Subj: BC Florida Water News – May 1, 2009
saltwater-purifying facility from quenching residents’ water needs.
And Westshore developer Al Austin, although he used more water last year than nearly everyone across the Tampa Bay area, says he’s not an abuser, that he’s operating within the rules and trying to keep his property in respectable shape.
Here are a few of the other stories making news across the state:
Crist’s U.S. Sugar buyout withstands a Senate assault
Funding for Florida Forever land program may end
Davenport’s old water tower poses a problem
Water main break closes Central Florida parkway
Volunteers needed Saturday to help make oyster beds in Stuart
Plenty of news from around the world, updated twice daily.
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