Vero Communiqué Welcomes the Indian River County, FL Spanish Speaking Community.

On August 8, 2018 Vero Communiqué published an article about how we think we can provide a service to the Spanish speaking community by periodically providing insight and reporting on key issues. The support we received on our article since then has been overwhelming.  We continue to receive likes and shares on our Vero Communiqué … Continue reading Vero Communiqué Welcomes the Indian River County, FL Spanish Speaking Community.

El comunicado oficial de Vero da la bienvenida al condado indio del río, comunidad de habla hispana del FL.

El 8 de agosto de 2018 el comunicado oficial de Vero publicó un artículo acerca de cómo pensamos que podemos proporcionar un servicio a la comunidad de habla hispana periódicamente proporcionando la penetración y divulgando sobre las cuestiones claves. La ayuda que recibimos en nuestro artículo ha estado abrumando desde entonces. Continuamos recibiendo gustos y … Continue reading El comunicado oficial de Vero da la bienvenida al condado indio del río, comunidad de habla hispana del FL.

Indian River County, FL is Unique in the U.S. for Having its Own “Census Bureau” for Florida Scrub Jays.

While the Decennial U.S. Census figures are based on actual counts of persons dwelling in U.S. residential structures, the Indian River County Conservation Lands Program conducts their own census on actual counts of Florida Scrub Jays dwelling in their own residential territories. Dr. Ron S. Jarmin is performing the non-exclusive functions and duties of the … Continue reading Indian River County, FL is Unique in the U.S. for Having its Own “Census Bureau” for Florida Scrub Jays.

Indian River County, FL Hospital District Trustees Don’t Know How/Where the Indigent People Live.

In the August 9, 2018 edition of Vero Beach 32963, Michelle Genz wrote an article which was entitled “Hospital District grapples with indigent care”.  The entire article was devoted to the District or potential Cleveland Clinic reimbursement for Indian River County indigent care. Except this: In her article, she wrote that “Julianne Price, head of … Continue reading Indian River County, FL Hospital District Trustees Don’t Know How/Where the Indigent People Live.

Race for Indian River County, FL School Board Exhibits “Extremely Nasty Politics”.

  With three open seats for school board, the School District of Indian River County (SDIRC) has a golden opportunity to set the mark for innovation in Indian River County. But why were seven of the nine candidates for school board shut out of a recent event by a mysterious email; denied an opportunity to … Continue reading Race for Indian River County, FL School Board Exhibits “Extremely Nasty Politics”.

Stacey Klim Questions the Tentative School District of Indian River County, FL 2018 – 2019 Budget.

Stacey Klim, Vero Beach, FL Last night, July 31, I spoke at the Special School Board Public Hearing to Adopt the Tentative 2018-2019 Budget. I have been attending the budget workshops since April and doing a great deal of research. I have many concerns about the budget. I wanted to share the questions and concerns … Continue reading Stacey Klim Questions the Tentative School District of Indian River County, FL 2018 – 2019 Budget.

Indian River County, FL Conducts Salinity Tests With Evidence Water from its West Regional Waste Water Treatment Facility is NOT Leaking into 8th Street Canal.

Wetlands Cell # 1 (pond) looking across to the West Regional wastewater treatment facility. On June 7, 2018 the Vero Beach weekly news magazine 32963 published an article with the headline: “Top Water Official Says County Facilities Polluting Lagoon.” In referring to the Indian River County’s West Regional Waste Water Treatment Facility, specifically, David Gunter, who … Continue reading Indian River County, FL Conducts Salinity Tests With Evidence Water from its West Regional Waste Water Treatment Facility is NOT Leaking into 8th Street Canal.