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Topic - Machel Donegan
During a recent visit to the cove, the chief of the local Portland Environment Protection Association, Machel Donegan, said the area is a "very special, unique place so development on it should not be allowed."
"Some say the unique color of the lagoon is protected by vegetation. So if we lose the surrounding greenery, what will be left? We may find out, because the [politicians] are only moved by what the local population wants, and that is jobs," Mr. Donegan said.