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County plans for disbursing federal COVID-19 funds

The Indian River County Commission Tuesday adopted a tentative plan for allocating an initial $7 mil

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County extends ban on human waste as fertilizer

The Indian River County Commission Tuesday again extended its moratorium on applying Class B biosoli

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County and Vero not testing wastewater for coronavirus

Utilities around the U.S., including in Miami-Dade County, are testing their wastewater for the pres

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Good news for the Lagoon: Seagrass recovering near the Sebastian Inlet

Seagrass cover in the Indian River Lagoon surrounding Sebastian Inlet increased by nearly eight acre

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County increases workers’ health premiums

Facing relentless increases in health care costs that squeeze both county workers and taxpayers, the

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Commission discusses ‘low’ virus infection rate in IRC

The Indian River County Commission doesn't seem troubled by the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases loca

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Recreational anglers have only 4 days to catch red snapper this year

Private recreational anglers and charter and head boat fishermen in the South Atlantic, including he

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Computer models show small ocean flow would improve flushing of Bethel Creek

Indian River County got some good news this week from the Florida Institute of Technology scientist

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County commission allows retail shops to expand outside

With a COVID-19 positivity test rate that's "still pretty low", according to Indian River County Adm

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Harbor Branch scientist gets lagoon monitoring grant

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute's network of Indian River Lagoon water quality monitoring stat

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County gets grant to remove 7 derelict boats from the lagoon

Armed with a grant from the state, Indian River County is poised to get rid of seven derelict vessel

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Grants available for laid-off lagoon scientists and field researchers

If you (or someone you know) got laid off or furloughed from your job as a biological or environment