Jones' Pier along The Jungle Trail on the Indian River Lagoon, Indian River County, FL. On December 10, 2016 a resident of Sea Oaks in Indian River County (IRC) wrote to a friend, copying Commissioners Bob Solari and Joe Flescher, expressing concern about the future of the Jones' property along the Jungle Trail. The … Continue reading What’s Up With the Jones’ Pier and Natural Land on the Historical Jungle Trail, Indian River County, FL?
On December 27, 2017 http://www.verocommunique.com published an article entitled "Fifth Generation (5G) Wireless Technologies with Higher Wave Frequencies Will Be Coming to Vero Beach, FL." This article focused on the deployment of 5G wireless technologies from a legislative standpoint, particularly with regard to the the State of Florida and Vero Beach. https://verocommunique.com/2017/12/27/fifth-generation-wireless-technologies-with-higher-wave-frequencies-will-be-coming-to-vero-beach/ In this subsequent … Continue reading Cellphone Radiation Coming to Vero Beach and all of Florida Linked to Cancer in Major Rat Study.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=16&v=yHSy3eXUYKA 5G (5th Generation) Deployment and the Internet of Things. According to whatis5g.info "5G refers to the '5th generation' wireless technology. Its intended purpose is to provide faster and higher capacity data transmissions to carry the massive amount of data that will be generated from the Internet of Things (IoT) and for faster video streaming. … Continue reading Fifth Generation Wireless Technologies with Higher Wave Frequencies Will Be Coming to Vero Beach.
One definition of the word “mania” is “excessive or unreasonable enthusiasm.” I can think of no better word to describe America’s apparent love of anything bottled in plastic, but in particular, bottled water. (They also love plastic grocery bags.) See: https://verocommunique.com/2017/08/01/save-the-sea-go-plastic-free/ In 2015, Americans bought the equivalent of 1.7 billion half-liter bottles of water every … Continue reading Bottled-Water Mania*
Thousands of low-income families throughout the Treasure Coast are without food due to power outages in the area. To meet the needs of the community and continue to help vulnerable families, United Against Poverty’s Product Partners have committed, for immediate delivery, 25 truckloads of food to provide relief. Each truckload can feed 1,200 families. “Many … Continue reading A Hand UP for Hurricane Irma Survivors
ON AUGUST 31, 2017 THE INDIAN RIVER COUNTY SOUTH BEACH PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION (SBPOA) IS CELEBRATING THEIR SILVER JUBILEE BY INVITING YOU TO THEIR EMINENT SPEAKERS FORUM. The South Beach Property Owners Association (SBPOA) does everything it can to protect the interests of its over 2,609 property owners. The South Beach extends from the 17th … Continue reading This is Your Invitation to Attend an August 31, 2017 Eminent Speakers Forum about Indian River County FL’s South Beach, Lagoon and Barrier Island.
INSPIRED BY CORAL GABLES, FL BECOMING THE FIRST CITY IN FLORIDA TO BAN THE USE OF SINGLE-USE CARRY OUT PLASTIC BAGS BY RETAILERS AND AT CITY SPECIAL EVENTS, MEGAN HOOTS, IS STARTING A MOVEMENT TO BAN PLASTIC BAGS IN VERO BEACH, FL'S 32960 AND 32963 ZIP CODES. Megan Hoots is Chairman of the Florida Young Democrats … Continue reading “Save the Sea, Go Plastic Free.”