IRNA Board Passes Resolution supporting lawsuits against All Aboard Florida (Brightline).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT IRNA fully endorses the lawsuit brought by the Complainants and commends them for their perseverance and use of both public and private funds to that end.

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Managing our Properties to Help the Lagoon

The Indian River Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce they are a sponsor of the Pelican Island Audubon Society's conference "Transforming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future.”

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IRNA statement on the sale, merger or lease of certain Vero Beach Utilities

A discussion may continue regarding the sale, merger or lease of certain Vero Beach Utilities.  We want it clearly understood that the IRNA has no position on whether or not such transactions should occur.  Kindly refer to the following statement for clarification. Thank you.The Indian River Neighborhood Association does not take a position on any sale, merger or lease of Vero Beach Enterprises such…

No Fertilizer from June 1 to September 30!

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March 2018 News Magazine - Lagoon Issue

IRNA Board Passes Resolution supporting lawsuits against All Aboard Florida (Brightline).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT IRNA fully endorses the lawsuit brought by the Complainants and commends them for their perseverance and use of both public and private funds to that end.

The Integrity of our Elections Matters

U.S. Election Assistance Commission Recognizes Indian River County’s  Post the Vote Program as an Outstanding Innovation in Election Administration Indian River County, FL – On Thursday, November 30, the U.S. Election Assistance Commission announced Indian River County Supervisor of Elections Office as a winner of its national competition for best practices in election administration. Born…

Managing our Properties to Help the Lagoon

The Indian River Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce they are a sponsor of the Pelican Island Audubon Society's conference "Transforming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future.”

Fall 2017 News Magazine

Indian River joins St. Lucie Opposition to compost permit

The proposal would use some recycled human waste. IRNA took a position in this matter and you can see more inside.

Spring 2017 News Magazine

Bob Graham: Lawmakers Ignoring ‘Will of the People’ on Florida Forever Funding

In 2014 voters in Florida approved a statewide amendment to dedicate a source of funding to preserve sensitive lands, a major source of water. The IRNA supported that referendum which today is still known as the "Water and Land Legacy Amendment".