The South Florida Water Management District, which oversees flood control and water use in 16 counties as well as overseeing the state’s work on Everglades restoration, has called another meeting on July 31 to consider next year’s tax rate.
The South Florida Water Management District, which oversees flood control and water use in 16 counties as well as overseeing the state’s work on Everglades restoration, has called another meeting on July 31 to consider next year’s tax rate. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
The South Florida Water Management District, which oversees flood control and water use in 16 counties as well as overseeing the state’s work on Everglades restoration, has called another meeting on July 31 to consider next year’s tax rate. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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