The $374 million Port Everglades dredging has been put on hold while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reworks an assessment of potential environmental damage caused by deepening the channel to 50 feet.
The $374 million Port Everglades dredging has been put on hold while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reworks an assessment of potential environmental damage caused by deepening the channel to 50 feet. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
The $374 million Port Everglades dredging has been put on hold while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reworks an assessment of potential environmental damage caused by deepening the channel to 50 feet. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Port Everglades dredging on hold while Corps reworks environmental study

January 24, 2017 2:31 PM

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