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Nicole Rodriguez

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City and county urged to explore wastewater partnership

Would consolidating Vero Beach’s municipal wastewater operations with those of Indian River County

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Vero marina expansion seen as a 10- to 20-year project

The City Council has decided to move forward with a major revamp and expansion of the deteriorating

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Central Beach sand replenishment hits snag

A major sand replenishment project in the critically eroded Central Beach area could be compromised

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Vero Mayor floats idea of stopping cash transfers to the city from enterprise funds

Mayor Val Zudans got little support from fellow council members last week when he proposed a policy

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Wabasso bridge is named after person who never existed

A local bridge that was supposed to be named after an island citrus pioneer was accidentally dedicat

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Vero Beach mulls paid parking on Ocean, Cardinal drives

VERO BEACH — To pay or not to pay? Whether or not to implement paid parking was one of the questio

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Indian River County hit with $2-million judgment in long-running land dispute case

A jury has determined Indian River County owes a property owner $2 million in a land dispute case th

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Veterans disappointed the county won’t help fund Memorial Island Bridge repairs

Veterans who attended a recent County Commission meeting left dismayed after a majority of the board

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2020 County Commission races attract 3 more contenders

Two more candidates have filed to replace outgoing Indian River County Commission Chairman Bob Solar

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‘Set in stone’: City Council makes sewer plant removal official policy

A unanimous Vero Beach City Council made it clear the city’s unsightly wastewater treatment plant

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Leisure Square pool supporters say fight not over despite positive city council vote

The City Council has reversed its decision to close the money-losing Leisure Square Pool following w

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County Commission sides with Sheriff in a salary dispute with deputies union

The Indian River County Commission has settled a months-long stalemate between the Sheriff’s Offic