FPL issue finally getting the attention it deserves


Finally, after months of making a stink about FPL’s plans to build 105 foot transmission lines down the US1 corridor, people are really starting to take notice. Our elected officials seem to finally be getting it, much to the hard work and persistence of Rep. Lopez-Cantera’s office. However, FPL continues to use its immense political and financial clout to strong-arm the general public. They are experts at giving the impression that they care about what their customers’ concerns are, through token ‘public meetings’ and vague letters that hide their true intentions, yet always seem to come out on top. Enough is enough. Please come out to one of the last public meetings on this issue. Representatives from many different agencies will be there and it is time for each and every one of us to be vocal in our opposition of this project. Click here for details.

-Stephen Murray


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