Rulemaking - Chapter 173-228 WAC. Vessel Sewage No Discharge Zone. Formal Public Comment Period

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Comment from: Rebecca Glass
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/22/17 12:49 AM
 
 
Comment from: Penny Derleth
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/22/17 12:14 AM
 
 
Comment from: Bryan Goodrich
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/22/17 12:13 AM
 
 
Comment from: Shama Alexander
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sharon McCluskey
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mary Combs
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:41 PM
 
 
Comment from: Joyce Grajczyk
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:38 PM
 
 
Comment from: June Chaus
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:38 PM
 
 
Comment from: Peg Nielsen
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:24 PM
 
 
Comment from: Vicky Matsui
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 11:19 PM
 
 
Comment from: Chris Tauson
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:58 PM
 
 
Comment from: Nathan Tallar
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:52 PM
 
 
Comment from: Kari kuipers
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: JOANNE KELLY
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:49 PM
 
 
Comment from: Linda Cohan
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Cheryldene Phillips
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:37 PM
 
 
Comment from: Kathleen Wheeler
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:36 PM
 
 
Comment from: Kathlene Croasdale
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:34 PM
 
 
Comment from: Linda Felver
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:29 PM
 
 
Comment from: Lizbeth Dewitt
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:24 PM
 
 
Comment from: Rory Ranta
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:23 PM
 
 
Comment from: D Hay
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:20 PM
 
 
Comment from: Cindy Tufford
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:19 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jennifer Vollmer
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:18 PM
 
 
Comment from: myra Davis
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:10 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jordan Kelso
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:09 PM
 
 
Comment from: VIRGINIA RAMEY
FIX THIS WEBSITE SO THAT WRITERS DO NOT CONTINUE TO LOSE WHAT THEY'RE WRITING! ! No, I DON'T WANT POOP IN OUR PUGET SOUND WATERS, BUT I'VE GIVEN UP FINISHING MY LETTER, AS IT KEEPS DISAPPEARING BEFORE MY EYES. THIS IS MY 3RD TRY!11. I GIVE UP! Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:08 PM
 
 
Comment from: Nick Barcott
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:05 PM
 
 
Comment from: Phillip Bernhardt-House
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 10:01 PM
 
 
Comment from: William Justis
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:56 PM
 
 
Comment from: Wadane Ragland
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:55 PM
 
 
Comment from: Peggy File
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:53 PM
 
 
Comment from: Toni schwellinger
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Lascinda Goetschius
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Wayne Neill
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Denee Scribner
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Stephen Bailey
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:31 PM
 
 
Comment from: Tina Brown
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:31 PM
 
 
Comment from: Bill Ostrander
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:24 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jean Pauley
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:16 PM
 
 
Comment from: Rev. Wahlmeier
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:16 PM
 
 
Comment from: Patricia Lenzen
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:15 PM
 
 
Comment from: Cheryl Speer
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:15 PM
 
 
Comment from: Anne Lester
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Karen Berger
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:04 PM
 
 
Comment from: David Cramton
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 9:02 PM
 
 
Comment from: Susan Ring
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:59 PM
 
 
Comment from: Florin Milea
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:58 PM
 
 
Comment from: Keiko M.
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:54 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mara Price
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:54 PM
 
 
Comment from: Phyllis woods
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:52 PM
 
 
Comment from: John Corso
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sheryl Sparling
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Alice Owen
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:47 PM
 
 
Comment from: Faye Bartlett
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: Nancy Israel
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:44 PM
 
 
Comment from: John Martin
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:41 PM
 
 
Comment from: Emily Sanford
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:40 PM
 
 
Comment from: Janette Cunningham
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:38 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jody MallariSingh
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:34 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ruth Hooper
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:31 PM
 
 
Comment from: Amanda Ward
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:30 PM
 
 
Comment from: Matthew Evinger
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:23 PM
 
 
Comment from: John Stoltenberg
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:20 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mary Shackelford
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:18 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mary Wilkins
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 8:11 PM
 
 
Comment from: Amy Cramer
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:52 PM
 
 
Comment from: Donetta Chafee
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:49 PM
 
 
Comment from: Edward Kaeufer
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:49 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mary Jeffrey
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:40 PM
 
 
Comment from: Joanne Frank
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Human waste does not belong in the Puget Sound. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:39 PM
 
 
Comment from: clifford cuellar
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:36 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sari Schneider
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:31 PM
 
 
Comment from: Maureen O'Neal
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:25 PM
 
 
Comment from: Maureen O'Neal
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:25 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sada Showell
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:23 PM
 
 
Comment from: Aisha Farhoud
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:22 PM
 
 
Comment from: Paul Eisenberg
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sharon Fetter
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:06 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ruth Tooley
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 7:03 PM
 
 
Comment from: Susan Davidson
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:51 PM
 
 
Comment from: John Wienert
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Diane Moan
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: phil letourneau
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jonathan Melusky
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:47 PM
 
 
Comment from: Marian Wineman
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:41 PM
 
 
Comment from: Linda Kolakosky
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:38 PM
 
 
Comment from: Cheryl Stumbo
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:23 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ashley Davis
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:22 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ann Clarkson
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:17 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jini fisher
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ellen Atkinson
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:10 PM
 
 
Comment from: Nikolaus Lequin
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:06 PM
 
 
Comment from: Melissa Thirloway
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:05 PM
 
 
Comment from: Dr. Schneider
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:03 PM
 
 
Comment from: r. butler
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zone for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple, logical and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called Blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pump-out facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that do not have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:01 PM
 
 
Comment from: Carolyn Yabui
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 6:00 PM
 
 
Comment from: rose fanger
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 5:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Natalie Van Leekwijck
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 5:49 PM
 
 
Comment from: Alexa Sooter
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. Puget Sound should join 90 other iconic waterways across the United States as a No Discharge Zone. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound, a national treasure, needs this type of protection. I fully support Department of Ecologys determination and proposal to establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. Fortunately, over 97% o boaters already do the right thing they have holding tanks onboard to store sewage (also called blackwater), then pump it out using any one of the 100 designated pumpout facilities that are available throughout the Puget Sound. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound. The maritime community values Puget Sound and I am confident that the remaining vessels that dont have proper holding tanks onboard will step up to do their part to keep our waters clean. Again, thank you for your hard work. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone.
11/21/17 5:46 PM
 
 

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