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Indian River,

lagoon, c.100 mi (160 km) long, E Fla., parallel to the east coast from N of Titusville to Stuart. Along the lagoon a variety of citrus and vegetable products are grown. The river's coasts have been marked by housing developments, especially for retired communities and for vacationers. Notable resort towns along the Indian's shores include Titusville, Vero Beach, Melbourne, and Ft. Pierce.
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The District is interested in environmental benefits from using groves and other private lands in the Indian River Lagoon area for dispersed water storage such as alternative water supply for agricultural lands, improved river and stream flow, and reduced nutrient loads to the St.
Earlier this year, Wells Fargo took ownership of The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay, putting its full weight behind the community and working to complete the vision for this world-class destination.
The Indian River Shooting Range is an extraordinary venue that will allow us to provide new target shooting experiences and quite a few surprises for 2014 participants.
The statement from Indian River County Sheriff's Office said: "The airplane was located where it had crashed in a wooded area within two miles from the cell phone tower.
The Sebastian-Wabasso area in south Brevard and north Indian River counties in East Central Florida offers a number of sheltered waters with a catch list that includes seatrout, redfish and snook.
The foreclosed properties include Adrian at Pebble Walk in Doral, Indian River Park of Commerce in Indian River County and Bahia Honda "Vero Village" in Vero Beach.
However, Florida's Indian River County has found a solution using directional boring and water treatment technologies to rehabilitate the second most polluted section of the 154-mile-long Indian River Lagoon.
In Orlando, the turtles in Indian River Lagoon are covered with huge cancers, a result of water pollution.
Herndon, like other teachers in Florida's School District of Indian River County, can access her classroom's assessment results--24 hours after the exams are scored--using a new data management software tool.
Publicly, though, no one wants to discuss the matter much, especially since the current 20-year lease with Dodgertown - which the club sold to the city of Vero Beach and Indian River County for $20 million in 2001 - runs through 2021.
The two-day Indian River Citrus Seminar, presented by Florida Grower magazine, the Indian River Citrus League and the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, drew more than 1,200 attendees and 80 exhibitors.

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