Florida Department of Environmental Protection
The dirt is clean and that’s good news for the international consortium behind the on-going $1 billion Port of Miami tunnel dig.
It’s day two of a prescribed burn in the Everglades. Thirty-one thousand acres of land are being burned in order to decrease the chance of wildfires.
Don’t panic if you see smoke billowing out west over the Everglades. There’s a prescribed burn taking place where 31,000 acres of land will be burned Tuesday and Wednesday.
The dredging project at the Port of Miami may be hitting a roadblock.
Hollywood workers have finally completed repairs on a Taft Street sewer pipeline. On Sunday, clean up crews will focus on the neighborhoods most affected by the spill.
Construction of the new $1 billion Port of Miami tunnel will take a giant leap forward Thursday when boring finally gets underway.
Some environmentalists expressed optimism Friday at a proposal by Gov. Rick Scott aimed at trying to resolve a years-long dispute over restoring the Everglades, despite the state’s assertion that it needs several more years to get the ecosystem clean.
Gov. Rick Scott is wading into an ongoing dispute between the Environmental Protection Agency and some Florida business groups, utilities and local governments.