About 14-square miles of artificial lakes created by rock mining and expected to grow to 22-square miles straddle Miami-Dade County’s largest wellfield. County officials say the lakes increase the risk of contamination to groundwater.
About 14-square miles of artificial lakes created by rock mining and expected to grow to 22-square miles straddle Miami-Dade County’s largest wellfield. County officials say the lakes increase the risk of contamination to groundwater. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
About 14-square miles of artificial lakes created by rock mining and expected to grow to 22-square miles straddle Miami-Dade County’s largest wellfield. County officials say the lakes increase the risk of contamination to groundwater. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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