Developer Challenges Miami's Restrictions On Mining Property

Law360, Miami (May 3, 2013, 9:30 PM EDT) -- A development company on Tuesday challenged Miami-Dade County's enforcement of a water protection ordinance that the company says has been used to unnecessarily restrict mining and other industrial operations on its property.

In a suit filed in Florida's Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court, Kendall Properties and Investments said the way the well field ordinance — which has not been updated since 1989 — is being applied has no scientific basis, is overly cautious and unfairly limits the use of the company's 1,920-acre plot in western Miami-Dade County....
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