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Homeless Children’s Foundation and Youth Sailing Foundation partnership provides transportation to summer camps

NEWS RELEASE

This summer at 6:30 AM each weekday, a 25-passenger bus and a 15-passenger van depart the Youth Sailing Foundation facility at the city’s Waste Water Treatment Plant to pick up homeless children from locations scattered all over Indian River County.   483 more words

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VNA joins list of United Way funded partners

NEWS RELEASE

The Visiting Nurse Association of the Treasure Coast (VNA) is pleased to announce that as of July 13, 2018 the United Way of Indian River County will begin funding the VNA’s Telehealth: Chronic Disease Management program in the amount of $60,000 spread over two years. 473 more words

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Indian River County School Board Elections

Editor’s Note: The following news release from the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce includes interviews/responses with all candidates for the upcoming school board election. No incumbents are running for reelection so this is an opportunity to review the backgrounds and qualifications of each candidate. 205 more words

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Is a marina resort in Vero Beach's future?

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article was first published in 2013.  As the City moves forward with the sale of Vero Electric, at least some of the Council’s attention will likely turn how to best make use of the riverfront property now occupied by the decommissioned power plant. 815 more words

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This was the future we were told we need not worry about - but here it is

GUEST COMMENTARY

“This was the future we were told we need not worry about – that development and growth would be needed after the sale to FPL.” 581 more words

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Press Journal Columnist: Decision on how to use public lands should rest with the public

LARRY REISMAN/PRESS-JOURNAL-TCPALM.COM

“History tells me not to trust five council members when it comes to buying or selling key chunks of property where development will affect the quality of life Vero Beach residents have worked generations to build.” … 50 more words

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Current Council's assault on the City Charter is unbelievable!

GUEST COMMENTARY

Editor’s note: Richard Winger is a former three-term member of the Vero Beach City Council, and former mayor of the City.

“The proposal is for you to give up your voice in the use of the land and approve a blind open-ended referendum and let Council decide for you.” 1,339 more words

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