Occurring Thursday 6/4/2020 at 5:00pm:
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A message from Chief David E. Currey of sadness, commitment, and appreciation to our Vero Beach Community
The shocking, senseless death of George Floyd, and the disregard for human life and dignity at the hands of law enforcement is truly heartbreaking. Our thoughts and prayers are extended to the Floyd family, relatives, and friends.
The Vero Beach Police Department has been, and will continue to be committed toward our community by way of partnerships, citizen interaction, trust, transparency, and accountability. We understand the importance of this commitment as we too are a part of OUR wonderful community.
Please know we understand there are concerns and frustrations. Together we can set an example for other communities to follow. Gatherings to voice a message can be done in a respectful, peaceful manner, and without violence or destruction. The latter only distracts and takes away from the intended point of focus. In fact, let us know of any event so we can attend and/or provide a safe environment.
We can all live by the Golden Rule…..treating others as you want to be treated in a fair and equitable way! God bless, and thank you Vero Beach!!
As a Public Safety Telecommunicator you are dedicated to serving the public, safeguard life and property, keep our officers informed on all calls that require attention, and assist them in the performance of their duties. We are grateful for all that you do and thankful that you are a part of our family.
In light of the unique situation that our country is currently experiencing, there are a lot of questions out there and one that is starting to pop up is: How safe is our water supply?
We want to assure everyone that there is no issue with the City of Vero Beach Municipal water supply during these unique times of the COVID-19 outbreak. Every day, the water is processed through filtration and disinfectant procedures to ensure the highest quality for our residents.
For more information about Drinking Water, Recreational Water and Wastewater you can read the CDC FAQ here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/water.html
If you would like to learn more, you can contact the City of Vero Beach Water & Sewer Administration at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit our department page here: https://www.covb.org/159/Water-Sewer-Administration
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Our PIO Officer is responsible for providing information to the public through various outlets.