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New SFWMD Director Sits Down with Palm Beach Post Editorial Board
In a meeting with The Palm Beach Post editorial board, Antonacci said Tuesday that attorney-client privilege prevented him from discussing reports that Scott called for Guillory’s ouster after the district’s governing board voted to maintain property taxes at their 2014-2015 level rather than cut the tax rate, as Scott had wanted. 
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FDEP, Water Management Districts Provide More Detail on Springs Project Funding
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Water Management Districts issued a series of press releases outlining the springs protection projects included in this year's budget.
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Clay County Utility Authority Adds Alternative Water Supply Fee
The Clay County Utility Authority added the $1 Alternative Water Supply surcharge to each water bill to offset the costs surrounding saving Northeast Florida’s water supply.
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Marco Island Approves New Water Rates
The new schedule will find large water users paying a higher share of the cost for the utility, while smaller users will pay less.
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Governor Announces Distribution of Over $82 Million for Springs Restoration Projects
Governor Rick Scott announced that the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Florida Water Management Districts have approved 26 springs projects to receive more than $40 million included in the 2015-16 “KEEP FLORIDA WORKING” budget, the highest amount ever provided for Florida’s springs.
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