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

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Comment from: Beverly Antonio
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 5:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jerilyn Hall
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 5:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: Betty Dickinson
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 5:44 PM
 
 
Comment from: Tara Kerr
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 5:37 PM
 
 
Comment from: Catherine Lowell
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 5:35 PM
 
 
Comment from: Cassie 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 5:35 PM
 
 
Comment from: Victoria Grayland
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 5:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sandra Lane
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 5:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Eve Gordon
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 5:08 PM
 
 
Comment from: Matt Lippincott
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 5:07 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jamie Dampier
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 5:06 PM
 
 
Comment from: Cynda Cleveland
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 5:00 PM
 
 
Comment from: Shemayim Elohim
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 4:53 PM
 
 
Comment from: Angela Smith
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 4:49 PM
 
 
Comment from: Samantha Solomon
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 4:47 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sam MacKenzie
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 4:47 PM
 
 
Comment from: marjorie curci
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 4:46 PM
 
 
Comment from: gisela zech
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 4:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: James Terry
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 4:44 PM
 
 
Comment from: Kathie Takush
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 4:43 PM
 
 
Comment from: Michael Betz
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 4:40 PM
 
 
Comment from: Nancy Bolin
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 4:36 PM
 
 
Comment from: Alethea Putnam
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 4:35 PM
 
 
Comment from: Brian Ferguson
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 4:32 PM
 
 
Comment from: mallory musser
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 4:29 PM
 
 
Comment from: Peter Holcomb
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 4:26 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jacque king
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 4:23 PM
 
 
Comment from: Art Bogie
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 4:15 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jennifer Riker
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 4:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Judy Murphy
The No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound is a no-brainer. Unwillingness to take time and effort to keep our waters clean is no excuse! I have a relative who once had a live-aboard sailboat moored in Bellingham, and he would motor out to deeper water to dump his black water just because it was easier to do so. To date, our region is the only one in the nation that has not designated No Discharge Zones for any waters. Puget Sound has enough problems without a preventable one - it 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. 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. Please establish the Puget Sound No Discharge Zone. Judy Murphy Lacey, Washington
11/21/17 4:08 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jody Gibson
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 4:07 PM
 
 
Comment from: Julie Eitel
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 4:06 PM
 
 
Comment from: Carolyn Boatsman
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 4:05 PM
 
 
Comment from: Faye Pineda
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 4:00 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sharyn Penningnton
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 3:59 PM
 
 
Comment from: julia lakey
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 3:56 PM
 
 
Comment from: Raymond Keeling
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 3:55 PM
 
 
Comment from: Shannon Markley
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 3:53 PM
 
 
Comment from: Scottia Johnston
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 3:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Percy Hilo
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 3:46 PM
 
 
Comment from: Lynn Skibinski
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 3:44 PM
 
 
Comment from: John Dunn
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 3:42 PM
 
 
Comment from: Michael Snow
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 3:36 PM
 
 
Comment from: Heidi Antrim
My family has personally owned boats my entire life and we use them regularly. And my whole life I've watched as we expell waste into the water. Ever since I was young I've found it absolutely disgusting, completely disrespectful, and a horrible mistreatment of the beautiful waters we are priviliged enough to have access to. I thoroughly believe it is our duty to preserve these waters. Not only for our current and future use, but for the health of our environment and the other species that live there. This is not something we can just push out of our minds. This is something that needs to be resolved and put an end to immediately. I seriously implore that the Puget Sound be declared a No Discharge Zone as soon as possible. I have grown up loving the waters around Washington but I now refuse to step a foot in them because of the contaminants I see dumped into them on a daily basis. Please, for us and the future, make the Puget Sound a No Discharge Zone! Thank you
11/21/17 3:36 PM
 
 
Comment from: Angela Evans
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 3:33 PM
 
 
Comment from: Toni Howard
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 3:32 PM
 
 
Comment from: Peter Dachs
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11/21/17 3:28 PM
 
 
Comment from: Michelle Hays
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 3:27 PM
 
 
Comment from: John Bremer
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 3:23 PM
 
 
Comment from: Susan Lloyd
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 3:22 PM
 
