Army Corps Unveils $4.6 Billion Plan To Protect Miami-Dade From Storm Surge

Army Corps Unveils $4.6 Billion Plan To Protect Miami-Dade From Storm Surge

A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plan to protect Miami-Dade County from hurricane storm surges over the next 50 years with flood gates across rivers, and a mile-long flood wall along its upscale waterfront, could cost nearly $4.6 billion. The tentative plan, which is now open for public comment, is the latest and most fully detailed.


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Army Corps Unveils $4.6 Billion Plan To Protect Miami-Dade From Storm Surge
Army Corps Unveils $4.6 Billion Plan To Protect Miami-Dade From Storm Surge
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