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ST. JOHNS WATER MANAGEMENT CHECK

St. Johns River Water Management District presented a check for $608,684.00  to the City of Cocoa Beach for the City’s continued support  in developing and implementing improved water quality and conservation projects. The City applied for funds for the Muck Removal Phase III project, to dredge muck in 13 residential canals, in an amount not to exceed $608,684.00, towards the estimated construction cost of $1,844,496.00. On June 13, 2017, the St. Johns Water Management District Governing Board approved the funding for the project.  Thank you to Wayne Carragino (second from the right), City of Cocoa Beach Project Manager, for securing the grant.
 

WM, KBB and Mayor

WASTE MANAGEMENT, KBB AND CITY OF COCOA BEACH MAYOR'S AWARD

Waste Management(WM) presented a “Best Practices” report  at the US Conference of Mayors Business Council. The report was “Waste Management Helps Cocoa Beach Clean Up Its Beach”.  The project was  selected by the Mayors Business Council to be published in their publication. Waste Management presented the City with a certificate and a copy of the article at the City Commission meeting.  Pictured are (l-r) Charles Latimore, WM Commercial Route Manager, Mister Nelson, WM Cocoa Hauling Site Manager, Mayor Ben Malik,  Dina Reider-Hicks, WM Government Affairs Manager, KBB Executive Tony Sasso, and KBB Deputy Director Bryan Bobbitt.
 

Jim McKnight

A FEW WORDS FROM OUR CITY MANAGER

As we race to the end of summer, I would like to thank all of the volunteers who give of their time and talent to make Cocoa Beach a better place for all of us to enjoy. Whether it is as a member of a Board or Committee, a volunteer in our Police Department, or working as a  mentor with our youth, please know you are making a  difference. It truly reflects a sense of community, and provides lasting impacts on generations in the future.
 
As we move through the budget process for Fiscal Year 2018, please give me your thoughts or priorities as we look not only for the coming year, but  over the next five years. What should be a priority for our town?
 
Hope the remainder of your summer is enjoyable!

Thank you

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BEN MALIK-  MAYOR, SEAT 1
ED MARTINEZ– COMMISSIONER, SEAT 2
KARALYN WOULAS - VICE MAYOR, SEAT 3
SKIP WILLIAMS-  COMMISSIONER, SEAT  4
MIKE MILLER-  COMMISSIONER, SEAT 5
JAMES P. MCKNIGHT - CITY MANAGER

 

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