 
Comment from: Carol Ohlendorf
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 3:21 PM
 
 
Comment from: ernest boyd
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 3:16 PM
 
 
Comment from: Jon McLees
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 3:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sharon Chamberlain
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 3:14 PM
 
 
Comment from: Darlin' Boudreau
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 3:10 PM
 
 
Comment from: Curtis Cawley
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 3:06 PM
 
 
Comment from: Bob Schuessler
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 3:02 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mary Sprague
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 2:58 PM
 
 
Comment from: Susan Harris
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 2:57 PM
 
 
Comment from: Glen Deardorff
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 2:57 PM
 
 
Comment from: teresa dix
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 2:56 PM
 
 
Comment from: Anne Ross
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 2:55 PM
 
 
Comment from: Debbie Spear
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 2:53 PM
 
 
Comment from: emily mancinelli
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 2:50 PM
 
 
Comment from: Dorothy Knudson
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 2:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Carolyn Treadway
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 2:47 PM
 
 
Comment from: Danielle Rowland
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 2:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: Roberta starne
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 2:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: Frank Turner
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 2:44 PM
 
 
Comment from: Chris Nolasco
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 2:41 PM
 
 
Comment from: mardi gleason
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 2:39 PM
 
 
Comment from: kristen adamson
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 2:36 PM
 
 
Comment from: Eileen McCabe
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 2:32 PM
 
 
Comment from: Rachel Rogge
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 2:31 PM
 
 
Comment from: Hugh McMillan
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 2:29 PM
 
 
Comment from: Lawrence Tetenbaum
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 2:28 PM
 
 
Comment from: Steve Hersch
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 2:27 PM
 
 
Comment from: Karol Rice
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 2:26 PM
 
 
Comment from: David Arntson
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11/21/17 2:26 PM
 
 
Comment from: Carolyn DeFord-Eden
Thank you for your thorough and careful evaluation of the need to designate Puget Sound as a No Discharge Zone. The Federal Government has an obligation to maintain fishing rights for native peoples under Article 3 of the Treaty of Medicine Creek of 1854. I urge you to consider the dumping of human waste in treaty waters a violation of treaty rights, human rights and the environmental protections promised in the Endangered Species act and the Clean Water Act. It would be shameful if Puget Sound didn't join the 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 and plead wtih you to also review and evaluate the impacts of expanded industry, fossil fuel and cumulative of the pollution released by these industries. This simple and common sense approach will protect public health, keep our waters clean, protect sensitive marine waters, and support important shellfish harvesting areas. I, along with many residents and users of Puget Sound, strongly support establishing a No Discharge Zone for Puget Sound and federal oversight of hazardous industry inregards to the cummulative impacts of pullution on the water, community, and sealife.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 2:25 PM
 
 
Comment from: Laura Shearer
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 2:21 PM
 
 
Comment from: Michael Caboose
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 2:10 PM
 
 
Comment from: Charlotte Sutherland
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 2:08 PM
 
 
Comment from: Eileen Correia
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 2:05 PM
 
 
Comment from: Julia Larsen
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 2:00 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ellen McKinley
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 1:58 PM
 
 
Comment from: ken Mincin
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 1:53 PM
 
 
Comment from: Pamela Bendix
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 1:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Sandra Smith
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 1:48 PM
 
 
Comment from: Mary Onufer
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 1:47 PM
 
 
Comment from: Alice Speers
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 1:45 PM
 
 
Comment from: Margaret Graham
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 1:44 PM
 
 
Comment from: Lisa Mazzola
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 1:42 PM
 
 
Comment from: Bobbi Boyd
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 1:41 PM
 
 
Comment from: Judy Jensen
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 1:38 PM
 
 
Comment from: Carolyn Hayek
As a former member of the WA State Ecological Commission, I 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 1:38 PM
 
 
Comment from: Douglas Dyakon
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 1:37 PM
 
 
Comment from: Ronald Snell
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 1:37 PM
 
 
Comment from: L bowman
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 1:35 PM
 
 
Comment from: Donna Chatel
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 1:35 PM
 
 

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