Op Ed: FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!! VERO BEACH, FL MUNICIPAL MARINA. PHASE TWO.

By Len Markir We’re about to see action by Vero Beach (VB)  and it’s City Council in long time preparation,…. but under the radar by the majority of taxpayers, which will further change the definitions of public lands, recreational uses, and even ‘taxpayers’ money. “FOLLOW THE MONEY !!!- PHASE 1” (https://verocommunique.wordpress.com/2022/03/16/op-ed-where-our-vero-beach-fl-power-plant-money-goes/) outlined how decisions by a … Continue reading Op Ed: FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!! VERO BEACH, FL MUNICIPAL MARINA. PHASE TWO.

OP ED: VERO BEACH, FL MARINA EXPANSION PROJECT – FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!

By Len Markir Mayor Brackett informed me yesterday that I have been incorrect regarding how much money is remaining from the money received from Florida Power and Light for 3 Corners. I appreciate his assistance in providing the current remainder of those proceeds in the General Fund of approx $21 MILLION Dollars. I wish to … Continue reading OP ED: VERO BEACH, FL MARINA EXPANSION PROJECT – FOLLOW THE MONEY!!!

Op Ed: VERO BEACH, FL POWER PLANT (3 Corners) – Our Money!

By Len Markir Vero Beach Power Plant Three years ago, VB City coffers were boosted by $54 million after the sale of the power plant. To put that in perspective, the City had just $16M TOTAL in assets in 2018. That means the City’s funds more than quadrupled in 2019, going from $950 per resident to $4,500 per resident. Most of that windfall was immediately committed. … Continue reading Op Ed: VERO BEACH, FL POWER PLANT (3 Corners) – Our Money!

Sherry Nist Corey: Opinion on Vero Beach, FL With Unpleasant Beachside Parking Meters.

Parking meters are an eyesore, complicated machines for many and completely unnecessary ANYWHERE in Vero. If the proponents intent is to provide doorstep parking on demand for their customers, meters will NOT provide such. Meters do not give any business "reserved parking spaces". Meters are a regressive tax on customers (AND Beachside businesses) and will … Continue reading Sherry Nist Corey: Opinion on Vero Beach, FL With Unpleasant Beachside Parking Meters.

Vero Beach, FL “Beachside Parking Information for City Council.”

INTERDEPARTMENTAL CORRESPONDENCE TO:                  James R. O’Connor, City Manager VIA:                 Monte K. Falls, P. E, Director of Public Works FROM:           Matthew T. Mitts, P. E. Assistant City Engineer August 28, 2018 Beachside Parking Information for City Council In the beachside commercial area bounded by Ocean Drive (from Gayfeather Lane to Date Palm Road) and Cardinal … Continue reading Vero Beach, FL “Beachside Parking Information for City Council.”

Susan Mehiel: Parks, Trains and the Truth

Free Bing Image of Vero Beach, FL City Councilor Dr. Val Zudans After fighting for years to stop the trains against deep pocket corporations and elected officials with self-serving interests, we couldn’t help but view the last debacle facing Vero Beach with a jaundiced eye. With little notice in mid-May, Vero Beach City Councilman Dr. … Continue reading Susan Mehiel: Parks, Trains and the Truth

Fifth Generation Wireless Technologies with Higher Wave Frequencies Will Be Coming to Vero Beach.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=16&v=yHSy3eXUYKA 5G (5th Generation) Deployment and the Internet of Things. According to whatis5g.info "5G refers to the '5th generation' wireless technology.  Its intended purpose is to provide faster and higher capacity data transmissions to carry the massive amount of data that will be generated from the Internet of Things (IoT) and for faster video streaming. … Continue reading Fifth Generation Wireless Technologies with Higher Wave Frequencies Will Be Coming to Vero Beach.

Randy Old: Candidate for 2017 Vero Beach, FL City Council.

Randy Old In the past, Vero Communiqué has submitted questions to candidates running for local offices, such as Vero Beach City Council and the Indian River County Hospital District.  Once again, we have submitted ten questions to the six candidates running for Vero Beach City Council.  All candidates agreed to participate, except Jay Kramer, who indicated … Continue reading Randy Old: Candidate for 2017 Vero Beach, FL City Council.

Harry G. Howle III: Candidate for 2017 Vero Beach, FL City Council.

Harry G. Howle III In the past, Vero Communiqué has submitted questions to candidates running for local offices, such as Vero Beach City Council and the Indian River County Hospital District.  Once again, we have submitted ten questions to the six candidates running for Vero Beach City Council.  All candidates agreed to participate, except Jay Kramer, … Continue reading Harry G. Howle III: Candidate for 2017 Vero Beach, FL City Council.

Megan Hoots: Candidate for 2017 Vero Beach, FL City Council.

Megan Hoots In the past, Vero Communiqué has submitted questions to candidates running for local offices, such as Vero Beach City Council and the Indian River County Hospital District.  Once again, we have submitted ten questions to the six candidates running for Vero Beach City Council.  All candidates agreed to participate, except Jay Kramer, who indicated … Continue reading Megan Hoots: Candidate for 2017 Vero Beach, FL City Council.