Noon ‘til 3. GEC Annual Membership Meeting, Altamaha Regional Park.


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Our Mission

Our Mission

A community nonprofit organization committed to assuring a clean
environment and healthy economy for citizens of Coastal Georgia.

Our Goal

A safe and healthy place to live and raise our families.     Membership, Renewal, or Donation
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Twitty Park was dedicated as a public park in 1924 when Mr. T. L. Cain of St. Simons Island gifted the land and iconic live oak trees in trust to Glynn County. The Glynn Environmental Coalition is working to ensure that Glynn County maintains Twitty Park for the benefit of the citizens and to enforce the public park requirements of T. L. Cain’s original gift.

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GEC At A Glance

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Who?
We are you, your neighbor and anyone else interested in the environmental and cultural
health of coastal Georgia.

What? We work for a safe and healthy place to raise our families by assuring a clean environment and healthy economy for citizens of coastal Georgia.

Where? Coastal Georgia which resides within one of the most environmentally unique ecosystems on earth.

When? Now, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Why? Because we share a desire for and commitment to a clean environment & healthy economy.

How? We do it through a broad choice of activities in areas such as: Community Organizing; Technical Assistance; Water Quality and Safe Seafood; Air Quality; Education; Public Hearings; Lobbying Efforts; Clean-Ups; and Superfund Work.

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Recent News

August 2, 2016 - $29 million agreement reached to clean Brunswick Superfund site

August 1, 2016 - Settlement Reached to Clean Up Toxic Waste Site in Brunswick

July 29, 2016 - Former owners of LCP Superfund Site to spend $29 million on another cleanup

July 29, 2016 - EPA announces $29M settlement for cleanup work at Brunswick site

July 20, 2016 - Georgia Dolphins in Grave Danger – Press Release

July 2016 - Annual Superfund Sites Updates

April 11, 2016 - Group demonstrates to save Twitty Park

April 8, 2016 - Group seeks to preserve Twitty park

February 24, 2016 - Glynn Academy student wins fair award

February 24, 2016 - Walmart supports safe seafood program

February 19, 2016 - Opponents of spaceport facing criticism

February 16, 2016 - Savannah area students win science fair honors

February 15, 2016 - GA student Wins Regional Science and Engineering Fair Award

January 25, 2016 - Environmentalist sue to preserve St. Simons Island park

January 18, 2016 - Law suit filed to keep SSI’s Twitty Park a public park

January 15, 2016 - Local Group Launches Effort to Save Iconic Twitty Park

December 12, 2015 - Sea Island gets OK for beach buildup, despite protests

November 17, 2015 - Area environmentalist react to Coastal Georgia Ecological Report Card

September 11, 2015 - City Commission Approved Superfund Cleanup Resolution

August 29, 2015 - Glynn Environmental Coalition rings in 25 years anniversary

August 3, 2015 - Public, city ask for complete Terry Creek Cleanup

July 27, 2015 - EPA to hold public meeting on Terry Creek cleanup plan

July 25, 2015 - EPA plans public forum to discuss clean up of Terry Creek toxic site

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UPCOMING EVENTS

GEC 1st Friday Lunch, September 2, 11 AM, Captain Joe’s Seafood, 5296 New Jesup Hwy, Brunswick. Derby Waters, Reporter for Jesup Press Sentinel Newspaper is speaking on the fight to stop Coal Ash from being dumped at the Broadhurst Land Fill in Wayne County and the threats that coal ash poses to coastal wetlands, creeks, the Altamaha River and the Georgia coast. GEC Board Meeting after 1st Friday Lunch.

Save the Date – Saturday, September 24, Noon ‘til 3. GEC Annual Membership Meeting, Altamaha Regional Park.

P.O. Box 2443, Brunswick, GA 31521    ♦    912-466-0934    ♦    gec@glynnenvironmental.org
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