Friday, November 30, 2012

NJ enviro groups' billboard: Here's looking at you, DEP













If anyone at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection feels a twinge of embarrassment over political maneuvers that led to the ouster of  Highlands Council Executive Director Eileen Swan, they're getting a big, friendly reminder every day that
they gaze out the window.

Holding a glass of unadulterated New Jersey drinking water, Eileen smiles down from
a large billboard. Playing off a national milk industry ad campaign, it asks passersby:

'Got Water?  Thank the Pinelands and Highlands.'

NJ Spotlight reports the details in Billboard Targets Diluted Rules for Protecting Aquifers

Related:
NJ Highlands Council Fires Exec Swan; Deputy Resigns

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