FPL this week unveiled a sweeping plan to deal with an underground plume of salt water caused by the cooling canal system at Turkey Point. Miami-Dade County is reviewing the plan.
FPL this week unveiled a sweeping plan to deal with an underground plume of salt water caused by the cooling canal system at Turkey Point. Miami-Dade County is reviewing the plan. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
FPL this week unveiled a sweeping plan to deal with an underground plume of salt water caused by the cooling canal system at Turkey Point. Miami-Dade County is reviewing the plan. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

FPL’s Turkey Point canal cleanup plan faces county review

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