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Treatment rids Cabot Canal in Cape Coral of blue-green algae | WINK
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 13, 2018

Treatment rids Cabot Canal in Cape Coral of blue-green algae. However, nearby canals were also clear of algae near the same time. Did it make a difference?... Full Article

Water woes impact home sales for October | WPTV
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 14, 2018

The end of our water woes at least for this year it seems is finally here. ... Full Article

Pinellas hotels report 6 percent dip in room sales since Red Tide hit | Tampa Bay Times
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 14, 2018

Pinellas County is still on track to break its bed-tax collection record, even though Red Tide has showed little sign of letting up. ... Full Article

Miklos re-elected water board chairman | Daytona Beach News-Journal
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 14, 2018

John Miklos, the controversial chairman of the St. Johns River Water Management District's governing board, has been re-elected to serve in the same position for another year.At the district's board meeting Tuesday in Palatka, the board agreed to maintain its current slate of officers, including Mik... Full Article

Fee added to purchases made at Walmart in new Durbin Park shopping center | Action News Jax
Wastewater
Published: November 10, 2018

A new development in St. Johns County promises to bring more shopping options, but there is a price to pay. ... Full Article

Why won’t red tide go away? After Hurricane Michael, toxic algae has again spread | Bradenton Herald
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 10, 2018

The toxic tide had mostly eased along the west coast and appeared in medium and low amounts on the Atlantic Coast, but after Hurricane Michael churned across the Gulf of Mexico it has again grown steadily worse.... Full Article

City may shut off water to mobile home park | Crescent-News
Wastewater
Published: November 09, 2018

Defiance city officials are threatening to shut off water service to a northside mobile home park if the owner doesn’t pay a delinquent water and sewer bill within a month.... Full Article

City urges water conservation after main break | Herald-Times
Drinking Water
Published: November 09, 2018

Bloomington officials are asking people to conserve water over the weekend following Thursday night’s water main break at 17th and Jackson streets on the city’s northwest side.... Full Article

Start of stone crab season in Cortez is worst in recent memory | Herald Tribune
Environmental Restoration
Published: November 10, 2018

For Cortez Stone Crab & Music Festival, fishermen had to go as far north as Crystal River for their catch ... Full Article

Work Begins This Week On $1.3 Million Carver Park Drainage Project | North Escambia
Drainage/Stormwater
Published: November 11, 2018

Work Begins This Week On $1.3 Million Carver Park Drainage Project Work is set to begin this week on a drainage project in the Carver Park area. The area between Washington, Ransom, Booker, Webb, Lincoln and Louis streets will close intermittently for the installation of a new drainage s... Full Article