Three new model homes in Saratoga Springs SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah, March 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Richmond American Homes of Utah, Inc., a subsidiary of M.D.C. Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is debuting three brand-new model homes at its Wildflower community in Saratoga Springs
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· While that underwater pickup took 24 hours to complete, divers in Florida-who traveled from as far as Europe and South America to participate-exceeded the record in just two hours total. impressive as it is, however, the real reward is a cleaner, safer environment for us and all marine life.
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The scale of South Florida’s looming catastrophe-$69 billion worth of property is at risk of flooding in less than 15 years-is playing out like a big-budget disaster movie, but dealing with it.
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Miami is racing against time to keep up with sea-level rise. The ground under the cities of South Florida is largely porous limestone, which means water will eventually rise up through it. The cities are taking flood-control measures like installing pumps, raising roads, and restoring wetlands.
That region is from Tampa Bay north through the western half of peninsular Florida into the panhandle to the Chipola River. Such formations also extend out into what is today the floor of the Gulf of Mexico, but was then dry land. It is this limestone region of Florida that drew the Paleoindians.
Still, other places in Southwest Florida remain underwater. Quinn and Dean streets in Bonita Springs were flooded when the imperial river overflowed, sending muck and sludge into homes.