Feature story in the Lifestyle Magazine of The Clubs by JOE
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Safe Water for Walton sets statewide records with Operation Medicine Cabinet!
Non-profits collaborate on unprecedented 'Ground Game'
Water percolates as our No. 1 challenge
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In September 2017, Walton County Commission adopted a resolution to oppose the proposed “deep injection well” in Jackson County, joining other counties in the Panhandle, as well as the Cities of Freeport, Paxton, and DeFuniak Springs. In March 2018, they recognized the first-ever "Operation Medicine Cabinet" in Walton County, presented by Safe Water for Walton and other partners. From left: Gene Jones, CEO of Southern Waste Information Exchange; Commission Chairman Bill Chapman (back); Commissioners Tony Anderson and Cecilia Jones; Schools Superintendent Russell Hughes; Commissioners Sara Comander and Melanie Nipper; and Safe Water for Walton Board members Kelly Layman and Beth Jackson (not pictured: Board members Steve Hall and Katie Fuentes). Credit: Board of County Commissioners