While the Vero Beach, FL City Council Voted Not to Have Any Further Consideration on Charging Residents a $ 5.00 Monthly Fee to Protect the Indian River Lagoon, Brevard County Residents Overwhelmingly Voted for a Half Cent Sales Tax to Fund Clean-up Projects.

NEARLY HALF OF THE INDIAN RIVER LAGOON'S (IRL) 156 MILE LENGTH AND NEARLY 3/4 OF ITS AREA ARE WITHIN BEVARD COUNTY.  IRL IS ONE OF THE LONGEST BARRIER ISLAND COMPLEXES IN THE U.S., OCCUPYING MORE THAN 30% OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST.  On February 7, 2017, Vero Beach City Council, with a three to two majority, … Continue reading While the Vero Beach, FL City Council Voted Not to Have Any Further Consideration on Charging Residents a $ 5.00 Monthly Fee to Protect the Indian River Lagoon, Brevard County Residents Overwhelmingly Voted for a Half Cent Sales Tax to Fund Clean-up Projects.