Titusville water customers may notice a change in their drinking water beginning on April 2 as the city begins a chlorine dosing of its water distribution system.
On March 13, when we change to Daylight Saving Time, we also change to the Spring/Summer irrigation schedule. During Daylight Saving Time, March 13 through November 6, the irrigation restrictions change to allow outside irrigation no more than twice a week.
Last year, Florida lost a record 1,100 manatees, or more than 12 percent of its total population. And more than 130 manatees have died already in 2022, according to the nonprofit Save the Manatee Club, which is far above average for this time of year.
Conservation organizations today filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to revise outdated critical habitat for Florida manatees. A record number of manatees — more than 1,100 — died in 2021, with many of these deaths attributable primarily to pollution of manatee habitat.
Two prominent Florida civil rights lawyers are threatening a lawsuit with Titusville over public records, suggesting that a shooting of a Black man, right after Christmas, was a possible case of mistaken identity.