Port Everglades Power Plant

FPL implodes smokestacks at The Cutler Plant in Palmetto Bay.  Source: CBS4

FPL Brings Down Cutler Plant Smokestacks

Florida Power and Light Company demolished two 150-foot-tall smokestacks Saturday morning in Palmetto Bay.

CBS Miami–08/10/2013

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S. Fla. Boaters Warned To Slow Down For Migrating Manatees

South Florida boaters are being reminded to slow down for migrating manatees.

CBS4–11/15/2012

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FPL Gets Go-Ahead For Port Everglades Plant

State regulators Tuesday unanimously approved Florida Power & Light’s proposal to build a nearly $1.2 billion power plant in Broward County, saying it is the best way to meet the utility’s future needs.

CBS4–03/27/2012

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Manatees Seek Warm Water Refuge

South Florida’s cold weather not only has residents and visitors shivering, it has the manatee population seeking warmer water in order to survive.

CBS4–01/04/2012

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New Manatee Rules To Slow Broward Boaters

Beginning this Tuesday boaters in Broward will have to keep it ‘low and slow’ all week long to protect migrating manatees.

CBS4–11/13/2011

Manatees gather in the warm water off near the FPL power plant at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. (CBS4)

Boaters Beware: Manatees On The Move

South Florida boaters are being urged to slow down due to an unusually large number of manatees moving to and from warm-water refuges.

CBS4–12/22/2010

A group of manatees are located in a so-called "hot spot" in the waters near the power plant in Port Everglades. Manatees often seek warmer waters during cold snaps (CBS4)

Manatees Seek Warm Water Refuge

South Florida’s unseasonably cold weather has the manatee population seeking warming water in order to survive.

CBS4–12/14/2010

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