NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 16, 1976
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(Studio) Army Corps of Engineers say developer can't build homes and dredge waterways on Marco Island in Florida. Spokesperson says wetlands must be preserved.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Marco Island, Florida) Decision will keep 2000 acres from being covered over with sand. Environmentalists wanted land preserved. Deltona Corporation may lose millions. President corp., Frank Mackle, appalled at decision. Corps allows Deltona to finish development of 1 tract.
REPORTER: Fred Francis
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