JEA wants to redevelop St. Johns River Power Park site in Jacksonville

Faye Kyzer

The detonation teams have done the spectacular work of demolishing the St. Johns River Power Park. It’s just clean-up time now at the sprawling site where convoys of dump trucks haul away mangled metal remnants of the old coal-fired plant. Each dump truck load gets JEA closer to turning 1,200 acres back into a blank canvas for […]

The detonation teams have done the spectacular work of demolishing the St. Johns River Power Park. It’s just clean-up time now at the sprawling site where convoys of dump trucks haul away mangled metal remnants of the old coal-fired plant.

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