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Record manatee deaths cause Florida to try feeding program

More than 1,000 manatees died in Florida waters in 2021 as water pollution hurt their food supply.

Though, a new feeding plan could save many manatees from starvation. But they will still face the long-term threat of man-made water pollution stifling their food supply, wildlife officials said.

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K9 Teams Nationwide Converged For Training in Titusville

Over 90 Law Enforcement and Civilian Search and Rescue K9 teams from across the country recently assembled in Titusville for a week in December at the American Police Hall of Fame (APHOF) for the 2021 North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA) Florida State Workshop.

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Concept Plans for New Development, Rezoning Needed before Approval

Real Estate Developer, Flordevco Corp., based in Melbourne, FL, plans to develop a 79 acre property in Mims and is currently going through the rezoning process, which will change the current RU-1-11 to the proposed RU-1-7 zoning.

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Titusville eyes paying for sewage infrastructure projects with federal relief funds

In total, Titusville received $4.3 million from this round of ARPA funds. Between May and June of next year, they are expected to receive another $4.3 million, which can be disbursed to similar projects. 

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Officials say school threats posted on TikTok are not credible

School districts across the country issued warnings, increased security and canceled classes Friday in response to vague, anonymous shooting and bomb threats that officials say were made on TikTok but are not considered credible.

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Take the Survey for the City of Titusville’s Sustainability Action Plan

To help shape the overall direction, focus areas, and contents of the Titusville SAP, please provide your input by attending the Public Workshop on December 9th, responding to the brief Online Survey below, and engaging in a discussion on the Community Idea Wall. 

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