Polluted waters become developers' do...

Polluted waters become developers' dollars

There are 1 comment on the Orlando Sentinel story from Sep 17, 2006, titled Polluted waters become developers' dollars. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Developers had no interest in Wally Stewart's 30 wooded acres overlooking Lake Apopka just a few years ago.

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Cincinnati, OH

#1 Apr 27, 2008
All could be fine the lake could be used to raise muted reptiles for Hollywood to use in horror films. Lake Apopka would become known worldwild and make Florida famous. Get Er Done

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