To avoid erecting towering power lines on a vital wetland in Everglades National Park, park officials agreed to trade land on the park’s eastern edge.
To avoid erecting towering power lines on a vital wetland in Everglades National Park, park officials agreed to trade land on the park’s eastern edge. MARK A. DUNCAN AP
To avoid erecting towering power lines on a vital wetland in Everglades National Park, park officials agreed to trade land on the park’s eastern edge. MARK A. DUNCAN AP

Deal could move power lines to edge of Everglades National Park

December 04, 2015 07:14 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2015 07:34 PM

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