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Hogans Creek Gains an Advocate
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Hogans Creek Gains an Advocate

On Saturday morning at 9am, longtime Downtown, and St Johns river advocate John Noone will be participating in a Hogans Creek Clean up. This clean up will focus on parts of the creek that are east and south of Washington Street. The effort will begin where Beaver Street ends into Hogans creek, at an area that many are now calling Noones landing. 

Mr Noone believes that Hogans creek has a lot of potential as a recreational navigable waterway. Over the last few months, he has been taking dozens of people, including many running in the upcoming city elections, for boat tours of the creek, illustrating the creeks value to a larger downtown plan. 

On a recent Metrojacksonville.com forum posting, Mr Noone said "Hogans Creek launch is an urban waterway that can provide immediate community benefits within the Downtown core. Now!"

If you are interested in Joining Mr Noone this saturday, you can catch up with the effort on facebook, and at Metrojacksonville.com

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