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Lober proposes giving customers payments of $20 to $25 when they file legitimate complaints about missed days of trash pickup by Waste Management
Like many utility and electricity providers, FPL halted shutoffs in March for customers experiencing financial difficulties due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The track record is clear. There is no statistically significant difference in how the stock market performs around an election and how it performs at other times.
Enterprise Elementary in Cocoa was second Brevard public school to temporarily close because of the virus, following Golfview Elementary in Rockledge
The contract reflects a temporary reduced need for such services, because of the continued shutdown of U.S. cruise industry caused by COVID-19
The airport has held its crown as most scenic in the US since 2017, but this year climbed to the top of the chart for the entire continent.
Plan calls for money to go to Lori Wilson Park upgrades, Merritt Island amphitheater, Police Hall of Fame expansion
Beginning Oct. 1, the new store at 780 E Merritt Island Causeway near Merritt Square Mall will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Port commissioners wanted cut in cost because of the reduced need for BCSO services, stemming from the halt since March of multiday cruise operations
It's part of a $11.73 million expansion project at the Titusville attraction that is seeking a $2.5 million county tourism capital facilities grant
Community qualifies as "Housing For Older Persons," but that does not mean that no one under 55 may live in the community.
Any rule changes the County Commission will consider would apply only in unincorporated Brevard, not the 16 cities and towns.
Pay raises of 2.38% will cover 1,224 nonunion county employees, as well as 622 county employees who are members of the Laborers International Union