Monroe County won its suit against Magnolia 101, a waste separation facility in Key Largo, for its illegal destruction of native vegetaton that was done to expand the business. The company’s owner maintains the violations predate him buying the land in 2008, and he says he’s been working with the county ever since then to come into compliance.
Monroe County won its suit against Magnolia 101, a waste separation facility in Key Largo, for its illegal destruction of native vegetaton that was done to expand the business. The company’s owner maintains the violations predate him buying the land in 2008, and he says he’s been working with the county ever since then to come into compliance. CAMMY CLARK/Monroe County
Monroe County won its suit against Magnolia 101, a waste separation facility in Key Largo, for its illegal destruction of native vegetaton that was done to expand the business. The company’s owner maintains the violations predate him buying the land in 2008, and he says he’s been working with the county ever since then to come into compliance. CAMMY CLARK/Monroe County

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