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The Mayor issued a statement April 16th regarding a potential FPL purchase offer. Please read it here.
The 2nd Mediation sessionhas been set for Friday, May 1 at 9 a.m. in the Town's Community Center. The City and County elected officials, key staff, and attorneys will be in attendance. As are almost all of our meetings, this is open to public attendance.
Redevelopment of Spectrum Property. All required action has been completed.
The list of enumerated business activities that the Town Council approved on February 27 as permissible in the 3,000 sf retail portion of the new 9,431 sf building follows:
* Apparel, accessories and footwear; * Jewelry, glassware, china/silver, stationary, paper products & wedding registry items; * bookstore, art and handcrafted items; * day spa and personal services, by appointment only; housewares and home furnishings; * florist; * custom audio/visual.
Indian River Shores is the SAFEST city in Florida! This article in TC Palm on December 16, 2014 recaps the research performed for the entire state based on FBI statistics. Our residents are safe, well cared for and well protected thanks to the Public Safety Department.
The Town's Postal Center accepts credit cardsonce again with a $2 convenience fee applied.
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