May 27, 2020

Thursday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/10/2019

› Guides, chamber object to water-entry fee
A regulatory squall over boating fees imposed in Florida Bay waters of Everglades National Park has not abated.

› Commentary: Bad deal by Groveland jeopardizes water supply
This is a tale about what bad public management looks like — not to mention what it costs — when a community wants something so badly that it goes outside the bounds of good judgment to get it.

› Palm Beach Gardens OKs $43 million indoor rec facility The new facility, which still requires county approval, will be built at The Gardens North County District Park. 

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