All the bridges in Kingdom Come won't make a difference. Until the bureaucratic dysfunction ends -- and don't hold your breath -- there will be no water flowing south through the central Everglades and into thirsty Everglades National Park.
Founded in 1923, our company’s tree farm was one of the first 50 to open in Florida. Back then, we harvested timber to build wire-bound wood crates, which carried Florida’s fresh citrus to grocers and community markets in the Southeast.
How is it Bill Nelson comes to Martin County with empty pockets and empty promises and gets a hero's welcome, but Gov. Rick Scott flies in with $40 million to help solve the polluted St. Lucie Estuary and Indian River Lagoon (added to the $20 million from last year) and he virtually gets mooned by the local press?