On Tuesday, the South Florida Water Management District approved a $750 million budget that cuts taxes for the fifth year in a row. After the board flipflopped on a tax cut, district’s director and his chief of staff resigned.
On Tuesday, the South Florida Water Management District approved a $750 million budget that cuts taxes for the fifth year in a row. After the board flipflopped on a tax cut, district’s director and his chief of staff resigned. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald Staff
On Tuesday, the South Florida Water Management District approved a $750 million budget that cuts taxes for the fifth year in a row. After the board flipflopped on a tax cut, district’s director and his chief of staff resigned. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald Staff

South Florida water managers approve $750 million budget

September 22, 2015 06:48 PM

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