In January water gushed from pumps on the L-29 canal that runs along the Tamiami Trail. Gov. Rick Scott has asked the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers to increase water flowing through the canal and into Everglades National Park to avoid dumping more Lake Okeechobee water down the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers and to ease flooding in marshes north of the Trail.
In January water gushed from pumps on the L-29 canal that runs along the Tamiami Trail. Gov. Rick Scott has asked the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers to increase water flowing through the canal and into Everglades National Park to avoid dumping more Lake Okeechobee water down the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers and to ease flooding in marshes north of the Trail. Miami Herald Staff Jenny Staletovich
In January water gushed from pumps on the L-29 canal that runs along the Tamiami Trail. Gov. Rick Scott has asked the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers to increase water flowing through the canal and into Everglades National Park to avoid dumping more Lake Okeechobee water down the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers and to ease flooding in marshes north of the Trail. Miami Herald Staff Jenny Staletovich

Scott asks water managers to send more Glades water into soggy Miami-Dade

February 11, 2016 8:31 PM