A recent campaign by the town of Bluffton was to get the word out that residents don't have to live on the May River to affect the water quality. In this file photo taken in 2007, the neighborhoods along Buckwalter Parkway as seen snaking through the woodline on left ' including the Bluffton School Complex ' are all part of the May River watershed.
A recent campaign by the town of Bluffton was to get the word out that residents don't have to live on the May River to affect the water quality. In this file photo taken in 2007, the neighborhoods along Buckwalter Parkway as seen snaking through the woodline on left ' including the Bluffton School Complex ' are all part of the May River watershed. File, The Island Packet
A recent campaign by the town of Bluffton was to get the word out that residents don't have to live on the May River to affect the water quality. In this file photo taken in 2007, the neighborhoods along Buckwalter Parkway as seen snaking through the woodline on left ' including the Bluffton School Complex ' are all part of the May River watershed. File, The Island Packet

Bluffton adopts May River action plan

November 09, 2011 10:00 PM

UPDATED November 09, 2011 10:50 PM

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