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Florida prevents Solar Powered Fish Farm

David Pressler 03/08/2013 @ 8:37am The Safedome is a transportable 8 ton monolithic concrete dome that makes an ideal grow room adding solar / wind becomes off the grid capable

When DRD Enterprises Inc of Davie bought an 11 acre fish farm in Arcadia, Florida it believed that its rights were protected by the Florida Right to Farm Act and the Aquaculture Policy Act.  When DeSoto County illegally stopped the construction of concrete dome solar power plants Florida failed to enforce both of these laws and allowed the rights of DRD Enterprises to be violated.

When DRD Enterprises filed a complaint with the Florida Office of Inspector General against the Dept of Ag for not enforcing these laws the Dept of AG responded by saying that in fact DRD Enterprises was violating Florida laws!  A request for supporting documents as evidence can not be provided and according to the Florida Office of the Inspector General an agency of Florida can determine a company of breaking the laws of Florida without supporting documentation?  BEWARE of farming in Florida

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