The IRNA has directed much attention to finding solutions to help restore and protect the Indian River Lagoon from the impacts of the human and built environments. Helping to develop a fertilizer ordinance was a significant first step. Now comes the challenge to acknowledge problems caused by polluted stormwater run-off and to find a solution.
Advisory Commissions recommended action. Our Water and Lagoon Committee worked hard to develop a workable solution. And City Council addressed the matter. To read the outcome click the headline above.
On February 28 County Commissioner Peter O'Bryan was our host to a guided tour of the new "big red building" on Oslo Rd near South Couty park.
Around 50 people attended and explored the amazing new facilities we have right here in Indian River County.
The Indian River County Intergenerational Recreation Center (iG Center) is a state-of-the-art indoor recreation facility and event venue. The recreation…
This post arrives with very good news. As you know we formed a Coalition a few years ago to address the impacts that could potentially affect our entire county by the proposed fast train All Aboard Florida now being called Brightline. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) gave us the rights to defend our human and natural environments and we inserted our concerns into that process. We…
Read the IRNA Coaliton's Response to Army Corps' recent public notice here. Also linked is the origianl posting by the Army Corps.
By Deborah Ecker, Chair, IRNA Water and Lagoon Committee
IRNA has a strong Water and Lagoon Committee, twelve active members working to restore and preserve the precious natural resource in our backyard, the Indian River Lagoon.Co-chair with me: Judy Orcutt. Members are Roland Anderson, Richard Baker, Bill Beardsley Mark Bondy, Jean Catchpole, Buzz Herrmann, Sam San Miguel, Peter Seed, Carter Taylor,…
The IRNA logo has been fraudulently lifted from our website and attached to a widely distributed email entitled "Observer". The email is written anonymously and the best that can be said about it is that it contains no truthful information.
August 30, 2015
Federal Railroad Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue
SE Room W38-311
Washington, DC 20590
Attn: John Winkle
Dear Mr. Winkle,
This communication responds to the release of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) dated August 4, 2015 addressing the proposed All Aboard Florida (AAF) passenger fast-speed rail service and the expansion of freight…
Honey Minuse wrote a guest column in the Press Journal on the Train Impact Coalition's formation and great work. If you'd like to learn more about how we helped bring the community together, read it now!