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Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsWe're headed to the peak of tourist season -- Presidents' Day weekend -- and if all the crowds and traffic make you want to scream, then join the club. It's the best of times -- perfect weather, a million events......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsThe Titanic was called unsinkable. It sank. Deep-sea oil drilling was supposed to be spill-proof. It wasn't. Nuclear power is supposed to be disaster-proof. It isn't. So much for believing the assertions of those who want us to feel risky......
Two state agencies are looking into apparent discrepancies over the timing of a private conversation between a public service commissioner, a PSC staff member and a utility attorney in 2008. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is reviewing the...
FloriDUHThe biggest gathering of Florida manatees ever observed survived a deadly cold snap last winter by huddling in warm water discharged from a power plant on the Indian River Lagoon in Brevard County, reports the Orlando Sentinel. The 1960s-era Florida...
Animal Crazy - Orlando SentinelHere's another story for manatee lovers. Colleague Kevin Spear tells us about Florida Power & Light Co.'s work to maintain the manatee haven in the waters around its demolished power plant at the Indian River near Cocoa and Cape Canaveral. FPL is...
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsI could barely make out the headline in my Sun Sentinel on Wednesday, the one that read: "FPL deal keeps base rates steady for 2 years." That's because my kitchen lights were so dim, with the watts struggling to course......
Tags: Tropical Storms
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBy Keith Laing, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Electric rates for the state’s largest power company will remain the same for two years under an agreement between the company and several consumer groups that was unanimously approved...
South Florida Sun-SentinelThomas Saporito, a former Florida Power & Light employee, has filed numerous complaints to federal and state agencies about the utility. The most recent complaint, about FPL submitting inaccurate information to state regulators, apparently caught the...
The Public Service Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to postpone setting Florida utilities' energy conservation goals, criticizing its own staff for not recommending more aggressive conservation standards. The PSC staff's recommendations "seem to...
State regulators will discuss next week whether Florida Power & Light's profits may be higher than allowed, a determination that could lead to a refund for FPL customers. Regulators also will consider a plan to keep FPL's base rates flat through 2012....
Tags: Earnings, Palm Beach County
Five years ago today, Hurricane Wilma ripped across Florida and into the record books as the third costliest storm in U.S. history, and the most damaging hurricane ever to strike Broward and Palm Beach counties. Tens of thousands of South Floridians lost...
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