The Florida commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday backed the current plan for Everglades restoration, which starts planning for an Everglades reservoir to 2021. The state’s senate president wants to move up work to help end flushing dirty lake water to the coasts, which last year triggered smelly algae blooms and closed beaches.
The Florida commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday backed the current plan for Everglades restoration, which starts planning for an Everglades reservoir to 2021. The state’s senate president wants to move up work to help end flushing dirty lake water to the coasts, which last year triggered smelly algae blooms and closed beaches. Richard Graulich AP
The Florida commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday backed the current plan for Everglades restoration, which starts planning for an Everglades reservoir to 2021. The state’s senate president wants to move up work to help end flushing dirty lake water to the coasts, which last year triggered smelly algae blooms and closed beaches. Richard Graulich AP

Corps backs off on earlier support of speeding up Everglades reservoir

March 14, 2017 5:21 PM