Portions of Virginia Key are restored and cleaner thanks to a local partnership between Comcast, Citizens for a Better South Florida, the City of Miami Parks & Recreation Department and the Miami Waterkeeper for the on Saturday, May 4.
The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department demonstrates how they inspect sewer lines using a remote camera. Aroldo Hernandez supervises maintenance for Miami-Dade's sewage plants, and he predicted a big mess in an email to his boss three months ago. "I have no parts for these pumps," Hernandez wrote to Albert Galambos Jr.
By Sophie Hirsh The herbicide glyphosate has been the subject of some major lawsuits over the past few years. Weed Killer Crisis , a website dedicated to documenting the "unfolding legal and health crisis" surrounding pesticides and herbicides, recently compiled government data on glyphosate and other agricultural chemicals around the country into easy-to-read visuals, to inform the public on pesticide use in their states.
I n the wake of miles-long traffic snarls, bus transportation foul-ups, and loud complaints about noise from the Ultra Music Festival, Miami city officials are bringing the concert's future on Virginia Key up for a discussion this week.