The Force Driving Development in Fla. Panhandle It's Florida's last frontier: the largely undeveloped panhandle region of beaches, pine forests and wetlands. But a powerful real-estate company is working on plans to develop much of its roughly 800,000 acres, raising environmental concerns in what's sometimes called Florida's "Forgotten Coast."
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The Force Driving Development in Fla. Panhandle

A Florida company's plan to develop land in the panhandle is raising environmental worries.

Fla. Company Plans to Develop Thousands of Acres

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Fla. Developer Has 800,000 Acres and Political Clout

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Developer A Key Player in Florida Airport Fight

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