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Melbourne Beachsider

All now aboard with restrictions on fertilizing

Six years after Brevard County commissioners first balked at restricting fertilizer applications on

Melbourne Beachsider

Pleas for action amid debate on septic tanks

Former Brevard County Commissioner Helen Voltz last week told her successors how her son, an avid fi

Melbourne Beachsider

Pleas for action amid debate on septic tanks

Former Brevard County Commissioner Helen Voltz last week told her successors how her son, an avid fi

Melbourne Beachsider

Nonprofit to take golf biz off county’s hands

Starting Sept. 1, the nonprofit Golf Brevard will begin operating Brevard County-owned Spessard Holl

Melbourne Beachsider

A big push for tiny houses in Brevard

Mike Cheatham, a Melbourne resident who spent years in the construction industry, can recall having

Melbourne Beachsider

Commissioners eye moratorium on septic tanks

Slowly, carefully, Keith Wessner’s crew with Harbor Septic LLC guided the 1,050-gallon, heavy-duty

Melbourne Beachsider

Win for county workers with concealed-weapon permits

Those employees of the Brevard County Commission who have concealed-weapon permits now can bring the

Melbourne Beachsider

Hike in fees will add $1.35M to fire dept. coffers

Brevard County residents will be paying millions more in fire assessment fees, starting in October,

Melbourne Beachsider

Commissioner pushes exception to county gun ban

Three years after the Brevard County Commission enacted a policy banning guns from county-owned prop

Melbourne Beachsider

Lawmakers not all aboard Senator’s rail-safety bill

For two years now, state Sen. Debbie Mayfield has seen her bill, the proposed “Florida High-Speed

Melbourne Beachsider

Golfers puzzled by county’s decision to bail on MelBeach course

Indialantic resident Bob Cook, golfing last week at the Spessard Holland Golf Course in Melbourne Be

Melbourne Beachsider

In wake of sewage fiasco, county puts $12M into updates

Brevard County utilities officials hope a $12 million series of updates to the South Beaches’ sewe

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