No New Oil Drilling Off Florida's Shores
The oil didn't come here but the calamity did. New restrictions were announced Wednesday afternoon banning any new oil drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Cedar Key mayor Pat O'Neal said despite oil gushing into the waters for three months the island community saw none of it but that tourism declined.
"We are slowly getting better but it's too slow for a lot of people and it really is. I mean there are some people on the ragged edge," said O'Neal.
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