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State high court: Florida Power & Light can charge consumers for environmental work at Turkey Point plant
The Florida Supreme Court ruled April 25 that it was legal for an electrical utility company to impose fees on customers in order to recover costs for work done to reduce the environmental damage caused by the company’s Turkey Point Power Plant.
The city of West Palm Beach successfully appealed a ruling granting an environmental resource permit for a road extension near the Grassy Waters Preserve.
CORAL GABLES – Citizens Against Rail Expansion in Florida (CARE FL) voiced its support for Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties in their challenge of environmental permits issued in connection with All Aboard Florida’s Miami-to-Orlando railway project.
WEST PALM BEACH – When Lisa Interlandi, a lawyer with the nonprofit Everglades Law Center, requested the email list of the South Florida Water Management District, the latter alerted its customers to the fact, using an email subject of “Your Privacy.”