4 Language and national origin, 2.1 1900s to 1930s: the Magic City, WBRY is Barry University's student-run campus radio station and is broadcast on 1640 AM Student DJs play "all kinds of music from hip hop to classic rock classical music to inner city blues." Other programming includes sports shows talk shows and daily news. Miami Intermodal Center, Contents (Broward County) 1,623,018 1,748,066 1,951,260 +11.62% Florida International University (public) Restoration At the end of the third quarter of 2008 Florida had the highest mortgage delinquency rate in the U.S. with 7.8% of mortgages delinquent at least 60 days a 2009 list of national housing markets that were hard hit in the real estate crash included a disproportionate number in Florida the early 21st-century building boom left Florida with 300,000 vacant homes in 2009 according to state figures in 2009 the US Census Bureau estimated that Floridians spent an average 49.1% of personal income on housing-related costs the third highest percentage in the U.S. ; Overview Area Geology In 1999 an evaluation of the C&SF was submitted to Congress as part of the Water Development Act of 1992 the seven-year report called the "Restudy" cited indicators of harm to the ecosystem: a 50 percent reduction in the original Everglades diminished water storage harmful timing of water releases from canals and pumping stations an 85 to 90 percent decrease in wading bird populations over the past 50 years and the decline of output from commercial fisheries Bodies of water including Lake Okeechobee the Caloosahatchee River St Lucie estuary Lake Worth Lagoon Biscayne Bay Florida Bay and the Everglades reflected drastic water level changes hypersalinity and dramatic changes in marine and freshwater ecosystems the Restudy noted the overall decline in water quality over the past 50 years was due to loss of wetlands that act as filters for polluted water it predicted that without intervention the entire South Florida ecosystem would deteriorate Water shortages would become common and some cities would have annual water restrictions, Miami MIA Miami International Airport Large Hub 20,709,225. Jacksonville JAX Jacksonville International Airport Medium Hub 2,701,861, Miami Campus Many pets have escaped or been released into the Everglades from the surrounding urban areas Some find the conditions quite favorable and have established self-sustaining populations competing for food and space with native animals Many tropical fish have been released but blue tilapias (Oreochromis aureus) cause damage to shallow waterways by creating large nests and consuming aquatic plants that protect native young fish, SR 924 Slavery war and disenfranchisement.
In 1766 Samuel Touchett received a land grant from the British government of 20,000 acres (81 km2) in the Miami area the grant was surveyed by Bernard Romans in 1772 a condition for making the grant permanent was that at least one white settler had to live on the grant for every 100 acres (0.4 km2) of land While Touchett wanted to place a plantation on the grant he was having financial problems and was never able to develop it. Invasive species Population percent change 2000 to 2010 +10.2% +10.8% +17.6%. . 4 Culture Sargassum fish (Histrio histrio), 2010 47.7% 2,557,785 48.9% 2,619,335, Palm Beach Shores!