TALLAHASSEE — Millions of voter-approved dollars would go annually for beach restoration, the St. Johns River and a boost to the state’s natural springs, under measures that would continue to divide up a pool of environmental preservation money.The Senate Environmental Preservation and Conservation Committee on Monday unanimously approved a pair of bills for the 2018 legislative session that would require at least $50 million a year go to beach nourishment and inlet-management […]

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