Miami-Dade County encompasses more than 2,000 square miles, with one-third of their community located in Everglades National Park. It’s also home to some of the most beautiful areas in Florida, such as Biscayne Bay National Park and Southern District Communities, with their lush landscaping that features palm trees on paved roadsides or alongside their canals. Like many metropolitan cities in the United States, the protection of critical infrastructure is of the utmost importance for safety and the continuity of our way of life. Electricity (Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station), transportation networks (Miami International Airport), drinking water (South and North District Wastewater Treatment Plants), and many other critical infrastructure services are increasingly at risk against natural disasters and terrorist activities.
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