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Watershed administrator sees how development, environment dovetail

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Posted: Sunday, May 12, 2013 12:01 am

Fred Akers, 63, of Buena Vista Township, is an environmental advocate and watchdog through his administrative role at the Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association, a nonprofit that receives federal funding. For more than a decade, he's been involved in issues related to development, infrastructure and natural resource management in South Jersey. Akers, who was paid $48,000 in 2011 (last tax record available), has also served on various state environmental committees and focus groups and is a current member of both the Atlantic County Utilities Authority and the Buena Vista Township Planning Board.

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