Florida Keys News
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Everglades plan would cost more than $1 billion
When done, 65 billion gallons of fresh water would flow into salty Florida Bay

Federal and state officials are close to settling upon a $1 billion-plus plan they hope will speed up Everglades restoration and bring more water, sooner, to the southern Everglades, including Everglades National Park.

"This is about restoring conditions north of Tamiami Trail and within the park and in Florida Bay," said Kim Taplin, chief of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...

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