The Ledger: BS Ranch & Farm, the embattled soil-manufacturing business in East Lakeland that’s under fire for odor issues, has not violated Polk County’s codes and the county can’t shut it down, a special magistrate ruled Wednesday.
Your Observer: It’s hardly a new phenomenon — in fact, it’s been around for thousands of years — but Siesta Key residents fear red tide blooms are getting worse.
Politico: At the root of the lobbyists’ fear was the mistaken idea that the program was being zeroed out. But the misunderstanding and panicked text messages show how important the program is to agricultural corporations and their lobbyists.
North Escambia: The money will also be used for installation and materials for the installation of a new meter at the prison, and $7,000 for a booster pump that would supply water to the Century Correctional Institution from the town’s two other wells in the event o
WMFE: A ranch’s request for an additional million gallons of water a day near Silver Springs outside of Ocala is at the heart of an administrative hearing Thursday.