The Three Corners at Indian River Boulevard and 17th Street consist of 1) a non-operational power station, which will eventually be demolished, 2) a wastewater treatment plant across from the Alma Lee Loy 17th Street Bridge, 3) and a former postal property. These three properties are referred to as the "Three Corners." From the Official … Continue reading Centennial Place? Really? Vero Beach, FL.
“It’s real scary for school administrators to say, ‘we’re going to talk about suicide,’” said Peggy Kubert, Director of Education for Erika’s Lighthouse. “We have to begin to de-stigmatize and make it less stressful.” There is no easy answer to the question of what causes young people to take their lives, Kubert noted. A May … Continue reading An Epidemic of Teen Depression. “The Collaborative Effort Will Continue to Reach all Students in our Community.” [Indian River County, FL]
Robert Auwaerter wrote in an inter-office email on July 20, 2019, "If I was Nuveen (who has been reported as to owning over $600 million of their bonds) I would be getting very nervous. If Nuveen starts unloading any of their position the Street will pull away very fast and bond prices will plummet." … Continue reading Virgin Trains: “If I was Nuveen (who has been reported as owning over $600 million of their bonds), I would be getting very nervous.”
Pictured above, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Large System Survey Form for FDEP Sanitary Survey, City of Vero Beach Public Water System. The FDEP survey was conducted February 20 & 21, 2019. It was an above ground survey. Bottom of page one/ 19 pages of inspection sheets. The FDEP report was one of two … Continue reading FDEP Says Vero Beach, FL’s “Water Source…is in Pitiful Condition.”
https://www.youtube.com/embed/FMsV6mMF59g #ILoveYou2020 is a movement, not a fad. Give Hope. Save a Life. Do you or someone you know struggle with mental health issues, loss or grief, situational anxiety, and/or life's everyday trials and tribulations? Chances are, you do. According to Mental Health America, 44 million adults in the U.S. (18%) have been diagnosed … Continue reading Mental Health Association Releases New #ILoveYou2020 Video. [Indian River County, FL]
On July 2, 2019, Nicholas Coppola, MD, CEO of the Mental Health Association of Indian River County, FL (MHA) compassionately addressed the Indian River County (IRC), FL County Commissioners questioning why his organization, advocating for a school violence and suicide prevention program for ten Indian River County schools, received no funding from the Children’s Services … Continue reading Hospital District Wants to Help Fund Student Depression and Suicide Prevention Programs. [Indian River County, FL]
Did you know that on September 11, 2018 the Audit Committee for the School Board of the School District of Indian River County, FL unanimously recommended to the School Board “to put a policy in place to put out an RFP for general council legal services at least every three years…” Suzanne D’Agresta, Esq. of … Continue reading The Data on Legal Fees. [School District of Indian River County, FL.]