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Your Property Rights Are Under Attack

Updated: Mar 22

Miami Dade County's DERM department drafted an Interim Site Assessment Guidance Document that unfairly targets agricultural lands, assuming without evidence that they are polluted, and imposes on them heavy-handed environmental testing protocols. It creates an unnecessary burden on owners of current/former agricultural lands that is duplicative, expensive and has little or no additional benefit to the health and safety of the public and the environment. Please either sign the pdf. below and fax to: 305-245-9170, or focus on the QR code/click on the link to fill out the online petition on Change.org



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