Miami-Dade County environmental regulators say they will likely cite Florida Power & Light for again violating local water laws after tests showed canal water had leaked into Biscayne Bay, depositing high amounts of ammonia and phosphorus.
Miami-Dade County environmental regulators say they will likely cite Florida Power & Light for again violating local water laws after tests showed canal water had leaked into Biscayne Bay, depositing high amounts of ammonia and phosphorus. MARICE COHN BAND MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Miami-Dade County environmental regulators say they will likely cite Florida Power & Light for again violating local water laws after tests showed canal water had leaked into Biscayne Bay, depositing high amounts of ammonia and phosphorus. MARICE COHN BAND MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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