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Davey Crockett
Retired Electrical Engineer

Premium Author Davey Crockett

Bradenton, Florida, USA

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I was born and raised in Bradenton, Florida, (Circa 1958). I am married (31 years), 3 boys in college, and I am a retired electrical engineer from the petro-chemical industry.


Florida’s elected officials may be overlooking navigable waterways and riparian lands laws. Elected officials may be permitting Florida’s phosphate industry to strip mine large tracts of p...
Sinkholes are known to occur inside phosphogypsum stacks due to the added weight created by the “stack”. The stacks are also radioactive creating environmental hazards in and around all ph...
Florida, also known as the “Sunshine State” receives tremendous amounts of rain year after year. Unfortunately, Florida’s phosphate industry wastes enough freshwater to create severe...
Florida’s riparian lands and navigable waterways are being decimated by phosphate industry draglines on a daily basis. Florida’s elected officials “permit” phosphate industry o...
The Tampa Bay estuary, Alafia River, other local tributaries and watersheds are known to be “navigable waterways” or public domain. Phosphate industry officials historically cause severe e...
Phosphate mining operations in the Myakka River watersheds are detrimental to drinking water quality and quantity. Thousands of acres of pristine environmentally freshwater resources are being strippe...
Four central Florida counties are in legal battles with phosphate industry officials over strip mining thousands of acres of environmentally critical wetlands, rivers, streams, springs, and aquifers. ...
Florida’s elected officials pander to phosphate officials while destroying riparian lands and navigable waterways. The Peace River and watersheds are examples of riparian lands and navigable wat...
Peace River watersheds and basins are in danger of extinction caused by severe environmental impacts by Florida’s phosphate industry. Over six million people in Central Florida are in danger of ...
The Peace River and area watersheds are navigable waterways with riparian rights. The state owns navigable waterways within Florida boundaries. West Central Florida is where the Peace River and area w...
Florida’s phosphate industry destroys riparian waterways without concern for environmental laws. Public waterways are terminated daily for the phosphate ore just beneath the surface. At the same...
Florida’s phosphate industry owns more land in central Florida than exists in the state of Rhode Island. The industry destroys the natural landscape causing severe water shortages, pollutes natu...
Freshwater resources are owned by the state where they reside. Using large volumes of freshwater daily is overseen by state officials, Florida in this case. State issued permits are required to pump l...
Florida‘s phosphate industry officials state mitigating severe landscape disturbances and new land reclamation policies will construct the once strip mined landscape for “beneficial use&rd...
West Central Florida is where phosphate industry and local government officials are continuing to litigate in Florida courts. Industry officials are in court because of denied strip mining permits by ...

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