Gabrielle Wellman and Semena Curlik responded to concerns raised by members of the public regarding enforcement of the ordinances and what type of materials fall into the categories of toxic pesticides and unencapsulated polystyrene.
Lobster buoys were a recurring topic of discussion and concern, with Blue Hill resident John Herrick pointing out that the most common types of buoys produced by the company SpongeX are made of a material that degrades less easily in contact with water.
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